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Re: Differences in teachings "Which Theosophy"

Apr 25, 2007 06:14 PM
by plcoles1

Yes that is the only way it can really be, concepts and beliefs at 
the end of the day can only be realised by experience and the 
development of wisdom.
Each individual does this in their own unique way.

The trap I think is that we can put the ideas before the mindset or 
spirit of discovery which needs to be always fresh and adaptable and 
will be different for different people.

The theosophical approach is not to preach and demand compliance to a 
set of beliefs or a body of writings as St. Paul said "we should 
serve in newness of spirit, and not in the oldness of the letter."



--- In, "M K Ramadoss" <mkr777@...> wrote:
> All the written material are still second hand. They are still an 
> description of the reality. So what is more important is what our 
> understanding is, notwithstanding what any one else has said or 
> With such an approach, we can place all writings in their rightful 
place and
> get on with what we can do for the Orphan Humanity, which is after 
all more
> important, IMHO, than any amount of bookish learning or scholarship.
> mkr
> On 4/25/07, plcoles1 <plcoles1@...> wrote:
> >
> >   The theosophical approach is not an ism and certainly is not a
> > prescribed pathway it is a journey that will be unique and 
> > for each individual.
> >
> >
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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