Re: Cayce & psychism
Sep 05, 1996 08:38 AM
by Pre-installed User
Here is an interesting little bit from the elaboration of the 1st sutra;
"There is a phase in each individual's ongoing which is referred to as the
"probationary period on the path". According to Plato, it is a period of
psychic groping. It is characterized by a stirring urge to know--a
seeking, serious inquiry, etc. During this period the individual seeker
sustain conscious effort before accumulated results become a force positive
enough to sustain him.
Yes, this is also recognized in Theosophical literature.
This search is an intrinsic part of the Path. When one sustains the effort
and helps to further
the cause of the Self one will get in touch with Light's regions as Vitvan
calls it (noetic mind).
Then one feels the Bliss (ananda) permeating all life - and more
responsibilities are seen
through a clearer perception. It's a gradual process though.
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