1930. The author explains that the new theosophy is that which makes clear at every point that all forms are in the life and are less than the life, and that never is the life held or supported or carried in or by the forms. In the light of this essential truth, so often neglected, reincarnation, karma and evolution take on an entirely new appearance, and knowledge of their true effects in our lives invests us with new power and freedom. Contents Part 1. Life and Its Purpose: The Greatness of Life; The Value of Experience; The Great Active Principle; The Human Life-Cycle; The Function of Desire; The Goal of Life; The Way to the Goal; Bondage and Freedom; Progress and People; Brothers and Friends; and Masters and Men. Contents Part II. Happenings by the Way: The Meaning of Theosophy; Life after Death; Reincarnation; the Real Meaning of Karma; The Ego; Progress and Initiation; Gurus and Teachers; Religion; Are there Two Theosophies? See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.Wood, Ernest E. is the author of 'Natural Theosophy' with ISBN 9780766190603 and ISBN 0766190609.