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Re: Theos-World Re: The Coming Teacher?

Mar 02, 2008 05:19 AM
by Martin

I never tasted Yak-milk in this life, so you'r on on
this one :-)
If you have been There where no mortal can ever come,
and you descent back to this plane, you know you don't
have to care about yourself, since you know where you
However to be able to be a bit of service to others,
one has to camouflage like the other, since you have
to mirror others first before you can teach them
In my eyes I found people claiming to have this or
that are not where they think they are. There goes a
saying: Those who say are not, those who are say not.
Unless you want to provoce...where did I leave my
barley cookies to join with that yak-milk :-)

--- Frank Reitemeyer <> wrote:

> Dear Martin,
> what do you want to drink? ...:-)))
> Yes, intuition is important as it is beyond the gap
> of things mortal.
> But in twilight times things appear also
> contradicting.
> I never cared about myself, but meditate about the
> cause.
> Imagination is also important.
> You are quite right, that EVERYONE - with or without
> any membership card -
> who uses his intuition is within the realm of the
> great ones.
> The bad thing is that many people have a very deep
> rooted personal bias and
> therefore project their own thought into our
> doctrines (creating theosophy
> according to their own image), instead the other way
> round. They intermix
> their emotions or inspirations with intuition, which
> is on the devine level.
> Ignoring facts and shizophrenia is the standard
> sheme nowadays and is called
> normal. Boris de Zirkoff is said to have moaned more
> than once against this
> behavior of most theosophists.
> It seems as the Theosophical Movement train stopped
> and pauses since
> decades, waiting for its lazy passengers to come on
> and jump on.
> It seems the average member of any lineage has no
> idea about the basic
> things, as to why the TS was founded and how the
> Masters work and for what
> aim.
> I  have heard longterm members laughing at me, as
> they claim all work is
> already done.
> Or that the TS was founded to destroy books. A big
> monthly in Germany claims
> that is was to built gas chambers.
> Quite clear, every theosophist in the world has his
> private gas chamber in
> the cellar.
> Others claim the TS was founded to destroy Germany,
> as a German ex Adyar
> member whispered into my ear, and the pleasant
> anticipation in her face and
> smile showed, that she expected the time is quite
> near and then comes the
> paradise on Earth.
> Once I get depressed seeing so much desinformation
> and ignorance and lies
> and falsifications within "my" Theosophical
> Movement.
> But then I came over a paragraph of Purucker, where
> he says, that the TM is
> an exoteric organization and not higher than the
> average mankind.
> That softed my thoughts a little bit.
> Feank
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: Martin
> To:
> Sent: Sunday, March 02, 2008 9:57 AM
> Subject: Re: Theos-World Re: The Coming Teacher?
> Dear Frank,
> --- Frank Reitemeyer <> wrote:
> > As soon as ordinary women become enlightened women
> > and men become
> > enlightened men the Theosophical Movement will be
> on
> > the save side and the
> > Masters have reason to give more information.
> > Since then this information is only "to the few"
> (I
> > am not included, too).
> You ARE included, since you use your intuition AND
> the
> facts. Everybody who uses his intuition for the
> right
> cause is on the level where Masters work.
> Intuition is a wonderfull thing, it makes you listen
> to yourself many times to what your own mouth sais.
> I
> have that experience and most of the things I learn
> come from my own mouth :-)

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