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  • Tim Boyd was elected the new International President of the Theosophical Society and took office on 28 April 2014. He is the Theosophical Society's eighth President since the Society's founding in 1875.

  • International President of the Theosophical Society, Tim Boyd shares lessons from the past and his thoughts on the evolutionary process.
  • In a letter, Dorothy Bell shares thoughts on the power of a theosophical worldview to unravel a universal problem.
  • An article by Dorothy Bell, Internatonal Speaker for the Theosophical Society writes: a person's worldview is the centre from which he or she views the world and universe – the Whole. We each experience every aspect of our lives through the window or projector lens of our set of beliefs – which is our unique worldview.
  • An article based on a booklet by Joy Mills on The Human Journey: Quest for Self-Transformation.
  • Have we made much progress on the path to brotherhood and unity since the founding of the Society in 1875?
  • Betty Bland considers the possibly unexpected benefits of near death experiences.
  • The theme of our recent Convention in Napier, The Way Forward for Humanity: Achieving Universal Brotherhood, engenders ongoing dialogue. The theme comes from the Society’s First Object: To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity.
  • A Lesson on Brotherhood from Ancient Egypt. Warwick Keys looks to Ancient Egypt’s wisdom to find the source of the unifying esoteric beliefs behind a civilisation.
  • Custom and habit may lead us into patterns of thought and action which, by their very repetition, seem to be lacking in freshness and spontaneity.