“Our own life has to be our message.”
― Thich Nhat Hanh, The World We Have: A Buddhist Approach to Peace and Ecology
Theosophy: "Intuitional knowledge or wisdom resulting from progress in Self-awareness and/or experience of one's own Transcendental ('Divine') Nature."
Theosophist: "An individual who is at least willing to consider potential knowledge and/or wisdom purporting to have been derived in this special epistemological way."
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The Imaginal Mind (imagination) is a great tool for theosophists. To start off, one of the attributes is the ability to see two (or more) sides of the same thing at the same time. One of the most common practical uses is in the study of religious…Continue
(updated Aug. 14, 2014 - fixed link and quote from scribd)One of the key people who explored the use of Imagination in theosophy was Henry Corbin. During this last century he developed a theory of imagination called Mundis Imaginalis, lacking a…Continue
The "Orch OR" theory of consciousness was originally presented in Penrose's book "The Road to Reality" in the late 1990's. At the time the theory was too speculative to garner much scientific support. However recent discoveries have supported this…Continue
The idea of Panentheism sometimes strikes me a s an ultimate theosophical position. It places connections between everything, explains the Hermetic axiom "As Above so Below; As Below so Above." It can even be used to explain entanglement in Quantum…Continue
General InformationThe Hymn/Dance of Jesus was performed after the Last Supper (Maundy Thursday)The best edition of the Greek remains is in Bonnet, Acta Apost. Apocr. 11.1, 1898: Book V of the Historia Apostolica of Abdias (Fabricius, Cod. Apoer.…Continue
This is a continuation of the discussion in the FAQ on Mind/ Consciousness/ Sciencethe (most) of the relevant discussion is below.========= Reply by Capt. Anand Kumar on Saturday Science Vs Spiritualism is a topic that never seems to go away. As if…Continue