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andrasnm commented on Cees Slob's blog post The Seven Jewels of Wisdom
"Great post! Very well compiled. Most people miss the last, albeit self-knowledge is crucial."
Mar 13, 2012
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The Seven Jewels of Wisdom

The Seven Jewels of Wisdom    Re Embodiment [reincarnation], the first jewel The whole of nature is cyclic. Each creature withdraws after a maximum period of existence back into the inner realms, and then a subsequent period of life-a slightly higher quality to to catch. The fear of death is omitted: this first Jewel of Wisdom gives peace of mind. For our daily lives is the knowledge about the processes of birth and death of great importance.    Karma, the second jewel Karma is the regularity…See More
Mar 13, 2012
Joe Fulton commented on Cees Slob's blog post dynamic growth
"More importantly Theosophy calls for us to creatively imagine and realize the connections.  You may use atma, buddhi, manas or whatever terminology to describe the process.  In truth the real theosophy takes place inside of us."
Mar 10, 2012
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Mar 10, 2012
Cees Slob commented on andrasnm's blog post Killing Pigeons
"I do not understand when you talk about the '' personality" of an animal."
Mar 10, 2012
Joe Fulton commented on Cees Slob's blog post Good and bad right and wrong. How do you get a grip on your thoughts.
"Interesting tag "theosofile". <g>"
Mar 4, 2012
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Mar 4, 2012
Joe Fulton commented on Cees Slob's blog post The creative process of thoughts
"It may be saying the same thing but it seems from a neuroscience perspective (and one echoed by Gary Lachman in his book on "The Quest for Hermes Trismegistius") is that it is the reptile brain that still strongly dominates our…"
Mar 4, 2012
Joe Fulton commented on Cees Slob's blog post The Spiritual Matrix
"And what is your inner experience of what you are describing?  Gary Lachman does a tremendous job of describing the experience of people who have encountered this immense onrush of insight in his book "The Quest For Hermes Trismegistus…"
Feb 26, 2012
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Feb 26, 2012
ornamentalmind commented on Cees Slob's blog post Amrita Yana
"Yes, very nice...welcome Cees!"
Feb 26, 2012
Hannes Frischat commented on Cees Slob's blog post Amrita Yana
"Where shadow is there is light. Thanks Cees for posting this."
Feb 25, 2012
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The Seven Jewels of Wisdom

Posted on March 13, 2012 at 1:38pm 1 Comment

dynamic growth

Posted on March 10, 2012 at 8:56am 0 Comments

Everything is relative, and subject to the concept of what we have for now.

Thus Theosophy is for our people in this state of development calls for more

da questions that everything is relative, and subject to the concept of what we have for now.

Thus Theosophy is for our people in this state of development calls for more

da questions then answers. That counts for at least the man who from his personality, the life's trying to solve. If we think our higher aspects:…

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The three Guna’s

Posted on March 10, 2012 at 7:52am 0 Comments

The three Guna’s



Activity-Passivity-Harmony

Attaches no value judgments on the three properties.Try to control them, not to suppress.

They are like three colours can be distinguished but not separated.There is always a dominant one.You state yourself as a thinker at the helm, you can decide which property that some time is needed.



                                  ACTIVITY -  PASSIVITY  - HARMONY



 You can change your soul as a learning focus on the divine…

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Good and bad right and wrong. How do you get a grip on your thoughts.

Posted on March 4, 2012 at 8:29am 0 Comments

Good and bad or

right and wrong

We are not as accustomed to this way as in Theosophy thought about is about good and evil thinking. This may be difficult for us to have an idea about them. Good and evil are relative. Every person has his own (limited) view of what is good and evil. We often identify ourselves with other people. It resonates with something in our thinking when we see others suffer. This can be, e.g., pity or compassion. - Pity, then the emotional aspect of our…

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