The innerorgan, comprising manas (mind), buddhi (intellect or determinative faculty), citta (pleasure-seeking faculty), and, ahamkara (ego).
An inner organ, an instrument with which we think, feel, remember and discriminate. It activates and functions properly with the unfoldment of the inner spiritual process. It is the link between the personal and the impersonal, the ego and the soul. Hence, it is the channel where the inner impulses, battles and transmutations take place, and becomes a conduit for the impulses of the soul to reach the psyche.
(also Antaskarana) Path or bridge between higher and lower mind, serving as a medium of communication between the two. Built through meditation/visualisation, service to humanity and study of occultism. Connects the threefold personality and the Spiritual Triad.The Antahkarana embodies the response of the consciousness within the form to the steadily expanding range of contacts within the environing whole. It is built by the aspirant themself in mental matter and is the first creation of the soul-infused personality acting as a unitary being.
The path or bridge in consciousness between the higher and lower mind, serving as a medium of communication between the two. It is built by the aspirant himself in mental matter.
The inner organ; the mind.
Internal instrument; foufold mind; mind, intellect, ego and subconscious mind.
internal instrument; fourfold mind; mind, intellect, ego and subconscious mind
An invisible channel of light forming the bridge between the physical brain and the soul, built through meditation and service.
Bridge to Higher Self.
Fourfold internal organs, viz., Manas, Chitta, Buddhi and Ahankara.
(Sanskrit) Mind vehicle: bridge between the higher and lower mind.
Internal instrument such as mind, intellect, ego and the subconscious mind.