Books by Pablo Sender
New ideas in Theosophical teachings
Its Teachings and Practical Application
In this book Pablo Sender offers significantly more than a metaphysical exposition of the subject matter. Part I describes an approach to the SD that turns its study into a form of yoga, helping the student gain deeper insights into higher realities.
Part II explores the main teachings of the SD volume on Cosmogenesis, expounding upon them in a clear and systematic way. Diagrams and charts are provided throughout, and all non-English technical terms are translated, removing a common stumbling block encountered by students.
Finally, Part III presents an innovative method to apply teachings on cosmic principles to the human mind and consciousness. It also includes a series of meditations and exercises designed to help the earnest student grow in self-knowledge and meet the experiences of daily life from the profound perspective put forth by Blavatsky’s remarkable text.
The book not only explores the philosophy but also has chapters devoted to the application of these teachings.
Part I. FOUNDATIONS
1. Aims of The Secret Doctrine (SD)
2. HPB on the Nature of the SD
3. HPB on Science and the SD
4. The SD and Its Study
5. The SD and the Yoga of Wisdom
6. The Four Basic Ideas
7. Practical Tips for Studying the SD
Part II. TEACHINGS
8. A Conversation on God and Creation
9. A Conversation on Celestial Beings
10. Pages from a Prehistoric Period
11. First Fundamental Proposition – Absolute Reality
12. First Fundamental Proposition – Stages of Manifestation
13. Second and Third Fundamental Propositions
14. Pre-Cosmic Reawakening
15. Cosmic Manifestation
16. Cyclic Evolution
17. Introducing the Stanzas of Dzyan
18. The Birth of the Creative Logos
19. Celestial Builders and Their Work
20. Formation of the Earth and Birth of Humanity
21. Seven Stanzas from the Book of Dzyan
Part III. PRACTICAL APPLICATION
22. The Psychological Key of Interpretation
23. A Psychological Approach to the Fundamental Propositions
24. A Psychological Approach to the Stanzas of Dzyan
25. Ethical Dimension of The Secret Doctrine
26. Meditations on the Real
27. Meditations on the Logos and Its Manifestation
28. Bringing The Secret Doctrine into Everyday Life
Click here to read the the article “The Secret Doctrine, Krishnamurti and Transformation” by Aryel Sanat. Articles like this gave Pablo the motivation to write Approaching The Secret Doctrine.
An In-Depth Study of H. P. Blavatsky’s Teachings
In this book Pablo Sender explores the writings of Mme. Blavatsky, tracing her teachings on the evolution of the higher consciousness throughout her voluminous writings. This book presents her teachings in a systematic way, explaining her frequently obscure words so that the earnest student can grasp their meaning.
The book not only explores the philosophy but also has four chapters devoted to the application of these teachings.
Part I. Theory
Chapter 1. Theosophical View on Evolution
Chapter 2. Ātman—The Higher Self
Chapter 3. The Monad
Chapter 4. Manas—The Ego
Chapter 5. Kāma—The Animal Soul
Chapter 6. Communication with the Higher
Chapter 7. Evolution of the Higher Ego
Part II. Practice
Chapter 8. The State of Manas Taijasa
Chapter 9. States of Consciousness
Chapter 10. The “Thought-Producer”
Chapter 11. The Sense of Space
On our Resources page, you will find additional material to help with the study. We have provided chapter by chapter – Short videos, Words to Know, Questions for Discussion, Points to Ponder, Seeds for Meditation, Diagrams and Recommended Readings.
Click here for the Resources Page.
Click here for the Companion Guide in English.
En español un Guía de Estudio.
by Pablo Sender
In our next book for this Series we are bringing back into print the oral esoteric teachings that H. P. Blavatsky gave to the innermost group of the early Theosophical Society.
The material in this work comes from the notebook of Alice L. Cleather, a member of the Inner Group of the Esoteric Section. In the weekly meetings held privately, Blavatsky answered questions about her Esoteric Instructions, giving a profound insight on the inner structure of the cosmos and human beings.
The subjects discussed include:
. . . and much more.
The book also presents Esoteric Instructions IV, V, and VI and the Diagram of Meditation.
This book, based on real interactions in a class, explores practical aspects of the spiritual life in a format of Questions and Answers. The conversations explore in a deep and practical way subjects such as the practice of awareness, the development of self-knowledge, how to deal with negative emotions and thoughts, meditation, and much more.
In the late 1880s Mme. Blavatsky dictated a Diagram of Meditation to one of her close students. The Diagram is meant to assist us in a process of spiritual transformation from the limited perception of our personal ego to that of the divine self. It offers a very comprehensible approach that is not limited to instructions for sitting meditation but also includes a set of attitudes to be observed during daily life.
Although the Theosophical tradition refrains from promoting one particular system of meditation, there are many specific recommendations about the subject found in its literature. In this book, we present a number of methods taught by Theosophists such as H. P. Blavatsky, Annie Besant, I. K Taimni, Geoffrey Hodson, Dora Kunz, and many more.