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Reincarnation Exercises, Neophyte Review, Vowel Sounds Open Class: Portland, 2 pm, Feb. 23

vowel.sounds.centersOne again, this month we have a very dense convocation with a lot of great exercises for both members and seekers alike.  The convocation discourse will be a continuation of our reincarnation series, this time with a live experiment. We will review the First Neophyte Degree’s Third Monograph. This is a review of some of the most foundational concepts in AMORC.

After a brief break, we will return and have another short open class on the seven major Vowel Sounds.  This public class is excellent for friends who might be interested in AMORC. Please bring a seeker you know. It should be a great way to introduce someone you know to the power of the teachings.

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Orientation and Initiations, Wilsonville, 2 pm, Feb. 9

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This month’s convocation in Wilsonville will go over the functions, rituals, and responsibilities of your local AMORC group, the Enneadic Star Pronaos. This is a member’s only discussion.  Afterward, we will have a Council of Solace meditation for healing and world peace.  All are welcome to attend this group meditation.  We will then break for refreshments and social time.  This will be followed by the initiation of one of our local members. Other members are encouraged to attend as witnesses.

More on the initiation process HERE.

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ENCORE EDITION: Video Discussion: Medieval Mysticism of the Monks, 2 pm, Feb 16

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This month, we are doing an encore edition of last month’s discussion on medieval mysticism for those who could not attend in January.  See below for last month’s description of the event:

For our upcoming online session, we will move back in time. Over the last few months, we have been looking at the works of the alchemists from the 1600s.  Now we will go back to the early part of the late Middle Ages, circa 1325. A Dominican monk by the name of Henry Suso, a follower of the German mystic Meister Eckhart, wrote a book called Das Buch Gennant Seuse which included a woodcut illustration known as the Horologium Sapientiae. We will examine an article from the Rosicrucian Forum, discuss the symbolism of this woodcut, and maybe learn a little bit more about the flavor of the mysticism of the time.

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Reincarnation, Neophyte Review, Vowel Sounds Open Class: Portland, 2 pm, Jan. 26

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This month’s convocation in Portland will be packed with important exercises and information.  The convocation discourse will be a continuation of our reincarnation series. Next, we will review the second Neophyte Monograph. This is a review of some of the most foundational concepts in AMORC. So, this is a wonderful opportunity for new members and members who are returning to their studies after a long break.

Please read this post Why is Reincarnation Important to Study?

After a brief break, we will return for a short open class on the seven major Vowel Sounds.  This public class is excellent for friends who might be interested in AMORC. This was by far the most popular exercise at last Nov’s Alchemy Workshop.  Please bring a seeker you know. It should not disappoint.

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REQUIRED READING: Why is Reincarnation Important to Study?

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Master Anjala took some time out to explain a very important mystical reality as the Rosicrucian Order AMORC has studied it, reincarnation. This is an important lesson that all our members should be acquainted it. Please read on:

This month we are continuing our ongoing discourse on Reincarnation. The next installment will be in Portland on Jan. 19.  This phenomena is extremely important to study, because our methods here are distinct, and get at the heart of what makes Rosicrucians students of spiritual science.

There are many theories of reincarnation, what is it and what laws, if any, govern a cosmic cycle of rebirth.

1.  A basic theory in Rosicrucian teachings is that the full panoply of human lives cannot be experienced in only one human life.  Your life as a city woman doesn’t include the insights of the life as a woman living in a jungle tribe.  Your life as a strong man doesn’t include the experiences of the life of a woman confined to a wheelchair for life, and so forth.
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Orientation and Initiations, Wilsonville, 2 pm, Jan. 12

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This month’s convocation in Wilsonville will go over the functions, rituals, and responsibilities of your local AMORC group, the Enneadic Star Pronaos. This is a member’s only discussion.  Afterward, we will have a Council of Solace meditation for healing and world peace.  All are welcome to attend this group meditation.  We will then break for refreshments and social time.  This will be followed by the initiation of one of our local members. Other members are encouraged to attend as witnesses.

More on the initiation process HERE.

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Video Discussion: Medieval Mysticism of the Monks, 2 pm, Jan 19

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For our upcoming online session, we will move back in time. Over the last few months, we have been looking at the works of the alchemists from the 1600s.  Now we will go back to the early part of the late Middle Ages, circa 1325. A Dominican monk by the name of Henry Suso, a follower of the German mystic Meister Eckhart, wrote a book called Das Buch Gennant Seuse which included a woodcut illustration known as the Horologium Sapientiae. We will examine an article from the Rosicrucian Forum, discuss the symbolism of this woodcut, and maybe learn a little bit more about the flavor of the mysticism of the time.

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