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

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Psychology1, 425:in space human kingdom - the goal of the human consciousness through the realization of the abovePsychology2, 4:and has its being." The unfoldment of the human consciousness is signalized sequentially by thePsychology2, 4:should therefore be remembered: The personality consciousness is that of the third aspect ofPsychology2, 4:divinity on the plane of appearances. The egoic consciousness is that of the second aspect ofPsychology2, 4:quality through the outer form. The monadic consciousness is that of the first aspect of divinity,Psychology2, 5:that our universe (as far as the highest human consciousness can as yet conceive of it) is to bePsychology2, 5:plane. We are dealing, therefore, as far as consciousness is concerned, with what might be regardedPsychology2, 7:the bigger questions we will not deal. With the consciousness of the life of God as it expressesPsychology2, 7:following three points: With the strictly human consciousness as it begins with the process ofPsychology2, 7:in the dominant personality. With the egoic consciousness, which is that of the solar angel as itPsychology2, 7:absolutely nothing to us, for it concerns the consciousness of the planetary Logos. This begins toPsychology2, 10:complications and consequences in the world consciousness and state of being. Hence also the needPsychology2, 12:of World Servers for that great transition in consciousness which we call initiation. What,Psychology2, 12:dimensional world by the expansion of a man's consciousness so that he can include and encompassPsychology2, 15:of ideas and to bring [15] them through into consciousness. Even if these are later subordinated toPsychology2, 19:the soul arrives at a true self-consciousness and awareness in the three worlds of its experience.Psychology2, 19:nature of divinity. Participation in full consciousness with the group and the absorption of thePsychology2, 19:Synthesis through Identification that even the consciousness of the group fades out (except whenPsychology2, 19:that three streams of energy play upon the consciousness of the awakening man: The energy of matterPsychology2, 19:The energy of matter itself, as it affects the consciousness of the inner spiritual man, who isPsychology2, 20:upon this question of the triple expansion of consciousness (for all these crises are aspects ofPsychology2, 20:and from the angle of vision of Those Whose consciousness is higher and greater and more inclusivePsychology2, 22:unfoldment of the Lemurian, Atlantean, and Aryan consciousness." On the Path [23] of Probation, thePsychology2, 23:as it concerns the unfoldment of the human consciousness. The whole emphasis of the entirePsychology2, 24:In the early stages, when the "Lemurian consciousness" characterizes the phenomenal man, thatPsychology2, 24:form, and which gives to the man any real human consciousness which may be present, is inert,Psychology2, 24:a very slow yet steadily increasing shift of the consciousness out of the physical into the astralPsychology2, 24:time, his been successfully achieved, then the consciousness is no longer entirely identified withPsychology2, 25:apparatus, the desire or astral body. His consciousness then becomes the "Atlantean consciousness."Psychology2, 25:His consciousness then becomes the "Atlantean consciousness." His desires are no longer so vaguePsychology2, 25:emphasis upon the physical satisfactions. The consciousness slowly begins to respond to the impactPsychology2, 25:appear, and a dim sense of aesthetic values. His consciousness is becoming more astral-mental, orPsychology2, 25:to the period of adolescence and to the state of consciousness called Atlantean. It is thePsychology2, 26:the instrument of mental impulses. The brain consciousness begins to organize and the focus ofPsychology2, 26:the higher. Mankind is developing the "Aryan consciousness" and is reaching maturity. In the morePsychology2, 27:These three stages mark the progress of the soul consciousness from that of identification with thePsychology2, 27:kingdom of God. By that time, he has learnt that consciousness is free and unlimited, and canPsychology2, 27:from age to age. The thread of the unfolding consciousness can be traced with clarity in all. FormsPsychology2, 27:unfoldment needed by the progressively inclusive consciousness. Other and later cycles demonstratePsychology2, 27:definite and specific effects of this developed consciousness, for some lives are predominantlyPsychology2, 28:later cycles of lives bring these two aspects - consciousness and form - into a greater rapport,Psychology2, 28:cycles can be seen working out in the life and consciousness of the planetary Logos, as that greatPsychology2, 28:the will-to-be of certain Beings or Lives. Their consciousness so far transcends the human thatPsychology2, 28:processes of form-making and of the evolution of consciousness. The Plan, as it is sensed by thePsychology2, 28:of that portion of it which concerns the human consciousness. We have not yet been able to catchPsychology2, 29:point in time and space wherein the spiritual consciousness releases itself from all the categoriesPsychology2, 30:and imprison the soul [30] within their types of consciousness. This connotes identification withPsychology2, 30:but there will be - in the final stages - no consciousness of quality or ray type, but simply aPsychology2, 30:but they are all held below the threshold of consciousness. Livingness, Being, Wholeness and UnityPsychology2, 30:One Life is the nature of this elevated state of consciousness. Freedom from all that is implied inPsychology2, 31:major initiations are undergone, the state of consciousness of the illumined and liberated adept isPsychology2, 31:to blind and to hinder true understanding. The consciousness of the initiate is of so lofty aPsychology2, 31:is superseded by a state of Being and of consciousness which is only capable of comprehension andPsychology2, 31:of the individual experience. The center of consciousness is so far removed from any individualPsychology2, 31:and form existence. Nevertheless, though the consciousness is other than all that has been hithertoPsychology2, 35:holds the Blessed One a prisoner, because His consciousness is in no way identified with thePsychology2, 43:of perception through the expansion of consciousness; Reaction to, and sympathy with, the point ofPsychology2, 50:the physical body in full, waking continuity of consciousness. When a similar work has taken placePsychology2, 50:of form life and enter into that state of consciousness called Nirvana, by the Buddhist. This highPsychology2, 50:has to be entered also in full continuity of consciousness. Both these major crises in the life ofPsychology2, 51:expresses what we call the "human state of consciousness". I am not speaking in terms of anPsychology2, 55:from one plane to another and from one state of consciousness to another, is a study so abstrusePsychology2, 55:ideas, as they emerge from the subjective group consciousness and take those mental forms that canPsychology2, 57:intellect) is the story of the evolution of consciousness and not the story of the evolution ofPsychology2, 57:of secondary importance from the occult angle. Consciousness is literally the reaction of activePsychology2, 59:crisis to crisis (each marking an expansion of consciousness) a newer reach of development and aPsychology2, 60:for it is in the physical nature that the consciousness is primarily focused; in the second case,Psychology2, 61:of divinity can begin to emerge in our consciousness. [62] Psychology2, 62:for "the blood is the life". The "thread of consciousness" or of intelligence is anchored in thePsychology2, 64:the life principle (seated in the heart) and the consciousness system, interlinking all thePsychology2, 65:physical vitality or life and the current of the consciousness of the atoms which construct thePsychology2, 65:life and not the conscious life and the self-consciousness. The spleen is the organ in whichPsychology2, 65:their turn, the recipients of the energy of the consciousness aspect or principles of all atoms andPsychology2, 65:of matter, spoken of in connection with Deity. Consciousness and life form a cross. The downpouringPsychology2, 66:from its physical vehicle in full waking consciousness, or stay in it as an incarnated Son of God,Psychology2, 66:or stay in it as an incarnated Son of God, Whose consciousness is complete on the physical plane,Psychology2, 66:as in the three aspects of lower mind, causal consciousness and nirvanic realization. This processPsychology2, 67:in the human mechanism produces what we call consciousness - at first self-consciousness andPsychology2, 67:what we call consciousness - at first self-consciousness and finally group-consciousness. ThePsychology2, 67:- at first self-consciousness and finally group-consciousness. The mechanism is, in its own nature,Psychology2, 68:this personality and the soul. It is the lower consciousness which (when developed) enables a manPsychology2, 73:two shores of the higher and the lower stages of consciousness, between the old age and the new,Psychology2, 73:that the construction of the bridge whereby the consciousness can function with facility [74] bothPsychology2, 74:as a spiritual being is wrought into the consciousness with a definiteness and a determination thatPsychology2, 74:nature of a review, such as one imposes on the consciousness at night, only it is carried over aPsychology2, 78:for the separated self. The beginning of group consciousness and of group work. Selflessness, thePsychology2, 84:point of sentient Life, let the soul realize the consciousness of God. Let the word go forth,Psychology2, 86:the human mechanism, have brought about a world consciousness and a civilization which - in spitePsychology2, 89:come into their rightful place in the human consciousness, and the law of giving, with all thatPsychology2, 90:and cosmic Intent is beginning to dawn in the consciousness of Those who have taken some of thePsychology2, 90:talk in terms of a fourth dimensional state of consciousness and can grasp the fact that five orPsychology2, 90:of the sun." From the instinctual life of sense consciousness in material forms, we have progressedPsychology2, 91:cycle, in order to bring about the developed consciousness, the increasing refinement of form, andPsychology2, 91:of those expressed objectives A development of consciousness A refining of forms An intensificationPsychology2, 91:concepts of which the most elevated human consciousness is capable? I commend this thought to yourPsychology2, 92:made possible the evolution of the indwelling consciousness of Deity. This consciousness, havingPsychology2, 92:of the indwelling consciousness of Deity. This consciousness, having worked its way through [93]Psychology2, 93:through form, the taking of a body, extension of consciousness through the process of incarnation,Psychology2, 94:now engaged in learning) that death as the human consciousness understands it, pain and sorrow,Psychology2, 94:the life of the form and not with the life and consciousness of the soul, the solar angel, whose
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