The Theosophical
Society in Australia

Perth Branch

Evolution of the Higher Consciousness


Book Study Group. Every Tuesday 27 September - 6 December

NEW Book Study Group (open to the public)
Evolution of the Higher Consciousness – An In-depth Study into H.P. Blavatsky’s Teachings
By Pablo Sender and companion guide by Michele Sender

With Wyn and Kerry - Every Tues 27th Sept to the 6th Dec from 4-6pm.

You may like to bring your evening meal, visit our bookshop/library which is open from 6-7:15pm and stay for the regular Tuesday presentation which commences 7:30. You may join in without the book.

About the Authors

Pablo Sender, PhD, joined the Theosophical Society (TS) in his native Argentina in 1996. He has lived and worked at the International Headquarters of the TS in Adyar, India, and at the national centre of the TS in America. He is currently at the Krotona Institute of Theosophy in Ojai, California. An international speaker, he has presented programs and retreats in India, Europe, Oceania, and the three Americas, and writes for many Theosophical journals.

Pablo has been a student of the teachings of H.P Blavatsky for over twenty years. One of the World’s leading Theosophical scholars, he also has a doctorate in biological sciences. This background enables him to present deep spiritual teachings in a way that is both precise and practical.

Visit his website at Pablo also has numerous presentations on YouTube you might like to explore.


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