Jennifer Stuczynski and Pole
HAVING the right tools for a job is essential, just ask any electrician, plumber or carpenter.
Equally important, is that the tools being used are dependable and in good working condition.
Just ask any parachutist, race car driver, mountain climber, or pole vaulter.
On the spiritual level, the purity or impurity of our bodily instrument and senses determine, for better or worse, our soul’s ability to express its unique genius.
Krishna explains this very simply to his disciple, the soul warrior Arjuna, in the 2nd Chapter of The Bhagavad-Gita where he says: “he who hath his senses and organs in control possesses spiritual knowledge.”
Likewise, the quality and adequacy of “the brain and body to transmit and give expression” to the immortal spirit, H. P. Blavatsky wrote in her article Genius, is “the result of Karma.” And offers an analogy:
“… the physical is the musical instrument, and the Ego, the performing artist.”
No skill of the soul she wrote, “can awaken faultless harmony out of a broken or badly made instrument.” The physical “may be a priceless Stradivarius or a cheap and cracked fiddle,” she says.
Zoe Bloomfield with her cracked $7000 violin. Photo: Nick Moir
But sometimes physical limitations can be successfully overridden. The genius of Paganini, for instance, even burdened by a “cracked fiddle,” would still produce more perfect music from a damaged instrument, than could a lesser musician.
Posted in Brain, Mind, Consciousness, & Beyond, Education, Paranormal & Unexplained, Psychology & Human Nature, Reincarnation & Karma
Tagged Annie Sullivan, awakening, Barb Guerra, brain, childhood, consciousness, cosmic, courage, evolution, faith, fetus, genius, Helena Keller, hope, identity, immortality, intellect, karma, matter, memory, mind, Miracle Worker, music, Nick Vujicic, occultism, perseverance, Reincarnation, seven, Siddhartha, soul., spiritual, Stradivarius, substance, violin, will, yoga
WHEN disturbing, destructive events invade our collective human consciousness, we have the power as spiritual beings to transmute and heal those negative energies.
If there is news of corruption, greed, suffering — embedding their messages into our psyches — how do we counter their debilitating influences – mental, physical and psychological?
The forces impacting our personal, national and global life, have taught us much about ‘inherent evil.’ But what of ‘inherent good?’
This week, we intended a post about modern cosmology and evolution, in the light of Theosophy.
We choose, instead to focus on optimism and light, against the numbing pessimism of materialism. Continue reading
Posted in Avatars & Karmic Agents, Health, Healing, & Wholeness, Psychology & Human Nature, Society & Humanity
Tagged astral, blavatsky, chopra, consciousness, corruption, divine, Earth, Ego, evil, evolution, global, god, good, hope, Ions, Laszlo, light, man, noetic, optimism, paradox, ray, shift, space, spiritual, suffering