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Most Esoteric and Spiritual traditions teach that we have many lives, but in fact in reality we only have One.  There are many sojourns into the transitory world of illusions, but there is only One Being witnessing all of this. In Theosophical teaching man is divided

In my mind the beauty of solitude and our relationship with nature has never been so wonderfully expressed than in many Chinese and Japanese paintings over the last few centuries.  The image of a single figure dwarfed amongst the landscape is very evocative. In the picture

Today is the White Lotus Day, the anniversary of the death of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891), founder of the Theosophical Society. Blavatsky died a victim to the Asian pandemic, the last pandemic of, the 19th century. The Asian pandemic was a deadly influenza that killed around

The whole universe is indeed a chaos to the senses, but a cosmos to the enlightened reason. In the Hindu depictions of Shiva as Lord of the Dance, his movements in one sense represent the constant cycle of creation, maintenance, destruction, regeneration and ultimately the