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Re: THEOS-L digest 1642

Sep 23, 1998 07:09 AM
by W. Dallas TenBroeck

Sept 23rd 1998

Dear Estelle:

Sudden feelings about a person may be the result of karmic links made in an
earlier life.

All our lives here and now (when we are awake and able to make positive or
negative choices) are affected by our own past and the past of others.

If the feeling is a valuable one, then with our minds we should be able to
examine it closely and find out what value it has, in terms of the immediate
present and the possible future.

Any step of choice we make will result in a learning experience.  since, as
a race, we are developing the use of the mind and the WILL we inevitably are
being asked by the great evolutionary sweep to learn how to use our minds

The mind is not in opposition to the feelings, it is actually the superior
power and would be used to judge whether our feelings are reasonable or not.

This is all theory, and if you are interested then turn to Mme. Blavatsky's
LA CLAVE DE LA THEOSOFIA  (The Key to Theosophy)  -- and look up under Karma
and feelings and see if you do not find more there to help you.

Best wishes,

>Subject: love pop quiz
>Message-ID: <>
>Consider this problem, folks:
>In a hipotetical situation a) this friend of mine, who loves all of the
>occult and that stuff, meets this caracter b) rather strange caracter, a
>young man, who, in Alan's possible words, his description more accurate
>could be that of the hermit card of Tarot than the "normal" "average"
>young man who wants to dance and have fun.
>consider the part c) That this girl falls in love of this guy, but the
>guy, as i said before, behaves more like, for saying, a young
>master-wizard.The boy rejects the girl. What's happening here??
>Is it NOT possible that a girl can follow "the narrow path" and have
>romance at the same time?? she also has to surrender to the karmic
>destiny and not conquer pure love in her lifetime?? Under what wisdom
>rules this young man is forgetting of love in his lifetime and
>accomplish his "duty" whatever that is, instead of love?? what strange
>thing is happening here??
>(I'll think i'll tell my friend to get another guy....but i'm sure
>she'll refuse....he's one of that once-in-a lifetime oportunities)
>What Theosophy has to tell in this rather strange strange case??
>P.S. Please answer me folks!! I know this is not SO important as the
>manymany changes of the words on the SD , but can you take a little time
>to answer?? We'll be delighted! :-)

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