Wednesday, August 26, 2015
by Connie Kadansky, D.D. from Ageless Wisdom University, current student at TSG University
(image is Patagonia Lake in Arizona)
Recently, I attended a lecture of a medical doctor. He started out by saying "America is getting dumber and dumber." He spoke about the choices of the food we eat, along with the various ways we distract ourselves from living our purpose. It caused me to ponder on the virtue of discrimination, and how that plays a major role in how we spend our time. Am becoming more aware of the energy we may be giving to things that are not important and wasting vital energy that could be used more wisely.
We have a choice to distinguish between what is essential and what is non-essential.
In Psyche and Psychism Torkom writes that "the sense of discrimination stands for the highest good, and the shortest path of evolution for a human being. It saves time, energy and health and makes you successful, powerful and beautiful."
Are we on the Path to Infinity or are we wandering around the jungle and getting distracted by chaos, pride, glamours, illusions, vices, blind urges, drives and pleasures of the physical bodies?
Where in your life can you use more Discrimination?
In the newly released book, Psychology of Imagination and Visualization it states that those who have developed discrimination and intuition will be able to draw powerful and revolutionary currents from the Plan and from Higher Worlds to introduce changes into the fields in which they work. This is how the life of the world improves and makes people actualize talents sleeping in them and put them out for the service of others.
It is important to repeat that creative imagination works with discrimination and intuition. Discrimination decides the course of its action. Intuition provides the visions, ideas and revelations. Creative imagination orchestrates them to meet the needs of life.
As you know, there is another definition for discrimination which means treatment or consideration of, or making a distinction in favor of or against, a person or thing based on the group, class, or category to which that person or thing belongs rather than on individual merit: racial or religious intolerance and discrimination. That is not the discrimination we are referring to.
Thursday, August 13, 2015
by Robert Constas
The Ageless Wisdom is the sum total of all the highest common denominators in all traditions, religions and teachings that serve the upliftment of the common good. It appreciates the wisdom and beauty in all traditions and in all areas of human endeavor, including politics, education, communication and philosophy, art, science, religion and economics.
The Ageless Wisdom is like a rainbow with many beautiful colors, pointing the way toward the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. From one viewpoint the rainbow curves all around the planet, embracing all people. From another perspective, it is a vertical column of many colors extending from the surface of the earth upward toward the Higher Worlds. The true pot of gold is located in the Higher Worlds.