Wednesday, 6 January 2021

Top 15 posts of 2020

Here are the stats for the previous year (minus the astrology posts)- the reader's have spoken - for which we thank you. It's always interesting to see what were the most popular topics. 2020 was definitely a challenging year. We did out best to keep posting on a regular weekly basis and include posts related to the different problems society as a whole was faced with. About half of the posts on this list deal with universal brother/sisterhood, epidemics, and mortality, which were designed to address today's issues.

For 2021, we will be moving from a weekly frequency to a bi-weekly pace. Six years is a pretty respectable run for a weekly blog, therefore we think its good to slow down a bit in order to adopt a more reflexive strategy for this year, once again trying to post articles that reflect the current concerns and challenges. We feel that the idea of universal brother/sisterhood is especially relevant in today's world and we will continue with posts on that topic. All the best for 2021.

1- Blavatsky on Moral Epidemics


2- Hierocles the Stoic's Concentric Circles of Cosmopolitanism


3- Theosophy Basics: What is Theosophy?


4- The Mahatma Letters on Universal Brotherhood and Love of Humanity


5- Jean-Louis Siémons on Theosophy, Reincarnation and Near Death Experiences (NDE) Part 1/2


6- Theosophy and Family Life


7- Theosophy and the Trikaya 4 (Nirmanakaya, Sambhogakaya, Dharmakaya)


8- Theosophical Basics: The Astral Light and the Astral Body


9- William Q. Judge on Universal Brother/sisterhood and the Astral Plane


10- Theosophy Basics: What is a Theosophical Society?


11- Patanjali's Yoga Sutras - Book 1 - Rama Prasad


12- Theosophy and Epidemics, Physical and Moral


13- 15 Great Christian Mystics


14- Walt Whitman on Universal Brotherhood


15- Seneca - On the Shortness of Life

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