Re: Dangers on the Path
Feb 26, 2006 06:50 AM
"During the eleven years of the existence of the Theosophical Society
I have known, out of the seventy-two regularly accepted chelas on
probation and the hundreds of lay candidates — only THREE who have not
hitherto failed, and ONE ONLY who had a full success."
was leadbeater one of these 3?
I'm sure he wasn't..
but then, latter he claimed to be an Arhat, of the 4 initiation...
what an egocentric liar!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "prmoliveira" <prmoliveira@...> wrote:
> That the study of Theosophy is not without its dangers is illustrated
> by HPB in the passage below:
> "During the eleven years of the existence of the Theosophical Society
> I have known, out of the seventy-two regularly accepted chelas on
> probation and the hundreds of lay candidates — only three who have not
> hitherto failed, and one only who had a full success."
> [The Path (New York), Vol. I, No. 9, December, 1886, pp. 257-263; also
> in H. P. Blavatsky Collected Writings, vol. 6, p. 241]
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