Sunday talks and study forums
Sundays from 7 – 8:30 pm at 62 Queen’s Gardens W2 3AH
Sunday 3rd March The Foundations for True Education (talk)
Character building and spiritual, moral development were once the core of education. How can we revive those in modern education?
Sunday 10th March The Bhagavad Gita: The Opportunity of Being (click for handout; 3 of 3; presentation)
Regaining the True Self. The Gita is called The Lord’s Song, it is a personal book and guide. The Speech of Life is a song, sung to every being so it can “know Itself,” the story of developing consciousness.
Details of the three meetings on the Bhagavad Gita are on the Gita events page
Sunday 17th March William Q. Judge & “The Three Divisions of Karma” (Annual WQJ Day Meeting)
Karmic Law is made clear and practical in WQJ’s books & articles. To understand Karma and Reincarnation is the first step, & Judge’s life and work show the skill with which he walked the Path.
Saturday Seminar 23rd March St. Germain, Cagliostro, Mesmer & Swami Dayanand (3 – 6.15 pm)
The 4th On the Path seminar on well-known teachers from the East & West from the 18th and 19th centuries. We will study their lives and see why their ideas have so much to offer in this technological age.
Sunday 24th March The Mystery Tradition (talk)
All the mystery schools taught initiates the esoteric path to ultimate Union with the Divine, as well as the secret wisdom of nature, man, and the universe.
Sunday 31st March AUM! article by William Q. Judge (study group)
The most sacred mystic syllable of the Vedas is AUM. “Let man meditate on the syllable OM, it is the highest and the best of all essences.”
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The Sunday meetings provide access to Theosophy through a programme of talks and the reading, study and discussion of original articles. The meetings are suitable for all, whether new to the philosophy or familiar with it. Some Sanskrit words and other terms are used as they are more suitable to describe metaphysical concepts but there are only a few and all are in the Glossary.
The meetings are from 7 to 8:30 pm at 62 Queen’s Gardens, W2 3AH, the nearest stations are Paddington, Bayswater and Lancaster Gate. All are welcome, there are no charges but please arrive promptly.
You can come without booking, although do call if you would like to ask for more details, 020 7723 0688 or 07753 619 953 or email us using the contact form, where you’ll also find directions.
About Theosophy and the ULT
The Lodge programme takes up the writings of two of the most active founders of the Theosophical Society, H. P. Blavatsky and William Q Judge, along with those of Robert Crosbie, the founder of the ULT.
The influence of the Theosophical movement brought to Western thought the largely Eastern ideas of karma and reincarnation. Theosophy introduced practices such as meditation, and the then-radical concepts of the interconnectedness between all forms of life, and the principles of non-violence. These developments have become better understood and being more widely accepted have given rise to the study and appreciation of consciousness as a subject of importance to man’s wellbeing and his development.
Robert Crosbie was a direct pupil of the two founders and started the ULT in 1909 because he wished to see their work continued along the same lines and with the same ideals. The programme of the ULT remains faithful to these pioneers whose writings remain the most reliable and trusted source of this perennial and perfectly-evolved system.
All enquirers are encouraged to get in touch or to come to the meetings.