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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 ...
Published in : 2016-09-17 | by Theosophical Society
Presented on September 15, 2016 Rumi was a 13th-century Persian poet, Islamic scholar, theologian and Sufi mystic. His influence transcends national borders ...
Published in : 2017-01-24 | by Theosophical Society
Presented on January 19, 2017 Over 3500 years ago, Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten had a dream for a world where all peoples lived in peace, were equal under ...
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 : 2015-02-10 | by Theosophical Society
Scientists agree that quantum mechanics is an incredibly successful theory, making accurate predictions for a huge variety of phenomena. However, there is ...
Published in : 2015-10-28 | by Theosophical Society
Presented on October 22, 2015 Discovered and developed in antiquity by Taoist monks, the art and science of Neigong (internal energy development) is the root ...
Published in : 2015-02-25 | by Theosophical Society
Carl Jung synthesized many aspects of Eastern and Western thought and introduced new and different perspectives impacting philosophers, folklorists, and ...
Published in : 2015-06-12 | by Theosophical Society
Who are the Masters of Wisdom about whom we hear so much? In his new book on the Masters Ed Abdill brings them to life, shattering many misconceptions by ...
Published in : 2015-03-16 | by Theosophical Society
The term "Akashic Records" was a term coined by 19th century Theosophists to refer to impressions of past events that are said to exist on non-physical planes.
Published in : 2018-06-29 | by Theosophical Society
Presented on June 21, 2018 Science and spirituality are often believed to be fundamentally opposed to one another, yet the application of scientific ...