Rép. : [anthroposophy] Re: ok i'm ready
I meditate on a similar theme to the eloquent Danny. In nothingness
one can find the "All", but I would council a novice meditator (and I
most certainly fall into this category) to ask the hierarchies for
protection. This is because as most on this list would agree, the
"All" contains many super-sensible shadows and I believe that if one
acknowledges their existence by seeking refuge in the light, such an
illumination will help prevent attacks on one's unconcious by the
I am definitley NO authority on this, but like Maurice felt an urge to
pass on a practice that is dear to me.
Danny, I loved the quote from Goethe. It appeals to my Taoist leanings.
--- In email@example.com, danifyou@t... wrote:
> Dear Daniel,
> Bradford was right to tell - anytime let me know if you need help...
> Depends also of what you want.
> My method is very simple - almost corollary thus
> No one will engage in it,
> Preferring a system with
> All kinds of ritualizings -
> Which well working
> Can also though
> Send you right into a state Self
> Connection Most Blessed!
> As for my own meditative way,
> I call it, say, Goethean Contemporary.
> For being the Will use to Mind Vacancy,
> Or in other words-See
> These thoughts by Goethe once given away:
> "It is in the Nothingness that I expect to find the All!"
> And so,
> Lo! :-O
> Have a Good Genius-Genial
> Motherly-Inspired Devachan(ic) Pal! :)