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Can theos-talk discuss?

Nov 26, 2004 11:45 PM
by Pedro Oliveira

Discussion: examination by argument; a debate; a
conversation (OED).

This is, of course, just a suggestion, inspired by a
recent post by Jerry Hejka-Ekins (on Letter 10 of the
Mahatma Letters, about God)in which he said:

"Letter ten (which I hear people rattle off all the
time) is a statement of certitude from KH. If quoted
to me, I might reply: "Fine. Now that you have told me
what a Master believes, why don't you tell me FROM
OWN EXPERIENCE (as opposed to quoting authorities),
what you believe and what life experiences you have
had that led you to that belief."

Is it possible to discuss theosophical subjects from
the point of view of our own understanding, without
necessarily invoking authoritative quotes? Guilty of
this myself, I still think it could be a refreshing
exercise to discuss topics in Theosophy relying on
one's own understanding.

Can theos-talk discuss?


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