Nov 24, 2004 08:54 AM
by Regina St Clare
Would it be that pure imagination, that which reflects our divine nature, would be the objective to manifest--thus what we experience in samadhi, which may be visual or not, would manifest in our life, as lived.
Do we not return from meditation with a heightened awareness and perception which could be named harmonious, clear, etc.
And when we stay in that space, we are continually informed by IT, as in living wisely.
What pollutes imagination is anything but the pure divine essence and if we focus sufficiently we can ue the focus of the mind to penetrate the samskaras and free the energy for use by the divine intervention that we direct.
-- Mauri <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
W.Dallas TenBroeck wrote, in part:
>Nov 23 2004
>Imagination has been called the
How about karmic tendencies,
interpretive tendencies, intuitive
tendencies as they might be seen to play
a keyish role in imagination,
speculating, thinking, Theosophizing,
etc ... By which I think I'm trying to
say that there might be some students of
Theosophy who might suspect (or "know,"
possibly ...) that all mental/spiritual
activities might be seen as having an
essentially karmic/myavic aspect, so ...
Anyway, in the meanwhile ... not that
some "meanwhiles" might not take a few
years or a few billion years (apparently
...), at least in exoteric terms, but ...
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