Re: Theos-World Re: Part 2: Compare and contrast the Coulomb Testimony with other testimony:
Apr 18, 2006 12:14 PM
by Bill Meredith
Yes, I am open to the possibility that the appearances were actually
genuine. I do not speak for others so I try to avoid using "we" and it
would depend on what was included in the "etc. etc." whether I would be
open to it or not. As I have said before, I do not find it necessary to
either believe or disbelieve in the masters. I do not see where such a
belief is mentioned as a requirement in the three objects or where it is
even implied as a condition for being a student of divine wisdom. To
me, a genuine appearance of the master occurs every time I shutdown my
intellectual link to the phenomenal world and seek to become one with
the master within.
As to my comment that there is more than one way to fake the appearance
of a master, I could and perhaps should have added that there is surely
more than one way to experience the reality of a master as well.
Yes I agree with everything (or almost everything you write!).
I was not trying to do a definitive analysis but simply
wanted to roughly indicate what this comparing and contrasting
I will just comment on just one thing you write since I don't have
the time right now to do more:
"There is surely more than one way to fake the appearance of a
Yes surely I agree but hopefully you are not automatically saying
that all appearances were therefore faked. Are we open to the
possibility that the appearances were actually genuine? etc. etc.
Thanks for your comments.
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