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

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Meditation, 206:meditation, therefore it has to do with form. It is the result of sound uttered as the culminationMeditation, 211:back again to the source. The bands of color form a circulating ring which, moving at differentMeditation, 215:this: that in the study of color (which is one form of the study of vibration) comes the ability toMeditation, 216:or mind or intelligence demonstrating through form. You get a correspondence in this solar systemMeditation, 218:of the concrete subray... adaptability through form - form which perfectly expresses that latentMeditation, 218:concrete subray... adaptability through form - form which perfectly expresses that latent activity.Meditation, 218:comes in to perfect the link between spirit and form, between life and the vehicles through whichMeditation, 218:of the manifested universe: 1. Life Aspect 2. Form Aspect 3. Intelligence Aspect Spirit Matter MindMeditation, 219:effect upon the evolving life, or upon the form in which it evolves by means of that third factor,Meditation, 219:meditation) playing in accurate geometrical form between the three major centers: All the sevenMeditation, 219:the seven rays interact between the life, the form and the inner mind, and are in their essenceMeditation, 219:themselves those three. They are life, they are form, they are intelligence, and their totality isMeditation, 221:seventh ray synthesizes all that has to do with form. On the first plane, life in its purest,Meditation, 221:synthetic aspect; on the seventh, plane, form in its densest, grossest, most differentiated aspect;Meditation, 222:to the life side, and by the study of the form side of the mind, will come much of value to theMeditation, 224:be found in The Secret Doctrine), in order to form the basis of such later communications as I mayMeditation, 227:The colors exoterically have to do with the form. The forces or qualities which those colorsMeditation, 227:of the intelligence that links life and form, the self and the not-self, and in time and in theMeditation, 229:exists in terms of consciousness, in terms of form, and in terms of intelligence. He knows it, - ifMeditation, 229:it, - in terms of color when dealing with form; in terms of sound when dealing with the life side,Meditation, 232:to emphasize is the life side and not the form side of color. As I wrote earlier, color is but theMeditation, 232:of color. As I wrote earlier, color is but the form assumed by force, of some kind, when that forceMeditation, 232:development, and not so much in terms of form, demonstrate through the virtues, as you call them,Meditation, 237:the above in terms of life, in terms of form, and in terms of mind. The Application of Color InMeditation, 238:color into its many component parts. This is the form side, the expression of that which veils theMeditation, 239:its many qualities through diversity of form. It is the self, with the inherent capabilities of theMeditation, 239:it is the method whereby the life utilizes the form and develops its thorough comprehension,Meditation, 239:intellect. It is the relation between life and form, the self and the not-self, between spirit andMeditation, 239:or intelligence. The life shows color and the form perfects those colors, as the intelligenceMeditation, 239:opposites, spirit and matter, consciousness and form, the forms built of matter by the aid of theMeditation, 248:are adequately followed up they will form the basis of certain inevitable conclusions. TheseMeditation, 249:which the esoteric veil. That color is the form and force of virtue (in the occult sense) in theMeditation, 254:then visualize that ideal as embodied in some form on the physical plane. They picture themselves,Meditation, 261:the consciousness to the value and true use of form. Thereby reality is contacted and the threeMeditation, 261:taken. He learns the meaning of each confining form; then, He has assumed control and wielded theMeditation, 261:the law upon the plane consistent with the form. He has then outgrown the form and has discarded itMeditation, 261:with the form. He has then outgrown the form and has discarded it for other and higher forms. ThusMeditation, 261:by means of the sacrifice and death of the form. Always [262] it is recognized as imprisoning;Meditation, 262:the value of the life, and the confines of the form, can be appreciated and known, and by knowledgeMeditation, 266:each of Whom is composed (from the standpoint of form) of group souls, - those group souls beingMeditation, 269:to purify his three lower bodies so that they form no hindrance to that contact, and so to dominateMeditation, 273:beginning now to gather out his own people, and form a group himself. This group will be at firstMeditation, 279:It is not only because it holds the secret of form and manifestation (which secret must be known byMeditation, 283:involves the comprehension of each evolution and form of divine life as found on those planes andMeditation, 283:brought under law. In meditation therefore the form of that meditation will be a threefoldMeditation, 285:from the objective to the subjective, from the form to the life within the form. Therefore throughMeditation, 285:subjective, from the form to the life within the form. Therefore through the emphasis laid in RajaMeditation, 285:with perfect clarity the deficiencies of any form, and bends every effort to aid the indwellingMeditation, 289:almost an automatic part of his meditation form. Then comes a day (usually when astrologicalMeditation, 290:of momentary heightening, which takes the form of a ripple or movement in the head. [291] At firstMeditation, 293:is known to some natures. He follows his usual form of meditation. He perseveres from day to dayMeditation, 299:should the response [299] be as hoped they will form a nucleus for further expansion. Meditation, 315:complement each other, and in the school will form a miniature hierarchy, showing on the physicalMeditation, 337:will be formulated and made into tabloid form, with direct effect upon the etheric body. This willMeditation, 351:has been given to the causal body owing to its form. Bodhisattva Literally, he whose consciousnessMeditation, 356:rendered objective [356] through divine magic. A form of words or syllables rhythmically arranged,Meditation, 356:Maya Sanskrit, "Illusion." Of the principle of form or limitation. The result of manifestation.Meditation, 356:by the mind. Mayavi Rupa Sanskrit, "Illusive Form." It is the body of manifestation created by theMeditation, 357:appropriates for purposes of manifestation. They form a stable center and are relatively permanent.Meditation, 357:statement: "Life we look upon as the one form of existence, manifesting in what is called matter,Patanjaliknowledge is based upon perception of the form and not upon the state of being. 9. Fancy rests uponPatanjaliby concentration upon its fourfold nature: the form, through examination; the quality (or guna),Patanjali, 8:self Higher self Lower self Life Consciousness Form Energy Force Matter The Presence The Angel ofPatanjali, 10:body, the faculty of thought and of thought-form making, the sum total of the mental processes; itPatanjali, 12:the capacities of the aggregate of lives which form the sheaths or bodies, imprison the real manPatanjali, 13:mental thought forms, and it is only as this "form-taking" is controlled and the tumult of thePatanjali, 14:of these are dependent upon identification with form. Non-attachment must supersede them. It isPatanjali, 15:a distinct range of vibrations, demonstrating as form manifestations. Deduction or inference, thePatanjali, 18:knowledge is based upon perception of the form and not upon the state of being. This sutra isPatanjali, 18:which is based upon externals, and upon the form through which any life in any kingdom of nature isPatanjali, 19:At this stage in the evolutionary process no form of any kind measures up to, or is an adequatePatanjali, 19:en rapport with the "true nature" latent in any form. It is the "being" that is the essentialPatanjali, 19:the lower faculties and which is based upon the form aspect is incorrect knowledge. The soul alonePatanjali, 20:whereas all they have perceived is a thought form of one of Them; the wish being father to thePatanjali, 20:to the thought they are the victim of that form of incorrect perception called by Patanjali, fancy.Patanjali, 20:thought forms of any kind (from the planetary form to that constructed by any band of thinkers)Patanjali, 20:to that constructed by any band of thinkers) form the sum total of the "great illusion!" HereinPatanjali, 20:a hint to the earnest aspirant. That thought form created by a man since his first appearance inPatanjali, 20:by a man since his first appearance in physical form, and called the "Dweller on the Threshold!"Patanjali, 22:the student of yoga aspires to, but which is a form of trance. This self-imposed quieting is notPatanjali, 25:that the physical body in its dense or concrete form is not regarded as a principle, but simply asPatanjali, 29:for rebirth (ever the outcome of longing for "form-expression" or material manifestation) then thePatanjali, 31:it is still within the lower world of form and will be transcended when non-attachment is known.Patanjali, 31:men who are still attached to the world of form. Patanjali, 32:the life of God which persists independently of form-taking, actuates or energizes substance. ThePatanjali, 32:been used, full experience through the use of form has been acquired, consciousness, perception orPatanjali, 32:through attachment to an object or to a form has been developed, all resources have been utilized,Patanjali, 33:is therefore freed from the gunas, released from form taking as the result of attachment, andPatanjali, 33:by concentration on its fourfold nature: the form, through examination; the quality (or guna),Patanjali, 33:XXIII, 7.) is based on occult facts. Every form of any kind has a soul, and that soul or consciousPatanjali, 33:principle is identical with that in the human form; identical in its nature though not in its scopePatanjali, 34:Meditation on the nature of a particular form, realizing, as the form is pondered upon, that it isPatanjali, 34:nature of a particular form, realizing, as the form is pondered upon, that it is but a symbol of anPatanjali, 34:whole tangible objective world being built up of form, of some kind (human, subhuman andPatanjali, 34:Meditation upon the quality of any particular form, so that an appreciation of its subjectivePatanjali, 34:Meditation upon the purpose of any particular form. This involves consideration of the idea back ofPatanjali, 34:of the idea back of or underlying any form manifestation and its display of energy. ThisPatanjali, 34:of the All which is the motivating factor in the form's activity. Thus through the part, the WholePatanjali, 35:upon the soul, upon the One who uses the form, who energizes it into activity and who is working inPatanjali, 35:himself and which is the truth hidden in every form, and in every kingdom of nature. Thus he will
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