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Man becomes great exactly in the degree in which he works for the welfare of his fellow-men. .
-- Mahatma Gandhi

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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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What is reality?

Started by Bikram Mehta in Theosophy on Wednesday. 0 Replies

What is reality?Magnifying rippleless intuitive thought, still in its movement within the divine current, unresistant, yet aware & receptive, the revealed reality being thus self evident is boundless because the self imposed boundaries of our…Continue

Current Meditations

Started by John in Meditations. Last reply by Bikram Mehta Sep 4. 4 Replies

Posts regarding Daily Meditations.Continue

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The Imaginal Mind

Started by John in Theosophy. Last reply by John Aug 1, 2015. 18 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

Tags: Images, Imafination, Imaginal

Mundis Imaginalis

Started by John in Theosophy. Last reply by John Sep 6, 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

Tags: Imagination, Mundus, Imaginary, Imaginalis, Imaginal

Orch OR theory of Consciousness

Started by John in Science. Last reply by John 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

Tags: Chopra, Penrose, Consciousness

Panentheism - the ultimate root of theosophy?

Started by John 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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Divergent perceptions

Posted by Bikram Mehta on September 5, 2018 at 8:27am 3 Comments

Thought of the day on: Mental parallax

Perceptions vary from person to person based upon past experiences and assimilated knowledge, coloured by the texture of our mind. A prejudiced mind will see things quite…

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General Theosophy #80

Posted by Richard Ihle on October 25, 2012 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

Theosophy, as ‘personal religion,’ begins with the realization that no one, past or present, can know more about fundamentally unknowable subjects than you…

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General Theosophy #157

Posted by Richard Ihle on February 20, 2016 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

"Seek the sage who knows life well enough not to bother signing his or her name to whatever he or she knows."—General Theosophy

General Theosophy #158

Posted by Richard Ihle on March 21, 2016 at 9:58pm 0 Comments

"Modern science might convince you that you are a biochemical machine; Theosophy, that you are in the machine."—General Theosophy

General Theosophy #145

Posted by Richard Ihle on June 23, 2015 at 1:00pm 1 Comment

“It is often easier to weather the storm than the storm warning.”—General Theosophy

General Theosophy #144

Posted by Richard Ihle on June 20, 2015 at 2:46pm 0 Comments

“An accident is often just a lower state of mindfulness trying to wake up a higher one.”—General Theosophy

 
 
 

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