Theosophical work, intention and motive, Auroville and more

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Sep 07, 2010 04:29 am

We live in strange times. I grew up saving newspaper clippings of interesting facts, stories and opinions I’d found. My parents did the
same. Why? Because the only way to be sure of details that were
important, was to keep track of them somehow. These days, of course, IF
we save newspaper clippings, we do ...

Sep 06, 2010 09:50 am
I’m very glad to note that Pablo Sender had an article published in The
Theosophist about a topic that’s VERY relevant to today’s world. Since
he always gives me permission to publish his articles on my site, I
just did. I’ll leave it to you all whether he understood today’s
spirituality well enough. Anyhow, he ...

Sep 06, 2010 06:16 am
One of the options for my trip was starting at the Theosophical
compound in Adyar, Madras. However, I have good reason to think I’m not
welcome there. Instead a theosophical friend suggested they might be
able to get me a volunteer position in Auroville. Despite it not being
in North India – where my intuition ...

Sep 02, 2010 09:52 am
As you can see, I had another busy month. There are a lot of spiritual
gift ideas here, as well as pages on famous people and one quotes page.
Interfaith Jewelry – letting all religions coexist A lot of people are
worried about the way different religions antagonize one another. It’s
an old story, but ...

Sep 01, 2010 09:46 am
I try to keep you updated on what I put online elsewhere on the web,
when it relates to spirituality and religion. However, since I’ve
changed my newsletter technology, it amounts to this: I forget to share
the essentials, till it’s time for the next one to come out. I’m fine
with that actually, because ...

Aug 31, 2010 09:08 am
I dreamt of fruit going bad last night, so I wonder… are spiritual
teachings best ‘consumed’ fresh? What do you all think… are classic
spiritual books for instance of the same value as say the fresh
teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh, Eckhart Tolle and the Dalai Lama? Comment
Zen: I’m not asking for dream analysis ...

Aug 30, 2010 06:37 am
Inspiring and thought provoking view on the spiritual path. A bit dated
in places, but not less fascinating for it. There are real gems here
though – things you’ll find rarely anywhere else. Though in places this
book is evidently rooted in a time before psychology had taken a
serious hold on our culture, it ...

Aug 27, 2010 03:27 am
The vow of the Bodhisattva is that she will not go into Nirvana until
every single suffering being has entered Nirvana. One has to understand
what this means. Our awakening is not a personal triumph. We do not
have to win a spiritual sprint. We are one mind. Awakening is to
penetrate more and more ...

Aug 24, 2010 12:53 pm
Though in a sense I grew up to appreciate Sufism, as it was my
grandfather’s specialty, this book was my first real introduction to
it’s poetry, wisdom and mysticism. The essence of any spiritual path is
not in it’s history, it’s controversies or it’s mundane facts. The
essence is the wisdom people have lived and ...

Aug 11, 2010 09:49 am
Many people believe in old myths that contradict other beliefs and
scientific evidence, and this causes division. Religious dogmas and
myths were created before people had the benefit of modern science.
Science attempts to objectively discover how life works, and religion
attempts to subjectively find a way to live in harmony with life, so
they both have ...

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The above is the content of my spiritual newsletter Lucifer7 for September. The one for October will be sent out tomorrow.

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