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Esoteric Healing - Chapter I - The Psychological Causes of Disease
Effects Produced in Specific Areas

Let us now consider certain of the effects of the above facts, and their effect upon the areas governed by the centers and in which disease appears.

It will be apparent to you that as the energy pours through the centers, via the nadis and the nerves and potently affecting the glandular system and the blood stream, the areas of the body become vitally involved and responsive. This covers, of course, the head, the throat and the torso. The energy thus dispatched penetrates to every part of the physical vehicle, to every organism and to every cell and atom. It is the working of the quality of energy upon the body which induces, stimulates, removes or palliates disease. I am not here referring to the three major indigenous diseases (if I may call them that) - cancer, syphilis and tuberculosis. With these I will deal later because they are planetary in scope, present in the substance of which all forms are made, and are responsible for producing a host of lesser diseases which are sometimes recognized as affiliates but are frequently not so known.

Those diseases which are loosely called mental diseases, and which are related to the brain, are little understood as yet. There was very little mental trouble in the last root-race, the Atlantean; the mind nature was then quiescent and little stimulation was conveyed through mental [200] levels via the head center to the pineal gland and the brain. There was very little eye trouble either, and no nasal difficulties, for the ajna center was unawakened and the third eye rapidly becoming inactive. The ajna center is the organ of the integrated personality, the instrument of direction, and is closely related to the pituitary body and the two eyes, as well as to all the frontal areas of the head. In Atlantean days, personality integration was largely unknown, except in the case of disciples and initiates, and the goal of the initiate then, and the sign of his achievement, was this triple integration. Today, the goal is that of a still higher fusion - that of the soul and personality. Speaking in terms of energy, this involves the formation, activity and related interplay of the following triangles of force:

  • The soul, the spiritual man on his own plane.
  • The personality, the threefold integrated man in the three worlds.
  • The head center.
  • The head center, the point of the second fusion.
  • The ajna center, the point of the first fusion.
  • The center in the medulla oblongata, controlling the spine.
  • The pineal gland, the externalization of the head center.
  • The pituitary body, related to the ajna center.
  • The carotid gland, the externalization of the third head center.

All these triplicities, present within the circumference of the head, constitute the mechanism through which:

  1. The soul controls its instrument, the personality.
  2. The personality directs the activities of the physical body. [201]

The spinal column (esoterically, the ida, pingala and sushumna channels), the two eyes and the total brain tissue are receptive to, stimulated by, or non-receptive to these energies in the head. In the latter case, the entire area is in a quiescent state, spiritually speaking, and. the focus of energy is elsewhere.

This deficiency or this stimulation, if unbalanced or if misapplied, will produce some definite type of trouble, frequently of a physiological nature as well as psychological, and in our Aryan times we shall see an increasing amount of diseases of the brain (a constantly increasing mental imbalance), and of eye difficulties, until the nature of the centers and the type of incoming force and their regulation are recognized and carefully and scientifically studied. Then we shall see the science of the regulation of energy, as it conditions the human being, developed. In the meantime, there is much difficulty everywhere, and mental diseases, neurotic conditions, insanities and, perhaps even more prevalent, glandular imbalance, are on an expanding arc. To date, in the West, little is known as to the methods of control or cure, and in the East, where some knowledge can be found, nothing is done, owing to the apathy there present.

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