The Path of Cooperation and Spiritual Life
Participants: TS members, under 41 years old
Guests: Kurt Leland as speaker (Int. President Tim Boyd will be present as well)
Location: International Theosophical Centre (ITC) Naarden, The Netherlands (https://www.itcnaarden.org)
Registration: Fill in the online application form: https://forms.gle/6cVn7Fw4t7d1r2zU8
Places are limited, therefore reservation will be confirmed after payment.
Contact: Any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The World Federation of Young Theosophists is organizing a gathering aiming to bring together likeminded people from all over the world during a few days, to work and inquire alongside each other with a spirit of brotherhood and cooperation, connecting and bonding during few days, while surrounded by the beautiful nature of the Centre. Come join us!
Annie Besant developed an ethical system based on the notion of a “Ladder of Lives”, which encompassed all visible and invisible beings associated with our planet and its higher planes. Everything from atoms to angels was included in this ladder. Each rung (minerals, plants, animals, living and dead humans, Masters, nature spirits and devas) was striving to cooperate in a grand scheme of evolution toward oneness with the Source of All Being. This path of cooperation and oneness required the development of buddhi (spiritual intuition),
otherwise known as unity consciousness.
Please join us in this weeklong immersive workshop, involving interactive informational talks, volunteer work, meditation, group process, and sharing our spiritual experiences. We will discuss the gifts and challenges involved in developing spiritual intuition and unity consciousness. We will also explore possibilities for cooperative work with each rung of the Ladder of Lives, focusing on safety for other beings and ourselves. As we work, study, and play together, we may find ourselves surrounded by a mutually supportive community
based on the ideal of unity consciousness.
Based on Boston, USA, Kurt Leland is an international lecturer for the Theosophical Society (Adyar). A practicing clairvoyant for more than forty years, he specializes in the so-called third object of the Theosophical Society: the investigation of unknown laws of nature and the powers latent in humanity. He has edited an anthology entitled Invisible Worlds: Annie Besant on Psychic and Spiritual Development and published books on out-of-body experiences (Otherwhere: A Field Guide for Astral Travelers ), near-death experiences (The Unanswered Question: Death, Near-Death, and the Afterlife ), and our latent powers (The Multidimensional Human: Practices for Psychic Development and Astral Projection ).