This post continues looking at what Bailey calls the “Problems of Guidance” that especially Probationer Disciples struggle with. This second post looks at these problems as they are connected to being guided by people no longer alive through the technique of channeling. Then, the post introduces lower psychic powers as compared to higher psychic powers and how the Probationer Disciple who is attracted to these lower powers can get into difficulty.
This post takes a more in depth look at what Bailey calls the “Problems of Guidance” that are found primarily on the Probationary Path, which I have also associated with the 6th Subplane of the Mental Plane. This first post on the topic looks at the “problems of guidance” in general, and then focuses mainly on the problems that come in regards to living people.
This post further examines Bailey’s Probationary Path as it applies to the 6th Subplane of the Mental Plane. The post goes into the problems the Probationer experiences when the emphasis is too concerned with mystical state experiences of a lower nature. The four problems of devitalization, delusion, delirium and detachment (in the worst sense of the word) that Bailey mentions are especially talked about.
This chapter continues to look at the spiritual tasks that are part of Bailey’s Probationary Path as it applies to the 6th Subplane of the Mental Plane. The post explores the initial relationship the Probationer has with devotion and idealism and some of the pros and cons in regards to both.