Re: Angles, Initiation, and Us
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "dottie zold" wrote:
> ... But how do we raise ourselves to actually meet this angelhow
> objectively? This is the work of spiritual science, these are what
> the exercises of Rudolf Steiner's teachings bring about if we are
> really working towards our sympathies and antipathies. No matter
> much knowledge we have about this or that matters really. It has toto
> be moved through an objective nature into a working nature. If
> objectivety has not been found it will be a fantasy. And it seems
> me a place where the adversary as an imposter can move in. This isDottie, it's good to hear your voice again! I came across
> why Rudolf Steiner's concentration excercises are so important: you
> let no thought in without it being thoroughly checked. And that is
> what Bradford is really good at making sure you have done.
> All good things,
a term yesterday, in one of my textbooks. (Yep, it's back
to school again.) Intersubjectivity. Have you heard that?
I thought about it in relation to what you say here about
objectivity and wonder about the nuances separating them.