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Essential Wholeness: Transformation through Self Becoming by Helen (Savage) Todd

Moreover the ‘Secret Doctrine’ teaches:– “The fundamental identity of all Souls with the Universal Over-Soul, that latter being itself an aspect of the Unknown Root; and the obligatory pilgrimage for every Soul–a spark of the former–through the cycle of Incarnation (or “Necessity”) in accordance with Cyclic and Karmic law, during the whole term. In other

The Transmural View

On Seeking the Source … How is this to be done? What is the best way for achieving such an object? was the ever-recurring question. To make our plan clearer, an illustration may be attempted. When a tourist coming from a well-explored country, suddenly reaches the borderland of a terra incognita, hedged in, and shut out

“The Nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity” – Soen Nakagawa Roshi

Friend in Dharma: As a monk coming from the Far East, I want to read aloud the three objectives of the Theosophical Society, and I will refer to these three objectives in my talk. 1. To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste, or color. 2.

The Great Movement by Emmett Small

The Great Movement by Emmett Small Emmett Small – 1974 Back of and beyond the Theosophical Society–all Theosophical Societies–stands the Theosophical Movement. The words clumsily express the thought, but the thought should be clear to all theosophical readers. The Movement is enduring, the Society can be transient; the Movement is ever aiding the constructive evolutionary

Who We Are

The 'Point Loma' School of Theosophic Perennialism follows a qualitative tradition of inner inquiry from a standpoint based on both received wisdom and self knowledge of inner experience. Within the recent Theosophic cycle, from the late 1800's until now, the 'Point Loma' view represents the method and wisdom aspects of the 'middle way' approach unified as one.

"Think of Theosophy as not so much as a body of philosophic or other teaching but as the highest law of conduct, which is the enacted expression of divine love or compassion"

"Thinking towards the unthinkable is a wonderful, spiritualizing force: one cannot think toward it without a disposition to think more or feel more--without opening up the inner consciousness of man. And when that inner consciousness is awakened, the soul finds itself closer to the infinite laws, closer to THAT, or that great center which no words can express." --Katherine Tingley (1847 - 1929)