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Astral Body, The

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In print since 1927, this study of our subtle body is based on the works of Theosophical authors and noted clairvoyants, including H. P. Blavatsky, C. W. Leadbeater, and Annie Besant.

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Publisher's Synopsis

The purpose of this book is to present to the student of Theosophy a condensed synthesis of the information at present available concerning the astral body of man, together with a description and explanation of the astral world and its phenomena.

Contents:

Composition & structure; Colors; Chakras; Kundalini; Thought forms; Physical & sleep life; Dreams; Continuity of Consciousness; After-death life; Astral plane; Fourth dimension; Astral entities; Spiritualism; Astral death; Rebirth; Development of astral powers; Invisible helpers.

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"Astral matter, being much finer than physical matter, interpenetrates it. Every physical atom, therefore, floats in a sea of astral matter, which surrounds it and fills every interstice in physical matter. It is of course, well known that even in the hardest substance no two atoms ever touch one another, the space between two adjacent atoms being in fact enormously larger than the atoms themselves.

Orthodox physical science long ago has posited an ether which interpenetrates all known substances, the densest solid as well as the most rarefied gas; and just as this ether moves with perfect freedom between the particles of densest matter, so does astral matter interpenetrate it in turn, and moves with perfect freedom among its particles. Thus a being living in the astral world might be occupying the same space as a being living in the physical world ; yet each would be entirely unconscious of the other, and would in no way impede the free movement of the other."

Author Powell, A. E.
Book Type Trade Paperback
Page Count 265 pp.
Publisher Quest Books 1992
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