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We Are Never Alone

Mar 14, 2006 12:16 PM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline

Dear Friends in Theos-talk,

Esoteric Philosophy teaches that great beings, called Adepts or Mahatmas, can observe the state of the heart of many human beings, as long as any small "buddhic light" manifests in them. And such "observation" may bring some subtle, non-verbal, superconscious inspiration perhaps, from time to time.

Robert Crosbie wrote:

"And let me say here to you: do not be too anxious; abide the time when your own inner demands shall open the doors, for those Great Ones who I know exist see every pure-hearted earnest disciple, and are ready to give a turn to the key of knowledge when the time in the disciple’s progress is ripe."

And more:

"No one who strives to tread the path is left unhelped; the Great Ones see his 'light', and he is given what is needed for his better development. That light is not mere poetical imagery; but is actual, and its character denotes one’s spiritual condition; there are no veils in that plane of seeing. The help must be of that nature which leaves perfect freedom of thought and action; otherwise, the lessons would not be learned. Mistakes will occur, perhaps many of them, but, as is said, 'twenty failures are not irremediable if followed by as many undaunted struggles upwards'. (1)

Out basic Master, though, is our own heart, our own conscience.

Best regards, Carlos.


(1) From the book "The Friendly Philosopher", by Robert Crosbie, The Theosophy Co., Los Angeles, 1945, see pp. 7-8.]

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