School of Theosophy 2024 - Impediments to Self-Awakening with Barry Bowden. The school will run from Thursday 25 April to Sunday 28 April. Registration will open on 1st March 2024 - you can register online or look out for the registration form in the March issue of Theosophia.
127th National Convention of the Theosophical Society in NZ Inc. Exploring the Journey of the Soul, 11 – 16 January 2024 At the Scenic Hotel Cotswold, Christchurch.
Come and join us as we explore together to deepen our understanding of the Mystery of which we are all a part. Why are we here? What is our part to play? How do we open ourselves to the possibilities hidden within? What can we learn from others? This theme is at the very heart of Theosophy. We look forward to sharing together the journey of discovery.
The reactivated World Federation of Young Theosophists (WFYT) is organizing an international convention of young theosophists that will take place from 27-30 December 2023 in the TS headquarters, Adyar (India). This will be an occasion to connect with fellow young like-minded brothers and sisters coming from different countries and continents who hold dear the essence of Theosophy, and who try to embrace it and bring it to Life, day by day. Also, we will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Young Theosophists’ movement founded under the presidency of Annie Besant.
The International Theosophical Society Annual Convention will be held from 31 December (8:30am) 2023 to 4th January (6pm) held at the International Headquarters in Adyar, Chennai, India. This is one of the best time to visit Adyar and participate in this inspiring event. Registration is required and accommodation is available to members of the Society.
The International Theosophical Headquarter in Adyar, Chennai each year holds a series of events called the Schools of Wisdom which are available to members to attend. These events generally take place in Blavatsky Bungalow on the property, with classes conducted by respected presenters.
Richard Sell comes from a Theosophical family in New Zealand and first joined the Theosophical Society as a teenager. Richard loves all things theosophical, but he is especially interested in the self-awareness and transformation process that is undertaken by the individual and how this can be applied in everyday living.
Interested in exploring Theosophy at a deeper level? Come along to this special weekend where we will be exploring some of the keynote principles underlying the Modern Theosophical Movement introduced through the Theosophical Society at its’ founding. These ideas based on the principles of the unity of all life, the cyclic nature of the universe, and the pathways to the unfolding of awareness, have been put forward for exploration.
Out of the billions of human beings on the planet Earth, only a few are deeply struck by the obvious fact that ‘I did not create myself.’ We use the expression ‘I am breathing’ as if I created my breathing apparatus as well as the air that is needed fo