Mente carnal

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Ego humano, voluntad humana e intelecto humano; percepción de uno mismo sin el Cristo; la naturaleza animal del hombre, llamada hombre mecanizado y concepto mecanizado por el Maestro R.; se le llama morador en el umbral en la tradición esotérica. Para el apóstol Pablo, "la intención de la carne [mente carnal] es enemistad contra Dios; porque no se sujeta a la ley de Dios, ni tampoco puede".[1]

The mental body was designed to be the chalice of the Mind of God through Christ. When the vanities of worldly wisdom fill the mental body, the carnal mind displaces the Christ image. Until quickened, it remains the vehicle for the carnal mind and is referred to as the ‘lower’ mental body—the lower, limited, self-limiting mortal mind—in contrast to the ‘higher’ mind, or the Mind of Christ.

When the full flowering of the Christ consciousness takes place, the lower mental body may become the crystal chalice for its life-giving radiance. Until the soul makes contact with the Mind of Christ (“Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus,”[2]), it does not have wings of light to fly to the Heart and Mind of God, nor the capacity to pursue the path of discipleship under the Cosmic Christ and the Buddha who is the Lord of the World.

Véase también

Ego humano

Morador en el umbral

Hombre mecanizado

Para más información

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Enemy Within

For Djwal Kul’s teaching on “The Challenge of the Carnal Mind,” see Kuthumi and Djwal Kul, The Human Aura: How to Activate and Energize Your Aura and Chakras.


Mark L. Prophet y Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Saint Germain Sobre Alquimia: Fórmulas para la autotransformation.

Buda Gautama, Perlas de Sabiduría, vol. 26, núm. 18, 1 de mayo de 1983.

  1. Romanos 8:7
  2. Phil. 2:5.