The Seven Rays: Being Different Together

SUN, MAR 21, 2010 (53:36)

Betty Bland discusses The Seven Rays. “Together differently,” was a phrase first coined by George Arundale, a former international president of the Society to indicate the possibility for people of diverse cultural and religious backgrounds coming together in a sense of cooperation and unity. 2009. The discussion looks at this classic Theosophical typology in relation to the human personality and beyond. The presentation was written by John Algeo.

+ BIO: Betty Bland

Betty Bland National President of the Theosophical Society in America, is a national lecturer for the Society, and has presented workshops and lectures on the spiritual life both in the United States and abroad. Her professional life has included work as a teacher, employment counselor, systems analyst, and entrepreneur. She is interested in the practical application of theosophical principles to everyday life situations. Serving also on the Boards of Directors of the Theosophical Order of Service and Theosophical Book Gift Institute, she has been a member of the Society since 1970, and has served in many capacities for local and regional activities.

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