2020 October Programme


COVID-19 Precautionary Measure

All programmes are restricted to members only until further notice

Intending attendees must pre-book seats using QTix for admission - max 40 persons


3 October 2020 2.45 p.m. to 3.45 p.m.

Gong Meditation - A Lotus Circle Programme

Led by Kristin Lim, gong meditation is an experience for the mind and body that is accessible to all. Over the course of 45-60 minutes, we’ll incorporate simple breathing and meditation techniques that allow the sound waves of the gong to bring you into a state of deep relaxation.

Kristin Lim is a sound practitioner who believes in bringing the spirit of self-inquiry and exploration to a gong bath. She has had the privilege of training with gongmasters around the world, including Martha Collard of Red Doors Studio in Hong Kong, and Don Conreaux, one of the modern pioneers in the field. (Use a different QTix from the main programme of the day)


(Please arrive on time as door will be locked)


3 October 2020 4:30 p.m.

The Hierarchy of Earth’s Adepts

A Theosophical view of the great masters or teachers of the ancient wisdom given by Geoffrey Hodson at the Krotona Institute of Theosophy in 1977. The 92-min. video includes his personal testimony and historical records of the existence of Adepts on earth, ending with an interesting Q & A session. We shall have a discussion after the video program.

(N.B. The QTix booking for this programme is different from that of the earlier programme.)


10 October 2020 4:30 p.m.

The Mystery of Birth

Our Hon. Secretary, Lily Chong, gives this interesting talk on the mystery and miracle of birth. Read the synopsis in the 2020 October Newsletter.


17 October 2020 3:00 p.m.



Joint Lodge Zoom Meeting

Join us for the joint lodge meeting where our VP, Tang Kwok Choon, will be giving an online presentation entitled “Spiritual Development by Prayer: Meditation, What How and Whither” on Zoom for the international community. Details for the Zoom meeting will be given in the weekly bulletin.


***Our lodge will be physically closed today**


24 October 2020 4:30 p.m.

Modern Science and the Higher Self

Choong Chi Pin shares this talk by Annie Besant that was first published in 1915. She says:


"….I want to show you, in the course of this evening's lecture, that there is in Modern Science a distinct recognition of the Higher Self, that there is an agreement between eastern and western science, conflicting with each other in their methods, that there is a mass of evidence compiled by western scientific men, which can be cited as showing the recognition by science of the Higher Self, of the existence of a Jîvâtmâ, a living Spirit, a living intelligence in man, and that the Spirit finds an ever imperfect instrument for expressing itself in the body of man. I want to show you how the face of Modern Science today is turned in a different direction from that in which it was turned some twenty or thirty years ago; I want to show you that there is a growing idea in the West that man in the waking consciousness is but a small fragment of the real man, that man transcends his body, that man is greater than his waking mind and consciousness, that there is evidence in plenty, daily forthcoming from most unexpected quarters, to show that human consciousness is far larger and fuller than the consciousness expressed through the physical brain…."


31 October 2020 4:30 p.m.

Mahabharata as a Spiritual Guidebook (I)

Mahabharata is the longest epic in the world. Many people have either read it or watched it as a period drama on TV. Beyond being a dramatic epic, it has much allegorically spiritual significance as revealed by the insights of Paramhansa Yogananda.


This is the first of two talks by Carl Lum, to share the insights of Paramhansa Yogananda on how the plots weave and shape the epic into a spiritual guidebook, and at the same time, also appreciate the fantastically beautiful plots of the epic.


Previous       Home       Past Programmes       Top       Next

2020 January Programme ] 2020 February Programme ] 2020 March Programme ] 2020 April Programme ] 2020 May Programme ] 2020 June Programme ] 2020 July Programme ] 2020 August Programme ] 2020 September Programme ] [ 2020 October Programme ] 2020 November Programme ] 2020 December Programme ]

Home ] Up ]