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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GUNAS
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Fire, 1134:be studied also from the standpoint of the three Gunas: 21 [1135] Tamas - inertia - mineral kingdomFire, 1141:This might be expressed in terms also of the Gunas; it will be found by disciples (when permittedIntellect, 190:when the three qualities of matter (the three gunas or potencies of [191] nature) no longerPatanjaliman when liberated from the qualities or gunas. 17. The consciousness of an object is attained byPatanjali, 31:man when liberated from the qualities or gunas. Certain points should be remembered by the studentPatanjali, 32:reveal the true meaning of formlessness. The gunas are the three qualities of matter, the threePatanjali, 32:actuates or energizes substance. The three gunas are: 1. Sattva Energy of Spirit Monad FatherPatanjali, 32:to the macrocosm or the microcosm. The three gunas have all been used, full experience through thePatanjali, 33:or need for them. He is therefore freed from the gunas, released from form taking as the result ofPatanjali, 61:matter) through the inherent nature of the three gunas come to an end, for they have served theirPatanjali, 61:when the three qualities of matter (the three gunas or potencies of Nature. A.B.) no longerPatanjali, 103:as they express [103] the highest of the three gunas (or qualities of matter) is the highest orPatanjali, 112:considered pain owing to the activities of the gunas. These activities are threefold, producingPatanjali, 112:eventual liberation. 19. The divisions of the gunas (or qualities of matter) are fourfold; thePatanjali, 147:considered pain owing to the activities of the gunas. These activities are threefold, producingPatanjali, 147:anxieties and subliminal impressions. The three "gunas" are the three qualities of matter itself,Patanjali, 148:Coming to the practical manifestation of the gunas in the three worlds (in relation to man) it canPatanjali, 153:Atoms, Molecular matter, The elements, The three gunas or qualities, The tattvas or forcePatanjali, 155:2 - The Steps to Union 19. The divisions of the gunas (or qualities of matter) are fourfold; thePatanjali, 155:It is interesting to note here that the gunas or qualities (the sum total of the attributes orPatanjali, 156:if the nature of the four divisions of the three gunas were indicated, after giving the synonymsPatanjali, 156:indicated, after giving the synonyms for these gunas. The three gunas: The qualities of matter, ThePatanjali, 156:giving the synonyms for these gunas. The three gunas: The qualities of matter, The aspects ofPatanjali, 157:greater whole. 1. The specific division of the gunas. This specific or particularized division ofPatanjali, 157:This specific or particularized division of the gunas is divided into sixteen parts which dealPatanjali, 158:cosmic sense. 2. The unspecific division of the gunas. These are six in number and concern thatPatanjali, 159:Finally we come to the fourth division of the gunas or aspects, that "in which we live and move andPatanjali, 177:longer any power over him. He can then say "The gunas or qualities of matter in the three worlds noPatanjali, 344:its inherence. It is the sum total of the three gunas, tamas, rajas and sattva. Every elementPatanjali, 369:or potent, partake of the nature of the three gunas (qualities of matter). 14. The manifestation ofPatanjali, 369:matter) through the inherent nature of the three gunas come to an end, for they have served theirPatanjali, 369:when the three qualities of matter (the three gunas or potencies of nature) no longer exercise anyPatanjali, 399:or potent, partake of the nature of the three gunas (the three qualities of matter). ThePatanjali, 400:are in both cases concerned with the rhythm or gunas of matter. It might be said that what we arePatanjali, 405:differences of our experience, for the three gunas and their various combinations in differentPatanjali, 405:them supreme Vairagya they do not care for the gunas, which also assume a state of equilibrium andPatanjali, 428:through the inherent nature of the three gunas come to an end, for they have served their purpose.Patanjali, 428:when the three qualities of matter (the three gunas or potencies of nature) no longer exercise anyRays, 4:appearing. Therefore, what are called the "three gunas" in Hindu philosophy are but the qualities
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