Hobart Meeting Rooms
13 Goulburn Street
The Hobart Branch of the Theosophical Society meets weekly every Monday night at 7.45pm (Feb – early Dec)
The library is open from 7.30pm prior to the meeting
Entry is free and visitors are warmly welcome
Meetings are predominantly discussion based
Guest speakers are scheduled regularly throughout the year and open to the public
Weekly Discussion Groups:
Topics of discussion promote Theosophy, the Ancient Wisdom, and are tailored to the interests and ideas of members and visitors present on the night. For example, discussions could be of a scientific nature, centred on Theosophical texts, inspired by short videos or arise from real life issues and challenges.
3rd Sept 2018: Pedro Oliveira (National Education Co-ordinator)
Short Trips to Hell: Understanding Negative Emotions
We all know how unsettling and painful it is to be under the sway of negative emotions. They can destroy relationships and create havoc in society. This presentation will enquire into the very nature of fear, anger, jealousy, suspicion and pride, among other states, and point to the steadiness of mind which negativity of any sort cannot touch.
8th Oct 2018: Skip Pry (National Lecturer)
Ghosts, Spooks and Spirits
This PowerPoint presentation explores the seven major classes of "spirits" to be found in the subjective world around us, as outlined in the Mahatma Letters, such as devas or angels, various types of ghosts, elementals and demons.
3rd Dec 2018: Linda Oliveira (National President)
Title to be advised
2018 International Event – for Members of the Theosophical Society
2018 International World Congress - 4th to 9th August 2018
"Consciousness, Contemplation, Commitment: The Future Is Now"
Followed by the International Conference of the Theosophical Order of Service (TOS)
Venue: Singapore – 2 hotels: Ramada Hotel and Days Hotel
Last registration date is 4 April 2018, by which date the payments must be made.
Any questions may be directed to Singapore: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further details are available from the TS Adyar website: http://www.ts-adyar.org/
Freedom of Thought
The Theosophical Society has spread far and wide over the world, and people from all religions or beliefs have become members of it without surrendering their special dogmas, teachings and beliefs.
Members are free to accept or reject any doctrine or opinion.
Approval of its three Objects is the sole condition of membership.
The Three Objects of The Theosophical Society
- To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or colour.
- To encourage the study of comparative religion, philosophy and science.
- To investigate the unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in the human being.