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I come to realize that mind is no other than mountains and rivers and the great wide earth, the sun and the moon and stars. [Dogen]


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HPB Theosophy discussion Group now added.

Started by John E. Mead in Introductory & Rules of the Road on Monday. 0 Replies

Since there is a demand for HPB Theosophy - We added a Group, HPB Theosophy, where people may discuss it.  We are still HPB free in all other discussion areas. The Group is also under the Groups tab as well.Continue

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The Imaginal Mind

Started by John E. Mead in Theosophy. Last reply by Mauri 19 hours ago. 12 Replies

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

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Mundis Imaginalis

Started by John E. Mead in Theosophy. Last reply by John E. Mead Sep 5, 2014. 13 Replies

(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

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Orch OR theory of Consciousness

Started by John E. Mead in Science. Last reply by John E. Mead Oct 8, 2014. 20 Replies

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

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Panentheism - the ultimate root of theosophy?

Started by John E. Mead in Theosophy. Last reply by Mark Kusek Jun 26, 2014. 11 Replies

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

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The copycat theory, Zeidgeist

Started by Zainab Farhad in Theosophy. Last reply by John E. Mead Jun 15, 2014. 15 Replies

I have been looking into christianity and also reading the bible. But one thing that is confusing me is the copycat theory that says that Jesus has a lot in common with both sun gods, Mithra and Horus, Krishna and a lot of other deities. I've looked…Continue

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General Theosophy #132

Posted by Richard Ihle on February 18, 2015 at 9:57am 0 Comments

“Don’t worry about making mistakes; just worry about not Mindfully watching yourself as you make them.”—General Theosophy

General Theosophy #130

Posted by Richard Ihle on February 8, 2015 at 10:17am 1 Comment

“Good health is normally much less educational than poor.”—General Theosophy

General Theosophy #129

Posted by Richard Ihle on January 15, 2015 at 3:11pm 0 Comments

“The difference between a theosophist and a Theosopher: the former is possibly just a person who is at least willing to consider as epistemologically valid…

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General Theosophy #127

Posted by Richard Ihle on January 6, 2015 at 4:26pm 1 Comment

“At least you can never lose an argument when you change the knowledge, opinions, or preferences you temporarily are back into the knowledge, opinions, or…

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General Theosophy #126

Posted by Richard Ihle on January 6, 2015 at 10:03am 1 Comment

“To learn anything else, a traveler must change a familiar old road into an unfamiliar new one.”—General Theosophy

General Theosophy #131

Posted by Richard Ihle on February 15, 2015 at 5:27pm 1 Comment

“Theosophy is your religion minus the words.”—General Theosophy

 
 
 

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