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Re: Theos-World Buddhi Re: The Coming Teacher?

Mar 06, 2008 08:46 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

My views are:

Maybe this will be helpful
Key to Theosophy by H. P. Blavatsky:

"Q. Do I, then, understand that the law of Karma is not necessarily an individual law?

A. That is just what I mean. It is impossible that Karma could readjust the balance of power in the world's life and progress, unless it had a broad and general line of action. It is held as a truth among Theosophists that the interdependence of Humanity is the cause of what is called Distributive Karma, and it is this law which affords the solution to the great question of collective suffering and its relief. It is an occult law, moreover, that no man can rise superior to his individual failings, without lifting, be it ever so little, the whole body of which he is an integral part. In the same way, no one can sin, nor suffer the effects of sin, alone. In reality, there is no such thing as "Separateness; and the nearest approach to that selfish state, which the laws of life permit, is in the intent or motive."

M. Sufilight

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Konstantin Zaitzev 
  Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2008 8:33 AM
  Subject: Theos-World Buddhi Re: The Coming Teacher?

  --- In, "Richard Semock" <semockr@...> 

  > Other teachers like Mx Heindel for instance speak of group spirits 
  > that lions as a group are guided by a group spirit. Birds of various 
  > types are guided by their own group spirit and this is the basis of 
  > instinct that mysteriously guides them in their mass migrations and 
  > perfectly synchopated flight. 

  The theosophical literature speaks exactly the same but confines this 
  idea by the animal and lower kingdoms only.
  See an article "Future life of animals" by Sinnett and books by 


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