Re: TI has a lot of work to do?
Jun 09, 1996 00:13 AM
by alexis dolgorukii
At 09:19 PM 6/8/96 -0400, you wrote:
>In message <199606081219.OAA02777@mail.euronet.nl>, Martin_Euser
>>John: one of the things I would like TI to accomplish is to present a clear
>> picture of the history of esotericism/mysticism/occultism/theosophy
>> (rather than Theosophy) *throughout the ages* to a potentially large
>>audience. I know that Alexis is interested in this history too.
>> My personal opinion is that this kind of presentation, combined with
>> comparitive study of the diverse writings and sayings of
>>mystics/occultists/esotericists, could be of great service to many
>> seekers, because it shows the incessant strive of many humans to gain
>> Self-knowledge (knowledge of the spiritual) and the many ways to do so.
>> This kind of thing belongs to the second (and third) object and has
>>been neglected too long by the various TSs, I think.
>I think you have hit exactly the right note here, Martin. I shall
>certainly ponder on it at length ...
>Ancient Wisdom for a New Age
>I agree entirely, This is a very valid activity for T.I. as it isn't "set
in concrete" on any particular position. I think it is appropriate under all
three objects, but most appropriate of all under the T.S. Motto: "There's no
Religion Higher Than Truth".
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