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Re: Theos-World C.W. Leadbeater, A Great Saint & Occultist (AnandGholap.Net-Online Theosophy)

Dec 21, 2007 05:45 PM
by M K Ramadoss

And also we should not forget getting injured in the nose.


On 12/21/07, <> wrote:
> And we musn't forget the all-important ability to play the organ and the
> piano at the same time.
> Chuck the Heretic
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> Sent: Fri, 21 Dec 2007 1:23 pm
> Subject: Theos-World C.W. Leadbeater, A Great Saint & Occultist (
> AnandGholap.Net-Online Theosophy)
> - Important
> pamphlet for studying and spreading Theosophy]
> " The powers of the Adept are indeed many and wonderful, but they all
> follow in natural sequence from faculties which we ourselves possess. It is
> only that They have these faculties in a very much greater degree. I think
> that the outstanding characteristic of the Adept, as compared with
> ourselves, is that He looks upon everything from an absolutely different
> point of view; for there is in Him nothing whatever of the thought of self
> which is so prominent in the majority of men. The Adept has eliminated the
> lower self, and is living not for self but for all, and yet, in a way that
> only He can really understand, that all is truly Himself also. He has
> reached that stage in which there is no flaw in His character, nothing of a
> thought or feeling for a personal, separated self, and His only motive is
> that of helping forward evolution, of working in harmony with the Logos who
> directs it.
> Perhaps the next most prominent characteristic is His all-round
> development. We are all of us imperfect; none has attained the highest level
> in any line, and even the great scientist or the great saint has usually
> reached high excellence in one thing only, and there remain other sides of
> his nature not yet unfolded. All of us possess some germ of all the
> different characteristics, but always they are but partially awakened, and
> one much more than another. An Adept, however, is an all-round Man, a Man
> whose devotion and love and sympathy and compassion are perfect, while at
> the same time His intellect is something far grander than we can as yet
> realize, and His spirituality is wonderful and divine. He stands out above
> and beyond all men whom we know, because of the fact that He is fully
> developed. "
> Complete book can be read at
> In Christ.
> Anand Gholap
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