“The Adepts may be called rugged oaks that have no disguise…”

DAILY THEOSOPHY QUOTES Sunday 11th January 2015 “But the Sages we speak of, and their disciples, carry with them the indelible mark and speak the well-known words that show they are beings developed under laws, and not merely persons who, having undergone a childish ordeal, are possessed of a diploma. The Adepts may be called rugged oaks that have no disguise, while the undeveloped man dabbling … Continue reading “The Adepts may be called rugged oaks that have no disguise…”

“Filling the mind with a mass of half-dead images…”

DAILY THEOSOPHY QUOTES Thursday 13th February 2014 “Reading of a certain sort is simply the alcohol habit removed to another plane, and just as some unfortunates live to drink instead of drinking that they may live, so other unfortunates live to read instead of reading that they may learn how to live. Gautama Buddha went so far as to forbid his disciples to read novels … Continue reading “Filling the mind with a mass of half-dead images…”

“To compel the earnest student to dig out many profound truths…”

DAILY THEOSOPHY QUOTES Tuesday 4th February 2014 “Speaking to those who know and believe that HPB was all the time in communication with the Masters in their retreats somewhere on the globe, I can say that a serious series of consultations was held among them as to what should go into “The Secret Doctrine,” and that it was plainly said that the book was to … Continue reading “To compel the earnest student to dig out many profound truths…”