May 22, 2014

The Aquarian Theosophist, May 2014

Dear Reader,


The opening sentence this month is from “Light on the Path”:     

“It is easy to say, ‘I will not be ambitious’: it is not so easy to say, ‘When the Master reads my heart he will find it clean utterly’.”

On pages 1-2 there is a note by Dr. N. C. Ramanujachary entitled “Giving Up Illusions About Masters”. On p. 3, “A Challenge in Theosophy: The Daily Formation of Character”.

Pages 4-6 have the article “Astral Dinosaurs and H.P.B., Some Evidence in Support of Blavatsky’s Rounds”, by Mark R. Jaqua. The note “The Art of Listening” is on page 7. “A Note on Jean Overton Fuller”, by Susan Waters, is on pp. 8-9.

Other topics in the May edition include:

* Broad Vision and Immediate Action;

* The Effort of the Soul and the Beginning of Real Life;

* The Quiet Revolution: a Needed Change Is Underway;

* On the Need to Reinvent a Country;

* Brotherhood, Love and Aggressiveness;

* Life Flows From the Inside Out; and

* On Getting What We Need.

The 19 pp. edition includes 1909 Declaration of the United Lodge of Theosophists, and the  List of New Texts in  and its associated websites.

Best regards,

The Editors

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