Should you read Kabbalah? I mean popular Kabbalah, Kabbalah the way the Kabbalah Centre teaches it


Kabbalah the way the Kabbalah Centre teaches it: Truth value: 10%

If you take out god, and incarnation, karma, law of attraction, etc., all the religious connotations: 19%

Compare the 19%

Compare it with the Old Testament: Truth value less than 1%

Compare it with the New Testament: Truth value less than 1%

Compare it with The Law of Attraction: Truth value less than 1%

Indian scriptures: Truth value 2%

Obviously your best bet is to read Kabbalah books, but to read them with the capacity of Discernment, also known as Astuteness, Mental Acuity, so you can allow the not true things to be there, but soak up the truth that is 19%.

So, obviously, Kabbalah doesn’t have all the truth. It has 19%.
The truth value of what I teach is 70%, so I don’t have all the truth either.

Does reading what I write give you 70% of the truth? I wish. You can’t get it, don’t get it, for two reasons:

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Vibrational reviews: how other people do it

(Bashar,Ramtha,Ashtar Command,Sananda,Neale Donald Walsh,Wayne Dyer,Amma, Sylvia Browne, Sathya Sai Baba, Osho)

OK, I was browsing for other people’s reviews, and found this. It’s pretty good… I will add my vibrational review to it, probably in a different color for you to see what I say and what “she” said… She is the author of this post… Lady Miss Neptune, from NYC, I think.

10 Questionable Gurus and Impostor Entities
Posted on March 17, 2014 by Lady Miss Neptune

There is a stench in the spiritual community becoming more and more apparent as time passes. This stench is coming from the famous and influential names in the community. Those who in recent years have created much fuss over nothing. Those whose teachings are false, deceptive, empty, mundane, regurgitated, and only serve to maintain the status quo, all the while deluding followers into believing they are worshiping a most high-caliber being or following an ultimate form of teaching.

A most important virtue to cultivate is discernment, as we embark on our journeys and pursue our spiritual goals. Discernment is key when it comes to raising our consciousness and making any kind of progress on the spiritual path. Without discernment, finding the presence of falsehood in a teaching of a guru and therefore attaching ourselves to a false guru we encounter can set us back for lifetimes.

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Stuff I want you to see: The Guru Myth, Its Destructive Power and A Cure.

Sophie’s notes: I do not necessarily agree with a lot what’s written in this article, yet it’s a good piece of writing, and I want you to read it.

I will add some notes when I have time… And some vibrational measurements of the people he mentions… Patience, it’s coming.

The Guru Myth, Its Destructive Power and A Cure. {Now w/Videos!}

Julian Walker

Via ((Julian Walker, the writer of this article: personal vibration: 190; truth value of his whole teachings: 190; truth value of this article: 200)) on Feb 28, 2012

The Word and The Myth.

The word “guru” has taken on a life of its own in Western pop culture. The media and advertising talk about “stock gurus,” “marketing gurus,” sports gurus” and on and on – the characterization being someone who has a particular insight into their chosen field and is trusted by others as being able to solve certain problems or provide a highly effective strategy on how to be successful.

We know of course that the word originates in India and simply means “teacher.” In India one’s schoolteacher, dance instructor, parent – really anyone in an authoritative or instructive role might be considered your guru in their particular domain.

But when the word is used in a spiritual context it has a very specific meaning and is located within a very particular Hindu belief system. A guru in this sense is a cut above ordinary human beings. What distinguishes the guru from us mere mortals is that they are “enlightened” or “self-realized.”

Basically the claim is that there are certain very special people who have crossed a very specific threshold in their spiritual awareness – and they know the ultimate truth about the nature of reality.

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