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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - IDENTIFICATION
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Healing, 506:He is just a member of the mass. The conscious identification of the soul with the personalityHealing, 507:"control" phase is conditioned by the complete identification of the personality with the soul;Healing, 507:the soul; this is a reversal of the previous identification of the soul with the personality. ThisHealing, 515:connotes two things: The soul's capacity for identification with form; this is first of allHealing, 598:to the rest of men. The entire question of identification lies behind all manifestation; it isHealing, 598:lies behind all manifestation; it is identification with or of spirit and matter which is theHealing, 674:the higher Way of the Master, it relates to that identification which supersedes theHealing, 690:to which we have given the inadequate name of identification. Where the sound has been registeredHealing, 690:possible; when the registration is in the head, identification has produced such complete unityHercules, 53:a right understanding of celibacy, and by [53] identification with group purpose, the disciple willHercules, 101:which is the sign of physical birth and of the identification of the unit with the mass, the workHercules, 146:power of synthesis that results in a sense of identification with all living things? The experienceHercules, 189:intuitive perception and brotherly love which is identification with every form in every kingdom inHercules, 203:hallmark of the New Age, the universal spirit, identification, oneness with all your fellowmen.Hercules, 212:Mass sensitivity; for the average man, mass identification with form; for the disciple, service forIntellect, 113:comes the stage which is called [113] bliss, or identification. The consciousness is no longerIntellect, 116:of meditation slips into a state of conscious identification with that spiritual reality we callIntellect, 133:transcended, and knowledge of divine things, and identification with the indwelling Deity may beIntellect, 151:and method which carries man to the state of identification with the soul. It posits - as a resultIntellect, 151:with the soul. It posits - as a result of that identification and its subsequent effects - anIntellect, 154:is the kingdom of God. All the time that this identification with the soul continues, the mind isIntellect, 179:follows: "The sense of personality is due to the identification of the knower with the instrumentsIntellect, 238:of ideas; from the angle of the soul, it is the identification of the individual soul with theMagic, 126:soul. They can achieve, from their proximity and identification with their working materials,Magic, 174:[174] There is a later stage of a still closer identification, where there is a blending of theMagic, 246:of his divinity and then, through a temporary identification with his body of sensory perception,Magic, 311:The fact that protects from complete sensitive identification with this greater life is man'sMagic, 429:synthesis, but it is not so. It is union through identification with the whole - not union throughMagic, 429:of realization, but the key or the secret of identification is still withheld. It lies in theMagic, 572:to live as a soul and, therefore, free from identification with the body nature. This brings outPatanjali, 14:pleasure, for both of these are dependent upon identification with form. Non-attachment mustPatanjali, 33:inspiration (or bliss) and the soul, through identification. It will be apparent therefore that thePatanjali, 65:which is based upon lower perception and the identification of the real man with that illusoryPatanjali, 70:or sheaths, nor must it only include service or identification with group consciousness, but itPatanjali, 71:deal with the effects of wrong centralization or identification. Pain is the effect produced whenPatanjali, 90:Study and investigation, Experiment, Discovery, Identification, Realization. The adept can identifyPatanjali, 91:onlooker or perceiver and from the standpoint of identification. He is one with the atom ofPatanjali, 92:key or quality. Then follows Contemplation, the identification of the knower with that withinPatanjali, 106:those thinks which concern objectivity, but only identification with the spirit can reveal thePatanjali, 108:is consequently false, [108] leading to wrong identification and an erroneous set of values. MentalPatanjali, 112:6. The sense of personality is due to the identification of the knower with the instruments ofPatanjali, 133:Union 6. The sense of personality is due to the identification of the knower with the instrumentsPatanjali, 134:a recognition of the reality and the sense of identification with the not-self becomes steadilyPatanjali, 134:the sense of personality will fade away and identification with the soul will ensue. This is one ofPatanjali, 157:those physical organs or channels through which identification with the tangible world becomesPatanjali, 167:himself as thinking thus and so. It is this identification which results in the theologicalPatanjali, 167:race and particularly in this fifth subrace this identification reaches its apotheosis. It is thePatanjali, 168:The union of the soul with the form and its identification with the matter aspect, The union ofPatanjali, 169:for reality. It might be expressed thus. Identification with the phenomenal world and the use ofPatanjali, 169:Realization, expansion of consciousness and identification with the spiritual man cover the periodPatanjali, 171:aspirant into an entirely new dimension and his identification with a life and a world of beingPatanjali, 194:for long aeons; Delusion, the process of wrong identification, in which the self deludes itself,Patanjali, 194:Ignorance or avidya, the result of this wrong identification and at the same time the cause of it.Patanjali, 210:with the soul is effected, and consequently identification with that one in whom we live and movePatanjali, 250:and comprehension, communication and identification then become possible. Patanjali, 256:by such terms as unification, realization, identification, nirvanic consciousness, etc. It isPatanjali, 264:perceiving consciousness is also aware of its identification with the reality behind the form. ThisPatanjali, 264:so much as a realization of unity with, or identification with the life it veils. This is in itselfPatanjali, 288:the other is free from desire, produces "identification with" and has no binding effects in thePatanjali, 358:spirit and disharmony with matter. It involves identification with the Father in Heaven, and a truePatanjali, 400:of its own, inherent in its own nature. By identification with the form and utilization of it, thePatanjali, 402:thinker. Later, through strenuous effort, this identification ceases; the soul becomes aware ofProblems, 92:learn in other ways humanity's great lesson of identification and non-separateness. Great and smallProblems, 151:Individual effort, group opportunity and identification with each other - such is the message ofPsychology1, 15:degree) of the embodied Logos, of Deity, and his identification with the consciousness of thatPsychology1, 3+4:to divine interplay and activity, to a final identification with the one Life. Form awareness hasPsychology1, 39:quality of the Life which has produced it. This identification of the quality with the appearancePsychology1, 53:the consciousness of the group, then we have identification with a ray-group, and there appears thePsychology1, 143:is lost in the vision of the One and in identification with the One. Ten: The method employed toPsychology1, 249:and the whole. The greater and closer the identification with the form aspect, the greater is thePsychology1, 254:of [254] the power to scent that food, to the identification of the smell of a beloved master andPsychology1, 428:the use of the power to scent that food, to the identification of the smell of a beloved master orPsychology2, 8:- Personality. Initiation - Ego. Identification - Monad. Psychology2, 12:accomplished in three ways: By personal, imposed identification with the group, through thePsychology2, 18:to the mysterious, indescribable process called identification which is the final stage of soulPsychology2, 19:into that supreme Reality and Synthesis through Identification that even the consciousness of thePsychology2, 20:which we call individualization, initiation, and identification, it should be borne in mind thatPsychology2, 24:it, and is distinguished only by a complete identification with the physical form and itsPsychology2, 24:passes, and slowly the capacity for conscious identification increases, with a growing desire for aPsychology2, 24:such as the astral body evokes. Gradually, the identification of the soul with the form shifts fromPsychology2, 27:through the two final stages of Initiation and Identification. These three stages mark the progressPsychology2, 27:progress of the soul consciousness from that of identification with the form to that ofPsychology2, 27:that of identification with the form to that of identification with the Self. These three words -Psychology2, 27:three words - individualization, initiation and identification, - cover the whole process of man'sPsychology2, 29:three steps of Individualization, Initiation and Identification, which mark the progress of thePsychology2, 29:which mark the progress of the soul from identification with form until it loses itself and its ownPsychology2, 29:it loses itself and its own identity in a higher identification with the Absolute One, let us carryPsychology2, 29:that there are, literally, two points of identification in the long experience of the soul. OnePsychology2, 30:their types of consciousness. This connotes identification with form life. The other connotesPsychology2, 30:with form life. The other connotes identification with all that lies outside of form expression andPsychology2, 30:and it must be remembered that the final identification is the result of the experience gainedPsychology2, 30:a state of Being or of livingness that realizes identification with the Whole and which, at thePsychology2, 32:concerned - Individualization, Initiation and Identification - have led the Life or the spiritual,Psychology2, 35:stages of Individualization, Initiation, and Identification. This is a major occult platitude, butPsychology2, 36:of Individualization (which is the process of identification with form) by seven occult statementsPsychology2, 40:Power realized as the major weapon of love; Identification with the rhythm of the Whole; ThePsychology2, 41:and cooperation with the part and not the whole, Identification with humanity, the fourth CreativePsychology2, 43:the use of soul powers for spiritual ends; The identification of oneself with reality; Right orderPsychology2, 44:in the liberation of the spirit which we call Identification. All that is possible, even in thePsychology2, 45:significance of the first initiation. As regards identification, the reactions of the illumined
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