This post begins to describe the characteristics of Bailey’s Group Four, which is dominated by what she calls Atlantean consciousness, Topics discussed include: Struggle to Lead More Stable Lives, Bonded and Connected, Conformity to Norms, and Following Leaders
This post continues to describe the characteristics of Bailey’s Group Three, which I have placed on the 6th subplane of the Emotional Plane and given the color of Red. The post also goes on to describe how Group Three/Red fits in with Bailey’s Egoic Lotus petals and does a comparison to the Integral model.
This post starts to describe the characteristics of Bailey’s Group Three, which I have placed on the 6th subplane of the Emotional Plane and given the color of Red. Group Three in Bailey’s model and is transitioning from “Lemurian to Atlantean consciousness, where the focus is increasingly on becoming tribal for the sake of exploiting resources to get initial desires met.
This chapter reviews some of the characteristics of Bailey’s Group Two and the development of what Bailey calls instinctual mind and hyper-sexuality.
This post completes the review of the Emotional Plane by taking a more in-depth look at kama-manas. The post also provides comparisons with Piaget’s system of Cognitive Development, Integral, and Theosophical models.
This chapter gives an overview of the Emotional Plane, which most of humanity is said to be on, demonstrating how it is connected to the emotions and desire.
This post describes Group One of Bailey’s Ten Groups. Bailey suggests this group has remnants of Lemurian consciousness. This group is also similar to Integral’s Infrared stage.
At last we begin the process of going up the subplanes of each plane in the Bailey model. This chapter begins to explain the Physical Plane overall and then gives more details regarding the 7th and 6th subplanes of the Physical Plane.
Here we begin to introduce the main terms found in Bailey’s books focusing in this post on Colors, the Ten Groups, Evolutionary Names, and the Egoic Lotus Petals.