Re: To be a Theosophist
Nov 03, 1995 05:50 AM
by Liesel F. Deutsch
Agreed that we all have our own ways & opinions our own Paths. That's
as it should be. But you indicate that you're a member of a group. You
mention that some of your group isn't in agreement with you
channeling. From that statement one gathers that you've been able to
talk to them about it.
I didn't even have anyone to bounce my ideas off of to tell what I
was just then studying my newest esoteric discoveries.
Most people around me aren't esoterically minded ... aren't interested in
Theosophcical ideas. So I felt completely isolated. I felt like an
outcast. That kind of a cold shoulder from the organization
which is nearest & dearest to you is pretty hard to take especially
if you just happen to be as I was then at a particularly difficult
period in your life.
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