Visible and Invisible
We have senses and contact the world around through them. Sense organs have limitations so far as their operation is concerned. Yet we experience the existence beyond the area of such operation for the simple reason that we can physically move ourselves and go beyond the space around to confirm its availability. Thus sensory perception is only an initial stage of our experience and not the final stage of our…Continue
Added by Dr N C Ramanujachary on May 30, 2012 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Philosophy is the name given to a theme explaining the source, process and product of manifestation with all its constituents. The underlying Unity is a continuous stream (Antar-Sravanti) and beginning with the under worlds it rises into the higher regions of Consciousness, the earth we live on being a mid-point.
The theme is both Theoretic and Practical, hypotheses that can become functional.
Proofs are available, they are too subjective and experiential; and can be…Continue
Added by Dr N C Ramanujachary on May 28, 2012 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Is there a way of life that we can adopt?
Regulating one’s own life is what we do when we understand things in a right perspective. Knowledge and updating one’s understanding each day, changing one’s attitudes and opinions, based on experience obtained, is also known to us. Sometimes we may think that there is nothing in our nature that needs a change. Scriptural knowledge comes to our aid in our understanding. It…Continue
“Nothing causes Bliss, but many things can hide It.”—General Theosophy
Added by Richard Ihle on May 24, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments
“Stop searching for Bliss; start stopping for It.”—General Theosophy
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Polity and Globalization
A polity is a human society, politically organized as a State. Globalization is a term popular more in the context of Economic and Commerce areas. Recent innovations and intrusions into human consciousness can no longer limit the terms to their literal meanings.
The Earth Globe is one in round. We see many parts of land and sea thereon. That this earth globe is a part of a huge solar system and it has interconnections with other globes in the…Continue
Added by Dr N C Ramanujachary on May 24, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
The pivotal points of the stature of a human society are a) gain b) achievement and c) success. Individuals have created a society by grouping themselves together for purposes of gain, but this did not bring any gain whatsoever in terms of real unity. We create a society to which we ultimately become slaves. A clear understanding of the values liberates us from the social, religious machine and its conventional working systems. We, as Individuals, are born…Continue
Added by Dr N C Ramanujachary on May 23, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
What is Blissful state and is it possible to attain such a state?
Being happy is the birth right of every creature. Being Independent, having a free choice and to act in a line appealing to oneself is similarly the birth right. For various reasons, we have imposed certain constraints and restraints to our activity and behavior. These have become necessary that one’s…Continue
by Dr N C Ramanujachary
Human life is an admixture of happiness and sorrow. Every living person wants to be happy. Each person defines happiness in his or her own way and by experimentation; exploration finds a way to happiness. Sorrow is attempted to be totally eradicated but it reoccurs through some other door or window of life. Everything in life is in a passing stage. Even when sorrow is set aside…Continue
“Especially beware the teachers who need to convince themselves by convincing others.”—General Theosophy
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Dr. N C Ramanujachary
A Philosopher’s endeavor is basically to work for the Perfection of Humanity. He does this by his oration, sets a role-model by his own conduct to the audiences he comes into contact. He is normally a well-informed person on the Laws that govern the Universe, their working systems and how men and women of the world could modulate their own methods of working in relation to…Continue
Added by M K Ramadoss on May 9, 2012 at 8:37am — No Comments
I just wrote a blogpost on my Modern Theosophy Blog and not till I was finished did I notice it was the day after White Lotus. Here it is:
Theosophists must excuse me for once more butting in where I no longer have any business. I was thinking just now about where the Theosophical Movement went wrong. When did, in…
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“For those not interested in quick worship, the most valuable Theosophical writers could actually be the ones who use the most perhapses, possiblys, mights, and maybes.”—General Theosophy (perhaps)
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“If, psychologically speaking, you do not have a ‘soul’ but, rather, merely the possibility to enSoul various types of contaminated ‘I-delusions,’ you should, therefore, in order to ‘survive’ in this lifetime and perhaps into the next as well, probably try to enSelf your-‘selves.’”—General Theosophy
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Dr N C Ramanujachary
Mahavishnu- Krishna-Self Mastery through Abhyasa Yoga
Maha-Vishnu as Logos, the Deity in charge of Human evolution and progression on the right lines; Krishna, the Divine Principle and the guiding Master for Humanity and the Process open to men and women of the world in reaching Them through Abhyasa (Constant Practice) Yoga are the themes taken for study. The ideas…Continue
Added by Dr N C Ramanujachary on May 6, 2012 at 7:12am — No Comments
Wisdom has an inexplicable and a 'difficult to explore' place in human understanding and living. Yet scholars, poets and creative artistes have found their own way of enjoying and the same time expressing it to others, the common folk too, in innumerable methods.
All the fine arts, not to speak of the sacred scriptural texts, are a clear illustration to this humane act. The manifestation of the…Continue
Added by Dr N C Ramanujachary on May 6, 2012 at 7:08am — No Comments
In all online forums, frequently we come across long posts. Indeed it is understandable that complex ideas and situations need explanations which tend to end up as a long post.
Many who browse forums as well as on maillists, have limited amount of time to read and review posts and emails of interest. This is simply a factual matter since many have daytime jobs and they spend time on Internet after hours. Many tend to ignore long posts due to time constraints.
In the above…
Added by Lori Tompkins on May 4, 2012 at 11:57am — No Comments