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Re: theos-talk SMALL GROUPS

Dec 15, 2011 10:02 AM
by MKR

Even in other activities, it is the small group that is nimble and quick to
yield results. Organizations have great inertia and cannot swing into
action. TS was built by a small group.

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 11:24 AM, libertyson11 <>wrote:

> **
> Here is an interesting idea from the work of Helena Roerich and Agni Yoga,
> very possibly the thoughts of Master M:
> "People do not want to understand group work, which multiplies the forces.
> The dodecahedron is one of the most perfect structures, with a dynamic
> power that can resist many assaults. A group of twelve, systematically
> united, truly can master even cosmic events. It must be understood that the
> enlarging of such a group can weaken it, undermining the dynamic force of
> its structure." Agni Yoga, 137
> Fiery World I, 231
> Actually, Fire is a unifier. When the fire departs, decomposition
> immediately sets in. True, in fermentation decomposition accumulates new
> fire, but this is already a particular conjunction of particles. One should
> think similarly about each action. It will not be incorrect to say that the
> expulsion of Fire from thought generates decomposition. When I speak about
> unifying, I am also presupposing fiery welding. As the caster knows the
> proper quantity of metal for a group of figures, so does Fire act on the
> unifying of peoples. This unification can be represented as the creation of
> one gigantic figure, with all the power of a giant. And we must strive for
> the formation of these collectives of the spirit. Let us not regard them as
> artificial Golems. The monster, Golem, remained without the fire of the
> spirit and therefore destroyed itself. The spirit is a fire-bearing magnet,
> and it is possible to join to it a portion of the higher energies.

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