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

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Meditation, 317:of his vehicles, and his progress and his capacity to serve) will all be available for his personalMeditation, 320:forth, only when the causal body is of a certain capacity can the pupil profit by the curriculum.Meditation, 340:the formulation of thought matter, and the capacity to define. It means the ability to make thoughtMeditation, 341:[341] of time nor hindrance, but goes on. This capacity to persevere explains why theMeditation, 341:and before the man who attracts more notice. The capacity to plod is much to be desired. A progressMeditation, 344:where wiser ones refrain, who considers he has capacity for that which [345] arises, who bringsMeditation, 345:calculates soberly his mental and intellectual capacity, his emotional caliber and his physicalMeditation, 345:day contains but twenty-four hours and that his capacity contains but the expenditure of just soMeditation, 345:so much force and no more, wisely adjusts his capacity and the time available to each other. NextPatanjali, 123:Spiritual reading, which has reference to the capacity of the mental body to see back of a symbolPatanjali, 124:it is valuable for the devotee to realize. A capacity to decentralize oneself, to change one'sPatanjali, 173:faculty of discrimination and upon a deep seated capacity to contrast the "Father's" home and thePatanjali, 173:present condition. It is this inherent capacity for "bliss" or happiness which produces thatPatanjali, 174:in the human family it becomes apparent that his capacity to appreciate sorrow or joy is greatlyPatanjali, 174:to outer contacts is ever more rapid and his capacity for pain, physical and emotional, becomesPatanjali, 175:in the increasing frequency of suicide. The capacity of the race to suffer is due to thePatanjali, 175:the mind itself. When he begins to question the capacity of the mind to explain, interpret andPatanjali, 183:and used. Means VII. Meditation. Dhyana. The capacity of the thinker to use the mind as desired andPatanjali, 194:similar characteristics, qualities and objective capacity are to be found. This similarity is thePatanjali, 196:of words) clothes. It involves, therefore, the capacity to penetrate to the subject and to contactPatanjali, 196:acts. For the aspirant, the development of this capacity comes through a constant [197] effort toPatanjali, 206:effect of purification is the development of the capacity to concentrate or to be one-pointed. ThePatanjali, 229:life currents consequently controlled, but the capacity to subjugate the outgoing tendencies of thePatanjali, 234:53. From this intuitive knowledge is born the capacity to distinguish (between all beings) and toPatanjali, 247:two is in the time element. Having achieved the capacity to focus the mind steadily upon an object,Patanjali, 254:most important one. It is the definition of the capacity to "see into" a form, to arrive at thatPatanjali, 254:They are but the effects of it. It is the capacity to pierce through all forms and arrive at thatPatanjali, 278:This is based on memory, on acquired faculty and capacity and on the possession of those qualitiesPatanjali, 308:discrimination through which a man develops the capacity to choose between the real and the unrealPatanjali, 330:is understood and mastered, for it involves the capacity to function in the head and to control thePatanjali, 346:the phenomenon of levitation. It is the capacity of the adept to offset the attractive [347] forcePatanjali, 347:of the objective - prapti. This is the capacity of the yogin to achieve his goal, to extend hisPatanjali, 351:the external instrument [351] and the internal capacity of that instrument to respond to certainPatanjali, 351:and synthesizer of the other five. It is the capacity of the human being to say "I see," "I smell,"Patanjali, 356:magic. It might be noted in conclusion that this capacity is in itself relative, for the adept isPatanjali, 364:53. From this intuitive knowledge is born the capacity to distinguish (between all beings) and toPatanjali, 388:the result of an inward-turning tendency, of the capacity to abstract the consciousness from formPatanjali, 407:is as yet not apparent to man. However, as man's capacity to think in large terms, as his power toPatanjali, 408:are dependent upon some life, endowed with the capacity to think, and through thought impulse toPatanjali, 414:of the functions of the mind is to predicate its capacity to detach itself from itself and viewPatanjali, 423:to unswervingly. This involves patience, the capacity to go on after failure, to persevere whenPatanjali, 425:of peace and joy; it must work out in increased capacity to serve the race and to serve it moreProblems, 17:of trial, purified and able to demonstrate a new capacity to think in terms of unselfishProblems, 36:to live by them; with this power goes the capacity to sense the unknown, to believe in theProblems, 52:control of the emotional nature. Vision or the capacity to see beyond what is to what might be.Problems, 52:to superimpose the wisdom of the future. Capacity wisely to handle relationships and to recognizeProblems, 53:and cultured and who will also possess the capacity to move forward (as life unfolds) into thatProblems, 54:instinctual reaction, their intellectual capacity and their intuitional potentiality. In infancyProblems, 59:effort suited to [59] his temperament and capacity. Thus he will be induced to contribute what heProblems, 63:All, however, no matter what their initial capacity, can be trained in the Science of Right HumanProblems, 68:world leaders. Other races have no such inherent capacity. They are not, for instance, successfulProblems, 109:them) and demonstrate also such an outstanding capacity to handle their own affairs and produceProblems, 143:visioned. There is no other explanation of the capacity of the human spirit to emerge out ofPsychology1, 16:of your sense of awareness and a growing capacity to make understanding contacts with that emergingPsychology1, 23:the original psychic Entities, imbued with the capacity to express love (which involves the conceptPsychology1, 45:expresses itself by attractiveness, by its capacity to draw to itself and into the radius of itsPsychology1, 52:the principle of recognition. By this I mean the capacity to see the ideal reality lying behind thePsychology1, 53:an addition, and we find emerging quality and capacity to react to vibration and to environment.Psychology1, 53:of sentiency and quality, adds to these the capacity of detached self-awareness, there appears thatPsychology1, 54:is pervaded by, as much of the world soul as its capacity will permit. The atom of substance, thePsychology1, 67:and serve but to increase responsibility. The capacity to see objective significances and [68] thenPsychology1, 85:in mental work and power, it will show his capacity to build thought-forms and to vitalize them.Psychology1, 98:The growth of the color sense and the capacity to respond musically to quarter tones and subtlePsychology1, 128:of limitation, as well as endowing him with capacity. It governs the method of his relations toPsychology1, 141:that exists. They are existence itself, with its capacity for growth, for activity, forPsychology1, 192:colored by divine quality according to the egoic capacity to control or express, it is distorted byPsychology1, 193:becomes more vital, more understanding in its capacity, and more synthetically comprehended. ThisPsychology1, 194:objective. At the same time, they increase our capacity to grasp the intense activity of every formPsychology1, 201:from absolute fearlessness, power of ruling, capacity to grasp great questions in a large-mindedPsychology1, 203:which come before him, and he will have the capacity of impressing true views of things on othersPsychology1, 204:sincerity of purpose, clear intellect, capacity for concentration on philosophic studies, patience,Psychology1, 213:unavoidable. Their comprehension lies hid in the capacity to "recover" the past and to see thatPsychology1, 223:on suggested hypothesis will man increase his capacity to see life whole, and be able therefore toPsychology1, 309:this innate and hidden power which gives man the capacity to suffer which no animal possesses, butPsychology1, 309:in the realm of the intellect. This same capacity, in embryo, works out in the animal kingdom inPsychology1, 322:The stages by which man arrives at this capacity may be enumerated as follows: That unconsciousPsychology1, 324:personality to develop its powers to the fullest capacity in order to bring real value to the groupPsychology1, 326:governs the nervous system in its threefold capacity, and also the blood stream. Thus the outerPsychology1, 329:The power type - full of will and governing capacity. The love type - full of love and fusingPsychology1, 343:of true values, the vision of the ideal, and the capacity to distinguish reality behind thePsychology1, 356:all departments of human activity. They evince capacity to sense the Plan of God and to cooperate;Psychology1, 367:and disciples in the majority of cases; their capacity towards integration and towards fusion alongPsychology2, 14:emotional aspects of other personalities. The capacity to touch the plane of ideas and to bringPsychology2, 23:and higher relations. Its danger consists in the capacity of the human intellect to separate andPsychology2, 24:Life after life passes, and slowly the capacity for conscious identification increases, with aPsychology2, 25:and choose between various desires; the capacity to employ time somewhat intelligently begins toPsychology2, 32:But at the same time, nothing is lost of capacity, or quality or of sentient awareness. This isPsychology2, 40:Ray Two The power to build for selfish ends, Capacity to sense the Whole and to remain apart, ThePsychology2, 43:between the pairs of opposites. [43] Intense capacity to be personal and emphasize personalities,Psychology2, 60:the same miracles and demonstrate the same capacity to create and to transcend the normal facultiesPsychology2, 60:nor non-divine. It is a demonstration of the capacity of the mind, and can be used with equalPsychology2, 80:groups, conferring on them, by His power, the capacity to destroy that which is undesirable in thePsychology2, 120:can man begin to measure up to his innate capacity. The sign for the Aquarian Age is that of a man,Psychology2, 132:incoming Aquarian Law. This centers around the capacity to stand, not only in spiritual being, butPsychology2, 134:Wisdom. The man becomes aware of his power and capacity, and, having pledged himself to service, hePsychology2, 143:for they are the true intuitives and have a capacity for the art of synthesis so that their workPsychology2, 149:(if such a term may be used), and determine our capacity to be sensitive to its impact. If we arePsychology2, 193:whatever that objective may be; Cultivate a dual capacity to apply the laws of the soul to thePsychology2, 195:upon the mental plane and are developing the capacity to "think things through" - that is, toPsychology2, 210:and utterly past their possible corroboration or capacity to check. There is no standard of
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