Re: Theos-World Madame Blavatsky and Jiddu Krishnamurti; a conducive "marriage?"
May 10, 2008 04:50 AM
by Konstantin Zaitzev
N> You write, "And the difference of level of
N> spiritual impact of these two are quite obviously
N> telling me, that H. P. Blavatsky was operating on
N> a much higher level than J. Krishnamurti."
N> Once again you seem to be professing the powers
N> of an adept. To judge someone's level of spiritual
One shouldn't be an adept to make such conclusions.
Blavatsky performed miracles, Krishnamurti not. So she seems to have
more advantages from the purely worldly point of view.
Some may say: it is not proved, she might be a humbug. Then it would
be logical to dismiss her totally and follow Krishnamurti only. But
why to try to follow them both? They are in many respects
Another reason why he "was operating on a much higher level". Without
her no Indian teacher: nor Vivekananda, neither Krishnamurti could be
popular outside India.
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