Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: First Class Research (what about Bob?)
- Well, I for one, am real glad Rudolf Steiner, Jacob
Boehme, Harvey Bornfield and other great grail stream
authors were not silent. It is my thought that when
one has the Christ experience it is not proper to hide
the Light under the bushel any longer. No matter how
it is interpreted by others.
--- Valerie Walsh <wdenval@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org,__________________________________________________
> dottie zold
> <dottie_z@...> wrote:
> > Dear Dan,
> > I am wondering if you have read the Pistis Sophia
> > the Nag Hammadi Library?
> I am wondering if this is the same as "The Sophia of
> Jesus Christ." If
> so, Dan recently supplied the link for it and this
> was my favorite part:
> "And the immortals, whom I have just described, all
> have authority from
> Immortal Man, who is called 'Silence', because by
> reflecting without
> speech all her own majesty was perfected."
> Silence then-the ultimate in brevity-really is
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- "Humans believe training a dog to respond to words will allow them to
communicate with animals. But animals only care about fulfillment.
They don't train each other, they fulfill each other's needs. If a dog
is 100% fulfilled, you may not even need verbal commands to
communicate. That's when the relationship between humans and dogs
reach it's highest level when you're using that elusive, magical
"sixth sense." Isn't that what we all strive for?"