The teachings as brought forth by the Master Djwhal Khul through Alice Bailey (1880-1949) are by the latter referred to with the name "Ageless Wisdom".1 As has been explained in ''Secret Wisdom Teaching'' of the 'Ageless Wisdom' series this is not an isolated set of teachings.2 They are rather presentations, qualified by the specific Master Djwhal Khul and the specific disciple Alice Bailey, of a wisdom that is not confined by the aforementioned. This same wisdom we see for instance in the same timeframe presented in a different manner by the Master Morya through the disciple Helena Roerich (1879-1955), who calls it simply "Teaching".3
Now that such a wisdom is qualified by a disciple means that it is also qualified by the timeframe in which the disciple has incarnation. The wisdom is ageless but the presentation thereof is age specific. The presentations of several Masters through Helena Blavatsky (1831-1891), those of an unspecified Master and the World Teacher Maitreya through Benjamin Creme (1922-2016), and those of the Master Morya through Geert Crevits (1944-2012) are all attuned to their specific timeframe, as those of Bailey and Roerich. At the same time these presentations are however ageless in the sense that they present the ageless wisdom.
A disciple does however not only incarnate in a specific time frame, by which his presentation of the ageless wisdom will be qualified; he also incarnates at a specific place and within a specific culture. The above mentioned disciples have all incarnated in Western cultures, giving Western names to their presentations. Eastern cultures however too bring forth disciples presenting the ageless wisdom in a specific manner. These in fact have a much more potent tradition of wisdom presentation and this tradition is the formal root of the ageless wisdom presentations of the West in the present, new age.4 In Hinduism these ageless wisdom presentations are in their entirety called "Sanatana Dharma".5, 6, 7 Now 'sanatana' in Sanskrit means 'eternal'.8 'Dharma' is often translated as 'law' and 'religion',9 but refers in its full meaning rather to a proper mode of conduct.10, 11
Now the English word 'ageless' can be used as a synonym of 'eternal'. And a proper mode of conduct is a mark of wisdom. Thus we see how in the Western presentation of the ageless wisdom of Alice Bailey with 'Ageless Wisdom' a straight translation is used of 'Sanatana Dharma', being the name of reference of the Eastern presentation of the ageless wisdom of Hinduism.
Ageless wisdom is sanatana dharma.