The Essential Works of Helena Blavatsky

The Essential Works of Helena Blavatsky

The Essential Works of Helena Blavatsky

Musaicum Books presents to you a meticulously edited Helena Blavatsky collection. This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. The works of Helena Blavatsky will reveal you the secrets Theosophy and its mystical teachings. The nature is not "a fortuitous concurrence of atoms," and will assign to man his rightful place in the scheme of the Universe. Content: Isis Unveiled The Secret Doctrine The Key to Theosophy The Voice of the Silence Studies in Occultism From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan Nightmare Tales

The Buddhist Way

The Buddhist Way

The Buddhist Way


The Buddhist Way of Life

The Buddhist Way of Life

The Buddhist Way of Life


Eternal Yoga

Eternal Yoga

Eternal Yoga

Eternal Yoga is a way of discovering our eternal nature. In this practice, we go above the head to aid this discovery, while maintaining a continuum with the body. Through the success of Eternal Yoga, you will understand what your body, soul, and spirit is-beyond any doubt!These practices teach us how to cultivate the non-dual awareness absolutely vital for success on the spiritual path, and to continue forward within the tantras.After an introduction into the source of these teachings, a thorough explanation of key understandings and terminology is given, including the various aspects of a spiritual discipline. The initiatory techniques of Eternal Yoga are then presented. A chapter on Developing a Body of Light has further explanations, including traps to be careful of. The Rays of Light, as a means of soul development rounds out the teaching, along with a chapter on establishing daily practice.

The Theosophist

The Theosophist

The Theosophist


The Monad and Other Essays Upon the Higher Consciousness

The Monad  and Other Essays Upon the Higher Consciousness

The Monad and Other Essays Upon the Higher Consciousness

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER II HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS Students who have not yet experienced the buddhic consciousness--consciousness in the intuitional world--frequently ask us to describe it. Efforts have been made in this direction, and many references to this consciousness and its characteristics are to be found scattered through our literature; yet the seeker after knowledge finds these unsatisfactory, and we cannot wonder at it. The truth is that all description is necessarily and essentially defective; it is impossible in physical words to give more than the merest hint of what this higher consciousness is, for the physical brain is incapable of grasping the reality. Those who have read Mr. Hinton's remarkable books on the fourth dimension will remember how he tries to explain to us our own limitations with regard to higher dimensions, by picturing for us with much careful detail the position of an entity whose senses could work in two dimensions only. He proves that to such a being the simplest actions of our world must be incomprehensible. A creature who has no sense of what we call depth or thickness could never see any terrestrial object as it really is; he could observe only a section of it, and would therefore obtain absolutely wrong impressions about even the commonest objects of everyday life, while our powers of motion and of action would be utterly incomprehensible to him. The difficulties which we encounter in trying to understand the phenomena even of the astral world are precisely similar to those which Mr. Hinton supposes to be experienced by his two-dimensional entity; but when we try to raise our thoughts to the intuitional .world we have to face a state of existence which is lived in no less than six dimensions, if we are to continue at...

Cosmopsychology

Cosmopsychology

Cosmopsychology

Cosmopsychology The Psychology of Humans as Spiritual Beings Cosmopsychology assumes that human beings are essentially spiritual beings who are multi-dimensional, composed of many parts and connected to many dimensions of the Cosmos. It has been defined as astrology, as the study of psychospiritual development, and as the psychology of extraterrestrial beings. Cosmopsychology is the study of the relationship between the mind and the Cosmos. Cosmopsychology refers both to the correspondences between the human mind and the external universe and to the growth or evolution of the mind as it moves to higher forms of consciousness. It examines those parts, links, and dimensions that are not found in traditional, academic psychology. Cosmopsychology provides insights into your personality and your destiny through the contributions of astrology, numerology, the I Ching, Jungs Analytical psychology, Hartmanns Ego psychology, Bernes Transactional Analysis, Assagiolis Psychosynthesis, Hermeticism, Idealism, New Thought, and the Perennial Philosophy. The mysteries of karma are laid out as they are found in the ancient Indian philosophy of Vedanta. Psychology was built on classical physics. Cosmopsychology is built on quantum physics, the holographic universe, string theory, M-theory, and F-theory. Physics has come full circle, returning to the science of vibrations and the philosophy of idealism as taught by Pythagoras, Socrates, and Plato. Everything is connected both spatially and temporally. At this deep level of Being, consciousness choices what manifests. Cosmopsychology encompasses the nature of consciousness, meditation, karma, and rebirth and examines their roles in Individuation, Self-Actualization, and Self-Realization.