You lived in India, hence you would also be aware of the real spiritual masters - Sri Guru Babaji, Shirdi Sai, Agastya etc. Just that there are 100s of fraudsters and fakes, do we simply reject all spiritual gurus without truly evaluating them by their works. Is that the yardstick?
There are so many new age material/messages out there, so what would you recommend to someone asking about Cs?
Would you recommend - Read Wave / transcripts and then form your opinion.
The same logic applies to all. Read in detail, understand and form your opinion.
Coincidentally, I was reading Chapter 72 again and I found something that connects to what we have all been having a go at -
There is no need to fear the absorption of false information when you are simply openly seeking to acquire knowledge.
This last remark is crucial: “when you are simply openly seeking to acquire knowledge.” I know that everyone who is seeking thinks that they are open, but if you carefully examine your thoughts, you will discover that you have a lot of beliefs and assumptions that you expect your seeking to confirm.
The following comments elaborate on this:
October 22, 1994
A: And knowledge forms the protection – all the protection you could ever need. … [People who claim to be receiving knowledge by faith who later find that they have received false information] … are not really gathering knowledge. These people are stuck at some point in their pathway to progress and they are undergoing a hidden manifestation of what is referred to in your terms as obsession. Obsession is not knowledge, obsession is stagnation. So, when one becomes obsessed, one actually closes off the absorption and the growth and the progress of soul development which comes with the gaining of true knowledge. For when one becomes obsessed one deteriorates the protection therefore one is open to problems, to tragedies, to all sorts of difficulties. Therefore one experiences same.
I continue to refer to and read the works (of Indian origin) from Vallalar, Ramana Maharishi, Agastya, Thirumoolar, Sri Guru Babaji & lineage, and other materials with different perspectives such as Ra, Cs, Seth, Michael Newton's books, ELizabeth Haich and yes, the books from Wisdom Temple - whatever I could understand little, I see the same underlying message - All is Lessons, The Earnest Seeker will continue on the path of Knowledge (Wisdom) and Self- realisation in life or after-life - shortwave/longwave. Only when a person pierces the veils that stand between the limited mind and unlimited self, can the soul be liberated from eternal bondage to the life-death cycles.
If one is expecting subconsciously fakes and for quick fixes in life, that is what manifests in one's life. The earnest seeker knows the risks and patiently reviews the messages/underlying philosophy before taking a path. The earnest seeker is also open to receiving and properly evaluating other concepts of which he/she was not aware of to start with.
I make it clear again - I don't wish to proselytise here. I had posted a Question for the Cs. As simple as that. But I value the attention and questions the message got.👍🤒😄
Regarding mentioning 2023/2024, my Spiritual Mentor (not connected to Wisdom Temple, he is from a different Siddha lineage) has foreseen certain global events. So, that's why I mentioned it. His other advise - Don't be fearful, be grateful for every living moment.
Thank you for your views.🙏