posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 05:16 PM
Originally posted by W3RLIED2
reply to post by Pinocchio
Resonation isn't exactly Masonic. IMO, that's more kabalistic/eastern spiritual meditation. A good practice, but not one that masonry teaches.
The symbol of the square and compass is reserved for Master Masons only. Impersonating a mason and being found not to be one probably wouldn't
'resonate' very well with the Fraternity though. I don't recommend it. Besides, why lie about being something that you are not.
Don't know if you know this but "I would never say I am one."
My understanding comes from the "outsider pov"...
And yes... resonating is and/or can not be masonic. But, for me atleast, it has it uses.
Although I don't draw that from an eastern/cabalistic practice.
I read a book once called "Magic, Spells, and Ceremonies" (Migene Wippler) she posted therein this thing about a particular art or magic which takes
words and sounds them out to a rythym that slows itself down repeatedly until there is only the appearance of another word. While I don't generally
follow the art magic itself according to the rule... I do use it whilst keeping in mind that it is better used if "it hurt none... do as thou
So... I am not a Freemason and will never say I am one. Although I thank thee kindly for the warning.
I prefer to be a cowan and settle my differences according to the merits that are, to me, implicated by the resonation of the terms which grant me a
particular belief system.
I am Roman Catholic by Tradition and seldom by Faith.
But I can learn little from them as it is not particularly a practice of mine.
However, I learn from Freemasonry certain things that seem to devulge a more detailed construct and instruct about the tenets of Christendom.
Example: "OUTSIDER POV"
Trestle = Trust All
The plan explainned in the trestle is somewhat obvious to me... but inn my pov only.
I learn from the trestle