Secret Doctrine Commentary
Stanzas I – IV Including a section on dreams
Transactions of the Blavatsky Lodge
In response to the demand for further light on the “Stanzas of Dzyan” which form the basis of The Secret Doctrine (1888), H.P. Blavatsky answered a variety of questions at weekly meetings of the Blavatsky Lodge of the Theosophical Society in London. He replies illumine many facets of the teachings that are important, but often difficult for students and inquirers.
The discussions cover the first four stanzas of Volume I and treat of such topics as cosmic genesis, universal mind, man’s inner nature, the mystery of fohat (divine ideative energy), the relation between consciousness and substance, religious symbolism, and the evolution of worlds and men – with an appendix on dreams following Part I.
Because the members of the Blavatsky Lodge felt these meetings would be helpful to other readers of her works, they transcribed the questions and answer and, in somewhat condensed form, issued them in two parts in 1890 and 1891
Presented here in one volume, this Commentary makes a thought-provoking companion for all students of the Secret Doctrine
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