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

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Patanjali, 247:all sounds and sights are lost sight of and the brain is conscious only of the object which is thePatanjali, 248:the important factor and is the producer in the brain. A great Hindu teacher, Kecidhvaja, expressesPatanjali, 249:are but the effort of the mind to submit to the brain of the personal self that which will enablePatanjali, 249:In contemplation, the yogi loses sight of: His brain consciousness or the physical planePatanjali, 249:alive and alert, positive and awake, for the brain and the mind are held by him in a steady grip,Patanjali, 249:plane, is able to function with full use of the brain, sheaths and mind of the lower self, hisPatanjali, 251:on the physical plane. He can transmit to the brain, via the controlled mind, that which he sees,Patanjali, 253:forth and the man on the physical plane, in his brain consciousness, is thereby enabled to perceivePatanjali, 253:in a "stream of illumination" into the brain, via the sutratma, the thread-soul, silver cord, orPatanjali, 253:knowledge conveyed, are then impressed upon the brain and the man, in his physical consciousness,Patanjali, 253:of the soul and the illumining of the physical brain, becomes an instantaneous happening. The lightPatanjali, 254:the mysteries remain unexplained to the physical brain and the knowledge possessed by the soul mustPatanjali, 254:it can transmit to and impress upon the brain those hidden things which only the sons of God onPatanjali, 259:is to realize that the man in his physical brain is aware of three factors as he attempts toPatanjali, 261:possible for the thinker to impress the brain, via the controlled mind, with that which isPatanjali, 261:a glimpse of reality has been registered on the brain and the guarantee of future achievement isPatanjali, 262:free from thought forms, A quiescent responsive brain. A downflow into the physical brain of thePatanjali, 262:responsive brain. A downflow into the physical brain of the consciousness of the perceiver, thePatanjali, 262:soul and the physical plane man. The mind and brain are completely subdued by the soul. It shouldPatanjali, 262:here that this condition of the mind and brain is a positive one, not a negative state. Patanjali, 284:the thinker on his own plane, the mind, and the brain, are all aligned and coordinated via thePatanjali, 289:or intermediary between the soul and the brain. Awakening the light in the head so that thePatanjali, 289:between: The ego or soul on its own plane, The brain via the mind, The centers. By an act of thePatanjali, 309:vibration. The Three Major Centers Head center - brain, pineal gland and pituitary body, Throat -Patanjali, 313:registering those contacts with his physical brain apparatus. Hence the necessity of becoming awarePatanjali, 314:called Brahmarandra-nadi, passes out through the brain near the top of the head. In this therePatanjali, 317:the physical plane, through the medium of the brain. Here is where the rational mind plays itsPatanjali, 317:formulating and transmitting to the brain that which the true spiritual man on his own plane knows,Patanjali, 318:this which makes them egos. In the center of the brain, seated in the pineal gland, we are told isPatanjali, 327:sheath vibrates synchronously, and thereby the brain responds and energizes the nerve-systemPatanjali, 327:we have an interesting triplicity, The mind, The brain, Nervous system, and this triplicity must bePatanjali, 328:his attention, [328] The thinker, The mind, The brain, but this will be during the demonstrationPatanjali, 328:prana. It is controlled by the mind via the brain; it is the vitality which brings into activityPatanjali, 330:of the head; it has a special relation to the brain, the nose and the eyes, and when properlyPatanjali, 330:the entire nature from the point within the brain. When a man becomes polarized there, then thePatanjali, 354:mind will be utilized as a transmitter to the brain of the wishes, and plans and purposes of thePatanjali, 409:endeavor is concentrated on the attainment of brain stillness. He seeks to quiet the brain cells,Patanjali, 409:of brain stillness. He seeks to quiet the brain cells, and render them negative, quiescent andPatanjali, 409:the soul and the mind; the receptivity of the brain is an automatic reaction to the higherPatanjali, 410:of the thinking principle" must precede all brain activity and responsiveness. The Lord of the mindPatanjali, 410:aspirant, therefore, seeks to do is to bring the brain consciousness in line with that thoughtPatanjali, 412:is conveyed anent the physical plane to our brain, [413] that great receiving plate upon thePatanjali, 413:It is interesting here to note that as the brain and the mind became coordinated, (as was first thePatanjali, 413:eye) begins to function, and instead of mind, brain, and two eyes, another triplicity supersedesPatanjali, 413:and we have soul, mind and the third eye. The brain, therefore, is not the source of illuminationPatanjali, 413:subtler realms in the three worlds, so that the brain receives illumination, information andPatanjali, 414:and transmitting that knowledge to the brain from the soul or to the soul from the lower man. ThisPatanjali, 417:of the knowledge of the self to the physical brain of the man in incarnation, and the transmitterPatanjali, 417:downflow of spiritual force and wisdom into the brain, for the entire lower threefold man has beenPatanjali, 418:has mastered his instrument. He registers in his brain, via the mind, that which is true and real;Patanjali, 428:instrument of the soul and the means whereby the brain of the aspirant becomes illuminated andPatanjali, xii:the devil? It is brought about when the physical brain of the incarnated man becomes aware of thePatanjali, xii:in incarnation has to arrive, in his physical brain consciousness, at a realization of these twoPsychology1into By the next soul, which, seated in the brain, Useth the first with its collected use, AndPsychology1, xvii:only to increase responsibility, or produce brain fatigue and staleness, with subsequent revoltPsychology1, xxiv:subsequent development of the, as yet, quiescent brain cells) which must eventually produce aPsychology1, 5:and can express no more than his nervous system, brain and glands permit. We find, however, thatPsychology1, 27:by stating that it constitutes His heart and brain, so does the sum total of analogous evolutionsPsychology1, 27:the entire solar system constitute the heart and brain of the solar Logos. Intelligent activity andPsychology1, 58:in the body, by the nervous system, by the brain, and by the entity we call the self (who registersPsychology1, 59:this, in its turn, stimulates and develops the brain cells and produces a steady stabilization ofPsychology1, 59:They may be regarded as constituting the brain of the divine Heavenly Man. They correspond to thePsychology1, 59:Man. They correspond to the ventricles of the brain, to the seven centers within the brain, to thePsychology1, 59:of the brain, to the seven centers within the brain, to the seven centers of force, and to thePsychology1, 79:which serves no useful purpose only strains the brain cells and feeds the pride. Psychology1, 90:and accounted for by man's present equipment of brain, nervous system and the endocrine system. AllPsychology1, 92:can be accounted for in terms of dream life, of brain lesions or of escape reactions, but whichPsychology1, 94:existence? Is consciousness a function of the brain and of the allied nervous system, or shall wePsychology1, 100:soul to mind, and does not necessarily imply brain to brain communication and contact. This is onePsychology1, 100:to mind, and does not necessarily imply brain to brain communication and contact. This is one ofPsychology1, 107:in on a reservoir of thought, and his mind and brain translate these thoughts into words andPsychology1, 109:down of the teaching from the mind to the brain and from the brain into words and sentences oftenPsychology1, 109:teaching from the mind to the brain and from the brain into words and sentences often fails inPsychology1, 132:darkness; the soul, through the medium of the brain, causes revelation. It throws its light intoPsychology1, 132:causes revelation. It throws its light into the brain, and thus the way of the human being becomesPsychology1, 132:human being becomes increasingly illumined. The brain is like the eye of the soul, looking out intoPsychology1, 132:our planet the eye of the planetary Deity. The brain is responsive to the seven senses: HearingPsychology1, 157:moment, but the accuracy of the recording by the brain and the adaptation of the teaching to thePsychology1, 159:being who conceives an idea, uses his mind and brain to bring his idea into manifestation, andPsychology1, 220:in the following manner: The human kingdom Brain Vocal organs The two head centers. The animalPsychology1, 226:a mechanism as yet so inadequate as the mind and brain of the average aspirant?), the mineralPsychology1, 243:will bring about an organizing of the animal brain, and the transfer of the power of the solarPsychology1, 243:animal polarization and an added activity of the brain in the head. Towards the close of thisPsychology1, 251:apparatus we call the nervous system, the brain, and the five senses which lie behind and which arePsychology1, 252:centers and channels with a spinal column and a brain. This organization of a sensitive responsePsychology1, 274:or who can find - no matter how clear his brain or erudite his mind - the way out of the presentPsychology1, 313:known and revealed within the human heart and brain, in order to be intellectually grasped. ThePsychology1, 371:has been paid for instance to the fact that the brain of the animal is really in the region of thePsychology1, 371:the region of the solar plexus, whilst the human brain, the controlling agent, is in the head, andPsychology1, 372:exactly why the animal [372] does not use the brain in the head as does man, they will arrive at aPsychology1, 372:will not be possible for more to be made clear. Brain cells, hitherto dormant in even the mostPsychology1, 380:living. This requires the recognition, by the brain consciousness of the aspirant, of the need forPsychology1, 413:Animal Stomach. Liver. Solar Plexus. Human Brain. Vocal Organs. The two Head Centers. II. MineralPsychology1, 420:as response to knowledge. Bodily location: Brain. Esoterically, this principle of sentiency isPsychology1, 426:apparatus we call the nervous system, the brain, and the five senses, which lie behind and whichPsychology1, 426:centers and channels, with a spinal column and a brain. This organization of a sensitive responsePsychology2, 5:with what might be regarded symbolically as the brain reaction and [6] response to cosmic purpose,Psychology2, 6:and [6] response to cosmic purpose, - the brain reaction of God Himself. Psychology2, 17:called, begins to become more active; in the brain of the man who is a developed personality, anPsychology2, 26:the instrument of mental impulses. The brain consciousness begins to organize and the focus of
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