Mahatmas

An Overview of the Mahatma Letters -- Chong Sanne

More than 300 letters from seven Mahatmas were received privately by early members of the TS. It is not just the phenomenal ways in which the letters arrived but the omniscience and encyclopaedic knowledge of the Mahatmas that are remarkable. Profound teachings in these letters are intriguing and their gems of Wisdom are a source of inspiration.

 


Chong Sanne is President of the Singapore Lodge Theosophical Society and Presidential Representative for Asia, East & South East. He is a long-time student of theosophy.

Ed Abdill: In Their Own Words - Wisdom from the Mahatmas

Who are the Masters of Wisdom about whom we hear so much? In his new book on the Masters Ed Abdill brings them to life, shattering many misconceptions by allowing them to speak from their letters revealing who they are and what differentiates them from the average person. In their own words, they present some of their most important teachings, including their views on death and reincarnation, karma, and science. Ed Abdill is author of "The Secret Gateway–Modern Theosophy and the Ancient Wisdom Tradition" and "Masters of Wisdom: The Mahatmas, Their Letters, and The Path" (May 2015). 2015.

 

Many of the core teachings of Theosophy are found in the letters written by two Masters of Wisdom to one of the early and prominent members of the Theosophical Society, Alfred P. Sinnett, then an editor for an English newspaper in India. These letters, which were held for many years in the British Museum and today are housed in the British Library, are extremely significant to Theosophists for two reasons: their metaphysical and philosophical content and the extraordinary methods used in their production. This video gives the historical background of the Mahatma Letters, discusses the phenomenal aspects of their production, and comments on their subsequent impact on the Theosophical Society. 2010

Theosophy UK "The Mahatma letters

A brief description of the early days of The Theosophical Society, its founders and the connection with Mahatma`s.

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