This chapter gives an overview of how Bailey views mental processes including three types of mind given for the Emotional Plane (instinctual mind, lower concrete mind, personality mind) and three types of mind given for the Mental Plane (lower concrete mind, son of mind, abstract mind). It also shows how the terms concrete mind and abstract mind are not what most people think they are.
This post summarizes the most surprising discoveries that became apparent to me when compiling the material for Book One: Becoming Human
This is the final post regarding the Physical Plane in Bailey’s model of consciousness and an overview of the subplanes. The post covers the 3rd, 2nd, and 1st subplanes. The post also takes a look at some of the correlations that can be made to the Integral model.
In this post I go into more detail regarding the 5th and 4th subplanes of the Physical Plane showing what elements they are associated with and how you can see them become active at birth and withdraw at death
Here we continue to introduce the main terms found in Bailey’s books focusing in this post on Chela Stages, Initiations, Techniques, and the Rules.
This chapter gives a brief orientation to the overall model presented by the writings of Ken Wilber and the Integral movement in order to help you follow the comparison between Bailey and Wilber to follow later in this book.
Continue reading “Chapter Three: Wilber Model Overview”
This chapter gives a brief orientation to the overall model presented by the writings of Alice Bailey and sets the stage for the more detailed writings to follow later in this book.
Continue reading “Chapter Two: Bailey Model Overview”
An introduction to why I became interested in Ken Wilber’s Integral model and why it has a lot to offer in regards to complementing the model of the evolution of human consciousness put forward by Alice Bailey.