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Leeds Theosophical Society
Promoting understanding and respect for spiritual lifestyles in the Leeds Area
12 Queen Square, Leeds LS2 8AJ
(Near the Merrion Centre)

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A branch of the Theosophical Society in England (www.theosophicalsociety.org.uk)

Open to non-Members - Free Entry
at 12 Queen Square Leeds LS2 8AJ
Sunday 9th September 2018
starting at 2.30pm

(doors open at 2)

Gary Kidgell (Dundee)
Gary Kidgell is a professional esoteric astrologer and a teacher and lecturer in metaphysics. He has studied esoteric teachings for the last thirty-five years. Gary has lectured extensively throughout the UK and in Europe. His recently published book entitled The Inner Journey: Pathways to the Higher Self' has been distributed internationally. Gary is also a member of the Claregate College Metaphysics group and the Director of Studies for their two audio-visual online courses: 'Foundations in Esoteric Studies' and 'Esoteric Psychology: The Seven Rays'.
Gary is a member of Dundee Theosophical Society, the former Organising Secretary of the Theosophical Society in Scotland and a National Lecturer for the Theosophical Society in England.
Details: www.soul-centred-astrology.com

[Gary Kidgell]
Gary Kidgell
The descent of spirit into matter and its subsequent return to source is described by both classical esoteric teachings and the major religions of our world. The ‘homeward journey’ to the source of one’s being is commonly referred to as the ‘spiritual path’ or ‘path of return.’ It is by treading the spiritual path, whereby one adopts spiritual practices and disciplines as a means of establishing union with the Soul or Higher Self, that one becomes aligned to the rhythms of our universe and capable of expressing its evolutionary intent.
In this presentation, Gary shall outline the requirements, challenges and the practices related to the treading of the spiritual path in the light of the classical teachings of Ancient Wisdom; the psychological approach of Carl Jung and Roberto Assagioli; the symbolism of myth and eastern religious teachings and practices.

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