Occult Preparations for a New Age by Dane Rudhyar
. First published in the significant year of 1975 and out-of-print for many years, this compelling volume places the work and mission of H. P. Blavatsky and the Theosophical Movement within a broad, all-inclusive planetary frame of reference. It is one of the most significant books dealing with the place and meaning of theosophy in the new century.
In Occult Preparations for a New Age
Rudhyar sheds new light on the fundamental issues and tenets of theosophy. Students of theosophy will find the chapter on "The One Planetary Tradition and the Many Operative Traditions" especially illuminating. The volume also presents the "Kumaric Event" of theosophy in a compelling manner. Read it now . . .
RHYTHM OF WHOLENESS - A Total Affirmation of Being.
Rudhyar's philosophical and metaphysical magnum opus
. The culmination and summation of Rudhyar's philosophical work, this magnificant and accessible
volume is a must read for anyone wishing a comprehensive understanding of Wholeness in its fullest sense and of Rudhyar's approach. From 1983, out-of-print for several years.
Dane Rudhyar's Rhythm of Wholeness
is perhaps the most important and all-inclusive philosophical/metaphysical work of the 20th Century. It treats the fundamental principles and tenets of theosophy - cosmogenesis and anthropogenesis, cosmic and human evolution, karma, reincarnation, individual transformation, and more - in a truly modern, post-quantum manner. Don't miss it!
The Fullness of Human Experience by Dane Rudhyar
. Rudhyar's last book, this important volume explores the human dimension - individual and collective - of the philosophical and metaphyical concepts and principles presented in The Rhythm of Wholeness
. An excellent summation of multi-levelled human evolution and the process of transformation.
The Fullness of Human Experience
brings the key tenets and principles of theosophy into the new century. It is of intense interest to all student's of theosophy and Blavatsky's Secret Dctrine
. From 1985.
Beyond Individualism - The Psychology of Transformation by Dane Rudhyar
, with a Foreword by James Fadiman, Ph.D.
"The first time I read this book, it was difficult for me to stay with the argument, to maintain my attention. I saw that my educational up-bringing has lessened my capacity to pay attention. The second time I read the book I could see how it has begun to work on me, I was willing to walk along with Rudhyar and notice things as he pointed them out. My defensiveness had diminished, my pomposity about being a 'real' psychologist had deflated. I realized I was in the presence of a great mind who was willing to clarify the place in which I found myself.
I suggest you read this book for pleasure, not for enlightenment (for you are already enlightened), not for scholarship, not for the sake of 'keeping up,' but to give yourself a larger set of windows to view your life from. It is a pleasure to know that books like this are still offered to us. It is a personal pleasure to commend it to you."
-from the Foreword by James Fadiman, Ph.D.
ADDED 5 Feburary 2018. Read it now . . .
The Rebirth of Hindu Music by Dane Rudhyar
This compelling volume was one of the first modern books to examine the place and importance of Asiatic music in a sensitive, serious manner. First published in India by the Theosophical Publishing House in 1928 - when Indian music was being contaminated by Western influence and cheap Western instruments, like the Harmonium. In The Rebirth of Hindu Music
Rudhyar urged Indian musicians to rediscover the sacred roots and power of Hindu Music.
Written at the request of Ragini Devi, The Rebirth of Hindu Music
of is special interest to students of theosophy and H. P. Blavatsky's Secret Doctrine
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