Sunday, 5 January 2020

Top 15 posts of 2019

Here are the top 15 most viewed posts of the past year. The readers have spoken.  I think 2019 was a good year, with a good balance of original material and classic texts. We strive to present topics from a diversity of spiritual traditions and so it is nice to see that reflected in the list. We follow the basic three objects of the Theosophical Society in determining the post topics and it’s nice to see a good mix all three being represented. We kind of slacked off on contemporary topics this year, even though they have been well-received. Also, the book review feature has been neglected. Hopefully, we’ll be able to present the diversity of features that we’d like, although we are still occupied with a lot of time-consuming theosophical studies elsewhere. Perhaps in the latter half of the year things will expand. It’s been five years of steady blogging on a weekly basis, and I must say that such is the richness of the Theosophical legacy there has never been a problem in finding a post topic. We hope then, to keep going strong  in 2020. Thanks for your interest.

1 The Esoteric Meaning of the Crucifixion

The Esoteric Meaning of the Crucifixion 2

2 The Maitri Upanishad on Taming the Mind

3 Theosophy Basics: The Siddhis

4 The Six Buddhist Perfections (Paramitas) in Christianity

5 Theosophy Basics: Universal Brotherhood / Sisterhood 1/2

Theosophy Basics: Universal Brotherhood / Sisterhood 2/2

6 On Studying the Secret Doctrine

7 Theosophical Basics: Sacred Sound and Mantra

8 Charles Taylor - The Challenge of Regressive Democracy

9 Reincarnation and Christianity

10 Muslim, Jewish, Sikh Dialogue on Fanaticism

Through the Gates of Gold, Part 5: The Secret of Strength 3b

11 The Three Stages of Christian Mysticism

12 Al-Ghazāli - On the Duties of Brotherhood/Sisterhood

13 Jacob Boehme on Spiritual Regeneration

14 Anna Kingsford on the Divine Feminine

15 T. Subba Row on the Chakras, Kundalini and Hatha Yoga

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