Oct 22, 1993 07:37 AM
by Michael R. Meyer
THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT: PAST AND FUTURE
An Inter-Theosophical Dialogue
The Krotonal School is sponsoring an an all-day meeting of
members of the different groups of Theosophists in southern
California, who will share their insights into the past and
future role of Theosophical Movement.
The morning is devoted to talks and discussion of the question,
"The Theosophical Society in the 20th Century: What Have We
Achieved?" with panelists Alan Donat, T.S., Pasadena; Jerry
Hejka-Ekins, T.S., Adyar; Nandini Iyer, Associate, U.L.T.;
Carmen Small, Theosophical Publications, Point Loma; Eleanor
Shumway, Temple of the People, Halcyon.
The afternoon talks and discussion address "Theosophy in the
21st Century: Where Do We Go from Here?" The panelists are John
Algeo, T.S. Adyar; Rob McOwen, Associate, U.L.T.; and Nancy and
John Coker, T.S. Pasadena. This session will be followed by
small group discussion, coordinated by April Hejka-Ekins. The
day ends with a Mexican vegetarian dinner.
March 26, Saturday, Registration 9:30 a.m., $5. Program 10:00
a.m.-noon, 2:00-5:30 p.m. Dinner 6:00 p.m. Send $10 per person
for dinner reservations to Krotona School by March 19.
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