Thoughts from another person -- Sources

Source texts from the books by Jozef Rulof for the article ‘thoughts from another person’.
By Ludo Vrebos, based on the books by Jozef Rulof.
These books presume the prior reading of the article ‘thoughts from another person’.

Thoughts from ourselves

In the book ‘Between Life and Death’, priest Dectar trains his pupil Venry in the temple of Isis in Ancient Egypt.
At a particular moment, he takes his student completely into his confidence and pours out his heart.
The yearning for love burns in Dectar.
However, being together as man and woman is forbidden in the temple, the high priests demand that every priest devotes himself solely to the study of life and death.
Every priest who violates this temple rule risks the death penalty.
This is why Dector becomes very anxious, because he knows that he must smother his inner fire quickly, before the high priests notice it.
Venry tells how he helps his teacher Dectar through his innate knowledge of plants.
They walk in the gardens of the temple, in which the father of Venry has grown many medicinal herbs.
Venry senses which plant has the power to dampen the inner fire of Dectar.
Dectar looked around very anxiously.
We entered my Father’s gardens.
He went on talking, his yearning made his heart ache and, although I was young I deeply felt those pains coming over me.
There was a conscious power in him, which made him one with another being.
All this had to do with another life.
How is it possible, I thought?
He yearns and knows why;
he feels love, the sorrow of a soul, the soul he knew in some life or other.
But now this soul is on earth and yearns like he does, feels and asks day and night to be allowed to be loved.
This very love, that feeling, thinking and yearning I found horrible.
To be able to think and feel deeply and to be allowed to possess gifts was a mercy.
But having to feel other lives and to be conscious in them was a torture.
I should not be allowed to know about all this but I understood him perfectly.
When I followed his thinking and feeling it was clear to me that he could not be wrong, for his soul, the life that belonged to him, now lived on earth.
Right now I wanted to be allowed to disclose this secret to him and to make my good friend happy.
Suddenly, I tore some leaves from a plant.
“Eat them, Dectar.”
He did as I instructed and became quiet again.
“This is innate too, Venry.
You know how to kill these feelings.
I cannot adjust myself now, but I knew about it.
In your Father’s gardens many miracles can be found.
There are plants to kill, to smother a fire like this one and to heal the wounded and sick.
Between Life and Death, 1940

Using our feeling

A member of the audience wonders whether, in her next life, she will still remember something of what she has read in the books by Jozef Rulof:
The question is now: If I return, will I know about what I experience now, this wisdom, the laws of God, reincarnation?
Or has all of this gone from my life?’
Questions and Answers Part 1, 1950
Jozef can reassure her:
And now the answer!
Yes, if you return and you are over the teenage years, then you will already know.
Slowly but surely, and namely infallibly, this knowledge will return as ‘feeling’ into your day consciousness.
And then, madam, you will act according to your feelings.
People already do that now too.
Many people must devote their life in order to be able to follow this, because the rest is still not conscious and does not thirst for that, has no feeling for the awakening.
But you will awaken consciously and when you are back here, in order to be able to enjoy life again, then, madam, you will do it very differently!
In addition, you will then look for my books, because they will still be there then, they will never die out!
But I will then be on the other side, because this is my last earthly life.
Yet we will see each other again and will return to these evenings.
When you are on the other side and may see your lives, we will descend from here and we will see ourselves again.
This is possible, because I experienced that thousands of times – through my master – and you can now accept this from me.
Even if you were to get the male organism, even then your longing for spiritual wisdom would not have changed in any way and your personality will speak!
Worthwhile, madam?’
Lady: ‘I thank you, Mr Rulof, also thank the masters, they take away every pressure from the human being!’
Questions and Answers Part 1, 1950
The ‘human being on earth’ who senses the contents of the books, will also read the books:
‘My master and father, whoever you are, I accept everything, but how will people on earth be able to accept this?’
‘They have to feel it, feel it intensely, otherwise it is not possible.
The Cycle of the Soul, 1938
A member of the audience says to Jozef Rulof that many readers of his books do not receive any proof whatsoever:
For many of your audience who have read your books, this is and will remain a faith without any proof.
Waiting for the time when they will be able to see all of this themselves.’
Questions and Answers Part 4, 1952
Jozef goes into the pieces of proof:
Yes, there is enough proof.
We got the books.
I healed.
I saw, experienced wonders with healing, the people have experienced ten, twenty wonders such as from Christ.
And did you think that the people now believe me and categorically accept because of that wonder?
Yes, for a moment.
Sir, in two, three year’s time you will have forgotten it.
And now I understand why the masters did not want to begin with those wonders.
Because you do not achieve anything.
You only experience the human poverty which is in a mess as a result of suffering, sorrow, physical misery.
When that is over then ...
Then the Messiah got stones thrown at him.
‘He made me see’, they said.
‘He made me see.’
Yes, and then they began to steal.
Then the human being who saw also wanted to possess everything.
‘If only He had not done it’, father said, and mother, ‘then that child of ours would not have become a slut.’
And the Christ is now saddled with this.
Sir, wonders mean nothing now.
But we have proof by means of the books.
It cannot come from one human being what we have there, because what I have is still not for sale in the world.
Questions and Answers Part 4, 1952
And then Jozef emphasizes the importance of the inner life of the soul:
But there are people here, sir, who are touched, and who are struck by these laws.
They categorically feel: that is it.
And then no more proof is needed, because their soul, their life of feeling from the past has revealed itself.
Questions and Answers Part 4, 1952
When people experienced temples in Ancient Egypt in previous lives, that inner self gives the recognition of particular content of the books by Jozef Rulof.
This still does not mean that people have developed enough feeling in order to explain the occult laws:
(Lady in the hall): ‘If we have now experienced the temples, because we were attracted to these teachings, why are we all still pupils now?
Did we gain so little wisdom then?’
You have enough wisdom, not the feeling yet.
(Lady in the hall): ‘Oh yes.’
What is now a law, an occult gift?
The word, the answer which I gave you to that question there, there is no one in the world capable of giving you that answer, even if you go to the yogis, to the initiates in the East.
It is cosmically deep.
It is a cosmically responsible law.
You do not yet have the feeling.
And for five grams of sensitive feeling for this gift, speaking, wisdom, you need thirty lives, thirty full lives.
What do you learn in this life?
You only know.
If you do not begin with it, you will learn nothing.
You must begin to examine, to get to know, the body, the spirit, the universe, God, Christ, everything.
And you do not even do that.
The human being does not want that.
You only learn dogmatic theories, no more than that.
But you must begin with: yes is yes, and no is no, love, justice, harmony.
Then you lay foundations for your western personality.
But now the spiritual personality; and it feels, it sees, it hears, it can explain these laws.
Questions and Answers Part 6, 1951