Hauw: Lay Discipleship Now?
Feb 28, 2006 05:16 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline
The inner circles in existence include aspirants to discipleship, with no
claims as to occult status like discipleship and so on.
Such claims, as to Adyar Society, have been quietly abandoned from N. Sri
Rams's time, in the
Thus ended the period of official and crazy fancies inaugurated after HPB
left her physical body.
Also in the Adyar Society, Geoffrey Hodson claimed (yet not in a noisy way)
to be in direct contact with the Masters, very much in the CWL's fancy
tradition. But it was no too expressive internationally. Hodson died in
the late 1980s.
As long as I know, the Esoteric School of the Pasadena TS was dissolved by
Apart from any physical plane offices or groups, the true esoteric school
has existed for thousands of years. It never closes.
One's Monad, Atma-Buddhi, Buddhi-Manas, Higher Self can have severral forms
of contact with it, sometimes quite unconsciously, as was the classical case
of D.M. Bennett, which is commented by the Mahatmas in their Letters to
As one Master wrote (and I quote the idea, not the words): "every small
light in the dark valley is easily seen from the white snow-covered peak of
So dropping pseudol-theosophical fancies and studying real theosophy can
reveal a true opportunity before eranest students.
Best regards, Carlos Cardoso Aveline
From: Bart Lidofsky <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Theos-World Basic questions
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 20:14:38 -0500
T. H. Hauw wrote:
> To start off, my understanding so far is that apart from the 3 stated
> objects, TS also has an 'inner circle' of members who have been
> Chelas by adepts or Masters, and they learn esoteric knowledge.
It's news to me.
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