Becoming Your True Self – DVD #10 – The Mental Body
Part 3 of Gita’s four-part sub series on the Constitution of Man. These classes give the foundation of The Ageless Wisdom, which is essential to having a complete understanding of the structure on which the esoteric wisdom is based.
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In lecture ten, Gita continues with Part 3 of her four-part sub series on the Constitution of Man. This sub series of lectures will give you the foundation of The Ageless Wisdom, which is essential to having a complete understanding of the structure on which the esoteric wisdom is based.
In this lecture, Gita discusses the mental body and the seven layers of the mind, the Chalice, the centers in the mind, how this knowledge will help you develop a healthy mind and expand into the deeper understanding of the esoteric teachings.
- Lecture #10 includes:
- Recap: Where is the Mental Body?
- Three sections of the Mind
- What is the Subconscious Mind?
- The Conscious Mind and Centers
- The Chalice
- Why this topic is important?
- Assignment for this month
- Meditation /Visualization: Building a Garden
Referenced in this Lecture:
The Science of Becoming Oneself by Torkom Saraydarian, Chapters 10 & 12.
The Subconscious Mind & The Chalice by Torkom Saraydarian
New Dimensions in Healing by Torkom Saraydarian, Chapter 11, “Coordination of Centers”
Note: This series of lectures is based on the book The Science of Becoming Oneself and is the main text used in all these lessons. It is highly recommended that you read the material being discussed and do the exercises as prescribed in the lectures.
The materials in these lectures and in the book are given for spiritual upliftment. They are not meant to take the place of medical or psychiatric or psychological treatment. Please see your medical doctor if you have the need for counseling or psychiatric care.
What others are saying:
“This most recent lecture was again very helpful in beginning to grasp little inklings of the Etheric body and it’s role. What is so beautiful are the condensed parts of introduction and summaries at the end. It helps to further make sense out of the material, which again, is very challenging, but very important. Also love the questions, What am I absorbing? What am I putting out?”