Karma and Relationships
A talk by Chong Sanne
on love, marriage and friendship and the implications of karma in such
relationships. The talk covers karmic links and bonds; how families come
into being; about the people surrounding one, both friends and foes. Are
marriages and the choice of spouse predestined? Why does that choice
sometimes appear to be a mistake? What then? How do we resolve relationship
problems theosophically? See
Note start time. This talk is for members only.
8 April 2017
The Earth Scheme—Moon Chain
In his last talk on the
6th Root Race, our Vice-President,
Tang Kwok Choon, introduced the concept of evolution of planetary
schemes. C. W. Leadbeater and Annie Besant in their occult investigations
tells us how life forms evolved in the Moon Chain of the Earth Scheme. They
also reported on the past lives of some of the early founders of the TS on
the Moon. In this talk, our VP explains Chains and Rounds further.
15 April 2017
Discipleship and Some Karmic Problems
Choong Chi Pin
refers to this article by Annie Besant which appeared in The Theosophical
Review, July 1906. He continues with the subject of the article.
“...The Karma generated by a miracle is of two kinds. First, there is the
good done by it physically and mentally; secondly, there is the effect of
the miracle on the minds of the onlookers. Such a manifestation of
super-physical power usually convinces a number of the spectators of the
authority of the person wielding the power; as time goes on, the miracle
becomes more and more of a difficulty in their minds, until in the majority
of cases it comes to be regarded as a trick or a hallucination, and
resentment too often grows up against the Teacher, who is regarded as a
22 April 2017
Our Hon. Secretary,
Lily Chong, will talk on this somewhat controversial subject that seems
to divide humanity. Most of us have a need for God, yet there is little we
know about Him. Does He exist? Indeed, what is God?
This programme is
restricted to members.
29 April 2017
Tang Kwok Choon
gives a preview of our next excursion—to Fort Canning.
Fort Canning is located
on a hill between River Valley Road and Canning Rise. It was the home of the
Malay Kings before Stamford Raffles arrived. As part of the tradition, he
had a house built on that hill. It was also the site of the first
You can see an
archaeological dig and some of the artefacts discovered, revealing some
important aspects of the history of Singapore going back to the 14th
The British used it as a
command post during WWII; The cannons are still there. There is an exhibit
The Battle Box.
Nparks restored and
organised the spice garden showcasing some plants and fruit trees that we
use daily and take for granted.