Reason: Inductive and Deductive.—The conscious mind of man can reason both inductively and deductively. It can reason from the Whole to a part or from a part to the Whole.
Will.—Means conscious ability to determine.
Choice.—Ability to differentiate and choose.
Volition.—Power to act independently.
Intellect.—Mental quality of analysis.
Purpose.—Determination with incentive.
Decision.—Ability to choose.
Soul.—The Subjective Side of Life. Man's place in the One Subjective Mind of the Universe; his identity in Mind. Man's soul life reënacts the Soul Life of the Universe with which it is at One.
Subjective.—The Soul is subjective. Read again the meaning of subjectivity as given in the Universal Chart.
Subconscious.—The Soul is subjective to the conscious thought.
Unconscious.—Word used in Psycho-analysis to denote soul. It is a poor way of expressing soul-life, for it really is not unconscious. It is subconscious but certainly not unconscious.
Consciousness.—Another way of saying soul. The Bible says, soul; the psycho-analyst says, unconscious; the psychologist says, subjective or subconscious; and the metaphysician says, consciousness. All have the same meaning.
Karma.—The subjective law of tendency set in motion by the individual. The mental law acting through him. Karmic Law means the use that man makes of his mentality. Karma is not Kismet; for Kismet means "fate," and Karma simply means "the mental tendency." Karma is both individual and Universal.
Aura.—Mental atmosphere or vibration. It extends from a few inches to a few feet around the individual and can be seen by many people.