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Zen Theosophy - a better definition

Jun 05, 2006 10:36 PM
by Carlos Paterson

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     Dear Friends,

     When  I  use  the  phrase "Zen Theosophy", I am talking about the
     following movement:

     "Zen  Theosophy is a school of Theosophical thought which focuses
     on  psychology,  esoteric  science,  and  meditation.  Bearing no
     official  ties  with  the Theosophical Society, it was founded in
     the 1970s in Holland, and then travelled to the United States and

     Unlike  the  Theosophical  Society  proper,  it  recognizes Alice
     Bailey  and  her  transmitted  teachings, in addition to those of
     H.P.Blavatsky  and Annie Besant. In keeping with the Theosophical
     traditions, Zen Theosophy advocates universal brotherhood without
     regard  for social status, race, or religion, and does not adhere
     to  any  one body of doctrine but focuses on finding the truth in
     all doctrines.

     The  name of Zen Theosophy itself denotes its purpose. Zen is the
     art  of  meditation,  called  Ch'an  in  Chinese,  and  Dhyana in
     Sanskrit.  Theosophy  is  a  word  derived  from  Theos,  meaning
     Ageless, and Sophia, meaning Wisdom. The school therefore focuses
     on   meditation  and  the  study  of  philosophy  as  a  balanced
     relationship, stressing the need for both."


     This movement has a official seal:

     If  someone  knows  more  details  about this spiritual movement,
     please, tell me something...

     Thank you for all



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