Presenting the new biography of Lucille Cedercrans Schaible, Luminous Sitting, Torturous Walking including reviews of the book and information about Lucille. Lois Lucille Stickle Johnson Cedercrans Schaible. An Esoteric Psychology Profile by Victor Dutro Great Quest 02 DHY paper. Biography. Lois Lucille. The writings of Alice A. Bailey () and Lucille Cedercrans () serve as significant reference points in this effort. These teachings hold an.
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Webarchive template wayback links Orphaned articles from December All orphaned articles. BaileyinitiationLucille Cedercransneo-theosophypath of initiationpsycho-spiritual developmentscience of impressionspiritual emergencethe ageless wisdomwestern esotericismwestern esoteric wisdom. She grew up in a rural community where she received the equivalent of an eighth grade education. The title of Adept or Master meant the mastery of mental, emotional and physical matter.
This page was last edited on 9 Aprilat Bailey until much of her work was completed, her teacher having advised against it. All three claimed to have contact with one or more Master within the Spiritual Hierarchy also known as the Buddhic Planeour home on the inner planes of existence.
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Bailey with which they have much in common, so much so that some accused her of plagiarism. This was not abandonment, but the joyful re-creation of our world into harmony with the Divine Plan. This teaching series was designed to acquaint students with the presence of the Soul and provide the means for actualizing it. The important issue of epistemological methodology and the testing of esoteric assertions is also considered.
The internal disciplines of Visualization, Concentration, and Meditation, were designed to produce those evolutionary changes and growth within the brain that allowed the indwelling Consciousness greater perception and creativity within the arena of matter. As I watched, I felt gravity leave my body and knew that I could in that moment levitate toward the ceiling. Some of her students were shaken ceedercrans the core and all of us were confused about the oucille way to proceed.
Lucille’s unique contribution was presenting esoteric teachings through a program of relatively simple techniques, with an emphasis on the importance of making a commitment to serve Humanity. I thought about her constantly.
One of these, The Nature of the Soula 40 lesson series, was widely taught. These centers functioned like the etheric centers in an individual.
Her rheumatoid arthritis flared up, her heart problems had worsened and she developed complications from her many prescribed medications.
Undeterred by the doubts of others or more gnawingly her own, undaunted by the enormity of her task, her six children, or her lack of formal education, and never disheartened by her many physical ails, Lucille forged open the gateway to cedercrajs for hundreds of followers from Spokane, Washington, to Washington DC.
The writings of Alice A. Under the guidance of Master “R” the group was trained to hold a meditation focus that would ceedercrans activate cedercranw locations around the United States as energy centers. But this was not a teaching on impermanence this was her death, her exit from this life, and it would change things forever.
This I knew was to remind her to exit her body from the head center and thereby maintain continuity of consciousness from this life to the next. Lucille was one such teacher. How many times had Lucille talked about death?
Its purpose was to spark a commitment within students that would inspire them to attain the lucile of their higher self, the conscious-soul incarnate. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In the early ‘s Lucille lived in Estes Park with a small group formed to help anchor the incoming forces of synthesis.
The techniques taught are a synthesis of Eastern and Western Mystery Tradition, but are especially designed for the Western Student. She was one of several in a long line of early Western teachers in the field of consciousness cederceans the science of meditation, among whom few were women. Every effort has been made to respect and preserve the integrity of the author.
Both consider human life in form to be a vital and necessary phase within the federcrans cosmic evolution of consciousness and matter, and both are frameworks that expansively embrace the significance of the Divine as both immanent and transcendent presence. Others there were softly chanting the Vajra Guru mantra: In the early s, she began to shift her focus to Tibetan Buddhism, which she was authorized to teach until her death in In striking contrast to the conservatism of her Depression-era, rural upbringing and early pucille, her methods and dedercrans for awakening spiritual growth in herself and others were more esoteric and incredible than expected in that time.
This became her seminal work, titled The Nature of the Soul, and is still widely taught in the U.
The Nature of the Soul by Lucille Cedercrans
I opened my eyes and the weird sensation stopped. Cedetcrans the Recognizing that the spiritual thought forms of North America were largely conditioned by Christianity, she developed meditation training materials, lessons and writings which presented Eastern wisdom and concepts in a form that Western audiences could understand and embrace.
Bailey with Master DK and present the doubts Lucille experienced with this form of knowing. Apparently, she did not study Theosophy or Alice A. During her early twenties, she began to have experiences of a mystical nature.
What these three women had lucillee common was a desire to bring teachings of the Far East to Western audiences in ways that made these esoteric concepts more accessible. Retrieved from ” https: The Nature of the Soul is an original work of Lucille Cedercrans.
Additional chapters explore the Science of Impression comparing it to the method used by Alice A. Most of her writings were stated to be written not from her own consciousness but were psychically or spiritually “impressed” on her by her teacher. Over the past several months, Lucille had had several health crises.