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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - COMMANDMENTS
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Autobiography, 120:post-office regulations. I decided that the ten commandments must be preserved, one or two of theBethlehem, 144:Law and the Prophets, and would relegate the Ten Commandments into the background of life,Bethlehem, 144:right action which will make the breaking of the commandments impossible. The "shalt not" of God,Bethlehem, 202:man. Such a compilation of principles as the Ten Commandments might be cited as a case in point.Externalisation, 124:this about. First, the pronouncement of the Ten Commandments. These, though negative in their formExternalisation, 125:of material tendencies. In days to come, the Ten Commandments will be expressed in a reversed formExternalisation, 543:psychology; there was the revelation of the Ten Commandments, given through the Jews and - becauseExternalisation, 544:offset and bring to an end the need for the Ten Commandments, by giving us the eleventhGlamour, 195:by a following of the Five Rules and the Five Commandments. I would ask you to study these. They,Intellect, 222:in the life. These "means" are: First, the five commandments. These are, harmlessness, truth to allMagic, 517:of the schools of meditation) have kept the five commandments and the five rules, and have achievedPatanjali, 63:been used and developed. These are: The five commandments, (See: Book II Sutras 28 and 29.) ThePatanjali, 63:to the social economy (as dealt with in the commandments), only when the task of purifying andPatanjali, 64:there are as yet who have "kept the law and the commandments." Obstacle II - Mental Inertia ThePatanjali, 78:(the third Means) as a result of keeping the Commandments and the Rules (Means one and two) is thisPatanjali, 112:29. The eight means of yoga are, the Commandments or Yama, the Rules or Nijama, posture or Asana,Patanjali, 112:and from avarice, constitute yama or the five commandments. 31. Yama (or the five commandments)Patanjali, 112:or the five commandments. 31. Yama (or the five commandments) constitutes the universal duty and isPatanjali, 180:to Union 29. The eight means of yoga are: the Commandments or Yama, the Rules or Nijama, posture orPatanjali, 181:their synonyms where possible: Means I The Commandments. Yama. Self-control or forbearance.Patanjali, 182:or to his Father in Heaven. These two, the five Commandments and the five Rules are the HinduPatanjali, 182:Rules are the Hindu correspondence to the ten Commandments of the Bible and cover the daily life ofPatanjali, 184:and from avarice, constitute yama or the five commandments. These five commandments are simple andPatanjali, 184:yama or the five commandments. These five commandments are simple and clear and yet, if practised,Patanjali, 184:is in reality a summation of the others. These commandments are curiously complete and cover thePatanjali, 186:2 - The Steps to Union 31. Yama (or the five commandments) constitutes the universal duty and isPatanjali, 186:requirements, and by a study of these five commandments which form the basis of what the BuddhistPatanjali, 188:factors in the daily life of the disciple. The commandments and the rules must first be kept, andPatanjali, 193:be cultivated. It will be noted that the five Commandments deal specifically with those "thoughtsPatanjali, 193:to yoga" or union, and that the keeping of the Commandments will bring about: Harmlessness insteadPatanjali, 193:is borne in on him that transgression of the Commandments is equally productive of results whetherPatanjali, 201:qualities we have the carrying out of the five Commandments. Patanjali, 204:the Self. It should be remembered that both the Commandments and the Rules (Yama and Nyama) have toPatanjali, 219:of the previous three means to yoga (the Commandments, Rules and Posture) have a definite effectPatanjali, 256:of the would-be yogi. Through keeping the Commandments and the Rules, through the achievements ofPatanjali, 384:of yoga or union, enumerated as follows: the commandments, the rules, posture or attitude, rightPatanjali, 384:29 to 54, and Book III. Sutras 1 to 12.) The Commandments, the Rules, posture of attitude, rightPsychology2, 164:soul, and this septenate of influences. The Ten Commandments of the Semitic religion, and thesePsychology2, 164:by the trained disciple or initiate. 1. The five Commandments The universal duty Second Ray forceRays, 192:into the Mount of God and there received the Ten Commandments. This is the expression of divine lawRays, 756:as to human conduct in the words of the Ten Commandments; upon these, human law has been based andRays, 756:in a somewhat narrow conception of Deity; these Commandments are didactic and [757] present theSoul, 135:which is defined in the East by the Five Commandments. These are: Harmlessness, truth to all
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