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

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Fire, 69:conservation of faculty, for the assimilation of experience, and for the preservation [70] ofFire, 73:plane and in the objective personal life is that experience gained which demonstrates as faculty inFire, 81:organizes and builds up as a means of having experience. This special relation constitutes theFire, 129:is sought) cycles of chaos, of experiment, of experience and of comprehension. Following on theseFire, 132:and latent activity which it has gained through experience. Let us illustrate: The matter of theFire, 132:matter was matter qualified by an earlier experience, and colored by an earlier incarnation. NowFire, 145:its own system, its deity in the three worlds of experience. Later, when the body egoic itself isFire, 145:the building of forms to be His instruments of experience. His mode of action is cyclic and spiral,Fire, 148:through manifestation, and who, by means of experience in matter, are gaining in quality. HisFire, 149:therefore emerging plus the gained faculty that experience has engendered. Second, Increased theFire, 159:which he has utilized for the gaining of experience and as a battle ground between the pairs ofFire, 170:of his attainment. At the culmination of life experience, and when man has reached his goal, eachFire, 186:for instance; the means whereby he buys his experience, whereby he discovers that which he requiresFire, 196:pathways through which the Jiva receives worldly experience. These are ten in number, and are ofFire, 230:animates for the specific purpose of Gaining experience. Making contact. Developing fullFire, 239:within the prison of the sheath in order to gain experience. The supposition is correct that thisFire, 245:the solar system (His body of manifestation and experience) has served its purpose. The Son isFire, 248:capacity, or the power to choose and gain experience. Ability to evolve, to increase vibration andFire, 250:purposes of manifestation and in order to gain experience. [251] b. A Heavenly Man contains withinFire, 252:or the power to choose and thereby gain experience. They are the embodiments of manas or theFire, 286:and etheric matter, with energy, form and experience on the physical plane, will be easilyFire, 286:many cycles of incarnation is transmuted into experience, and this produces eventually that whichFire, 286:anticipate, and utilize the fruits of past experience, and thus influence the present and prepareFire, 286:the benefit of past events, and to learn from experience in the manner which a man does. The [287]Fire, 287:will differ according to: The age of the soul. Experience developed and used. Condition of theFire, 289:is to develop the mind principle. When through experience in the three worlds the human units haveFire, 291:may be, is as yet but partial, and His cosmic experience is as yet but imperfect. This necessarilyFire, 292:Whose body He is a center. He must find by experience His place within the cosmic group of which HeFire, 333:the battleground of life, and the field of experience. By the method of manifestation, which is aFire, 338:into the causal body. Reap the benefit of experience. Expand the consciousness. Make progressFire, 383:simply living out His life, working through some experience in the great work of developing buddhiFire, 447:plane, the physical, on which we undergo experience. These are: First. The will or the one-pointedFire, 469:Karma of a chain, which is bound up in the life experience of that entity who ensouls a chain, andFire, 472:much suffering will eventuate and much bitter experience will be undergone. When it is rememberedFire, 482:through approach to the Path, or latent through experience undergone in Atlantean days) and theFire, 486:enriched, not only in knowledge and experience, but strengthened in its own inner fiber. As timeFire, 508:vibration. They are the assimilators of experience and the transmuters of that experience intoFire, 508:of experience and the transmuters of that experience into quality. This is the direct result of theFire, 539:is brought about through physical plane experience. The Petal of Love for the physical plane.Fire, 576:gathering to itself the essence of all experience, garnered, via the Ego, through the personalityFire, 649:of present distress, and the basis of planetary experience. The kundalini fire in the logoic bodyFire, 652:evolved men, through the stress of danger and experience, had this fourth spirilla brought up to,Fire, 667:result. Man is evolving by means of contact and experience. He expands. The devas evolve by meansFire, 700:and the garnering of the fruits of earlier experience. The three Halls again can be here consideredFire, 719:been left undone. Owing to the results of their experience on Vulcan, the physical vehicleFire, 735:plane existence, and added color through astral experience. The final stage for the human atom isFire, 737:and the ability of the man to meditate upon experience. Later, when the Ego dominates theFire, 743:but a dim reflection; they return the richer for experience. The old Commentary says: "The devaFire, 746:analogy in detail, but only in purpose and in experience. It may be said of all three states thatFire, 762:on the lower three planes, and thus buy his experience, and becomes aware. On a higher turn of theFire, 772:concerned. Desire for lower manifestation and experience has no more sway, and only consciousFire, 773:The Ego, driven by desire for physical experience, has made the initial move and a vibration,Fire, 780:it has yet to be achieved, and their present experience in connection with the human Hierarchy hasFire, 805:into the higher aspiration. Through experience, the pairs of opposites are recognized by theFire, 819:by means of which the Ego in turn is to acquire experience on the lower planes. Yet these three areFire, 821:of active will. The first is the summation of experience and developed consciousness; the second isFire, 829:period in which he garners the fruits of the experience in the two first halls, and transmutesFire, 831:opposite. This in terms of the Ego and its life experience brings about three stages: First. TheFire, 868:has to be assimilated, and welded into the experience of the student. That unless theFire, 869:with the first tier of petals is part of the experience in the Hall of Ignorance. The act ofFire, 881:learning in the various Halls through practical experience, involving pleasure and pain; these, inFire, 882:are practiced. - S. D., III, 262. One has experience. - S. D., III, 481. One realizes knowledge isFire, 929:This apparent defect, evolution itself and experience will remedy, and as the consciousness becomesFire, 968:and it takes a seer of [968] vast wisdom and experience to state exactly the stage at which anyFire, 1001:meditations, based on knowledge and long experience, which produce magical results on the physicalFire, 1013:thinker, but the parallel with his own life experience is exact, as is the correspondence with theFire, 1031:produces the Son, and which drives Him to gain experience through the medium of the solar system.Fire, 1051:which the monad may be seeking expression and experience. The effect produced in the substance ofFire, 1109:devachan has absorbed all the essences of life experience even that locality, or that aspect ofFire, 1131:of force, is slowly revealed to him, and through experience, experiment, frequent failures,Fire, 1213:kingdom, wherein the fourth Hierarchy is seeking experience, there is an effort on foot to effectFire, 1252:the adept is prepared for another and fiercer experience. The hierarchies connected with this PathFire, 1255:trains them, giving them opportunity for wide experience. Even the Logoi Themselves progressGlamour, 4:not theoretically but as a fact in one's experience, of one's complete identification with theGlamour, 4:It connotes personality-soul unification, wide experience, and a rapid activity of the indwellingGlamour, 7:there found, and this is the first stage in the experience of the aspirant. With the majority ofGlamour, 42:He is in reality integrating and synthesizing experience in the three worlds and becoming a MasterGlamour, 50:of a man's own soul and are the result of the experience of millions of travelers upon that Path. IGlamour, 52:and of spiritual values. He over-estimates his experience and himself. Instead of redoubling hisGlamour, 55:only dimly sensed. But the uniqueness of the experience in the realized content of the mind of theGlamour, 68:- is one of glamor. Your field of living experience is on the higher levels of the astral plane.Glamour, 75:which is material may be as great a spiritual experience and as potent a teacher in life expressionGlamour, 75:peoples of the world are entering the wilderness experience, and will find in the wilderness howGlamour, 75:how little is required for full living, true experience and real happiness. The gluttonous desireGlamour, 87:into expression. This produces in them the experience which we call "individualization," whereinGlamour, 88:prior to achieving initiation. It is the "Arjuna experience." This is an interesting point uponGlamour, 91:would urge you to find out in your own practical experience [92] the nature of the battle you haveGlamour, 99:This stage of glamor is oft called the Arjuna Experience. Today the world Arjuna is facing theGlamour, 99:citizen in all lands is facing today the Arjuna experience and the pairs of opposites upon theGlamour, 102:away from identification with the lower forms of experience into that of identification, with theGlamour, 106:path (I speak symbolically and in terms of human experience) He is among the "imperfect Gods."Glamour, 114:of the soul, for they provide the means whereby experience is gained. This experience will leadGlamour, 114:the means whereby experience is gained. This experience will lead eventually to the soul assumingGlamour, 114:The vehicles through which the soul is seeking experience and expression are normally and naturallyGlamour, 114:illusion. When the soul, in the early stages of experience, falls into the snare of maya, of glamorGlamour, 126:of the past and a recollection of the experience of initiation through which he has passed, withGlamour, 126:earlier experiences; later, in the final great experience which is so deeply coloring his innerGlamour, 136:events; through the intuition man arrives at the experience of the kingdom of God, and discoversGlamour, 148:in their origin, their goal and their life experience with yours. As you pour out the stream ofGlamour, 150:the last analysis, they may condition the future experience (probably in another life) in such a
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