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Theosophical Glossary, The
 
Blavatsky, H.P.
€17,85
Hardcover
English
389p
Theosophy Company
0-938998-04-8
1.068 kg
Hardcover
The Theosophical Glossary labours under the disadvantage of being an almost entirely posthumous work, of which the author only saw the first thirty-two pages in proof. This is all the more regrettable, for H.P.B., as was her wont, was adding considerably to her original copy, and would no doubt have increased the volume far beyond its present limits, and so have thrown light on many obscure terms that are not included in the present Glossary, and more important still, have furnished us with a sketch of the lives and teachings of the most famous Adepts of the East and West.
Theosophy and Christianity
 
Edge, H.T.
€8,50
Paperback
English
71p
Point Loma Publications California
0-913004-17
0.092 kg
Paperback
Esoteric light on Christianity, its forms and its scriptures, including: the Creation; the Flood; the Sacraments – the Eucharist and Baptism; the Trinity; the Cross; the Golden Rule; the Immanent Christ. It also touches on the Mysteries of Eleusis; God, Prayer, the Problem of Evil, and the doctrine of Reincarnation.

Contents:
1. INTRODUCTORY
2. HISTORICAL SKETCH
‘Pagan’ Origin of Christianity. Early Forms of Christianity. Development of Christianity
3. THE BIBLE-FUNDAMERNTAL TEACHINGS: I
The New Testament. The Creation. The Flood. Redemption and Salvation. Sacraments: The Eucharist. Sacraments: Baptism
4. THE BIBLE-FUNDAMENTAL TEACHINGS: II
Reincarnation. The Doctrine of the Trinity. The Cross. The Mysteries. The Second Coming of Christ. The Golden Rule. The Immanent Christ
5. CHRISTIANITY AND MORALITY
God. Prayer. The Problem of Evil

CONCLUSION
Theosophy and Social Responsibility - Applying the Head and Heart Teachings of H.P. Blavatsky
Contributions Given at the Annual International Theosophy Conference, Santa Barbara, California, USA
International Theosophy Conferences Inc. (ITC)
€15,00
Paperback
English
121p
I.S.I.S. Foundation
978-90-70163-77-8
0.315 kg
Paperback
The aim of the 2016 Conference was to explore the active connection between Theosophical teachings and social responsibility
Guided by the principles and metaphysical perspectives given in The Secret Doctrine and other writings of H.P. Blavatsky and those of her close co-workers, conference participants discussed how fundamental ethical questions reflected in contemporary social conditions might be answered
How might students of Theosophy understand and practice social responsibility? What thoughts and deeds might help us reduce suffering and improve the quality of life for all that lives?
Do the teachings of Theosophy, in particular the message of H.P. Blavatsky, indicate a duty to help others?
The program and location of the Conference, at La Casa de Maria in Santa Barbara, provided an inspiring and regenerative opportunity for both formal and informal discussion in a community of Theosophical learning

Contents:
Welcome from the Three ITC Presidents
Jan Nicholas Kind, Vice President
Herman C. Vermeulen, Vice President
Gene Jennings, President

Presentation of the Theme and the Program
Carolyn Dorrance

Plenary Dialogue on The Great Master’s Letter
Excerpts from the Great Master’s Letter
Facilitator: Gene Jennings

The Stanzas of Dzyan as Presented in The Secret Doctrine
Martin Leiderman

H.P.B. and Social Responsibility
Herman C. Vermeulen
Wesley Amerman
Leonie Van Gelder
Minor Lile

Approaching The Secret Doctrine
Martin Leiderman
Johanna Vermeulen-Piket
Pierre Wouters

Plenary Harvest: What Have We Learned Today?
Facilitator: Gerry Kiffe

Why Are We Our Brothers Keeper?
Carolyn Dorrance
Sieglinde Plocki
Domen Kocevar

Plenary Harvest: What Have We Learned and What Can We Do?
Facilitators: Marijn Gijsbers and April Hejka-Ekins

Gandhi on Theosophy, Modern Civilization and Social Reform
James Tepfer

Study Circle Readings
The Four Golden Links and Theosophical Duty
The Influence of Wise Beings
Sound, Speech and Creativity
Helping Nature with Reference
Transforming Alienation into Brotherhood
Deeper Dimensions to Justice
The Ascending Cycle

Impressions and Reflections
Socratic Dialogue Meets World Peace,
Kate Blalack
A Krotonian’s Look at ITC 2016,
Olga Omlin
ITC 2016 Impressions of a Moderator,
Jonathan Colbert
Theosophy: A General View
What is Theosophy? A General View of Occult Doctrine
Ryan, Ch.J.
€7,85
Paperback
English
83p
Point Loma Publications California
0-913004-18-4
0.104 kg
Paperback
Here are the basic teachings of Theosophy amply covered: reincarnation, karma, the seven principles of man and the universe, the after-death states, the doctrine of evolution as a spiritual, not merely a material, process, acceptance of universal brotherhood as a fact in Nature, recognition of the divinity of man, and man as a pilgrim of eternity

Contents:
1. What is Theosophy?
2. Theosophy, a Unity of Religion, Science and Philosophy
3. Universal Laws in Nature
4. H.P. Blavatsky and the Founding of the Theosophical Society
5. Universal Brotherhood and the Divinity of Man
6. The Seven Principles of Man
7. Reincarnation: or Reimbodyment in Flesh
8. The Law of Karma
9. Man After Death
10. Theosophy and Science
11. Evolution Through Globes, Rounds, and Races
12. Psychology and Theosophy
13. The Masters of Wisdom, Comassion, and Peace
14. Theosophy and Mythology
15. Theosophy and Religion
16. Theosophy in the Bible
Thoughts on Music
 
Lange, D. de
€12,50
Paperback
English
130p
Stichting I.S.I.S.
90-70163-63-2
0.255 kg
Paperback
Musical art explained as one of the most important means of building up man’s character

Daniel de Lange, a well-known Dutch composer, conductor and pedagogue, exhibits here a unique aspect of music, one that is the prime means of building and perfecting the human character.
As Founder and former Director of the Conservatory of Music in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and Co-director of the Isis Conservatory of Music in the International Theosophical Headquarters in Point Loma, California, he speaks clearly from his own wealth of experience.
With his enormous interest in the spiritual side both of adults and, especially, children, he succeeds in bringing you to your own, inner musicality. No one is a-musical. Only a teacher’s inability can be responsible for any failure to discover and draw out the musical core of a child. In chapter one he reduces all technical and complicated musical theories to crystal-clear, universal principles.
Proceeding from there everyone, musically schooled or not, is able to follow his fascinating account of the Musical Art.

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