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

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Hercules, 4:irradiated with joy. The story of the dramatic experiences of that great and ancient Son of God,Hercules, 5:that Path of Discipleship is depicted, and his experiences preparatory to the great concludingHercules, 110:in the cave of the heart, but after the cave experiences the mountain of transfiguration isHercules, 115:be characterized by warmth, quietness, deep experiences and "slow, yet powerful crises". It is aHercules, 128:heart and mind. Think how different will be the experiences of these two men in Libra. In one caseHercules, 131:altered perspective, many of the terrifying experiences of life may be transformed by a beneficentHercules, 208:story of Hercules, we have portrayed for us the experiences of the Path of Discipleship and theHercules, 209:at this point and passing through varying experiences until he comes to the open door in Leo,Intellect, 15:always penetrated, returning to tell us of their experiences. Let us regard all manifestations ofIntellect, 16:the mystics and knowers have borne witness to experiences in subtler worlds where they have beenIntellect, 33:usual academic educational advantages and the experiences of life, to expand his consciousnessIntellect, 33:take a richer and more significant view of his experiences, to place him above and not within theIntellect, 150:us also that "we may, to be sure, brush these experiences aside as aberrations..." But he saysIntellect, 171:be proved, were people willing to relate their experiences, but too many refrain from so doingIntellect, 172:overcome. But many are beginning to record their experiences and they are not the psychopathics ofMagic, 48:sequentially in the process of: Gaining certain experiences, resulting in acquired attributes.Magic, 149:he draws from the depths of his being and experiences the life, that it may be rendered again backMagic, 150:bring into activity, in the world of esoteric experiences, his vital body with its force centers.Magic, 165:not as yet intelligently under his control. He experiences flashes of insight, and of knowledgeMagic, 165:such phenomena and keep a record of these experiences, bearing always in mind that in the earlyMagic, 250:in the interests of the lower psychical experiences. It is here that many worthy aspirants goMagic, 297:are summed up practically most of the sentient experiences of man and we will consider each oneMagic, 424:as any of the more definitely lower psychic experiences. The slowly growing interest in dreams fromMagic, 465:matter is now so potent that one of the major experiences that a soul undergoes is the achieving ofMagic, 629:of Wisdom and thus man will leave behind the experiences of the Hall of Knowledge. Our greatMeditation, 88:make the comprehended mental concepts practical experiences in daily life. This desire is wise andMeditation, 97:should definitely aim at making all his mental experiences, aspirations and endeavors matters ofPatanjali, 25:memory includes also the accumulated experiences gained by the soul through the many incarnations,Patanjali, 31:through his inclinations or karma, and which he experiences after he has: a. Taken certainPatanjali, 75:dealing with the physical body, which undergoes experiences on the physical plane and whichPatanjali, 112:exist, their fruition will be birth, life, and experiences resulting in pleasure or pain. 14. ThesePatanjali, 144:exist, their fruition will be birth, life, and experiences resulting in pleasure or pain. ThePatanjali, 258:and that this causes certain unfoldments and experiences to take place; these put the aspirant morePatanjali, 258:and unable to use its instrument, and that these experiences are therefore only the result of thePatanjali, 276:film, registering all the desires and earth experiences of our planet. Those who perceive it willPatanjali, 276:perceive it will see pictured thereon: The life experiences of every human being since time began,Patanjali, 278:when a man stepped upon the probationary path. Experiences prior to that are relatively of no morePatanjali, 322:and development are gained. The one who experiences, who incarnates and who achieves divinePatanjali, 333:between matter, the senses and the one who experiences. The Christian believes that "all thingsPatanjali, 383:[383] A slow method, that of repeated lives, experiences and physical incarnation until eventuallyPsychology1, 149:to find the meaning behind all forms and life experiences, and thereby learn to enter into thatPsychology1, 339:the discriminating love of God. Through his life experiences he is presented with innumerablePsychology1, 402:duality becomes more definitely established. The experiences detailed in the Bhagavad Gita becomePsychology1, 402:detailed in the Bhagavad Gita become the experiences [403] of the path of discipleship; ArjunaPsychology2, 61:fundamentals, preceding certain definite experiences which usher the soul into worlds ofPsychology2, 109:in evidence of the multiplicity of minds, and of experiences, but the goal remains. Difference isPsychology2, 202:reabsorption, these souls pass through various experiences until such time as they can "shine forthPsychology2, 314:assume less and less importance. The soul experiences less through them, but uses them increasinglyPsychology2, 314:soul-conscious and the consciousness which he experiences (as a soul in the three bodies) is ofPsychology2, 317:is to be found the source or the germ of all the experiences which - on the physical plane today -Psychology2, 320:which the sentient or feeling factor, the soul, experiences on the path of evolution as it expandsPsychology2, 327:is to point out the effect upon the soul of the experiences undergone in the bodies, and thePsychology2, 441:lower, integrated aspects to the higher one. He experiences a sense of futility; the comparisonPsychology2, 503:his purposes and intentions, and his recognized experiences. They are as real and as true as any ofPsychology2, 506:indicate the nature of these three basic mental experiences which find their way into the dreamPsychology2, 508:the dreams related by people are records of the experiences of other people of which a man becomesPsychology2, 509:consciousness in the form of dreams. Much of the experiences recorded in the mystical writingsPsychology2, 510:all the way from the insane brain and recorded experiences of the mentally unbalanced to the wisePsychology2, 531:is amply exemplified in the writings and experiences of many of the mystics of the middle ages. WePsychology2, 599:I want only to touch upon the effects that these experiences have upon the mystic himself. I wouldPsychology2, 613:of the first ray type. In this way, though all experiences come eventually to the disciple, theRays, 13:is not [13] basically so. Humanity suffers and experiences as a result of the inner occurrences andRays, 41:for a very long time constitute major initiatory experiences, but in the life and realization ofRays, 79:consciousness aspect in Themselves through human experiences, They have transcended all that manRays, 116:the causal body, the body wherein the soul experiences and reaps the fruit of experience, must beRays, 116:critical moments in the life of the soul as it experiences incarnation and becomes enrichedRays, 140:group will of the soul. Through both of these experiences the human being moves until hisRays, 202:contains a truth for which the trials, experiences and initiations of planetary existence prepareRays, 340:the four final initiations, and for these experiences we have as yet no adequate language. All thatRays, 389:I am dealing with states of awareness and with experiences and spiritual undertakings which lieRays, 516:of the whole, and this is one of the most potent experiences to which the disciple can beRays, 548:the life of the Christ. The life history and the experiences of the great Initiates are rarelyRays, 548:upon the past - a past which is based on their experiences in Aries and not upon their growth inRays, 664:known, and the undergoing of entirely new experiences. If students would keep this symbology andRays, 687:simply as initiations of the threshold - are experiences which have prepared the body of theRays, 694:worlds of human development and conditions the experiences of all disciples. Through the disciplineRays, 694:of all disciples. Through the discipline and the experiences thus gained whilst on this cross, theRays, 694:is rapidly becoming group conscious when the experiences undergone have been rightly assimilated;Rays, 703:That they are factors related to past experiences, and yet which have reference to experiencesRays, 703:experiences, and yet which have reference to experiences which lie far ahead of you upon the Path,Rays, 704:of darkness and is now free in a new world of experiences. [705] He knows that he has climbed toRays, 710:has driven man forward from the most primitive experiences and physical adventures to this greatRays, 719:mankind is, in fact, undergoing these initiatory experiences. The renunciation is being imposed byReappearance, 24:Christ passes on steadily to increasingly potent experiences, and that in His divine experienceSoul, 19:of the hereditary character and the acquired experiences of the organism." - Durant, Will, TheSoul, 72:of all conclusions founded on the visions and experiences of hysterics, of neurotics, and ofSoul, 129:qualities and intelligent handling of his life experiences and of his environment are determined bySoul, 134:where, basing its hypothesis upon the mystical experiences of the many, it can go forward fromTelepathy, 64:experience and reactions or the current life experiences are to the intelligent man - only vastlyTelepathy, 169:all possibilities, all potentialities, all experiences and all vibratory activities. It embodies
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