The Inward Revolution ~ 05
|date & time||26 Jul 1970 pm|
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- Description of this chapter in The Inward Revolution (1973) #5: "Text of an interview with Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh by Dr. C. Guinbert of Paris, France, on July 26, 1970 in Bombay, India." Chapter title: "Mysteries of Dream in the Seven Bodies - 2"
In The Psychology of the Esoteric (1978) #7 ** : the chapter title is: "Transcending the Seven Bodies".
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- Question 1
- We have seven bodies then — an etheric body, a mental body, etc. In Western psychology, sometimes it is difficult to adjust the Indian language with our language. What you have given us is for me a new theory. But I have experience of it and no theory. Now I can understand perfectly, for the first time, many things for which we have no theory in the West. Jung is better than Trend, but I agree with you that Jung created confusion with the collective unconscious, and for me his theory is not the same. How can we translate these different bodies in our language? The spiritual is no problem, but etheric? Astral? Mental? We cannot say this. What can be done?
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