February 2013, Buderim

posted 12 Feb 2013, 13:17 by Sunshine Coast Lodge Theosophical Society Australia   [ updated 3 May 2013, 16:37 ]
Thursday 7, 6.30pm
'Pot Luck Dinner and Open Forum on Aspects of Your Lodge' Arrival 6.30pm for the dinner (please everyone bring a plate of vegetarian food to share). Following dinner, in the first half of our forum we encourage members and friends to discuss any memorable talks, events or aspects of our lodge from past years. What have you particularly enjoyed, or been stimulated by? After a short break for tea and coffee, we will open the second half of our forum to discuss what you would like to see in the future for our lodge. Do you have any favourite speakers, topics, events or ideas you would like to see put in place? We look forward to insights from YOU about YOUR lodge.

Thursday 14, 7pm
'Gnosis and the Inner Self' by Brent Mcauslan. Beyond the outer forms of the world’s many creeds and faiths, there is one ancient wisdom tradition. Perhaps one day Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, Christians and Jews will realize their separate dogmas and beliefs are but husks concealing the kernel of truth within. 

Brent has studied Siddha Yoga, Tantra and has taught philosophy and spirituality at a number of venues in Melbourne. He has been a Theosophist for 10 years.

Thursday 21, 7pm
'Congruent Consciousness' by  Sue Wason. What are 2013 and the coming years REALLY about?  Explore what we would be like if all our states and levels of Consciousness were working together.  Do our words create our reality – OR does reality create our words? 

Sue has been a TS member for a number of years, and has a background in natural therapies and hypnotism for health.

Thursday 28, 7pm
'The Message of the Myth' - Joseph Campbell DVD Episode 2. At the deepest level, myths teach us how to live—with ourselves, with others and with the mystery at the heart of life. 

Joseph John Campbell (March 26, 1904 – October 30, 1987) was an American mythologist, writer and lecturer, best known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion. His work is vast, covering many aspects of the human experience.

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