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

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Astrology, 190:ascendant will be influenced by what the ancient Hindu Scriptures call kama-manas, which isAtom, 146:energy, and the Christian speaks of God, and the Hindu uses terms analogous to the 'I am that IAtom, 150:angel evolution, or the deva evolution, as the Hindu calls it. This opens up for us an immenseAutobiography, 39:"Full Moon of May." It is the full moon of the Hindu calendar month of Vaisakha (Taurus) under itsAutobiography, 39:this month is the national holiday known as the Hindu New Year's Day. This tremendous event takesAutobiography, 71:the Indian Congress Party. I asked a prominent Hindu a few years ago what he thought would happenAutobiography, 71:in a British body? You are a reincarnated Hindu and have had a Hindu body for many lives." "IAutobiography, 71:You are a reincarnated Hindu and have had a Hindu body for many lives." "I expect I have," IAutobiography, 133:call spiritual - the world which the ancient Hindu teacher, Patanjali, calls "the raincloud ofAutobiography, 228:and for years this most interesting group of old Hindu students worked with us. All these men wereAutobiography, 237:expansions of consciousness as outlined in the Hindu philosophy and the expression of these fiveAutobiography, 262:either in terms of orthodox Theosophy, of Hindu metaphysical speculation or under ChristianAutobiography, 288:waiting for the coming of the Boddhisattva, the Hindu for the coming Avatar and the Mohammedan forBethlehem, 12:stand upon their essential divinity. Both the Hindu teaching and the Buddhist faith have emphasizedBethlehem, 49:men recognized Him as the beloved Krishna of the Hindu faith, and as the Buddha. Then the ChristBethlehem, 97:Church has ever emphasized, as has also the Hindu faith. Christ held this ideal before HisBethlehem, 103:grows more constant as time goes on. The ancient Hindu teacher, Patanjali, taught that illuminationBethlehem, 279:demonstrate the Christ spirit, whether they be Hindu, Mohammedan, or Buddhist, whether they areDiscipleship1, 6:in the calm of silence and the rest of what the Hindu calls samadhi - complete detachment from theDiscipleship2, 641:Relax and turn the eyeballs upward. The Hindu system of rolling up the eyeballs does aid in thisEducation, viii:terms of operational techniques relevant to the Hindu psychology, rather than by WesternEducation, 88:Mohammedan, a Buddhist, or belong to one of the Hindu sects; if born in other countries, he may beExternalisation, 60:activity and rhythm or - giving them their Hindu names - tamas, rajas and sattva. When the mineralExternalisation, 286:it appears in the doctrine of the Avatars of the Hindu faith, in the teaching of the return ofExternalisation, 420:his different set of spiritual events, and the Hindu has still another list of holy days. In theExternalisation, 505:great guardian Angel of that plane, called (in Hindu terminology) the Lord Varuna. The activity ofExternalisation, 615:factors must be added today the struggle between Hindu and Moslem for the control of India, and theFire, 49:Universal Consciousness, the One, called by the Hindu the Saguna Brahman - the Eternal withFire, 219:motion produced by the Orphean singer or the Hindu Saraswati..." "In the Vishnu Purana, secondFire, 301:Brahma. These periods have been computed by the Hindu students and are the sumtotal of time as weFire, 397:these six forces and the "shaktis" of the Hindu philosophy. The Secret Doctrine says that: The SixFire, 980:- Thought Elementals and Fire Elementals In the Hindu Scriptures we will find that the Lord Vishnu,Fire, 980:great Word, the Word of God, the Christ, so the Hindu speaks of Vishnu, the great Singer, creatingGlamour, 64:It concerns the higher interpretations of the Hindu aphorism: Better one's own dharma than theHealing, 183:and of withdrawal." These are called in the Hindu terminology: the ida, the pingala and theHealing, 195:subjective correspondences are called in the Hindu philosophy, the "nadis"; they constitute anHealing, 210:in evolution. The head center (called in the Hindu philosophy, the thousand-petalled lotus)Healing, 333:(particularly the Tibetan, the Chinese, and the Hindu), with our modern western science, fits. TheHercules, 34:Aries and Vishnu is the second person of the Hindu Trimurti, or the cosmic Christ in incarnation,Hercules, 86:and mythological stories, Hamsa, the bird of the Hindu tradition, "the bird out of time and space",Hercules, 165:us the gift of existence. A quotation from a Hindu scripture tells us that there are three thingsHercules, 173:and Peter said, "Let us build three huts". In Hindu philosophy this is called "initiation of theInitiation, 106:in the Bible "The Ancient of Days," and in the Hindu Scriptures the First Kumara, he, Sanat KumaraInitiation, 183:the last cycle, have been orientals and those in Hindu bodies. This cycle has been dominated by theInitiation, 219:of a physical body. They are called by the Hindu "the mind-born sons of Brahma" amongst otherInitiation, 224:world period. The Aryan root race, to which the Hindu, European, and modern American races belong,Intellect, 26:modifications of the thinking principle (as the Hindu calls it) as strictly human, relegating man'sIntellect, 85:on all essential points, of the Western, Hindu, Moslem and Far-Eastern esoteric traditions. TheIntellect, 136:him on into union with itself. How? Another Hindu teacher tells us that [137] "the soul has theIntellect, 172:close this chapter with some words written by a Hindu mystic and some by a modern Christian mystic,Intellect, 172:points of view of the mystic and the knower. The Hindu says: "They are called Brahmins only thatIntellect, 184:religions, the Christian, the Buddhist and the Hindu faiths. In the Christian church, we speak ofIntellect, 184:to Tibet's Great Yogi, Milarepa, quotes a Hindu teacher in the following terms: "The three chiefIntellect, 188:- The Universality of Meditation The Method in Hindu Yoga The Hindus have analyzed the process ofIntellect, 234:the demanded task "without attachment" as the Hindu aspirant calls it. If success is to beMagic, 16:infallibility, the "correct knowledge" of the Hindu philosophy. When man grasps a fragment of itMagic, 619:motivating impulse is primarily due to what the Hindu teachers call a "sense of I-ness", and thatMeditation, 191:Every religion - Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Mohammedan, down to the distorted fetish worship ofMeditation, 354:of a physical body. They are called by the Hindu "the mind-born sons of Brahma" amongst otherMeditation, 359:world period. The Aryan root race, to which the Hindu, European, and modern American races belong,Patanjali, 51:God in incarnation. Vishnu Second person of the Hindu Trimurti. The soul of all things Atoms andPatanjali, 79:the body." It is interesting to note here, the Hindu teaching upon the uses of the tongue and thePatanjali, 126:is a large and generic expression and Hindu commentators point out that it involves even thePatanjali, 140:total of this knowledge. The four vidyas of the Hindu philosophy might be enumerated as follows:Patanjali, 156:of divine life which is called Brahma by the Hindu, and the Holy Spirit by the Christian. This isPatanjali, 158:forms. Technically these are called in the Hindu books the tanmatras. They have to do withPatanjali, 159:is the cause of them all, which is called in the Hindu books Buddhi, or pure reason, the intellectPatanjali, 172:is sevenfold, and is attained progressively. The Hindu teaching holds that the states ofPatanjali, 176:stages of illumination have been described by a Hindu teacher as follows: The stage wherein thePatanjali, 182:the five Commandments and the five Rules are the Hindu correspondence to the ten Commandments ofPatanjali, 248:factor and is the producer in the brain. A great Hindu teacher, Kecidhvaja, expresses this idea inPatanjali, 326:any of these forms of psychic faculty. An old Hindu writer says in connection with these powers: "APatanjali, 328:that sum total of nervous force, called by the Hindu, prana. It is controlled by the mind via thePatanjali, 350:or senses, which are usually divided by Hindu philosophers into ten instead of five. They dividePatanjali, 363:and this can be realized when the words of a Hindu commentator are considered. He says: As an atomPatanjali, 411:western minds to grasp. In the six schools of Hindu philosophy this whole problem of the source ofPatanjali, 411:or logical sequential results of the varied Hindu positions. The clue to the diversity of opinionsPatanjali, xiii:though one or two place him after Christ. The Hindu authorities themselves, however, who may beProblems, 11:the people. A Pole, a Frenchman, an American, a Hindu, a Britisher or a German are easilyProblems, 61:Mohammedan, a Buddhist, or belong to one of the Hindu sects; if born in other countries, he may beProblems, 87:be found existing today between the Moslem and Hindu populations of India - an ancient problemProblems, 99:Buddhism by centuries; older than many of the Hindu faiths, and much more ancient thanProblems, 129:theological interpretations of the Buddhist and Hindu Scriptures have kept the people in aProblems, 138:- will come and that He will not be Christian, Hindu or Buddhist but will belong to all menProblems, 141:of that which is coming and of what an old Hindu seer has spoken of as the "raincloud of knowableProblems, 162:his particular set of spiritual events, and the Hindu has still another list of holy days, as hasPsychology1, 182:be a national or a racial God; not Christian, Hindu or Buddhist. Such a God will not be a figmentPsychology2, 570:and illumined visions of the mystic. If he is a Hindu, there may come [571] to him a vision of theRays, 4:Therefore, what are called the "three gunas" in Hindu philosophy are but the qualities He manifestsRays, 254:three major world religions - the Christian, the Hindu and the Buddhist - will be intimatelyReappearance, 19:a Russian, a Negro, a Latin, a Turk, a Hindu, or any other nationality. Who can say which? He mayReappearance, 19:Who can say which? He may be a Christian or a Hindu by faith, a Buddhist or of no particular faithReappearance, 143:for spiritual enlightenment, and the cry of the Hindu for spiritual understanding - along with theReappearance, 145:nearer than hands and feet," chants the Hindu. "Christ in us, the hope of glory" is the triumphantReappearance, 154:his different set spiritual events, and the Hindu has still another list of holy days. In theSoul, 93:most [93] dangerous science. A little book by a Hindu physician, well grounded in Western medicineSoul, 98:accompanies life." - Ramacharaka, Yogi, The Hindu-Yogi Science of Breath, pp. 16, 17. This prana isSoul, 100:process repeats itself in man, according to the Hindu philosophy. The physical body is theSoul, 104:which is intermediate between mind and matter. "Hindu philosophy regards Prana and not motion asSoul, 106:has been raised into heaven, and hence the Hindu teaching that the Kundalini fire, the energy of
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