07 History of the Triune Self.

The Triune Self is a unit which the Intelligence has raised from the state of aia to the state of Triune Self.

  • When it became a Triune Self it was under the direct influence of its Intelligence and in contact with the Light of the Intelligence.
  • It was conscious of itself in the Eternal in the light world in the Light of its Intelligence and in the sphere of its Intelligence.
  • There was no here, no there, no distance.
  • It was present throughout. There was no past, no future. Time did not exist.
  • For the Triune Self there was no beginning.
  • It was with and partook of the everlasting realities of unity, truth, eternity, immortality, justice, honesty and happiness.
  • The Triune Self knew them; it can never lose this knowledge; hence they are innate in the doers of human beings.
  • Thinking was unnecessary in the presence of the Intelligence.

The Triune Self was in bliss, in everlastingness.

  • It identified itself with the Intelligence.
  • It was as though it had always been with that glorious One.
  • The Triune Self was impressed with its future destiny to become that glorious One, and the future was present.
  • The plan of its development and freedom was unfolded within it as the present.
  • Details as to how and where all was to come did not exist.
  • The Triune Self was perfect in its knower and thinker parts, but the doer part was not qualified;
  • it had yet to establish its feeling-and-desire in balanced union;
  • it had to go through the trial of the sexes before mentioned; some doers passed it and others failed;
  • these became the re-existing doers in human bodies.

The Triune Self has three parts, three atmospheres and three breaths, the noetic, mental and psychic.

  • Each of these nine partakes somewhat of the nature of the others and may be affected by them.
  • Each of the three parts, the doer, the thinker, and the knower, is passive and active.
  • The psychic part is passive as feeling and active as desire;
    • the psychic breath is passive as ingoing and active as outgoing;
    • the psychic atmosphere is passive as receiving and active as impressing.
  • The part, the breath and the atmosphere are passive and active in their relation to each other.
  • The atmosphere is passive to the breath, the breath is active to the part and the part is active to the atmosphere.
  • However, these relations, though usual, are not permanent and are at times reversed.
  • Similar divisions and relations exist in the mental and in the noetic parts of the Triune Self.

These many aspects of the Triune Self are quite distinct, yet the Triune Self is one.

  • They act, react, and interact with each other as if they were distinct.
  • And from the standpoint of the doer they are distinct. So the development of the doer is carried on.

As heretofore stated, portions of each of these aspects have to do with the human being of the doer.

  • The portions concerned with the human are in his fourfold physical body.
  • They extend by nervous action through the whole body, but are located in certain organs.
  • The portion of the psychic part in the body is located as feeling in the kidneys and as desire in the adrenals.
  • The passive and active psychic breath and the passive and the active psychic atmosphere work through the psychic part in these organs.
  • A portion of the mental part as rightness contacts the heart and as reason contacts the lungs, and with it are portions of the mental breath and the mental atmosphere.
  • A portion of the noetic part as I-ness contacts the pituitary and as selfness contacts the pineal body.
  • At the death of the body the doer that was in the body, goes with the breath-form as the disembodied human through certain states and then returns to the portions of the doer which were not in the body.
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