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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - DESCRIBED
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Meditation, 207:whilst the Monad or higher auric sphere may be described synthetically or in terms of the monadicMeditation, 226:the colors of those three bodies, exoterically described? The violet of the physical as expressedMeditation, 226:are the colors of those bodies exoterically described? The blue of the higher manasic levels. TheMeditation, 230:letter, will be the use of the terms as above described. Meditation, 284:period of his evolution, - touched upon and described earlier in these letters. Every power of thePatanjalito subjective impressions. 19. The samadhi just described passes not beyond the bound of thePatanjali, 11:knows himself as he is in reality. This might be described in the following way: The man who knowsPatanjali, 11:these three verses, the method and the goal are described in clear and certain terms and the wayPatanjali, 17:to be followed in relation to the mind might be described somewhat as follows: Right control of thePatanjali, 28:here or hereafter. Non-attachment can also be described as thirstlessness. This is the most correctPatanjali, 37:1 - The Problem of Union 19. The samadhi just described passes not beyond the bounds of thePatanjali, 66:tendency of the mind stuff which has also been described as the "mind's tendency to flit from onePatanjali, 139:by Dvivedi in his Comment as follows: "Having described the nature of 'distractions,' the authorPatanjali, 175:more than effects. The man who doubts can be described perhaps as doubting himself as an arbiter ofPatanjali, 176:The seven stages of illumination have been described by a Hindu teacher as follows: The stagePatanjali, 178:at-one-ment is to be achieved. The work might be described as twofold: The practice of the rightPatanjali, 252:is at his disposal. This power is therefore described as: [253] 1. Illumination of perception. ThePatanjali, 253:hidden from him. The process may technically be described in the following concise terms:Patanjali, 256:which is formless, and which can only be described (and then inadequately) by such terms asPatanjali, 257:says: "...The means of growth previously described were concerned with the extrication of thePatanjali, 299:modern Theosophical thought. The earth plane is described by him as "supported respectively byPatanjali, 326:of that goal." Dvivedi says: "The occult powers described hitherto and to be described hereafter...Patanjali, 326:"The occult powers described hitherto and to be described hereafter... serve as obstacles becausePatanjali, 347:Irresistible will - prakamya. This is sometimes described as sovereignty, and it is that drivingPatanjali, 356:of the man who can do this has been well described in the comment of Charles Johnston on this sutraPatanjali, 367:aphorism XXXIII. of this section we have already described the nature of taroka-jnana - thePatanjali, 367:bonds of the world. The discriminative knowledge described [368] here results in taraka, thePatanjali, 368:Kaivalya (state of absolute oneness A. B.) to be described in the following aphorism as itsPatanjali, 378:they abrogate them. These latter are accurately described for us in Book III, Sutra 37: "ThesePatanjali, 392:is expressing itself. The final type of karma is described as neither black nor white. No karma ofPatanjali, 396:can he achieve the "condition of Isolated Unity" described in Book III. Sutra 50. Psychology1, 163:in His system of worlds. These seven rays may be described as the seven channels through which allPsychology1, 251:to life and to environment which can best be described as "animal one-pointedness." Then, at thisPsychology1, 253:psychological [253] condition which can best be described as one of "divine lucidity." The work ofPsychology1, 253:and will be consummated in the human. These are described in the Old Commentary as "the two eyes ofPsychology1, 358:that a situation is brought about which is described in the ancient archives in the followingPsychology1, 365:The new science of psychology could well be described as the science of the rituals and rhythms ofPsychology1, 425:to life and to environment which can best be described as "animal one-pointedness." Then, at thisPsychology1, 427:a psychological condition which can best be described as one of "divine lucidity." The work of thePsychology1, 427:and will be consummated in the human. These are described in the Old Commentary as "the two eyes ofPsychology2, 31:is of so lofty a nature that it can only be described in terms of release, of negation, and throughPsychology2, 45:in symbolic form, but if these forms were described, they would be completely misunderstood. WhenPsychology2, 67:inner subjective and spiritual work previously described as the "building of the bridge on thePsychology2, 101:and his personality on the seventh ray, will be described as a Three, IV.7. Within this simplePsychology2, 115:knowledge of the situation as it is here described. Some do not even know that there is a watchingPsychology2, 180:Masters." Masons will understand what is here described. The true esotericist will also see thePsychology2, 353:a different attitude. These three changes are described in the Old Commentary (in which thesePsychology2, 393:who read these words. This condition has been described as "the intensest reflection of the man,Psychology2, 569:that the person can recognize them when described by the medium and the medium can at the same timePsychology2, 602:an emotional surging outward towards divinity, described sometimes as "the lifting of the heart toPsychology2, 648:of each other or the group, as it is here described. In every country they are found and activelyRays, 39:initiate has faced two major tests, symbolically described as "the burning ground" and the "clearRays, 74:will. All these three aspects of light can be described as: The light which is thrown upward. ThisRays, 98:and apart from the Master's Own potency, can be described as follows: The life of the personalityRays, 99:meaning, has set in. This attitude might well be described as the mode of approach of all who formRays, 227:only those who have reached the stages of work described in Rules X and XI will truly comprehend myRays, 407:of these Masters on the third Path might be described as an intensive study of a most exalted formRays, 582:personality of the disciple can only be described as producing a condition wherein he is definitelyReappearance, 74:moment of emergence. These three events can be described as follows: 1. The Spirit of PeaceReappearance, 75:potency, latent in every human heart which was described by St. Paul as "Christ in you, the hope ofReappearance, 82:of Force which stands in power behind Him) are described: the energy of the Buddha: Light, for theSoul, 35:The nervous system and muscles may be loosely described as the physical response apparatus, and theSoul, 81:theory are - though, after all, incorrectly - described as monistic. We call the theory towardsSoul, 112:the nervous system, for they are [112] expressly described as luminous; but as fire is in some sortSoul, 113:as there are five centers (Chakras) hereinafter described, the vertebral column itself is dividedSoul, 117:the three upper of the five Chakras hereinafter described. From the sympathetic chain on each sideSoul, 135:this technique. It might, however, be briefly described as being divided into eight stages which
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