Applied Theosophy

Truth is the “Sweet Spot” we hit on a moving target!

By New Theosophy Network

Lierre Kieth, (author of The Vegetarian Myth), had a peek moment when she began critically examining mounting evidence against vegetarianism.  “Having been a vegan for 20 years, this was a radical change.I was accumulating information that fit into my belief system about how life is. Every time I got information that didn’t fit in, I set that aside; so I ended up with gaps in my consciousness. … One of... Read More

Theosophy as Science: Unlocking the Corridors of Nature

By Luke Ironside

In the first chapter of The Ocean of Theosophy, William Q. Judge, writes that “Theosophy is a scientific religion and a religious science”; and indeed, Theosophy and science can be seen to share a complex, yet complementary, relationship. Both are concerned with the discovery and nature of Truth, though each treads a separate path in the quest for the attainment of this common goal. In Theosophical and scientific investigation alike,... Read More

The Betrayal Of The First Object


The Betrayal Of The First Object: Here we are, many years since the founding of the Theosophical Society in New York in 1875. We started out with three objects: [1] To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste/status or colour. [2] To encourage the study of Comparative Religion, Philosophy and Science. [3] To investigate unexplained laws of Nature and the powers... Read More

Through the Looking Glass: an exploration of time

By S. Ormerod

As I was waking up, I was dreaming. I was reading a book, many books, they were difficult to read, but full of wisdom, I loved them. I was the small girl, but I could read them and understand all the wisdom, the paradigms of consciousness, I understood it all. This knowledge seemed to be a “steadying force” that was being explained by many people, and there was a strong... Read More

Isn’t this crazy? I will be forced into meditation!

By S. Ormerod

I’m sitting alone in the dark, the aftermath of a day of violent thunderstorms passing over Lake Huron in April. The power has been out for five hours now and the storms continue to surge across in waves. It was okay in the daylight, when I could pick up a book and sit in the overcast light of the window, but the light, even in the daytime is no good... Read More