Re: Hi Ingrid... Oops
- Hello, Prometheus!
> Well, I reread your post and looked at the HCS BB and you areif
> correct that there is no controversy within the HCS family. Those
> promoting a more balanced point of view have left. Betty and Mario/
> (Betty) are still doing their long-winded thing by "instructing"
> and "educating" the ignorant masses of spiritual truth seekers and
> those "highly evolved souls" that Ford describes on his BBs. But,
> one is a "highly evolved soul" then why is this information, copiedYou know, about the highly evolved souls: The mere fact of having
> and paraphrased from unverified sources, necessary? The enlightened
> already know these things, and the rest aren't on TS/HCS and don't
> care! Why the obsession, unless, these people just don't get it!
been a member of Eckankar, having left and having joined HCS doesn't
make you a highly evolved soul. And Eckankar is not the highest
religion out there! I wonder what makes people think that?! There's
still the elite thinking at work that was implanted in us while being
members of Eckankar.
We have made experiences on our way to evolvement, and sometimes
religions have helped us and sometimes not. Well, what's the big
deal? And why can't people who come from Christianity or Buddhism for
example be highly evolved souls?! I just don't get it!
> on the other hand, what are the sources for these opinions, myths,
> disinformation and abstractions? Can't they give their sources for
> their "facts." These people sound much different when they use
> own words.Well, it's perhaps because they think that they don't have to say
anything and want to impress people by quoting from sources they
think much grander and wiser than they themselves? Isn't there the
old Eckankar mechanism at work - just rely on the mahanta who will
tell you what to do?!
> Perhaps, they attended the Paul Twitchell and Harold KlempI'm sure that this is the influence of the years and years in
> School of Journalism?
Eckankar. We all have been taught how to be evasive, how to never
take a firm stand - because that would mean you have to take
responsibility for our own actions! So, there must be or have been
such a school for sure! :-)
Lately, an eckist mentioned to me that "beauty lies in the eye of the
spectator". I was so frustrated about this old evasive technique that
I told him it was so convenient because you could close that eye in
case you didn't like what you saw! I think he attends or attended
this school as well!