Articles on Theosophy
One of the things with Pranic Healers and Arhatic Yoga graduates are that we like to read. Master Choa Kok Sui himself was an avid reader and encouraged his students to study extensive. Some of the recommended readings and sources included the teachings that originated from the Theosophical Movement.
Unfortunately some of the material contained in those books are very heavy. The objective of this section is to provide an overview to some of the core concepts and teachings of Theosophy, as well as provide insights that could help you deepen your study on the subject.
A number of our articles tend to have references to Theosophical and esoteric teachings of writers such as HP Blavatsky, Annie Besant, CW Leadbeater, and Alice A Bailey. You may have noticed this in some of our past articles which have discussed concepts such as...read more
The question of “What Happens After We Die?” is one which has come to the mind of many people... especially as their own life begins to draw to an end or when a family member or loved one dies. In spite of being the only true certainty, the process of dying and the...read more
Master Choa Kok Sui emphasised the concept of study as a key pillar of Arhatic Yoga practice. One of the reasons for the same is to develop the mental faculties of the soul. Additionally, study helps us develop a deeper understanding on esoteric subjects in additional...read more
Master Choa Kok Sui taught that: "One way to start on the spiritual path is by reading good books." Through the years Master has stressed on the importance of study as a means to develop the mental faculties of the soul. Study is also emphasised as a key pillar in...read more
The Seven Rays is a concept that occurs frequently in Theosophy. There are many theosophists who have written about the Seven Rays including T Subba Row, CW Leadbeater, Ernest Wood, and Geoffrey Hodson. The Seven Rays were also elaborately elucidated by Alice A Bailey...read more