“Theosophy is intuitive knowledge or wisdom associated with improved realization of one’s own Transcendent (‘Divine’) Nature; therefore, if a person only studies the writings or teachings of others, he or she may actually be a thee-osophist, not a Theosophist.”—General Theosophy
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In the Patanjali System of Yoga or Ashtanga Yoga as it is known (viz. Yoga consisting of Eight sections) there is among the many sutras one particular sutra towards the end of the discourse - (I am not sure of the number but I distinctly recollect that it was the last sutra of a section or of the book or the book itself is unknown to me ).
the sutra consists of just one word ''Kramath" - but has very huge ramifications -
Kramam means "in order '' - as in the sentence with a…Continue