Christianity and anthroposophy; tilling to the spirit.
- --- Carl Johansson <cjjohans@...> wrote:
> >People should think more about their processes and it's substance.
> > As far as this matter of "emotional stimulation as compensation for
> > who can't fully comprehend..."--who are you or I to say who fully
> > comprehends? Is there a note of arrogance here? Do you fully
> comprehend? Do
> > I? Do anthroposophists comprehend more than others who go to
> > churches?
> Resurrection at judgement day is still dogma at least where
> I live. Also no explicit recognition of even a spirit world
> (the only spiritual being God).
Is it not plain to see that thinking, feeling and willing are
spiritual activities inscribing themselves as an active "pressure"
on the physical such as footprints on the ground for example. God
that the "ground" is 'solid' for materialism, but for the living it
simply seem to be the battery of it(materialism) right now.
Yes, it takes courage to break the wall of the materialistic
"certitudes" of the senses and of the immoral, even simply
standing in the astral pollution and "fog" of the masses;
for whoever takes up anthroposophy seriously, there is natural
initiation. Forget(may I say..) the so-called 'exercices',
stand in the True, Beautiful and Good, and observe the
disturbances that will occur from the daily events of your
life as if to take you outside these. May you vanquish the
adversary disturbing forces by this same True, Beautiful and Good,
there is a lifting up to the spiritual won for yourself, there is
resurrecting forces, cosmic strenght and sustainment pouring in and
streaming from the future to meet you and build in accordance and
among the gods ruling deeds, from spiritual/moral/ethic/love humanly
freely enacted. Christ is our "guarantee".
This world(sense-world) is already gone may I say,
for it is the past, the 'death' of the present,
only Ahriman wants to make a future
and a likeness of future(technology)out of it.
Just follow the direction of the Impulse,
a real 'Movement' will ensue...
20) The disciples said to Jesus, "Tell us what the kingdom of heaven is
He said to them, "It is like a mustard seed. It is the smallest of all
seeds. But when it falls on tilled soil, it produces a great plant and
becomes a shelter for birds of the sky."
"Anthroposophy does not want to impart knowledge.
It seeks to awaken life."
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