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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - IMAGES
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Autobiography, 34:and those who were heathen and bowed down to images of stone and worshipped them. The Buddha was aAutobiography, 35:image; and it never dawned on me then that the images of the Buddha were on a par with the statuesAutobiography, 35:of the Buddha were on a par with the statues and images of the Christ in the Christian churchesHercules, 137:It should not alter the quality of the projected images, or cloud the vision they convey ... ThisIntellect, 103:and thought-forms are created and mental images built in connection with the presented idea. Then,Intellect, 143:into thought forms and constructing clear mental images. It is for this that the need of a goodIntellect, 182:this union... the man does not attain to God by images or meditations, nor by a higher mentalIntellect, 224:or types of substance with which to envelop our Images. When we make a mental picture, the mentalMeditation, 278:cooperates. The Master when inspecting the images works with them, and through their means effectsMeditation, 278:times the Master applies certain contacts to the images and via them stimulates the bodies of thePatanjalinot upon the state of being. 9. Fancy rests upon images which have no real existence. 10. PassivityPatanjali, 19:1 - The Problem of Union 9. Fancy rests upon images which have no real existence. This means thatPatanjali, 19:have no real existence. This means that these images have no real existence in so far as they arePatanjali, 20:Raja Yoga system and is true even where these images of fancy are concerned. These fancied imagesPatanjali, 20:images of fancy are concerned. These fancied images fall primarily into three groups, which thePatanjali, 23:might be enumerated as follows: The thought images of that which is tangible, [24] objective andPatanjali, 24:plane. Kama-manasic (or desire-lower mind) images of past desires and their gratification. ThePatanjali, 24:the five lower sense perceptions. Those mental images, latent in the memory making faculty, whichPatanjali, 87:are known, and in which knowledge of the "images" which the Deity has created can be contacted andPatanjali, 196:aiding the evolutionary process and "casting images upon the screen of time." This he does throughPatanjali, 234:becomes available when the power to see thought-images is acquired. 19. Through concentratedPatanjali, 234:19. Through concentrated meditation, the thought images in the minds of other people becomePatanjali, 245:of four kinds: [245] External objects, such as images of the deity, pictures or forms in nature,Patanjali, 246:in concentration that originated the demand for images, sacred sculptures and pictures. All thesePatanjali, 275:becomes available when the power to see thought-images is acquired. The significance of this sutraPatanjali, 275:if they so wish. The power to see thought-images only comes through mind control, and the mind canPatanjali, 278:at through concentrated meditation. The thought images he becomes aware of are: Those in his auraPatanjali, 278:his way through grade after grade of thought images until he arrives at the particular layer ofPatanjali, 279:19. Through concentrated meditation, the thought images in the minds of other people becomePatanjali, 279:and the use of the will faculty thought images stand revealed. This power is a dangerous one to usePatanjali, 394:different births and times and places those mind-images which are conformable, and may be groupedPatanjali, 394:is taught and trained. Just as the dynamic mind-images of desire ripen out in bodily conditions andPatanjali, 395:that the stream of desire-impelled mind images which occupy his attention and form the motive powerPatanjali, 396:but are also part of a stream of cosmic wind images arising in the Universal Mind, as the result ofPatanjali, 396:and more general. For the human unit the mind images, the result of desire and of thought actionPatanjali, 396:and influence of those greater streams of mind images which eternally exist. Thus only can hePatanjali, 397:four factors contribute to the existence of mind-images, or the forms which come into being as thePatanjali, 398:and little by little the formulating of mind images and the production of their effects come to anPatanjali, 399:longer attracted outward by the stream of mind-images but is withdrawn, and fixed one-pointedlyPsychology1, 92:They prove only man's power to imagine, to build images and pictures, and to lose himself and hisSoul, 23:awareness of awareness, the self, the 'I' images, and all sorts of other things that the
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