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The Imaginal Mind

The Imaginal Mind (imagination) is a great tool for theosophists. To start off, one of the attributes is the ability to see two (or more) s…

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Mundis Imaginalis

(updated Aug. 14, 2014 - fixed link and quote from scribd) One of the key people who explored the use of Imagination in theosophy was Henry…

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Panentheism - the ultimate root of theosophy?

The idea of Panentheism  sometimes strikes me a s an ultimate theosophical position. It places connections between everything, explains the…

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The Truth

I have been thinking about this topic for a couple days now. I was trying to discern a way to have this discussion that would avoid some of…

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The Infinate, bounded

If you consider a simple pattern that can repeat itself (seemingly) into infinity. Any information required for all potential complexity, t…

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17 Nov 1, 2014
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The Imaginal Mind

The Imaginal Mind (imagination) is a great tool for theosophists. To start off, one of the attributes is the ability to see two (or more) s…

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11 Oct 19, 2014
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Imagination

This section is for people who just want to talk about Imagination within no academic/formal framework.

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28 Oct 8, 2014
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Mundis Imaginalis

(updated Aug. 14, 2014 - fixed link and quote from scribd) One of the key people who explored the use of Imagination in theosophy was Henry…

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13 Sep 5, 2014
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Sage Meercat to Disciple Dingo

Sage Meercat to Disciple Dingo  --"so by focusing on "Mind" one may overcome instinctive desires, such as running in Fear ... and yes, eat…

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3 Aug 6, 2014
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Panentheism - the ultimate root of theosophy?

The idea of Panentheism  sometimes strikes me a s an ultimate theosophical position. It places connections between everything, explains the…

Started by John E. Mead

11 Jun 26, 2014
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The copycat theory, Zeidgeist

I have been looking into christianity and also reading the bible. But one thing that is confusing me is the copycat theory that says that J…

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15 Jun 15, 2014
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Underlying the underlying motives is... What?

First off, how do we inspire others to search for truth itself, instead of searching for self-gratification through ideas?  But in the same…

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1 Jun 5, 2014
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Looking Forward is Our Goal !!

this seemed appropriate, especially on a Site as ours that is focused on looking forward!

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6 May 7, 2014
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