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A subtle body # 2

Posted on June 19, 2015 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

In that blog I give a definition the term of ‘Subtle body’. According various occult, esoteric, mystic doctrines, subtle body is one of the psychospiriitual components of a living being, which is a interagent between a being’s physical body and his soul. There are several types of subtle bodies (astral, etheric, causal etc.). Each of them exist into corresponding plane of being (astral, etheric etc.). Subtle body doctrine is integral part of esoteric systems of the Orient…


A subtle body # 1

Posted on June 12, 2015 at 1:30am 0 Comments

I would like to get out my message on a subtle bodies to members of that sites. I would like to point out a subtle-body doctrine isn't myths or superstition of ancient people as modern materialists try to show. Ancient people got knowledge from divine revelation and a comprehension of Self and own internal intuition therefore our forefathers couldn't mistake because gods what's nothing but manifestation of latent power of human psychic are one of the surest evidence of the High Truth. One…


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At 3:27pm on June 26, 2015, Seij said…

It may be an inconvenience to translate your article and in this moment its not important at this time. Have no worries.   Noticed that more and more scientist are starting to believe in god, if you will. Few scientist are in fact Catholic or other religious sects or perhaps more than we will ever know. A time ago, those involved in science found a way to remove human from their true nature, hence why Man is lost  and seeks outside themselves for what is already within themselves. Do not be mistaken I am no physicist but however, I do have interest in science in regards with spirituality. In my opinion for what it is worth, they both need one another and go hand in hand. It is when materialist and spiritualist fail to see common ground of the same THING that causes irreconcilable conflicts which puts evolution in stalemate, if that makes any sense.

As for, "...positive-minded scientists interpret theosophy and anthroposophy as superstitions and myths what inapplicable as philosophical truths in modern era." Myths are stories of events in time that we have lost the capability to understand and mistaken as fiction.  There is "superstition" in people not in Theosophy.  Theosophy is connected into the supernatural or divine and that will cause disbelief to the blind of the unknown realities that are not accepted by scientific minds because they need proof to believe. Maybe they are lacking faith in their self.  All the proof I need is myself. God is an imaginative idea and we are created in that very image. Humans are gods of earth and god is human of the starry heavens? Perhaps why astrology is the worlds oldest science.  A lot to ponder here.

At 6:14pm on June 23, 2015, Seij said…

When did you come to that conclusive idea that I can accomplish the impossible?  I often feel on auto pilot if you get my drift. I try to find what makes sense. Your article on Rudolf S. where can I read it for myself?  

At 6:08pm on June 23, 2015, Seij said…

Mister Yogi sir, I have yet to learn the words to describe my gratitude. Since I am not the thinker, I need to ponder over all you have said. Maybe I am unsure where the mother fit in with Blavatsky. = ) 


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