The Theosophical
Society in Australia

Melbourne Lodge

Melbourne Lodge

Manchester House 1st Floor 234 Flinders Lane Melbourne 3000 VIC

H.P. Blavatsky & Her Esoteric Spiritual Legacy Through Time

Public talk, 1.30 - 3.00 pm, 19 June 2021.

Featured Speaker:Margaret Harris
Venue:Melbourne Lodge

H.P. blavatsky was a great psychological mystery to the world of average men

About the Presentation

Madame Helena Blavatsky, was not only a mystery to average men, as stated in the above quote from G. de Purucker's H.P. Blavatsky: The Mystery (1974).  Shirley Nicholson in her book Ancient Wisdom, Modern Insight, noted H.P.B. as “the most insightful and comprehensive teacher of esoteric philosophy in modern times”.  Madame Blavatsky was referred to by Gary Lachman (2012), as “The Mother of Modern Spirituality”.

In H.P. Blavatsky & Her Esoteric Spiritual Legacy Through Time Margaret T. C. Harris (PhD), explores the writing of the above authors and others, to trace a link through Blavatsky’s visionary work and her legacy, which connects us to the Ageless Wisdom through the past, to our present time.

The unity of all life underpins this talk.  Two concepts of H.P.B.’s visionary work will be highlighted.  Connections between spirituality and science emerge. Further connections between spirituality and science are also evidenced in Dr. Harris’ postgraduate research in Health and Human Sciences and more recently, her studies in Transpersonal Counselling.


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