Re: Library Books
Sep 18, 1995 09:06 AM
Leadbeater's writing sure do have relevance to the discussion
on psychic phenomena, a lot of it. I'm sure JRC has read a
goodly number of them. Relevant also are some of the writings
of his pupils. Our ex President, Dora Kunz, wrote "The Personal
Aura", & "The Christmas of The Angels", & edited "The Spiritual
Aspects of The Healing Arts", which was just republished under
a different title.
If you're looking for some more poetic, inspiring yet practical
writings, maybe you can find Geofffrey Hodson's "The
Brotherhood of Angels & of Men", or Leadbeater's "The Masters &
The Path". Then there's always the little classic translated by
HPB - "The Voice of The Silence". To me that's the most
beautifully inspiring & practical one of all. Theosophists love
to quote it.
I read the story of Findhorn a while ago, & agree with you.
What they accomplished was a miracle. It's a mystery how they
did it ... one can speculate as you did, but the story is truly
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