H.P. Blavatsky on Kamaloka
Apr 03, 2007 10:46 AM
According to the Eastern teaching, the state of the deceased in Kama-
loka is not what we, living men, would recognise as "conscious." . . .
the process of stripping off the lower . . . principles is an
unconscious one in all normal human beings. It is only in very
exceptional cases that there is a slight return to consciousness in
Kama-loka; and this is the case of very materialistic unspiritual
personalities. . . .
There can be no conscious meeting in Kamaloka hence no grief. . . . in
Kamaloka there is as a rule (apart from vicarious life and
consciousness awakened through contact with medium) no recognition of
friends or relatives. . . . We meet those we loved only in
Devachan. . . .
H.P. Blavatsky, Collected Writings, volume IX, pp. 163-164.
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