March/April 2006


The Creative Use of The Mind - Editorial

As we prepare for the Wesak Festival and the celebration of the Buddha’s breakthrough some 2500 years ago, let us ponder on the potential of the mind, especially when the lighted bridge of the antahkarana has been constructed, to penetrate beyond the outer realms of life to the inner, causal level of the soul, and, still higher, the intuitive realm of buddhi.

The Great Approaches (The Coming New Religion), Part I - Djwhal Khul

It can be seen, therefore, that a very difficult interlude is now taking place in the world today. It is one wherein a process is being undergone by humanity which is similar to that which takes place so frequently in the life of an individual. The soul of the world is taking cognizance of outer affairs, preparatory to taking hold of the world situation.

The Free and Flowing Current of Life - Dale McKechnie

Two thousand years ago, Christ took advantage of the influence of Aries to introduce and express through His own being and life many new ideas…Among them, and the most important of all, was the revelation of the all-inclusive love of God.

Is Denunciation A Duty? - H. P. Blavatsky

In fact, the duty of defending a fellow man stung by a poisonous tongue during his absence, and to abstain, in general, "from condemning others", is the very life and soul of practical theosophy, for such action is the handmaiden who conducts one into the narrow Path of the "higher life", that life which leads to the goal we all crave to attain.

The Creative Process In The New Era - Crea Lynn

Experiencing the creative process, whether it be creativity or creative activity, is experiencing the "flow"…a higher state of consciousness where everything moves together abstractly in a synchronous dance.

Points of Synthesis: Plato and A. A. Bailey - H. Krog Nielsen

This presentation of the philosophy of Plato…will show, with the writings of the Tibetan as our background, a clear esoteric side to Plato and that he can be of inspiration for spiritual thinking today and also of use in the philosophical teaching in our schools.

Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), The Last Great Magician - Robert G. Waggener

Newton had a definite belief in what we today as students of the Ancient Wisdom call "Ether" or that substance underlying all of matter and space. Apparently, he obtained this belief from his study of Alchemy and some have suggested he could not have developed his theory of gravity without this underpinning belief from Alchemy.Books and Publications