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Published in : 2019-07-23 | by Theosophical Society
The fundamental teaching in The Secret Doctrine (SD) is that, essentially, we are all one. This boundless unity, when manifesting on the planes of limitation, ...
Published in : 2019-07-23 | by Theosophical Society
Presented on July 22, 2019 In a presentation of the 133rd Summer National Convention of the Theosophical Society in America, Pablo Sender will explore a ...
Published in : 2019-03-13 | by Theosophical Society
Presented on March 7, 2019 Hindu yoga philosophy describes four states of consciousness that can be experienced by human beings – waking, dreaming, ...
Published in : 2019-05-22 | by Theosophical Society
Presented on May 22, 2013 Part Three of the Living Theosophy series on "The Secret Path.
Published in : 2013-03-09 | by Theosophical Society
This recently updated documentary celebrates over 135 years of Theosophy in America, beginning with the early history of the Theosophical Society, and ...
Published in : 2019-07-23 | by Theosophical Society
Presented on July 22, 2019 In a presentation of the 133rd Summer National Convention of the Theosophical Society in America, Elena Dovalsantos will explore ...
Published in : 2014-10-18 | by Theosophical Society
Annie Besant was a passionate advocate of the Third Object of the TS, which involves the exploration of unknown laws of nature and the spiritual powers latent ...
Published in : 2019-07-21 | by Theosophical Society
The Secret Doctrine affirms that amid diverse appearances and modes of consciousness, a unified source and spiritual bond links all forms of life. The evolution ...
Published in : 2019-07-21 | by Theosophical Society
Mitch Horowitz explores how HPB examined and redefined unorthodox topics in The Secret Doctrine, from the divine feminine to Akashic "photographs" to the ...
Published in : 2019-04-30 | by Theosophical Society
Presented on April 18, 2019 You have likely heard of the secret teachings of all ages – a body of knowledge that goes under many names. Sometimes it's called ...