September 28 – October 1
Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – noon PDT
The Theosophical tradition and the Hindu non-dual teachings postulate that the real cause of suffering is that we are not aware of our eternal nature. Because we identify ourselves with the impermanent aspects of our beings (body and mind), we go through life “mourning for that which is not worthy of grief,” as said Krishna to Arjuna on the battlefield. But in order to realize our eternal nature, we need to start paying attention to it–learning about it, inquiring into it, contemplating it. Drawing from the writings of Theosophists such us H. P. Blavatsky and Geoffrey Hodson, and Hindu non-dual teacher Nisargadatta Maharaj, we will explore the eternal in us, and learn how to look at the world and life from this perspective.
Series $50, Single Session $15.
Pablo Sender, PhD, has been a member of the Theosophical Society since 1996. He has lived and worked at the international headquarters of the TS in Adyar, India; at the national center of the TS in America, and is currently residing at the Krotona Institute of Theosophy in Ojai, California. He has presented programs and retreats in India, Europe, Oceania, and the three Americas. He writes for many Theosophical journals and is the author of The Evolution of the Higher Consciousness. www.pablosender.com