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International Theosophy Conferences
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Purpose Of Theosconf

The main purpose is to help ensure the knowledge of god is achieved which can help an individual grow in spiritual sense.

Programs

We have many programs where young people come together and learn about the principles of Theosophy.

Lectures

There are many lectures conducted on the word of God which can provide these people the right path which can set them to God.

Theosophy, Unity and Helping the World

We help people encourage the knowledge of god by the means of direct intuition, individual relation and spiritual ecstasy.

Featured Talks & Speakers

Many people who have seen their interest in the words of Theosophy have come together to help ensure that they can encourage others to do so as well.
Oct. 13 — 11:12 PM

Elizabeth B. Herrera

Theosophical Approach To Addressing Scientific Issues

Oct. 12 — 12:15 AM

Rickey K. Kemper

Third Object Of Theosophy

Oct. 14 — 07:45 AM

Misty F. Meyer

Elements Enhancing Empathic Healing

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Pricing &  Registration

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Five Tips for Creating a Business Plan for Your Religious Organization

Five Tips for Creating a Business Plan for Your Religious Organization

Newly established religious organizations such as churches and mosques need to plan for growth. In doing so, they need to draft business plans that project their goals and objectives as clearly as possible. Adequate focus and time is required in writing a good business plan. Once you have been able to make a perfect draft, it will serve as a guide to realizing your vision for the organization after getting members interested.

As a religious setup, you have to draft a plan suitable for a non-profit organization. In order to be on the right path, you can seek the services of business plan writers that can help in making a custom draft tailored to your specifications.

This article will discuss certain tips for creating a business plan that will be appealing to your members―old and new. You will discover some similarities to that of commercial establishments.

  • Conduct Market Research

Market research and analysis are essential in writing a business plan. The information gathered will be useful in knowing what the community is in need of, and if your establishment can provide them. The study can be done by getting opinions from members or residents in the community. Your research will also involve getting information about other religious organizations in that locality, and what they provide

  • Have a Marketing Plan

Market analysis will precede your marketing plan which will feature a blueprint for raising awareness about what your organization is offering. Try to aim for uniqueness and create differentiation when advertising your religious activities through the local media houses. You should set up an online platform to keep up in this age of increased internet use.

You can lobby for free publicity from the local media houses since the organization qualifies as a non-profit establishment. Mobilize members to invite others to become a part of the organization.

  • Describe the Management Team and Operations

Give a description of every member of the management team. Their educational qualifications, skill sets, experience, background information, and other aspects should be stated. Members need to be assured that the business is in capable hands.

Every detail about the operations to be carried out should be well-described. The duties of those involved in running the business affairs of the organization should be clearly stated.

  • Financial Information

The last section of the plan should be the financial reports which will contain information about the budgets, financial statements, and financial projections.

  • Executive Summary

State your mission and vision as clearly as possible in this section, so as to give members an idea of which direction the organization is headed. The guiding principles that members need to uphold should also be written.

The executive summary should be the first section of the plan. It should summarize the entire plan as clearly as possible with the most important information included.

Your business plan must contain guidelines for implementation that should be easy to understand and carry out. The goals and objectives stated must be realistic and attainable. You can consult legal practitioners and business experts that specialize in nonprofit organizations.

7 Most Popular Theosophists in the History of the World

7 Most Popular Theosophists in the History of the World

Theosophy is an eclectic religious movement that believes that the nature of divinity could be understood and there exist innate powers in humankind. Theosophists believe that all of humankind is bound by unity which is fundamental in nature. They seek to establish brotherhood among men. Theosophy preaches that the spiritual and the physical essence of every human being comes from the same source, and they belong to one absolute and infinite reality. The seven most popular theosophists in the history of the world are as follows:

Helena Blavatsky

Helena Blavatsky was one of the founders of the Theosophical Society in 1875. Blavatsky believed that there existed archaic wisdom in ancient civilization. She was the first to preach that humans are not divided by race, creed, caste, colour and sex and originate from one single essence. Blavatsky believed that the absolute truth and knowledge was passed on in the human race through selected individuals called the masters. She also wrote several notable books of Theosophy.

Annie Besant

Annie Besant

Annie Besant was one of the most popular theosophists. She also had significant contributions towards women’s rights and fights for equality and freedom. Besant was a writer and orator who was intrigued by the teachings of Theosophy after meeting its founder Helena Blavatsky. Besant had sought spiritual enlightenment all her life and therefore, worked with theosophical society till the end.

Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner was a prevalent figure during the 19th century. He had extensive contributions towards the theosophical society. Steiner had written countless books on Theosophy that gave insight into topics such as body, mind and soul, rebirth and reincarnation, spirituality etc. He penned 400 volumes of work and was considered to be one of the most prolific theologists of the world.

Jiddu Krishnamurthy

Jiddu Krishnamurthy

Jiddu Krishnamurthy was a well-received speaker and writer who wrote extensively about spirituality and philosophy. He believed and preached that any change in a human could only be driven from within and not from an external force. He travelled across the world, connecting with people through his unique theosophical ideas.

Charles Webster Leadbeater

C.W. Leadbeater led a very controversial life. It was during his work as a priest in the Church of England that he found an interest for spiritualism. This interest drove him towards the Theosophical Society. He contributed to Theosophical society until the time of his death. He wrote extensively on occultism and also founded a college in Ceylon.

Radha Burnier

Radha Burnier

Radha Burnier was the president of the Theosophical Society in Adyar for 33 long years. She was a famous writer, and her notable works include “Human Regeneration”, “No Other Path to Go”, Beauty and Goodness” etc. She immensely contributed to the learning of human values.

Jakob Bohme

Jakob Bohme, popularly known for his books on philosophy, was a German Theologian. Two of his notable works are “De Signatura Rerum” and “Mysterium Magnum”. He is known for producing some of the Theosophical masterpieces and classics. Two of the masterpieces are, “The Six Theosophical Points” and “177 Theosophic Questions”.

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