The Call to the Heights: Guidance on the Pathway to Self-Illumination

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Quest Books, Jan 1, 1987 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 220 pages
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In The Call to the Heights, Geoffrey Hodson presents a method of attainment largely novel to contemporary society, but nevertheless, a method that comes directly from the ancient wisdom of our earliest ancestors.
 

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Contents

Open Sesame
1
The Mystery Schools
3
What Then Is Man?
8
The Purpose of Life
12
The Call to the Heights
16
The Masters Influence
19
True and False Teachers
25
Karma Through Successive Incarnations
31
Safeguards
110
Successes and Failures After All
116
The World Problem
121
Kindness Worldwide
130
The Disciple World Ambassador
136
Withdrawal from the World
143
The Sevenfold Splendor of the Rays
148
PresentDay Initiations
158

Entering the Pathway Toward Initiation
38
Love and Compassion
45
Selflessness
51
Selfishness Beyond Death
63
Truth Knowledge and Intuition
67
Realizing Unity
75
Discipleship
83
Future Education for Initiation
89
The Most Serious Fall
97
Pitfalls
102
Close to Perfection
164
The Great Initiations
169
Correspondences Between
176
and Universe
184
The Consciousness of the Initiate
185
From Human to Adept
194
Hope for the Future
204
Glossary
210
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About the author (1987)

Hodson was born and educated in England. For 60 years he lectured for the Theosophical Society in America, England, Europe, South Africa, India, New Zealand, Australia and the Far East. He was four times Director of Studies at the School of the Wisdom.

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