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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - AWARENESS

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Patanjali, 131:knows not all that is the content of the awareness of the King of the World. The Yoga Sutras ofPatanjali, 132:first to develop the senses whereby contact and awareness become possible. The method and processPatanjali, 250:in the soul consciousness and therefore awareness of the soul of all things. Form is no longerPatanjali, 257:is seen to be a limitation. Naught remains but awareness of the self, of that omniscient,Patanjali, 257:is one with the All, and whose very nature is awareness and energy. As has been well said: "TherePatanjali, 258:of the activity of the solar plexus producing awareness of the astral plane. This type of psychismPatanjali, 266:be carried forward to the full flood-tide of awareness. The revelation of that which thePatanjali, 294:he always does, his mystical [294] knowledge and awareness but adding to it the intellectualPatanjali, 307:all things, and using it as the great organ of awareness. Through the last, the work of creationPatanjali, 321:otherwise closed to it, and to develop full awareness in all parts of the Father's kingdom, andPatanjali, 321:intellectually and meditated upon interiorly, awareness of one's identity with the spiritual naturePatanjali, 338:It might be noted here that clairaudience is awareness of the voice of the great illusion and givesPatanjali, 369:reflects itself in the mind stuff, then comes awareness of the Self. 23. Then the mind stuff,Patanjali, 405:the realization aspect, or with the condition of awareness of the indwelling thinker and isPatanjali, 406:instrument, and am I awake on another plane of awareness ? These, and similar questions are ofPatanjali, 407:the sum total of every state of consciousness or awareness. Man, - humanity as a whole, or anPatanjali, 407:through all grades of thinkers and stages of awareness, are responsible for every form found in ourPatanjali, 407:and a steadily increasing condition of awareness becomes apparent. In this scale of developmentPatanjali, 415:reflects itself in the mind stuff, then comes awareness of the self. This spiritual intelligence,Patanjali, xii:aware of the self, the soul, and this conscious awareness only becomes possible when the true selfPatanjali, xii:the spiritual man, becomes also the condition of awareness of the man in physical incarnation thenProblems, 156:upon the techniques of meditation whereby soul-awareness (or the Christ-consciousness) can beProblems, 165:to the point of resurrection and to a spiritual awareness which would bring about goodwill towardsPsychology1, xviii:the purpose of training aspirants so that group awareness may be developed that these books havePsychology1, xix:life is contributing most valuably to the group awareness. Oft an aspirant says to himself: "OfPsychology1, xxv:fact is that universal sentiency and a general awareness are recognized everywhere as existing andPsychology1, xxv:under diversity lies a basic unity, and that our awareness is right and true and correct in so farPsychology1, 4:kingdoms of nature, and the consequent stage of awareness (the state of consciousness) of the humanPsychology1, 10:tread the path of selflessness, leading to group awareness, and not the path of individualism,Psychology1, 13:yet in [13] the initial stage of registering an awareness of a field of expression which they knowPsychology1, 13:which they know exists - the field of soul awareness - but which is not yet for them their normalPsychology1, 15:remains but speech and thought, whilst the true awareness of that essential Unity remains a dreamPsychology1, 15:on the higher planes of the system in full awareness, he can begin to glimpse that awful Reality.Psychology1, 15:of what is termed the One Life is the awareness (of the initiate of high degree) of the embodiedPsychology1, 16:there is a steady expansion of your sense of awareness and a growing capacity to make understandingPsychology1, 16:held within the realm of thought which involves awareness of duality. I shall employ the languagePsychology1, 17:divine expression and all a form of sensitive awareness and of response to environment, andPsychology1, 22:Life evokes and manifests consciousness, or awareness of response to all that is eventuating, butPsychology1, 22:is conscious of that appearance. This involves awareness of its material development and consequentPsychology1, 22:and consequent adequacy of expression, and also awareness of its psychic unfoldment. No study ofPsychology1, 27:produce in the human kingdom a self-conscious awareness, and in the superhuman world a syntheticPsychology1, 29:our present humanity as the idea of collective awareness was from the consciousness of prehistoricPsychology1, 3+4:a final identification with the one Life. Form awareness has to give place to the qualifiedPsychology1, 35:realized Being. A withdrawal from even this life-awareness to a phase still more intensive andPsychology1, 35:more intensive and detached, which involves an awareness of the life of God Itself, free from form,Psychology1, 35:as it expresses itself as responsiveness, as awareness of a peculiar kind which we call thePsychology1, 35:Matter. Self-Consciousness - Responsiveness. Awareness of identity. Soul. Life - Immutability.Psychology1, 37:a consciousness of himself, man arrives at an awareness of the interrelation between the sevenPsychology1, 38:whose characteristics are mind and mental awareness, which in turn demonstrate as the power toPsychology1, 40:consciousness is expressing itself in directed awareness through the form, is the purpose dimlyPsychology1, 41:the fusion of appearance and of quality, of awareness and of form. Psychology1, 41:the human state of consciousness, but adds to it awareness of its ray life, progressively unfolded;Psychology1, 41:of its ray life, progressively unfolded; its awareness then is the awareness of love, of quality,Psychology1, 41:unfolded; its awareness then is the awareness of love, of quality, of spirit in its relationships;Psychology1, 41:self-conscious aspect is perfected and its group-awareness is recognized. The soul therefore hasPsychology1, 42:if one might so phrase it, of divine intelligent awareness. The soul is a unit of energy, vibratingPsychology1, 43:dimly sensed and the attribute of this growing awareness can be noted in the tendency of modernPsychology1, 45:for the development of responsiveness or awareness; they are sensitive machines, responsive to anPsychology1, 51:of the evolving life of God into a new sphere of awareness. This particular transference intoPsychology1, 51:particular transference into higher forms of awareness tends, at the beginning, to separativeness.Psychology1, 53:adds to these the capacity of detached self-awareness, there appears that self-identified entityPsychology1, 53:the soul adds to sentiency, quality and self-awareness, the consciousness of the group, then wePsychology1, 53:When the soul adds to sentiency, quality, self-awareness and group consciousness, a consciousnessPsychology1, 55:the higher aspect, is the principle of self-awareness, and when combined with the lower aspectPsychology1, 56:When the human stage is reached and self-awareness is blended with the sentiency of forms and withPsychology1, 57:purpose, but the realization of individual self-awareness persists and enriches the individualPsychology1, 58:varying states of consciousness and stages of awareness are to be seen; developing degrees ofPsychology1, 60:all states of consciousness in all fields of awareness. For the purpose of this treatise studentsPsychology1, 91:ceases to function. Consciousness and choice, awareness and affection, thought and temperament,Psychology1, 95:race will be blended together in a general soul awareness, and a consequent group consciousnessPsychology1, 95:meditation and group service, have developed an awareness of their own controlled and illuminedPsychology1, 99:the ordinary human state of intelligent awareness. These latter supernormal states find expressionPsychology1, 109:soul qualities such as sentiency, consciousness, awareness, and light? [110] Question four is ofPsychology1, 129:the following words: Sentiency; Consciousness or Awareness; The Energy of Light? We shall nowPsychology1, 130:subsequent growth in knowledge. Consciousness, awareness of environment, and the development ofPsychology1, 131:the formative process. The achievement of full awareness is of course the goal of the evolutionaryPsychology1, 134:(and this is not the knowledge of, or awareness of a great Being but the expression through humanPsychology1, 134:to a conclusion. He stimulates the sense of awareness in humanity and nurtures the consciousnessPsychology1, 135:of the soul, sentiency, consciousness and awareness, and will demonstrate how the problem of light,Psychology1, 135:could well be superseded by the word "awareness." In varying degrees man is aware, but [136] onlyPsychology1, 136:a life, which expresses itself as consciousness, awareness, and responsive sentiency through thePsychology1, 156:history, have passed on to this state of awareness. Of what use is this information to you or toPsychology1, 156:to the goal of conscious and intelligent awareness. Step by step we are mastering matter and makingPsychology1, 156:matter and making more adequate the mechanism of awareness and of contact. Little by little we (andPsychology1, 177:realm, and his apprehension of new states of awareness. These developments will be brought about byPsychology1, 185:of religions, men will come to new knowledge and awareness, and will arrive at an uplift that willPsychology1, 193:process is the unfoldment of conscious awareness. The entire process is directed towards thatPsychology1, 193:is neither more nor less than the nature of that awareness, and the response in terms of quality toPsychology1, 195:of humanity as a whole, to the mechanism of awareness of the great Life in which we live and movePsychology1, 199:a difficult one for man to understand, for his awareness is as yet primarily that of the form andPsychology1, 199:kingdom into new states of consciousness and of awareness. The whole problem of slaughter, whetherPsychology1, 232:have a consciousness and an intelligent awareness that is the same in kind, though differing inPsychology1, 238:and the human standards of unfoldment and of awareness must not be regarded as holding prominentPsychology1, 248:and the mysteries insoluble. A consciousness, an awareness and a sensitivity to an ever-wideningPsychology1, 248:and this is the consciousness of God, the awareness of the solar Logos, and the sensitivity of thePsychology1, 250:With this consciousness, incident upon an awareness of the pairs of opposites, is connected thePsychology1, 258:a certain stage of growth in sentiency and awareness, and the inner urge was adequately strong, thePsychology1, 302:deeper sense of the group, and with their group awareness much more fully developed than is now thePsychology1, 309:humanity a consciousness of immortality, a self-awareness and a self-centeredness which make manPsychology1, 317:Active Intelligence leads from the latent mental awareness of Lemurian man in the third race to the
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