Layton, Eunice

Eunice Layton

Eunice Layton joined the Theosophical Society in 1945 and dedicated the rest of her life to the service of the Society. She graduated from the University of Utah and Stanford University where she wrote her master’s thesis on disadvantgaged children using her classroom as a basis for required research. After joining the Society, Eunice served on the staff of the national headquarters of the Theosophical Society in America, working as head of the Department of Information. In 1954, she and her husband Felix began lecturing and conducting classes on Theosophy throughout Canada and the United States. They later served as assistant directors of the School of the Wisdom in Adyar, India. In 1977 Eunice and Felix moved to Ojai, California where he served as resident head and vice-president of the Krotona Institute, with Eunice supporting her husband in the work. Together with her husband Felix, she co-authored the Quest book, LifeYour Great Adventure.

Other Works By the Author
Life your great Adventure: A Theosophical View