The Voice Within
Oct 27, 2006 06:26 AM
Not long ago we were investigating here issues related to contacts
with Adepts. Of course, those who do not develop neurotic fancies
know that visual and `lower quaternary' contacts have ended by the
end of 19th century.
Yet the `voice of the Master' is available everywhere all the time.
Such a soundless, wordless voice is present 'in the wind'; it
shines in the open air all around those who have ears to listen to
it. That listening ability starts to emerge by listening to one's
"Light on the Path" says:
"The voice of the Masters is always in the world; but only those
hear to it whose ears are no longer receptive of the sounds which
affect the personal life." (1)
As some of you will remember, there is a well-known aphorism
in "The Voice of the Silence" which goes further, but there is no
need to quote it here now.
The key thing for us is that one cannot hear the `inner voice' as
long as there is any `personal agenda'.
Carlos Cardoso Aveline
(1) "Light on the Path", a treatise, written down by M. C., The
Theosophy Co., Bombay, India, 1991 reprint, 90 pp., see p., 47.
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