The Mahatma Letters to A. P. Sinnett

Theosophical University Press Edition

Letter No. 120

{Received March 11, 1882; Olcott, accompanied by two young chelas, left Bombay February 17, for a tour of the North. They stayed at Sinnett's March 11 to 14.}

To Mr. Sinnett's "Lady."

Wear the hair enclosed in a cotton tape (and if preferred in a metal armlet) a little lower than your left armpit below the left shoulder. Follow advice that will be given to you by Henry Olcott. It is good and we shall not object. Harbour not ill-feelings even against an enemy and one who has wronged you: for hatred acts like an antidote and may damage the effect of even this hair.

K. H.

Letter 121

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