Reincarnation: Life After Life

REINCARNATION: LIFE AFTER LIFE

Sunday 13th March – 6pm

A zoom talk by Colyn Boyce

 

 

 

Do we have just one earthly life, or do we return . . . time and again?

Even in the last 25 years an increasing number in the western world have come around to the view that this is not our only life. For millennia, mystics, artists and scientists and some of the greatest thinkers have accepted reincarnation as a central tenet of human existence.

If as some suggest that justice rules the universe, rebirth is the only logical explanation for dealing with apparent inequalities: why some are wealthy and others are poor, while others have good health and yet others are dealt are a rotten set of ‘health’ cards.

Our speaker examines what the Ageless Wisdom has to say on the subject.

Canadian-born, Colyn Boyce was a radio journalist in British Columbia in the 1970s before moving to the UK. A member of the Theosophical Society since 1969, he worked for the London HQ of the TS in England between 1981 – 2018. For much of his career he was engaged full-time as Publicist organising and promoting the London programme of the Society. From 1990 to 2015 he was Assistant Editor of Insight magazine and its predecessor, The Theosophical Journal. His responsibility extended to designing and illustrating the magazine. A member of the National Lecturer’s Scheme, Colyn has spoken at the annual English Summer Schools, in London and at a number of premises throughout England, Wales and Canada. During 2019 he embarked on a 3 week tour of theosophical lodges in the northeast USA. He writes regularly for theosophical publications and recently spoke to the European School of Theosophy, on his favourite subject, Atlantis.

 

For Members and Associates Only
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March 13

18:00

– 19:30

(1h 30′)

Online

Colyn Boyce