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Preface of the book ‘Mysteries and Symbols of the Soul’ by Doride Zelle

As human beings, we do not only live in an era of change but most notably also in a change of era. We find ourselves at the beginning of a 2160-year period that is known as the age of Aquarius or the Aquarius era. Consolidated structures are eroding, as new cosmic forces drive mankind towards consciousness and renewal. It concerns a development that is entirely in keeping with the divine plan. This development, this changing from a material to an etheric predominance, finds its purpose in building regeneration out of degeneration. Continue reading

Open conference 2018 ‘Mysteries of the Soul’ in London – November 15, 16, 17 – Golden Rosycross

 

Humanity en masse neglects the soul. Many problems we encounter are directly or indirectly the result of denying and ignoring this most essential aspect of ourself and our fellow human beings. There are many forces in the world that keep us away from caring for our soul.
Yet there is every reason for hope. During our recent era, the human personality has developed in such a way that the soul aspect has been awakened in many people and is indeed growing and becoming more active.
Do you know that you live on earth because you are Continue reading

New free online-program October – December 2018: Mysteries of the soul – Becoming a spirit inspired person

20-10 Living from a sense of unity, spiritual text 1, reflection 1
27-10 Transcending dualities, spiritual text 2, reflection 2
03-11 Connecting the three aspects of the soul, spiritual text 3, reflection 3
10-11 Development in the four worlds, spiritual text 4reflection 4
17-11 Controlling the five states of mind, spiritual text 5, reflection 5
24-11 Renewal through the six emanations, spiritual text 6, reflection 6
01-12 Using the seven golden keys, spiritual text 7, reflection 7
08-12 Conveying the eightfold path, spiritual text 8, reflection 8
15-12 Working with the nine spiritual gifts, spiritual text 9, reflection 9

Humanity en masse neglects the soul. Many problems we encounter are directly or indirectly the result of denying and ignoring this most essential aspect of ourself and our fellow human beings. There are many forces in the world that keep us away from caring for our soul. 

Yet there is every reason for hope. During our recent era, the human personality has developed in such a way that the soul aspect has been awakened in many people and is indeed growing and becoming more active. Do you know that you live on earth because you are Continue reading

Long quotations from ‘The admonition of the soul’ by Hermes Trismegistus’

You ought, o soul, to get sure knowledge
of your own being, and of its forms and aspects.
Do not think that any one of the things
of which you must seek to get knowledge
is outside of you;
no, all things that you ought to get knowledge of
are in your possession, and within you.
Beware then of being led into error
by seeking elsewhere the things which are in your possession.
Many men forget where these things are to be found,
and look for them outside themselves,
and are thereby led into error,
but afterwards remember, and become aware that these things are within them, and not outside of them.
The things of which you have to get knowledge exist Continue reading

Reincarnation of the microcosm and liberation of the wheel of birth and death

The dialectical stratum consists of two spheres: the earthly sphere and the hereafter. Death does not liberate man from the dialectical stratum, but he passes from one sphere to the other.

And just as it is certain that death catches up with us in the physical sphere, the development in the other sphere compels (necessitates) us – that is, as a microcosm – to the inclusion of a new personality, because on the other side the human being merely disposes of an incomplete organism.

In esoteric circles one speaks in this context usually of reincarnation or re-embodiment, thereby suggesting that there would be such a thing as a continuation of existence after death. Totally incorrect!

When you later on die of your nature-being, your entire personality-being will fade over time, and only the fundamental fire-principle that gave you life, will return to Continue reading

New book available: Spiritual Easter and Pentecost – Guidance for contemplation and inspiration concerning the resurrection of the inner man

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SPIRITUAL EASTER AND PENTECOST – GUIDANCE FOR CONTEMPLATION AND INSPIRATION CONCERNING THE RESURRECTION OF THE INNER MAN

By André de Boer and Tanja Rozema

The resurrection of the inner man is the very reason for our life on earth. The resurrection is the essence of man and brings lustre, strength and inner courage to his life. However: man must find it for himself and man must wish for it himself.

This book is based on selected chapters from The Gospel of the Holy Twelve. The reflections on these chapters can be seen as signposts for spiritual awakening and renewal. The new atmosphere, in which the Holy Spirit creates in accordance with the divine plan of creation, exists and is omnipresent. This atmosphere is always present and constitutes your birth right as a human being. Sometimes you sense its energy like a spring morning in the Easter season: fresh, refreshing, shuddering with restrained life. Then you know from within that this sensation holds a promise. You know it as inner experience and knowing. That is Gnosis.  Continue reading

Preface from the book ‘Spiritual Easter and Pentecost’ by Doride Zelle

This book which elaborates on the inner meaning of Easter and Pentecost is the sequel to the book Spiritual Christmas. The books were compiled in response to the wish of many to provide the online programmes Spiritual Christmas, Spiritual Easter and Spiritual Pentecost as printed book as well. Together both books provide a clear gnostic vision on how to become a true human being as seen from the perspective of

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The cross of light – introduction from the book ‘Spiritual Easter and Pentecost’ by Daniël van Egmond

Easter should actually be celebrated around the spring equinox. Between 21 and 23 March, the light of the day is exactly in balance with the darkness of the night. But because the determination of the exact day of this festival is based on the lunar calendar of the pre-Christian Jewish tradition – the first Sunday on or after the equinox on which it is full moon – Easter is often celebrated many days after the equinox. Nevertheless, its spiritual meaning is closely linked to the symbolism of this balance between day and night. The night symbolizes our daily life: as long as Continue reading