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Introduction to Key to Theosophy
Essential teachings and the core work of the Theosophical Society
Understanding the Psychic World
On psychic phenomena, magic, mediumship, clairvoyance and kundalini.
Religion and the Spiritual Life, Education and Art, Happiness and Sorrow
The basics of meditation presented in a safe and accessible manner by Adelaide Gardner
Theosophy — An Introductory Course
A great introduction for beginners, with clear and helpful diagrams.
A Program for Living the Spiritual Life
A Study Course by Shirley Nicholson
Paths to Wholeness by Willamay Pym
Occultism, mysticism & altruism combined (print media course)
Living the Wisdom
A Guide to Social Transformation: print media course for workshops
Life Your Great Adventure
Is there meaning to life? Is there life after death? Who Am I?
Mysticism — Bridge to Nowhere
Exploring the mystical origins of Theosophy, and the works of profound mystics East and West.
Get Acquainted with The Secret Doctrine
A comprehensive study by the ever popular Dr John Algeo
An Introduction to The Mahatma Letters
The definitive introduction to a challenging and rewarding study.
Ancient Wisdom Modern Insight
The insights of eminent scientists on the key ideas of The Secret Doctrine. Intermediate level.
An Introduction to Esoteric Principles
Schools of Esoteric Teaching, First Principles, Planetary Evolution, The Path of Initiation.
The Myths of Our Lives
Compiled by Joy Mills based on The Hero Within
Begin Exploring a Masterpiece
Key Essays on The Secret Doctrine by H.P. Blavatsky: edited by Pedro Oliveira
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From Darkness to Light: Understanding Violence
Emotions are desires either to perpetuate a situation if pleasurable, or to escape out of it if painful.
The Perennial Philosophy: A Comprehensive Introductory Course
Featuring an historical overview and the key ideas of the Perennial Philosophy.
The Doctrine of Karma
The world karma means action, coming from the Sanskrit root kri, "to do", or "to make".