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LHP vs RHP are they both "bad" or "faulty" paths?
12-23-2017, 08:54 AM
Post: #91
Its an easy trap to fall into. Especially for the young. I think its a mistake most young people starting out make. I know I did
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02-01-2018, 06:50 PM
Post: #92
Personally, I primarily use the terms LHP and RHP as slang, since most people are familiar with them.

These two terms, though, can be useful at making a distinction between those who seek separation from the natural order (their individual apotheosis) and those who wish to merge with the ALL/Source/natural order.

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02-02-2018, 04:59 AM
Post: #93
Someone on here called me "left-hand method, right-hand philosophy" or something similar a while ago, sounded pretty good to me Tounge As with most things that get polarised, there's truth and goodness on both sides, and in the interplay between the two lies the infinite degrees of personal truth.
There's no point in ever writing anything off completely out of hand, the best course of action in essentially every case is to develop enough confidence in your own moral compass that you're comfortable with your decisions, looking at all the information available and your own situation and applying yourself to finding the most beneficial path according to your own moral parameters.

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04-01-2018, 03:28 AM
Post: #94
Very thought provoking post. Very similar to what i've been through over the past few years.

(11-15-2016 10:03 AM)tars84 Wrote:  3. During all this time I joined an occult school and I made progress in that school as the methods of spiritual development were quite effective. But what did I discover after 4 years? That the school teachers were not enlightened as they claim to be, that they employed RHP curriculum and they themselves practiced LHP to the bones. That I was lied to all the time and despite that I still progressed. But then came the time of truth where I realized all this and left the school. I instantly started growing more with my independence because no longer are "teachers" who are responsible for me and only what I do counts for me, no one else is accountable.

Out of interest what was this school?
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