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We are a community that explores and embraces the unity of all life, spiritual evolution and universal wisdom.
In three years' time, our developing community has ignited
and embodied a passion for involvement and growth, within a sustainable, well-resourced
- Respecting diversity
- Recognising the Self in each other
The Three Objects of the Society remain:
1. To form a nucleus of the Universal brotherhood of
Humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or colour.
2. To encourage the
study of comparative religion, philosophy and science
3. To investigate the
unexplained laws of Nature and the powers latent in humanity.
Exploring the Frontier of Science and Spirituality
Science and religion or spirituality, have often been thought to be in conflict. Today, however, the potential for mutual enrichment is becoming more and more apparent.
The Theosophical Society in NZ will host a seminar on "Science and Spirituality" in October, with highly knowledgeable speakers from the Theosophy-Science group in Australia and from New Zealand.
There's a printer-friendly brochure
here, biodata on the speakers
here, and registration forms for
TS members and
How would you like to take part in a meditation designed to help New
Zealand and the world in these challenging times? Unite your intentions
for healing and transformation with others, and the power will go up
exponentially with the number of people taking part! More
Iconic explorer of the inner worlds of Nature, Geoffrey Hodson left a legacy that the world is largely yet to discover:
The Energy forms of Music
Sharing the Light books
More on Geoffrey Hodson
Comprehensive articles and images of his work and its meaning, abound on Bill Keidan's website:
Geoffrey Hodson Resource
Christchurch Earthquake Appeal
The TOS has often raised funds for overseas disasters and causes. Would you like to help the TOS to help the people of Christchurch? More
Communications & Media
Intended for TS Members, though anyone is welcome to browse, here are the results of a TS planning workshop on Communications and Media.
Click to see.
National Council Meetings in 2012
Robert Nilson's "View of Life"