“How can you know the real from the unreal, the true from the false? Only by self-development. How get that? By first carefully guarding yourself against the causes of self-deception. And this you can do by spending a certain fixed hour or hours each day all alone in self contemplation, writing, reading, the purification of your motives, the study and correction of your faults, the planning of your working the external life…Little by little your sight will clear, and you will find the mists pass away, your interior faculties strengthen, your attraction towards us gain force, and certainty replace doubts.”
This is a quote from The Mahatma Letters – Sinnett. The Mahatmas Morya and Kuthumi were instrumental in the transfer of ancient wisdom and knowledge used in the formation of the Theosophical Society by H. P. Blavatsky in 1875. It is as relevant now as it was then and hense the reason that theosophy stay present in the new millennium.