Re: Theos-World rounds and races
Jul 15, 2004 12:35 PM
Wilber rejects occultism! but his first 2 books were in the theosophical society, which I donīt sincerely understand either.
In what book specifically do you mean he writes about these subjects I mentioned?
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From: Katinka Hesselink
Sent: Thursday, July 15, 2004 3:35 PM
Subject: Theos-World rounds and races
As to rounds and races - try Ken Wilber...
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> Thanks for the comments.
> Yes, these questions are very hard to answer in a non-puzzling way...
> Will, races and rounds are also subjects that always puzzled me a
little, because they find no similar knowledge in the fields we are
used to study from childhood to college. We are still bombed with
Darwin, Malthus theories and in religion we, since very soon, learned
that a God created everything and then keeps watching us from there up.
> I once asked Bart if he thought if Theosophy ever helped Science to
become less materialist, and I am forced to agree today that the
answer is NO but what theosophy did was to prove that IT was beyond
the correct compreension at her age and many things are being
comfirmed year after year by Science anyway.
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