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Re: People in astral plane (AnandGholap.Net-Online Theosophy)

Feb 27, 2006 01:23 AM
by Anand Gholap

Hello Perry,
I am fine, thank you. I was busy in some important works for last 
two months. Keep on reading some good books on Theosophy. 
Anand Gholap

--- In, "plcoles1" <plcoles1@...> wrote:
> Hello Anand, Welcome back to theos talk, I was wondering what had 
happened to you , as I 
> hadn't seen you post on here for a while.
> Regards
> Perry
> --- In, "Anand Gholap" <AnandGholap@> 
> >
> > 
> > [ - Online Books on Theosophy ]
> > 
> >  "Man's various forces and qualities, manifesting in his bodies 
as vibrations, send out for 
> each vehicle what may be called a keynote. Take his astral body as 
an example. From the 
> number of different vibrations which are habitual to that astral 
body there emerges a sort 
> of average tone, which we may call the keynote of this man on the 
astral plane. It is 
> obviously conceivable that there may be a considerable number of 
ordinary men whose 
> astral keynote is practically the same, so that this alone would 
not suffice to distinguish 
> them with certainty. But there is a similar average tone for each 
man's mental body, for his 
> causal body, and even for the etheric part of his physical body; 
and there have never yet 
> been found two persons whose keynotes were identical at all these 
levels, so as to make 
> exactly the same chord when struck simultaneously. Therefore the 
chord of each man is 
> unique, and furnishes a means by which he can always be 
distinguished from the rest of 
> the world. Among millions of primitive savages there may possibly 
be cases where 
> development is as yet so slight that the chords are scarcely clear 
enough for the 
> differences between them to be observed, but with any of the 
higher races there is never 
> the least difficulty, nor is there any risk of confusion. 
> > 
> >                   
3.                                                Whether the man be 
sleeping or waking, 
> living or dead, his chord remains the same, and he can always be 
found by it. How can this 
> be so, it may be asked, when he is resting in the heaven-world, 
and has therefore no 
> astral or etheric body to emit the characteristic sound? So long 
as the causal body itself 
> remains, it has always attached to it its permanent atoms, one 
belonging to each of the 
> planes, and therefore, wherever he goes, the man in his causal 
body carries his chord with 
> him, for the single atom is quite sufficient to give out the 
distinctive sound. "
> > 
> > Complete book can be read at
> >
> >

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