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“.the archetypes are, first and most 

profoundly, things in themselves and the 

pondering of them and their purest 
relationships with each other should be the 

most useful foundation for the study of the 

archetypical mind.” -Ra, Session 78


G
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THE ARCHETYPICAL 



MIND 
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As suggested by Ra, Law of One Series 

Compiled by Brandy Rox




“The archetypical mind is a great and fundamental portion of the mind 

complex, one of its most basic elements and one of the richest sources of 

information for the seeker of the One Infinite Creator. To attempt to condense 

the archetypes is to make an erroneous attempt. Each archetype is a 

significant ding an sich, or thing in itself, with its own complex of concepts. 

While it is informative to survey the relationships of one archetype to another 


it can be said that this line of inquiry is secondary to the discovery of the 

purest gestalt or vision or melody which each archetype signifies to both the 

intellectual and intuitive mind.



“The Significators of Mind, Body, and Spirit complexes are complex in and of 

themselves, and the archetypes of Catalyst, Experience, Transformation, and 

the Great Way are most fruitfully viewed as independent complexes which 

have their own melodies with which they may inform the mind of its nature.



“We ask that you consider that the archetypical mind informs those thoughts 

which then may have bearing upon the mind, the body, or the spirit. The 

archetypes do not have a direct linkage to body or spirit. All must be drawn up 

through the higher levels of the subconscious mind to the conscious mind and 

thence they may flee whither they have been bidden to go. When used in a 

controlled way they are most helpful.” – Ra, Session 88










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