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The Master’s Footsteps

April 6, 2019 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm

Sand Dunes~ Initiation and the Ladder to Enlightenment ~

Spiritual initiations are the benchmarks of development upon the ladder of evolution, and each can be viewed as a portal leading to enlightenment. Every initiation indicates that the soul has taken a measure of control over some facet of the personality (ego).  They are known and proven markers of spiritual attainment, each representing a stepping stone toward becoming a Master of Wisdom.  It is therefore true to say that initiations represent The Master’s Footsteps pointing the way to liberation.    

In this seminar, William Meader will closely consider the steps to be taken when on the Path of Initiation. He will deeply examine each of the five initiations and the changes in consciousness that they entail. The goal of this workshop is to deepen your understanding of the ladder of evolution, and to become more aware of which rung of that ladder you may be found.  Below are some of the additional topics that will be explored.   We hope you can join us.

  • Invoking a point of tension in support of the initiatory journey
  • Measures of consciousness and purification evidenced at each initiation
  • Applying the Rod of Initiation upon the human causal body (soul vehicle)
  • Zodiacal and planetary forces related to each of the initiations
  • Methods designed to transform the personality in preparation for initiation


Time and Location: 
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Fee:  $60 non-members,  $50 TS members, $70 at the door

Registration:
To register, please contact the Theosophical Society in America at (630) 668-1571, ext 315.

 

~ We Hope You Can Join Us ~

 

 

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Date:
April 6, 2019
Time:
10:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Theosophical Society in America
1926 N. Main St
Wheaton, IL 60187 United States
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