Aug 01, 1996 01:05 PM
by Jerry Schueler
> ... This dipping out and pouring back describes the
>relation of a given animal to its group-field. A given animal cannot function
>independently of its group-field.
The idea of Pat the dog being equated to a cup of water is too
close to the CWL/AB teaching (or mis-teaching) of group
souls to suit me. I prefer G de P and others who suggest that Pat
the dog is as unique an individual as Jerry Schueler or Bee Brown.
Pat won't come back, but then neither will Jerry or Bee. But their
spirit will return in a new form. If animals can't funtion independently
from their "group-field" then humans can't either. The chief
difference between an animal and a human is that the human
is much more full of himself.
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