HUNDREDS of facts and thousands details in a book can be understood by any average analytical and reasoning mind.
But intellectual understanding does not usually come with directions for living our life, or correctly reading the fine print.
Because, “the intellect alone,” as William Q. Judge wrote in the Ocean of Theosophy, “is cold, heartless and selfish.”
Backing this up, Blavatsky says in an article, that “Great intellectual powers are often no proof of, but are impediments to spiritual and right conceptions.”
Altruism, a power that is surely a blend of feelings and mind, exemplifies, Blavatsky wrote, “real Theosophy.”
The core heart power of Devotion, which underlies the universe, according to The Secret Doctrine (1:210), “is innate in us, and which we find alike in human babe and the young of the animal.”
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