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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CONSCIOUSNESS
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Patanjali, 158:Hindu books the tanmatras. They have to do with consciousness more than form and are the "specialPatanjali, 158:and are the "special modifications of buddhi or consciousness" (Ganganatha Jha). They are: ThePatanjali, 158:lies the sixth tanmatra or modification of the consciousness principle, the "feeling ofPatanjali, 158:personality" as it has been called, the "I am I" consciousness, the ahamkara principle. It is thisPatanjali, 158:reality and of one's being a separated unit of consciousness. It is the basis of the great "heresyPatanjali, 167:to be recognized by the soul, the perceiving consciousness. Through the process of this blending ofPatanjali, 169:that which they perceive or bring within the consciousness of the soul. When through this ignorancePatanjali, 169:the Hall of Learning. Realization, expansion of consciousness and identification with the spiritualPatanjali, 170:Initiation, or the progressive expansions of consciousness through which the disciple passes underPatanjali, 171:seeks in the affairs of every day to cultivate a consciousness of the real and a negation of thePatanjali, 172:The Hindu teaching holds that the states of mind-consciousness are seven in number. The [173] sixthPatanjali, 174:a full realization of the significance of group consciousness. H.P.B. has said that a sense ofPatanjali, 176:dealt with above. The stage wherein the consciousness shifts completely out of the lowerPatanjali, 176:lower personality and becomes the true spiritual consciousness, centered in the real man, the egoPatanjali, 176:real man, the ego or soul. This brings in the consciousness of the Christ nature which is love,Patanjali, 195:present or partially present in the perceiver's consciousness. If enmity and hatred are thereforePatanjali, 203:powers and the development of the psychic consciousness are also largely dealt with. The entirePatanjali, 212:a state called "samadhi" is achieved wherein the consciousness of the thinker is transferred out ofPatanjali, 212:thinker is transferred out of the lower brain consciousness into that of the spiritual man or soulPatanjali, 212:be stated to be as follows: Transfer of the consciousness of the body, the outgoing instinctualPatanjali, 212:of the body, the outgoing instinctual consciousness of the physical man, into the head. ThisPatanjali, 212:This necessitates a conscious withdrawal of the consciousness to a point within the brain in thePatanjali, 212:definite centering there. Transfer of the consciousness out of the head or brain into the mind orPatanjali, 212:or withdrawing process. Transfer of the consciousness from out of the mental body into that of thePatanjali, 221:dense physical plane or the etheric levels of consciousness. It will be obvious that much of thePatanjali, 225:plane, Or the bringing down into the lower brain consciousness, of light, illumination andPatanjali, 229:the right withdrawal or abstraction of the consciousness which is outgoing towards the world ofPatanjali, 230:of [230] phenomena, and must learn to center his consciousness in the great central station in thePatanjali, 230:are brought into a quiescent condition. The consciousness of the real man no longer surges outwardsPatanjali, 230:by the sixth sense, the mind and all the consciousness and the perceptive faculty of the aspirantPatanjali, 230:in stages: The withdrawal of the physical consciousness, or perception through hearing, touch,Patanjali, 230:perception becomes simply mental and the brain consciousness is all that is active on the physicalPatanjali, 230:on the physical plane. The withdrawal of the consciousness into the region of the pineal gland, soPatanjali, 231:The next stage is that of abstracting the [231] consciousness into the head center, the thousandPatanjali, 231:lotus or sahasara, by knowingly withdrawing the consciousness out of the head. This can be done inPatanjali, 231:out of the head. This can be done in full waking consciousness when certain rules are learned andPatanjali, 231:the five senses. The abstracting of the consciousness into the astral body and thus freeing it fromPatanjali, 234:Finally these pass away, and the perceiving consciousness has full sway. 10. Through thePatanjali, 234:upon the awakened light will produce the consciousness of that which is subtle, hidden or remote.Patanjali, 234:one-pointedly fixed upon the sun, will come a consciousness (or knowledge) of the seven worlds. 27.Patanjali, 234:of the intuition. 34. Understanding of the mind-consciousness comes from one-pointed meditationPatanjali, 234:these are all along the line of expansions of consciousness and the demonstration of psychicPatanjali, 244:to concentrate, The withdrawing of the mind-consciousness from the periphery of the body, so thatPatanjali, 244:contact (the five senses) are stilled, and the consciousness is no longer outgoing, The centeringPatanjali, 244:is no longer outgoing, The centering of the consciousness and its steadying within the head at aPatanjali, 244:the form. This process gradually steps up the consciousness and enables the aspirant to arrive atPatanjali, 246:gradually inwards and enable him to transfer his consciousness from the physical plane into thePatanjali, 246:any other object or thought entering into one's consciousness is most difficult of achievement, andPatanjali, 249:the yogi loses sight of: His brain consciousness or the physical plane apprehensions as to time andPatanjali, 250:characteristics: Absorption in the soul consciousness and therefore awareness of the soul of allPatanjali, 250:souls, subhuman, human, and superhuman. Group consciousness somewhat expresses the idea, just asPatanjali, 250:somewhat expresses the idea, just as separated consciousness, or realization of one's ownPatanjali, 250:of one's own individual identity, characterizes consciousness in the three worlds. Illumination orPatanjali, 251:choose. He can polarize or center himself in the consciousness of the ego, soul or spiritual man,Patanjali, 252:knowledge of duality. There is yet a higher consciousness than this, that realization which isPatanjali, 253:and the man on the physical plane, in his brain consciousness, is thereby enabled to perceive thatPatanjali, 253:Meditation, Polarization in the soul or egoic consciousness, Contemplation, or the turning of thePatanjali, 253:upon the brain and the man, in his physical consciousness, becomes cognizant of what the soulPatanjali, 254:worlds as well as the soul realm. 2. Lucidity of consciousness. A man becomes lucid and clearPatanjali, 256:the body, and through the power to withdraw his consciousness and center it in the head, thePatanjali, 256:only prepare a man for that state of spiritual consciousness which transcends thought, which isPatanjali, 256:realization, identification, nirvanic consciousness, etc. It is useless for the neophyte to attemptPatanjali, 258:Finally these pass away, and the perceiving consciousness has full sway. If the student will lookPatanjali, 259:the mind-impress of control. Then the perceiving consciousness follows after the moment of control.Patanjali, 259:the sequential nature of these two states of consciousness are gradually offset, and in time theyPatanjali, 259:He then slips suddenly out of the lower state of consciousness and realizes his identity with thePatanjali, 262:brain. A downflow into the physical brain of the consciousness of the perceiver, the soul. ThisPatanjali, 263:a very active mental state, for the perceiving consciousness is aware of the object in a mostPatanjali, 264:directed upon that object. The perceiving consciousness is also aware of its identification withPatanjali, 264:There is, however, a still higher state of consciousness when the unity of the life in all forms isPatanjali, 265:in objective existence of some life. This is the consciousness aspect and two great revelations arePatanjali, 266:symbol or form. [266] The revelation of full consciousness, or the streaming forth of that responsePatanjali, 266:of awareness. The revelation of that which the consciousness aspect (the second aspect) is in itsPatanjali, 266:make its presence known through the quality of consciousness in one or other of its many states. 3.Patanjali, 266:by the form but testified to by the factor of consciousness, he becomes aware of the present stagePatanjali, 270:as to the nature of evil). The second aspect (consciousness) or the Christ or Vishnu aspect relatesPatanjali, 271:those forces which in every form constitute the consciousness aspect, which concern the Christ orPatanjali, 271:the sum total of all forms and of all states of consciousness continues to sound the cosmic AUM,Patanjali, 272:Breath. 6. The AUM. 6. The Worlds. 7. Life. 7. Consciousness Aspect. 7. Activity Aspect. 8.Patanjali, 273:the work carried steadily forward, the realm of consciousness is revealed and the yogi is enPatanjali, 273:but the shadow, he is in touch with the Christ consciousness, with the soul of his being which isPatanjali, 281:meditation, has acquired the power to center his consciousness in the true or spiritual man and toPatanjali, 281:he." At will the trained seer can withdraw his consciousness from the physical plane and center itPatanjali, 282:by the seer through a concentration of his consciousness in the ego, the spiritual man or soul, andPatanjali, 286:home in the subtler realms and higher spheres of consciousness. Patanjali, 290:aroused and conjoined to that of the second or consciousness aspect, to soul energy, that ofPatanjali, 291:upon the awakened light will produce the consciousness of that which is subtle, hidden or remote.Patanjali, 293:to full functioning activity and the center of consciousness is transferred out of the emotionalPatanjali, 293:the emotional nature into the illuminated mind consciousness. This marks the transition which thePatanjali, 295:the awakening of the heart center leads a man to consciousness of the source of the heart centerPatanjali, 297:one-pointedly fixed upon the sun, will come a consciousness (or knowledge) of the seven worlds.Patanjali, 298:into seven planes embodying seven states of consciousness and enfolding seven great types of livingPatanjali, 298:Tatya World of the emanating cause. Absolute consciousness. World of the first aspect. 6. MonadicPatanjali, 298:aspect. 6. Monadic Plane Tapas Divine world. God-consciousness. World of the second aspect. 5.Patanjali, 298:5. Atmic Plane Jana Spiritual world. Planetary consciousness. World of the third aspect. 4. BuddhicPatanjali, 298:Prajapatya Christ world. Intuitional or Christ consciousness. Group consciousness. 3. Mental PlanePatanjali, 298:Intuitional or Christ consciousness. Group consciousness. 3. Mental Plane Mahendra World of thePatanjali, 298:Mahendra World of the mind and of the soul. Mind consciousness. 2. Astral Plane Antariksa World ofPatanjali, 298:Antariksa World of the emotions Kamic or desire consciousness. 1. Physical Plane Bhu Earth worldPatanjali, 298:1. Physical Plane Bhu Earth world Physical consciousness. [299] It is interesting to note certain
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