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

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Meditation, 81:petal vibrates in all the dimensions, then the goal for this manvantara is reached. The lower lotusMeditation, 107:aim in view of the achievement of a particular goal, and the attainment of a certain end, known inMeditation, 113:differ - in the east and in the west, but the goal will be the same. It must be borne in mind, forMeditation, 113:reverse would also be the case. But always the goal will be the same. Forms may be individual orMeditation, 115:of probation and starts meditation is that the goal ahead for him is not primarily the completingMeditation, 115:are necessarily incidental but are not the goal. His immediate environment and his close associatesMeditation, 141:three things: The Consciousness itself. The goal towards which it seeks to rise. The steps wherebyMeditation, 144:have dealt with the consciousness itself and the goal it aspires to and have thus dealt with ourMeditation, 151:the path whereby he attempts to reach his goal. Today we will outline as briefly the course takenMeditation, 167:the line of the Bodhisattva, or he can reach his goal via the path of the Mahachohan. But speciallyMeditation, 168:line of intelligence, he must finally find his goal on the synthetic Ray of Love and Wisdom. HeMeditation, 168:all the others. Love was the source, love is the goal, and love the method of attainment. Meditation, 168:intermediate states that lie between him and his goal. He rises by means of various focal points ofMeditation, 180:line of least resistance whereby to reach some goal, to communicate with some individualMeditation, 186:all impurity and dross is burnt away, and the goal is reached. The spark has become a flame, andMeditation, 214:which you can be absolutely assured. One is the goal of endeavor, and the other is the foundationMeditation, 215:or the harmonizing has been made, and the goal has been reached. Blue and yellow blended result inMeditation, 231:day to be attained. Only by pointing out the goal and by emphasizing that point will man be inducedMeditation, 254:on the three planes. [254] The Search for the Goal Today it may be possible to touch somewhat uponMeditation, 257:veil and hide the inner center do we achieve the goal, and find the Ones we seek. Only by theMeditation, 258:Why this emphasis upon love? Because the goal for all is love, and therein lies the merging. To putMeditation, 258:one and all, and the method is meditation. The goal is perfect love and wisdom; the steps are theMeditation, 262:Through meditation has the Great One reached His goal and (which is a thing not so oftMeditation, 275:spheres than the earth sphere. His immediate goal in working with the pupil is to prepare him forMeditation, 281:to the endeavor; we have indicated likewise his goal - and very sketchily - the forms and methodsMeditation, 297:the human mind leaps forward to some appointed goal. If I here outline what may seem a visionaryMeditation, 298:That some individuals here and there achieve the goal, that some people do master the system ofMeditation, 301:universal recognition and for universal aim and goal. They will be prepared for and entered fromMeditation, 310:world life comes, at the end, attainment of the goal. The life of the disciple becomes not easierMeditation, 344:the furtherance of that end. A definite personal goal of achievement, some great ideal - such asMeditation, 356:through them to man and thence to the final goal. Nirmanakaya Those perfected beings who renouncePatanjali, 11:In these three verses, the method and the goal are described in clear and certain terms and the wayPatanjali, 14:of the desire-will of the lower man. The goal of the Raja Yoga system is that these impulses shouldPatanjali, 22:activity of the mind and its correct use is the goal of yoga, and that the state called "a blankPatanjali, 24:and from all lower activity. This is the goal. [25] Finally (for it is not necessary to enumeratePatanjali, 26:appreciation of the work to be done and the goal to be reached, and not upon spasmodic enthusiasm.Patanjali, 27:aspirant with sufficient steadiness toward his goal. The objective in view - union with the soul,Patanjali, 30:the three worlds is that "devachan" which is the goal of the majority of the sons of men.Patanjali, 32:limitations, even that of the soul itself. The goal is formlessness or freedom from objective andPatanjali, 35:upon an object, the aspirant arrives at his goal, knowledge of the soul, and of the soul powers. HePatanjali, 40:Energy. When the theory is grasped, when the goal is perceived, then activity ensues - that rightPatanjali, 40:that correct use of force which will bring the goal nearer and make theory fact. Memory, or rightPatanjali, 43:to make clear the two ways whereby men reach the goal, - knowledge of the spiritual life, andPatanjali, 45:forward, eventually arriving at their goal. They are distinguished by intense tenacity. TheirPatanjali, 46:first" and the hare and the tortoise meet at the goal. Patanjali, 73:ways whereby peace may be achieved, and thus the goal be reached. These seven are next dealt with,Patanjali, 84:should the aspirant seek to arrive at his goal. The first thing which is revealed is darkness. ThisPatanjali, 112:divine One). 45. Through devotion to Ishvara the goal of meditation (or samadhi) is reached. 46.Patanjali, 133:knower stands alone. This is liberation and the goal. Patanjali, 145:sum up human existence, its object, method and goal and with them we need not deal. The wholePatanjali, 176:and truth. He can say now "I have reached my goal. Nothing remains to attract me in the threePatanjali, 189:can best work out his problem and achieve the goal for any specific life. This does not entail aPatanjali, 190:things but loss" if he can only arrive at his goal. Spiritual reading will be found to concern thePatanjali, 207:is lost, and steady progress towards the goal is made. [208] Patanjali, 211:tangible manifestation of a divine concept. The goal of evolution is to bring to perfection, thisPatanjali, 211:to Union 45. Through devotion to Ishvara the goal of meditation (or samadhi) is reached. The goalPatanjali, 211:goal of meditation (or samadhi) is reached. The goal of meditation is ability to contact the divinePatanjali, 213:for use upon the physical plane. This is the goal of the meditation process, and the results inPatanjali, 267:all characteristics have relative values. The goal is one; the origin is one, but owing to thePatanjali, 285:Thus he consciously and intelligently nears his goal and every deed, act and thought is governed byPatanjali, 290:union between soul and body, which is the true goal of Raja Yoga. Will the students of this sciencePatanjali, 326:brought near to him. One who longs for the final goal of life, the absolute assuagement of thePatanjali, 326:which go counter to the attainment of that goal." Dvivedi says: "The occult powers describedPatanjali, 347:This is the capacity of the yogin to achieve his goal, to extend his realization to any locality,Patanjali, 360:again presses forward towards a higher goal. At every stage of the path, the injunction soundsPatanjali, 366:and will be. When the aspirant has reached his goal he knows the true significance of hisPatanjali, 378:of man's evolution, human and superhuman. The goal of the true aspirant is the unfoldment of thesePatanjali, ix:and the fifth initiation, that of adept, is the goal for evolving humanity. Thus, all the YogasPatanjali, xii:of the man in physical incarnation then the goal has been reached. The man is no longer what hisProblems, 27:up the psychological problem of humanity. The goal is right human relations; nations will stand orProblems, 35:spirit. Then let us endeavor to see what the goal of the new educational movement should be andProblems, 35:be and what are the signposts on the way to that goal. Let us try to formulate a long range planProblems, 51:for a better system and a wiser approach to the goal of world citizenship. It might be of value atProblems, 65:of both goodwill and understanding should be the goal of the enlightened everywhere and theProblems, 90:attainment to attainment and towards an ultimate goal which as yet no man visions but which isProblems, 116:an evidence only of wishful thinking? Does the goal of right human relations, equal rights andProblems, 116:all men everywhere provide an entirely possible goal for which all well-intentioned men can workProblems, 130:political program in which temporal power is the goal and not the welfare of the little people. TheProblems, 144:helping and salvaging of humanity will be the goal. The fact of the spiritual Hierarchy of ourProblems, 147:word is a statement of the underlying origin and goal of humanity and is the keynote of the fourthProblems, 165:and not only would our oneness of origin, of goal and of life be recognized but that which would bePsychology1, 10:persistence which will drive them forward to the goal, need to remember that theirs is thePsychology1, 11:life. The idea that a renewed effort towards the goal of spiritual light is the cause of trouble orPsychology1, 27:this world," but only as yet potentially, - the goal of evolution being to make the potential intoPsychology1, 47:to an intelligent appreciation of the true goal of desire and to an intelligent use of thePsychology1, 49:of terms involves the realization of an achieved goal. It is not true of the present stage asPsychology1, 49:as yet the plan of the monad nor the true goal towards which all are striving. Some day all will.Psychology1, 57:conscious of His work, of His project and His goal. This solar system is an appearance, but GodPsychology1, 57:pervaded with His life, goes forward towards the goal for which He has [58] created it. Within,Psychology1, 59:their Answers Question 2 What are the Origin, Goal, Purpose and Plan of the Soul? The seven raysPsychology1, 60:mind; They are "awake and active." Their goal and Their purpose is such that it is idle for us toPsychology1, 60:order to subjugate it to divine purpose, and the goal - as far as one can sense it - is to subjectPsychology1, 81:the point of fanaticism) to whatever may be the goal of his life's attention. This goal may be toPsychology1, 81:may be the goal of his life's attention. This goal may be to achieve discipleship, or to raise aPsychology1, 88:a similar function. Two rays are largely the goal of human endeavor, the first ray and the secondPsychology1, 88:the first ray and the second ray. One ray is the goal of the deva or angel evolution, the thirdPsychology1, 88:contact the two poles, and the attainment of the goal at the end of the cycle marks the achievementPsychology1, 89:Love and Wisdom, the synthetic ray which is the goal for this system, holding all in close harmonyPsychology1, 131:achievement of full awareness is of course the goal of the evolutionary process. Again symbolicallyPsychology1, 151:undeviatingly and unerringly towards a specific goal. This goal is known in its fullest measure
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