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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CONSCIOUS
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Meditation, 289:the moon approaches the full) when he becomes conscious within his brain that those figures are notMeditation, 290:is not quite the same. The student becomes conscious during his moments of intensest aspiration inMeditation, 290:of the Great Ones. The student at first is only conscious of a feeling of momentary heightening,Meditation, 291:forget not) whereby the earnest student may be conscious in his physical brain of having contactedMeditation, 315:work. He will have to train them too in this conscious functioning. Under him will work sixMeditation, 315:six instructors, of whom one at least must be a conscious clairvoyant, and able to assist the HeadMeditation, 330:developed so that he will become a conscious psychic of the mental type, where he will be trainedMeditation, 330:the pupil's vibration, ray, color and tone. The conscious refining of all the bodies beginning withMeditation, 331:the inherent powers of the soul will become conscious powers. Above all, will the emphasis be laidMeditation, 349:cares not if he seem to work in the dark and is conscious of little result from his labors,Meditation, 354:personal desire. Kumaras The highest seven self-conscious beings in the solar system. These sevenPatanjaliof Union, gives the rules and the means whereby: Conscious contact can be made with the soul, thePatanjali, 11:the plane of densest manifestation through the conscious intelligent control of the lower nature. Patanjali, 21:activities of the mind which eventuate in the conscious relation between the sense employed andPatanjali, 23:or the sleep of the yogi, the result of the conscious scientific withdrawal of the real man fromPatanjali, 33:form of any kind has a soul, and that soul or conscious principle is identical with that in thePatanjali, 35:the Oversoul subserves the one plan and is group-conscious. Thus through these four stages ofPatanjali, 54:the AUM. This is the Pranava, the sound of conscious Life itself as It is breathed forth into allPatanjali, 58:they synchronize with the note or sound of the conscious indweller. Speaking correctly, the Word isPatanjali, 58:discipline, coupled with service - have made a conscious at-one-ment with the soul. Aspirants toPatanjali, 71:obstacles as yet overcome him; he is ceaselessly conscious of failure, and this engenders in him aPatanjali, 74:monadic, are not principles at all. Through the conscious utilization of the will on each plane,Patanjali, 109:as the centers are awakened and brought into conscious control, they place the man en rapport withPatanjali, 110:consciousness as one with all other energies, or conscious expressions of divine life. The lastPatanjali, 121:specifically to do with the physical body, its conscious (not subconscious and automatic)Patanjali, 130:gradually becomes aware of himself as he is and conscious of his environment. As this environmentPatanjali, 143:When the field of ignorance becomes the field of conscious experience and when the chains are feltPatanjali, 168:aspect, The union of thinking man or the self-conscious reflection in the three worlds with thePatanjali, 177:final stage. The initiate can now say, with full conscious knowledge, "I am that I am" and he knowsPatanjali, 179:a new world and seeks to make them his own in conscious experience upon the physical plane. ItPatanjali, 212:physical man, into the head. This necessitates a conscious withdrawal of the consciousness to aPatanjali, 212:in the neighborhood of the pineal gland, and its conscious definite centering there. Transfer ofPatanjali, 226:is concentrated upon the attainment of: The conscious coordination of the three bodies or sheaths,Patanjali, 247:it). In fact, the mind should, at the time, be conscious only of itself and the object." The man'sPatanjali, 247:and sights are lost sight of and the brain is conscious only of the object which is the topic orPatanjali, 248:relation to it. The two states in which he is conscious of himself and of the object of hisPatanjali, 254:A man becomes lucid and clear sighted. He is conscious of a growing power in himself which willPatanjali, 294:but adding to it the intellectual knowledge and conscious power of the trained occultist and yogi.Patanjali, 296:light, as Patanjali here points out, we become conscious of that which is subtle, or of thosePatanjali, 296:those things which can only be known through a conscious use of our subtle bodies. These subtlePatanjali, 296:unconsciously. Through this light we also become conscious of that which is hidden or as yetPatanjali, 319:heart, knowledge of the second aspect, of the conscious intelligent principle which makes a man aPatanjali, 321:kingdom, and thus demonstrate as a fully conscious son of God. Through the form, experience isPatanjali, 322:of form is the soul, the self, the spiritual conscious man, the Christ within. When through thisPatanjali, 322:subtler realms, and through their awakening and conscious use he becomes able to function as freelyPatanjali, 364:soul. All these living forms of divine life are conscious, even though all states of consciousnessPatanjali, 365:be, to that of a solar Logos. The state of the conscious response of all forms to theirPatanjali, 369:He is free and liberated, and can say with full conscious realization of the significance of thePatanjali, 381:of that evolution upon the vehicles in which the conscious entity functions, is the sum total ofPatanjali, 382:or lower. The effect of the transference of our conscious thinking state from a low objective to aPatanjali, 388:produced by the love or desire nature of the conscious one; meditation is a producer of effects andPatanjali, 392:of opposites, are now engaged in the process of conscious intelligent emancipation of themselvesPatanjali, 395:to experience." Inherent in the informing self-conscious lives of our system (those existences whoPatanjali, 416:The Soul. The second aspect. The AUM. The self-conscious Entity. The second Person. The Thinker.Patanjali, 421:in the state of spiritual being. The man becomes conscious of himself as the knower and is noPatanjali, 425:of soul contact, the arriving at union (conscious and intelligent) with the One. This union mayPatanjali, viii:the physical body, that Yoga which brings into conscious use and manipulation the various organs,Patanjali, xii:becomes aware of the self, the soul, and this conscious awareness only becomes possible when thePatanjali, xii:all forms in the three worlds. When the state of conscious being, as known by the spiritual man,Problems, 68:opposing them. There are reactionary and class conscious people in the British [69] Empire who fearProblems, 133:hierarchy. The guidance of the human being into conscious relation to Christ and that spiritualProblems, 135:are registering a deep spiritual need, are conscious of the stirrings of the spirit and areProblems, 147:light and influencing the lives of men towards conscious recognition of divinity. Men on a largeProblems, 147:of the life of God on earth through a Christ-conscious humanity. When this has assumed largeProblems, 148:men are divine, that some men are already God-conscious and expressing divinity and that some areProblems, 149:and its Membership, this effort was intentional, conscious and deliberate; on the part of man, itProblems, 161:Meditation and Worship - must now be added conscious Invocation, plus a trained expectancy of aProblems, 170:their consciences trouble them; they are conscious of the inequality of opportunity, of the gravePsychology1, 13:applied knowledge are not yet theirs. Many are conscious of consciousness, and are aware of thePsychology1, 14:that from the microscopic interest of the self-conscious man - for we shall retain the parablePsychology1, 17:response to environment, and therefore a form of conscious expression. The seven rays are the firstPsychology1, 22:stands outside of the appearance and which is conscious of that appearance. This involves awarenessPsychology1, 27:human, the combination of these three produces conscious response to the environment, regarding thePsychology1, 27:Deity. They produce in the human kingdom a self-conscious awareness, and in the superhuman world aPsychology1, 28:transitional period which links the era of self-conscious existence with that of a group-consciousPsychology1, 28:of self-conscious existence with that of a group-conscious world. It is extant in the age whichPsychology1, 3+4:existence, through the varying unfoldments of a conscious response to divine interplay andPsychology1, 3+4:place to the qualified radiation of the self-conscious spiritual identity which is that of a son ofPsychology1, 35:of the appearing life. Form - Mutability, conscious response to radiation. Matter.Psychology1, 38:then subjected to a triple illusion, and he, the conscious life behind the illusion, begins toPsychology1, 41:the One Life. From its very nature, the soul is conscious or aware in three directions. It isPsychology1, 41:or aware in three directions. It is God-conscious; it is group-conscious; it is self-conscious.Psychology1, 41:directions. It is God-conscious; it is group-conscious; it is self-conscious. This self-consciousPsychology1, 41:God-conscious; it is group-conscious; it is self-conscious. This self-conscious aspect is broughtPsychology1, 41:group-conscious; it is self-conscious. This self-conscious aspect is brought to fruition in thePsychology1, 41:appearance of a human being; the group-conscious aspect retains the human state of consciousness,Psychology1, 41:of spirit in its relationships; it is God-conscious only potentially, and in that unfoldment lies,Psychology1, 41:its own growth upward and outward after its self-conscious aspect is perfected and itsPsychology1, 42:spirit and matter. The soul is an embodiment of conscious mind, the expression, if one might soPsychology1, 46:pairs of opposites produced the varying types of conscious reaction to experience which, in theirPsychology1, 55:reached. It constitutes the spiritual entity, a conscious psychical being, a son of God, possessingPsychology1, 57:been the case, even when unrealized), but the conscious thinking entity knows the fact of the unityPsychology1, 57:form of His solar system with life, and as being conscious of His work, of His project and HisPsychology1, 58:is part of the outer garment of God. Man's self-conscious soul is en rapport with the soul of allPsychology1, 58:and because of this can become aware of the conscious purpose of Deity; can intelligently cooperatePsychology1, 59:the quality of the physical body. They are the conscious executors of [60] divine purpose; They arePsychology1, 60:The seven ray Beings, unlike man, are fully conscious and entirely aware of the purpose and thePsychology1, 60:toward fulfilment." They are fully self-conscious and group-conscious; They are the sum total ofPsychology1, 60:They are fully self-conscious and group-conscious; They are the sum total of the universal mind;Psychology1, 90:is a superstition, a defense mechanism, and that conscious thought with all the higher
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