Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: Kim ~ Shekinah
- Kim, ! whew, okay, my point is that Jesus did not have to be married in order to be considered a Rabbi. The point would be that the Messiah would not need to have a physical wife, as is the call in the Rabbinical scripture, because he would already have the full incarnation of the Shekinah within him, the Presence of God, within him and so he would no longer need, they would no longer need, we would no longer need to procreate as in the old way....obviously this is a seed for the future but nonetheless it had to be acheived by one in order for it to be in the world. We have the Nathan Jesus having been able to acheive this.Do you disagree?All good things,Dottie
"If there is something more powerful than destiny, this must be the human being who bears destiny unshaken." Rudolf Steiner
--- On Sat, 2/28/09, Kim <kimgm@...> wrote:
From: Kim <kimgm@...>
Subject: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: Kim ~ Shekinah
Date: Saturday, February 28, 2009, 10:42 PM
Christ has nothing to do with that, as he is a macrcosmic being. Sophia is Microcosmic as well. Who is Isis Mother and Wife to? Kim --- In email@example.com, dottie zold <dottie_z@...> wrote: > > I'm not talking about this mother nor the other mother...I am failing to see what you are trying to say to the fact that Jesus did not have to marry as a Rabbi because he was destined to receive the Christ. d > > "If there is something more powerful than destiny, this must be the human being who bears destiny unshaken." Rudolf Steiner > > --- On Sat, 2/28/09, Kim kimgm@... wrote: > > From: Kim kimgm@... > Subject: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: Kim ~ Shekinah > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Date: Saturday, February 28, 2009, 12:19 PM > > As you remember, Steiner talks about "The Mother of Jesus", which is > not > Maria his Mother. He mentions her in connection with the Wedding, and at > the Cross. > Kim > > --- In email@example.com, dottie zold > dottie_z@ wrote: > > > > Kim, I think with Jesus as the Christ it is very different, he ushered > in a whole new era, a reversal of the Fall. The Wife would be inherent > within him. There would be no need for this runiting, this healing of > the Fall, for there to be a physical wife, the Sophia, Jesus was the > first Rabbi in the new era. So goes my thinking. We can look at so many > 'new' things brought by Jesus leading up to the moment of the Christ > descending. > > > > All good things, > > Dottie > > > > "If there is something more powerful than destiny, this must be the > human being who bears destiny unshaken." Rudolf Steiner > > > > --- On Sat, 2/28/09, Kim kimgm@ wrote: > > > > From: Kim kimgm@ > > Subject: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: Kim ~ Shekinah > > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > > Date: Saturday, February 28, 2009, 11:04 AM > > > > Hi Dottie, > > > > I would add, remember that Isis is both Mother and Wife! > > > > and Antroposophia = Anthropos + Sophia > > > > You mentioned once that the rabbi should have a wife, i think? It's > > important and I think it's a real problem for the Catholic Church. > It's > > vital for the development of the heart to be a pair. > > > > Love, > > Kim > > > > --- In email@example.com, dottie zold > > dottie_z@ wrote: > > > > > > Hi Friends, I picked Frank Chester up from the airport yesterday and > > bemoaned the fact that I had no time for my own research since I began > > the Anthroposophia Conferences three years back. And we began talking > > about the heart and some incredible new discoveries he has found. > > > > > > Frank has shared that he has found out about the 8 muscles that form > > the heart. And he points to other researchers, just as Rudolf Steiner > > has, that he has been able to further not only his work but theirs as > > well. What is truly incredible he will be the first that can speak to > > the reason why, through geometry the heart is exactly the way it is. > > Just as Rudolf Steiner didn't need to say the word 'spirit' in > his > > Philosophy of Freedom as its inherent within ever single word that > makes > > up every single sentence, neither does Frank need so point out that > this > > is where not only the Being sits but also how it is that we come to > know > > our karma: the hearts structure and its function show exactly how it > is > > that the eye of the heart shows peripherary and center at the same > time! > > Not only are we balancing and dealing with what we are sending out but > > also what is coming in! in the same exact moment. > > > > > > This research has great ramifications for how man looks at the heart > > from here on out. The truth of the heart's shape, function and form, > are > > undeniable because it can be shown directly through science and > > geometry. For Steiner students it is even more imperative for us to > get > > what the hearts organ is saying to us in its form as well as what we > are > > required to consciously lunderstand in relations to spirit in the > world > > and its and our ongoing evolution. > > > > > > This brings me to my own thought that whopped me upside the head > > yesterday while I was bemoaning at lunch. Somehow we got to the > Shekinah > > while talking about Sophia and Anthroposophia and it hit me suddenly, > I > > mean literally whopped me silent, the Shekinah is noted as the > 'earthly > > presence of God'! > > > > > > Now, let that sit with you for a minute, those of you who know of > the > > Shekinah and how she it is who was carried forth by the Jews in the > Holy > > of Holies, that none dare enter except those so designated, during > their > > journies. This was before Theosophia of the Greeks. This was before > > Philosophia of Dante's time and those wonderful alchemists. This was > > before the time of Anthroposophia in our time. > > > > > > If we look at this Shekinah, we look at this Isis, I believe we are > > looking at the same figure. I think it is possible. But it is in the > > Jews history that this being, and none other before her in this type > of > > understanding, this being was an 'Earthly presence of God'. An > Earthly > > presence of God. > > > > > > In our time we find one whom Rudolf Steiner called an 'invisible > human > > being' whom we are responsible for. > > > > > > If we read and study Sergei Prokofieff's work we find in the > Appendix > > of his Heavenly Sophia and Being Anthroposophia book, we find mention > of > > the Bat Kol. And what we find is that this Bat Kol was transformed > > during the same time as Jesus was being transformed, receiving the > > Christ, in the Jordan. And at this same time we find the Mary being > > transformed as well. There is the truest of true mysteries in those > > understandings that help us to an imagination of not only the history > of > > this Being Anthroposophia, but also to a new Imagination for our own > > time, one that bespeaks the instreaming of the Sixth Epoch. > > > > > > We are not at the Sixth Epoch, we do not even know how to die > > properly, however, we can have an imagination of what stands before > us, > > just as Dante and also the Greeks had, and as the Jews intimately > > understood and continue to understand. It is the Shekinah that is > > beloved in their Synagogs. It is she they look to within their wives > and > > understand them to be the earthly representative of this Shekinah and > > why it is so important to them that she remain holy, for those who are > > practicing Jews. It is a realy important lesson we can take from those > > Jews who are so conservative with their women folk and their children > > and what they are subjected to during this physical incarnation. > > > > > > Coming back to Frank's work, and Adri's work in relations to > > Rudolf > > Steiner's work and Sergei Prokofieff, we find that the Being > > Anthroposophia resides in the heart where the karma and the way to the > > Christ sits. And for me I am thinking if we consider that this Being, > > the Shekinah, also sits in what is termed the Holy of Holies, are we > > also not talking about the 'heart'! Well, so goes my pondering. > > > > > > All good things, > > > Dottie > > > > > > "If there is something more powerful than destiny, this must be > the > > human being who bears destiny unshaken." Rudolf Steiner > > > > > > > > > > > > > ------------------------------------ > > > > Yahoo! Groups Links > > > > > > > ------------------------------------ > > Yahoo! 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- --- In email@example.com, DB <laquerencia33@...> wrote:
>The right hand is created out of confidence and is meant for work. The left hand is created out of love and is made for blessing. -Rudolf Steiner
> I'm not sure but I'm thinking this:
> <Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear.
> Fuzzy wuzzy had no hair.
> Fuzzy wuzzy wasn't fuzzy,
> Was he?>
> might have something to do with analyses like this:
> Obama's Violin
> by Paul Street
> This article reviews Barack Obama's record since the day of his
> election. That record, we shall see, is deeply consistent with his
> record-setting corporate election funding, including more than $900,000
> from Goldman Sachs and $37.5 million from "FIRE" (the finance, real
> estate, and insurance industries), and with the fact that like, George
> W, Bush in 2004, small donors (people giving a total of $200 or less)
> accounted for just a quarter of his total campaign finance haul.
> It matches former Clinton administration official David Rothkopf's early
> post-election observation that Obama was following the "violin model:
> you hold power with the left hand and you play the music with the right."