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SYNOPSIS OF A TREATISE ON THE SEVEN RAY

SYNOPSIS OF A TREATISE ON THE SEVEN RAYS

VOLUME I

SECTION ONE

I. Introductory Remarks

II.          Certain Questions and Answers

III.        Ten Basic Propositions

SECTION TWO

I. The Seven Creative Builders the Seven Rays

II.          The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature

III.        The Rays and Man

IV.       Some Tabulations on the Rays

VOLUME II

I. The Egoic Ray

II.          The Ray of the Personality

III.        Humanity Today

VOLUME III

    I. The Zodiac and the Rays

   II. The Nature of Esoteric Astrology
  III. The Science of Triangles
  IV. The Sacred and Non-Sacred Planets
 V. The Three Major Constellations
 VI. The Three Crosses

 VII. The Rays, Constellations and Planets

VOLUME IV

    I. The Basic Causes of Disease
   II. The Basic Requirements for Healing
  III. The Fundamental Laws of Healing

VOLUME V

    I. Stanzas for Disciples
   II. The Fourteen Rules for Disciples and Initiates
  III. The Rays and the Initiations


 

“Matter is the Vehicle for the manifestation
of Soul on this plane of existence, and Soul is the
Vehicle on a higher plane for the manifestation of
Spirit, and these three are a Trinity synthesized
by Life, which pervades them all.”

“The Secret Doctrine” Vol. I. Page 80.

Third Edition

THREE SOULS, ONE MAN

Three souls which make up one soul: first, to wit,

A soul of each and all the bodily parts,

Seated therein, which works, and is what Does,

And has the use of earth, and ends the man

Downward: but, tending upward for advice,

Grows into, and again is grown into

By the next soul, which, seated in the brain,

Useth the first with its collected use,

And feeleth, thinketh, willeth,– is what Knows:

Which, duly tending upward in its turn,

Grows into, and again is grown« into

By the last soul, that uses both the first,

Subsisting whether they assist or no,

And, constituting man’s self, is what Is –

And leans upon the former, makes it play,

As that played off the first: and, tending up,

Holds, is upheld by, God, and ends the man

Upward in that dread point of intercourse,

Nor needs a place, for it returns to Him.

What Does, what Knows, what Is; three souls, one man.

From “Death in the Desert”

by Robert Browning.