Online Programs Calendar

List of Online Programs

Theme: Reflections

Welcome to Krotona School of Theosophy’s 2021 winter/spring classes. Please check the listings from time to time, as additional classes will be added during this semester. We continue with all classes on Zoom, with faculty presenting live from Krotona or from home. We plan to resume on-site classes next fall as permitted again, along with streaming.

One theme emerging from our spring offerings is Reflection. No one can doubt the challenges we’ve faced together this past year, nor the united effort needed to achieve a measure of peace within ourselves and our world. Meaningful change begins with respectful, earnest inquiry and fresh insights. We will consider ancient truths regarding human nature, the source of all transforming change, intriguing questions regarding death, surprising elements of an authentic mysticism, essential teachings of the Ageless Wisdom, the revelatory nature of silent awareness.

Class Format
Classes are usually one or two hours in length. Interaction varies with faculty, but always includes ample time for exchange. With faculty approval, recordings will be available for on-demand viewing after completion of the series. Additional information regarding live streaming and Zoom technical support is provided with confirmation of your enrollment.

Tuition
Minimal fees help us meet the educational and operations requirements of a unique non-profit, international center. Krotona Institute is fortunate that all of our directors, department managers, and TS faculty volunteer their services. Our resident community also gives generously of their time and experience. Essential fees and donations are applied directly for educational resources and a healthy, sustainable, and comfortable learning environment.

Scholarships are available. Every request is honored as best we can. Contact registrar Annie Johnstone, at the email below, who will guide you through enrollment. Donations above the tuition fee, in any amount, are also welcome. An essential support for all aspects of Krotona’s outreach, your donations help us make scholarships available for others.

Enrollment
Register for a single session or full series, using the following options. School office hours: 9 am – 5 pm Pacific Time.

Online: via credit/debit card or PayPal
Phone: 805-646-1139
Fax: 805-646-1144
email: schoolregistrar@krotonainstitute.org

January 22, 2021
  • Black Books and Red Book: C.G. Jung the Visionary

    Stephan Hoeller
    Weekend Seminar

    January 22 – 24
    Friday 7:30 – 9 pm, Saturday 10 – noon, 2 – 4 pm, Sunday 10 – noon PST

    With the recent publication of Jung’s Black Books, a new disclosure of Jung’s visions and mystical insights has become available.  Dr. Stephan Hoeller was the author of the first eleven lectures explaining the Red Book.  At this time we will compare the message of the Red Book and the Black Books, interpreting the content of both.  
                                                                                                             Single session  $15  Series  $50

    Stephan Hoeller, PhD, has been a member of the Theosophical Society for over 50 years.  He has taught esoteric subjects internationally and has authored books on CG Jung, Gnosticism, Kabbalah, and kindred subjects.  His teachings on Jung’s Red Book are well known among students of Jung’s work throughout the world.  Dr Hoeller is also a Bishop of the Ecclesia Gnostica, a church of Gnostic descent and tradition, and continues to lead a Gnostic parish in Los Angeles.

    Click here to learn more and register

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