“It does not matter what you know . . . as long as you know You are not what you know.”—General Theosophy

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Comment by Richard Ihle on March 31, 2011 at 2:37pm

Greetings, Paul, and extra-special good wishes to an actual “game-changer” in the Theosophical world.

I suppose that by capitalizing You the most accurate way we could put it would be that “You are what you know and what you don’t know.”

However, in the specific context of the Psychological Key (“Psychomaturation” or the sequential unfoldment of potential identity delusions—“I REALLY AM my transitory ‘semi-Selves’ [animating energy, physical sensation, desire-feeling emotion, desire-mental cognition, dispassionate mental knowledge, Spirit-mental intuition]”), General Theosophy #37 is simply a down-to-earth “heads-up” to any who may be naturally inclined toward indulging “all-in,” Kamikaze ego-formations at the Fourth and Fifth Levels of consciousness.

Thank you so much for your response.

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