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Did ancient philosophers have a method to contact the Spirit?

Posted on August 22, 2013 at 6:41pm 4 Comments

Did ancient philosophers have a method to align themselves with the Divine realms (or Spirit)?

From what we know about them, some of them certainly did. Part of this method consisted of studying the philosophical and poetic works of their forefathers. They assembled in Mystery Schools of old, where the spirit of the group took them to new levels of understanding by inspiration and, of course, exchanging their ideas about the Good, the Just and the Beautiful. Plato is well…


Just 48 hours left to urge for labeling genetically modified food!

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 5:10pm 0 Comments

Right now we have 48 hours left to tell President Obama and the FDA that it’s time to label genetically engineered foods on a legal petition filed with the FDA by the Just Label It coalition. Tomorrow is the deadline to make comment, please add your voice…


Culture wars: three perspectives on our world today

Posted on October 25, 2011 at 6:24am 2 Comments

This essay discusses the segmentation of the world, more particularly the Western world, into three cultural groups: Moderns, Traditionals and Cultural Creatives. There is a fierce polarity to be found here. Can Cultural Creatives bridge the gap that exists between Moderns and Traditionals? 

This essay is a kind of informal sociological analysis. It is a sequel to my analysis of the…


Threefold gunas in psychology: how the ancients had it right

Posted on August 28, 2011 at 7:08am 8 Comments

Recently I discovered how the ancient concept of the gunas (sattva, rajas, tamas or balance/harmony, activity, inertia) can be applied to psychological processes. My work on the self-help introduction involved study of material that immensely helped me to integrate these concepts into the decision making process.


Attached you will find a study on the gunas, seen here as qualities of mind, expressed…



Posted on June 12, 2011 at 6:07am 7 Comments


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At 12:20pm on November 21, 2011, Michael Simon said…
Martin, I am attracted (which, for me, differs from agreement) to what you expressed regarding this group.

I don't know what my spiritual orientation is. Though I sense some will be attracted to what I express, and others, repelled. And I see that is as it should be.

Perhaps this will express my spiritual orientation: I request an invitation to your group, and yet am unattached to receiving one.

Thank you for receiving my expression. :)
At 12:45pm on October 6, 2011, entropea said…

Hi Martin,

Darren's the name ;) I've just got my Permaculture design certificate, and about to embark on my diploma course over the next few years.

The Shires Permaculture site was originally designed to store the learning material for each week, along with videos and photos. I've set it up for the group, as I'm a techy geek who's very much into Google.


Regarding the PDF version of "DIY handbook..." I do have a copy. It's over 7MB so can't attach it here... Can you send me an email and I'll reply as an attachment? (entropea at gmail dot com).



At 8:40pm on September 1, 2011, David said…

Well met my friend.  Thank you I think that is an excellent idea about the booklet.  I have the same desire, thank you for confirming it to me.  I will start my intentions towards that purpose and see what comes out.  I look forward to sharing new ideas and laughter with you here.  - David

At 3:02pm on May 2, 2011, Magda Susano said…
Hi Martin,


I found TheosNet by a friend.

At 1:48am on March 21, 2011, Heath Edwards said…

Martin :)

re: Hesychasm, i enjoy the 2nd & 3rd meanings of the term:

  1. "the practice of inner prayer, aiming at union with God on a level beyond images, concepts and language", a sense in which the term is found in Evagrius Ponticus (345-399),Maximus the Confessor (c. 580-662), and Symeon the New Theologian (949-1022);
  2. "the quest for such union through the Jesus Prayer", the earliest reference to which is in Diadochos of Photiki (c. 450);

i am particularly taken with the story told in 'the Way of a Pilgrim', a Russian traveller searching for the meaning of 'pray without ceasing'.

as a meditation practice, i've been trying a personal variation of the rosary but may need to change it up.
At 3:23pm on January 22, 2011, Elaine Stirling said…
Thank you so much, Martin and fellow Theosophists, for accepting my request. There's lots of great stuff to read and take in here, so I'll probably be a quiet participant for awhile--subject to change at a moment's notice. ;-)
At 7:50am on February 17, 2010, Martin Euser said…
Another spammer..
At 2:53pm on February 9, 2010, Martin Euser said…
Hi Lucy,
I will send you an email.
Welcome to and I hope you will find many friends here on the network.
At 3:45pm on October 17, 2009, Richard Silliker said…
Hi Martin,
I have not forgotten you or your last question. I am working on an appropriate reply.

Richard Silliker
At 12:52am on June 12, 2009, Susan Thomas said…
Oh, i wish! My artistic inclinations in this life are geared toward enjoying what others produce. I have used words for art, but nothing like capturing actual nature. thank you for sharing this with us.

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