THEOSOPHY - THOUGHT-FORMS - ASTRAL PLANE Thought forms, seen by trained clairvoyants, on the astral plane. The top form, in the similitude of a winged disk, represents a thought, or attitude of mind, which offers peace and protection. The lower form represents the appearance (on the Astral plane) of a definite and directed affection. Paintings of thought-forms were originated by a group of Theosophists, towards the end of the nineteenth century. The paintings were done, following the occult observations of such 'thoughts' or 'visions' on the astral plane, by Charles Leadbeater (Besant cl

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THEOSOPHY - THOUGHT-FORMS - ASTRAL PLANE Thought forms, seen by trained clairvoyants, on the astral plane. The top form, in the similitude of a winged disk, represents a thought, or attitude of mind, which offers peace and protection. The lower form represents the appearance (on the Astral plane) of a definite and directed affection. Paintings of thought-forms were originated by a group of Theosophists, towards the end of the nineteenth century. The paintings were done, following the occult observations of such 'thoughts' or 'visions' on the astral plane, by Charles Leadbeater (Besant cl

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