Re: The Path & the Pilgrimage
Aug 22, 1996 06:24 PM
by Ann E. Bermingham
>In the company of our conventional friends, family, co-workers etc. we may
>sometimes feel much more at ease and "normal": with them we may often more
>easily relax into a comfortable day-to-day life. Tell me honestly: is there
>anyone on theos-l whom, if they lived in your neighborhood, you would be
>inclined to "hang-out" with?
Dr. Bain, Keith Price and Jerry Schueler, to name a few. I already live in the
same general "neighborhood" as Dr. Psionic, having bumped into him several times
I've never felt that comfortable with my blood relations. I was in the Olcott
basement once, enjoying some after-event refreshments, when I told my husband
that I felt more comfortable with those theosophists than I did with regular
people. I didn't feel strange with them because I knew they had probably had
experiences like I had had.
> Personally, I don't gravitate socially toward
>~any~ fully out-of-the-closet magicians, shamans, yogis, theosophical
>scholars, astrologers, philosophers, etc.--even though I might be some of
>these things myself.
Been looking for them all my life - and found them!
- Ann E. Bermingham
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