Definition of Ensouling

1. Verb. (present participle of ensoul) ¹



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Definition of Ensouling

1. ensoul [v] - See also: ensoul

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ensouling

ensobering
ensobers
ensonify
ensorcel
ensorceled
ensorceling
ensorcell
ensorcelled
ensorcelling
ensorcellment
ensorcellments
ensorcells
ensorcels
ensoul
ensouled
ensouling (current term)
ensouls
enspect
enspection
ensphere
ensphered
enspheres
ensphering
enstall
enstalled
enstalling
enstalls
enstamp
enstamped
enstamping

Literary usage of Ensouling

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1. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1901)
"It is not the Self that finds them pleasant, it is not even the Ego, it is that lower life that is ensouling the astral sheath ; but as long as we identify ..."

2. A Study in Consciousness: A Contribution to the Science of Psychology by Annie Wood Besant (1904)
"Hence we may regard the human Atma as the Will-aspect of the Monad, ensouling an akashic atom ; the human Buddhi as the Wisdom - aspect of the Monad, ..."

3. Man Visible and Invisible: Examples of Different Types of Men as Seen by by Charles Webster Leadbeater (1903)
"It must never be forgotten that we are dealing all the while with the evolution of the ensouling force or life, and not of the outward form; ..."

4. Karma by Annie Besant (1895)
"The Elementals ensouling thought-forms, whether these be good or bad, link themselves to the Elementals in the man's desire- body and to those ensouling his ..."

5. The Web of Destiny: How Made and Unmade by Max Heindel (1920)
"At the rebirth of the spirit that generated this sin body, the usual attraction brings them together, but on account of the elemental ensouling the sin body ..."

6. The Theosophical Review by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Mabel Collins, Annie Wood Besant, George Robert Stow Mead (1895)
"... ensouling thought-forms, whether good or bad, link themselves to the Elementais in the man's desire-body and to those ensouling his own thought-forms, ..."

7. The Theosophical Review by Theosophical Publishing Society (London, England) (1896)
"... portions acquire and transmit to the block from the differences in their environment while ensouling different animal bodies of the same species. ..."

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