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Re: [steiner] Re: "Swedenborg's Power of Vision"", by Rudolf Steiner

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  • LilOleMissy
    It s amazing how much I learn for myself just by typing up such wonderful things, Sonia, and I m the one to profit. I m really happy to have made your day - :)
    Message 1 of 5 , Dec 18, 2004
      It's amazing how much I learn for myself just by typing up such
      wonderful things, Sonia, and I'm the one to profit. I'm really happy to
      have made your day - :) but I do wish we had something about Loyola
      other than what is found in the Kar. Rel. series and perhaps "somewhere"
      else! I'm beginning to wonder just where to look. Today in response to a
      kind friend, I became immersed in Steiner's November 1917 lectures, five
      entitled [in my 1946 edition!] "Psychoanalysis in the Light of
      Anthroposophy" and even though I'd read it before, I felt ashamed to
      have missed so very much, and in particular in regard to the effects we
      reap in subsequent lives from our current moral standards. So very much
      is explained I should have been using in my work, but to salve my
      bruised ego, I hastily recalled the fact that we don't absorb certain
      matters until we are ripe for them. :)

      I was very glad to see your recent question about the Etheric Christ and
      didn't know just what to say, nor do I now. All of us most definitely
      should wake up, and somehow I have the feeling that perhaps many people
      actually have! I hope that's not a contradiction in terms, since we're
      increasingly seeing ever more vicious attacks against Christianity per
      se - but then the Etheric Christ isn't conventional Christianity as it's
      usually thought of. Somewhere Steiner mentions Anthroposophy is - or may
      be - similar to the early Christians down in their Roman catecombs for
      so very long before being widely enough accepted to see the light of
      day! Regardless, it seems to me that while the Etheric Christ is
      working, perhaps without our recognition, that it is we who lack a
      proper ability to work in a right way with and for Him without a proper
      awareness - we simply must do our best.

      Cheers Indeed!

      Sheila

      soniaeasley2002 wrote:

      >
      > Missy,
      >
      > Thank you so very much for this posting on Swedenborg. Bless your
      > heart for sharing. This lecture has made my day.
      >
      > Cheers,
      >
      > Sonia
      >
      > --- In steiner@yahoogroups.com, LilOleMissy <lilolemissy@s...> wrote:
      > >
      > > Swedenborg's Power of Vision, by Rudolf Steiner, Dornach, 12
      > September
      > > 1915 [From anthroposophic News Sheet, 7th year, No. 14, 2 April,
      > 1939]
      > >
      >
    • sonia easley
      Sheila, I decided to read one of Swedenborg s books. I understood that Heaven and Hell was the most popular. I knew something was missing when I found no
      Message 2 of 5 , Dec 19, 2004

        Sheila,

         

        I decided to read one of Swedenborg's books.  I understood that Heaven and Hell was the most popular.  I knew something was missing when I found no mention at all of reincarnation and karma.  Perhaps these subjects appear in another book by this author. 

         

        Nevertheless, after reading the post by you, Swedenborg�s Power of Vision, I noted the comments by RS regarding Swedenborg not being able to understand the spirits from Mars, and also that we must be able to join the choir of angelic beings in order to truly understand truth without falling into pure imagination.  Steiner's respectful words related to Swedenborg's scientific contributions touched me.  And, RS pointed out that Swedenborg was a product of his time.

         

        In Karmic Relationships, Volume 8, RS stated his surprise that Loyola would pledge allegiance to the Popes' -unconditionally.  It is with this solemn dedication that Loyola stayed on after his earthly death to guide the Jesuit movement, even though, according to RS, the movement was taken over by less than good forces.  Then Loyola experiences his new expression as Emanual Swedenborg.

         

        It seems difficult to pull these two individualities together.  Knowing why they are related and relevant to each other is the intriguing puzzle for me at present

         

        Warmest regards,

         

        Sonia


        LilOleMissy <lilolemissy@...> wrote:
        It's amazing how much I learn for myself just by typing up such
        wonderful things, Sonia, and I'm the one to profit. I'm really happy to
        have made your day - :)  but I do wish we had something about Loyola
        other than what is found in the Kar. Rel. series and perhaps "somewhere"
        else! I'm beginning to wonder just where to look. Today in response to a
        kind friend, I became immersed in Steiner's November 1917 lectures, five
        entitled [in my 1946 edition!] "Psychoanalysis in the Light of
        Anthroposophy" and even though I'd read it before, I felt ashamed to
        have missed so very much, and in particular in regard to the effects we
        reap in subsequent lives from our current moral standards. So very much
        is explained I should have been using in my work, but to salve my
        bruised ego, I hastily recalled the fact that we don't absorb certain
        matters until we are ripe for them. :)

        I was very glad to see your recent question about the Etheric Christ and
        didn't know just what to say, nor do I now. All of us most definitely
        should wake up, and somehow I have the feeling that perhaps many people
        actually have! I hope that's not a contradiction in terms, since we're
        increasingly seeing ever more vicious attacks against Christianity per
        se - but then the Etheric Christ isn't conventional Christianity as it's
        usually thought of. Somewhere Steiner mentions Anthroposophy is - or may
        be - similar to the early Christians down in their Roman catecombs for
        so very long before being widely enough accepted to see the light of
        day! Regardless, it seems to me that while the Etheric Christ is
        working, perhaps without our recognition, that it is we who lack a
        proper ability to work in a right way with and for Him without a proper
        awareness - we simply must do our best.

        Cheers Indeed!

        Sheila

        soniaeasley2002 wrote:

        >
        > Missy,
        >
        > Thank you so very much for this posting on Swedenborg.  Bless your
        > heart for sharing.  This lecture has made my day.
        >
        > Cheers,
        >
        > Sonia
        >
        > --- In steiner@yahoogroups.com, LilOleMissy <lilolemissy@s...> wrote:
        > >
        > > Swedenborg's Power of Vision, by Rudolf Steiner, Dornach, 12
        > September
        > > 1915 [From anthroposophic News Sheet, 7th year, No. 14, 2 April,
        > 1939]
        > >
        >


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      • LilOleMissy
        Dear Sonia, How great to read Swedenborg! :) It says a lot about your discrimination of thought and contemplation to spot so much in Steiner s words, and it
        Message 3 of 5 , Dec 19, 2004
          Dear Sonia,

          How great to read Swedenborg! :) It says a lot about your discrimination
          of thought and contemplation to spot so much in Steiner's words, and it
          seems to me the impulses at work during the 4th Post Atlantean Epoch
          very often come to us during the 5th P.A. Epoch in a very different
          form, an evolving of consciousness, perhaps, so to say. I think it is in
          "From Jesus to Christ" where Steiner compares so minutely the Jesuit
          Path and a differing Path as well as how they effect the individuality
          and mankind et al in general. I wonder if Loyola might be mentioned
          somewhere in that work?! I don't believe I've thought to look for him
          there. It's interesting also how such a strong scientific impulse was at
          work within Swedenborg. The plot thickens - keep us posted? :)

          Cheers!!!!!

          Sheila

          sonia easley wrote:

          > *Sheila,*
          >
          > * *
          >
          > *I decided to read one of Swedenborg's books. I understood that
          > /Heaven and Hell/ was the most popular. I knew something was missing
          > when I found no mention at all of reincarnation and karma. Perhaps
          > these subjects appear in another book by this author. *
          >
          > **
          >
          > *Nevertheless, after reading the post by you, /Swedenborg’s Power of
          > Vision/, I noted the comments by RS regarding Swedenborg not being
          > able to understand the spirits from Mars, and also that we must be
          > able to join the choir of angelic beings in order to truly understand
          > truth without falling into pure imagination. Steiner's respectful
          > words related to Swedenborg's scientific contributions touched me.
          > And, RS pointed out that Swedenborg was a product of his time.*
          >
          > * *
          >
          > *In Karmic Relationships, Volume 8, RS stated his surprise that Loyola
          > would pledge allegiance to the Popes' -unconditionally. It is with
          > this solemn dedication that Loyola stayed on after his earthly death
          > to guide the Jesuit movement, even though, according to RS, the
          > movement was taken over by less than good forces. Then Loyola
          > experiences his new expression as Emanual Swedenborg.*
          >
          > **
          >
          > *It seems difficult to pull these two individualities together.
          > Knowing why they are related and relevant to each other is the
          > intriguing puzzle for me at present*
          >
          > **
          >
          > *Warmest regards,*
          >
          > **
          >
          > *Sonia*
          >
          >
          > */LilOleMissy <lilolemissy@...>/* wrote:
          >
          > It's amazing how much I learn for myself just by typing up such
          > wonderful things, Sonia, and I'm the one to profit. I'm really
          > happy to
          > have made your day - :) but I do wish we had something about Loyola
          > other than what is found in the Kar. Rel. series and perhaps
          > "somewhere"
          > else! I'm beginning to wonder just where to look. Today in
          > response to a
          > kind friend, I became immersed in Steiner's November 1917
          > lectures, five
          > entitled [in my 1946 edition!] "Psychoanalysis in the Light of
          > Anthroposophy" and even though I'd read it before, I felt ashamed to
          > have missed so very much, and in particular in regard to the
          > effects we
          > reap in subsequent lives from our current moral standards. So very
          > much
          > is explained I should have been using in my work, but to salve my
          > bruised ego, I hastily recalled the fact that we don't absorb certain
          > matters until we are ripe for them. :)
          >
          > I was very glad to see your recent question about the Etheric
          > Christ and
          > didn't know just what to say, nor do I now. All of us most definitely
          > should wake up, and somehow I have the feeling that perhaps many
          > people
          > actually have! I hope that's not a contradiction in terms, since
          > we're
          > increasingly seeing ever more vicious attacks against Christianity
          > per
          > se - but then the Etheric Christ isn't conventional Christianity
          > as it's
          > usually thought of. Somewhere Steiner mentions Anthroposophy is -
          > or may
          > be - similar to the early Christians down in their Roman catecombs
          > for
          > so very long before being widely enough accepted to see the light of
          > day! Regardless, it seems to me that while the Etheric Christ is
          > working, perhaps without our recognition, that it is we who lack a
          > proper ability to work in a right way with and for Him without a
          > proper
          > awareness - we simply must do our best.
          >
          > Cheers Indeed!
          >
          > Sheila
          >
          > soniaeasley2002 wrote:
          >
          >
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