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Invisible Helpers

Invisible Helpers



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C.W. Leadbeater presents his Theosophical views on invisible helpers and follows through with a guide towards becoming one.
C.W. Leadbeater presents his Theosophical views on invisible helpers and follows through with a guide towards becoming one.

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Published by: Hoo Shao Pin on Mar 12, 2009
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Invisible Helpers
Charles W. Leadbeater 
American Revised Edition 1915
 Table of Contents
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 The Universal Belief in Them
IT is one of the most beautiful characteristics of Theosophy that itgives back to people in a more rational form everything which wasreally useful and helpful to them in the religions which they haveoutgrown. Many who have broken through the chrysalis of blind faith,and mounted on the wings of reason and intuition to the freer, noblermental life of more exalted levels, nevertheless feel that in the processof this glorious gain a something has been lost – that in giving up thebeliefs of their childhood they have also cast aside much of the beautyand the poetry of life.If, however, their lives in the past have been sufficiently good toearn for them the opportunity of coming under the benign influence of Theosophy, they very soon discover that even in this particular therehas been no loss at all, but an exceeding great gain – that the gloryand the beauty and the poetry are there in fuller measure than theyhad ever hoped before, and no longer as a mere pleasant dream fromwhich the cold light of common-sense may at any time rudely awakenthem, but as truths of nature which will bear investigation – whichbecome only brighter, fuller and more perfect as they are moreaccurately understood.A marked instance of this beneficent action of Theosophy is theway in which the invisible world (which, before the great wave of materialism engulfed us, used to be regarded as the source of all livinghelp) has been restored by it to modern life. All the charming folk-loreof the elf, the brownie and the gnome, of the spirits of air and water, of the forest, the mountain and the mine, is shown by it to be no moremeaningless superstition, but to have a basis of actual and scientificfact behind it. Its answer to the great fundamental question “If a mandie, shall he live again?” is equally definite and scientific, and itsteaching on the nature and conditions of the life after death throws aflood of light upon much that, for the Western world at least, waspreviously wrapped in impenetrable darkness.It cannot be too often repeated that in this teaching as to theimmortality of the soul and the life after death, Theosophy stands in a
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