The Theosophical Society in Seattle


Sunday Talks

Welcome to Sunday Talk presentations at the Theosophical Society in Seattle. All of our programs are free of charge and are public supported. If you would like to support our programs, you can make a donation in any amount. A suggested donation is $10-20 for each Sunday Talk program.



All Sunday Talks are at 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Pacific Time unless otherwise noted

Location for in-person programs: Theosophical Society Library at 717 Broadway East, Seattle, WA {next to Quest Bookshop}

Online programs: request a Sunday Talk Zoom link here {same Zoom link for all online Sunday Talks}


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Summer 2022

06.26 | 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm | Jack Strain | Plant Consciousness – In Person and Online

07.31 | 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm | Nichole DeMent | Align with your soul using Esoteric Astrology – In Person and Online

Spring 2022

04.03 | Jack Strain | Happiness, Gratitude, and Neuroplasticity – In Person and Online

04.10 | Christopher Carter | Catalyzing One’s Inner Unity – In Person and Online

04.17 | William Kiesel | Magic Circles – In Person and Online

04.24 | Sue Prescott | Unity: Gems from Stories and Traditions from Around the World – Online

05.01 | Andrew Barker |The Ending of Thought: Seeing Beyond Your Form To Your Real Form – In Person and Online

05.08 | Joe Dillon | Karma, Dharma, and Will: A Fairy Tale of Three Children’s Adventures – Online

05.15 | Ansel Braidman | Sigils As a Path to Self Knowledge – In Person

05.22 | CANCELED Lóki Ducato | Dance as Prayer and Ecstasy – In Person

06.05 | Cristin Marie McVey | Strength to Love: The Enduring Friendship of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Thich Nhat Hanh – Online

Our goal is to help each other to discover meaning in our lives through personal interaction and outreach to all, regardless of race, creed, or gender orientation.

We do not limit this search to any one tradition and therefore we offer programs from a variety of traditions.

As members of the Theosophical Society we engage our lives in study meditation and service, by encouraging open-minded inquiry into spiritual and philosophical traditions, scientific and psychic research, and artistic expression, as well as basing our fundamental world view on the unity of all life.

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Questions? Call us at 206-323-4281 or email