This post discusses who Alice Bailey’s Tibetan may be giving photos and possible documentation about his true identity. The post goes on to argue pros and cons about who he may be and discusses the mystery of the name given to him as well. The post also gives shows how in the end knowing who he is doesn’t really matter. What is more important are the teachings and what they share about spiritual development.
This chapter summarizes various processes that need to be mastered as one moves up the Mental Plane in regards to the Alice Bailey model. Then it closes with brief comparisons to the more traditional Theosophical model as well as to the Integral model.
This post continues to share about what Alice Bailey calls the spiritual Aspirant. The post also goes into the Egoic Lotus petal association with the stage, the Technique of Integration — Alignment stage, and the comparisons of this stage of development to Integral Green.
This post reflects the shift from being what Alice Bailey calls an Integrated Personality with its selfish nature dominating into starting on the spiritual path as what she calls an Aspirant. The post outlines some of the main areas of focus regarding the spiritual path, which is still primarily approached in a selfish way.
This post ends the discussion of how Bailey’s Group Six Integrated Personalities enter a crisis. The post also explores the connection of this level to Integral’s Orange (which does not always fit), and ends with a look at the Seven Rays and how each Ray Type deals with this crisis at this stage.
This post starts the discussion of how Bailey’s Group Six Integrated Personalities begin to enter a crisis that leads them to either become more entrenched in the separative and selfish nature of the personality, or leads them to question if they should break free from the personality’s grip.