How to Prove the Occult World Exists? Sri Madhava Ashish Advice on the Theosophical Approach

Sri Madhava Ashish advises us to Search into the Occult World and Field of Study
with as much common-sense and urgency as we do in the Fields of Science.

How to prove the occult side of nature exists? Thinking about Perineum Sunning after your Kundalini Yoga; going to the local witch; seeing your plug; or the scamming medium-vangelist; buying an Ouija board? Throw it out. Forget about all of it. There have been religions and ancient schools of thought that have taught us we never needed these; and that we shouldn’t turn to such methods, nor do we have to turn to them at all. Well, they were right.

EXCERPT FROM THE SECRET DOCTRINE AS A CONTRIBUTION TO WORLD THOUGHT

“Through the Cosmogenesis of The Secret Doctrine she began an attempt to heal the dichotomy between the religio-spiritual and the scientifico-material views of life. Neither did “God” make the world, nor was it made by the random concatenation of energetic particles. And emphatically the world was not limited to the phenomena susceptible to analysis by the scientific method. What the West had regarded as a personal God was the power which sought, as Jacob Boehme said, to find, feel and behold itself. And to discover that power we have to search with as much realism and urgency in this field of inquiry as does the scientist within the limits of his field.”

SRI MADHAVA ASHISH, THE SECRET DOCTRINE AS A CONTRIBUTION TO WORLD THOUGHT, 1988

This is the perspective we ought to have going into any of the practical studies.

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