10 October 2015
The Earth Scheme
Our Vice President,
Tang Kwok Choon, continues his talk about The Earth Scheme based on the book
Man: Whence, How and Whither by C. W. Leadbeater and Annie Besant.
The third installment
takes us to the 4th Race.
“Who are these people?
Where did they
What is the
Sociology of this Race?
Do they have a
What happened to
17 October 2015
The Hidden Side of Things
Our Hon. Secretary,
Lily Chong, will give a lecture on the hidden side of things based on
the observation of clairvoyants. This talk was last given more than three
years ago, in February 2012. Read about this talk in
the October 2015 newsletter.
24 October 2015
Invisible and Spiritual Service
Brandon Goh, our
Assistant Secretary, talks about invisible and spiritual service.
Students of Theosophy
are familiar with invisible ways of helping the world - sending positive
thoughts, radiating beneficent forces, and for some, helping others astrally.
Of course, we must be visible helpers before we may become invisible ones,
but there is service more sublime than that of physical, emotional and
In trying to help
others, we may feel crippled by circumstances, impeded by our own weaknesses
and imprisoned by the dull, fleshly garment. However, the truest and deepest
service can never be constrained by anything external. Earnest servants will
transcend all earthly limitations, whether they know it or not.
Even for those of us who
are not wholly altruistic, only helping when we feel like it, we may at
least learn the many avenues of spiritual service available to us. Every act
of service contributes to the Greater Good. Therefore, servants of the
Divine Light and Life, plunge into the mysteries of spiritual altruism and
ascend to the heights of true service!
31 October 2015
J. Krishnamurti and the Search for Light
Choong Chi Pin
gives the first of his talks based on this book by Geoffrey Hodson.
In this book Mr. Hodson
discusses the utterances of Mr. J. Krishnamurti. When he is able to assent
to them he does so. When he dissents he gives his reasons.
The book should be
welcomed by all students of Theosophy; for here at last a fellow-student
replies to Mr. Krishnamurti's long-continued condemnations of the Ancient
Wisdom, The Theosophical Society, its founders inner and outer, its
prominent workers and its members throughout the world.