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The Spiritual Science of Everyday Life – Unit 10 – Growing Up - Part Three - ♣ Evolution and metamorphosis – in our life in the life of humanity ♣ Preparing to explore from within
The whirling interplay of our four body streams mouldsour individual being but we are ordinarily only conscious of what we see in the mirror, feel in our heart and recall in memory. enduring “I” The capacity for judging enters our soul as a force with our “I”. As it meets with our formative stream, which carries our memory, our self-image of who we are is formed. intuition soul judging memorypast Formative body stream Inspirational body stream future deep yearning senses physical body
Our enduring “I” made From our late teens/earlyits presence felt when „me 20‟s, the stream of ourbecame I‟. Memories enduring “I” works andwove into our personality, weaves within thesecoloured by our qualities, permeating ourtemperament and given entire being, and graduallycontrast by qualities of transforms our life of soul.soul emerging with ourInspirational stream Bio-psychology describesduring adolescence. phases of adulthood as: … a dream like … a need to notion of who achieve intimacy we are and we without losing periodically identity… restructure that notion… … a constant search for autonomy and musing whether freedom is an illusion...
Play - ♣ The Ageing Game (1 & 2)Object of the Game: To observe biosocio-psychological age phases and their relation to phases of consciousness
12-18: finding/ trying to be 21-27: 1st adulthood - myself, finding finding a structure, loyalties testing job choice, 18-22: transition from partner, friends. Do I imagining adulthood to have a „home‟ or remain being an adult. Modify „lost‟? relationships. Do I have an identity or am I lost?40-45: transition – lifeis changing. Absorbedin care of others or selfabsorbed. “Time‟srunning out.” 27-33: transition – “Now I‟m on my own.” Choice of partner, job, values 33-40: 2nd adulthood – organising for affirmed or work, family, whatever – a secure discarded. Can be a „place‟, to develop or be stuck. time of disruption.
45-54: 3rd adulthood - 54-57: transition – “Sooffspring leave, ageing this is who I am.” Someparents. Resolving relationships go, otherschoices. “I‟m my own nurtured. Life routine –authority.” or planning for tomorrow. 56-70: 4th adulthood – renewed growth or failure to adapt. Time for partner, grandchildren. 70-80: 5th adulthood – inner activity strong or80-90+: temporal matters weakened by lack offorgotten or transcended. interest. Loss of friends Activity dependent on and family. others reciprocation.
Our Inspirational Body brings an Our soul ripens in its awareness of what we sense. sentience of what we feel – Imagine something of this quality an impulse to give filling our „dream‟ consciousness expression (Mars) to our in long ages past… feelings (Venus). Mood – we are as Our Inspirational Body begins to one. The unconscious illuminate our impulse of equality Sentient Soul. beats in the heart of humanity. We feel an impulse to find organisationMore conscious of (Mercury) to our thinking (Jupiter).the reflection The transformation of our(Moon) of our Formative stream ripens oureveryday self… Intellectual-Mindour “I” Soul.awakens… Mood – we are one of many. Harmonious inter-dependence with others feels the impulse of fraternity.
To be free of the sympathies and To recognise antipathies of our Sentient Soul spiritual is to germinate our Spiritual Self. light in thinking……our Spiritual Soul and our willing toremember (Saturn) Mood – to be as one. The unimpeded flow of our …is to glimpse our enduring “I” lives with the future Life Spirit impulse of freedom. Releasing the energy of willing for Saturnian remembrance, we may rumble the future quality of Spiritman.
Mood – we are asone. The unconsciousimpulse of equalitybeats in the heart ofhumanity. Mood – we are one of many. Harmonious inter-dependence with others feels the impulse of fraternity.
Mood – to be as one.The unimpeded flow of ourenduring “I” lives with theimpulse of freedom.
How we learn and remember– the bio-psychology path Psycho- motor Domain Cognitive Affective Domain Domain
“…it‟s a plum tree, it looks like apple blossom but it‟s white, and looking at it, instead of saying “Oh that‟s niceblossom”…I see it is the whitest, frothiest, blossomest blossom that there ever could be, and I see it.”Dennis Potter (playwright), 1994, shortly before his death. willing feeling thinking How we learn and remember – the spiritual science path