Natural Worlds are Spiritual Worlds

“That which we call the ‘natural’ self as it exists in the ‘natural’ world—the ‘old Adam’ of St. Paul—is wholly incapable of supersensual adventure. All its activities are grouped about a center of consciousness where correspondences are with the material world. In the moment of its awakening, it is abruptly aware of this disability. It…

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Two Roads Through Life: Physical and Spiritual

“Brothers in belief, there are two roads through life, the Road of Good and the Road of Evil; they are not clearly defined roads and often run side by side and sometimes cross each other. Those who travel without a guide or in darkness often mistake one road for the other. We are those who…

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A Higher Man Within

“Every human being bear a higher man within himself besides what we may call the work-a-day man. This higher man remains hidden until he is awakened. And each human being can himself alone awaken this higher being within himself. As long as this higher being is not awakened, he higher faculties slumbering in every human…

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The Body as a Tool

“Once the man is a Sage, the means of happiness, the way to good, are within, for nothing is good that lies outside him. Anything he desires further than this he seeks as a necessity, and not for himself but for a subordinate, for the body bound to him, to which since it has life…

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