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

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Meditation, 26:ever for a mental body of greater adequacy; his desires turn upward instead of downward, and becomeMeditation, 145:as part of a group, with no interests and desires, no aims or wishes apart from the good of thatMeditation, 161:out of the plan of the Great Ones, and when he desires not to escape disease for his own personalMeditation, 182:physical plane schemes which originated in their desires. The ruling Hierarchy deemed the dangerMeditation, 272:His thoughts. He can enter into His plans, [272] desires and will. This he has won by the right ofMeditation, 272:has so purified himself that his thoughts and desires cause no disquietude to the Master, and noMeditation, 332:in their emotional bodies, - the feelings, desires, the concerns of the personality sway them. TheMeditation, 338:- one that accurately transmits the wishes, the desires, the aspirations of the Ego and not of theMeditation, 338:of the Master. By the constant watching of all desires, motives and wishes that cross the horizonMeditation, 345:meant mistakes, and he serves no end but his own desires. The reward of good intention may be his,Patanjali, 10:with mind, and is the material clothing all our desires and feelings. Thereby they are expressed.Patanjali, 13:endlessly assuming the forms of impulsive desires or dynamic mental thought forms, and it is onlyPatanjali, 20:and which are dependent upon the quality of his desires; being therefore neither good nor evil, lowPatanjali, 24:(or desire-lower mind) images of past desires and their gratification. The "picture making faculty"Patanjali, 24:faculty" of the average man is based upon his desires (high or low desires, aspirational orPatanjali, 24:man is based upon his desires (high or low desires, aspirational or degrading, in its sense ofPatanjali, 87:But with all things pertaining to [87] the lower desires, the peace is but temporary, a new desirePatanjali, 108:impulses which express certain ideas and desires, - primarily at present the latter. Owing to thePatanjali, 112:is perfected, the yogi can have whatever he desires. 38. By abstention from incontinence, energy isPatanjali, 121:into submission of all the feelings, [121] desires and emotions, to the one beloved, seen and knownPatanjali, 129:evil exists, the reason selfishness and personal desires of any kind are evident, is found in thePatanjali, 145:of the tree, or to deal with the thoughts and desires which produce the physical body. He mustPatanjali, 150:possible, and through the transmutation of his desires old "pains" are impossible. It infersPatanjali, 150:such a nature that old tendencies, longings and desires no longer [151] attract, and no activitiesPatanjali, 152:perceiver and actor. He will use forms as he desires in order to attain certain specific ends butPatanjali, 162:of human existence. The moods, feelings and desires, which all have form in the astral world, thePatanjali, 165:so; the great currents of ideas and thoughts and desires which have their origin through thePatanjali, 183:bodies, to the emotional body, the seat of the desires, of sensory perception and of feeling. HerePatanjali, 190:scrutiny of the causes which lie back of all desires, aspirations and feelings, and thus is relatedPatanjali, 197:is perfected, the yogi can have whatever he desires. In this is to be found the clue to the greatPatanjali, 197:for the three old physical man, then all that he desires comes to him unasked and unclaimed. InPatanjali, 199:act, the inability to [199] resist the lower desires and pleasures, and a loss of self control. ThePatanjali, 201:has to do for the future. Thus he frees himself, desires nothing in the three worlds and reorientsPatanjali, 251:himself as separate from the mind, the emotions, desires, feelings and form which constitute thePatanjali, 276:photographic [276] film, registering all the desires and earth experiences of our planet. Those whoPatanjali, 295:and developments [295] which the aspirant desires are brought about. Through meditation, the heartPatanjali, 295:sense that as we tread upon that which the heart desires (in a lower sense) that path leads us onPatanjali, 299:how all lives are driven by the force of their desires on the wheel of rebirth. Vyasa notes thatPatanjali, 299:Fire) and they are portrayed as: Fulfiling their desires, therefore driven by desire to incarnate,Patanjali, 307:of the astral nature, of the emotions, moods, desires and feelings and hence is most active in all.Patanjali, 307:work of transmuting all the lower and animal desires into the higher. Through it literally [308]Patanjali, 308:result of desire, of kama, and that it is his desires which chain him upon the wheel of rebirth.Patanjali, 347:any locality, to reach anything or any place he desires. It will be apparent that this will have anPatanjali, 347:the fruition of his plans, the attainment of his desires, and the completion of his impulses. It isPatanjali, 356:yogi cognizing any aspect of manifestation he desires, The helplessness of matter to withstand thePatanjali, 382:thought" as an explanation. As a man changes his desires, so he changes himself; as he shifts hisPatanjali, 393:effects are to work themselves out. They are the desires, impulses and obligations which keep a manPatanjali, 393:duties and interests and the fulfiling of his desires; if they are white they tend to build thatPatanjali, 395:possible he awakes to the realization that those desires which drive and impel him to action, thosePatanjali, 396:that of transmuting and transcending those desires and longings for sensuous perception which arePatanjali, 400:The other concerns tendencies, impulses and desires which tend to affect permanently the body ofPatanjali, xi:brought about? How does man, the victim of his desires and lower [xii] nature become man, thePatanjali, xii:shed abroad upon all he meets. No longer do his desires swing the flesh into activity, and noPatanjali, xii:himself from the moods, feelings, longings, desires, and emotional reactions which characterize theProblems, 88:with its sense of sovereignty and its selfish desires and aspirations. This, in its worst aspect,Problems, 90:aspiration, to the same sinful tendencies and desires, to the same selfishness, and to the sameProblems, 91:unable to enforce their will or express their desires because of military weakness and politicalPsychology1, xx:of an attitude [xx] wherein the aspirant desires nothing for the separated self, and in which hePsychology1, xx:and the giving up of personal wishes and desires in order that group purposes may be served. AbovePsychology1, 118:and knowledges, suppressed complexes and latent desires, as well as highly organized psychicPsychology1, 192:personality, for according to the quality of his desires will be the gradually emerging appearance.Psychology1, 205:belonging to the same ray as the patient whom he desires to relieve. The method of approaching thePsychology1, 269:with vicious tendencies and unsatisfied desires, divorce courts which devastate the life of thePsychology1, 274:true that the trend of men's thoughts and desires is towards an established monogamy, but as yetPsychology1, 336:in the animal kingdom, and the basic instinctual desires emerge and can be recognized. They, in duePsychology1, 337:of the one who possesses all things, and yet desires nothing for the separated self. The magneticPsychology1, 340:of his instinctual animal nature. The desires of a more emotional and sentimental kind which hisPsychology2, 16:lower individual self so that the realm of its desires and the satisfaction of personalityPsychology2, 17:definitely throws the weight of his influence, desires, and mind on to the side of the soul, he canPsychology2, 24:are concentrated in the physical body, and the desires then expressed are physical desires; at thePsychology2, 24:and the desires then expressed are physical desires; at the same time there is a growing tendencyPsychology2, 24:there is a growing tendency towards more subtle desires, such as the astral body evokes. Gradually,Psychology2, 24:living, active physical body, with its wants and desires, its needs and its appetites, accompaniedPsychology2, 25:then becomes the "Atlantean consciousness." His desires are no longer so vague and inchoate; theyPsychology2, 25:power to discriminate and choose between various desires; the capacity to employ time somewhatPsychology2, 25:pleasures begin to make their appeal; man's desires become less crude and physical; the emergingPsychology2, 25:They are still governed predominantly by selfish desires and by the calls of the instinctual life.Psychology2, 77:The soul takes to itself what it needs and desires for form building. The stage of incarnation,Psychology2, 77:blindly. The period wherein satisfaction of the desires is the major goal. These range all the wayPsychology2, 78:The period wherein satiety is experienced; the desires have been so dominant and so often satisfiedPsychology2, 80:brook no hindrance in the satisfactions of their desires. They stand alone in a proud isolation,Psychology2, 132:to express his service in his chosen field as he desires to express it, and not as the onlookingPsychology2, 158:him into the larger [158] whole, wherein his own desires and urges are negated in the interest ofPsychology2, 168:weave the carpet of his thoughts and dreams, his desires and his aims. His feet move steadily; hisPsychology2, 238:in the misty speculations of their own minds and desires. They are at a standstill, lost in the fogPsychology2, 244:man so that his life, his habits, his [244] desires and his thoughts are brought into line with thePsychology2, 298:to acquire and to attract the material good he desires or thinks he needs. His predominant secondPsychology2, 406:or emotional nature originates the bulk of those desires and impulses which direct the undevelopedPsychology2, 414:of the vital reactions and the low grade desires of the animal nature. The human being is, at thatPsychology2, 421:of the man has reached a point where his desires are so dominant and compelling that he becomesPsychology2, 421:of what he wants and of what he would be if his desires were met and satisfied. He is then torn inPsychology2, 435:the astral body. From this vehicle emanate the desires, impulses, aspirations and those conflictsPsychology2, 440:activity, plus the suppressed and unrecognized desires, and the unexpressed ideas which arePsychology2, 443:of awareness the emotional nature, with its desires, demands and sensitive reactions. Next, hePsychology2, 446:his life vocation and his innate coherent desires, coincide with the trend set by The soul ray typePsychology2, 488:He thus recovers spiritual attitudes and desires which, in this life, have not hitherto made theirPsychology2, 501:the subject, upon his likes and dislikes and his desires and recognized attractions. He will seekPsychology2, 501:by participating in the fulfilment of what he desires, which is always imaginatively possible uponPsychology2, 501:possible upon the astral plane. Such desires may range all the way from desire for sexualPsychology2, 502:him the depths of evil to which his unrealized desires apparently bear witness. His unexpressed
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