According to Theosophy, these are obstacles that the traveler along the Path must surmount. There are ten of them:
- Belief in the Ego as unchangeable.
- Lack of faith in higher effort.
- Reliance on ritual.
- Love of the world.
- Egotistic longing for a future life.
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