The Theosophical view, without dictating how people should live, offers a deep view of the purpose of life and the nature of human beings that can constitute a firm foundation for people's way of living. What is the origin of evil? What is the role of suffering? What is right living? Explore these and many other similar questions in this section.
Note: The links are listed alphabetically by the author's name, and not according to any particular sequence.
1- Online Articles
Archetypes, Assassination, and Attention by John Algeo
The Dark Side of Light by John Algeo
Lucifer: What's in a Name by John Algeo
Discord is the Harmony of the Universe by John Algeo
True Theosophical Service by Dorothy Bell
The Two Hands of God by Richard Brooks
The Progeny of Space and Time by David Bruce
What is Our Priority? By Radha Burnier
The Urgency for a New Perspective by Radha Burnier
Being in the World, But Not of It by Radha Burnier
A New Millennium of Awareness and Action by Radha Burnier
The Ever-Present Reality by Radha Burnier
The Secret of Sin and Suffering by Clara M. Codd
An Infinity Within to Give by Diana Dunningham-Chapotin
The Ethics and Sociology of Fohat by Robert Ellwood
Theosophical Interpretations of Evil by Robert Ellwood
Joy: The Deepest Secret of the Universe by Robert Ellwood
The Message of Suffering by Narayan Mahapatra
To Be Is To Be Responsible by Joy Mills
The Beauty of Virtue by N. Sri Ram
Vegetarianism and Theosophy by The Theosophical Society in America
2- Online Audios
The Ethics of Occultism by Richard Brooks
Occult Nature of Love by Capel McCutcheon
The Beauty of Virtue by N. Sri Ram
Giving as Spiritual Practice by Ben Ward
3- Online Videos
Desire and Spiritual Selfishness by Ed Abdill
The Still Point between Good and Evil by Ed Abdill
4- Borrow from the H. S. Olcott Memorial Library
Besant, Annie, Theosophy, 1912, 94 pages.
Different aspects of Theosophy, are explained in relation to science, morality and art, philosophy, religion, and how it is applied to social problems.
T B463 T (Mini)
Jinarajadasa, C., Practical Theosophy, 1952, 73 pages.
A compilation of lectures showing how Theosophy, as a philosophy of conduct, approaches every area of action in our daily life including home, school, business, science, art and stateâ€”pointing out a different way of living and understanding life.
T J 564 PTh
Krishnamurti, J., Education as Service, 1912, 160 pages.
These are the first teachings of Krishnamurti on education, written when he was still a teenager. Using the same structure of the book At the Feet of the Master, the author applies his Masterâ€™s teachings to a subject that was going to be central to his whole life.
T K897 ES (Mini)
Kulkarni, R. K., Child Training: In the Light of Theosophy, c1927, 204 pages.
A collection of articles about education written by leading Theosophists and a few other writers, exploring what constitutes children and how they can best be trained and raised to uncover latent potentials.
T K958 CTLT
Parents Theosophical Research Group, A Theosophical Guide for Parents, 1981, 165 pages.
Intended for those who feel that the spiritual side of life must be emphasized in raising a family while working towards their own self realization, this guide presents a collection of articles covering subjects such as The Feminine Aspect, The Evolutionary Family, and Education in the Light of Occultism.
370.1 PTRG TGFP (Oversize)
Shearman, Hugh, Desire and Fulfillment, 1956, 84 pages.
One of the main problems of the spiritual life is that difficulties arise not so much because we donâ€™t know what to do, but because we don't want to do it. The author presents a fresh perspective on desire and emotion in human life and its role in the spiritual life.
T Sh31 DF
Algeo, John, Social Action as Spiritual Practice, CDA 0284-4
Ellwood, Robert S., Theosophy and Evil: New Perspectives, AR 4723
Mills, Joy, Spiritual Wisdom for Today's Seekers, CDA 0355-3
Burnier, Radha, When You are One with Every Heart that Beats, VR 1225
Mills, Joy, Service: The Dynamic Power of Real Knowledge, DVD 0146
Sellon, Emily B., Freedom: The Ultimate Necessity, VR 0702