April-June 2007


The Opportunity in the Higher Interlude — Editorial
Why is it so difficult for humanity to grasp the values and goals that people of common sense know are right and good? What impinges on humanity's receptivity to the guidance of the new group of world servers, who serve both as the recipients of impression from Hierarchy and as the impressing agents on behalf of humanity? The major obstruction that impedes the effectiveness of their efforts is human selfishness, for it creates an "interruption of impression".

Group Intuition Dispels World Illusion — Djwhal Khul

The Revival of Mysticism — Alice. A. Bailey

One of the great revelations which has come almost unnoticed to humanity during the past century has been the slow dawning upon our consciousness of the fact of our own inherent essential divinity.

Invoking the Plan for the Aquarian Cycle — Sarah McKechnie

Each tiny filament in the insect's eye sees a fragment of an image but only a fragment. Perhaps, in the same way, each human monad contributes to the collective vision of humanity. Only the totality of human monads can demonstrate to Deity that humanity has a completed vision of the created worlds.

Light — Brian Arrowsmith

All of evolution, whether of the human being or of nature, is primarily a reaching for or a growing into light. So we can understand that life is an ever-expanding awareness and revelation of Light.

Group Tension and Revelation — Ruth Kelland

When a member of the group asks a question from the Evening Review or ponders on a seed thought, a connection lights up across the planet. The group soul is activated. We're thinking and asking together, as a group, for group good. The Answer—A Story — John March

Satyagraha —Glass, Gandhi and the Bhagavad-Gita — Kenneth Archer and Millicent Hodson

Satyagraha is part of a trilogy of operas by Glass about politics, science and religion through the lives of towering historical figures…The music of Satyagraha, despite many highly dramatic moments, is fundamentally a rhythmic chant with rich orchestration, a ritualistic structure based on repetition.

The Life and Work of Edward Bach, Physician and Genius — Linda Abrey

In the spring of 1930 Dr Bach gave up all his other work and, at the age of 43, obeying his divine inspiration and intuition, vowed to find "cures" only within the realm of nature. He no longer wished to use bacteria in the healing process.

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