Facilitator: Sy Ginsburg
Oct. 6, 2012 - Dec. 22, 2012, 1:00-2:15 pm CST.
An 8 session course weekly (except the 2nd Saturday of each month and the Thanksgiving weekend).
A 30 minute silent meditation session follows.
The facilitator, a long time pupil of Sri Madhava Ashish, visited him at his Mirtola ashram in the Himalayas annually for nineteen years. In between visits they engaged in an ongoing correspondence during which Ashish cleared up many matters in the theosophical teaching of "HOW TO" become more like him, his guru and other significant theosophical figures. This "HOW TO" means becoming free of identification with the personality and thereby standing in what Ashish calls the Unitive Vision. This work requires intentional personal effort. Textbooks: Ashish Man, Son of Man (Wheaton: TPH, 1970); Ginsburg, The Masters Speak An American Businessman Encounters Ashish and Gurdjieff (Wheaton: Quest Books, 2010). References will also be made to the theosophical history of Mirtola as described in the Quest Magazine article: "Mirtola, a Himalayan Ashram with Theosophical Roots" (Summer 2012). This course is being taught in person in the Miami branch and broadcast simultaneously as a webinar.
$40 for 8 session course