with Pablo and Michele Sender
Tuesdays, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Central time
November 7 - 28 (4 classes)
Humanity is involved in an evolutionary pilgrimage, by means of which the divine spark unfolds all its potentialities. According to Theosophical teachings, two roads open up before us: one is the slow and steady path of progress through moral effort; the other, a faster but more difficult one, involves a series of trials and initiations. Due to its challenging nature, the existence of this second path has been concealed from the public in most spiritual traditions of the past. In this webinar, Pablo and Michele Sender will explore the characteristics and conditions of the initiatory journey.
Michele Sender has been a member of the Theosophical Society in America since 2006. Soon after joining, she moved to its National Headquarters, where she worked as the information coordinator and served as president of the local branch. She is currently living at Krotona Institute of Theosophy in California, where she is active in sharing the Ancient Wisdom beyond the borders of the Society. Her background is in education, where she taught positive thinking skills to at-risk high school students. She has organized and given lectures, classes, and seminars on Theosophy and its practical application in daily life in the US, Europe, and New Zealand.
|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.|
Suggested Donation - $25 (Optional)