The Esoteric Philosophy

From William Meader’s website Emergent Light:

The goal of every human being is to transform the personality so that it becomes the rightful servant on behalf of the soul’s purpose and creative agenda. The path has much to do with navigating this challenge so that the soul and personality become cooperatively unified. As the soul becomes increasingly masterful of its outer garment (personality) the capacity to live a soulful life is likewise enhanced. One becomes increasingly able to express the wisdom and love of the soul within the fabric of day-to-day life. In truth, when walking the spiritual path this is the ultimate goal… live and be as the soul.

Esoteric is a word that can be defined as “that which is hidden,” and The Esoteric Philosophy is one that reveals or divulges spiritual matters and principles that are not obvious to us in everyday life.

Not a religion, there are no moral commandments, doctrines or proclamations. Fundamentally it represents a set of ideas that can deepen our understanding of ourselves and the larger world in which we live. Its origins are ancient, however the Esoteric Philosophy is gaining renewed interest around the world in its deeply mystical and scientific approach to spirituality and the human mind.

In exploring the Esoteric Philosophy, we may discover how its profound ideas can impart a transformation in many aspects of our lives, and  discover it has application in perhaps all aspects of human existence. As such, it is inclusive of religion, but not in the least limited by it.

William Meader is returning to Pittsburgh and on Tuesday October 8, 2019 will present for OMA at the East End Cooperative Ministry, his talk entitled The Spiritual Call.