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While reading "Discipleship in the new age" by Alice Bailey, I found a little excerpt that is worth sharing, in part because it is quite practical. In it Djwal Khul give us some advice on how to protect ourselves from harmful influences with which we may get in contact.
Egregore is an overused word, often in the wrong context. And it is usually miscomprehended, which leads to us being influenced by egregores without really understanding why - and in this sense, not knowing this influence or even not believing in it won't make any difference. Jumping from a building while not believing in gravity won't make you float safely to the ground.
Very well. So, what is an egregore?
A book with a comprehensive vision, although in some aspects not very extensive, on the principles of theosophy. Excellent introductory book.
I have been thinking a lot about the importance of the groups that we meet along our lives, and in our role inside each one of them. Be these groups religious, esoteric, philosophical, or more practical in nature, promoting charity initiatives, applying healing techniques, or teaching something, they are the spinal cord from our journey.
In this article we go through several excerpts to deepen our understanding about what is the relationship between our individuality and the groups we live in.