There is much more to human nature that is ordinarily supposed. We are familiar with the mortal self, but beyond that temporal part of our nature is an immortal aspect of our being known as the higher Self. What are the attributes of that divine Self? Geoffrey Hodson contrasts from a Theosophical point of view how consciousness functions through the various human vehicles of consciousness. This lecture was given at the 75th Annual Meeting and Summer School of the Theosophical Society in America. 1961. 54 minutes.