Megaliths and the Prehistoric Past

Sunday Afternoon Public Programs
February 19, 3:00 pm  •  Presented by Robert Caldwell, M.Sc.

Megaliths, or Great Stones, represent the remaining links to prehistoric civilizations. Great Stone Age structures are found world wide, and, while many have been destroyed, there remain thousands of astounding prehistoric structures at which to marvel and contemplate. Continue reading

The Art of Dying

Sunday Afternoon Public Programs
February 12, 3:00 pm  •  Presented by Christine Maitland, Ph.D.

death_and_dyingHow can death be practiced? No one has returned from the experience to guide us, although there are people who report near death experiences. What is death? Is there anything that survives it? These questions have intrigued thinkers of all times. There are many ideas and beliefs about the afterlife, i.e., eternal life in heaven/hell, reincarnation, nothing at the end of physical life. Continue reading

Dharma

Sunday Afternoon Public Programs
February 5, 3:00 pm  •  Group Study

The concept of Dharma can be defined as duty, sometimes law, sometimes morality, and sometimes righteousness. As Annie Besant says in her book on the subject, “Morality is an individual thing and varies with the dharma of the individual.… Hence, what is right for one is wrong for another. There is nothing absolute in a conditioned universe.” And, as Krishna said in the Bhagavad Gita, “Better is one’s own Dharma, though destitute of merit, than the well executed Dharma of another…” Continue reading

Reflexology

Sunday Afternoon Public Programs
January 22, 3:00 pm  •  Presented by Steve Herrington

Right FootJoin us for an introduction to the highly accessible healing art of Reflexology — through which deep healing can be indirectly triggered in specific areas throughout one’s body by massage of specific areas of the feet and other ‘end-points’ of the body, such as the hands and ears. Continue reading

The Art of Dying

POSTPONED to Feb. 12 due to weather.

Sunday Afternoon Public Programs
January 15, 3:00 pm  •  Presented by Christine Maitland, Ph.D.

death_and_dyingHow can death be practiced? No one has returned from the experience to guide us, although there are people who report near death experiences. What is death? Is there anything that survives it? These questions have intrigued thinkers of all times. There are many ideas and beliefs about the afterlife, i.e., eternal life in heaven/hell, reincarnation, nothing at the end of physical life. Continue reading

Reincarnation

CANCELED due to winter storm warnings.

reincanation_3639Sunday Afternoon Public Programs
January 8, 3:00 PM  •  Group Study

Theosophy tells us that reincarnation is the means for the evolution of consciousness, with the ultimate flowering of each individual into a perfected being who graduates from the school of human life. Why don’t we remember our past lives? How do our past lives affect us today? Our group discussion will cover these and other questions.