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

Jan 02, 2008 09:29 AM
by krishtar

Which " organ " do you mean? Are you metaphorically speaking?

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  Sent: Friday, December 21, 2007 6:43 PM
  Subject: Re: Theos-World C.W. Leadbeater, A Great Saint & Occultist 
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  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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  To: Anand Gholap <>
  Sent: Fri, 21 Dec 2007 1:23 pm
  Subject: Theos-World C.W. Leadbeater, A Great Saint & Occultist 
(AnandGholap.Net-Online Theosophy) - Important 
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  " 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. "

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  Anand Gholap

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