Monday, March 2, 2015

Table of Contents: Sweet Synchronicity: Finding Annie Besant, Discovering Krishnamurti

           A taste of "Sweet Synchronicity: Finding Annie Besant, Discovering Krishnamurti"

                                                  Table of Contents

Chapter One:
      Finding Annie

Chapter Two:
      Instant Therapy & A Tree-house to Dream In

Chapter Three:
      From Treehouse to the Great Hall and Back Again

Chapter Four:
     The Cure for Procrastination

Chapter Five:
     Mothers, Husbands, and Other Impossibilities

Chapter Six:
     Speaking for Herself

Chapter Seven:
     Of Match Girls, Eleanor Marx, and George Bernard Shaw

Chapter Eight:
    Ascended Masters

Chapter Nine:
    You Can Do What You Think You Can’t Do

Chapter Ten:
     The Screenplay Visualized

Chapter Eleven:
    Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

Chapter Twelve:
     Miracles Among the Englis 

Chapter Thirteen:
    Madames’s Séance

Chapter Fourteen:
    Grave Decisions

Chapter Fifteen:

Chapter Sixteen:
     Finding Krishnamurti

Chapter Seventeen:
    Choices for British Brahmins

Chapter Eighteen:
    Ojai, California

Chapter Nineteen:

Chapter Twenty:
     Roselind’s Story

Chapter Twenty-One:
    At the Castle

Chapter Twenty-Two:
    Rituals, Rites, and Roses

Chapter Twenty-Three:
   “The Coming Has Gone Wrong”

Chapter Twenty-Four:
    Moments of Sacred marigolds

Chapter Twenty-Five:
     Christmas Eve

Chapter Twenty-Six:
     The Contest, the Option, and the Choice  

Chapter Twenty-Seven:
     End Notes: The Occultist, the Mystic, and the Astrologer    

1 comment:

Elizabeth Spring said...

Someone emailed this to me and so I thought I'd share it:

"I finished the book tonight with much pleasure. I STRONGLY agree this must be a film—!
There is greatness and daring and
a good story of the 19th century socio-political history of gender and imperialism in Britain, as well as the spiritual and
political evolution of a Great Lady.
Actually, I think it should be a series, like Downton Abbey!"