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The Devachanic Plane: Its Characteristics and Inhabitants (Classic Reprint)
     

The Devachanic Plane: Its Characteristics and Inhabitants (Classic Reprint)

by C. W. Leadbeater
 

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Precisely the same is true of the astral and mental planes. The astral plane of our own earth interpenetrates it and its atmosphere, but also extends for some distance beyond the atmosphere. It may be remembered that this plane was called by the Greeks the sublunar world. The mental plane in

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Excerpt from The Devachanic Plane: Its Characteristics and Inhabitants

Precisely the same is true of the astral and mental planes. The astral plane of our own earth interpenetrates it and its atmosphere, but also extends for some distance beyond the atmosphere. It may be remembered that this plane was called by the Greeks the sublunar world. The mental plane in its turn interpenetrates the astral, but also extends further into space than does the latter.

Only the atomic matter of each of these planes, and even that only m an entirely free condition, is co-extensive with the interplanetary ether, and consequently a person can no more pass from planet to lanet even of our own chain in his astral body or his mind) -body, than he can in his physi cal body. In the causal body, when very highly developed, this achievement 15 possible, though even then by no means with the ease and rapidity with which it can be done upon the buddhic plane by those who have succeeded in raising their consciousness to that level.

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ISBN-13:
9781331023821
Publisher:
FB&C Ltd
Publication date:
06/09/2017
Pages:
114
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.24(d)

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