|Meditation, 36:all has been left to the Ego and the life divine to carry out the plan, the attention of theMeditation, 37:of the causal periphery through the study of divine telepathy, systemic psychology and theMeditation, 58:physical brain and the Ego, which results in the divine outpouring, and the consequent shatteringMeditation, 63:effect is on the etheric body; it stimulates the divine flow. It passes beyond the periphery of theMeditation, 72:but are now transcended and the divine fire must be focalized in other and higher centers. Meditation, 74:are: The heart. The throat. The head. The divine activity has developed the solar plexus center, isMeditation, 74:there is no circular movement. Period III - The divine fire now mounts to the heart center and theMeditation, 99:upon when we take up the subject of obsessions, divine sometimes, but more oft the reverse. AMeditation, 103:In meditation the student seeks to contact the divine flame that is his Higher Self, and to putMeditation, 105:inner fire to proper channels, to distribute the divine heat in equable arrangement, to build inMeditation, 106:if successful, he will turn the activity of the divine fire to the throat center and itsMeditation, 122:the reverse holds good also, and response to the divine and rapid reaction to the higherMeditation, 122:the higher inspiration has never been so great. Divine inspiration or that "divine obsession" whichMeditation, 122:never been so great. Divine inspiration or that "divine obsession" which is the privilege of allMeditation, 123:or unwillingly a partner in the transaction. In divine obsession the man consciously and willinglyMeditation, 141:important means of bringing about union with the divine, and of producing that at-one-ment betweenMeditation, 141:Each unit of the human race is a part of the divine consciousness, and is that which is consciousMeditation, 152:fire that irradiates all forms that shelter the divine life. Through the scientific study of theMeditation, 157:that he is not his vehicles, but is indeed the divine Dweller within them, then certain things willMeditation, 170:the hierarchical method, it embodies the divine autocracy, and it is the line whereby our SolarMeditation, 171:occupied with the concrete and its place in the divine plan. He admits the fact of the indwellingMeditation, 172:the man takes some ideal, some part of the divine plan, some phase of beauty and of art, someMeditation, 173:demonstrate more patently the love aspect of the divine Self. Forget not that activity is just asMeditation, 173:divine Self. Forget not that activity is just as divine and just as fundamentally an expression ofMeditation, 184:are fire itself. The vital spark we call the divine flame, latent in each human being, whichMeditation, 185:be aimed at. You have the three fires: The vital divine spark. The spark of mind. Kundalini, theMeditation, 191:efficiency of a united attempt to contact the Divine. Results are inevitably achieved, ranging allMeditation, 204:the mystic. It is one of the means whereby the Divine storehouse is entered, but to understand theMeditation, 210:incarnations, and lets loose the inner light divine. Then the two fires merge, mount upwards andMeditation, 212:Some day some student of color and of the Divine Wisdom should compile a large chart of the sevenMeditation, 225:the terms that we apply to the three aspects of divine manifestation. Below will be found theseMeditation, 239:as the many attributes of  the divine; it is the one life manifesting its many qualitiesMeditation, 239:The colors are gradually reabsorbed, but the divine virtues persist, stable now and enduringly ofMeditation, 239:experience. Not potential are these attributes divine, but developed into powers for use. InherentMeditation, 258:is analogous to the Ray of Love-Wisdom (the Divine Ray) that the Lords of Love are contacted, thatMeditation, 268:on all the planes that gathers the life divine out of the mineral kingdom, out of the vegetable andMeditation, 269:kingdom, and affiliates the man  with his divine group. The same law effects his liberationMeditation, 283:the comprehension of each evolution and form of divine life as found on those planes and subplanes,Meditation, 309:work should be: An endeavor to recognize the Divine within each one. In this manner the true occultMeditation, 346:as time goes on a stable foundation for the divine wisdom. Wisdom supersedes knowledge, yetMeditation, 349:instruction. Atma The Universal Spirit; the divine Monad; the seventh Principle; so called in theMeditation, 356:made flesh, or rendered objective  through divine magic. A form of words or syllablesPatanjali, 8:(Christ) Holy Ghost Monad Ego (Soul) Personality Divine self Higher self Lower self LifePatanjali, 10:do so. Under the logoic plan, the spirits or divine sparks are imprisoned by them, being firstPatanjali, 47:must be equally developed, for both are equally divine. Patanjali, 51:The secondary meaning has reference also to the divine son of God, the second aspect monadic, as HePatanjali, 52:agent which recalls the outgoing points of divine Life, the units of consciousness, back to theirPatanjali, 56:of the human kingdom in which the three lines of divine life meet - spirit, soul and body. It isPatanjali, 57:reality of consciousness, or the relation of the divine self or spirit to the form, its polarPatanjali, 75:as he awakens to a knowledge of the specific divine quality which the body is intended to expressPatanjali, 91:orbits around the sun, and between these two divine manifestations the whole range of form isPatanjali, 93:life. Spirit Soul Body. Monad Ego Personality. Divine Self Higher Self Lower Self. PerceiverPatanjali, 96:inwards till he touches the cause, idea or divine thought (emanating from the Logos, planetary orPatanjali, 97:world of causes; he sees with clear vision the divine impulses; then having thus contemplated thePatanjali, 105:of the evolutionary process every form of divine manifestation must respond exactly to its name, orPatanjali, 110:all other energies, or conscious expressions of divine life. The last veil of illusion isPatanjali, 112:reading results in a contact with the soul (or divine One). 45. Through devotion to Ishvara thePatanjali, 124:"Ishvara," the one God in the heart of man, the divine Jiva or "point of divine life" at the centerPatanjali, 124:the heart of man, the divine Jiva or "point of divine life" at the center of man's being. This isPatanjali, 127:which is lower and material, and to forget the divine realities. It is these misconceptions whichPatanjali, 127:misconceptions which make a prodigal son of the divine Monad, and which send  him forth intoPatanjali, 129:The fact of the not-self towards which the divine points of spiritual life are attracted, and whichPatanjali, 129:planetary Logos, a man or an atom. Every form of divine life (the infinitesimally small and thePatanjali, 130:though the basic laws hold good for all forms of divine life) gradually becomes aware of himself asPatanjali, 136:but he works from the center where dwells his divine self, the sum total of all desire, and therePatanjali, 138:The will to live or to manifest is part of the divine Life impulse, and therefore is right. ThePatanjali, 143:the field of them all, is superseded by divine wisdom, there are fewer and fewer effects to workPatanjali, 147:apparent how every form through which he, the divine spiritual man is manifesting, causesPatanjali, 152:from all form-limitations and stand apart as the divine perceiver and actor. He will use forms asPatanjali, 156:It expresses the nature of that aspect of divine life which is called Brahma by the Hindu, and thePatanjali, 161:or the one who looks on and considers (from his divine standpoint) this world of effects, thisPatanjali, 162:and therefore of pure knowledge, pure reason and divine mind. Later, at a very advanced stage hePatanjali, 168:its own plane, The union of the spiritual man or divine thinker with its Father in Heaven, thePatanjali, 184:physical acts as they relate to all forms of divine  manifestation and concerns specificallyPatanjali, 190:him also into devoted service to Ishvara or the divine Self as found in the hearts of all men andPatanjali, 190:the hearts of all men and back of all forms of divine manifestation. Patanjali, 195:on the physical plane of as much of the divine reality as the stage in evolution and the mediumPatanjali, 196:or aspirant to see correctly the amount of the divine which a form (tangible, objective, or ofPatanjali, 210:reading results in a contact with the Soul (or divine One). This might perhaps more literally bePatanjali, 211:of God; it is an objective  form veiling a divine thought, idea or truth, the tangiblePatanjali, 211:idea or truth, the tangible manifestation of a divine concept. The goal of evolution is to bring toPatanjali, 211:nature. He begins to function consciously as the divine inner subjective self, using the lower manPatanjali, 211:seeks to see below the surface and to touch the divine idea. This is the fourth of the Rules andPatanjali, 211:The goal of meditation is ability to contact the divine inner self, and through the contact, toPatanjali, 264:should here be borne in mind that every form of divine manifestation has three aspects and hence isPatanjali, 264:hence is made truly in the image of God with all divine potentialities. In the human kingdom thisPatanjali, 266:the lower self, produces the revelation of the divine or spiritual self. The matrix holds thePatanjali, 267:of the seven great breaths or streams of divine energy, every life borne forth upon them differsPatanjali, 270:takes one right back to the true facts anent divine manifestation and emphasizes the three aspectsPatanjali, 273:soul or psyche and the psyche in every form of divine life. It is the foundation for the entirePatanjali, 274:he is en rapport with the second aspect of divine manifestation, the ego or soul on its own plane,Patanjali, 292:of the "three periodical vehicles" which the divine Son of God discovers and utilizes in the coursePatanjali, 298:of the first aspect. 6. Monadic Plane Tapas Divine world. God-consciousness. World of the secondPatanjali, 314:light in the head; and the other, that there are divine beings who may be seen by those who thusPatanjali, 314:by the use of appropriate means, the seeing of divine beings can be accomplished by concentrationPatanjali, 318:full illumination, the 'vision and the faculty divine.' " Patanjali, 321:an emotional, and a mental unit) and the divine spirit to be found in each of us. We identifyPatanjali, 322:who experiences, who incarnates and who achieves divine expression through the medium of form isPatanjali, 323:Buddhic 1. Comprehension 7th 2. Healing 6th 3. Divine vision 5th 4. Intuition 4th 5. Idealism 3rdPatanjali, 323:sight. Clairvoyance. Higher clairvoyance. Divine vision. Realization. d. Fourth Sense - Taste.