This is a talk by John Vorstermans who is currently the National President of the Theosophical Society in New Zealand. I'm just going along so listing in case any of you would like to join me...!
From the Theosophical Society website... John has been a student of the ageless wisdom since his early twenties. In recent times, John has focussed on transformative processes that help people to understand themselves and create dynamic changes in their view of Reality.
He has a background in IT contracting, an electrician by trade and has a special interest in Internet Communications and technology. John was part of a team that helped establish the Internet in New Zealand and he is also a qualified Ayurveda medical practitioner and herbalist.
Topics: The Journey Home
Look at the spiritual journey through the eyes of mythology, story and parables.The journey is a process that is described in many different ways, easy to see if you know what to look for and understand the universal language. This presentation explores some of these stories and reveals some of the keys to understand myth and allegory.
The Pilgrims Journey
This presentation is not so much about the journey, rather who is the one taking the journey, and the pathways that the journey takes us on. Here we together discuss the nature of who we really are and the power we have when we know.
What is The Theosophical Society?
The Theosophical Society in New Zealand is an organisation that encourages the exploration of the important questions in life, such as; who are we, why are we here, and what is our purpose? We do not claim to have all the answers to these questions, rather we endeavour to explore and come to our own understanding of them.
To promote and enable greater awareness of living wisdom expressed through Theosophy
To serve humanity by cultivating an ever deepening understanding and realisation of the Ageless Wisdom, spiritual self-transformation, and the Unity of all Life.
The society holds that our every action, feeling and thought affects all other beings and that each of us is capable of, and responsible for, contributing to the benefit of the whole.