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Re: forgiving your body

Oct 24, 1995 10:35 AM
by Bee Brown

>>I have noticed that there are many similarities between ego-body
>>as there are between a rider and a horse. The riding is much
>>more fun, when the horse is happy and healthy.
>>I think that a body is a different being from my ego, with its own
>>consciousness - though ego is very closely connected to it.
>Purucker offers some interesting ideas that this seems to relate to.
>The way that we get into the next kingdom of nature is by a form
>of apprenticeship in the next higher kingdom.
>In the middle of the Fourth Round, the door into the Human Kingdom
>closed. At this point, it was no longer possible for animals to
>progress into becoming human by the end of the Seventh Round.
>Those animals that made it through that "door" became the Animal
>Monads in our constitution. They as centers of consciousness are
>the animal nature which our human nature, the Human Monad, uses.
>The "horse" that you ride is an Animal Monad in the Human Kingdom,
>destinated, if it continues its evolution, to be a Human Monad in
>its own right at the end of the Seventh Round.
>In a similar fashion, I suspect, in the middle of the Fifth Round
>the door to the lowest Dhyani-Chohanic Kingdom will close. Up to
>that point, it is possible to be "infilled with a God" or become
>the Human Monad in the constitution of a Dhyani-Chohan.
>For those of us that make it, we will have several Rounds of
>apprenticeship in the Dhyani-Chohan Kingdom, learning or getting
>exposure to the qualities of their consciousness, so that we
>eventually will become one ourselves! This experience is that of
>having not just an awareness of our Inner God, but an awakened
>Inner God that plays an active role in directing our lives. It
>is the actual experience of deity that religious people seek.
>-- Eldon
Great stuff. Just what I need to help with my interest in elementals. That
area somehow seems to tie together. My notes are growing rapidly. Anything
that anyone has in this area is much appreciated.
Regards, Bee

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