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  Soul and Reality by Carlo Dorofatti     From: Carlo Dorofatti website
  About this book
This book explores:
  • Spiritual Physics
  • Esoteric Kabbalah
  • Inner Alchemy
  • Soul, death and reincarnation
  • Ethics and approaches for renewed Awareness

The themes we are going to explore here are somewhat complex but I have tried to present them as clearly and succinctly as possible so that they are accessible to everyone and not just to experts in the field.
     ■ My aim has been to make sense of the ideas rather than simply present the superficial
        facts and to offer readers my personal reflections in a context that is broad
        and well-versed on a cultural front.

This book, fruit of twenty years experience, is the ‘state of the art’ of my personal research; it describes paths and models in the light of the great changes to come and of the necessary awakening of consciousness that will characterize the imminent future of humanity.

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My spiritual path began at an early age in a Catholic setting and then moved on towards Gnostic Christianity and Theosophy.
  • It passed through the experience of Damanhurian community life, encountering various realities in the vast panorama of Italian and international New Age movements and later matured through personal research, (though not solitary or without moments of sharing and precious comparison).
  • It was stimulated by a study of the neo-Gnostic and Thelemic ideas of Shamanism during a year spent in Africa and by the Sufism of the Middle East, which I explored during the five years I spent there for professional reasons.
  • Since my return to Italy in 2009 my intention has been to focus on achieving a healthy and well-founded spiritual growth but also to promote discussion and cooperation between free thinkers who are interested in being the avant-garde of real renewal, not only in terms of knowledge but above all, of living: individuals who sense that the key to a conscious and authentic re-awakening lies in the values of personal liberty and responsible self-determination.

If in my last book Nothing but Oneself I attempted to describe my personal approach to spiritual research and ‘frontier’ investigations, and not without a certain amount of provocation, in this book I have concentrated on the most significant aspects of that research.
     ■ I begin with a general overview based on past experience and conclude with some recent transpersonal and metaphysical elaborations,
        without neglecting to propose - in the epilogue – some further considerations.

These pages, having originated in my diaries, are inevitably based upon a wide-ranging examination of the subjects I have explored. But the information and reflections they contain do not pretend to be particularly exhaustive or in-depth for at least three of the following reasons:
  1. Firstly, I wish to remain consistent in my approach, at times supplying directions and hypotheses for working that allow the reader to actively apply him/herself to examining aspects of personal interest more deeply and so obtain the most significant and efficient result.
  2. Secondly, because it is above all about subjective feeling, and the written word not only becomes a limited instrument in itself but also circumscribes the concepts and the sensitivity that it refers to. Therefore it is neither opportune nor possible to write a decisive book on the themes dealt with here, at least, unless one writes a historical-academic essay and that is something that I do not wish to do.
  3. And thirdly, because spiritual research is always and nevertheless open on infinite levels and the pretence of supplying definitive elements, or even just a close examination that discourages reflection or inner searching is not only restrictive but also misleading.

In the last chapter I describe the phases of my working method to furnish an example, to be perfected, of the path and its application in daily life.
     ■ The meditation practices that I outline can be described and shared in real time in future meetings or specific seminars.

In the first appendix, I describe in more depth, the fundamental purpose, according to Esoteric Physics, for which our reality manifests itself.
     ■ Being a rather technical subject I decided to place it in an appendix so that the reader can choose whether or not to refer to it while
        reading or proceed more quickly, following the principal guiding themes and dedicate time to it at a later date.

In Appendix II, I have introduced an esoteric and metaphysical perspective of time, which will be the subject of successive argumentation.
     ■ The subject of time (and eventual time travel) is a fascinating one and not new to ancient esoteric and shamanic traditions but it needs
        to be considered using logic of a more mature and complex nature than that of H.G. Wells’ Time Machine.

I will also be providing further updates and in-depth analyses to my readers through conferences, specific seminars and by means of the Internet.

Carlo Dorofatti          
(September 2010)       

  Table of Contents   

Part I ♦ Metaphysical and Multi-dimensional Scenarios . . . . . . . . . 2

Metaphysical and Multi-dimensional Scenarios 2
The Birth of the World 3
The Breath of Brahma 4
The Creation of the Material Worlds 5
The Concept of Reality 6
Time 7
Levels of Reality 8
Our Reality 9
The Absolute Being and Us 10
The Threshold or the Beyond 11
Behind the ‘Scenes’: Entities and Aliens 12
Esoteric Physics and Modern Physics 13
The Functions and Archetypes of our Universe 14

Part II ♦ The Subtle Anatomy of the Human Being . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . 15

The Subtle Anatomy of the Human Being 15
Subtle Bodies and Energy Flows 16
Subtle Energies and Electromagnetic Prisons 17
     The Etheric body (bio-magnetic) 18
     The Astral Body 19
     The Mental Body 20
     The Mental or Causal Superior Body 21
     The Light Body 22
Meridians, Microlines and Temporal Flows 23
The Chakra 24
The Inner Faculties 25
The Vital Energies 31
     Tantrism and the Left-hand Path 32
A Spiritual Approach to Healing and Well-being 33

Part III ♦ The Structure and Evolution of the Human Soul  . . . . . . . 34

The Structure and Evolution of the Human Soul 34
The Structure of the Individual Soul 35
The Counter-attractor 36
The Divine Spark and Free Will 37
The Fragmentation of Reality and the Bridge-Form 38
The Formation of the Personality 39
The Mapping of the Soul’s Personalities 40
Our Personalities - from Conflict to Harmony 41
The Personality in Formation 42
Personality and Memory 43
Reincarnation and Reconnection 44
Searching for a Way Out: Who Am I? 45
The Race to the ‘Real’ 50
Death and the ‘Intelligent Spirit’ 51
The Power of the Divine Self 52
Reincarnation does not Exist: Another Way of Thinking 53

Part IV ♦ Thoughts on Magic  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Thoughts on Magic 54
Magic Orders and Systems 55
The Kabbalah 56
     The Tree of Life 57
     The Kabbalah and Hermeticism 58
     The Ten Sephiroth 59
Gods in Exile 60
Thoughts on Alchemy 61
The Tattwa 62
Senses, Emotions and Faculties 63
Ritual, Dream and Ecstasy 64

Part V ♦ The Endoteric Path . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Thoughts on the Spiritual Search and Teaching 65
A Synthesis of my Working Method 70
A Mistake to be Avoided 73

Appendix I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

The Fundamental Functions of the Universe of Form 75
     Frequency 75
     Interaction 76
     Sacred Geometry 77
     Immanent Consciousness 78
     Correspondence 79
     Synchronicity 80
     Chaos 81
     The Arrow of Complexity 82
Kabbalistic Correspondences 83

Appendix II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84

Notes on the Esoteric Concept of Time 84
Time Travel 85
The Human as a ‘Temporal Being’ 86
Mysterious Archaeology 87
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  About the Author

author-01For over twenty years in parallel to his profession as a management trainer and company manager, Carlo Dorofatti (Milan, 1970) has been involved in different fields of free research: including
     ■ Meditation,
     ■ Traditional medicine,
     ■ Metaphysics applied to avant-garde psychology,
     ■ Spiritual traditions,
     ■ Modern frontier disciplines and
     ■ Investigations into new existential models of well-being and awareness.

He holds conferences and seminars in Centres and Institutes all over Italy and abroad.

Founder of the Centro Studi Ascensione 93, from 2008 he has been a member of the International Conference on Ancient Studies – together with Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, Michael Cremo, Robert Schoch, Andrew Collins and other important international exponents of free and independent research.

He writes for many specialist magazines and online portals and his first book Nient’altro che se stessi –Incanti e disincanti della Nuova Era was published by Nexus Edizioni in 2010.

He currently lives in Vigevano (PV), Italy.






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