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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

Milarepa



Bruce Lyon on this period!!!

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Silence - Agni Yoga - Supermundane I *89

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Inner Silence
Agni Yoga, Supermundane I § 89). Urusvati understands the significance of silence. But what kind of silence must this be?
People think that silence is simply not uttering any sound, but true power comes when the whole being is
overwhelmed by silence and an energy is generated that permits communion with the Higher World. We
know these hours of surging energy, and can affirm that this kind of silence is the highest tension.
One must practice to attain this state, but it can only be acquired gradually. One may trace in
one's various lives how awareness of this energy develops, thus broadening one's possibilities, whatever
the circumstances may be. The sooner one begins to expand on his experience, the better.
When silence reigns in Our Tower it means that We are experiencing this powerful tension, and
communion with the Higher World will result in a renewal of forces. We need such an accumulation of
new forces, just as all of life needs it. It would be a mistake to suppose that We do not need replenish-
ment of energy. In revealing Our human side to you, I am strengthening Our bond with humanity. We
certainly do not want to appear as “Beings beyond the clouds”! On the contrary, We want to be close co-
workers with humanity. Therefore, let a closeness be created that will be the threshold of cooperation. It
is especially needed.
 

-The Buddhic Plane and the Human Hierarchy - Bruce Lyon & D.K.

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-The Buddhic Plane and the Human Hierarchy -

 

The buddhic plane is the plane of unity and at-one-ment.

There is a difference between relationship and identification. Relationship preserves the separate identity of the things that are being related.

Identification destroys it. In a real sense identification

occurs upon the monadic plane.

The consciousness of the human and deva evolutions meet and merge into their essential identity which is one with the planetary life.

On the buddhic plane, these evolutions meet and relate. On the astral plane these evolutions meet and fight.

Thus these three words relate to the second, fourth and sixth planes - identification, relationship and conflict.

The human unit is a member of the Fourth creative Hierarchy expressing itself upon the buddhic plane.

You know that humans evolve through directing energy and devas evolve trough being directed.

On the buddhic plane, the realisation and acceptence of this relationship occurs, resulting in true cooperation between the evolutions...."

 

MERCURY - Bruce Lyon & D.K.

 

The Fourth Ray IS ON NOW!  L.S.

 

The Tibetan on vaccination by Phillip L.

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Some interesting thoughts from The Tibetan - on vaccination when it was a hot topic a century ago:

"On Inoculations.

What is the standing or value of inoculation or vaccination from an occult or esoteric standpoint?" This question is often in the minds of healers as they ask the further question which is the real basis of their interest, "Does it affect the subtler bodies? How?"

There is no occult standard or value in inoculation, any more than there is an occult standard or value in giving a hypodermic injection. The entire question concerning serums and inoculations has been tremendously overemphasised by the so-called occult students. The human body, at [Page 323] the present time, is the recipient of such a vast amount of substance, extraneously precipitated into the interior of the body, that the whole subject is of vaster import, yet of lesser importance, than men think.

Such is the paradox which I present to you. Wrong food of every kind, the inhalation of smoke down the centuries, the breathing in of tainted air, the taking of medicines and pills and tablets of every possible description, the rifling of the vegetable and mineral kingdoms in search of their ingredients, and the injection of mineral substances, of drugs and of serums, till one wonders sometimes at the remarkable assimilative powers of the human frame.

In all fairness, however, I would remind you that, as far as the physical well-being of man is concerned, these methods and techniques of the West have resulted in the production of a healthier race than in the East, in a very definite prolongation of human life, and in the elimination of many dire physical scourges which used to take their toll of man. This I, an Oriental, do admit. I have stated the situation thus in order to expand your view from the specific to the whole.

In relation to disease and inoculation, I would remind you that there are three groups of diseases which are not peculiar to man, but which are indigenous in the planet itself. These diseases are found in widely differing forms, in all the kingdoms in nature. These three families or groups of diseases are:

1. The great cancer group of diseases.
2. The syphilitic group.
3. Tuberculosis.

Most of the objections made by doctors with occult tendencies are based unconsciously on a feeling that there [Page 324] should be higher methods of controlling diseases in man than by injecting into the human body substance taken from the bodies of animals. That is most surely and definitely correct, and some day it will be demonstrated. Another reaction on their part is one of sensitive disgust, again largely unrecognised. A more vital objection should be based on the suffering entailed on the animals providing the vaccine and other substances.

The effect on the inner bodies is practically nil, and far less than the diseases themselves. Herein lies for the future a most interesting question. How far do diseased conditions in the human body carry through and affect the inner bodies from the structural angle? It is a question I do not intend to answer. The controlling of modern disease is being handled by modern medicine primarily in three ways: through the science of sanitation, through preventive medicine, and through inoculation. These are the lower correspondences to methods of activity emanating from the astral plane, from the etheric levels, and from the earth itself.

The science of sanitation, the use of water, and the growing knowledge of hydrotherapy are the precipitation on earth of certain inner activities on the astral plane of a most definite nature. From the angle of the aspirant, these methods are called purification.

The science of prevention (both of diseases and of death) is the precipitation on earth of certain modes of procedure on the etheric plane whereby forces are correctly used and certain destructive agencies are controlled and prevented from going the destructive way.

The science of inoculation is purely physical in origin and concerns only the animal body. This latter science will shortly be superseded by a higher technique, but the time is not yet." (Esoteric Healing, Alice A. Bailey. p.324.)

 

Trees AGNI YOGA * 151

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" I vouch for health wherever ' prana ' is consciously safeguarded.

Evolution is inseparably linked with the improvement of the life of the people.

For example, in Asia the question of the use of the fuels must be approached in a new way.

Mineral fuels must be utilized properly, and nurseries must be established for the planting of trees.

But even on the heights there have always been ample deposits of combustible materials available, and therefore people of Asia have long been afflicted by hydrocyanic acid fumes.

This has been a serious threat to the progress of life in Asia, and to life itself.

There will always be health where there are conscious efforts to preserve ' prana '.

The improvement of conditions of life must be an inseparable part of evolution .

The snarling of dogs can lead to the rhythm of a symphony, but the stillness of a cemetery can be more frightful

than the whistling of the wind. "


AGNI YOGA ****151

 


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