|Patanjali, 406:to the occult student) do I function? Do I identify myself with the form or with the soul? WhichPsychology1, xxv:right and true and correct in so far as we can identify ourselves with this unity. In closing, mayPsychology1, 15:the solar system. No initiate on the planet can identify himself with the consciousness of thatPsychology1, 249:the problem and the glory of man is that he can identify himself with both aspects - the form andPsychology1, 250:between these pairs of opposites. He can identify himself with the subhuman forms, and this hePsychology1, 250:he invariably does in the early stages. He can identify himself with the life aspect, and this hePsychology1, 331:I may use so cumbrous a phrase) is the power to identify the human consciousness with all otherPsychology1, 340:of reality, and by an effort on man's part to identify himself with the world of spiritual valuesPsychology2, 12:composed of the self-aware individuals, can then identify themselves discriminatingly with groupPsychology2, 158:would release us from the wheel of life and identify us with the spiritual self and its world ofPsychology2, 161:will free the soul from the world of forms and identify it, first of all, with itself (thus freeingPsychology2, 375:the idealism of others and of himself and will identify himself with that of the Hierarchy, whichPsychology2, 392:whole divine scheme or living structure, and to identify himself with it in an active capablePsychology2, 475:be active on the plane himself or consciously identify himself with it, but, mentally andPsychology2, 501:see. Many people do see and contact them and can identify themselves with them upon returning toPsychology2, 655:will which will enable a man in any country to identify himself with his brothers in other parts ofPsychology2, 680:of the New Group of World Servers are never to identify themselves with any political, religious orPsychology2, 743:consciousness will be seen and the power to identify oneself with the group and not with one's ownRays, 6:brought about through the ability of the self to identify with its real nature as the Onlooker, andRays, 32:egoic will, and a constantly growing capacity to identify  the group with the will or purposeRays, 108:a larger will than his own and begins slowly to identify himself with it, proceeding stage by stageRays, 201:into the OM and the AUM. When we can identify the Sound and are no longer "moved" by the OM, thenRays, 296:activity; they are free from the spirit to identify themselves with that which they expressed, butRays, 357:in the three worlds is due to the fact that men identify themselves with the dense physical brain,Rays, 358:for the Master Who has no longer the power to identify His consciousness with anything in the threeReappearance, 20:and pointed to the cure. He taught: Cease to identify yourselves with material things or with yourReappearance, 110:man to believe, for that would certainly fail to identify Him and He would be simply classed asSoul, 20:thought.' By this Watson does not mean to identify thought with the correlated cortical activity ofTelepathy, 21:with the Spiritual Triad, and therefore to identify itself less and less with the lower reflection,Telepathy, 31:and its mental appeal. Study its very being and identify yourself with its divine underlying idea.