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Reappearance, 134:illumination, then the attractive power of the soul, whose nature is love and understanding, canReappearance, 143:(with equal dismay) the famine of the soul. Reappearance, 145:God appeared as the tribal Jehovah, as the soul (the rather unpleasant soul) of a nation. Next, GodReappearance, 145:Jehovah, as the soul (the rather unpleasant soul) of a nation. Next, God was seen as a perfectedReappearance, 147:the Law of Karma. The immortality of the human soul, and the innate ability of the spiritual, innerReappearance, 159:heaven can arrest the progress of the human soul on its long pilgrimage from darkness to light,Reappearance, 182:in the past have been founded by a great soul, by an Avatar, and by an outstanding spiritualReappearance, 189:pain bring due reward of light and love. Let the soul control the outer form, And life, and allSoul The Soul and its Mechanism - Foreword Foreword "It is easy to show that in the interaction betweenSoulto show that in the interaction between body and soul there lies no greater riddle than in anySoul, 13: The Soul and its Mechanism - Introduction Chapter I The Problem of Psychology - Introduction ThreeSoul, 18: The Soul and its Mechanism - Introduction One of the most hopeful signs of the time is the growingSoul, 19:the mentality, and even for what it calls the soul, in terms of the body. Durant points out thisSoul, 19:in the following words: "As for the Self or Soul, it is merely the sum total of the hereditarySoul, 19:countless processes we call Life. Life, body and soul emerge from the activities of the magic oozeSoul, 20: The Soul and its Mechanism - Introduction Thus Western psychology emphasizes the physical and seenSoul, 21: The Soul and its Mechanism - Introduction Dr. Rubin says, "the physical appearance of theSoul, 21:or what might be called the chemistry of his soul, are demonstrated [22] in a great measure by theSoul, 23:is the 'logos' or word of the psyche or soul. The West, however, has its dissenting voices. ThereSoul, 25: The Soul and its Mechanism - Introduction A broad and general division is outlined for us by Dr.Soul, 27:It is spiritual and transcendental. It assumes a soul and a spirit and all its deductions andSoul, 28:in touch with the subjective Self, with the Over Soul. These claims, they state, can beSoul, 28:and its tendency is towards the denial of the soul and of a motivating intelligent power. For it,Soul, 28:be demonstrated - and is the conscious divine Soul, can it not be aware of the physical plane asSoul, 29:wisdom of the East about the nature of the Soul be brought together intelligently so that a perfectSoul, 29:so that a perfect expression of the Soul may be produced through the medium of the mechanism?Soul, 29:Cannot matter reach upwards towards mind and Soul and Spirit - call it what you will - and cannotSoul, 30: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior Chapter II The Glands and Human BehaviorSoul, 32:given, of the logos or law, of the psyche or soul. A recent and clear definition is given by Dr.Soul, 32: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior Psychology, therefore, is the science ofSoul, 38:But there is a genuine sense in which the soul has its chemistry, and 'a deficiency of iodine willSoul, 38: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior The consideration, therefore, of theSoul, 41: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior We shall now consider the seven glandsSoul, 42:by ancient philosophers to be the seat of the soul, and Descartes is frequently quoted as [43]Soul, 43:is frequently quoted as [43] saying, "In man, soul and body touch each other only at a singleSoul, 43:belief that the pineal gland is the seat of the soul and in the fact apparently established thatSoul, 43:"Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting; The soul that rises with us, our life's star, Hath hadSoul, 44:connection between the pineal gland and the soul. Soul, 44: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior 2. Pituitary - location head - secretion ofSoul, 46: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior 3. Thyroid - location, throat - secretion,Soul, 47: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior 4. Thymus - location, upper chest -Soul, 47: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior 5. Pancreas - location, solar plexus regionSoul, 47: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior 6. Adrenals - location behind the kidneys -Soul, 50: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior 7. Gonads - location, lower abdomen -Soul, 52:which lies beyond? Is there not in each of us a soul which functions through the whole physical andSoul, 52:is not only a finer self in us - call it spirit, soul, or what you will, - but does it not, itselfSoul, 54: The Soul and its Mechanism - The Theory of the Etheric Body Chapter III The Theory of the EthericSoul, 55:of this psychical activity, or the seat of the soul nature, is situated in the head. The governingSoul, 57:interaction which we call consciousness or soul. The entire manifested world arises from energySoul, 58: The Soul and its Mechanism - The Theory of the Etheric Body In taking on density, energy takes on,Soul, 58:recognition of a fourth and higher factor, the Soul, the Self, and will next awaken to thatSoul, 60: The Soul and its Mechanism - The Theory of the Etheric Body As Newton is not of this century orSoul, 66:- Lodge, Sir Oliver, Ether, Matter and the Soul, Hibbert Journal, January, 1919. Soul, 66: The Soul and its Mechanism - The Theory of the Etheric Body Dr. Sajous, Professor of EndocrinologySoul, 69: The Soul and its Mechanism - The Theory of the Etheric Body In summarizing our ideas we mightSoul, 69:This life principle is the force aspect of the soul, and through the medium of the etheric body theSoul, 69:and through the medium of the etheric body the soul animates the form, gives it its peculiarSoul, 69:of the mind. Through the medium of the brain the soul galvanizes the body into conscious activitySoul, 70:to his ability, we mean his vital soul; and when we say that this Being decides, we mean that allSoul, 70:fact that man as a being possessing a mind and a soul represents a Sense connection within whichSoul, 71:181. The possibility of man functioning as a soul, as a synthesis of mechanism, life and purpose,Soul, 71:One is a consideration as to the nature of the soul, and the other is an attempt to consider theSoul, 71:the centuries as to the probable location of the soul consciousness. [72] Soul, 72: The Soul and its Mechanism - The Nature of the Soul and its Location Chapter IV The Nature of theSoul, 72: The Soul and its Mechanism - The Nature of the Soul and its Location Chapter IV The Nature of theSoul, 72:and its Location Chapter IV The Nature of the Soul and its Location Throughout the ages the soulSoul, 72:Soul and its Location Throughout the ages the soul has been the subject of discussion, of argument,Soul, 72:From this alone, we may perhaps deduce that the soul is possibly a fact in nature, for theSoul, 72:"To write the history of man's belief in the soul one would have at the same time to write theSoul, 72:- Müller-Freienfels, Richard, Mysteries of the Soul, p. 24. 72 The problem has been well summarizedSoul, 72:Ames: "On the one side was this self or soul, with its thinking; on the other, all the world ofSoul, 73:Religion, pp. 127-128. Some definitions of the soul might here have place. They have been gatheredSoul, 73:in definition and exegesis. Webster defines the soul in most interesting terms, and from theSoul, 74:interpretations as to the nature of the soul, three points of view emerge and these have been wellSoul, 74:for us in Webster's Dictionary: "First, the soul has been treated as an entity or subject,Soul, 74:but that which thinks and wills. "Second, the soul is identified with the mind or with consciousSoul, 74:the general conception of idealists. "Third, the soul is treated as a function or the sum of theSoul, 74:conceptions, such as that of Fechner, that the soul is the whole unitary, spiritual process inSoul, 74:these extreme positions. The Egyptians held the soul was a divine ray, [75] acting through aSoul, 75:vital principle. The Hindus teach that the human soul is a portion of an immutable Principle, theSoul, 75:soul is a portion of an immutable Principle, the Soul of the World, the Anima Mundi, the allSoul, 75:In China, Lao-tse taught that the spiritual soul is united to the semi-material vital soul, andSoul, 75:soul is united to the semi-material vital soul, and between them they animate the physical body.Soul, 75:body. The Greeks, in their turn, held that the soul (with all the mental faculties) was separableSoul, 75:from the body, whilst the Romans regarded the soul as a triplicity, - a spiritual soul, anSoul, 75:regarded the soul as a triplicity, - a spiritual soul, an intellectual soul or the mind, and aSoul, 75:triplicity, - a spiritual soul, an intellectual soul or the mind, and a vital body. Many, such asSoul, 75:that trichotomy of human personality into body, soul and spirit, which has figured prominently inSoul, 75:of theologians. The conception of the soul or psyche... became differentiated into twoSoul, 75:and on the other hand the spirit or immaterial soul of man." [76] - Hollander, Bernard, M.D., InSoul, 76:- Hollander, Bernard, M.D., In Search of the Soul, Vol. I, pp. 53-54. Soul, 76: The Soul and its Mechanism - The Nature of the Soul and its Location The Stoics thereforeSoul, 76: The Soul and its Mechanism - The Nature of the Soul and its Location The Stoics thereforeSoul, 76:hemispheres. Plato expounded the doctrine of the soul in the following manner: "He believed theSoul, 76:soul in the following manner: "He believed the soul to have three parts. One, an immortal orSoul, 76:part is exclusively human. This rational soul he regarded as immaterial and metaphysical in nature,Soul, 76:thus drew a fundamental distinction between soul and body." - Hollander, Bernard, M.D., In SearchSoul, 76:- Hollander, Bernard, M.D., In Search of the Soul, Vol. I, pp. 35. Aristotle regarded the soul asSoul, 76:the Soul, Vol. I, pp. 35. Aristotle regarded the soul as the sum of the vital principles and asSoul, 76:being to the body what vision is to the eye. The soul was to him the true Being in the body, and
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