• Know Someone in Need of Healing?

    The TOS Healing Network is a free service that practitioners provide to contribute to the positive energy of an individual. This helps the healee’s body find its own balance which leads to healing. Recipients of healing have reported feeling calmer as well as having a more positive outlook. Patients who have been recipients of energetic healing have reported fewer complications during surgery and a decreased recovery time afterwards.

    To know more click here.

  • When Our Companions Need Healing

    The TOS Animal Healing Network is in its seventh year and has over 26 healers waiting to send loving healing energy to your friend. In the past year, over 90 names of different animals have been given for healing, nationally and internationally.

    To give the name of an animal you feel is need of healing, click here.

  • Stop Your FOMO and Sign Up for Our Newsletter!

    OneHeart is our quarterly newsletter that gives you information about the latest projects of the TOS, ideas about service projects you can do in your own area, and connects you to issues that are important to create a better world.

    To sign up for our newsletter, look for the signup box at the bottom left of this page.

  • Ways to Stay Healthy

    Here are some resources that might help. We hope you take advantage of them. And we are always here to help. Feel free to email us at info@theoservice.org for any questions or concerns you may have.

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  • Latest Issue of For the Love of Life

    The 2017-2018 winter issue of For the Love of Life is available to read for free online. This edition revolves around ethics. The editorial staff would like to thank its readers for all its support. Physical copies are available by request.

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Featured Project

President's Blog

Moving Forward Together with Resilience and Service

Goals for this Webinar:

To provide an opportunity to connect with you and each other across the county.
To understand how things are going for all of us during the pandemic.
To discuss ways to take care of ourselves.
To discuss ways to support each other.
To find ways to support our groups.
To find ways to move forward as leaders in service with the Theosophical Order of Service. [node:read-more:link]

Meet Our Latest Recipient!

Every year the Theosophical Order of Service provides a scholarship to a second-year nursing student from the Oglala Lakota College. We would like to introduce the latest recipient Bethany Iyotte.

We would also like to thank everyone who donates to this project. It does not just help the student but the whole indigenous community for many generations. Congratulations Bethany and best wishes!

My name is Bethany Iyotte. I am a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in Rosebud, South Dakota where I was raised by my parents Paulette (Whiting) and Mark Iyotte Sr. I have two brothers, Pat and Mark, Jr. [node:read-more:link]

Patiently Waiting for Dawn

Be of good courage all is before you, and time passed in the difficult is never lost. . . What is required of us is that we live the difficult and learn to deal with it. In the difficult are the friendly forces, the hands that work on us.
― Rainer Maria Rilke

In the moments before the light of dawn, one feels as though time is holding its breath in anticipation. Darkness waits silently, patiently before it is dispersed. It has no fear. It does not feel agitation. It rests in the comfort of its role in the cycle of night and day, its dance with the inevitable light, and the inbreath and the outbreath of the universe. [node:read-more:link]



The goal of the TOS is service to our fellow humans and all of life on our planet. We encourage participation on this website through comments by both TOS members and non-members. For more detail on the TOS, please see About Us.

Know someone in need of healing?

Submit their names to the HEALING NETWORK.

Know an animal in need of healing?

Submit their name to the ANIMAL HEALING NETWORK.