H.P. Blavatsky Quotes:
Yelena Petrovna Blavatskaya, is often referred to as Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, or simply Madame Blavatsky.
She was born as Helena Petrovna von Hahn in the Ukraine on 12 August 1831.
In 1875 together with Henrey Olcott Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society in New York City.
20 Enlightened Quotes By Madame Blavatsky.
1: “Be humble, if thou would'st attain to wisdom. Be humbler still, when wisdom thou hast mastered.” ~H.P Blavatsky
2: “The Path that leadeth on is lighted by one fire - the light of daring burning in the heart. The more one dares, the more he shall obtain.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
3: “What writes history is the power of ideas. And every moment offers the potential to write something new.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
4: “The world is not prepared yet to understand the philosophy of Occult Sciences - let them assure themselves first of all that there are beings in an invisible world, whether 'Spirits' of the dead or Elementals; and that there are hidden powers in man, which are capable of making a God of him on earth.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
5: “The Universe is worked and guided from within outwards.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
6: “The Occultists know that the traditions of Esoteric Philosophy must be the right ones, simply because they are the most logical, and reconcile every difficulty.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
7: “Do not be afraid of your difficulties. Do not wish you could be in other circumstances than you are. For when you have made the best of an adversity, it becomes the stepping stone to a splendid opportunity.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
8: “Everything that is, was, and will be, eternally IS, even the countless forms, which are finite and perishable only in their objective, not in their ideal Form.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
9: “Virtue and wisdom are sublime things, but if they create pride and a consciousness of separateness from the rest of humanity, they are only the snakes of self-reappearing in a finer form.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
10: “Knowledge increases in proportion to its use; that is, the more we teach the more we learn.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
11: “Even in our day, science suspects beyond the Polar seas, at the very circle of the Arctic Pole, the existence of a sea which never freezes and a continent which is ever green.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
12: “Error runs down an inclined plane, while Truth has to laboriously climb its way up hill.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
13: “The wheel of the Good Law moves swiftly on. It grinds by night and day. The worthless husks it drives from out the golden grain, the refuse from the flour. The hand of fate guides the wheel; the revolutions mark the beatings of the heart of manifestation." ~H.P. Blavatsky
14: “Everything in the Universe, throughout all its kingdoms, is conscious: i.e., endowed with a consciousness of its own kind and on its own plane of perception.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
15: “It is an occult law moreover, that no man can rise superior to his individual failings without lifting, be it ever so little, the whole body of which he is an integral part. In the same way no one can sin, nor suffer the effects of sin, alone. In reality, there is no such thing as 'separateness' and the nearest approach to that selfish state which the laws of life permit is in the intent or motive." ~H.P. Blavatsky
16: “The English tongue is employed because it offers the most widely-diffused medium for conveying the truths which it had become her duty to place before the world.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
17: “It is on the acceptance or rejection of the theory of the Unity of all in Nature, in its ultimate Essence, that mainly rests the belief or unbelief in the existence around us of other conscious beings besides the Spirits of the Dead.” ~H.P. Blavatsky
18: “Who is the great man? He who is strongest in patience. He who patiently endures injury, and maintains a blameless life--he is a man indeed!” ~H.P. Blavatsky
19: “Hast thou attuned thyself to the suffering of humanity, O candidate for light?" ~H.P. Blavatsky
This last quote is a long one but it is quite interesting. It comes from H.P. Blavatsky’s book The Secret Doctrine.
20: “Men have two souls, of separate and quite different natures: the one perishable--the Astral Soul, or the inner, fluidic body--the other incorruptible and immortal--the Augoeides, or portion of the Divine Spirit; that the mortal or Astral Soul perishes at each gradual change at the threshold of every new sphere, becoming with every transmigration more purified.
The astral man, intangible and invisible as he might be to our mortal, earthly senses, is still constituted of matter, though sublimated. Aristotle, notwithstanding that for political reasons of his own he maintained a prudent silence as to certain esoteric matters, expressed very clearly his opinion on the subject.
It was his belief that human souls are emanations of God that are finally re-absorbed into Divinity. Zeno, the founder of the Stoics, taught that there are "two eternal qualities throughout nature: the one active, or male; the other passive, or female: that the former is pure, subtile ether, or Divine Spirit; the other entirely inert in itself till united with the active principle.
That the Divine Spirit acting upon matter produced fire, water, earth, and air; and that it is the sole efficient principle by which all nature is moved. The Stoics, like the Hindu sages, believed in the final absorption. St. Justin believed in the emanation of these souls from Divinity, and Tatian, the Assyrian, his disciple, declared that "man was as immortal as God himself." ~H.P. Blavatsky
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