The Seven Principles of Man
Health Research Books, 1998 - 88 pages
1892 Man, according to the Theosophical teaching, is a sevenfold being. Man's nature has seven aspects, may be studied from seven different points of view, is composed of Seven Principles. Covers: Principle: I - Sthula Sharira, Physical Body; II -.
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