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Liber LXXI The Voice of the Silence / The Two Paths / The Seven Portals
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udent against accepting his rewards. There is one method of meditation in which the Student kills thoughts as they arise by the reflection, “That’... region, the place between thin eyes, when it becomes the breath of the ONE-SOUL, the voice which filleth all, thy Master’s voice. This verse teaches t... sense destroyed past resurrection. This is again filled with deeper meaning than that which appears on the surface. The ... the climb anew. Remember Lot’s wife. \\ > 66. Kill in thyself all memory of past experiences. Look not behind or thou
The Seven Portals
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smoking. The first paragraph of this verse rather means that filling of the cup of Babalon with every drop of blood... is also true that He may spend a great deal of time in killing or other wise instructing men, but He has not got at all the old conception. The ordinary Buddhist... nable to see anything but details. Bhikkhu Ananda Metteyya once refused to undertake the superintenden
The Two Paths
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] </tabs> ====== The Two Paths ====== ==== Fragments from the Book of the Golden Precepts ==== ==== FRAGMENT II The Two Paths ==== \\ > 1. And now, O Teacher of Compassion, point thou the way to other men. Behold, all those who knocking for admission, a... “The Voice of the Silence.” It should not be assumed that this is the case. However, assuming that th
The Voice of the Silence
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udent against accepting his rewards. There is one method of meditation in which the Student kills thoughts as they arise by the reflection, “That’... region, the place between thin eyes, when it becomes the breath of the ONE-SOUL, the voice which filleth all, thy Master’s voice. This verse teaches t... sense destroyed past resurrection. This is again filled with deeper meaning than that which appears on the surface. The ... the climb anew. Remember Lot’s wife. \\ > 66. Kill in thyself all memory of past experiences. Look not behind or thou