Re: Light = Life, Life = Light
Posted By: denzil francis In Response To: Light = Life, Life = Light (Mama Ma'at)
Date: Saturday, 31 July 2004, at 7:08 a.m.
In Response To: Light = Life, Life = Light (Mama Ma'at)
give thanks one and all, de topic interest me , right now i`ve read alot of books from the bible to other holy books,to things we call new age stuff etc,and to speek of there eccence they talk strongly about the spiritual quest; how we have to meditate to see some light,rituals mantras and so on.
de bredren talk about vibrational attributes we need to resonate certain frequencies in order to see God Fullnes (as he said it might be possible).can he varify which of all these new age stuff what is comfortable for Rastas and why? does he know of any learned masters in the earth . shouildnt they com forward and enlightened who really want to now the whole truth? one out of all these ideas- the kabblah sepiroth intrigues me sound s like a palatable story but rastas are not talking about this fundemental why? are we afraid of the unknown?
am saying if this is the staying power of any nation how come we are not been taught early. the sepirorth arctechure is said to be the bluw print of the cosmos , body, mind etc my question is clear is this true. blesesd . Ichaar
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