Theosophy – an ongoing enquiry
The Society’s core business, in the words of one of its founders, is to assist in showing the world that such a thing as Theosophy exists, and to help us ascend towards it by studying and assimilating its eternal truths.
There is no doctrine and no opinion binding on any member of the Society, which does not promulgate any teaching or promote any teacher to the exclusion of others. Study material provided by the Education and Training Committee is offered for the consideration of the thoughtful reader. Only the individual student can ascertain, within the field of his or her own experience, how the teachings can throw light on life's deeper aspects.
Study materials in our course section
The basics of meditation presented in a safe and accessible manner by Adelaide Gardner
Theosophy — An Introductory Study 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
Living the Wisdom - A Guide to Social Transformation
Service and social responsibility in today's world.
Life Your Great Adventure
The profound questions. 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.
Getting Acquainted with The Secret Doctrine
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.
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
View slideshows in our course section
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".