The Theosophical
Society in Australia

Blavatsky Lodge Sydney

Springbrook Retreat Centre

2184 Springbrook Rd, Springbrook, Qld

2019 School of Theosophy

For TS Members, 26 April to 2 May 2019.

Featured Speaker:Perry Coles
Venue:Springbrook Retreat Centre

immerse yourself in the beauty of springbrook and theosophy

School of Theosophy: Seeking Out the Way

Guest Presenter: Perry Coles
Perth Branch member, avid student.

Perry Coles joined the Theosophical Society in 1991, and over the years has run numerous study groups and well-researched courses at Perth Branch, A popular lecturer, Perry's talks and courses have attracted a steady following.  Favourite areas of study have been The Mahatma Letters, The Voice of Silence and the Bhagavad Gīta. By profession, Perry is a Library Technician at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia; he served as editor of the Perth Branch Newsletter The Link from 2015-2018.

The interactive afternoon sessions of the School will be run by the Education and Training Committee, Perry will conduct the morning sessions on the following topics:

Day 1 - The Pilgrim and the Three Halls
Day 2 - Freedom and Discipline
Day 3 - Psychic and Spiritual
Day 4 - Discipleship and Daily Life

Cost: $360 (includes paid catering, accommodation, tuition and train/airport transfers)

Enquiries: Linda Oliveira, National President
Email: pres@theosophicalsociety.org.au
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