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.
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WHEN mother welcomed us back in the house after a long day outside at play, we knew there would be caring and love waiting for us within.
There would be food, a soothing bath and a bedtime story. Clean pajamas and sheets were as much Mother’s rule as her unconditional love.
But if correspondence and analogy are the rule that points to spiritual knowledge, how does the universe work in the way of loving Mothers?
Nature knows how to care for her human children, but perhaps in these modern, distracting times modern humans have strayed too far from their offspring, self-interestedly allowed children to play too long outside.
The awesome Mother nature has always waited patiently for our return home, healing and assuaging the self-created darkness of separation and materialism, assaulting the tender soul.
Is it because we forget that nature and humanity are really One Being, that we lose our way?
In these often dark times of spirit, we may have overlooked the Golden Rule, or resisted helping others, instead of living unselfishly and harmlessly for humanity’s needy and down-trodden.
Disease, poverty, hunger and the rise of environmental blights are, it seems, the inevitable result of our separation from the natural, unified state.
The opening proposition of The Secret Doctrine reminds us of the most important Theosophical idea: the “fundamental One Existence, or Absolute Being, must be the REALITY in every form there is.”
“Existence is ONE THING, not any collection of things linked together. Fundamentally there is ONE BEING.”
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