School of Theosophy - Spring
Theme: Living Theosophy in the 21st Century
9 to 15 October 2019
We are living at a time where the evolution of our human civilizations is accelerating. Values, ethics & community's life models are changing rapidly. Science and Technologies are reshaping the landscape of our human development. Ancient Wisdom teachings are more than ever a robust guide on an ever-moving path. Their application to day-to-day life requires an adaptation to the new challenges.
This Summer School proposes an assessment of the current world situation, a diagnostic of the root causes of human behavior, and a review of the main principles/practices of the Ancient Wisdom. It is centered around human modes of being, and their modes of application/adaptation for a transformation of these modes of being to better accompany the human evolution trajectory.
- World Vision
- Causal analysis/ Root causes of suffering
- Science evolution / Technological revolutions
- Building Bridges Between Science & Traditions
- Transformation/Adaptation - The 4 Yogas
- Practices from the Traditions of the World
- Difficulties/Pitfalls & Remedies/Aids
Jacques Mahnich spent his professional carrier in Aeronautical Engineering Industry, specialized in Aircraft Powerplants Systems. He is a regular member of the French Theosophical Society, Adyar, since 1978, and of TOS-France. He is the founder of a Theosophical Study Group in the South of France, and he supports regular theosophical training courses and conferences. Involved in theosophical activities at the international level, he is a member of ITC (International Theosophical Conferences Inc.), a worldwide lecturer, the co-founder of a web blog dedicated to the search for the origin of the Stanzas of Dzyan http://prajnaquest.fr/blog, and the co-founder of a web-based Project http://theoscience.org which publish a quarterly review of Researches Relevant to Theosophy.
Auckland Theosophical Centre, 4 Warborough Avenue, Epsom, Auckland
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Registration only $140 (registration is non-refundable). This includes registration, lunch served daily (Wed-Thu- Fri-Sat-Sun-Mon-Tue) and morning and afternoon teas during the event.
Registration plus Accommodation - $280.00 (registration is non-refundable). At Vasanta House, 10 Warborough Ave, Epsom, Auckland. This includes Shared accommodation is available for an additional $140 and this includes accommodation and self- serve breakfast daily in the upstairs kitchen.