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Integral Mandala

Revised Version

(26 November 2005)

It occured to me that some of the occult levels and worlds described by both Sant Mat and Theon might also be mapped in this ontocline as the the "concentric" psychology, which therefore becomes not so much concentric levels of "inner and outer" as emanation or hypostasis levels from God and the transcendent soul to the physical-material body and world.

Integral Mandala

Note - the above diagram does not show the "lowermost"/"outermost" levels which represent "negative" consciousness. Instead, the outer ring constitutes the normal waking consciousness.


Although the various stages are showing matching each other in specific "rings", this is only for diagramatic purposes, and unlike Integral Mandala #1, this should not be considered as indicating any actual correspondences

A complementary and alternative diagram would involve a tree-like diagram, with the trunk as the Absolute, the various ontoclines and dimensions of consciousness as branches, and the various worldds and states of consciousness as nodes where the branches and twigs cross. Two very different representations can be found in Kabbalah and in Sant Mat


Revised Version

Current Integral Mandala


diagrams by M.Alan Kazlev, Creative Commons Attribution License 2005


(27 November 2005)






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