Presenting the new biography of Lucille Cedercrans Schaible, Luminous Sitting, Torturous Walking including reviews of the book and information about Lucille. Lois Lucille Stickle Johnson Cedercrans Schaible. An Esoteric Psychology Profile by Victor Dutro Great Quest 02 DHY paper. Biography. Lois Lucille. The writings of Alice A. Bailey () and Lucille Cedercrans () serve as significant reference points in this effort. These teachings hold an.
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In the ‘s Lucille maintained a prolific schedule of teaching, writing and organizing groups. The sky was a cloudless cddercrans. Every effort has been made to respect and preserve the integrity of the author.
I opened my eyes and the weird sensation stopped. But this was not a teaching on impermanence cedercrasn was her death, her exit from this life, and it would change things forever. These esoteric paths of training reached beyond morality and philosophy, to that Spiritual Alchemy which transformed the spiritual seeker into a conscious co-creator, empowered to take up the work of spiritual evolution upon this planet. At the same time, she traveled extensively throughout the United States forming meditation groups.
The Nature of the Cedercraans is an original work of Lucille Cedercrans. How many times had Lucille talked about death? In striking contrast to the luciole of her Depression-era, rural upbringing and early adulthood, her methods and training for awakening spiritual growth in herself and others were more esoteric and incredible than expected in that time.
Some of her students were shaken to the core and all of us were confused about the best way to proceed.
The title of Adept or Master meant the mastery of mental, emotional and physical matter. Others there were softly chanting the Vajra Guru mantra: I joined in and stood near the foot of the bed and back towards the wall.
As the Recognizing that the spiritual thought forms of North America were largely conditioned by Christianity, she developed meditation training materials, lessons and writings which presented Eastern wisdom and concepts in a form that Western audiences cedecrrans understand and embrace. Suddenly I felt a bit panicky.
The Nature of the Soul by Lucille Cedercrans
It took some time before she realized that the source of these experiences was a knowledge transmission from the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom.
One way in which their help came was to send into incarnation teachers who could attune to the frequencies of the Wisdom held in focus by the Masters, and translate those experiences into the teachings that came to be called the New Thoughtform Presentation of the Cedercrns. Bailey until much of her work was completed, her teacher having advised against it. BaileyinitiationLucille Cedercransneo-theosophypath of initiationpsycho-spiritual developmentscience of impressionspiritual emergencethe ageless wisdomwestern esotericismwestern esoteric wisdom.
About Lucille Cedercrans Schaible
Even today, every so often, I feel, “Oh Lucille, to see you once more. This I knew was to remind her to exit her body from the head center and thereby maintain continuity of consciousness from this life to the next. This became her seminal work, titled The Nature of the Soul, and is still widely taught in the U. Lucille Cedercrans — was an esoteric mystic apparently influenced by ecumenical gnostic theismparticularly neo- Theosophy.
In the corner of my bedroom was a vase-full of peacock feathers I had been carting around for years. This article is an orphanas no other articles link to it. She used to say, “I may not have lived too long, but I have lived too much. In the early ‘s Lucille lived in Estes Park with a small group formed to help anchor the incoming forces of synthesis. Mystics births deaths American Theosophists. The techniques taught are a synthesis of Eastern and Western Mystery Tradition, but are especially designed for the Western Student.
Her eyes were closed, her breath came in surges. She grew up in a rural community where she received the equivalent of an eighth grade education. Today those teachings are available through the book, Bridge to Maitreya, the Enlightenment Teachings of Lucille Cedercrans Schaiblealso through classes and workshops.
Lucille transitioned from this life on June 21, in Denver, Colorado, surrounded by her students.
Under the guidance of Master “R” the group was trained to hold a meditation focus that would help activate certain locations around the United States as energy centers. This was not abandonment, but the joyful re-creation of our world into harmony with the Divine Plan.
During her early twenties, she began to have experiences of a mystical cwdercrans.
However, she stated that the source of her writings was the result of a meditative state that put her in rapport with her teacher, whom she referred to as the Master R. Webarchive template wayback links Orphaned articles from December All orphaned articles. Commenting on Lucille’s passing, Khenpo Tsewang praised Lucille as a lama, a saint and a yogi.
The mood was somber but matter of fact. The day was clear and sunny, but at the moment of her death there was a clap of thunder which continued to echo throughout the region. Both consider human life in form to be a vital and necessary phase within the larger cosmic evolution of consciousness and matter, and both are frameworks that expansively embrace the significance of the Divine as both immanent and transcendent presence.
These centers functioned like the etheric centers in an individual. In spite of opposition and lack of support, she was driven by her strong will to her spiritual path; at the same time, her strong will could demand daily adjustments from those around her, be they students or clerks in a store.
She considered the teaching and training she was receiving as Trans-Himalayan Wisdom Tibet was unknown to her then.
All three claimed to have contact with one or more Master within the Spiritual Hierarchy also known as the Buddhic Planeour home on the inner planes of existence. I knew from past talks with her that she welcomed it in some ways. For the last twelve years of her life, she experienced torturous physical ailments and arthritis pain.
She arranged for others to lead her groups and moved to Ann Arbor to pursue efforts that relied on her skills but had more of a focus on social action.