RE: Theos-World RE: [bn-study] RE: How do the masters relate to these higher hierarchies
Nov 07, 2004 04:25 AM
by W.Dallas TenBroeck
Nov 7 2004
I think we mean the same thing, as all such things move in cycles and in
spirals. They rejoin and unify from time to time
The spiritual base is always superior and immovable. The material pole is
in continual motion and is always seeking to improve and become more
spiritual -- but it takes time.
From: Morten N. Olesen [mailto:global-theosophy@a...]
Sent: Saturday, November 06, 2004 1:02 PM
Subject: Re: Theos-World RE: [bn-study] RE: How do the masters relate to
these higher hierarchies
"Unification draws us back to the ORIGINAL TEACHINGS"
To me it instead is: "Unification draws us forward to a cetain kind of
renewal of the various forms of the ORIGINAL TEACHINGS".
As R. Bowen's notes tells us, that Blavatsky said something like:
"The True Student of The Secret Doctrine is a Jnana Yogi, and this Path of
Yoga is the True Path for the Western student. It is to provide him with
sign posts on that Path that the Secret Doctrine has been written."
M. Sufilight with peace and love...
----- Original Message -----
From: "W.Dallas TenBroeck" <dalval14@e...>
Sent: Saturday, November 06, 2004 8:57 PM
Subject: Theos-World RE: [bn-study] RE: How do the masters relate to these
> Nov 6 2004
> Dear Friend:
> Pantheons and theogonies go together with various races, nations,
> and other separative groupings.
> HPB in ISIS UNVEILED and SECRET DOCTRINE traces correspondences between
> of them.
> It appears that the basic wisdom/religion is a universal one and this is
> rather historical verifiable philosophy than the divagations of
> which were instituted after each Great Teacher came to make the necessary
> Look at the short history of the THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT since 1875 as an
> example of what can happen in terms of separation and opinions in 129
> Unification draws us back to the ORIGINAL TEACHINGS -- this is one reason
> why I feel it is so important to be able to secure their impact and
> now. The breaches and differences are healed thereby.
> Accuracy of basic thought and clear logic restore order out of confusion.
> It is the "blind" acceptance and following of opinions that confuses.
> It also demonstrates that the information and knowledge conveyed by these
> seemingly different schools of thought and tradition, actually came from a
> single source -- and this, anyone who studies along those lines can verify
> it for themselves.
> I think that is important. HPB wrote:
> ".divine Wisdom being diffused throughout the infinite Universe, and our
> impersonal Higher Self being an integral part of it, the Atmic light of
> latter can be centered only in that which though eternal is still
> individualized -- i.e., the noetic Principle, [Manas] the manifested God
> each rational being, or our Higher Manas at one with Buddhi [impersonal
> "The Dual Aspect of Wisdom" ---HPB Articles, II, p. 31
> Best wishes,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sensaru
> Sent: Friday, November 05, 2004 11:01 AM
> Subject: RE: How do the masters relate to these higher hierarchies
> I think it is clear that there are no definite forms or structures, but an
> infinite number. so it is simply a matter of choice which pantheon you
> to entertain and experience. we just share notes as we go along.
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