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Persistence and Purification – Meditation Only – Rule Three

A meditation to help us reflect on our progress in purifying our mind, emotions, and body so that our “instrument” can better reflect the Divine and be used in service. We are reminded that this is a long progress and we must persist every day in these disciplines for results.

Again this is one of 14 “rules” that are guidelines, or suggestions, for how to safely travel the spiritual path that come from the writings of Alice Bailey. If followed, these guidelines help you to prevent difficulties from emerging later on in your spiritual growth and development.

Persistence and Purification – Rule Three – Rules for Spiritual Growth

This rule has us examine our progress in purifying our mind, emotions, and body so that they can be used in service and reflect the Divine. We are reminded that this is a long progress and we must persist every day in these disciplines for results.

Again this is one of 14 “rules” that are guidelines, or suggestions, for how to safely travel the spiritual path that come from the writings of Alice Bailey. If followed, these guidelines help you to prevent difficulties from emerging later on in your spiritual growth and development.

Motives Regarding Service – Rule Two – Meditation Only

A meditation that helps us examine our motives for being on a spiritual path and starts the process of looking at how we can purify ourselves more to be of service to others. Again this is one of 14 “rules” that are guidelines, or suggestions, for how to safely travel the spiritual path that come from the writings of Alice Bailey. If followed, these guidelines help you to prevent difficulties from emerging later on in your spiritual growth and development.

Motives Regarding Service – Rule Two – Rules for Spiritual Growth

This rule asks us to look more deeply at our motives for being on a spiritual path. The rule also encourages us to examine how we can purify ourselves more to be of more service to others. Again this is one of 14 “rules” that are guidelines, or suggestions, for how to safely travel the spiritual path that come from the writings of Alice Bailey. If followed, these guidelines help you to prevent difficulties from emerging later on in your spiritual growth and development.

The Heart’s Deep Cave – Rule One – Meditation

This meditation gives us an opportunity to reflect upon how much we are truly loving and serving others with an open heart. It also emphasizes the importance of making our desires to love and serve practical in the world so that others can actually experience the benefits and results or our desire to serve them.

The Heart’s Deep Cave – Rule One

These videos previously posted have been redone to make them shorter and even more clear. The rules provide guidelines that if followed will prevent problems from developing later on in our spiritual life. This rule focuses on the first step of approaching the spiritual path out of a sense of love for others, and not just for how it can benefit ourselves.

Ukraine/Russia & Why Integral’s Model May Be Flawed

If you have followed the Integral model like I have — I started in the 1980’s starting with Spectrum of Consciousness — then you are aware (as Tami Simon expressed in her Sounds True interview with Ken Wilber) that the optimistic model of everything going up and getting better and better since Integral Red, may not be an accurate perspective.

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Chains, Globes, Rounds – What Are Globes and Rounds

Get a simplified understanding of what globes and rounds are in the Theosophical system through the use of videos, animations, and a comprehensive explanation.

Chains, Globes, Rounds – What Are Chains?

In all honesty I never expected to go into this topic, but while writing my books about Groups 5 and 6, I began to understand that in order to understand their growth and evolution in the larger scheme of things, I needed to get a greater handle on this topic. I discovered it was horribly confusing. So after 4 months of slogging through 7 books on the topic, and endless hours moving things around in PowerPoint, I finally feel I have gotten a good grasp on the topic — in case you are interested.

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