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Flowers of wisdom

If there are obstacles, not 'the infinite

If you can count, not the stars

If you tremble or shake, and not 'a mountain

If increases or decreases, is not 'an ocean

If it passes over the bridges, not 'a river

If you can 'grasp, and not' the rainbow

Here are the parables of the six external perceptions


‎Jon Darrall-Rew‎ to True Power - Egypt 2018 with Jon Darrall-Rew and Bruce Lyon

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True Power is a quality of spirit – the indestructible core of our being that is deeper than personality and deeper even than soul. Spirit isever alive and vibrating as the universal life-force in the core of one’s soul, heart and body, and bringing it online as the basis for how one lives takes tremendous courage, daring, tenderness, willingness to be vulnerable, to stand for who we truly are, and to feel.

To bring this depth of our being online as the foundation of our life requires nothing less than the marriage of soul and body, masculine and feminine. It is this marriage that sets up the second birth. We pass through the eye of the needle into identification as spirit - as the Power, Love and ecstatic Creativity of the One.

Spirit is the life-force of the One. It is the breath of the Absolute. It is infinite formlessness and energy that exists before all manifestation, and that penetrates every atom of it from the core. It is what the Ancient Greeks called Chaos. It is the Lion of God roaring and ravishing all of creation. It is the non-being out of which being is born – the black holes out of which spurt the vibrancy of creation, and into which it returns to die. Spirit is the unmanifest out of which the manifest rises. These are the two sides of the non-dual Absolute.

Every creation story of the ancient world had it the same: in the beginning there was infinite darkness, and in that darkness the masculine and feminine principles had not yet polarised. Then, with the impulse of the One to know itself, they differentiate and the raw magnetism of their relating births the universe in the form of Light. The sun god - the soul of the world of which every human soul is a fragment - is born, and breaks forth like a phoenix.

Accessing who we are as spirit requires us to go beyond light. As souls as we are light. As souls we literally are light-beings. And yet as spirit, and at the very core of the soul, just as much in the core of the heart and in the centre of the base chakra, there is a dark nucleus of spirit – a black hole that is a portal for the rush of formless spirit into the manifest world.

This is the dark light. In the words of the Kaballah it is the “Black Fire”. It is why Osiris in Ancient Egypt, who originally represented the spirit aspect of the human being, was called “a dark god”, and “Lord in the perfecting black”.

Often in spirituality people confuse darkness, shadow and evil. They make them one thing when really they are very different.

Darkness is simply that which lies beyond the realm of light (the domain of dualistic consciousness). The sub-conscious of the body is dark to the consciousness of the mind because it can’t see it and illuminate its contents. So also is the super-conscious beyond the soul dark to consciousness in mind. Darkness is simply that which is beyond or unknowable by the light of our awareness, and spirit is unknowable because knowing is a dualistic experience made up of knower and known. In order to access spirit, the knower and the known are crushed on its event horizon into being it.

Shadow is something else. Shadow is repressed or denied psychological material that plays out in unconscious ways. This might be fears, desires, or talents even (shadow isn’t just the stuff perceived to be negative). It could be our disowned inner feminine, the denial of our feelings, or an unwillingness to acknowledge some of our strengths.

And evil? Evil is something that is actively regressive – repressing or pushing against the presence of love and life in any situation. Evil is that which deliberately drives us back into more self-centredness, more materialism, more domination, exploitation and greed. (Bruce Lyon has a great piece on this here:https://www.facebook.com/notes/bruce-lyon/darkness-shadow-evil/10152401193815272/?__xts__[0]=68.ARBitzpwdPrwY4sLVIdr8EIEXn-4fZJrcmCSs8ZxjzAe6nO3kNEJ3vFziFOEUgGGVtK-QoL2kSk6fDi4AgQlyyInWO8-sU7ULmMJMpis1Jt3Ko5iB_-Ysu8bRGWRdNv-m8toL15g52nS&__tn__=HH-R.)Bottom line: darkness, shadow and evil are different. Spirit is darkness, and this darkness is utterly divine.

In the modern day we can use the cosmological symbols of the earth, the sun and the black hole at the centre of our galaxy for the three levels of a human being – their personality, soul and spirit.

Spirit is the true source of power. Spirit is where we know that power isn’t something we have but rather power is what we are – the power of the One. This power is wild. This power is infinite, ecstatic, untamed life-force. This power is Shiva. This power is Shakti in her most raw essence. This power is the black hole destroyer that crushes all that crosses it’s event horizon into unity. This power is the infinitely explosive vitality of God.

The core focus of the Ancient Egyptian Mystery School was this power of spirit and its highest initiation was called the “Black Rite”. Egypt itself was called Kemet, meaning “the black land”. It was also described as the dark pupil in the eye of Osiris, or the dark light at the core of his heart. This is to say that the land was understood as the literal embodiment of the fecund darkness of spirit – at the core of every atom, cell, body and soul – out of which all creation is born.

This is the power we will be going into in Egypt – in its masculine and feminine forms, in soul and body. This is the power that tears a hole in the manifest world and for those who are ready to go beyond these veils of the Goddess, breaks through the matrix of conditioned society. We will be exploring what it means to live from this place of wild, living power – to lead from it, to hold ourselves and each other accountable to its clean use, and draw on it to pioneer a new culture of radical love, freedom, creativity and the dignity of the human soul.

If you are interested to source your power in this wild, ravishing, electric darkness, consider joining us.


Bruce Lyon on Romance & Reality

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Genova IL PONTE Agosto 2018 L.S.

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Il ' Ponte Anthakarana ', in esoterismo, è il simbolo della costruzione in sostanza mentale che collega la Personalità all'Anima. 
Sarebbe più chiaro dire che permette alla personalità di esprimersi come anima ( siamo spirito in incarnazione ), la meditazione è l'aspetto più diretto e naturale di questo 'con/tatto o cont/atto', poiché permette alla mente inferiore di collegarsi con la mente superiore in un flusso energetico progressivo e quindi di farne esperienza via il cervello.

Che a Genova sia proprio il ponte a crollare nel suo centro mi fa riflettere sull'aspetto latente , e non , dell'equilibrio fra spirito e forma, del cedimento del grezzume materialistico senza Luce ed Amore, fine a se stesso, che partorisce ed ingoia il suo mostriciattolo!

Il Maestro D.K. menziona già nel secolo precedente che all'inizio del millennio si sarebbe usata la simbologia del ponte, anche nel linguaggio comune, per creare allacciamenti armonici sia dell'individuo che in una nazione/i...fra popoli...e così si sta verificando in evoluzione di raffinamento nel Pianeta.

L'Italia , ritengo, sia in un periodo di crisi transitoria che apparentemente rivela instabilità, ma che col tempo porta/erà alla luce le sue contraddizioni in maniera drammatica, il paese si porrà nettamente fra l'Alto ed il basso( ricordate che le masse sono governate in Italia dal Quarto Raggio - dell'Arte-Armonia attraverso il Conflitto ). Chiarioscuri sbalzi di Alte vette di Coscienza ed Ispirazione e basse volgarità,colpi di coda del passato obsoleto... ma proprio per questo il Ponte verrà creato in Bellezza ed Equilibrio perché si rivelerà il Terzo punto del dualismo che esprime Armonia, su una 'voluta più Alta' ed E' su questo che tutti noi siamo i Protagonisti Sintetici del suo Futuro !!!

Leni Sibilio


Shamballa School - Glossary -

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Absolute Wisdom – The fundamental insight or realization into the nature of the Absolute and the truth that the apparent, relative universe is none other than a manifestation or ‘appearance’ of the Absolute. This realization is intuitive and leads to a profound liberation from identification with Relativity or attachment to samsara, giving freedom from suffering and limitation. Absolute wisdom is the essential insight into the identification of the individual (and all relative phenomena) with the Absolute. See also Absolute, Relative Wisdom, Rigpa, Samadhi, Self-Realization, Awakening.


Adi-Buddha – This term is used in certain schools of Buddhism to refer to the Absolute – the universal enlightened Presence. Adi means ‘one’ or ‘first’ and so indicates here the primordial or ‘original’ Buddha, the Absolute See also Absolute, Relativity, One Life, One Boundless Immutable Principle, Nonduality, Self-Realization.


Advaita Vedanta – A Hindu philosophy meaning ‘non-dual end of the Vedas’. Usually used to refer to the philosophical tradition most significantly espoused by Shankara, Advaita Vedanta teaches the radical non-dual view that there is ultimately no distinction between the Absolute and Relativity (the relative universes), and that even the ‘Creator’ is a dualistic, relative reality (although a very lofty one). The path to God-consciousness in Advaita Vedanta is typically jnana yoga or the path of wisdom, and the goal is sahaja samadhi or jivanmukti, liberated enlightenment while living in the world. One of the greatest modern examples of the Advaita sage is Ramana Maharshi. See also Absolute, Relativity, Nondualism, Jnana Yoga, Shankara, Ramana Maharshi, Maya.


Agni – A Sanskrit term meaning ‘fire’. The spiritual fire of awakening within all life, active as both a universal principle of love and wisdom, and as a personal Presence – the Christ Spirit. The word Agni first appears in the Rig Veda, the oldest known scripture of humanity, where it is used to name the Fire of the spiritual sacrifice, the Deity of transformation. Agni is said in the Vedas to issue seven tongues of flame – that is, to be the source of the seven rays or elements that are the foundational essences of relative existence. Agni is the primordial fire of spiritual evolution, expressing both the power of transformation and awakening, as well as the essence of enlightenment itself. See also Rig Veda, Vedas, Agni Yoga, Presence, Adi-Buddha, Seven Rays, Elements.


Agni Yoga – Agni Yoga is one of the advanced yogas of the Trans-Himalayan tradition. Agni means divine fire, which is a symbol used in the Trans-Himalayan tradition for Spirit. A factor that differentiates Agni Yoga from other yogas is that it is one that is engaged by the soul, not the personality, and thus can only be enacted once an individual or group has begun to stabilize their identity in soul. It’s project is for the soul to engage a profound process of striving and surrender into the monadic reality of Absolute realization so as to empower it’s mission of world work, its full fusion with the personality, and to bring the monadic spirit and personality aspects into such identified relation that the god man essentially is, may walk upon the Earth. It is an integral path sharing much in common with other more comprehensive approaches such as Taoism, Hindu Tantra and Aurobindo’s Integral Yoga. The current form of Agni Yoga is similar to Aurobindo’s Integral Yoga in including an emphasis on world engagement and working more from the soul aspect than with complex technical processes – although these are not entirely excluded and may be made more available within the context of Agni Yoga in time. Agni Yoga includes aspects of karma, bhakti, jnana, raja, ati and tantra yogas – giving it much in common with such paths as Tibetan Buddhism and Integral Yoga. Some elements that are more unique to Agni Yoga include a distinctive understanding of many tantric principles, a more comprehensive science of the seven elements/rays, a wider synthesis of techniques from Hindu, Buddhist and others sources, and a unique science of planetary consciousness and evolution. Agni Yoga, then, is a comprehensive and modern path, that, although having a Sanskrit name, is really a planetary path expressing a growing integration of elements from many traditions. Perhaps one of the most succinct and descriptive terms we may use for Agni Yoga is that it is a path of ‘planetary integral tantra’. See also Agni, Monad, Yoga, Integral Path, Trans-Himalayan Tradition.


Akasha – Sanskrit: ‘radiance’. Often translated as ‘space’ or ‘ether’. The term akasha has been used in a number of ways in the Hindu tradition, but is very often defined as the fifth element, subtler than earth, water, fire and air. It is generally considered the ‘root’ or primordial element that is the ‘space’ or foundation for the other elements. Forms or objects must manifest in space, and this space is considered to be an actual substance. It is the unmanifest source and context for the more concrete levels of the universe. Within the context of the physical world, the akasha corresponds to the etheric levels that form the molding pattern for the more concrete level of our physical body and universe at large. On a deeper level, the akasha corresponds to the formless levels beyond the physical universe and the psychological realms, the realms of form. This is the level of our ‘causal body’, where karmic seeds are stored, and from which they sprout during each incarnation. So although this ‘space’ of akasha is formless or unmanifest, it is rich with the seeds or potentials of manifestation, and therefore has a kind of substance to it. The phrase ‘reading the akashic records’, therefore, can be understood as gaining the ability to see into the individual or collective memory or store of karmic impressions and reviewing the past or envisioning the future workings out of karma. See also Elements, Formless, Karma, Etheric Body.


Amrita Nadi – In traditional Hindu tantric teachings on the energy body, the sushumna nadi is understood as the central nadi that runs along the spine from the root chakra to the crown of the head, terminating in the crown chakra. The amrita nadi, as described by Ramana Maharshi, is a subtle channel that continues the sushumna nadi from the crown and arcing downwards to the heart. In the Trans-Himalayan teachings, this nadi is understood as bringing the flow of kundalini from the crown center, which it reaches on the path of ascent (which culminates at the third initiation and leads to absorption in nirvikalpa samadhi – internal non-dual realization), back to the heart culminating in the fourth initiation – sahaja samadhi or uninterrupted rigpa, the integration of non-dual realization into ordinary life. The Buddha termed this state ‘nirvana-with-elements’ (meaning liberation while maintaining awareness of the phenomenal universe) and also the Arhat stage of enlightenment. Many systems view the 3rd initiation, or the rising of kundalini to the crown center, as final liberation. The amrita nadi is the etheric channel involved in the process of passing beyond the third stage into higher levels of awakening, when viewed from an energetic angle. It is also related to the path of bodhisattvahood which, following the path of the heart, leads to stages beyond personal liberation. See also Nadi(s), Chakras, Kundalini, Sushumna Nadi, Initiation.


Anatman – Sanskrit term used commonly in Buddhism meaning ‘no-self’ or ‘nonself’. Anatta in Pali. See No-self.


Antahkarana – A term used in the Trans-Himalayan teachings for the bridge, or continuity in consciousness, that is stage by stage established between the various depths of our being (spirit, soul, form), so that the consciousness of the self and its differentiated activities at these three levels of its operatation, is able to be held simultaneously. This works according to the recognition that while we as personalities are often only aware of ourselves living and acting on the mental, emotional and physical planes, we are actually living, conscious and engaged in activities as souls on the planes of soul, and as monads or spirits on the two most subtle planes of the cosmic physical plane right at this moment, but without a continuity of consciousness existing between all three. The establishment of this continuity of consciousness is one definition of what it means to be a buddha, and is represented in the Tibetan Buddhist teaching by the capacity of a buddha to exist and operate for the benefit of all beings in their dharmakaya form, their sambogakaya form, and their nirmanakaya form, engaged perhaps in at least three different forms of activity and awareness in three different realms, simultaneously. Once this is achieved, there is the opportunity for the antahkarana, or this continuity of consciousness, to be established further out into the cosmos, thereby allowing simultaneous consciousness of the planetary, solar and galactic Logoi in whose bodies we find our place, as well as our experience of contact and relationship with the various other communities of lives who also exist within their bodies in various realms or states of subtle matter-energy. In the human being, the antahkarana is understood to anchor the soul in the crown chakra, and it can be contrasted with the sutratma, or life-thread, that anchors the monad or spirit aspect of our nature, in the heart chakra. See also Soul, Monad, Self, Spirit, Sutratma, Logoi.


Anu – Sanskrit word meaning ‘atom’. Term used in Kashmiri Shaivism (a school of North Indian Tantra) that means the aspect of the individualized self, the seed ‘atom’, that records karmic impressions (called anava-mala in Sanskrit). Virtually identical to term ‘permanent atom’ used in some Western Theosophical teachings. See also Permanent Atom.


Archangel – A Greek term meaning ‘chief messenger’. The Trans-Himalayan tradition uses the term Archangel to refer to the various orders of super-intelligences that work in support of the spiritual evolution of individuals, groups, kingdoms, planets and other orders of life. One of the most important orders of Archangels for humanity to understand and cooperate with is the Archangels of the elements. These are seven orders of Archangels who ensoul the four elements of form (earth, water, air and fire) and the three etheric or ‘mind’ elements. Archangels express both the Nature or the Shakti aspect of creation and the Consciousness or Shiva aspect. They create, sustain, and dissolve the various bodies of humanity and the nature kingdoms, creating the elemental lives that are the nature spirits, and also work with the development of the soul or consciousness aspect of all forms of life. Archangels are also called Dhyani-Buddhas or ‘Buddha Families’ in some forms of Buddhism, and Devas and Devis (the masculine and feminine forms) in Hinduism. See also Holy Spirit, Deva(s), Elements, Hierarchy.


Archetype – In Agni Yoga the term archetype is used in its more spiritual significance, rather than in the Jungian sense in which it carries more personal, although collective, meaning. Spiritual archetypes are the patterns behind manifest forms – the universal molds that give shape and soul to the outer forms of things and beings. These archetypes are related to the notion of Platonic Ideas, Universal Principles and similar ordering realities. They are the essential seeds behind all expression. The Seven Rays might be considered primordial universal archetypes. In Shamballa, where planetary purpose is held is reservoir, it might be understood that the core archetype of all being that has, is and will continue to be expressed through the Earth, is found. As the Purpose is translated into Plan by Hierarchy, additionally, it might be understood that that Purpose is formulated into archetypal Will-seeds along the Seven Ray lines, to express it in a diversity of expressions. See also Principle, Essence, Laws, Ideas, Shamballa, Hierarchy, Seven Rays.


Arhat – A term used by the Buddha for the fourth of four stages of personal enlightenment (or the arya-marga, the ‘noble or holy path’). The first stage he called ‘stream-entry’ (meaning entering the stream to nirvana), the second stage he called the ‘once-returner’ (because it would, on the Buddhist path, usually take no more than one further incarnation to become an arhat), the third he called a ‘non-returner’ (because all physical karma was now exhausted and so further development would not require returning to physical incarnation). The fourth stage, the arhat, was considered the final stage in Buddha’s description of the path of individual liberation, but higher stages on the path of bodhisattvahood would lead to Buddhahood, which according to one form of definition in the Trans-Himalayan teachings, is understood to be the 7th stage of enlightenment. In the Trans-Himalayan tradition, the term ‘arhat’ is used for one who has taken the fourth initiation. If the stage of arhatship is fully integrated with the physical world, the individual is in the state known in Vedanta as sahaja samadhi, or in Dzogchen as rigpa. See also Rigpa, Sahaja Samadhi, Initiation, Bodhicitta, Bodhisattva, Buddha.


Ashram of Synthesis – a particular ashram within the Trans-Himalayan School of the Planetary Lineage, or subtle level community of initiates, masters and souls that the master Djwhal Khul first mentioned the formation of in his work with Alice Bailey, and that then played a central role in the teachings of the master Rakozci through Lucille Cedercrans. Within Hierarchy, or the meta-sangha of liberated beings on Earth, it is understood in the Trans-Himalayan teachings that there are seven fundamental groupings of initiates, masters and souls, each within the energetic aura or, and transmitting one of the seven rays. The Ashram of Synthesis, however, is a subtle level community gathered around the energies of the 1st, 2nd and 7th Rays – those of divine Will and Power, divine Love-Wisdom, and divine Embodiment and Ritual. These are the three major energies of the Aquarian zodiacal age and this is an Ashram whose principle focus is understood to be the relating of the consciousness and energy of Shamballa, Hierarchy, and Humanity – the planetary crown, heart and throat chakras – so that the cosmic purpose of the planetary Logos of the Earth, described elsewhere as the founding of a station of awakened civilization in God-realization in the universe through the medium of humanity, may be increasingly grounded. In his work with Bruce Lyon, Djwhal Khul describes this Ashram to be composed of beings awakened to the One Absolute Life from all kingdoms. He teaches that it is composed of buddhas and cosmis spirits within Shamballa, masters and devas of Hierarchy, awakened human beings as well as devas of all other kingdoms also. See also Hierarchy, Initiate, Master, Buddha, Alice Bailey, Djwhal Khul, Trans-Himalayan tradition, Rays, Planetary Logos, Divine Will, Power and Purpose, Self, Monad, Awakening, Devas, Shamballa, Planetary Lineage.


Astral Body – Also called the emotional body, this is the next more subtle body than the physical. It is the body through which we feel ordinary sentiments, emotions and desires. Awareness of some of the experiences of the astral body is registered primarily through the solar plexus chakra (for primitive and ordinary emotions and desires), and the heart chakra for more elevated feelings. Although the astral body has the same basic shape as the physical, it is made of a higher spectrum of vibrations and can be extended and shaped in different ways through intention (using such methods as visualization, sound and feeling). The astral body, like the physical, has various senses that can be used to experience the astral plane (astral environments, landscapes, etc.) and astral forms including desires and emotions. When the physical self uses these astral senses, we call them psychic abilities such as astral clairvoyance, clairaudience, etc. The astral body also has active capacities and can be extended or projected beyond the physical form. This gives rise to various forms of ‘astral projection’ or out-of-body experiences, and other forms of astral activity. The astral body has an etheric aspect, just as does the physical body, which has astral chakras, nadis and so on. The various bodies are joined by their etheric counterparts. All physical forms have an astral body or counterpart. This body is sometimes called the subtle body or the psychic body. See also Astral Plane, Body(s), Planes of Consciousness, Etheric Body.


Astral Plane – A dimension or realm of consciousness of the next octave of energy beyond the physical world. This realm of energy is not directly perceivable by ordinary senses, or by the instruments of modern science. It is formed by modes of perception that emphasize the water element. Although water is the dominant element of the astral plane, all seven elements are reflected in the each plane, creating seven major subdivisions or subplanes of the astral world. People leave their physical consciousness and function, usually unconsciously, each night on the astral plane in sleep, though during normal sleep the environment is formed by the subconscious content of one’s own psyche rather than the astral plane at large, much of which is formed by the archangels, just as with the physical universe. See also Planes of Consciousness, Body(s), Astral Body, Elements.


Ati Yoga – This is a Sanskrit term from the Tibetan Buddhist Dzogchen tradition indicating a form of practice that emphasizes direct non-dual contemplation. This path is similar to what might be called samadhi yoga in the Hindu tradition (though it emphasizes ‘external’ samadhi rather than the common emphasis on ‘internal’ samadhi in most Hindu forms of yoga), and refers to that stage of the path that begins with the ability to approach or enter deep states of non-dual realization. As such, it is a culminating path that is usually combined with other yogas that are preparatory to it. The emphasis in Ati Yoga is on the revelation of the Absolute Reality – the natural state of primordial purity and the spontaneous formation of the manifest cosmos, rather than any form of transformation. See also Dzogchen, Rigpa, Samadhi, Yoga.


Atma – Atma, as differentiated from Atman (see below) refers in the Trans-Himalayan teachings to the third, or creative will aspect of the spirit, or monadic self. See also Spirit, Monad, Atman, Self.


Atman – A Sanskrit word meaning ‘Self’. Refers to the liberated spiritual Self, resting ever in a state of non-dual realization. In Vedanta, the Atman is considered to be the innermost being or essence that is unrealized or obscured in most people because they confuse themselves with their bodies or personality. Atman in Vedanta generally corresponds to the Dzogchen term, Rigpa. See also Rigpa, Body(s), Presence.


Attunement – To develop an intuitive rapport with. To sense a person, being, idea, feeling, energy or other reality in a direct, soulful manner. Related to what in Sanskrit is called dhyana, which is often translated as ‘meditation’, attunement is a depth of relationship that goes beyond preliminary concentration into a state of intuitive communion that reveals insight or understanding beyond sensory or conceptual knowledge. Attunement is a degree of entering into a state of inner resonance with, a knowing through ‘co-vibrating’ with the other. Attunement is developed through various stages culminating in complete union or ‘at-one-ment’, wherein one knows a being or reality by fully merging with them or it. This later form of understanding has been called in Sanskrit prajna (intuitive wisdom) or samadhi. Attunement is a bridge to samadhi, which partakes of a greater degree of direct communion and merging, while being less complete than samadhi. See also Samadhi, Meditation, Dhyana, Intuition.



Genova Genova...

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Carissimi, dopo il crollo del ponte di Genova, a pochi giorni di distanza dal grosso incidente di Bologna, può essere utile comprendere le cause interiori, karmiche e psicologiche, anziché cercare di dare la colpa alla struttura ormai vecchia e logorata nel caso del ponte di Genova.

Il Maestro D.K. ha spiegato che i cataclismi sono l'effetto del karma collettivo, ma in questo caso non si tratta di cataclismi.

Nel secondo volume del Trattato dei Sette Raggi ha spiegato:
"Malattie contratte e incidenti che sono effetto d’azioni imprudenti o d’abitudini errate in questa vita, che specificamente condizionano il karma futuro. Una cosa è degna di nota a proposito degli incidenti. Essi sono spesso provocati da ciò che si potrebbe considerare come “esplosioni di forza”. Esse sono generate da un uomo o da un gruppo per sentimenti di odio, gelosia o vendetta, che reagiscono o “tornano indietro”, come boomerang, sulla vita del singolo." (pag. 253 pdf)

Un brano più completo è stato spiegato in "Esteriorizzazione della Gerarchia" (pag. 36 del pdf):
"Vi ho già detto che gli incidenti che accadono agli individui generalmente sono il risultato di un’esplosione di forza, e che queste esplosioni sono causate dall’odio, dai pensieri non gentili e dalle parole critiche di coloro che sono coinvolti nell’incidente. La situazione mondiale odierna non è causata dall’ambizione di un individuo, o di una razza, o dal materialismo, dall’aggressione e dall’orgoglio di una nazione particolare. Non è fondamentalmente il risultato delle condizioni economiche sbagliate esistenti oggi nel mondo. È causata interamente dall’odio diffuso nel mondo; odio di persone e di razze, odio d’individui e di coloro che sono al potere o che sono influenti, e odio verso le idee e le credenze religiose. Fondamentalmente è causata dagli atteggiamenti separativi dei popoli e delle razze che lungo i secoli, e ancor oggi, si sono odiati l’un l’altro e hanno amato se stessi. È causata dalla gente di ogni paese che ha cercato di addossare la responsabilità delle condizioni attuali a tutti, tranne che a se stessa e che ha cercato diligentemente dei capri espiatori in modo da non sentirsi personalmente colpevole della sua parte di errore nel pensare, parlare e agire."

Ognuno di noi può trarre le proprie considerazioni.


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