A term used by Ra essentially as a noun in the same fashion as Merriam-Webster defines it: “A whole made up of complicated or interrelated parts.” Ra speaks of it this way in context of the archetypes: “A concept complex is a complex of concepts just as a molecule is a complex structure made up of more than one type of energy nexus or atom.”

Some examples include: mind/body/spirit complex, mind complex, body complex, spirit complex, social memory complex, sound vibrational complex, and many more.

It may also mean a complex of something. When used this way, it may denote either a whole made of up interrelated parts (as in the above definition), or an assortment of multiple things, e.g.: “a complex of thought, ideas, and actions.”

Reference

79.42, 83.19-20, 89.20

Subcategories

Body Complex

See “Body Complex”

Mind Complex

See “Mind Complex”

Mind/Body/Spirit Complex

See “Mind/Body/Spirit Complex”

Physical Complex

See “Body Complex”

Social Memory Complex

See “Social Memory Complex”

Sound Vibration Complex

See “Sound Vibration Complex”

Spirit Complex

See “Spirit Complex”