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A crisis of asceticism and chastity and a triumph of hedonism

Started this discussion. Last reply by sav 7 hours ago. 1 Reply

Seeing a spirituial sitution in the Western world, I would say that traditions of asceticism and devoted chasity and virginity being popular in the West during whole Medieval period are almost…Continue

Body and Soul

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sergo Yogi on Wednesday. 3 Replies

Do you agree with the ancient Gnostic statement: the body is a prison for the soul?Continue

The four Vedic ashramas

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Hello! I'd like your opinions concerning to the system of the four Vedic ashramas (life stages): Brahmacharya, Grihastha, Vanaprastha and Sannyasa. These stages are compulsory for all orthodox Hindu.…Continue

The headscarf as cult and religious women's dress worn by Christian, Mulsim, Pagan and Hindu

Started this discussion. Last reply by anki Nov 4, 2018. 5 Replies

Hello to you! I would like to know your opinion of women's headscarf worn with religious purpose. The tradition of headcovering exists among majority of Muslim and among some Christian, Neo-Pagan and…Continue

 

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sav replied to Sergo Yogi's discussion A crisis of asceticism and chastity and a triumph of hedonism
"The balance is that people of all ages are becoming ascetic. While the world burns, sincere pockets of seekers of the light are becoming chastened, whether due to religious discipline, the failure of sex in human relations, or some other chastening…"
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Sergo Yogi replied to Sergo Yogi's discussion Body and Soul
"According ancient Gnosticism our souls have abidden within our bodies because of Demiurge's falling off the Pleroma. We would be pure spirites and enjoy with associations with Good Father if Demiurge were not created the material Universe"
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Prince Bumpers DeMichael replied to Sergo Yogi's discussion Body and Soul
"The body is a container for the spirit in a natural realm. Do not mistake the body for a prison for one can easily travel elsewhere in spirit."
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anki replied to Sergo Yogi's discussion Body and Soul
"I dont no, because without the body your soul cant experience this life fully. "
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"A half-year ago my chief ideological opponent in discussing Abstnence-only sexual education had been my mother. She believes that that system leads to sexual-transmission diseases and early pregnancy. Her basic attitude is following: human being…"
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Vedic Astrology

Jyotisha (or Jyotishyam from Sanskrit jyotiṣa, from jyótis- "light, heavenly body") is the traditional Hindu system of astrology, also known as Hindu astrology, Indian astrology, and more recently Vedic astrology.…See More
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anki replied to Sergo Yogi's discussion The headscarf as cult and religious women's dress worn by Christian, Mulsim. Pagan and Hindu
"Traditional, my grand grandmother who thought me the basics of our family tradition wore it. Out  of respect for everything she did for me i do as well. "
Nov 4, 2018
Sergo Yogi replied to Sergo Yogi's discussion The headscarf as cult and religious women's dress worn by Christian, Mulsim. Pagan and Hindu
"Which sense do you put in your headcovering?"
Nov 4, 2018

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anki replied to Sergo Yogi's discussion The headscarf as cult and religious women's dress worn by Christian, Mulsim. Pagan and Hindu
"actually neither , i don;t follow a particular religion. i am a mystic i just study all of them and take what makes sense to me and make my own path. "
Nov 4, 2018
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"Anki, are you Pagan or Christian?"
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What brings you to Esoteric Online?
I have great experience in esoteric issues, in aspects of Hermetcism, Vedism, Gnosticism and Theosophy especially and I bring Esoteric Online as much as I can, I hope I can help with an advice and with a good tutorship
Current Path
Vedic
Favorite Sacred Sciences
Yoga, Tantra, Gnosticism. Hermeticism, Qabbalah, Theosophy
About Me
I'm a historian by education and translator by profession. I'm a great expert in international artificial languages (Esperanto, Ido, Interlingua etc.) and a fan of rare and oriental languages. I'm learning Sanskrit, Pali, Arabian, Latin and Lingwa de Planeta now
Astrological Sign
Cancer
Favorite Books
The Sectret Doctrine by Helena Blavatskaya, Shambala by Nikolas Roreich, Hermetic philosophy by Dmitry Stranden. Bible, The Book of Mormon. Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky, The Lord of the Rings and Hobbit by John Tolkien, all books of Harry Potter series, History by Herodotus, Ringing Cedars of Russia by Vladimir Megre, My life by Mahatma Gandhi
Favorite Films
Through a Glass Darkly and Autumn Sonata by Ingmar Bergman, Nights of Cabiria by Federico Fellini. Mirror by Andrei Tarkovsky. Simon of the Desert by Luis Buñuel, My second mother (the Mexican telenovella), Vangelia (the Russian series about a Bulgarian clarrvoyant Vanga), Abhai Charan, The Tibetan Book of the Dead: A Way of Life

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At 12:28pm on October 17, 2017, Debra Yeakey said…

Hello Sergo,  I have studied religions since high school starting with "Teachings of the Masters of the Far East" at 14y.  What books to recommend for a beginner on this path?

At 6:33pm on September 26, 2017,
Alchemist
Patrick Danahy
said…

Hello Sergo, I have visited Russia twice. Traveled 10 time zones. Love St. Petersberg, of course, but also the Ural Mtns. I travelled at a minister/lecturer with Church Universal and Triumphant, a guest of Vershinny Miyak. Recent Russian books I enjoyed in translation include Everyday Saints and Other Stories by Ardchimandrite Tichen and Meditations on the Taort: A Journey into Christian Hermeticism by Anonymous (Valentine Tornberg). Like you, I enjoy Theosophy and have read many of the Roerich books. Best of Good
Fortune and Wisdom to you,  Patrick

At 10:54pm on May 8, 2017, Michael said…
Lol ... No mystery. Limited time and bandwith from mobile device. So new, in fact, had no idea was registered. More info coming, good sir
At 9:32am on May 5, 2017, Soren said…

You got me at "Nights of Caberia" :)

At 5:26pm on April 19, 2016,
Mystic
Raymondo Passero
said…

Hello, Sergo Yogi!   Namaste.

At 1:42pm on March 19, 2016, Audree Gene Armey said…

Yes I am a Bahai! I have studied religions most of my life, when I found the Bahai Faith, it put everything into prospective. I am an empath and have a call for healing. I also discovered that I am a 33 lifepath. I have much to share for those who are interested.

At 10:53am on March 4, 2016, Joseph Constantine said…

At 10:02am on March 4, 2016, Moonchild said…

Hiya Sergo and welcome to Esoteric Online! :)

 
 
 

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