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THE PURPOSE OF THE NEW THOUGHT PHILOSOPHY

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LET YOUR DAILY BATH BE A RITUAL BATH

LET YOUR DAILY BATH BE A RITUAL BATH While I am aware that in different spiritual systems (Hinduism, Judaism, Greek Mystery Schools, Christianism, Islam, Paganism, Bahai, American Indians) water is used as a dedication and/or cleansing ritual prescribed by Divinity, … Continue reading

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PRAYER IS THE ART OF CONNECTING WITH YOUR SOURCE

PRAYER IS THE ART OF CONNECTING WITH YOUR SOURCE The aim and nature of prayer Prayer is to have a remembrance of our likeness within God (The Father who dwells within me, does his works. etc Jn 14:10-12) To have … Continue reading

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DIVINE LOVE AND HUMAN LOVE

DIVINE LOVE AND HUMAN LOVE Divine Love Divine Love is a inherent principle of Divine Mind. Divine Mind is present in all living beings and is Oneness Consciousness. As Universal Principle it is beyond individual, social group or nation. In … Continue reading

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THEOSOPHY AND ATMAN

The view of Theosophy on Atman or Spirit “As a single sun illuminates the whole world, even so does the One Spirit illumine every body.” – Krishna, Bhagavad Gita chapter XIII “You consist of spirit and soul and body.” – … Continue reading

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VEDANTA AND UNITY

Advaita Vedanta  Its a fact that philosophical schools such as Advaita (non-dualism) see the “spirit, soul, self” within each living entity as being identical with Brahman – the Universal Soul..  Advaita school states that there is One Soul that connects … Continue reading

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SPIRITUAL HIERARCHY Part Three

COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DIFFERENT WORLDS by Annie Besant Theosophical Publishing House, Adyar, Chennai [Madras] India August 1913 First Impression 1909 – Second Impression August 1913   For the purposes of our study we need not concern ourselves with the highest of … Continue reading

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