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

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Meditation, 343:material gain in knowledge for the individual causes stagnation, obstruction, indigestion and pain,Meditation, 343:not assimilated and passed through the system, causes just the above conditions. The analogy isMeditation, 345:control of the physical vehicle. A good server causes the Master no anxiety from physical causes,Meditation, 345:causes the Master no anxiety from physical causes, and may be trusted so to guard and husband hisPatanjali, 39:perceives and knows. He enters into the world of causes. The first group might be regarded asPatanjali, 48:has entered consciously into the world of causes. The world of effects is left behind, in so far asPatanjali, 48:their way through them. The Master deals with causes, and the effects He [49] produces, through thePatanjali, 55:hope of glory. The Word when rightly apprehended causes the second, or Christ aspect of divinity toPatanjali, 55:or microcosmic), the ego, the Christ, and causes the "radiant Augoeides" to be seen on earth. [56]Patanjali, 97:perceiver enters into the realm of ideas and of causes. This is pure contemplation, free from formsPatanjali, 97:In it the perceiver looks out upon the world of causes; he sees with clear vision the divinePatanjali, 107:by the subjective life, but has no clue to the causes or to the subjective energies of which theyPatanjali, 136:balanced between these pairs of opposites. Hate causes separation, whereas love reveals the unityPatanjali, 136:laws of the solar system. Hate negates unity, causes barriers to be built and produces those causesPatanjali, 136:causes barriers to be built and produces those causes which lead to crystallization, destructionPatanjali, 144:and centers his attention on their producing causes. In relation to himself, he comes to realizePatanjali, 144:worlds is the ego itself, and that the secondary causes are the aggregate of those fundamentalPatanjali, 144:only in this way can the aspirant ascertain the causes lying back of the present manifestations ofPatanjali, 145:is of three kinds: Latent Karma. Those seeds and causes which are yet undeveloped and inactive andPatanjali, 145:subsequent lives. Active Karma. Those seeds or causes [146] which are in process of fruition andPatanjali, 146:the flowering forth. New Karma. Those seeds or causes which are being produced in this life, andPatanjali, 147:the power of good. Complete freedom from matter causes bliss or pleasure - the joy of realization.Patanjali, 147:bliss or pleasure - the joy of realization. Evil causes pain, for just in so far as the Inner RulerPatanjali, 147:he, the divine spiritual man is manifesting, causes limitation and difficulty. The physical vehiclePatanjali, 148:of the soul, and it is this quality which causes the intense activity and constant labor of the manPatanjali, 150:life will be so lived in the present that no causes will be set in motion along the line ofPatanjali, 151:yogi. Nor will further pain-producing causes be allowed to be set in motion. Patanjali, 161:forms of the world process until the world of causes stands revealed to him, and the world ofPatanjali, 163:Through it, the seer looks out upon the realm of causes, the spiritual realm. By its means, thePatanjali, 163:the spiritual realm. By its means, the world of causes can be interpreted in terms of thePatanjali, 165:realities or from the true subjective world of causes, and of force emanations. He is no longerPatanjali, 166:the aspirant to an investigation of the world of causes; and so to demonstrate the need for furtherPatanjali, 172:but the subjective Reality which produces or causes the existence of the forms. Then he passes onPatanjali, 173:into incarnation. This basic desire is what causes all experience. Desire for freedom. The resultPatanjali, 175:interesting of the modifications for it concerns causes more than effects. The man who doubts canPatanjali, 179:plane. It should be noted here that the two causes of revelation, the practice of the eight meansPatanjali, 184:studies or meditates upon the world of causes, upon the "things of God." He then, utilizing hisPatanjali, 190:It is developed by a close scrutiny of the causes which lie back of all desires, aspirations andPatanjali, 197:a factor of service, The constant study of the causes lying back of every act so that the reasonPatanjali, 208:bodily powers and of the senses. Though the two causes of the perfecting process are aspiration andPatanjali, 234:the objective worlds. 38. By liberation from the causes of bondage through their weakening and byPatanjali, 258:effects in the lower nature and that this causes certain unfoldments and experiences to take place;Patanjali, 270:eventuate is recognized to be the working out of causes set in motion in the present, and thus thePatanjali, 278:effects are only to be achieved through certain causes. These he arrives at through concentratedPatanjali, 279:He is, therefore, one who concerns himself with causes and not with effects. He perceives thatPatanjali, 279:and not with effects. He perceives that which causes the tangible to appear, that is the thoughtsPatanjali, 279:where it is necessary for him to understand the causes, lying back of certain events, and this onlyPatanjali, 282:life-principle, that mysterious something which causes all things to be and to persist. ThePatanjali, 285:as the ego he can arrive at the world of causes, and he knows therefore what acts must be performedPatanjali, 286:for further lessons, or the working out of prior causes. He may, however, continue or resume hisPatanjali, 288:to "union with." One is full of desire and causes obligation and effects; the other is free fromPatanjali, 315:and the solar forces." It is this light which causes the "face to shine" and is responsible for thePatanjali, 327:and its Results 38. By liberation from the causes of bondage through their weakening, and by anPatanjali, 331:of kama-manas, desire and lower mind, which causes the unique problem of humanity. It is a symbolicPatanjali, 347:their vitalizing, so that they become "effective causes;" this siddhi, the [348] eighth, concernsPatanjali, 362:of objective effects into that of subjective causes. It has also been said that time itself isPatanjali, 384:That great change is the result of certain causes, [385] extraneous to the body-nature, such as thePatanjali, 392:is engendered; no effects are set up through causes initiated by the yogi that can serve to holdPatanjali, 393:time and must come to fruition. They are the causes or skandas which produce those bodies in whichProblems, 34:of the churches may not be the basic [34] causes behind the others. But - the war happened. Our oldProblems, 44:1914-1945) can be pointed out and the ancient causes of present day prejudices and dislikes can beProblems, 167:there is freedom from want, one of the major causes of war will disappear. Where there is unevenPsychology1, 48:- Intelligence, potentially found in substance, causes activity. The result of the interplay ofPsychology1, 49:of all effects emanating from the world of causes, which is the world of the three major rays. ThePsychology1, 63:Lord is not yet in full expression, except as He causes destruction and brings cycles to an end.Psychology1, 78:Let the blending work proceed. Let that which causes all to be produce the cause of theirPsychology1, 132:the soul, through the medium of the brain, causes revelation. It throws its light into the brain,Psychology1, 198:turns the life ever to the rays of warmth, and causes the blending of the colors and the glory ofPsychology1, 235:when considering the form. It is the world of causes with which we are primarily concerned, andPsychology1, 235:it is as they demonstrate as initiated causes that we best arrive at their significance. It is asPsychology1, 259:through a stimulation applied from without, causes a response from the life in form. Hence thePsychology1, 283:love will be brought about. Owing to these three causes we have at this time a worldwide interestPsychology1, 340:of material values. The world of meaning and of causes becomes gradually the world in which hePsychology1, 341:intangible realities, and the world of ideas and causes must be, for him, in the immediate future,Psychology1, 349:forms which warrant prompt destruction." This causes mental conditions of a set and static nature.Psychology1, 401:effects of that past and not with originating causes. Psychology1, 406:of the personality has been brought about. It causes the mind nature to achieve that clear visionPsychology1, 406:ray induces a separative attitude and causes a detachment from the group of souls of [407] whichPsychology1, 421:- Intelligence, potentially found in substance, causes activity. The Rays and the Senses 1. HearingPsychology2, 28:are predominantly fruitful in [28] producing causes (which is a paradoxical sentence with deepPsychology2, 28:working off the effects of the earlier initiated causes. This is a point not often emphasized.Psychology2, 85:given in terms of effects, produced by inner causes which have not always been specified.Psychology2, 133:to have produced a number of creative secondary causes. These are, primarily, a change in the lowerPsychology2, 147:dispersing agent. When in active expression, it causes an active scattering or rejection of thePsychology2, 157:of release, and constitute the underlying causes which will bring the Law of Repulse into play,Psychology2, 164:the prodigal son back to the Father's home. It causes him to "arise and go." But we must rememberPsychology2, 212:need not lead to this particular crisis. What causes this crisis in the lives of souls remains asPsychology2, 246:enable man to penetrate into this inner realm of causes and of revelation. These are: [247] First,Psychology2, 287:that of atma, the will aspect of Spirit. This causes them to work with the Plan and through thePsychology2, 309:producing a definite fusing and blending. This causes the animal nature to conform entirely to thePsychology2, 357:usually into two categories of experience and causes: In the early stages and whilst under illusionPsychology2, 370:a "balanced point of view." This balanced vision causes much difficulty and leads to what might bePsychology2, 375:fanatically idealistic, and this is one of the causes of the present world situation. It is hardPsychology2, 421:other venereal diseases are potent predisposing causes. The right culture of the body nature afterPsychology2, 442:time; the sense of inferiority is very great and causes many types of difficulty. If, however, thePsychology2, 467:understanding is an evocation of light, for it causes us to become aware of, or conscious of, thePsychology2, 467:us to become aware of, or conscious of, the causes which are producing the outer forms whichPsychology2, 496:intense dislike of the successful, and causes abnormalities of many kinds. Frustrated love. ThisPsychology2, 511:is the working out of the unalterable effects of causes, originated in the past of the Aryan race.Psychology2, 515:with care; they should attempt to understand the causes of many of the nervous complaints and
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