with Pablo Sender
Tuesdays, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Central Time
February 13 - March 6 (four classes)
“Man Know Thyself” is a famous aphorism that was inscribed at the entrance of the Delphi oracle in Greece. Many spiritual traditions have similarly pointed out that the root of suffering and conflict lies in our ignorance of who we really are. However, self-knowledge is not easy. It requires peeling back the layers of false conceptions and mistaken identities, as well as awakening to a deeper perception to realize our essential natures. In this program, we will explore the theory and practice of the four meditative approaches found in Theosophical literature: self-examination, self-inquiry, self-observation, and self-knowledge.
Pablo Sender, Ph.D., became a member of the Theosophical Society in his native Argentina and has presented Theosophical lectures, seminars, and classes in India, Spain, England, and the three Americas. His articles, in Spanish and English, have been published in several Theosophical journals. Learn more at his Web site: www.pablosender.com.
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