Re: theos-l digest: November 08, 1998
Nov 09, 1998 12:48 PM
by Jerry Schueler
>"It must be understood clearly, however, that clairvoyant research is by no
>means the only or even the most important method of acquiring knowledge;
>neither is the development of this power a necessity for either spiritual
>progress or the study of occultism.
>A surer method exists, and a far more valuable faculty is available for
>"This faculty is spiritual intuition"
Doss, while you may have read this in a book by Hodson,
it comes from HPB who called it buddhi-manas.
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