What are the five levels of the neshama for a Jew and the two levels for a non-Jew according to the Zohar? What are their meanings? What are their sources in the Zohar?
The five levels of the neshama quoted above would seem to transalate to the Transactional Analysis constructs of
Nephesh - Child Ruach - Parent Neshama - Adult Chaya - The cathexis Yechidah - The ego itself
Both for Jews and non-Jews.
The Tanya quotes "zohar 1, 206a" as saying that the 5 levels of the Jewish soul are "nefesh, ruach, neshama, chaya, yechida". [technically the zohar is only referenced as a source for the first 3 levels, but the other 2 are enumerated in a Footnote elsewhere in the tanya and I assume they can be found In the same place in the zohar].
Furthermore, a non Jewish soul consists of only the animal soul (which Jews have as well, in addition to the above soul which can be at one of the above 5 levels).