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C. W. Leadbeater IL PIANO ASTRALE: IL SUO SCENARIO, GLI ABITANTI ED I FENOMENI Traduzione di Silvia Cecchini e Ezio Sposato. The drawing and painting of the Thought-Forms observed by Mr Leadbeater or by . shall classify and arrange these, he inevitably plunges into the astral plane. a church organ or by a military band than when it is performed upon a piano, . c. w. leadbeater (E-kitapları) C. W. Leadbeater. E-Kitap. Youcanprint. – 7,26 TL Il Piano Astrale – Suo Aspetto, suoi Abitanti e Fenomeni Parapsicologici.

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Some Glimpses of Occultism. As the thought strengthens and expands, these beautiful wings change their colour to violet and become like the petals of a flower, and overlap one another in an intricate but exceedingly effective pattern. Sympathy and Love for all. Riprenditi questa triste chiara-visione; prendi dai miei occhi questa luce crudele! The Nature of Sensitiveness. Please review your cart. The yellow forms accompanied the endeavour to communicate intellectual fortitude, or mental strength and courage.

Perhaps we can hardly wonder that King Suddhodana shrank somewhat from the idea of this mendicant life for his firstborn son, and wished rather that his royal line should be perpetuated and elevated.

His teaching also recognizes the different types of men, and the need of some of them for fuller knowledge than would be comprehensible to others.

The latter persisted for some minutes, constantly streaming its luminous yellow ‘message’ upon B. The movements are rectilinear, but two rectilinear vibrations of equal amplitude acting at right angles to each other generate a circle if they alternate precisely, an ellipse if the alternations are less regular or the amplitudes unequal.

Grains of fine sand or spores are leadbfater over the surface, and the edge of the plate is bowed. Some such forms are very striking and impressive, and naturally their variety is infinite. How to write a great review.

It is nevertheless unwarranted, for Theosophy neither attacks nor opposes any form of religion; on the contrary, it explains and harmonizes all. If it were so, Christianity would stand self-convicted as an imperfect religion; but the truth is that it is not so, for Christianity also has had its mysteries and its inner teachings, and naturally these inner teachings are precisely the same as those of all the other faiths of the world, since all of them are endeavors to state from different points of view the great Truth which lies behind all of them alike.

Another reference to this doctrine occurs in the story of the man who was born blind, and was brought to Jesus to be cured. The strong pure yellow marks the beholder’s enthusiastic recognition of the technical skill of the artist, while all the other colours are expressions of the various emotions evoked within him by the examination of so glorious a work of art. Perhaps the poet does not give us the literal meaning of each word as accurately as other Oriental scholars; perhaps his work is rather a splendid paraphrase than a verbal translation; but this at least I know, that he gives as no other has yet given in English the spirit which permeates this mighty Oriental faith.


We have an evil heredity behind us in this matter, for we have inherited all kinds of funereal horrors from our forefathers, and so we are used to them, and we do not see the absurdity and the monstrosity of them. This change is only temporary; it passes off in a few seconds, and the astral body rapidly resumes its usual condition. Besant in The Birth and Evolution of the Soul.

His only definite sensations are despair and the sense of his personal loss, and these declare themselves in regular bands of brown-grey and leaden grey, while the very curious downward protrusion, which actually descends into the grave and enfolds leadbater coffin, is an expression of strong selfish desire to draw the dead man back into physical life. Identify each web page that allegedly contains infringing material.

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The majority of human thoughts, however, are by no means simple. The idea that man is capable of attaining this perfection, or deification as it is often called in the writings of the Fathers, would probably be considered sacrilegious by many of our modern theological writers, yet it was clearly held by the early Fathers, and they knew its attainment to be a possibility.

The Appreciation of a Picture. The conditions of the world now are different from any that have previously existed; the invention of printing has made it possible to spread Page 76 knowledge abroad in a new way, and those who stand behind and direct the destinies of the world have thought it well that a small corner of the veil should be lifted, and that something at least of what has so long been jealously guarded should be put freely and openly before the eyes of men.

The basis of utter selfishness out of which the upper one springs is very characteristic and instructive. It can only be fully understood it we take it thus as a whole, not in mere fragments, and as an introduction to astral development. It is our earnest hope—as it is our belief—that this little book will serve as a striking moral lesson to every reader, making him realise the nature and power of his thoughts, acting as a stimulus to the noble, a curb on the base.

In cases in which leabeater or evil thoughts are projected at individuals, those thoughts, if they are to directly fulfil their mission, must find, in the aura of the object to whom they are sent, materials capable of responding sympathetically to their vibrations. Yet none can doubt that we have here a beautiful story embodying the life of a most saintly man of splendid purity of life and wonderful clearness of spiritual vision. Pianoo Secret Teachings of All Ages.


The large violet protrusion there is evidently the opening chord of a phrase, and if we follow the outer line of the form upward and round the lexdbeater we may obtain some idea of the character of that phrase. Generally speaking, it has a deeper and duller tint if the intellect astrle directed chiefly into lower channels, more especially if the objects are selfish.

What is the use of all this progress that we see taking place around us if it is not leadbwater towards a definite end? They appear here almost as they were delivered, except that, now they are all brought together, some repetitions are excised, and a few quotations are given more fully than in the original lecture.

Yellow in any of man’s vehicles always indicates intellectual capacity, but its shades vary very much, and it may be complicated by the admixture of other hues. Here we have no amorphous mass with quivering lines and explosive fragments, but a powerful, clear-cut and definite thought, obviously full of force and resolution.

LEADBEATER: Some Glimpses of Occultism

The fact that death has approached so near has evidently evoked in the mind of the mourner the thought that it may one day come to him also, and the anticipation of this is very terrible to him; but since he does not know what it is that he fears, the clouds in which his feeling is manifested are appropriately vague.

Presently this doctrine comes to be written down, lest it should be forgotten or distorted, and so a scripture arises. Since, according to theological teaching, he is astralee to be the judge on this occasion, surely his account of the proceedings must be correct, and his explanation of the basis upon which the decisions will be astrle must be accurate and conclusive. Articles on the subject are appearing in papers unconnected with the Theosophical Society, and a medical specialist [1] has collected a large number of cases in which the colour of the aura of persons of various types and temperaments is recorded by him.

It will be noted that both of them take the flash-like form, though the upper is irregular in its shape, while the lower represents a steadiness of intention which is far more dangerous.