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Subtle body : essence and shadow

By: Tansley, David V
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Art and imagination)London Thames and Hudson c1977Description: 96p.; ill. [part col.]; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0500810471Subject(s): Human body--Symbolic aspects | Mind and body | Subtle body | Chakras
Contents:
Man--essence and shadow. The body--temple of man. The threefold way of the spine. The heart--chamber of light. Blood--the mysterious essence. Glands--hierarchy of equilibrium. Descent of spirit into matter. The radiant body. Forms and fields. Chakras--gateways of consciousness. Healing and dynamic balance. Meditation--the inner ascent
Abstract: 'One of the most persistent beliefs held by man throughout the ages is that his physical form is but the reflection of a series of subtler bodies, and that in their totality these invisible, interpenetrating forms reflect the nature of God, the Cosmic Man crucified in space upon the cross of matter.'
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Man--essence and shadow. The body--temple of man. The threefold way of the spine. The heart--chamber of light. Blood--the mysterious essence. Glands--hierarchy of equilibrium. Descent of spirit into matter. The radiant body. Forms and fields. Chakras--gateways of consciousness. Healing and dynamic balance. Meditation--the inner ascent

'One of the most persistent beliefs held by man throughout the ages is that his physical form is but the reflection of a series of subtler bodies, and that in their totality these invisible, interpenetrating forms reflect the nature of God, the Cosmic Man crucified in space upon the cross of matter.'

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