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'Neshamah, soul (Buddhi), comprises three degrees, and therefore she has three names, like the mystery above: that is, Nephesh, Rua'h, Neshamah,' or the Lower Manas, the Higher Ego, and Buddhi, the Divine Soul. 'It is also to be noted that the Neshamah has three divisions'; says Myer's Qabbalah, 'the highest is the Ye-hee-dah' -- or Atma-Buddhi-Manas, the latter once more as a unit; 'the middle principle is Hay-yah' -- or Buddhi and the dual Manas; 'and the last and third, the Neshamah, properly speaking' -- or Soul in general. 'They manifest themselves in Ma'hshabah, thought, Tzelem, phantom of the image, Zurath, prototypes (mayavic forms, or rupas), and the D'yooknah, shadow of the phantom image. The D'mooth, likeness or similitude (physical body), is a lower manifestation' (p. 392)" (TG 377-8; cf SD 2:633).
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