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

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Magic, 491:After that the mind will be engrossed by the ideas and not by the thought-form. Thirdly, byMagic, 491:own thought world and by entering the world of ideas and the stream of human thought currents. TheMagic, 491:stream of human thought currents. The world of ideas is the world of the soul, and of the higherMagic, 492:his thought-form. His work lies in the world of ideas and not in physical effects. AutomaticallyMagic, 507:physical plane manifestation of the subjective ideas, under law and constructively, is never anMagic, 523:be released. All books are prison houses of ideas, and only when speech and writing are supersededMagic, 524:intuitive. Then these forms of words and these ideas, clothed in form, will not be needed. You canMagic, 524:naked truth, and live and work in the terrain of ideas and not in the world of forms. So we leaveMagic, 527:plans and purposes of the soul, transmitting its ideas via the mind, so the planetary Deity,Magic, 541:the potent mass thoughts or individual dynamic ideas, must eventually emerge objectively on theMagic, 541:who can think creatively. Public opinion, mass ideas, the tendencies of [542] human desire andMagic, 554:of the aspirant, I shall not carry these ideas further beyond prophesying that within fifty yearsMagic, 567:and is not sufficiently interested. Many fine ideas equally fail to materialize or have noMagic, 574:by self-will and by the desire to impose his ideas upon other people and so to shine in theirMagic, 582:forms of expression which will embody the new ideas, the emerging principles, and the new conceptsMagic, 603:in on the world thought, and upon the realm of ideas and can discriminate between and choose thoseMagic, 621:an increasing ability to sense the thoughts and ideas of others, and do they find that they areMagic, 631:and undue [631] adaptation of the suggested ideas of worldly or intellectual counselors. PublicMagic, 637:the group. Because of the emphasis upon his own ideas and his own methods of working, a discipleMagic, 638:service of humanity, to subordinate their own ideas and wishes to the group good, to take theirMeditation, 4:first but of increasing frequency, will abstract ideas begin to filter down, to be followed in dueMeditation, 29:one of the secrets of initiation but certain ideas may be suggested and submitted to theMeditation, 30:the instinctive memory and correlation of ideas that can be seen in the average domesticatedMeditation, 46:remedy the defects. The field opened up by these ideas is so vast that I cannot deal with it here.Meditation, 58:concrete levels of the mental plane, of abstract ideas and intuitions. This is what might be termedMeditation, 60:that we dare do no more than indicate basic ideas and fundamental principles, and then leave theMeditation, 132:is to throw into his mental aura suggestions and ideas purporting to come from his own Master butMeditation, 153:today, but I would like to outline for you the ideas that must be brought out later. We will dealMeditation, 167:the form, with the implanting of religious ideas and with the development of philosophical conceptsMeditation, 172:is the line of abstract mind, and of archetypal ideas. The man broods not so much upon the Law, notPatanjali, 30:of delusion" which is constructed of men's ideas about God, heaven or hell. The sublimation of allPatanjali, 96:on which the adept works the more elevated the ideas touched and the simpler or more synthetic thePatanjali, 97:and the perceiver enters into the realm of ideas and of causes. This is pure contemplation, freePatanjali, 108:those vibratory impulses which express certain ideas and desires, - primarily at present thePatanjali, 125:specific groups standing for certain basic ideas. He has to interpret the ideas lying back ofPatanjali, 125:for certain basic ideas. He has to interpret the ideas lying back of specific symbols, and he hasPatanjali, 127:sense of attachment. These are the five wrong ideas or concepts which for aeons of time andPatanjali, 160:and though pure, still beholds intellected ideas." The thought conveyed is that the true man, thePatanjali, 161:Though pure, I look [161] upon presented ideas through the medium of the mind." We have here: 1.Patanjali, 161:is a "presented-idea," and that these presented ideas are therefore embodied thoughts of some kindPatanjali, 162:this triple manifestation. This is the world of ideas and therefore of pure knowledge, pure reasonPatanjali, 162:lives, the one Purpose which blends the many ideas into one homogeneous plan. 3. The mind. This isPatanjali, 162:the seer employs in order to perceive presented ideas or thought forms. For purposes ofPatanjali, 162:it might be noted that the presented ideas fall into five groups of thought forms: The tangiblePatanjali, 162:crowd the mental world. Through these "presented ideas," the seer achieves knowledge of thePatanjali, 162:between the illusory world of present ideas and those realities which constitute the world ofPatanjali, 163:control achieved, arrive at the fifth stage: The ideas presented by the world of spiritual life,Patanjali, 165:held him no longer do so; the great currents of ideas and thoughts and desires which have theirPatanjali, 165:to the currents of thought, and the world of ideas emanating from great spiritual entities, fromPatanjali, 182:or his group, and his mental attitude towards ideas, thought currents and abstract concepts.Patanjali, 183:transmit to the brain, higher thoughts, abstract ideas, and idealistic concepts. This meansPatanjali, 220:to the control of the bodily forces. The ideas and teaching conveyed fall into three parts: I. ThePatanjali, 245:of the personal life, Mental concepts or those ideas which embody the ideals lying back of allPatanjali, 246:of the emotions, and so into the world of mental ideas and concepts. This process, which is carriedPatanjali, 247:"An uninterrupted succession of presented ideas single in intent upon His form, without desire forPatanjali, 264:commentary, Johnston gives us a picture of the ideas involved, in the following words: "...we get aPatanjali, 269:nature of a summing up of the rather abstruse ideas of the text. The sutras following upon this onePatanjali, 270:we are considering sums the [270] preceding ideas and it is interesting to note how this firstPatanjali, 389:from desire. Therefore, though he formulates ideas and though he can carry on powerful meditationsProblems, 14:thousands are talking about the possibility. All ideas which emanate from the divine in man andProblems, 18:for himself and to set great store by his own ideas, and all in a spirit of goodwill. This shouldProblems, 28:groups, fanatically occupied with their own ideas, capital and labor, isolationists andProblems, 33:educational field are constantly endorsing these ideas; the progressive movements in education haveProblems, 35:than the self. It confers the ability to grasp ideas. The history of mankind is [36] fundamentallyProblems, 36:[36] fundamentally the history of the growth of ideas, progressively realized and of man'sProblems, 44:our theory of history upon the great and good ideas which have conditioned the nations and madeProblems, 45:happier as well as of a safer world. Two major ideas should immediately be taught to [46] theProblems, 46:angles. We have also pointed out certain basic ideas which should be immediately inculcated: theProblems, 52:As a searchlight, penetrating into the world of ideas and of abstract truth. Knowledge comes fromProblems, 53:the attempt to seize upon and [53] understand ideas. Both of these are implemented by curiosity andProblems, 55:unfoldment of the intuition, the importance of ideas and ideals and the development of abstractProblems, 57:presented on the basis of the conditioning ideas which have led humanity onward and not on theProblems, 57:itself with the right perception and use of ideas, of their transformation into working ideals andProblems, 83:of the past, can stop the re-emerging of the old ideas and concepts and can bring to an end theProblems, 126:and have attempted to explain them, passing the ideas they find through the filter of their ownProblems, 126:what they thought God meant and their words and ideas have, therefore, become religious law and theProblems, 126:In the last analysis, what have you? The ideas of some human mind - interpreted in terms of hisProblems, 128:in importance and consists largely of men's ideas about truth. Men have gone far today in theProblems, 133:to present sound [133] Christian and religious ideas to a searching, suffering world. They are trueProblems, 142:the churches presenting a synthesis of these two ideas which have been summed up for us in theProblems, 152:Himself. May it not be possible that our present ideas of God as the Universal Mind, as Love and asProblems, 161:or attract other aspects, such as visions, ideas, and spiritual recognitions. Worship has ever beenProblems, 179:brotherhood. The propagation of these ideas by all available means and the spread of the principlePsychology1, xxi:idea of a great Life with Its own psychology and ideas. It was an attempt to give a syntheticPsychology1, xxv:of the apprehension, by man, of the creative ideas which have molded the race and are establishingPsychology1, 11:in the light, and consequently are receptive to ideas hitherto unrecognized. If a group of mindsPsychology1, 11:great concepts can be grasped and great ideas intuited. Men can train themselves - as a group - toPsychology1, 11:- as a group - to think these intuited ideas of the true and the beautiful and of the Plan intoPsychology1, 12:to fit yourselves for the registering of these ideas, and train yourselves to formulate them intoPsychology1, 34:temporarily specialized life. This triplicity of ideas requires careful study. It might bePsychology1, 43:of blue prints and synthetic formulations of ideas, and in the tracing of historical developments -Psychology1, 52:responsible for much of the formulation of the ideas which have led man on, and for much of thePsychology1, 58:of quality, of mental reactions to a world of ideas; there is a higher consciousness of plan and ofPsychology1, 67:Otherwise these ancient and interesting ideas, these interpretative names, and these aphorisms,Psychology1, 72:a general outline, with the impartation of ideas, with the grounding of a few basic concepts in thePsychology1, 80:(note that paradoxical phrase) of the underlying ideas will reveal a little of the larger purpose.Psychology1, 82:of those thought-forms which must embody the ideas sent forth from the universal divine Mind. MenPsychology1, 93:arts grew richer and made its impress, so that ideas of God grew, and likewise ideas of the soulPsychology1, 93:impress, so that ideas of God grew, and likewise ideas of the soul and of the world, man's conceptsPsychology1, 93:which testifies to a world of concepts, ideas and intuitions which deal with the immaterial and the
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