Series 2 - Lesson 10 - Annotation 8
What faculties are represented by Ephraim and Manasseh?
8. Ephraim represents "will" and Manasseh represents "understanding," brothers, and sons of Joseph. They must work together in perfect harmony to attain perfect results, symbolized by their allotments being joined in the Promised Land.
These two — will and understanding — are especially active in one who would fulfill his mission of expressing and manifesting his Christ Self, showing forth the image-likeness of God in his daily life. When these two faculties express in harmony, divine order is established. They have their centers of activity in the head, and both function through the front brain.
Preceding Entry: What does a state of "mental resistance" indicate?
Following Entry: What phase of mental action is illustrated by the tape recorder?