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PEARL

January 2019

Pearl magazine delves into questions that agitate humanity. In these triubled times of ferment accumulating from all sides, when everything is at a boil at the same time, unparalleled in history, a quest runs through the people: many yearn for a cleansing of human foolish wilfulness and to see a better time; more and more people want to revert to the 'natural', to adapt to natural living conditions; people want to make life new, healthy, more beautiful and fairer. How many people would heave a huge sigh of relief if through their own sober, objective and unbiased scrutiny they could unerringly recognise comprehensive answers to burning human questions, and answers of such completeness and consistency as to enable them affirm their lives on the path of true upbuilding to only what is good!

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horizon of possibilities

Arouse your spirit, and begin to think and speak in a far-seeing and comprehensive way! This naturally also demands that you not only work with the intellect, which belongs to coarsest matter, but also make it possible once more for your spirit to guide your intellect, which should serve the spirit as ordained by your Creator, Who from the very beginning has permitted you to come undistorted into existence here on earth. We are entering an era of the new, the new in terms of the reality that is emerging in the wake of the shadowy existence that has dominated human life on earth for millennia. The shadow cast for so long as a result of the domination of the intellect over the…

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contributors

Jide Adefope In his writings Dr. Jide Adefope, author of ‘The Shaping Spirit’, delves into the fundamental issues facing humanity. Marianne Klauser Stalder Marianne Stalder is a practising psychologist and psychotherapist in Switzerland. She has many years of experience in areas of coping with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorders, life and identity crises, as well as serious occupational crises such as burnout. (PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER) ■…

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correspondence

In writing a letter to the magazine, please include the writer’s name, address, and daytime telephone number, and bear in mind that letters to the editor always reflect the writer’s personal opinion, which is not necessarily that of the editors. We may edit letters for length and clarity, and we ask for your understanding that only part of the texts submitted can be published. Send letters via e-mail to mail@pearl-magazine.com , or by post to: Correspondence, Pearl Magazine, PO Box 73999, London E5 5EH, United Kingdom. Beware of confused thoughts, of all shallowness in thinking. Carelessness will exact a bitter revenge; for it will speedily debase you to the level of a playground for alien influences, through which you very easily become sullen, moody…

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the everyday life

In an unchanging rhythm our everyday life rolls on. The only interruptions in this never-ending stream are Sundays, and these are largely still degraded to the everyday grind and not used for self-reflection and taking stock of one’s life.The words ‘everyday life’ or ‘workaday life’ or even worse, ‘the daily grind’, evoke in us feelings such as loathing or antipathy, dullness, and sometimes even disgust and despair. The colour grey best describes this drab existence and it permeates everything: the blank, expressionless faces, the robotic demeanour lacking any empathy or engagement and the grey uniformity of our urban surroundings. Even cars today tend to be shades of white or grey. Given these facts, we wonder why and for what purpose we actually live. Does such a life that consists…

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soul

The soul has been thought of since time immemorial as an animating, self-bestirring principle, as the vital core of what constitutes a human being. But much as it is still talked about in the modern age, there is no picture with a clear understanding, suggesting that it might in the overuse have become wearily outdated. It is now often substituted by the concept of the self, attributed to the capability of self-esteem and rational thinking, of having plans for the future, communicating with others, and so on. The self is a concept that rounds up description of the modern human being. Yet for some reason we are unwilling to do without the term ‘soul’. Why is this? While, for example, the concept of the soul together with what we…

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work is development*

Work – a demand for constant development ‘Everything you do not use zealously in the right way must gradually become stunted and lost to you! Automatic adjustment is nothing but the consequence of the Law of Movement in Creation. This is only one of its many-sided effects. That which does not move in the right manner, and naturally also that which is not always kept in the necessary movement, must degenerate and be finally discarded altogether, also from every gross material form; for each form is shaped only in accordance with the kind of movement.’ In the Light of Truth – The Grail Message (Lecture: At the Boundary of Gross Matter) by Abd-rushin (Oskar Ernst Bernhardt 1875–1941)In an ideal situation, the rights and duties of the professions…

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