RE: Theos-World RE: [bn-sd] Demiurgos - the aggregate of Dhyan Chohans
Mar 01, 2001 05:24 PM
'...the greatest enemy of spiritual memory being man's physical brain, the
organ of his sensuos nature' - HPB SD III p60
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Subject: RE: Theos-World RE: [bn-sd] Demiurgos - the aggregate of Dhyan
No, not physical (brain ?) memory. That may be only one of the
levels of memory and even then the physical brain stands only as
a transmitter of the "need to know" to the ASTRAL BRAIN in which
is the actual center of memory relating mainly TO THIS LIFE.
It is the Astral Brain where those memories are impacted in
apparently several layers, as experiments in hypnosis show that
other and deeper memories are latent and through that process can
be brought to the front -- and they are apparently more detailed
and accurate than our ordinary memories.
Theosophy teaches that there are "memories" associated with each
of the principles under the Synthesizer ATMA (Spirit).
In one place the ASTRAL/PHYSICAL brain memory is called the 7th
and lowest aspect of the AKASA (Buddhi) in which all the records
of all events in and outside of us are forever stored. In one
way it is the basis for KARMA (individual and collective) and in
another one might say that it is an inherent property of the
MONADS and they can each mirror the rest at will (including their
A very interesting view, I think. Nothing is ever totally
forgotten or hidden.
From: PORT [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2001 6:11 PM
Subject: RE: Theos-World RE: [bn-sd] Demiurgos - the aggregate of
> 1. Mind (MANAS) the power to think, to decide, to remember
>and to anticipate.
Q: By remember are you referring to physical memory?
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