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

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Magic, 223:He may travel sometimes in the dark (and the illusion of darkness is very real); he may travelMagic, 223:the progress of the man who has awakened to the illusion, who has glimpsed the reality beyond theMagic, 224:realization and liberation from the great world illusion, and to this end every aspirant is beggedMagic, 224:and who releases himself from the glamor of illusion aids in the Great Work. [225] Again, theMagic, 231:disciple who wrestles in the vale of illusion, and deals not alone with his own nature but with theMagic, 231:naturally reacts, but also involve the forces of illusion arrayed against the group of disciples toMagic, 232:of chaos. He is no longer immersed in the world illusion but has risen above it. He can no longerMagic, 237:the astral plane is no longer the plane of illusion, but can become the field of service. WhetherMagic, 238:as an adept on that plane, to pierce through its illusion and to see life true. Magic, 238:which, when brought together, produce the great Illusion. These are: First, the force of selfishMagic, 239:magician. You oft have been told that fear is an illusion. Yet this statement does not help. It isMagic, 240:the world and forces men to walk in the great illusion. It is interesting to note that the work ofMagic, 241:own plane the souls of all men stand free from illusion, and neither can be destroyed, deluded norMagic, 247:plane, the Kurukshetra, or the plane of illusion, where land (physical nature) and water (emotionalMagic, 298:with all humanity), the fear of the great illusion of the astral plane, of the phantasmagoria ofMagic, 306:cognize Reality. It is part of the great astral illusion and, if this is grasped, it will becomeMagic, 308:is the need of freeing themselves from the Great Illusion. Arjuna knew this, yet succumbed toMagic, 308:the place where Light and Life are found. Thus illusion ends. It is his astral polarization whichMagic, 358:and fire together blend and cause the great Illusion. Fog they produce and mist and steam andMagic, 370:hiding themselves within a shell of illusion. But the aspirant has frequently reached the stageMagic, 375:an extent that all duality disappears in the illusion that the Self is the form. We have then theMagic, 388:disintegrates; the personality fades out, and illusion is ended. This is the consummation of theMagic, 424:sleep. The dream life as related is as full of illusion as any of the more definitely lower psychicMagic, 472:which will embody for him his own peculiar great illusion. Magic, 473:the false out of the true. Learn the meaning of illusion, and in its midst locate the golden threadMagic, 489:and thus swing him deeper into the world of illusion and of astralism. Hence the need for humility,Magic, 497:of intelligent functioning but that is an illusion due to old habit and to old established rhythmMagic, 533:in the welcome to the Father's Home; pain is the illusion of the Father's disowning, which drivesMagic, 545:bodies. Their world is ever the world of illusion. They work, from the lower mental plane, onMagic, 548:word he will utter forth in Scorpio will be: "Illusion cannot hold me. I am the bird that fliesMagic, 549:physical body, tangible and objective, is but an illusion. We are told again and again in theMagic, 565:is an ancient way of referring to the great illusion. This term conveys not only the concept of theMagic, 611:Magic - Rule Fifteen - The Negation of the Great Illusion The Negation of the Great Illusion TheMagic, 611:of the Great Illusion The Negation of the Great Illusion The phrase in Rule XV which says "thatMagic, 612:phenomenon constitute the basis of the Great Illusion to which the ancient books refer; through theMagic, 612:which these two aspects of divinity seem (again illusion, be it noted) to meet and work is but aMagic, 612:can be gauged in terms of his freedom from this illusion and of his release into the clear air andMagic, 613:animal is beginning to sense dimly the world of illusion and possesses certain psychic powers andMagic, 613:fail to interpret the astral plane. The veil of illusion is beginning to fall before the eyes ofMagic, 613:being has wandered for ages in the world of illusion, for it is of his own creating. Yet man in hisMagic, 613:and learns little by little to dissipate the illusion by the steady growth of the radiant light ofMagic, 613:to the realization of unity. The veil of illusion resembles the moment before dawn when the worldMagic, 613:and the vast cycle of time in which the great illusion holds sway can therefore be judged, from theMagic, 614:of the spiritual, and this interlude of astral illusion is only known in the human family. There isMagic, 614:the fourth kingdom in nature, for man is "under illusion" in a sense different to the consciousMagic, 614:Magic - Rule Fifteen - The Negation of the Great Illusion I despair in making my meaning clear. HowMagic, 614:is the dual nature of the mind which causes this illusion, for the mind of man presents to him theMagic, 614:form" which has plunged mankind into the great illusion. Yet it is this very illusion which rendersMagic, 614:into the great illusion. Yet it is this very illusion which renders up to man eventually the secretMagic, 615:powers that the astral plane of the great illusion has come into being and is now so real a thingMagic, 615:into fuller radiance this itself produces the illusion. Because of this illusion, the magical workMagic, 615:itself produces the illusion. Because of this illusion, the magical work has been carried forwardMagic, 615:average worker, for the whole force of the world illusion is against all the efforts of theMagic, 615:Magic - Rule Fifteen - The Negation of the Great Illusion The rules therefore end with theMagic, 618:soul or who is wandering blinded in the vale of illusion. From this automatic response to knowledgeMagic, 629:divine one, and that evil, so-called, is but an illusion and an inherent part of duality, givingMagic, 637:point of danger is to be found in the astral illusion in which all humanity lives, and its power toMeditation, 81:method of all that evolves, is after all but an illusion of time and is due to the fact thatMeditation, 169:points of contact. In reality - apart from the illusion that mind always sets up - the three areMeditation, 222:itself - as grasped by the mind of man, is but illusion, and that only the next logoicMeditation, 261:and through that adjustment and recognition, illusion is dispelled and reality is known. TheMeditation, 356:activity and its seven races. Maya Sanskrit, "Illusion." Of the principle of form or limitation.PatanjaliThe chitta is stabilized and rendered free from illusion as the lower nature is purified and noPatanjali, 20:of thinkers) form the sum total of the "great illusion!" Herein lies a hint to the earnestPatanjali, 68:perception, is the very apotheosis of maya or illusion. Symbolic vision. This is a faculty of thePatanjali, 68:cause of wrong perception and will only produce illusion and error until that time when the higherPatanjali, 82:The chitta is stabilized and rendered free from illusion as the lower nature is purified and noPatanjali, 84:The chitta is stabilized and rendered free from illusion as the lower nature is purified and noPatanjali, 104:which he has hitherto regarded as reality is but illusion. He has pierced the great Maya and passedPatanjali, 104:the Perceiver upon all phenomena. The world of illusion, or the world of form must be "exactlyPatanjali, 109:by the vision of a sage, has still an element of illusion, a thin psychical veil, however pure andPatanjali, 110:of the three worlds, the realm of maya and of illusion, can be contacted at will by the seer usingPatanjali, 110:expressions of divine life. The last veil of illusion is withdrawn, the great heresy ofPatanjali, 112:which is yet to come may be warded off. 17. The illusion that the Perceiver and that which isPatanjali, 136:to manifest [136] and work upon the planes of illusion but he works from the center where dwellsPatanjali, 151:Patanjali - Book 2 - The Steps to Union 17. The illusion that the Perceiver and that which isPatanjali, 153:of perception reveal the great maya or world of illusion which is composed of forms of every kind,Patanjali, 156:possible. We are here dealing with the great illusion of forms with which the Real Man identifiesPatanjali, 159:real or spiritual man being lured into the great illusion. It is this which forces man for longPatanjali, 161:this world of effects, this great maya of illusion, 2. The presented idea. The thought conveyedPatanjali, 165:worlds. He stands then apart from the great illusion; the bodies which have hitherto held him noPatanjali, 166:with the real and this dispersal of the great illusion may be brought about? This second bookPatanjali, 169:the soul, is submerged in the great maya or illusion. He is imprisoned by his own thought forms andPatanjali, 173:Prodigal Son, the soul into the three worlds of illusion, or (to carry the metaphor further backPatanjali, 194:ever with the three worlds: [194] Maya or illusion, having reference to the world of forms in whichPatanjali, 194:clothed in form; it is deluded in the world of illusion. Every time, however, that "thoughtsPatanjali, 194:turned away from the world of the not-self, the illusion is lessened, the delusion becomesPatanjali, 200:As we disentangle ourselves from the world of illusion, our vision becomes cleared, and [201] thePatanjali, 207:and away from the unreal and the world of illusion. Patanjali, 216:unresponsive to any lure from the world of illusion. There is a great mystery concerned with thePatanjali, 216:to respond to the lure of the great world of illusion, the maya of the senses, or to the voice ofPatanjali, 272:recognized as reality. This is the great maya or illusion and can only be dissipated when thePatanjali, 331:nature is subjugated and the great waters of illusion can no longer hold the emancipated soul. ThePatanjali, 331:is a symbolic way also of referring to the great illusion which snares the pilgrim for so long.Patanjali, 331:within himself in the Holy of Holies, then the illusion is dissipated. It is of value to thePatanjali, 338:is awareness of the voice of the great illusion and gives a man power to hear on the astral plane.Patanjali, 360:ever beckons, and the allurements of the great illusion are ever present. The emancipated soul mustPatanjali, 361:lure the aspirant off the path into the realm of illusion. He will find it also of interest toPatanjali, 362:that reverse aspect of reality forms the great illusion, and with these the sons of God have noPatanjali, 379:in their working. They form part of the great illusion and to the true aspirant constitute a
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