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Esoteric teachers — The constitution of man — The planetary chain — The world periods — Devachan — Kama Loca — The human tide-wave. Mr Sinnett’s book misnamed ‘Esoteric Buddhism,” while there is not a single village indifference whether the esoteric Hindoo or Buddhist religion is nearest to. First published in Esoteric Buddhism is a practical clue to the meaning of almost all ancient religious symbolism. Sinnett says that the esoteric doctrine.

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He, along with Mme H. This is definitely one of the best books on esoteric philosophy I’ve read.

Esoteric Buddhism

Olcott at Bombay, India, Mr Sinnett wrote to the President-Founder expressing his desire to become acquainted with them, and his willingness to publish any information which they liked to give him about their mission in India. This zinnett demonstrates the ability of Mr Sinnett to arrange the fragmentary teachings given to him into a synthetic doctrine. They were greatly encouraged by this letter, and a brisk correspondence ensued, culminating in December that year in a visit by the Founders to Mr and Mrs Sinnett at their house in Allahabad.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to bddhism. To the end of his days, occult phenomena and psychism of every kind had for Mr Sinnett a great attraction. Several of the well-known Transactions of the London Lodge are from his pen.

Esoteric Buddhism by A.P. Sinnett

Leadbeater writes about the effect these two books had:. Tink rated it it was amazing Aug 21, For if there is anything that can be said with absolute certainty about the book it is, that it is not esoteric, and not Buddhism. Of the seven components that make up our personality, the three lower at the time of physical death, moving away from us. As a matter of fact, he was so eager to argue his case convincingly that he wrote a second letter before he received a reply to the first one.


Pixelpunk rated it liked it Jan 15, Refresh and try again. From this material, he attempted to formulate in his new book “the basis of a revised theosophy. Hume, on the other hand, soon lost interest in Theosophy, but became inspired to work for India and sponsor the Indian National Congress. True, it told an astounding story — a story to the ordinary man of the world all but incredible, though strangely attractive; but it told it in the most straightforward and transparently truthful manner, so that to many of us in spite of its overwhelming novelty it carried conviction upon its very face.

It is here that the fourth principle the animal soul is separated from the others. Explicit use of et al. Sinnetttwo volumes edited by A. The following year,the Founders visited the Sinnetts at their summer home in Simla, the summer capital of India. HPB performed some amazing phenomena which she attributed to the Mahatmas with whom she was in more or less constant psychic contact. First published in Esoteric Buddhism is a practical clue to the meaning of almost all ancient religious symbolism.

Sinnett was the first Theosophical novelist; very soon after Esoteric Buddhism there appeared his novel, Karma, which went into several editions, and also a second less well known novel, United. Man begins as a monad and dwells in seven major races on each of the seven planets.

The Sinnetts joined The Theosophical Society on 26 December and the Founders met other influential visitors who were to play some part in the affairs of the Society, such as Mr A. Sinnett was an English author and Theosophist. Olcott and Madame H. He was himself largely groping in the dark, and though most of his questions were answered, at first he little knew what to ask.

Esoteric Buddhism 5th edition, Trevor Barker, survive — among the most important of the many excellent books which have been written in support of the Theosophical Movement. The Mahatma letters, which generated the controversy that later helped lead to the split of the Theosophical Society, were mostly written to Sinnett or his wife, Patience.


Ashok Kumar rated it did not like it Nov 25, BySinnett was back in England, where that year Constance Wachtmeister states that she met Blavatsky at the home of the Sinnetts in London.

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It is the belief in God and buddihsm that makes two-thirds of humanity the slaves of a handful of those who deceive them under the false pretence of saving them.

But esiteric country generally was not in Buddha’s time, as it has since become, the chosen habitation of the great brotherhood. He asked her if it would be possible for him to get in touch with them and receive instructions from them. Retrieved from ” https: He was Vice-President of the Theosophical Society between —88, —, —, and Acting President of the TS for four months insoon after the death of Col. The letters he received were eventually published as The Mahatma Letters to A. He is listed in the England Census at age 31, esoteeic a Journalist, born in Middlesex.

Marek rated it it was amazing Feb 28, The author argues that “a complete, or perfect man” is made up of seven elements:.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This book certainly brings to light many details about Buddhism not explained in popular “exoteric” accounts, making it much more understandable and relateable to other traditions such as Neoplatonism. The original Buddhism was the very contrary of esoteric.

By temperament he was drawn to science, and, being a keen student of chemistry, he had a laboratory of his own.