Re: Alan on reincarnation & karma
Aug 03, 1996 05:27 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <199608032338.BAA11255@mail.euronet.nl>, Martin_Euser
<firstname.lastname@example.org> writes (Quoting Alan)
>In my own analagous (kabbalist) way
>of looking at it I would suspect that higher manas would overlap with
>lower buddhi (if that makes any kind of doctrinal sense) :-)
> That makes perfect sense in the G de P model. In his model the planes
>of nature overlap or resonate, forming subplanes and even sub-sub-planes.
>Higher manas is evolved or given expression to along with lower buddhi.
> I'm getting interested in your kabbalist way of looking:). Seriously, I do
>know a little bit of Kabbalah but could use more info on it.
Have to save up for my book then :-)
>>A>Not to put too fine a point on it, I think they are glamourising their
>>findings. One question here is what do you understand by "astral body?"
>> The kama-manas entity.
>Oh dear! I am primarily a Kabbalist - what is a kama-manas entity?
> Alan, I was talking about some spiritualist's descriptions of the
>after-life. It looks like many of them say that the human soul, stripped of
>its physical body and etheric vehicle (model-body) survives after death
>and reincarnates again. Some of the descriptions I've read from them remind
>me of the human personality (desire, thinking) stripped from its physical
>attributes, hence my designating their 'astral', or, surviving soul, as
I see. No I do not think this reincarnates.
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