Hello to all interested;
This is an awesome site! Thanks for accepting me as a member here!
I'm a universalist in terms of spiritual belief, and I certainly consider myself to be a Theosophist of sorts. I've been a universalist type of practitioner in regard to sorcery. The healing arts greatly fascinate me. Traditional Welsh and British witchcraft has greatly influenced the way in which I source energy; not to the mention indigenous shamanic related practices of North America, of which I strongly believe to be more or less the missing link to Traditional European variations of traditional witchcraft.
Hmm, I believe in healthy living as well as protecting the environment. Being that I live in Oregon, I engage in quite a bit of hiking and outdoor meditation activities.
Metaphysical and supernatural studies and related experiences never cease to invoke furthering my interests.
Theosophy greatly intrigues me; two of my favorite authors are Annie Besant and Rudolf Steiner. Quite frankly, Theosophy has greatly influenced my life in general.
Furthermore, the subject of astral projection is among my favorite of metaphysical topics, as I have experienced such phenomena since my early teenage years.
Well, I have company right now, so I have to go for now.. I'll try to participate in some of the threads that you have here within the near future; there are some interesting topics here!
Thanks for reading and kind regards.
Hi SI, and welcome to the forum.
Yes, there are a lot of threads that have already been started on numerous Theosophical topics. Feel free to jump in to any of these threads.
Or we can start a couple of discussions right here. Which Theosophical principles do and do not fit into your own personal belief system?
As you probably know, Rudolf Steiner broke off from Theosophy and started his own group. What do you see as the big differences between Steiner's ideas and more 'traditional' Theosophical ideas?