Re: Influence of Mahatmas on people of this world
Feb 29, 2008 04:18 AM
"That Secret Path leads the Arhan to mental woe
unspeakable; woe for the living Dead, and
helpless pity for the men of Karmic sorrow,
the fruit of Karma Sages dare not still."
Voice of the Silence; The Two Paths
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "christinaleestemaker"
> Higher dimension souls can influence ours on the lower dimensions.
> So they can work out all forms on earth, where necessary.
> Than the question can be, why they don't stop war?
> Because we have to overcome by ourself that behavior.
> We have no free will, but free choises, as mentioned before in
> another message and I think there is the link we can learn from.
> --- In email@example.com, "fsgonzales1" <fredericosg@>
> > At last, a light has shone... as to creating our realities,
> > really do not create my reality. I did not create this computer
> > am not responsible for its appearance. If it starts to resemble
> > Master Morya or any other, there´s either something in me or in
> > computer, or in both of us. Of course the computer is an absurd
> > example but this applies to people.
> > Our ideals of perfection are really what matters to me regarding
> > Masters, they are examples of perfection. Their sketches and
> > are symbollic.
> > Anyone who wishes to go deeper into studying deity Yoga might
> > very interesting similarity between the Masters of Theosophy and
> > Yidams of Buddhism.
> > Both are empty, they do not have inherent existence. Still,
> > them, putting your love and faith and wishing to embrace their
> > can and does change a person, as in Tibetan Buddhism deity
> > The practitioner becomes enlightened by becoming his chosen
> > whole process is complicated but it is similar to the Masters in
> > ways. Although I think there is a difference also, and the
> > what is described in Buddhism as 'Gods of the realm of Form´
> > (Rupadhatu), while we are in the realm of desire (kamadhatu) and
> > are also gods in the Formless realm (arupadhatu).
> > Adelaise your point is brilliant.
> > Another point, and more to the point here, is the fact that
> > of the
> > Great White Lodge have evolved beyond the necessity of
> > a physical form. They can take on a body if need be, and have
> > within the history of theosophy, but there is no reason that the
> > appearance
> > of, for instance, the Master M, would be the same each time He
> > assumed
> > human form. The pictures we have of the Masters are symbolic in
> > nature,
> > meant to represent the ideal of perfection for humanity.
> > If we see some resonance of perfection in our friend, perhaps we
> > seeing
> > the "real" person. The divine soul can shine forth, if we have
> > to see,
> > enhancing the familiar form and giving it a larger than life
> > effulgence.
> > Adelasie
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "adelasie" <adelasie@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello Cass, Friends,
> > >
> > > We might keep in mind that when we say that someone "looks
> > > someone else, what we are saying is that when we look at the
> > > we see a resemblance. Another person might not see the
> resemblance at
> > > all.
> > >
> > > > Nevertheless, this phenomenon of people looking like Masters
> > > > especially changing their ways of behaviour, has to have some
> > > > link. My personal opinion is that certain Apprentices concede
> > > > bodies to the Master´s influence so much that the Master
> > > > takes over that body, so to speak, although the individual
> > > > consciousness of that body is only widened, and does not
> in any
> > > > way.
> > >
> > > Another point, and more to the point here, is the fact that
> > > of the
> > > Great White Lodge have evolved beyond the necessity of
> incarnating in
> > >
> > > a physical form. They can take on a body if need be, and have
> done so
> > > within the history of theosophy, but there is no reason that
> > > appearance
> > > of, for instance, the Master M, would be the same each time He
> > > assumed
> > > human form. The pictures we have of the Masters are symbolic in
> > > nature,
> > > meant to represent the ideal of perfection for humanity.
> > >
> > > If we see some resonance of perfection in our friend, perhaps
> > > seeing
> > > the "real" person. The divine soul can shine forth, if we have
> > > to see,
> > > enhancing the familiar form and giving it a larger than life
> > > effulgence.
> > >
> > > Adelasie
> > >
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