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Higher evolution consists in the development of mind from simple consciousness to self-consciousness, Transcendental consciousness, and Absolute consciousness. This is a useful, concise summary of points made in the previous series.
Talk given in 1970.
This talk is part of the series Aspects of the Higher Evolution of the Individual.
|1.||Lower and Higher Evolution - two ways of looking at Man; contexts for the Higher Evolution (15:47)|
|2.||What is Man? (6:23)|
|3.||What is consciousness? Four levels of consciousness: i. simple ii. self iii. transcendental iv. Absolute (13:14)|
|4.||Collective versus individual evolution (8:56)|
|5.||A choice and a struggle; being in the minority (8:49)|
|6.||Developing different levels simultaneously; the development of consciousness as primary motivation; conclusion - hard work (8:48)|
Total running time: 1:01:57