Edi Bilimoria is a student of the perennial philosophy for over half a century. He has given courses and lectured extensively in the UK, and internationally in California, the Netherlands, India, and Australia, to encourage the cross fertilization of ideas in the fields of science, religion, and practical philosophy. Edi has published widely in the disciplines of science, engineering, esoteric philosophy, and occult science.
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Music teaches us some wonderful things about life, brotherhood, and learning. It teaches us how to enrich the legacy of our Founders by an attitude of reverence within progression. How can we move Theosophy forward and communicate its message in a contemporary mode? While fully revering our Founders, we do not wish to remain stuck to a strict adherence to their original words, or rather, a literal interpretation of those words. So to understand the way forward, we have to go back to Bach—in a metaphorical sense, of course.
Mysticism is the interior heart and soul of religion just as, conversely, religion is the body and clothing of mysticism, its outwards and external aspect. The former is an entirely personal and private experience to know God (by whatever name) directly. The latter sets up God as an external divine power to enter into a relationship with. Therefore, the religious man tends to pray, whereas those mystically inclined prefer to meditate.