Human Regeneration – part seventeen
- Published: Sunday, 10 December 2017 22:43
Radha Burnier – India
Radha in Canberra, Australia (1985)
[Recognizing regeneration as the kernel of all Theosophical work, the International Theosophical Centre at Naarden, the Netherlands, jointly with the Federation of Theosophical Societies in Europe, organized two seminars in July 1990, with a number of office bearers, workers and members of the Society from different countries as participants. Proceedings of the seminar were published as a book under the title Human Regeneration: Lectures and Discussion (Amsterdam: Uitgeverij der Theosofische Vereniging in Nederland, 1990). This chapter (discussions) is here slightly revised.]
Is the T.S. the only way to come to “Theosophia”, or is it also the basis for other schools? Is the T.S. the only right channel for “Theosophia”, are all other lines of spirituality not the right ones?
RH: Various groups and individuals in the world may possess real wisdom and we can recognize that they have theosophia. They may even have a great deal of the real wisdom which we do not. As the T.S. has been founded by great Adepts who had a wide view of the divine wisdom and wished to bring it to the world through this movement, it is probable that they have given to the T.S. as much as it was possible to give to the world at that time. But there are also many societies, groups and organizations, which have spurious teaching and knowledge, which are narrow-minded or dogmatic in different ways, and of course we cannot say that all these other spiritual movements have the right to claim wisdom to the same degree as the T.S.