Of physicality; reflected, incomplete; covert. Compare Personal. Physicality Reflected emotionality; qualities of instinct and nescience shaping a body for the soul; specific subset of character traits and associations based on such qualities: Dense Physicality ( Taurus): Sensation, Geniality, Tact, Cuteness, Lust, Diligence, Reliability, Lethargy, Luxury, Bigotry, Stubbornness, Rebellion, Infidelity, Lewdness, Viciousness, Gossip, Anger, Rage, Aggression, Violence, Destruction, Indifference, etc. Critical Physicality ( Virgo): Concentration, Duty, Honesty, Decency, Service, Soundness, Logic, Glibness, Parroting, Fragmentation, Assimilation, Conformity, Prejudice, Scepticism, Anxiety, Doubt, Frigidity, Coldness, Sickness, Jaundice, Hostility, Cruelty, etc. Ultimate Physicality ( Capricorn): Education, Caution, Daring, Discipline, Ambition, Imagination, Literature, Focus, Silence, Depth, Eccentricity, Tolerance, Endurance, Envy, Shrewdness, Success, Nobility, Innovation, Recognition, Standing, Abuse, Dejection, etc. Physicality is a realization of Ego. Physicality complements Personality. Physicality disagrees with Vitality.
having to do with the body's external functions
involving the body as distinguished from the mind or spirit; "physical exercise"; "physical suffering"; "was sloppy about everything but her physical appearance"
having to do with the body or physical illness
Relating to the body, as distinguished from the mind.
Concerning the body.
The Physical faculty or part of the being, in Sri Aurobindo's philosophy, refers not just to the physical body, but the body's consciousness as well. The body is just as conscious as the vital and mental parts of the being, only it is a different type of consciousness. One does not find the distinction of non-conscious body and conscious mind that characterises Western thought.