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Re: [anthroposophy] GOALS OF THE STUDENT OF YOGA

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  • Br. Ron
    Man this nails it! Tomberg once again sez it straight and true. Thanks Bruce Br. Ron
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 1, 2002
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      Man this nails it!
      Tomberg once again sez it straight and true.

      Thanks Bruce

      Br. Ron

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      > ...goal is entirely different from that of Indian Yoga.
      > For them the important thing is not to be freed from the
      > earthly element, but to redeem everything earthly from evil.

      > The idea which forms the basis for this striving is not the
      > opposition between spirit and matter, but rather the opposition
      > between good and evil.
      >
      > Christianity, not as a philosophical or theological teaching, but as a
      > active spiritual force in the world, proceeds from the idea that evil
      > has penetrated into the world and that error, sickness, and death are
      > its results. Therefore it cannot be Christianity's task to retreat
      > from that realm, but rather to conquer the evil which has given cause
      > for error, suffering and death.
    • Carol
      Amen! Carol ps...could any of you guys send me the link to the ghost video that was recently posted? Thanks ...
      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 1, 2002
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        Amen!

        Carol

        ps...could any of you guys send me the link to the 'ghost'
        video that was recently posted? Thanks
        --- "Br. Ron" <rlloyd@...> wrote:
        > Man this nails it!
        > Tomberg once again sez it straight and true.
        >
        > Thanks Bruce
        >
        > Br. Ron
        >
        > ============
        >
        > > ...goal is entirely different from that of Indian Yoga.
        > > For them the important thing is not to be freed from the
        > > earthly element, but to redeem everything earthly from
        > evil.
        >
        > > The idea which forms the basis for this striving is not
        > the
        > > opposition between spirit and matter, but rather the
        > opposition
        > > between good and evil.
        > >
        > > Christianity, not as a philosophical or theological
        > teaching, but as a
        > > active spiritual force in the world, proceeds from the
        > idea that evil
        > > has penetrated into the world and that error, sickness,
        > and death are
        > > its results. Therefore it cannot be Christianity's task
        > to retreat
        > > from that realm, but rather to conquer the evil which has
        > given cause
        > > for error, suffering and death.
        >
        >
        >


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