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

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Patanjali, 385:and objects perceived. This is the great illusion by which consciousness is glamored, and as longPatanjali, 386:arrived at, there comes the great realization of illusion. The consciousness awakes to the factPatanjali, 398:longer sought after, and liberation from maya or illusion takes place. Patanjali, 412:hold the soul prisoner, and constitute the great illusion. The mind, therefore, can be cognized inPsychology1, 31:field of knowledge is but an appearance or an illusion, that knowledge itself can be a hindrancePsychology1, 36:and has freed himself from the veil of illusion that he arrives at a knowledge of the quality ofPsychology1, 38:appearances, and to the world of the great Illusion is added the world of thought forms. He is thenPsychology1, 38:thought forms. He is then subjected to a triple illusion, and he, the conscious life behind thePsychology1, 38:illusion, and he, the conscious life behind the illusion, begins to unify the forms into onePsychology1, 112:been over for quite a while, save in the vale of illusion, on the astral plane. This is a hardPsychology1, 116:consciousness has shifted away from the world of illusion, then he can be useful. The first lessonPsychology1, 116:you the ground whereon you stand, and that the illusion of the astral plane still holds you in itsPsychology1, 137:It is a truer world and less full of illusion. When the understanding is developed, when men havePsychology1, 341:(which sense is the one which eventually dispels illusion and glamor and reveals reality), and aPsychology1, 341:mistakes. This process of destroying the world illusion has been going on on a large scale everPsychology1, 385:seen as they are and freed from glamor and illusion; this harmonizing light is sorely needed inPsychology1, 406:battlefield of the life is ever on the plane of illusion; as the soul seeks to dispel the ancientPsychology2, 9:man; they account for and explain the energy of illusion; and they point out the way ofPsychology2, 10:fluidic mind. He is a prey temporarily to the illusion of the senses, and dowered with a mentalityPsychology2, 34:the Threshold, only to find that that too is an illusion. That high point of isolation and thePsychology2, 34:isolation, a necessary stage, is itself but an illusion. We are treading the Way of PurificationPsychology2, 37:this truth? What shall I do? I wander in illusion.' The word went forth: 'All is illusion, 0Psychology2, 37:in illusion.' The word went forth: 'All is illusion, 0 Dweller in the shadows. Come forth into thePsychology2, 40:and for material objectives, Submergence in illusion, glamor, and maya, [41] leading to: ThePsychology2, 42:people's motives, Rapid reaction to glamor and illusion, Emotional devotion and bewilderedPsychology2, 75:tendency towards reality, in the dispelling of illusion, and in the performance of service withPsychology2, 77:of spiritual love. Acquisitiveness, the illusion of material need. The period called in the Bible,Psychology2, 89:does all else at present, under the glamor and illusion of the astral plane, plus the PisceanPsychology2, 94:no real death involved. This is the mystery of illusion and glamor. From these two imprisoningPsychology2, 116:and thy soul." It is only in the three worlds of illusion and of maya that we think in terms ofPsychology2, 123:the whole problem is lifted out of the veil of illusion and out of the valley of the world glamor.Psychology2, 129:of the lower nature from the grip of the world illusion and from the power of phenomenal existence.Psychology2, 136:It may enhance the glamor and deepen the illusion, swinging the server into the psychic illusoryPsychology2, 136:of the Great Ones. He will be under the illusion that he is a chosen vessel or mouthpiece for thePsychology2, 136:that there is no other way but his way. Such an illusion and deception is common among teachers andPsychology2, 157:when he is henceforth freed from the Great Illusion. Two things determine the rapidity with whichPsychology2, 161:all, with itself (thus freeing it from the world illusion), and then with the world of souls, whichPsychology2, 178:knowledge. He can also cast it into the world of illusion and dispel the glamors of the personal.Psychology2, 180:themselves [180] mastered circumstance and the illusion of death, and have consequently been raisedPsychology2, 189:pure reason (the buddhic plane) and the plane of illusion which is the astral plane. It should bePsychology2, 189:that our great task is to dispel the world illusion through the pouring in of illumination or ofPsychology2, 189:between the world of light and the world of illusion. They will be transmitters of that type ofPsychology2, 189:energy which will break up the existing maya or illusion and dissipate the ancient thought-forms.Psychology2, 221:the form side, produces physical sight, astral illusion and concrete knowledge. On the life side itPsychology2, 238:emerge, chastened, from the depths of the Great Illusion. Others have wandered back into the darkPsychology2, 267:mind and brain to the exclusion of the body of illusion, the astral body. This is the peculiar goalPsychology2, 282:be given upon the astral plane [282] when the illusion there persisting has been somewhatPsychology2, 303:as the disciple does in the world of glamor and illusion, it is not easy for the average aspirantPsychology2, 317:of its nobler souls have lived, are founded on illusion. With the formulation of these variousPsychology2, 357:and causes: In the early stages and whilst under illusion and glamor, that which is contacted is aPsychology2, 358:illusory form upon the planes of glamor and illusion. This is not, therefore, a glimpse of thePsychology2, 402:deeper into the gloomy forest of human error and illusion. Yet, could we but know it, presentPsychology2, 422:a man into the dream world, into the land of illusion, into a state of negativity and even over thePsychology2, 433:First of all, to the fact that the world of illusion is the dominating factor as yet in the livesPsychology2, 435:people it is energized mainly from the world of illusion and from the astral plane. It is from thisPsychology2, 454:and sees too much. The revelation of glamor and illusion. This leads to bewilderment and thePsychology2, 471:are applied to these three phenomenal effects: Illusion, Glamor and Maya. These three phrases havePsychology2, 472:in its turn, is likewise a travesty of reality. Illusion is regarded in rather the same way, onlyPsychology2, 472:this misinterpretation as constituting the Great Illusion. I would point out here that (generallyPsychology2, 472:and space - of the human mind. The Problem of Illusion lies in the fact that it is a soul activity,Psychology2, 472:It is the soul which is submerged in the illusion, and the soul that fails to see with clarityPsychology2, 472:The Problem of Glamor is found when the mental illusion is intensified by desire. What thePsychology2, 472:calls "Kama-manas" produces glamor. It is illusion on the astral plane. The Problem of Maya isPsychology2, 472:intense activity produced when both glamor and illusion are realized on etheric levels. It is thatPsychology2, 472:of human beings seem always to live. Therefore: Illusion is primarily of a mental quality and isPsychology2, 473:and is far more potent at this time than illusion, owing to the enormous majority of people whoPsychology2, 473:through the subjective influence of mental illusion or astral glamor or of both in combination. ThePsychology2, 473:all human beings are the victims of the Great Illusion and of its various correlations and aspects.Psychology2, 476:Intelligent interest in the world of glamor and illusion is required of all wise aspirants andPsychology2, 477:when he has succumbed to glamor and illusion (usually being quite sincerely deceived andPsychology2, 484:inner schools) have also their own forms of this illusion of guidance. It is of a different naturePsychology2, 490:victim and lead him down the [490] byways of illusion. But they are not the voice of God, or of anyPsychology2, 501:are all of them in the nature of glamor or illusion; they are self-evoked and self-related; theyPsychology2, 505:origin and are definitely a part of the Great Illusion. They constitute, in the bulk of cases,Psychology2, 568:that which is real from that which is illusion. Psychology2, 669:suffering, and so deep seated is the widespread illusion, that there is no opportunity toPsychology2, 700:and thy soul". It is only in the three worlds of illusion and maya that we [701] think in terms ofRays, 10:in him to respond to it. He sees through the illusion to the reality behind and, knowing where heRays, 60:of the undimmed reason, free from all glamor and illusion and having now the power to voice theRays, 149:release himself from the world of seeming and of illusion and stand free in the world of light,Rays, 156:and as unstable. After that, he may suffer from illusion, but there is then no fear of hisRays, 174:in its form-making capacity and are consequently illusion and non-existent, from the angle of theRays, 180:correctly understood. You have been taught that illusion is the characteristic [181] which must beRays, 181:as the initiate finds himself (after mastering illusion) on the Path of the Higher Evolution. MayaRays, 181:the sea of glamor, and to respond to the pull of illusion." In this teaching, you have presented toRays, 183:aspect (in time and space) of the Great Illusion, in its three forms of illusion, glamor and maya.Rays, 183:of the Great Illusion, in its three forms of illusion, glamor and maya. There are seven points ofRays, 188:of glamor" began to condition the mental plane. Illusion then appeared, and the distinction betweenRays, 188:and to the solution of maya, of glamor and of illusion. The potency of human thought began to makeRays, 188:four veils, to dissipate glamor and to dispel illusion. Humanity responded more and moreRays, 189:fade out and disappear. It feeds on glamor and illusion and uses the [190] veils of maya as aRays, 200:existence of the astral plane, so familiar an illusion to all of us. The initiate passes on to theRays, 200:in deflecting Their footsteps and the veils of illusion no longer block Their vision and TheirRays, 264:and under the Law of Synthesis the worlds of illusion and glamor are mastered and the control ofRays, 286:the light, and by that light to destroy all illusion, glamor and maya; he brings about resurrectionRays, 353:behind them. They constitute the sumtotal of illusion. This "door" is formed by the coming togetherRays, 357:atmic plane. The mental plane, the plane of illusion. In connection with the references to glamorRays, 357:In connection with the references to glamor and illusion, (see Glamor: a World Problem) it must beRays, 357:in mind that the reason glamor predominates and illusion functions in the three worlds is due toRays, 377:truth. The cosmic astral plane is not an illusion, as is the astral plane with which we are all so
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