Volume XII, Number 5
The journal opens with a text on “The Use of One’s Energies - a key to the mystery of human dharma”. The article provides with a criterion to calculate the actual size of the esoteric movement. On pages 3 and 4, a discussion on the real center of Pascal’s Sphere, as mentioned in “The Secret Doctrine”. The edition includes two brief notes by Dr. N. C. Ramanujachary, from Adyar, Chennai. There is a theosophical approach to our food habits, and a view of the relation between Effort and Blessing.
Steven H. Levy, a U.L.T. associate in the
, has a bibliographically documented discussion with W.Q. Judge’s viewpoint, on
The Mission of Helena Blavatsky. On p. 14, the relative precariousness of
theosophical institutions is examined. Then we have two sensitive paragraphs by Robert Crosbie
and a brief discussion on open-mindedness. The final text, on optimism
and theosophy, is entitled “The
Pedagogy of Confidence.” U.S.A.
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