Posts Tagged ‘ The Masters ’

The Master, The Lover, and Me: And All Because of the Letter.

Jun 18th, 2018 | By

by Denise McDermott King My spirituality blossomed in the Spiritualist Church in the little village of Hythe in Hampshire. Whilst serving on the board and becoming involved with all aspects of healing and study, a group of us travelled and enquired into different belief systems with a thirst to find the thread of truth that

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MORALITY VERSUS SUPERMORALITY

Mar 2nd, 2018 | By

by Denise McDermott-King (reprinted from http://dmdking.com) We both, my friend and I, are Brits, and like many Brits, we love to put the kettle on and sit over a cuppa and resolve the worlds problems.  On this particular day we went to considering morality and supermorality as well as this word crystallization that appears from time to time in theosophy.

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More New Releases for November

Nov 30th, 2017 | By

The Master, The Lover, and Me by Denise King Buy this Paperback: AMAZON UK  |  BARNES & NOBLE  |  HIVE  |  INDIEBOUND Extract: My spirituality blossomed in the Spiritualist Church in the little village of Hythe in Hampshire. Whilst serving on the board and becoming involved with all aspects of healing and study, a group of us travelled and

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Studying the Masters – The Problem of Evil

Dec 29th, 2016 | By

by Fiona C. Odgren In the Ageless Wisdom the concept of Masters, or of a group of advanced souls watching over the spiritual evolution of humanity, is a very significant one which has captured the imagination and inspiration of aspiring seekers past and present, East and West. This idea, though, has been at times the victim

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Insights from the Masters

Dec 6th, 2016 | By

by Fiona C. Odgren Studying the Masters In the Ageless Wisdom the concept of Masters, or of a group of advanced souls watching over the spiritual evolution of humanity, is a very significant one which has captured the imagination and inspiration of aspiring seekers past and present, East and West. This idea, though, has been

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