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Magic, 105:three types of energy are referred to in the Old Commentary under the following symbolic terms:Magic, 145:of the creative process and see how true the Old Commentary is when it says: "The soundMagic, 216:the spiritual man is working and as the Old Commentary puts it: "One glance the soul doth cast uponMagic, 223:and the certainty from the unreal. As the Old Commentary puts it: "Let the disciple seize hold ofMagic, 235:advisable for the student to read with care the commentary on this rule as given in the Treatise onMagic, 358:earth, which it is his right to inherit. The Old Commentary says in relation to these twoMagic, 440:what had happened. In the words of the Old Commentary: "The sons of God shot forth like arrows fromMagic, 532:that it is difficult for us to grasp it. The Old Commentary describes these two groups in theMagic, 578:of an initiate is a most potent factor. The Old Commentary to which reference has been oft timesMagic, 611:itself which approach the shadow and (as the Old Commentary symbolically expresses it) "rise upPatanjali, 22:only a short tabulation is possible in such a commentary as this is. The ordinary sleep of thePatanjali, 32:which express the one Life. In such a brief commentary as this perforce must be it is not possiblePatanjali, 34:illuminating in this connection and serve as a commentary upon this second point. This is calledPatanjali, 55:of the incarnated sons of God. In such a short commentary as this, it is not possible to write aPatanjali, 85:which dreams give" and in this connection the commentary on Sutra 10 is of interest. The orientalPatanjali, 98:acute perception or clarified sense. In the commentary found in Woods' translation the followingPatanjali, 99:know whilst in manifestation. Vivekananda in his commentary says as follows: "The grosser objectsPatanjali, 103:densest substance. The following words from the commentary dealt with in Woods' translation of thePatanjali, 109:and ably stated by Charles Johnston in his commentary on this sutra as follows: "Each state orPatanjali, 130:covered in this awakening is immense. The old commentary says in this connection: "In the Hall ofPatanjali, 130:up to the third initiation, and the old commentary proceeds: "Within the Hall of Learning, thePatanjali, 131:unfolding the true powers of the soul. The old commentary says in connection with this final stage:Patanjali, 133:the instruments of knowledge. This verse is the commentary upon the previous one. The studentPatanjali, 151:has imposed upon itself. In a small commentary such as this it is impossible to enter with anyPatanjali, 208:the discipline of the Probationary Path. The old commentary which forms the esoteric basis of thePatanjali, 217:the case. Vivekananda points this out in his commentary on the sutra in the following words: "WhenPatanjali, 231:becomes possible. Dvivedi says in his commentary on this sutra: "Abstraction consists in the sensesPatanjali, 257:graduate in the technique. [257] Johnston in his commentary says: "...The means of growthPatanjali, 264:are recognized as constituting one whole. In his commentary, Johnston gives us a picture of thePatanjali, 283:that time is still distant. W. Q. Judge, in his commentary, makes certain interesting remarks, asPatanjali, 304:as to the condition of the body. In the commentary upon Book I Sutra 36, the various centers werePatanjali, 316:full light of day. Ganganatha Jha in his brief commentary touches on all these three. He says:Patanjali, 342:rate of vibration. Ganganatha Jha in his able commentary says: "The specific qualities, sound andPatanjali, 355:root matter. Rama Prasad in his translation and commentary has these words: "Mastery over thePatanjali, 361:will here study Book III. Sutra 26, and the commentary upon it, he will gain some idea of thePatanjali, 389:significance of these words and a study of the commentary of the great teacher Vyasa may serve toPatanjali, 390:attach him to the wheel of rebirth. Vyasa in his commentary points out that karma (or action) is ofPatanjali, 394:stop it. Charles Johnston expresses it in his commentary in the following words: "In like manner,Patanjali, 401:method, one-pointedness and unification. The old commentary makes this clear in certain lines foundPatanjali, 404:forms by which we are surrounded. Dvivedi's commentary and translation leans more to this secondPatanjali, xiv:and paraphrased by the Tibetan Brother and the commentary upon them has been written by myself, andPsychology1, xxii:the human equation. What I have to say will be a commentary upon an expansion of the words found inPsychology1, 28:worlds of concrete and of abstract mind. The Old Commentary puts it thus: "When the hour arrivesPsychology1, 61:incarnate in form, with one hand (as the Old Commentary says) holding firmly to the rock of matterPsychology1, 253:in the human. These are described in the Old Commentary as "the two eyes of Deity, both blind atPsychology1, 259:single, and disappears into the Light." - Old Commentary The factors which determinePsychology1, 264:we live." Then in relation to humanity, the Old Commentary says: "The Lords of the fifth great rayPsychology1, 344:summed up for us in the terse words of the Old Commentary - terse, when we remember that theyPsychology1, 351:well summed up in some sentences from the Old Commentary: "The seven brothers are all the childrenPsychology1, 395:the physical nature and its control. The Old Commentary expresses what happened in the followingPsychology1, 427:in the human. These are described in the Old Commentary as "the two eyes of Deity, both blind atPsychology2, 32:expressed for us in the words of the Old Commentary, found in the archives of the Masters. "ThePsychology2, 33:Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence Then the Old Commentary runs through what would constitute manyPsychology2, 98:- The Seven Laws of Soul or Group Life The Old Commentary says: "He entered into life and knew itPsychology2, 142:fostering of the souls of men." So runs the Old Commentary, if I thus modernize its ancientPsychology2, 149:the Great Decision." This is quoted from the Old Commentary. We will divide what we have to sayPsychology2, 262:hard by low desire" (quoting from the Old Commentary), but once the garment of flesh has beenPsychology2, 290:the mental body are spoken of in the Old Commentary in the following terms: "The Lord of Will tookPsychology2, 353:These three changes are described in the Old Commentary (in which these techniques are to be found)Psychology2, 356:towards the central Point." Thus speaks the Old Commentary, which is so oft quoted in these pages.Rays, 41:life expression." Such is the way that the Old Commentary expresses this. I know no other way inRays, 54:are distinct from each other; and (as the Old Commentary puts it) "the Sound, the [55] final andRays, 72:an accepted member of his group, and as the Old Commentary puts it, "its sound in closing informsRays, 81:and hears the sound which - to quote the Old Commentary. "...pours forth from that central point ofRays, 116:eye. There is a symbolic utterance in the Old Commentary which throws light upon the greatRays, 170:within the developed forms and Who (as the Old Commentary expresses it) "adds darkness unto lightRays, 192:This was of such a radiance that, as the Old Commentary puts it: "He who entered among the first toRays, 196:of the human family and - again quoting the Old Commentary, as far as it is possible to translateRays, 314:and of poised, quiescent will" as the Old Commentary expresses it. The exclamation of the Christ,Rays, 332:yet men sought life, not death." So runs the Old Commentary when referring to the present cycleRays, 375:by the magnetic aspect. This - as the Old Commentary puts it - is "a point of focused fire, foundRays, 395:in love." These ambiguous words of the Old Commentary mean that [396] His decision will (with oneRays, 402:manipulating Master by a triangle. In the Old Commentary it says: "The Master throws Himself -Rays, 404:the first to be used and (again quoting the Old Commentary) "the door once opening inward now opensRays, 457:by the Weaver in fohatic enterprise," as the Old Commentary puts it. It is the first cable,Rays, 492:for the pilgrim's weary feet" (as the Old Commentary puts it), the disciple must begin to react inRays, 499:and then the man stands free." So runs the Old Commentary in one of its more mystical stanzas. ThusRays, 509:work of the "shadow and the reflection." The Old Commentary says in this connection, when dealingRays, 673:and this vision is summed up for him in the Old Commentary in the following words: "When the Rod ofTelepathy, 155:"the lotus of love is floating," as the Old Commentary puts it. All that lies above that on mentalTelepathy, 158:five centers no longer required. [158] The Old Commentary says, in this connection: "Then the three
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