What we're about

We study ancient mysteries and the ancient wisdom tradition from Egyptian mysteries to Greek philosophy, alchemy, Celtic mysteries, shamanism, and all esoteric studies. We call ourselves "Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Wisdom," and we have film discussions, lectures, workshops, symposiums, study groups, and even picnics. We normally meet 7-9 pm on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month. Come to our meetings at 3201 Pleasant Ave., Minneapolis 55408 in the Church of Saint Francis.. (612)747-9851. facebook.com/minneapolistheosophicalsociety or www.theosophical.org (then go to Membership, Local Groups, Central Dist., Minnesota, and Minneapolis.

Upcoming events (5+)

Lessons of the White Buffalo Woman talk Nov. 12 in Minneapolis

Dr. Darell Shaffer will speak on the Legend of the White Buffalo Woman from a Jungian perspective 7 pm Monday, Nov. 12 at the Church of St. Francis,, 3201 Pleasant Ave., Minneapolis. The event is sponsored by the Minneapolis Theosophical Society. The concept of individuation as a developing consciousness of the greater Self through the transcendence of pairs of opposites is a core theme of Jung’s psychology. Jung was writing to and from a western point of view. Darell Shaffer, MD is vice president of the Minnesota Jung Association, and is an active participant in the Minnesota Jungian Community. He has organized a monthly book and discussion group at the Jung Library on "Jung and Eastern Thought" and hosts a monthly study group on Jungian astrology a board certified psychiatrist. Dr. Shaffer trained at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He has previously held positions as the Medical Director at Anoka Metro Regional Treatment Center, and was the statewide psychiatric director for Corizon Health, supervising and delivering services to the incarcerated population in all of the Minnesota State Correctional Facilities. He is currently engaged in private practice in Minneapolis, primarily offering individual psychotherapy. Refreshments. $10 requested donation. (612)[masked]

Lessons of the White Buffalo Woman talk Nov. 12 in Minneapolis

Dr. Darell Shaffer will speak on the Legend of the White Buffalo Woman from a Jungian perspective 7 pm Monday, Nov. 12 at the Church of St. Francis,, 3201 Pleasant Ave., Minneapolis. The event is sponsored by the Minneapolis Theosophical Society. The concept of individuation as a developing consciousness of the greater Self through the transcendence of pairs of opposites is a core theme of Jung’s psychology. Jung was writing to and from a western point of view. Darell Shaffer, MD is vice president of the Minnesota Jung Association, and is an active participant in the Minnesota Jungian Community. He has organized a monthly book and discussion group at the Jung Library on "Jung and Eastern Thought" and hosts a monthly study group on Jungian astrology a board certified psychiatrist. Dr. Shaffer trained at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He has previously held positions as the Medical Director at Anoka Metro Regional Treatment Center, and was the statewide psychiatric director for Corizon Health, supervising and delivering services to the incarcerated population in all of the Minnesota State Correctional Facilities. He is currently engaged in private practice in Minneapolis, primarily offering individual psychotherapy. Refreshments. $10 requested donation. (612)[masked]

Lessons of the White Buffalo Woman talk Nov. 12 in Minneapolis

Dr. Darell Shaffer will speak on the Legend of the White Buffalo Woman from a Jungian perspective 7 pm Monday, Nov. 12 at the Church of St. Francis,, 3201 Pleasant Ave., Minneapolis. The event is sponsored by the Minneapolis Theosophical Society. The concept of individuation as a developing consciousness of the greater Self through the transcendence of pairs of opposites is a core theme of Jung’s psychology. Jung was writing to and from a western point of view. Darell Shaffer, MD is vice president of the Minnesota Jung Association, and is an active participant in the Minnesota Jungian Community. He has organized a monthly book and discussion group at the Jung Library on "Jung and Eastern Thought" and hosts a monthly study group on Jungian astrology a board certified psychiatrist. Dr. Shaffer trained at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He has previously held positions as the Medical Director at Anoka Metro Regional Treatment Center, and was the statewide psychiatric director for Corizon Health, supervising and delivering services to the incarcerated population in all of the Minnesota State Correctional Facilities. He is currently engaged in private practice in Minneapolis, primarily offering individual psychotherapy. Refreshments. $10 requested donation. (612)[masked]

Theosophical Society -- 2nd & 4th Monday each month at 7 pm

Church of St. Francis

We no longer meet at Spirit United, but now meet 7-9 pm on the 2nd and 4th Monday night each month at the Church of St. Francis, 3201 Pleasant Ave. For more information call (651)[masked])[masked] or email [masked]. We also sponsor workshops in the spring, summer and fall at the church and host a free vegetarian potluck picnic noon-3 pm on the first Sunday in Aug. in the picnic area across the room from the band shell on Lake Harriet. Call Send SMS Call from mobile Add to Skype You'll need Skype Credit Free via Skype

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