However I am reluctant to join because I fear I might not be able to teach the 'Profane' in the 'Language' of the Creator. Is this an absolute rule?
May I teach the public about 'Who is like God?' (The Big M) as a Freemason?
Traditionally it has been taught that there is a great danger in teaching people who are unprepared for it. Zealotry and Idolatry are just two examples of what happens when you teach people who are unprepared. In my experience the true work of a Master Mason is not to know things (anyone can do that), it is to prepare oneself for the more difficult task of understanding what you don't know.
Post by pointwithinacircle2 on Jun 20, 2015 23:40:02 GMT
It has been my experience that finding the road to spiritual enlightenment, developing psychic faculties, and progressing in esoteric thought are mostly functions of the attitude that one is able to cultivate toward life. For example, I can do a wonderful ten minute talk on the spiritual journey in the movie "Groundhog Day". This is because I was in a very spiritual place the fifth or sixth time I watched it and I suddenly saw something entirely new in it.
Another comment I would make is to remind you to be patient. Listen to what others say, but never stop asking yourself what they mean to you. Sometimes letting things "stew" in your mind is the best way to learn.
And finally, remember not to talk to those who only belittle your ideas.