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febrero 8, 2021
  • World Crises: The Root Cause

    Padmanabhan Krishna

    This interactive series will explore three different aspects of the crisis humanity is facing. The three-week class will look at all the major global challenges and their origins; the changes needed when addressing these challenges and whether they can be resolved by altering external factors; and whether current systems of education can solve the issues we face or if we need to work for a different vision.
     
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febrero 19, 2021
  • Quantum Presence: Exploring Tele-connections as a Collective Spiritual Deepening Evolution

    Gabriele Uhlein
     
    February 19, March 19, April 16, May 21, 2 - 4 pm PDT
     
    The world is "zooming"! E-connecting is a new human "normal". Can such emergent "presencing" evolve into a spiritual deepening practice? Are we evolving our human capacity for non-local presence at a species level? Drawing on her background in process theology and phenomenology, the reflections of Teilhard de Chardin, and world view of Perennial Wisdom, S. Gabe Uhlein will offer commentary and practice. The sessions are engaging, experiential and designed for mutual discovery and insight. Offered as a series of four monthly explorations, each session is dedicated to a different emergent aspect of our shared e-reality. Join us as you are able, for one session or for all four. Come and explore the possibilities with us.
     
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marzo 16, 2021
  • Understanding Death & After

     Ravi Ravindra
     
    All that lives will die, and we wonder what happens after death. Our attitude toward death and dying has a direct impact on our living. According to yaksha,a celestial spirit, in the Mahabharata, the greatest mystery in the world is that we humans see creatures dying all around us but none of us believes that I too will die. We will explore the understanding of death and what happens after death as perceived and articulated in three major religious traditions – Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity – also in some Theosophical literature. Our attitude about death is very much influenced by our understanding of what the real “I” is, and what is the relationship between “I” and ‘me’, the usual body-mind. What does it mean to die consciously,as implied in the Sufi saying also written above the entrance on St.Paul’s Monastery on Mount Athos?
     
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abril 6, 2021
  • Key Teachings in The Secret Doctrine and Their Relevance Today

    Elena Dovalsantos
     
    April 6, 13, 20, 27  10 am – Noon PDT

    The Secret Doctrine, HP Blavatsky’s greatest work, forms the foundation of what we know today asTheosophy.” Its teachings have been given to the world in various forms by sages throughout the ages and remain timeless, answering the most fundamental questions of existence. Only by realizing the answers to these perennial questions can we truly understand ourselves and our world, achieve true transformation,and shape our own destinies. In this course, we will explore some of the most important concepts in The Secret Doctrine and see how the teachings apply to our lives today. Different versions of this series have been given in various settings including the School of the Wisdom at Adyar, Chennai, India in December 2019.

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abril 8, 2021
  • Silent Awareness: The Revelation That Changes Everything

    Cynthia Overweg

    There is a silence which predates time. It was there before we were born and will be there when we die. The Buddha called it “empty space, the home of the awakened mind.” In the Book of Acts, it is the silence in which “we live and move and have our being.” To the mystic, it is the voice of the eternal calling us home to our true self. This powerful and healing presence has always been within us and around us, yet with rare exceptions, it goes unnoticed. Why? What stands in the way? In this four-part series, we explore what prevents us from being aware of the awareness that radically changes everything we think we know about life and death. In the deepest sense, we are the awareness that is silent, but we have forgotten it. The question is, and always has been, can we learn to remember? What is required of us? In each session, we’ll look at ways we can be aware of the sacred silence which transcends the ordinary mind. The bold aim of this program is to encounter the inner peace which sets us free.

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abril 24, 2021
  • W.B. Yeats: Mystic and Poet

    Catherine Ann Jones

     April 24, 10 am-11:30 am and 2:00-3:30 pm PDT
     
    Catherine's workshop will include visualizations, reflections, and short writing exercises inspired by the mystical life and poetry of William Butler Yeats (1865 - 1939), a leader of the Irish Literary Revival. Active in the Dublin and London Theosophical Lodges, he was deeply interested in practical experiences of the supernormal. Similar to the ideas of William Blake, as well as to the eastern concept of Maya or illusion of the material world, Yeats concerned himself with the eternal soul of the universe. Yeats was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923 for "his always inspired poetry, which in a highly artistic form gives expression to the spirit of a whole nation."
     
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mayo 3, 2021
  • Crisis, Interdependence and the Fabric of Compassion

    Linda and Pedro Oliveira

    The unprecedented crisis which has been brought about by Covid-19 has revealed to the whole world what Theosophical teachings have upheld from time immemorial:  interdependence is an essential part of humanity's evolution and the whole of existence.   In this series we will probe into the meaning and purpose of crises, and how the current pandemic has brought to the surface the truth that no one lives or dies for himself or herself.   An intrinsic part of this enquiry is how every crisis, including violence, can contribute to the awakening of compassion, and can become the teacher and the guide - even through unspeakably challenging times.

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mayo 14, 2021
  • Antropogénesis Las 12 Estancias de Dzyan

    E Carbonell, M Leiderman, P Sender, G Torres

    ¿Cómo surgió la humanidad? ¿Quiénes son nuestros antecesores? ¿Cómo fue desenvuelto el pro- grama detransformaciones físicas y psíquico espirituales en las diferentesrazas y sub razas que han surgido hasta el presente? ¿Qué fuerzas einteligencias en nuestro Sistema Solar y Planetario han cooperado eneste proceso? ¿Cuál es el plan para el futuro de la humanidad? Daremos respu- esta a estas y otras preguntas en relación a las 12 Estancias de Dzyan de Antropogénesis de La Doctrina Secreta de HP Blavatsky y de sus comentarios. 

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noviembre 2, 2021
  • Secret Doctrine Forum The Reawakening of the Universe: Inquiry and Application

    The Secret Doctrine - The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy is H.P. Blavatsky’s greatest work. Based on a collection of secret aphorisms known as the “Stanzas of Dzyan,” it presents a panoramic view of the origin and evolution of the universe from an esoteric standpoint. In our biennial gathering, the SD Forum, we study together these teachings in order to arrive at deeper insights and explore their applications to our lives. This year we will inquire into Stanzas I, II, and III of the first volume, which describe the reawakening of the cosmos after a period of rest and the manifestation of the Logos.

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