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The Mystery of the Heart

There exists a knowledge of this world and a knowledge of a higher realm of life. Everything that you could possibly want to know, all truth on yourself: it's there. It just needs to be found.

On the Internet, all knowledge of this world can be found by using a appropriate search engine and by asking the right question. When we ask the right question on the Internet using a search engine, we get huge amounts of answers in fractions of seconds: it is the ‘ever-changing truth of this world’ or the collective consciousness of this lowland. The internet is the intermediary that enables people to connect with it. If you do not ask the right question you get answers you did not ask and not the answers you asked for.

There is also a higher truth. A universal and timeless truth that tells us who we are, where we come from and what the real purpose of our lives is. This higher Truth stems from a higher plane of human life, the highlands of true humanity. It appeals to us in our inner aspect of human dignity, is utterly cognizable and turns into wisdom as we receive and practice it.

The Rosicrucian's think that contemporary man has a dormant but not, yet, well-developed ‘search engine’ for the Gnosis, the highest possible truth about himself. Consequently man cannot, yet, ask the correct questions and find the high truth about himself. So he searches the internet, in his quest for answers. Surfing the Internet could therefore be seen as a lower reflection of high spiritual powers of man, especially of those in the head, but the heart plays a central role.

You’re very welcome at this special free lecture where gnostic wisdom meets modern science.

It will take place from 20:00 to 22:00 on Thursday 11th February in The Lantern Centre, Zephyr Room, 15 Synge Street, Dublin 8.

Doors open 15 minutes before the start of an activity with coffee/tea. Free parking is available behind the main building.

Kind regards,

Lectorium Rosicrucianum


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