Location Birmingham UK
Dates 18-23rd October 2015

The concept of “sacrifice” seems to be grafted in the very fabric of world religions and spiritual philosophies. The manifestation of the universe itself is frequently seen as a supreme act of sacrifice made by the Logos, who limits itself in order to give birth to innumerable centres of consciousness. This sacrificial act is reflected on all levels—from the divine incarnations assuming physical form in order to guide humanity, to the offering of lower forms of life for the sustenance of the higher ones. As H. P. Blavatsky records in her Gems From The East: “Life is built up by the sacrifice of the individual to the whole. Each cell in the living body must sacrifice itself to the perfection of the whole; when it is otherwise, disease and death enforce the lesson.” Likewise,following this universal Principle, the spiritual aspirant must learn to give up his separate life before he can participate in a conscious union with the whole.


The European School of Theosophy this year will explore the subject in all its different facets – metaphysical, mythological, spiritual, and ethical, in the light of the Theosophical teachings as well as some of the major world religions.


Pablo Sender


Michele Shields

Joseph MacDermott

Elizabeth Crofts

The Programme

The Law of Sacrifice

Kenosis: The Self-emptying Nature of Deity

The Fall of the Angels

The Mystery of the Incarnated Logos

The Work of Nirmanakayas and Mahatmas

The Voice of the Silent Watcher

The Role of Suffering in Human Evolution

Sacrificing the Personal 

And other related topics


22 January 2015


EuST 2015

About the European School of Theosophy

The main reason of its existence is to provide guided study with study material readily available. Yearly weekly classes are organized in different countries and in careful selected places to facilitate commune with nature, physical activities, contemplation and study.  

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