William Stoddart

“Forms can be transcended only “from above” (or “from within”). To violate—or even simply to neglect—forms “from below” (or “from without”) is the very opposite of transcending them. Outwardly man must observe traditional forms as perfectly as possible. This is required for the aspirant’s assimilation to the created Logos… Man can only offer to God—and so transcend—what he has perfected. Mysticism is the reality of man’s love for God and man’s union with God.”

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