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Theos-World: Teaching Materials for Esoteric Buddhism

Oct 14, 2000 01:58 AM
by Kathleen Arc

Hi Todd -- Might I also suggest a book by Saraydarian: "Buddha Sutra" --
an easily absorbed, supposed "dialogue with The Buddha" which lays out in
simple terms the principles of The Buddha and was written as a result of
many years of meditation and study of The Buddha and His Principles by
Torkom Saraydarian.  

I believe the Saraydarian Institute also carries a video (which I do NOT
have) -- so I'm giving you herewith their mailing address and phone and
fax to inquire:

Saraydarian Institute
15455 Greenway-Hayden Loop C-2
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
(480) 609-3732/609-3798 (FAX)

I will personally inquire IF they have a general e-mail and forward it to
you shortly. With love and light -- Kat in Italy
Hi Everyone,

I am currently teaching a course "Introduction to Buddhism" at the
University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I am including a
section on "Esoteric Buddhism" near the end of the term (mid-November) and
wondered if anyone could suggest someuseful teaching aids for such an
endeavour. Keeping in mind that I have limited time to present the
information, perhaps something like a short film is available which
presents Blavatsky's position in a clear and *unbiased* format. It has
been difficult to find any multimedia tools (films, videos, radio
interviews, etc.) that don't go on and on about Blavatsky's "insanity and
inane ramblings"!!

I also understand that there may be a theosophical lodge here in Edmonton?
I would appreciate any information available on this. Thanks!

Love and Light,

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