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  • Perhaps we shall find that the disincarnation of the Word of God is the real cause of all our misfortune.

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  • After disincarnation, it generally becomes highly conscious in its astral body, where it passes its purgatorial life; and this latter endures until the soul leaves the astral body.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

  • (Purgatory), is capable, in certain cases, of detaining this soul on earth, after its disincarnation, and thus delaying, for a longer or shorter period, the disintegration of the elements of the passional body.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

  • The process of disintegration [97] which, after disincarnation, destroys the physical, astral, and mental bodies of the man leaves the Soul -- or, to be more exact, the causal body, for the soul is not the causal body any more than it is any of the other human vehicles -- intact.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

  • "Easter eggs" which are offered in spring, at the rebirth of Nature, commemorate this ancient symbol of eternal Life in its successive phases of disincarnation and rebirth.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

  • Because physical observation reveals only the bark, the outer crust of the Cosmos, man sees nothing but the surface of the world, and remains in ignorance of the heart and vital plexus that give it life; consequently, he calls the disintegration following upon disincarnation by the senseless name of "death."

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

  • When, after disincarnation, the purgatorial life begins, the Ego endeavours to throw off the k├ómic (astral) body, to pass into the higher world -- the mental plane -- which is its home, there to enjoy the delights of heaven.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

  • But if the communicator were really what he says he is, we should expect this, for three reasons -- the violent shock of disincarnation must trouble the mind; the arrival in an entirely new environment, where he must at first be unable to distinguish much, should trouble him still more; and lastly, these first attempts at communication may be impeded by his want of skill in using the strange organism; he would require a sort of apprenticeship.

    Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research

  • This will be understood only by those who have studied theosophy.] [Footnote 110: In this passage, H.P. Blavatsky alludes to the few etheric, astral, and mental atoms which, at each disincarnation, are incorporated in the causal body and form the nuclei of the future bodies corresponding to them.] [Footnote 111: _History.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

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