1. of or relating to theosophy
    theosophical writings
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How To Use theosophical In A Sentence

  • This inclination was supported by his decision in 1909, to join the Theosophical Society, where the religious mysticism encouraged him to turn inward to spiritual life.
  • A theosophical discussion with a scientific basis is almost pointless and surely an exercise in futility.
  • It is difficult to pinpoint the precise moment at which the Theosophical Society began to decline and British esotericists began to turn to other Eastern interpreters.
  • Oddly enough, his belief in reincarnation was brought to Cuba by American missionaries from the American Theosophical Society.
  • The influence of his theosophical training and beliefs remained with him for the rest of his life and was often reflected in his paintings.
  • Perhaps his greatest contribution to the theosophical movement was his presentation and elucidation of the basic theosophic ideas found in Blavatsky's Secret Doctrine and other works.
  • theosophical writings
  • Steiner may have broken away from the Theosophical Society, but he did not abandon the eclectic mysticism of the theosophists.
  • As a member and later leader of the Theosophical Society, Besant helped to spread theosophical beliefs around the world, notably in India.
  • Edmund Barton was also at least vaguely interested in the theosophical movement.
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