RE: Theos-World women in the LCC priesthood
Mar 01, 2008 03:53 PM
by kolad beth
It probably is vice versa too. A man as man lacks receptive energy. Of course the ideal is as in Jung or alchemy where both active and receptive, male and female are in one body, the androgyne (though this has nothing to do with sexuality at this point).
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> Subject: Re: Theos-World women in the LCC priesthood
> Laotse wrote in Tao Te Ching something like:
> When being a man one becomes a woman but still stays
> as man one becomes a channel of the Eternity.
> Why wouldnt it be vice versa?
> Maybe priests needs women or maybe it is just important
> that those two energies meet each other in mass as well in
> every day life. We still live in this cycle where we are sexually divided.
> One of the Mahatmas said that they recommended co-operation with women
> though in their orders it was not allowed, but still they was in
> connection and
> co-operation with Madam. In Egypt they had lots of priestess. Aslo Subba Row
> has written about women avatars in his esoteic teachings. But in
> buddhism they have
> very little amount of nuns, as far as I know.
> Anyway I belive that LCC brings out a good view of esoteric side of
> religion and stands therefore for reason in its own place.
> kolad beth kirjoitti:
>>>>From what I understand the men need the energy of the women in the
>> group. ever wonder why the number of priests (in RC church) has
>> diminished when the nuns started leaving the convents?
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