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Re: Theos-World Re: TS Adyar's policy or non-policy?

Jan 08, 2009 08:52 PM
by Frank Reitemeyer

>They cannot choose both mammon and Parabrahm. Certainly not.
And what the book-seller experience is selling the best is what people 
themselves think THEY "need". I call that what they WANT and DESIRES. What 
they spiritually need is something else. They spiritually NEED to understand 
to distinguish between true theosophical teachings and the rest. The 
book-sellers appears to belong to the rest, and not to theosophy or 
Blavatskyan-theosophy, rather CWL-theosophy or Christian-related theosophy 
with Messiah in the flesh, and sexual obscurity etc. etc.

But that is just my view.

M. Sufilight

Morten, I am always impressed to read your valuable spiritual insights of 
which we need much more in this world. You hit the point in discriminating 
between the freedom of the lower self and the freedom of the higher self. 
This contrast is described well by Rudolf Steiner as the battle between two 
world views: Idealism and materialism. HPB and Steiner opted for idealism or 
the deductive platonic way of thinking (each thing is connected with each 
other thing).

On the outer, physical political plane (which the TS should not deal) the 
battle appears between an universal brotherhood based on materialism, where 
the economies of the nations are used to get maximal profit on cost of the 
lifes and souls of men or an universal brotherhood on spiritualism, where 
the economies of the nations are used to support the lifes and souls of men.
In the one option economy is used to serve each people, in the other, nasty 
option the peoples are used to serve economy.
Blavatsky students should find out for which way HPB worked and taught.

Steiner argued that one of this ways describes the German soul.



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