What is Theosophy? | A Studio Vach Podcast
Podcast #1 in a series introducing the fundamental teachings of Theosophia.
Theosophy has been called the “Wisdom of the Ages” whose fundamental premise is that of universal unity. It holds that the same hidden truths of nature lie behind the teaching of Lao Tzu and Confucius, Pythagoras and Jesus, as well as Buddha, Krishna and many other great teachers. What were the fundamental verities common to these diverse traditions? And what is that path by which any human being could begin to approach the same understanding?
Who are the Elder Brothers? The Masters of Wisdom in Theosophia | A Studio Vach Podcast
Podcast #2 in a series introducing the fundamental teachings of Theosophia.
“The great and peaceful ones live regenerating the world, like the coming of spring. Having crossed the ocean of embodied existence themselves, they freely aid all others who seek to cross it. The very essence and inherent will of Mahatmas is to remove the suffering of others, just as the ambrosia rayed moon cools the earth, heated by the intense rays of the sun.”—Adi Shankaracharya
Mythologies world-wide speak of god-like guardians who assist, guide and aid humanity. Are these mere legends, or is there a fundamental reality of which we can become aware?
One Life or Many Lives? The Question of Reincarnation | A Studio Vach Podcast
Podcast #3 in a series introducing the fundamental teachings of Theosophia.
The contemplative, spiritual, and religious traditions of Eastern Philosophy and most native Folk Religions affirm the truth of reincarnation. Recent researches in modern psychology are suggestive of the same. Is it possible we all have lived many lives? How would our approach to life differ if we knew that the roots of human consciousness transcend the birth and death of the physical body?
Who Am I? The Principles of Human Nature | A Studio Vach Podcast
Podcast #4 in a series introducing the fundamental teachings of Theosophia.
This most fundamental of questions resonates in every human mind, yet neither conventional religion nor modern science appears to hold an adequate answer. Unfortunately, without an understanding of human nature, one is liable to miss the whole point—to obscure the purpose and primary lessons of life and to die without having fulfilled a fraction of the potential good. Is it possible to develop a conceptual map that would begin to do justice to the many mysteries of our own nature? How would such a map help guide the unfoldment of a fulfilling life?
To Be Continued. . . .