Today's Harmonic Message
One of the most important duties every individual owes to himself and to his fellow man is, at all times and as rapidly as possible, to increase the number and volume of the things he knows; and in so doing select those facts and truths of which he can make the most valuable use. For by this process alone he becomes the better equipped to discharge his personal responsibility to both himself and his fellow man.
-The Great Work p. 20.


THE PHILOSOPHY OF INDIVIDUAL LIFE

THE INSTRUCTION IS A GIFT TO ACCEPTED APPLICANTS

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The Great School of Natural Science (GSNS) is dedicated to the dissemination of its Philosophy of Individual Life. The Soul as referenced by this philosophy refers to the Individual Intelligence, the intelligent ego, entity, or essential being which inhabits and operates both the physical body and the spiritual body, and manifests itself through them.

This philosophy has been taught, in one form or another, down through the ages, but usually only to a select few, in secret. It was put into modern form starting in 1897 by John Richardson, who accepted the task of converting it from its previous oriental and mystical format to a scientific one that is more appropriate to this modern age. Assisting Mr. Richardson was Florence Huntley, his first student.

The present version of the Philosophy of Individual Life is recorded in a set of five textbooks known as the Harmonic Series. The first book, The Harmonics of Evolution, was written by Florence Huntley, the others authored by Mr. Richardson. This uplifting philosophy embodies ancient wisdom in a manner that appeals to the rational western mind and serves to bridge the seeming gap between science and spirituality.


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