Re: Theos-World K the Messiah claims Adyar
May 12, 2009 04:39 PM
by Cass Silva
You are sooooo wrong. Krishnamurti taught that it was materialism through personal ego
that caused all the suffering to the individual and which was projected on to society.
Either you haven't read Krishnamurti, you have misunderstood what he wrote, or your just
basing your comments on hearsay notions based on others opinions.
Isn't it hypocritical of you to accept Annie Besant and the same time reject her teacher,
whom she remained faithfull to until the end of her days. How do you reconcile this dilemma
From: Anand <AnandGholap@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, 12 May, 2009 7:10:08 PM
Subject: Re: Theos-World K the Messiah claims Adyar
When Theosophical Society was founded, one main reason for founding was Masters wanted to stop the fall of western world into materialism. So Blavatsky and her successors tried to spread esoteric ideas, spirituality etc.
If we study J.Krishnamurti' s teaching, he seems to take the world in the direction of materialism. One major theme of Krishnamurti' s teaching is 'enjoy in the present'. The effect of this teaching was to promote materialism. Krishnamurti rejected most other spiritual teachings and their main ideas.
So we have Theosophical Masters trying to take the world in the direction of spirituality and we have J. Krishnamurti trying to take the world in the direction of materialism.
What conclusions to draw from such opposite actions of two groups, allegedly from the same White Lodge?
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