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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CONCENTRATION
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Intellect, 238:and aspect can be omitted, and the act of concentration, having become (through persistence andIntellect, 255:minutes to complete, he tries to hold the concentration as long as possible, and at the height ofMagic, 15:method of meditation (in its first two stages of concentration and prolonged concentration orMagic, 15:first two stages of concentration and prolonged concentration or meditation) plays in relation toMagic, 84:the attitude is one of concrete materialism, of concentration upon form, and a desire for theMagic, 129:to learn and to learn early and that is, that concentration upon the personality of the Teacher,Magic, 130:The capacity for abstract thought and for concentration on the ideal is only now in process ofMagic, 134:of the plan or vision. They must avoid unequal concentration of thought [135] upon that part of theMagic, 151:forward, produces an interlude of intense concentration and it is in this moment that the aspirantMagic, 151:as to the part he has to play, and the concentration of energy which he has succeeded in bringingMagic, 162:own thought-forms. Thought creation, through concentration and meditation, is a potently dangerousMagic, 220:terms: Rule 1 - Recollection, resulting in concentration. Rule 2 - Response, resulting in anMagic, 227:of others. The stage wherein the soul, through concentration and meditation succeeds in imposingMagic, 345:habit by - 3. A direct method of relaxation, concentration, stillness and flushing the entireMagic, 366:Every true student knows that this involves concentration in order to focus or orient the lowerMagic, 481:I speak now for aspirants, who, through concentration and meditation, are gaining power in thought.Magic, 492:is a more general appreciation of the value of concentration and of meditation, and until theMagic, 503:meditation and through the steady practice of concentration; develop the capacity to liveMagic, 515:the emotional body, and of achieving that concentration and meditation which will serve to focusMeditation, 21:that attaches to the fifth ray. He has not that concentration that forces results, and he needs theMeditation, 33:the gradual stilling of the lower mind, through concentration and the wise following of the egoicMeditation, 93:especially of the dense physical. Aspiration, concentration and determination are necessaryMeditation, 120:the uninitiated. It lies in the fact that in the concentration of thought that necessarily arisesMeditation, 189:that bring about the desired end but the mental concentration that visualizes the results to beMeditation, 242:the healers will be to aid those methods through concentration on the subtler bodies. This appliesMeditation, 258:reiterates from day to day the arduous task of concentration and of mind control, there stand onMeditation, 261:known. The practice of meditation and the inner concentration there brought about awakens theMeditation, 273:occult meditation and service; the inner life of concentration and the outer life of practice; theMeditation, 282:always at regularity, at calmness, at that inner concentration that holds the mystery of the HighMeditation, 297:is becoming everywhere admitted. Schools for concentration and methods of mental development areMeditation, 297:True meditation is as yet little understood. Concentration is but the foundation upon which theMeditation, 340:thought has been made clear in many books on concentration and meditation, and needs not myMeditation, 354:It is a power known only to those who practice concentration in yoga, and is centered within theMeditation, 358:Ego. It involves the exercise, regulation, and concentration of thought. Ray One of the sevenPatanjaliThe consciousness of an object is attained by concentration upon its fourfold nature: the form,Patanjalierroneous perception, inability to achieve concentration, failure to hold the meditative attitudePatanjalibe trained to steadiness through those forms of concentration which have relation to the sensePatanjaligive. 39. Peace can also be reached through concentration upon that which is dearest to the heart.Patanjaliidea is present. 44. The same two processes of concentration, with and without judicial action ofPatanjali, 13:lower modifications. This is achieved through concentration - the concentrated effort of the soulPatanjali, 23:which is a condition of such intense spiritual concentration and focusing in the spiritual or atmicPatanjali, 33:The consciousness of an object is attained by concentration on its fourfold nature: the form,Patanjali, 36:of external; it is an attitude of one-pointed concentration. The aspirant is, however, responsivePatanjali, 37:unfoldment dealt with in this book: Aspiration, Concentration, Meditation, Contemplation,Patanjali, 37:inspired by that which he has sought to know. Concentration (or intense focusing) results inPatanjali, 38:The cloud is perceived as the result of intense concentration and the stilling of the lowerPatanjali, 62:erroneous perception, inability to achieve concentration, failure to hold the meditative attitudePatanjali, 69:which is characteristic of the man who - through concentration and meditation - has achieved mindPatanjali, 70:forward. Obstacle VIII - Inability to achieve Concentration The two last obstacles indicate the wayPatanjali, 70:but it must also include the two stages of concentration, focusing or control of the mind, andPatanjali, 72:the body. It will be found in an intense inner concentration upon rhythmic living and in thePatanjali, 75:Then comes the application of the will and its concentration upon the principle, or upon thePatanjali, 78:be trained to steadiness through those forms of concentration which have relation to the sensePatanjali, 79:following suggestions: Method Sense Result 1. Concentration upon the tip of the nose smellPatanjali, 79:upon the tip of the nose smell perfumes. 2. Concentration upon the root of the tongue hearingPatanjali, 79:upon the root of the tongue hearing sounds. 3. Concentration upon the middle of the tongue tastePatanjali, 79:upon the middle of the tongue taste flames. 4. Concentration upon the middle of the tongue touchPatanjali, 79:the middle of the tongue touch vibration. 5. Concentration upon the palate sight pictures, visions.Patanjali, 81:be trained to steadiness through those forms of concentration which have relation to the sensePatanjali, 82:Heart center. Peace can also be reached through concentration upon that which is dearest to thePatanjali, 87:of Union 39. Peace can also be reached through concentration upon that which is dearest to thePatanjali, 92:appreciation of the form and its constituents; Concentration, an act of the will whereby the formPatanjali, 97:Problem of Union 44. The same two processes of concentration, with and without judicial action ofPatanjali, 100:last four sutras have dealt with those forms of concentration which have been built up around anPatanjali, 112:Through purification comes also a quiet spirit, concentration, conquest of the organs, and abilityPatanjali, 112:through persistent slight effort and through the concentration of the mind upon the infinite. 48.Patanjali, 136:underlying all forms. Hate is the result of concentration upon form and of a forgetfulness of thatPatanjali, 183:man or thinker. Means VI. Attention. Dharana. Concentration. Fixation of the mind. Here thePatanjali, 184:the mind (controlled through the practise of concentration and meditation) transmits to thePatanjali, 204:Through purification comes also a quiet spirit, concentration, conquest of the organs, and abilityPatanjali, 205:2. A quiet spirit The emotional vehicle, 3. Concentration The lower mind or the mental body, 4.Patanjali, 215:through persistent slight effort and through the concentration of the mind upon the infinite. ThisPatanjali, 215:and hence can concentrate the mind, and his concentration of the mind is then so one-pointed thatPatanjali, 234:Book 3 - Union achieved and its Results 1. Concentration is the fixing of the chitta (mind stuff)Patanjali, 234:particular object. This is dharana. 2. Sustained concentration (dharana) is meditation (dhyana). 3.Patanjali, 234:self, this is contemplation or samadhi. 4. When concentration, meditation and contemplation formPatanjali, 234:one-pointed meditation upon the moon. 28. Concentration upon the Pole-Star will give knowledge ofPatanjali, 234:discriminative faculty when there is one-pointed concentration upon moments and their continuousPatanjali, 234:- Book 3 - Union achieved and its Results 1. Concentration is the fixing of the chitta (mind stuff)Patanjali, 234:The first step towards this unfoldment is concentration, or the ability to hold the mind steadilyPatanjali, 244:has chosen to concentrate. The stages in concentration are themselves well marked and can be statedPatanjali, 244:of close attention to the object chosen for concentration, The visualization of that object,Patanjali, 245:In one of the Puranas the idea embodied in concentration is expressed most beautifully. ThePatanjali, 246:realization of the necessity for "objects" in concentration that originated the demand for images,Patanjali, 246:to the attainment of fixed attention or a concentration of all the mental faculties. The mind thenPatanjali, 246:be done for the space of twelve seconds, true concentration is being achieved. [247] Patanjali, 247:3 - Union achieved and its Results 2. Sustained Concentration (dharana) is meditation (dhyana).Patanjali, 247:(dhyana). Meditation is but the extension of concentration and grows out of the facility a manPatanjali, 247:It falls under the same rules and conditions as concentration and the only distinction between thePatanjali, 248:In the two stages of dharana and dhyana, of concentration and of meditation, the mind is thePatanjali, 250:Book 3 - Union achieved and its Results 4. When concentration, meditation and contemplation formPatanjali, 256:of, and safely to cultivate the powers of concentration, meditation and contemplation. HavingPatanjali, 259:the earlier stages, but it is much higher than concentration and meditation with seed as usuallyPatanjali, 263:single in intent, fixed, synthesized, perfected concentration, all give some idea of the mindPatanjali, 281:not the dense tangible sheath. The yogi, through concentration and meditation, has acquired thePatanjali, 282:be adequately accomplished by the seer through a concentration of his consciousness in the ego, thePatanjali, 283:Their direction up the spine to the head, Their concentration there and subsequent abstractionPatanjali, 287:identify himself with all other selves through concentration upon what are sometimes called thePatanjali, 302:of the significance of this sutra: "One-pointed concentration upon the mother of forms (the moon)Patanjali, 303:- Book 3 - Union achieved and its Results 28. Concentration upon the Pole-Star will give knowledge
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