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

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Patanjali, 369:or by drugs, words of power, intense desire or by meditation. 2. The transfer of the consciousnessPatanjali, 369:when separated by species, time and place. 10. Desire to live being eternal, these mind-createdPatanjali, 369:forms being created and held together through desire, the basic cause, personality, the effectivePatanjali, 369:or by drugs, words of power, intense desire or by meditation. We have now come to the fourth bookPatanjali, 379:or the method of the mental plane. 4. Intense desire The sublimation of aspiration or the method ofPatanjali, 379:it might be noted that just as intense desire of a spiritual kind is a sublimation of astral orPatanjali, 379:kind is a sublimation of astral or emotional desire, so meditation, as practised by the initiates,Patanjali, 380:the seeker after truth) incarnation, intense desire and meditation are the three permissiblePatanjali, 381:Path. The gaining of the soul powers by intense desire (or fervent aspiration) and by meditationPatanjali, 382:where they are adequate to the thought or desire of the man. Carried to their conclusion, aPatanjali, 382:line of thought and you will change your nature. Desire that which is true and right, pure andPatanjali, 385:or human) is outward going towards objects of desire, towards sentient existence, towardsPatanjali, 385:will the vehicles or organs be created whereby desire can be satisfied, materialised existence canPatanjali, 385:plane of materiality. It is the will-to-be and desire for existence that swings outward into thePatanjali, 388:free from latent karma. Forms are the result of desire. Meditation of the right kind is a purelyPatanjali, 388:kind is a purely mental process and into it desire enters not. Forms are the result of anPatanjali, 388:Form is an effect produced by the love or desire nature of the conscious one; meditation is aPatanjali, 388:to the will or life aspect of the spiritual man. Desire produces effects, and the organs ofPatanjali, 389:act of will and not through the helplessness of desire, and is a "free soul," a master and aPatanjali, 389:his consciousness untrammelled and free from desire. Therefore, though he formulates ideas andPatanjali, 391:from above, and not because either good or bad desire attract him on either hand. That type ofPatanjali, 394:and trained. Just as the dynamic mind-images of desire ripen out in bodily conditions andPatanjali, 395:Sutras of Patanjali - Book 4 - Illumination 10. Desire to live being eternal, these mind-createdPatanjali, 395:might be used in connection with the words "desire to live" is "the will to experience." InherentPatanjali, 395:existences who are superhuman and human) is this desire to be, this longing to become, this urge toPatanjali, 395:is a tiny part. He discovers that the stream of desire-impelled mind images which occupy hisPatanjali, 396:the human unit the mind images, the result of desire and of thought action are therefore withoutPatanjali, 396:response which bears witness to the existence of desire within himself. Therefore for him therePatanjali, 396:forms, being created and held together through desire, the basic cause, personality, the effectivePatanjali, 397:forms which come into being as the result of the desire nature. 1. The basic cause desire. 2. ThePatanjali, 397:result of the desire nature. 1. The basic cause desire. 2. The effect or result personality. 3. ThePatanjali, 397:outward going life the object. When the cause, desire, has produced its effect, the personality orPatanjali, 398:experience after experience is entered into, the desire nature reaches satiety and is satisfied,Patanjali, 399:and by the strenuous control of the desire nature it becomes possible for the man to reorientPatanjali, 401:appropriation) is so thoroughly unified and the desire to experience through physical planePatanjali, 410:to force currents, produced by thought or desire; he therefore watches every emanation of forcePatanjali, 424:himself. It is so easy to be the victim of high desire and so busy with the reactions and emotionsPatanjali, 427:which can serve to bind him, by the chains of desire, to the three worlds. His state is summed upPatanjali, xii:consciously to free himself from all objects of desire and stand as a unified whole, detached andProblems, 7:light; they do not discipline themselves; greedy desire and unlawful ambition control and not theProblems, 9:of racial history, this urge showed itself in a desire for better material circumstances andProblems, 12:welfare of humanity, as a whole. They eagerly desire recognition of the one world, of the oneProblems, 16:graft; she has always evidenced a deep love and desire for material gratification, priding herselfProblems, 22:(but as yet unconsciously) motivated by a desire to bring brotherhood into being. Can you acceptProblems, 38:are directed towards the satisfying of physical desire, towards the production of material thingsProblems, 48:of others, the encroachments of individual desire upon group requirements for personal gain, willProblems, 64:far ahead but the fact that we can speak of it, desire it and plan for it is surely the guaranteeProblems, 72:seek the good of their fellowmen and who have no desire to exploit the masses or to profit by theProblems, 79:weakness of humanity - the quality of desire. Of this, money is the result and the symbol. From theProblems, 79:and economic structure of the modern world, desire is the underlying cause. It demands theProblems, 79:It demands the satisfaction of sensed need, the desire for goods and possessions, the desire forProblems, 79:need, the desire for goods and possessions, the desire for material comfort, for the acquisitionProblems, 79:acquisition and the accumulation of things, the desire for power and the supremacy which moneyProblems, 79:the supremacy which money alone can give. This desire controls and dominates human thinking; it isProblems, 115:superficial; although the Jews have gained their desire and Palestine was handed over to them theProblems, 143:accepts the heaven of the churchmen or has any desire to go there. Still less do they accept theProblems, 157:Prayer has been [157] expanded into meditation; desire has been lifted into mental aspiration. ThisProblems, 157:of the average men (based as they are upon desire for something) has long disturbed theProblems, 157:Something bigger and larger than individual desire and liberation is registered. Many groups arePsychology1, 23:of love, with its more material manifestation of desire, and is the attractive principle in naturePsychology1, 27:of God, whilst their lower reflections - sex and desire - are the characteristics of the averagePsychology1, 27:carried into manifestation by the will and desire of some ray Lord, are part of His body ofPsychology1, 28:by their knowledge, be colored by the despair of desire unappeased, be divided into those whoPsychology1, 38:to a realization of himself as an insatiable desire. He then becomes identified with his desirePsychology1, 38:desire. He then becomes identified with his desire body, with his appetites, good and bad, andPsychology1, 42:of the love of the Father for the Mother, of the desire of life for form. I express, therefore, thePsychology1, 45:were only displaying an animal emanation. The desire of the Deity expresses itself through thePsychology1, 45:itself through the second Ray of Love-Wisdom. Desire is a word which has been prostituted to coverPsychology1, 45:the personality, but in the last analysis, desire is essentially love. This desire expresses itselfPsychology1, 45:last analysis, desire is essentially love. This desire expresses itself by attractiveness, by itsPsychology1, 45:through which it is possible to satisfy desire. This second ray is pre-eminently the ray of appliedPsychology1, 46:been created in the great process of satisfying desire and of providing the media of contact whichPsychology1, 46:towards a love of the formless instead of desire for form, and the wise adaptation of allPsychology1, 46:of all experience to the process of transmuting desire into love. Hence this ray is, parPsychology1, 46:attainment of bliss through the satisfaction of desire. This urge and the interaction of the pairsPsychology1, 46:Itself, and is colored by distinctive aspects of desire or love. They produce the totality of thePsychology1, 46:or Life, wills to seek the satisfaction of desire. The Mother or matter meets the desire and isPsychology1, 46:of desire. The Mother or matter meets the desire and is attracted also by the Father. Their mutualPsychology1, 46:is born, inheriting from the Father the urge to desire or love, and from the Mother the tendencyPsychology1, 46:the process is going forward of satisfying the desire of spirit. Thus in the two major rays of WillPsychology1, 47:an intelligent appreciation of the true goal of desire and to an intelligent use of the techniquePsychology1, 52:form; this implies a one-pointed application of desire and of intelligence in order to produce anPsychology1, 62:of a human being - his vital forces, his desire impulses, and his mental energies - sweepPsychology1, 65:time to work out Their purposes: [65] Kill out desire when desire has fulfiled its work. Thou artPsychology1, 65:out Their purposes: [65] Kill out desire when desire has fulfiled its work. Thou art the one whoPsychology1, 65:point of love. That Word is love itself. Divine desire colors all that life of love. Within thePsychology1, 72:to penetrate the depths of matter. Champion desire. Give what is needed to the seeker. Quality -Psychology1, 72:to the seeker. Quality - the dual aspects of desire. Lower the thread. Unfold the Way. Link manPsychology1, 80:Lord of a ray are as follows: The Negator of Desire The One Who sees the Right The Visioner ofPsychology1, 81:obscure quality of Their loved Brother. Why is desire red? Why red as blood? Tell us, Oh Son ofPsychology1, 81:is red with blood? Quality - power to kill out desire. Why do you turn your back upon the sphere ofPsychology1, 92:largely a matter of temperament, of the wish and desire of the ages wherein man struggled andPsychology1, 113:of individual aspiration, the meeting of the desire of the probationers and the feeding ofPsychology1, 115:and the discipline applied, is all based on the desire to preserve the group balance, and not onPsychology1, 116:of self or of spiritual happiness, and with no desire for any self-appointed task; with no longingPsychology1, 117:not feed the emotional nature and satisfy the desire-self. Psychology1, 133:The Eye of God. 4. Taste 6th Ray Idealism The Desire of Nations. 5. Smell 4th Ray Art The Beauty ofPsychology1, 133:out of the divine idea and Plan. When the "Desire of all nations" shall come, and the Cosmic ChristPsychology1, 135:and manner. To the world of quality, or of desire intent. All forms in all kingdoms respond, enPsychology1, 135:kingdoms respond, en masse, to the urge or the desire aspect of divinity which lies at the root of
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