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

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Patanjali, 47:untouched by limitation, free from karma and desire. Here we have the picture of the spiritual manPatanjali, 49:of the law, do not limit or hold him. Free from desire. No longer do the things of sensuousPatanjali, 49:craving for physical plane existence, and the desire for the form aspect in its many variations hasPatanjali, 67:by some as "addiction to objects." This is the desire for material and sensuous things. It is lovePatanjali, 74:energy etheric body physical plane. 2. Kama desire astral body astral plane. 3. Lower ManasPatanjali, 84:then he becomes "free from passion." Heat, or desire for all objects, is overcome. He stands thenPatanjali, 85:from attachment is brought about as the fires of desire are overcome, and though the sacral centerPatanjali, 85:attachment between the soul and any object of desire other than the spirit. Patanjali, 87:be traced the various stages of acquirement - desire, longing, concentrated determination toPatanjali, 87:lower desires, the peace is but temporary, a new desire awakes and that which has been held soPatanjali, 112:avidya (ignorance) the sense of personality, desire, hate and the sense of attachment. 4. AvidyaPatanjali, 112:the knower with the instruments of knowledge. 7. Desire is attachment to objects of pleasure. 8.Patanjali, 112:for any object of the senses. 9. Intense desire for sentient existence is attachment. This isPatanjali, 121:and the bringing captive of all longings and desire, to the one longing to know the God of love andPatanjali, 122:and etheric. Whilst in the Atlantean race the desire or astral body was developed, and the flowerPatanjali, 127:(ignorance), and the sense of personality, desire, hate and the sense of attachment. These are thePatanjali, 128:man, the synthesis upon the physical plane, that desire has relation to his astral body or vehiclePatanjali, 130:of itself. The contacts, brought about by desire, are the factors whereby ignorance works out intoPatanjali, 132:man utilizes the senses in the fulfilment of his desire, and in so doing identifies himself withPatanjali, 135:of Patanjali - Book 2 - The Steps to Union 7. Desire is attachment to objects of pleasure. This isPatanjali, 135:to advanced degrees of discipleship; they cover desire for gross objects on the physical plane asPatanjali, 135:and a good meal to the rapture of the mystic. Desire is a generic term covering the outgoingPatanjali, 135:that spiritual reality which is himself, and his desire then turns inward. It is no longer outgoingPatanjali, 135:but he finds the kingdom of God within. All desire then leaves him. He makes contacts, andPatanjali, 136:dwells his divine self, the sum total of all desire, and there is nothing to lure him forth intoPatanjali, 136:one. The true yogi neither feels aversion or desire. He is balanced between these pairs ofPatanjali, 136:of personality and of ignorance plus misapplied desire. It is almost the culmination of the otherPatanjali, 136:and of extreme ignorance coupled with desire for personal gain which produced hatred of Abel in thePatanjali, 137:- Book 2 - The Steps to Union 9. Intense desire for sentient existence is attachment. This isPatanjali, 137:in overcoming attachment, or killing out desire, is to develop the power to balance the pairs ofPatanjali, 137:by the ordinary student to the words attachment, desire, and their killing out. They arePatanjali, 142:subsist in the mental body and in the body of desire. This mental attitude has to become one ofPatanjali, 143:and is severing those fetters which kama (or desire) and the wrong use of the mind have so subtlyPatanjali, 144:emotional and partially mental) in nature, for desire is potent in its effects and produces thePatanjali, 145:production of the etheric body. [145] Kama, or desire is the prime factor in calling the densePatanjali, 149:and feeling. It is primarily the quality of the desire life. Inertia is the quality dominating thePatanjali, 149:mobility and the full play of the emotional or desire nature in the earlier stages of endeavor.Patanjali, 167:identifies himself with his body of feeling or desire, and says "I am cross," or "I want money." HePatanjali, 172:substance and the Life which animates it and yet desire or "go out" towards the form existence.Patanjali, 173:of the thinking principle. These are: Desire for knowledge. It is this which drives forth thePatanjali, 173:the Monad or Spirit into incarnation. This basic desire is what causes all experience. Desire forPatanjali, 173:This basic desire is what causes all experience. Desire for freedom. The result of experience andPatanjali, 173:longing for a different condition and a great desire for liberation and for freedom from the wheelPatanjali, 173:and for freedom from the wheel of rebirth. Desire for happiness. This is a basic quality of allPatanjali, 173:has to be regained before peace can be known. Desire to do one's duty. The first threePatanjali, 176:first modification of the thinking principle, desire for knowledge. The stage wherein he freesPatanjali, 176:remains to attract me in the three worlds." Desire for happiness is satisfied. The thirdPatanjali, 183:and the astral body is reoriented, for the desire nature is subdued and the real man withdrawsPatanjali, 186:seeking with consequent satisfaction of the desire nature and this, to the true aspirant, isPatanjali, 186:their seat not only in the emotional or kamic (desire) body, but in the mental body also. ThisPatanjali, 190:and feelings, and thus is related to the desire or astral plane. It deals with the reading ofPatanjali, 192:into manifestation. This brings in the realm of desire and consequently the astral or emotionalPatanjali, 197:and demand. When the aspirant has learned to "desire nothing for the separated self" he can then bePatanjali, 200:unequivocal terms the great teaching that it is desire for form of some kind which brings thePatanjali, 200:yogi. We forge our own chains in the furnace of desire and of a various longing for things, forPatanjali, 204:self-abnegation; he is not impelled thereto by desire but by love of humanity and a longing to stayPatanjali, 205:of the ideal on the mental plane. Pure desire, freed from love of form on the emotional or astralPatanjali, 206:Quieted emotions, and the control of the desire nature ever precede the reorientation of the lower.Patanjali, 206:the reorientation of the lower. Before the desire of a man can be towards things spiritual he hasPatanjali, 206:be towards things spiritual he has to cease to desire the things of the world, and of the flesh.Patanjali, 207:see God." He beholds the soul and henceforth his desire is for ever towards reality and away fromPatanjali, 215:longer limit. The pairs of opposites concern the desire body and it is significant that in thePatanjali, 216:the emotional nature, expressing itself through desire fails to be influenced by the pull of anyPatanjali, 216:which is above and that which is below." The desire nature of man, for instance, seems to respondPatanjali, 220:the astral body. This will be purely kamic or desire force and will affect primarily the centersPatanjali, 245:the various virtues, with the intent to awaken desire for these virtues and thus to build them intoPatanjali, 245:form of the Exalted One leaves one without desire for any other support. This should be understoodPatanjali, 246:the etheric realm, from thence into the world of desire or of the emotions, and so into the worldPatanjali, 247:ideas single in intent upon His form, without desire for anything else, that, 0 King, isPatanjali, 249:process, all the emotional reactions of the desire-mind (kama-manas) vehicle are subdued and thePatanjali, 249:Unhindered by the mind stuff, or by the desire [250] nature he "enters into" that condition whichPatanjali, 250:and contacted which is free from form, from desire and from lower concrete mental substance.Patanjali, 276:of the thought-forms of a kamic nature (based on desire) of every human unit throughout time.Patanjali, 276:astral pictures created by imagination and keen desire. The planetary "Dweller on the Threshold"Patanjali, 276:the Logos. Imaginative forms, the result of the desire-thought activity of the myriads of men,Patanjali, 276:activity of the myriads of men, animated by desire for some form of experience or other. ThePatanjali, 287:Dispassion, the antithesis of lust or desire. These three states of feeling when understood andPatanjali, 287:outgoing and inspired by an unselfish heartfelt desire to serve and aid. This state of feeling isPatanjali, 288:on behalf of others. It is, as we know, our own desire which binds us to the three worlds and toPatanjali, 288:different nature to "union with." One is full of desire and causes obligation and effects; thePatanjali, 288:obligation and effects; the other is free from desire, produces "identification with" and has noPatanjali, 298:Plane Antariksa World of the emotions Kamic or desire consciousness. 1. Physical Plane Bhu EarthPatanjali, 299:as: Fulfiling their desires, therefore driven by desire to incarnate, Endowed with atomisation andPatanjali, 303:of the physical body, of the astral or desire vehicle and of the mental sheath. Patanjali, 307:it that the lower bodily functions are aroused - desire to eat, to drink, and to procreate, andPatanjali, 308:is (physically and etherically) is the result of desire, of kama, and that it is his desires whichPatanjali, 309:When the aspirant can grasp the place that desire plays in his life, when he realizes that it isPatanjali, 309:grasp the technical side of the process which desire-energy follows, then the work of the solarPatanjali, 311:Word. Hunger and thirst are the two aspects of desire, the one, hunger, being positive, masculinePatanjali, 312:its highest function. On the astral or desire plane, within the astral body of the aspirant, mustPatanjali, 327:a thought embodying some purpose or some desire. The mind vibrates in response to this idea andPatanjali, 327:produces a corresponding reaction in the kamic, desire or emotional body. The energy body, thePatanjali, 331:mire refers to that mixed nature of kama-manas, desire and lower mind, which causes the uniquePatanjali, 334:Light Reflection of the Akasha Human love and desire. Plane VII. Physical Ether Reflection of thePatanjali, 334:Taste The Tongue. Plane VI. Astral Light Desire Smell The Nose. Plane VII. The physicalPatanjali, 336:when he realizes that when the voices of desire (astral voices or vibratory response to the secondPatanjali, 336:2. The Astral Light Light The voices of desire The reflection of the second aspect. [337] There arePatanjali, 337:The voices of earth - physical, The voices of desire - astral, The speech or formulated thoughts ofPatanjali, 357:man is enmeshed in the web of the emotions; desire, fear, ambition, passion; and impeded by thePatanjali, 357:able to see, able to speak, thou hast conquered desire and attained to self-knowledge, thou hast
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