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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - EXPERIENCE
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Patanjali, 204:place but for the man who has no further use for experience in the three worlds, having learnt thePatanjali, 234:on these, the yogi knows the term of his experience in the three worlds. This knowledge comes alsoPatanjali, 234:meditation upon the heart center. 35. Experience (of the pairs of opposites) comes from thePatanjali, 234:The objective forms exist for the use (and experience) of the spiritual man. By meditation uponPatanjali, 234:nature (the purusha). 36. As the result of this experience and meditation, the higher hearing,Patanjali, 275:basis for the regaining of a knowledge of past experience. This basis is strictly mental, and onlyPatanjali, 276:human being since time began, The reactions to experience of the entire animal kingdom, ThePatanjali, 276:trained occultist can distinguish between actual experience and those astral pictures created byPatanjali, 276:of men, animated by desire for some form of experience or other. The historical record pertainingPatanjali, 278:the three worlds, is the direct result of past experience, and knows too that certain effects arePatanjali, 284:on these, the yogi knows the term of his experience in the three worlds. This knowledge comes alsoPatanjali, 285:from karma, then he can set a term to his life experience and he knows that the day of liberationPatanjali, 286:no return is possible. The term of necessary experience in the three worlds is at an end. No karmaPatanjali, 295:the body-life, to the fullest liberation from experience in the flesh and in the three worlds. ItPatanjali, 314:being a lamp must always precede that wonderful experience wherein the mystic turns his lamp andPatanjali, 320:- Book 3 - Union achieved and its Results 35. Experience (of the pairs of opposites) comes from thePatanjali, 320:The objective forms exist for the use (and experience) of the spiritual man. By meditation uponPatanjali, 320:of a comment upon this stage of the soul's experience and points out the following lessons: [321]Patanjali, 321:a fully conscious son of God. Through the form, experience is gained, consciousness awakened,Patanjali, 322:substance providing the forms through which experience and development are gained. The one whoPatanjali, 322:man, the Christ within. When through this experience he has achieved maturity, he reveals thePatanjali, 322:and its Results 36. As the result of this experience and meditation, the higher hearing, touch,Patanjali, 334:process and are the three planes of our normal experience. These two triplicities of God and manPatanjali, 345:the realization becomes fact in physical plane experience, and there comes the manifestation ofPatanjali, 357:opens up before him a still vaster and wider experience and realization. He can begin to expand hisPatanjali, 369:for the manifestation of soul on this plane of experience and the soul is the vehicle for thePatanjali, 369:as a possibility but it is not yet part of their experience. [378] The powers gained fall into twoPatanjali, 380:aspect is still dormant for many because full experience and development of the lower nature hasPatanjali, 385:towards sentient existence, towards individual experience, and towards the life of sensuousPatanjali, 391:by the pairs of opposites, and whose life experience is characterized by a swinging back and forthPatanjali, 395:with the words "desire to live" is "the will to experience." Inherent in the informingPatanjali, 398:center of attraction. But as the wheel turns and experience after experience is entered into, thePatanjali, 398:But as the wheel turns and experience after experience is entered into, the desire nature reachesPatanjali, 399:the result or the effects of his entire past experience carried over the entire cycle of lives upPatanjali, 401:activity and drives the man into sensuous experience. Patanjali, 401:is so thoroughly unified and the desire to experience through physical plane contacts is soPatanjali, 405:case all the multifarious differences of our experience, for the three gunas and their variousPatanjali, 414:through which knowledge is gained and [414] life experience undergone. The mind does not knowPatanjali, 421:of the self to seek outward-going sensuous [421] experience and its standing firm in the state ofPatanjali, 421:the mind, nor with the knowledge gained nor the experience undergone. He knows the self; hePatanjali, 421:a human being on earth. He participates in earth experience; he involves himself in humanProblems, 23:be wrought out in the fire of experiment and experience. That great nation (a synthesis of East andProblems, 25:of life through experimentation and resultant experience. This is a lesson that all young peopleProblems, 33:essential to happiness, to success and to a full experience in any chosen sphere of humanProblems, 54:development and a useful and profitable field of experience. Some attempts along this line haveProblems, 143:makes the school of life a constantly recurring experience until man has fulfiled the command ofProblems, 143:at the heart of every man for betterment, for experience, for progress, for increasing realizationProblems, 145:authority into direct, personal and spiritual experience; they are coming under the directProblems, 146:religion is only one phase of this worldwide experience of divinity. Christ will, therefore, surelyProblems, 147:large scale will then pass through the Bethlehem experience, the Christ in them will come to thePsychology1, xxv:daily life and tested in the crucible of life experience. If, for instance, there are indeed sevenPsychology1, 9:yourself capable of checking up in your own life experience, and they will call forth from you aPsychology1, 23:humanity with a vast field of experiment and experience. I should like to point out here that whenPsychology1, 46:and of form (providing the field of experience) is a consciousness which is striving towards a lovePsychology1, 46:desire for form, and the wise adaptation of all experience to the process of transmuting desirePsychology1, 46:the varying types of conscious reaction to experience which, in their main stages, we callPsychology1, 47:through the process of experiment, expectation, experience, examination and exaltation whichPsychology1, 47:itself the desired, has with wisdom utilized the experience of a gradually growing satisfaction,Psychology1, 47:and has intelligently applied the gain of experience to the production of forms more sensitive,Psychology1, 54:and thus provides for the soul a field of experience and for the body the opportunity to react toPsychology1, 57:man, the objective of his entire evolutionary experience. Let us, talking necessarily in symbols,Psychology1, 78:God and His Angels now arise and taste. Let all experience come. Let all the ways appear. DiscernPsychology1, 92:many mystics down the ages to a contact and an experience which can be accounted for in terms ofPsychology1, 113:misunderstand. From [113] the depths of his own experience and struggle he knows it to be so. It isPsychology1, 129:has learnt facility in his craft through much experience in that field. A world Teacher has beenPsychology1, 143:employed to bring about this realization is experience, beginning with individualization and endingPsychology1, 154:a moment of time, and to share with Arjuna the experience of the Gita wherein he "saw all formsPsychology1, 179:of that meaning which will enrich our daily experience. Towards this end all true workers are nowPsychology1, 182:of love, the energy of intelligence, of active experience, and that energy which produces thePsychology1, 182:is God. When we know the three as one in our own experience, then we know God. The lowest aspect wePsychology1, 206:for the fourth ray man; the friction and the experience gained thereby may produce very rapidPsychology1, 216:4. Human IV. Harmony through Conflict Experience. Growth. V. Concrete Knowledge Intellect. [217] 5.Psychology1, 229:of its atoms and elements through the experience of externalization. This resolution is noted by usPsychology1, 272:of human beings who were not yet ready for the experience of this incarnation, and who neededPsychology1, 272:interludes between births wherein to assimilate experience. Those souls who are unevolved come intoPsychology1, 272:longer periods wherein to garner the fruits of experience. They are however open to the magneticPsychology1, 287:with the soul is an individual interior experience, resulting in an expansion of consciousness, soPsychology1, 300:each life is not only a recapitulation of life experience, but an assuming of ancient obligations,Psychology1, 309:on him the ability to reap the benefits of this experience in the realm of the intellect. This samePsychology1, 312:desire for the worldly life, for possessions and experience, and the attractive power of thatPsychology1, 315:those who are now on the physical plane of experience to evidence the radiant light, and toPsychology1, 316:of the truth that we all, at some time, experience incarnation in all racial forms will come thePsychology1, 330:outer agency whereby he grows is the world of experience, the tangible physical plane world. TherePsychology1, 338:discriminative and selective activity from one experience to another in an ever widening scale ofPsychology1, 340:about by the process of experiment, leading to experience; by experience, leading to a wiser use ofPsychology1, 340:process of experiment, leading to experience; by experience, leading to a wiser use of the powersPsychology1, 341:interest away from the worlds of tangible experience, of emotional life and of mental interest, -Psychology1, 343:intelligence during the process of the life experience, produce at last the sense of true values,Psychology1, 353:process the souls which have profited by the experience during racial manifestation pass on intoPsychology1, 365:kingdom in nature is subjected to ritualistic experience and to the ceremonials of cyclicPsychology1, 402:For the major part of our racial and life experience we are governed sequentially, and laterPsychology1, 412:Ray 6 - Domesticity. The Human Kingdom Ray 4 - Experience. Ray 5 - Intellect. [413] The Kingdom ofPsychology1, 422:Harmony through Conflict. 5. Concrete Knowledge. Experience. Growth. Intellect. [423] 5. Egoic orPsychology2, 12:identification with the group, through the experience of understanding, service and sacrifice. ThisPsychology2, 17:up. There are many degrees and stages in this experience, and they cover many lives. ThePsychology2, 19:and awareness in the three worlds of its experience. The actor in the drama of life masters hisPsychology2, 29:- appropriates to itself (for purposes of experience) those forms which can be expressive of, andPsychology2, 29:two points of identification in the long experience of the soul. One marks the stage wherein form,Psychology2, 30:the final identification is the result of the experience gained through the medium of the first.Psychology2, 31:knowledge and gains of the individual experience. The center of consciousness is so far removed
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