July events

Sunday studies at 7-8:30 pm  Wednesday presentations 7-9 pm  (+links to handouts)

Sun 1st July       The Friendly Philosopher: Letters by Robert Crosbie (reading and discussion)
Letters 1-3, page 363 the “In The Beginning” section

Wed 4th July   Conversations on Spirituality (presentation / review of videoed interviews etc and discussion)

Sun 8th July     On Our Three Objects by H. P. Blavatsky (reading and discussion; page 1:83 in PDF)

Sun 15th July  The Science of Life by H. P. Blavatsky (reading and discussion; page 2:207 in PDF)

Wed 18th July  The Genius of Pythagoras (presentation / review of film and discussion)

Sun 22nd July  True Clairvoyance by Robert Crosbie (reading and discussion)

Sun 29th July   Heredity and Reincarnation (reading and discussion, compilation from H. P. Blavatsky and William Q. Judge)

August events

Wednesday presentations 7-9 pm, Summer break, no Sunday meetings  (+links to handouts)

Wed 1st August  The Heart Doctrine August 2018 (presentation / review of video and discussion)

Wed 15th August  The Afterlife: Tibetan and Theosophical Views (presentation / review of video and discussion)

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Summer programme

1st July 2018 starts the summer break for the weekly Sunday and Wednesday meetings.

There are fortnightly informal Wednesday meetings monthly July to Sept (1st and 3rd Weds from 7-9 pm). The weekly ones restart Weds Oct 3rd.

Sunday weekly meetings continue until the end of July, none in August & restart on 16th September. See July-Sept programme below

All meetings details are in the printable A4 leaflet in PDF:

Click for Sunday Programme for July to September 2018 in PDF

Theosophy Pure & Simple

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Meetings start promptly so come a little early and introduce yourself, the doors open 30 minutes before. There are events on Sunday and Wednesday evenings, books are available for browsing and purchase after the meetings.

Seminar-workshops are held once a quarter on Saturdays from 3 to 6:15 pm, the next one will be on Sat 22nd September 2018.

You can listen to some of past seminars and talks here and see a list of past seminars here and past Sunday and Weds handouts here.

The Sunday meetings and the Theosophical Correspondence Course are recommended for all students, and for those new to Theosophy the introductory classes may be helpful.  The Wednesday meetings are especially suited to those familiar with the philosophy.  All events are free and open to the public.

The Lodge is at Robert Crosbie House, 62 Queen’s Gardens W2 3AH, close to Paddington and Lancaster Gate; the directions and a map are on the contact page.

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 Sundays

Sunday meetings can be joined in person or by Skype. To join by Skype contact  info@theosophy-ult.org.uk and review the Skype instructions to get the most from the meetings.

The programme of talks and study meetings is at the top of the page, just follow the link to the PDF.

 

sunday-theosophy-forum

5.15 pm Sunday Introductory Group – ended for summer break

Restarts on Sunday October 7th 2018

5.15 – 6 pm Theosophy on the art of meditation

6 – 6.30 pm Questions and Answers on theosophical and associated subjects of interest

The meditation session is to provide guidance on learning how to safely meditate based on Theosophic principles. The Q&A group is for all enquirers. To find out more, come in to the centre or contact us.

7 pm Sunday talks and discussion forums – none in August, restarts on September 16th 

The Sunday meetings are for both those new to the philosophy and for those familiar with it.  They cover all its major tenets through a programme of study of the articles of H.P. Blavatsky, William Q Judge and Robert Crosbie, who started the ULT and was a pupil of the original founders.

Wednesday weekly meetings – restarts in October

Now ended for the summer break – see above for informal fortnightly meetings July-Aug-Sept.

The once weekly study class restarts on Wednesday October 3rd 2018.

The study group is a friendly company of students who wish to learn, apply and put into use the perennial Wisdom as it was originally given.  The approach to the texts is an enquiring and respectful one that helps open them up to a shared understanding and a truer assessment of their meaning.

 

Contact

Complete the contact form to receive the quarterly programme or the correspondence course by email or post.

 

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    1. Seminar: Plato & Buddha, Ammonius & Adi Shankara

      September 22 @ 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm