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* Note that programmes indicated with * beside the time are for members only. This will be strictly enforced.

1 October 2022 4:30 p.m.*

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 October 2022 newsletter.

 

This talk is for members only.

 

8 October 2022 4:30 p.m.*

Prayer and Forgiveness of Sins

Our Hon. Secretary, Lily Chong, gives this interesting and thought-provoking talk which examines the nature of prayer, the different types of prayers and methods for answering them, how we should pray, and prayers for the departed. It will then take a look at a closely related subject — the forgiveness of sins. This talk was last given 5 years ago. Read the synopsis in the 2022 October Newsletter.

 

This talk is for members only.

 

15 October 2022 4:30 p.m.

Paradox in the Wisdom Teachings

Brandon Goh, our Assistant Secretary, ponders the following questions:

 

“Is there a spiritual path or is spirituality a ‘pathless land’? Do we reach the goal with or without effort? Why are timeless spiritual teachings often expressed in paradoxes and are there really any contradictions?”

 

22 October 2022 4:30 p.m.

The Seven Rays and Karma

Francis Lim explores how Karma and the Seven Rays play a part in our daily lives so that we can see a little more into what we can spiritually be working towards!

 

29 October 2022 4:30 p.m.

Life on Earth

Tang Kwok Choon, our Vice President, continues his talk on evolution. He says,

 

“By the time we left the moon, it was all but dead. Now that we have reached the Earth, life was not a bed of roses.Today we take a peek at how life was like in the early Earth.”

 

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