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Alice Bailey on the Occultist Definition of Life

Life, that amorphous term, is examined in context with Spirit, Soul and Matter…

Alice Bailey's Letters on Occult Meditation Image“Life we look upon as the one form of existence, manifesting in what is called matter, or what, incorrectly separating them, we name Spirit, Soul, and Matter in man. Matter is the vehicle for the manifestation of Soul on this plane of existence; soul is the vehicle for the manifestation of spirit, and these three as a trinity are synthesized by Life, which pervades them all.”

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(Bailey, Alice. Letters on Occult Meditation: Received and Edited by Alice Bailey, 1922. Lucis Trust, 1950. p. 357)

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  1. leebaker66 says:

    That is a great quote! It rings with me.

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