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

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Patanjali, 31:when non-attachment is known. Nirvana, that condition into which the adept passes when the threePatanjali, 36:but is not the samadhi of the adept. It is a condition of intense internal activity instead ofPatanjali, 38:has been expressed by some translators as the condition in which the aspirant becomes aware "of thePatanjali, 40:Belief. On his own plane the soul rehearses a condition analogous to the belief of the aspirant inPatanjali, 40:self-chosen or self-created. This leads to a condition of true apprehension or the ability toPatanjali, 52:Ishvara (the Gurudeva), being unlimited by time condition, is the teacher of the primeval Lords.Patanjali, 52:into the full glory of the liberated soul. This condition became possible through certain factors:Patanjali, 58:at-one-ment with the soul. Aspirants to this condition have to [59] utilize the potent factors ofPatanjali, 63:rules), and only as a balanced and controlled condition of the emotional nature has been broughtPatanjali, 64:problem. Mental inertia is due to the lethargic condition of the "vesture of consciousness" whichPatanjali, 67:that brings a man back again and again into the condition of physical plane existence. The disciplePatanjali, 68:sensuous perception carried to a very advanced condition. It is misleading and, apart from itsPatanjali, 71:nature. Each of these four results expresses the condition of the lower man; they deal with thePatanjali, 71:of failure, and this engenders in him a condition of remorse, of disgust, despair and ofPatanjali, 71:Misplaced bodily activity. The inner condition works out on the physical plane as an intensePatanjali, 73:of darkness into light and to lead him from the condition of death into immortality. Once thePatanjali, 79:relations and rhythmic living will produce that condition wherein stillness of the vehicles or ofPatanjali, 85:the aspirant. To the oriental, the deepest dream condition is that in which the real man is sunkPatanjali, 85:recollect truly and accurately when awake. This condition is physical plane dreaming. [86] ThenPatanjali, 86:plane dreaming. [86] Then there is the dream condition in which the man participates when immersedPatanjali, 86:body. The knowledge given by the physical plane condition is largely instinctual; that achievedPatanjali, 86:that achieved through the astral dream condition is largely sensuous. One is racial and groupPatanjali, 86:In these three dream states we have the condition of the thinker in the three planes in the threePatanjali, 87:is called the "state of samadhi". This is that condition wherein the adept can put the entire lowerPatanjali, 87:life on the physical plane is but a dream condition. Patanjali, 93:the form aspect does the perceiver arrive at a condition where he can begin to understand thePatanjali, 94:and the object, this is called the mental condition of judicial reasoning. In this sutra and thePatanjali, 97:transcended and only the idea is present. This condition is the state of "meditation without seed,"Patanjali, 101:that which is to be seen, then there is as yet a condition of form perception. Only when all formsPatanjali, 101:its relation to spirit. Therefore this higher condition of meditation is likened to a sleep orPatanjali, 101:of meditation is likened to a sleep or trance condition, [102] but is the antithesis of physicalPatanjali, 103:the inertia (or tamas) aspect of matter and the condition of the bodies of the yogi when in thePatanjali, 103:so complete that to the eye of the average man a condition of quiescence is achieved which is thePatanjali, 103:which is the sublimation of the tamasic or inert condition of the densest substance. The followingPatanjali, 108:en rapport with the thought world, or with that condition of substance in which is registered thePatanjali, 108:them. The super contemplative state. In this condition perception is unfailingly accurate and thePatanjali, 112:overcome, or in full operation. 5. Avidya is the condition of confusing the permanent, pure,Patanjali, 129:of their being. This verse sums [129] up the condition of every man from the savage stage upPatanjali, 129:kind are evident, is found in the great basic condition which is the limitation of form itself,Patanjali, 131:- Book 2 - The Steps to Union 5. Avidya is the condition of confusing the permanent, pure, blissfulPatanjali, 131:impure, painful and the not-self. This condition of ignorance, or the "state of avidya" isPatanjali, 133:pain. When this is not realized, the man is in a condition of avidya. When it is in process ofPatanjali, 139:The first are those which exist in a dormant condition in the form of impressions, whereas thePatanjali, 173:is to cause a great longing for a different condition and a great desire for liberation and forPatanjali, 173:the "Father's" home and the Prodigal's present condition. It is this inherent capacity for "bliss"Patanjali, 173:and progress. Dissatisfaction with the present condition is based upon a dim memory of a time ofPatanjali, 195:beasts are rendered impotent and this by the condition of the mind-state of the aspirant or yogin. Patanjali, 203:which is the generic term covering this condition of mind, is the great impulse [204] whichPatanjali, 205:see the self The synthetic result of the triple condition of the above sheaths. The "conquest ofPatanjali, 205:perceptions are refined and when the vibratory condition of the vital body is justly attuned, thePatanjali, 212:or egoic lotus. There is then brought about a condition in which the brain, the mental body and thePatanjali, 213:when in meditation, a firm steadfast unwavering condition of the astral or emotional body in thePatanjali, 222:allied with the etheric centers, into proper condition. These physical organs are themselves neverPatanjali, 224:It should be borne in mind that the ideal condition is here dealt with and that no aspirant canPatanjali, 225:the body are justly arranged, the "motionless" condition can be somewhat reached, the vital airs inPatanjali, 226:brings the entire lower personal man into a condition, first of rhythmic response to the innerPatanjali, 226:of complete quiescence or stillness. This latter condition of receptive waiting, if one might soPatanjali, 228:in the light -," the idea being that once the condition of quiescence [229] has been reached, andPatanjali, 230:of sense perception are brought into a quiescent condition. The consciousness of the real man noPatanjali, 234:factor are equally balanced, then comes the condition of one-pointedness. 13. Through this processPatanjali, 234:plexus, comes perfected knowledge as to the condition of the body. 30. By fixing the attention uponPatanjali, 234:is free from the seeds of bondage, attains the condition of isolated unity. 51. There should bePatanjali, 234:the objective forms and the soul have reached a condition of equal purity, then is At-one-mentPatanjali, 246:Their use brings the mind into a controlled condition so that the aspirant can make it adjust whatPatanjali, 248:conditions; they exist within his mind. This condition is followed by one in which his realizationPatanjali, 250:by the desire [250] nature he "enters into" that condition which has four outstandingPatanjali, 262:the soul. It should be remembered here that this condition of the mind and brain is a positive one,Patanjali, 262:early stages of soul unfoldment, yet the ideal condition is that of being in a state of realizationPatanjali, 263:factor are equally balanced, then comes the condition of one-pointedness. The Sanskrit term used isPatanjali, 263:concentration, all give some idea of the mind condition under consideration. The aspirant is nowPatanjali, 264:with the life it veils. This is in itself a dual condition but not in the ordinarily acceptedPatanjali, 304:plexus, comes perfected knowledge as to the condition of the body. In the commentary upon Book IPatanjali, 308:are told in this sutra that knowledge as to the condition of the body comes through meditation uponPatanjali, 341:polarized in his forms, but is actually in a condition of disembodiedness. His consciousness isPatanjali, 348:the expression fully to convey the idea) the condition of the third or form aspect through whichPatanjali, 350:nature. He studies each sense in its twofold condition, that of the external instrument [351] andPatanjali, 351:eye vibrates to those impacts which produce the condition of sight, but fails to respond to thosePatanjali, 356:over all conditions and becomes omniscient. The condition of the man who can do this has been wellPatanjali, 357:to in Book II. Sutra 45, and intermediate to the condition mentioned there and that referred to inPatanjali, 358:is free from the seeds of bondage, attains the condition of isolated unity. The isolated unityPatanjali, 368:the objective forms and the soul have reached a condition of equal purity, then is At-one-mentPatanjali, 382:and they become transmuted and brought to a condition where they are adequate to the thought orPatanjali, 384:bring the entire lower nature into such a condition that the more drastic methods can produce rapidPatanjali, 390:a term synonymous with the Christian idea of the condition of being a lost soul. These cases are,Patanjali, 390:and the practice of black magic. Though this condition involves the severing of the highestPatanjali, 396:eternally exist. Thus only can he achieve the "condition of Isolated Unity" described in Book III.Patanjali, 398:until a more favorable soil and more suitable condition can cause them to germinate, unfold, growPatanjali, 401:towards [401] a sattvic or rhythmic, harmonious condition, and away from the tamasic condition ofPatanjali, 401:harmonious condition, and away from the tamasic condition of inertia, of immobility. This isPatanjali, 401:are all turned towards the same object. When the condition is reversed and the man on the physicalPatanjali, 405:with the realization aspect, or with the condition of awareness of the indwelling thinker and isPatanjali, 407:state of consciousness and a steadily increasing condition of awareness becomes apparent. In thisPatanjali, 409:is a positive activity, not a negative state or condition. Much of the work done under the name ofPatanjali, 409:the brain is an automatic reaction to the higher condition. In Raja Yoga, therefore, [410] contactPatanjali, 410:stuff for which he is responsible into such a condition that it becomes responsive to divinePatanjali, 411:and matter. The soul is ever aware of this condition; man on the physical plane is blind to it orPatanjali, 411:responsiveness to the higher becomes a stable condition and the vibratory activity of the lower manPatanjali, 414:endeavor be to bring that instrument into such a condition that it can be used to the best possiblePatanjali, 414:forward to a logical conclusion) to a chaotic condition. All this has risen from the refusal ofPatanjali, xii:as known by the spiritual man, becomes also the condition of awareness of the man in physical
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