“The feeling of Egoity…”

DAILY THEOSOPHY QUOTES Wednesday 21st┬áJanuary 2015 “We distinguish between the simple fact of self-consciousness, the simple feeling that “I am I,” and the complex thought that “I am Mr. Smith” or “Mrs. Brown.” Believing as we do in a series of births for the same Ego, or re-incarnation, this distinction is the fundamental pivot of the whole idea. You see “Mr. Smith” really means a … Continue reading “The feeling of Egoity…”

“Boundless, infinite, and unconditioned…”

DAILY THEOSOPHY QUOTES Friday 16th January 2015 “En-Soph, the unrevealed forever, who is boundless and unconditioned, cannot create, and therefore it seems to us a great error to attribute to him a “creative thought,” as is commonly done by the interpreters. In every cosmogony this supreme Essence is passive; if boundless, infinite, and unconditioned, it can have no thought nor idea. It acts not as … Continue reading “Boundless, infinite, and unconditioned…”

“The embodiment of the highest practical Theosophy…”

DAILY THEOSOPHY QUOTES Tuesday 13th January 2015 “And now a last and parting word. My words may and will pass and be forgotten, but certain sentences from letters written by the Masters will never pass, because they are the embodiment of the highest practical Theosophy. I must translate them for you:- “* * * Let not the fruit of good Karma be your motive; for … Continue reading “The embodiment of the highest practical Theosophy…”

“The Individuality suffers through his Personality…”

DAILY THEOSOPHY QUOTES Tuesday 31st December 2013 “The new “personality” is no better than a fresh suit of clothes with its specific characteristics, colour, form and qualities; but the real man who wears it is the same culprit as of old. It is the individuality who suffers through his “personality.” And it is this, and this alone, that can account for the terrible, still only … Continue reading “The Individuality suffers through his Personality…”

“The rays of the eternal divine Mind…”

DAILY THEOSOPHY QUOTES Wednesday 24th July 2013 “Manas is a “principle,” and yet it is an “Entity” and individuality or Ego. He is a “God,” and yet he is doomed to an endless cycle of incarnations, for each of which he is made responsible, and for each of which he has to suffer. … “Try to imagine a “Spirit,” a celestial Being, whether we call … Continue reading “The rays of the eternal divine Mind…”