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The Meditation of Altruistic Love and Compassion

“TO whatsoever object the inconstant mind goeth out,” Krishna teaches Arjuna in the Bhgavad-Gita, “subdue it, bring it back, and place it upon the Spirit.” … 439 more words

Brain, Mind, Consciousness, & Beyond

Mastering Your Karma, and the Ultimate Divisions of Time

ASSUREDLY no ordinary human being could claim to read “the grand clock of the Universe,” and even recognizing the orderly process of seasons on Earth, most wouldn’t accept that a universal time-keeper even exists. 2,192 more words

Brain, Mind, Consciousness, & Beyond

Sow a Thought, Reap a Destiny

THE uplifting adage “attitude is altitude” aptly pinpoints how the power of positive thought and intention affects every aspect of our lives.

“For decades, scientists have tried to test the power of prayer and positive thinking, with mixed results,” writes… 1,163 more words

Brain, Mind, Consciousness, & Beyond

What is Life? The Greatest Problem of Science and Philosophy

WRESTING consciousness from the lords of scientific reductionism, where its mysteries have languished for decades, takes imaginative and fearless warriors.

Clearly the acclaimed Father of Modern Philosophy,  2,632 more words

Brain, Mind, Consciousness, & Beyond

Soul Lessons of Love, Pain and Happiness

EVOLUTION as defined in the teachings of Theosophy is a multifaceted venture, a dance of spirit, soul, mind and matter.

True and lasting self-knowledge is acquired gradually in both loving and painful experiences, through a long, yet ultimately finite series of reincarnations in human form. 1,166 more words

Psychology & Human Nature

Animal Souls: How Leopard Diabolo Became Spirit

SOUL energy exists in both humans and animals, and when they communicate on the same level, magic happens.

This is the incredible story of how a dangerous leopard called Diabolo was tamed by an animal whisperer, and then renamed Spirit. 588 more words

Psychology & Human Nature

Universal Unity Changes Everything: The Overview Effect

WHEN the Theosophical Society was founded in 1875, the First and foremost of its Three Objects was Universal Brotherhood.

It was the only Object of the Three requiring acceptance by prospective members of the Society. 949 more words

Psychology & Human Nature