Re: Sickly-Sweet Ethics Defined
Aug 03, 1997 11:30 AM
by Jerry Schueler
> The above may be the "belief" of some Theosophists, but in Hinduism the
>idea of "be well on the path of chelaship" is not prevalent. It may be an
>offshoot of the modern Theosophical Movement.
You may be right, simply because most Hindus take the theosophical
idea that chelaship and adepthood are too far in the future to worry about
(which is an unfortunate mistaken idea). However, they do worry about good
and bad karma a lot. The idea of action without rewards is foreign to
most all religions, but Theosophy does endorse it.
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