• Eckhart, meister
- Bô Yin Râ - More Light, page 215-216:
The true helpers in the current plights of Christianity are primarily those German messengers of the spirit whom one thinks one knows as the ‘medieval mystics’: – the true ‘theosophists’ in the Pauline sense of the word, – those who in truth are knowledgeable about the spirit, like Eckehard, Tauler, the anonymous Frankfurt master of the Teutonic Knights...
- Bô Yin Râ - Letters To One And Many, page 121:
It is a different case with the German mystics, like the anonymous Teutonic knight from Frankfurt who wrote the ‘Theologia deutsch’, and Tauler, Seuse and Meister Eckhart.
These were scholarly men who followed hard philosophical paths to attain their insight which they found then difficult to protect from the condemnation of the Church.
- Bô Yin Râ - The Book On Man, page 10:
You will then understand what this ancient holy sentence means: “The Elohim created man in the likeness of God.” – –
You will then no longer search for ‘original man’ on this planet, – you will recognise that what you hitherto have described as such should more correctly be described as a primeval animal from which the more refined animal evolved which now fulfils its role as carrier and tool of man, enabling him to experience himself in the physical world. –
• Eye, the third eye
- Bô Yin Râ - More Light, page 43:
Signs and wonders will occur on your new path in life, but I very much doubt that you will notice them before the ‘third eye’ has opened on your
• Eye, Seeing eye of the worlds
- Bô Yin Râ - The Book Of Dialogues, page 16:
For him, who became a ‘seeing eye of the worlds’, there can be no more confusion of any kind, for he carries within him a might which makes him accountable for every moment he lives. – – –
• Eye of a needle
- Bô Yin Râ - The Secret, page 191+192:
Truly it is easier for a camel – and even if it is only a rope made from its hair – to pass through the eye of a needle than for a ‘rich man’, rich in earthly focussed spirituality, to enter the Kingdom of Heaven!!
- Bô Yin Râ - The Book On Happiness, page 48:
Poverty may be blessed; yet poverty does not
Wealth can bestow immeasurable benefits; yet it must not wallow sated and without creative power in those nether regions of which a divine teacher once said that “it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle” than for ‘a rich man’ to enter through the gates of the ‘Kingdom of Heaven’…