The Theosophical
Society in Australia

With International Headquarters at Adyar, Chennai, India.

2022 October Springbrook Event


life meaning in a theosophical context


Ancient Wisdoms in a Modern World: a contemporary exploration of the stories and symbols that bring meaning to our lives


Making sense of our human experience can bring meaning to our lives. These sessions will help us become conscious of the meanings we have assigned to things and the effect it has on our behaviours. Reflecting on the reasons for our thinking and feelings may help to calm our behaviour and bring peace of mind.


Berry Dunston – is President of the Hobart Branch of the Theosophical Society. She was formerly a University Lecturer at the University of Theosophy in Australia, June 2022 67 Technology Sydney. Not long before moving to Tasmania in 2005, she became a Clinical Counsellor and Psychotherapist.
Gayle Thomas – is National Secretary of the Theosophical Society in Australia. She worked as a Chaplain of Theosophy in the hospital and hospice sector in Queensland. Spiritual Care dovetails nicely with Berry’s practice, as it facilitates the exploring of an individual’s story. Through selfless listening a safe space is provided and the person listened to can express their sense of the world and where they have found their own strength and spirituality.


$180 (members), $220 (nonmembers) – includes all sessions, accommodation, catering and airport/station transfers.

Registration Form


Enquiries to:

Stephen McDonald or (02) 9264 7056.


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