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

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Psychology2, 338:is the evolution of the instruments whereby that consciousness is brought en rapport with a rapidlyPsychology2, 338:ourselves, beyond pointing out that, as the consciousness shifts from one body to another and itsPsychology2, 340:on earth. This will be characteristic of the consciousness of the next great race. The awakening ofPsychology2, 340:of all of these various stages and states of consciousness. There are but a few on earth today whoPsychology2, 340:a state of relative development as the Lemurian consciousness. There are a few at the extreme endPsychology2, 340:of the lower nature, the awakening of the brain consciousness to soul awareness, and a newPsychology2, 341:is, from the angle of the limiting personality consciousness, of vast duration), the ray types ofPsychology2, 341:to deal, arising as they do, out of the shifting consciousness, the intensification of the energyPsychology2, 342:from one body to another, passing, in consciousness, into higher and higher states of awarenessPsychology2, 342:identification with Self on its own level of consciousness. Reorients itself and thus occultlyPsychology2, 344:that we progress, and in this manner form and consciousness, appearance and quality, are broughtPsychology2, 345:The fusion of the personality and the soul in consciousness, with its physiological and personalityPsychology2, 346:remember that we are here [346] dealing with the consciousness aspect of manifestation and itsPsychology2, 346:reiterate the necessity for thinking in terms of consciousness and awareness, leading to anPsychology2, 348:step, prior to passing (in full and waking consciousness) into the fifth, or spiritual kingdom. WePsychology2, 348:and is finally achieved - again in the waking consciousness. This process of conscious assimilationPsychology2, 348:physical in nature, and an attitude of mind. The consciousness of the [349] man is graduallyPsychology2, 349:the Personality The man who has awakened to full consciousness in the various aspects of his naturePsychology2, 349:various bodies with their different states of consciousness into one active reality. He is thenPsychology2, 350:basic integrity is, however, in the realm of consciousness. This is a statement of importance. ItPsychology2, 351:of his integrated personality, and thus the consciousness of the larger and wider whole graduallyPsychology2, 351:supersedes his individual and separative consciousness. He knows himself to be but a part. Upon thePsychology2, 358:is indispensable to each other, just as life and consciousness are mutually indispensable, andPsychology2, 361:and of real concern because it dawns upon his consciousness how useless, relatively, are hisPsychology2, 362:refer to the establishing of a continuity of consciousness, within the aligned forms. Therefore wePsychology2, 363:at-oned. This is brought about by the soul or consciousness aspect, qualified by the ray inPsychology2, 364:thus facilitating the task of fusion), and the consciousness of its advanced units will functionPsychology2, 364:will with the whole. It is an almost undefinable consciousness of group fusion with a greaterPsychology2, 364:if I might so express it, of the Nirvanic consciousness; the reflection I would point out, but notPsychology2, 364:the reflection I would point out, but not that consciousness itself. When this fourth ray alignmentPsychology2, 364:is significant, for it indicates that states of consciousness can exist and the disciple remainPsychology2, 365:by the [365] disciple in waking, physical consciousness, they remain subjective and are not usable.Psychology2, 367:series of spiritual happenings or unfoldments of consciousness in the life of the individual andPsychology2, 368:hereafter, we shall bring clearly into our consciousness the keynote for the disciples of the worldPsychology2, 370:regarded as producing two lesser crises in the consciousness of the personality: That in whichPsychology2, 379:what might be more adequately called the Aryan consciousness, for that consciousness demonstratesPsychology2, 379:called the Aryan consciousness, for that consciousness demonstrates in a two-fold manner as mentalPsychology2, 379:individually demonstrated. The Aryan state of consciousness is one into which all men eventuallyPsychology2, 380:self, still limited and imprisoned in the "I" consciousness. The Technique of Fusion deals with thePsychology2, 381:a paradoxical term and only of significance in consciousness from the standpoint of the lesserPsychology2, 386:of all aspirants to this great expansion of consciousness will be found upon the third ray, whichPsychology2, 386:symbolically speaking, related to the state of consciousness of the Creator when He sent forth thePsychology2, 389:thus gradually developing the aesthetic consciousness, the sense of color, and the recognition ofPsychology2, 390:God emerge in form to be recognized by the human consciousness. The channel of approach or ofPsychology2, 390:will aspect of the monadic life to that level of consciousness and of energy which we call that ofPsychology2, 391:of human endeavor and in the five states of consciousness, human and superhuman. This brings thePsychology2, 391:to your minds. Isolated Unity is that stage of consciousness which sees the whole as one andPsychology2, 391:whole. It is a whole which is "isolated" in the consciousness of the man, and not the man himselfPsychology2, 392:progressed realization the great expansions of consciousness, called initiations, have beenPsychology2, 393:head center, demands the ability to focus the consciousness in the soul form, the spiritual body,Psychology2, 393:body, and, at the same time, to preserve soul consciousness, mind consciousness and brainPsychology2, 393:same time, to preserve soul consciousness, mind consciousness and brain consciousness - no easyPsychology2, 393:soul consciousness, mind consciousness and brain consciousness - no easy task for the neophyte andPsychology2, 394:of the organized creation of God wherein the consciousness (released from all material pettinessPsychology2, 395:effort, it will be the material more than the consciousness aspect and pattern which will engrossPsychology2, 396:so doing, [396] they will succeed in raising the consciousness of the entire human family. ThePsychology2, 397:phraseology) have presented themselves to the consciousness of the advanced disciple, which are asPsychology2, 398:planetary Logos and Those great Lives of Whose consciousness we can have no conception are becomingPsychology2, 398:group philanthropy and world states are from the consciousness of the aboriginal savage. InPsychology2, 398:attribute to take even the form it has in the consciousness of the human family, and those of usPsychology2, 399:and are used to "anchor" the attribute in human consciousness. There then ensues a long period ofPsychology2, 401:are beginning [401] to perform, on your level of consciousness, a task somewhat similar to that ofPsychology2, 403:of an integrating center, a central point of consciousness, and a determining factor within thePsychology2, 405:aware of worlds of phenomena and states of consciousness of a nature different to those on its ownPsychology2, 409:the personality and the soul, thus evoking the consciousness of the Whole. When this isPsychology2, 409:of the Whole. When this is accomplished, group consciousness is added to self-consciousness, andPsychology2, 409:group consciousness is added to self-consciousness, and this is the second great step on the way toPsychology2, 409:this is the second great step on the way to God consciousness. The difficulty today is that we havePsychology2, 411:energies, through which or among which the consciousness plays. This consciousness is, in the earlyPsychology2, 411:or among which the consciousness plays. This consciousness is, in the early stages, nothing morePsychology2, 412:[412] there is the will-to-power, with self-consciousness directed to the domination of the lowerPsychology2, 414:about are the result of the steady shift of the consciousness. It becomes increasingly inclusive.Psychology2, 414:our problems lie, and it is with this developing consciousness that the psychologist has primarilyPsychology2, 414:deal. From the angle of the omniscient soul, the consciousness is limited, disturbed, exclusive,Psychology2, 415:The solar plexus is the [415] seat of the consciousness and the head and brain are inactive. ItPsychology2, 415:of contact: the life stream in the heart and the consciousness stream in the head. ThisPsychology2, 415:and the consciousness stream in the head. This consciousness aspect is itself dual, and that whichPsychology2, 415:is itself dual, and that which we call self-consciousness is gradually unfolded and perfected untilPsychology2, 415:the eyebrows, is awakened. The latent group-consciousness, which brings realization of the greaterPsychology2, 416:kingdom and the kingdom of souls - a cleavage in consciousness more than in fact. The cleavagePsychology2, 417:The two streams of living energy - life and consciousness - are [418] usually anchored in the headPsychology2, 418:the case of certain forms of idiocy however, the consciousness stream is not anchored at all in thePsychology2, 418:in the heart. There is, therefore, no self-consciousness, no power of centralized control and noPsychology2, 418:to what we might call "a loose connection", the consciousness stream or thread of energy is subjectPsychology2, 418:brief and temporary withdrawal of the thread of consciousness energy. It should be remembered thatPsychology2, 418:takes place and there is a separation of the consciousness from the vehicle of conscious contact,Psychology2, 418:contact, all that we understand by the term consciousness, such as self-consciousness, desire andPsychology2, 418:by the term consciousness, such as self-consciousness, desire and intelligence, is abstracted andPsychology2, 418:is abstracted and only life and the consciousness inherent in the physical body cells remain. Psychology2, 419:integration and loose connection between the consciousness and the brain which renders the manPsychology2, 419:to accept the premise of the substitution of the consciousness of another entity in [420] the placePsychology2, 420:of another entity in [420] the place of the consciousness of the one who has been unable to holdPsychology2, 420:the heart) and the other providing the stream of consciousness (anchored in the brain) and thusPsychology2, 420:or disaster which suddenly severs the link of consciousness, and in this latter case there is noPsychology2, 420:"at home in his own dwelling". Furthermore, the consciousness of this dweller is sometimes soPsychology2, 421:might be stated to be as follows: 1. The self-consciousness of the man has reached a point wherePsychology2, 427:and for unity. Parallels to these states of consciousness are found in the adolescent. They arePsychology2, 430:of duality, either subjectively or in the waking consciousness. A period of wild unrest, ofPsychology2, 432:unfolding awareness and the growth in the inner consciousness of the true man have been littlePsychology2, 433:theory has been seeping steadily into the racial consciousness, becoming an integral part of it
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