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

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Astrology, 8:you lead your own life, you react to your own impressions, you respond to exterior influences andAstrology, 122:constantly more sensitive to these psychical impressions, swept by desire which ever changes,Autobiography, 270:He learns the techniques whereby he can register impressions from the Master and be responsive toAutobiography, 276:The disciple is taught to be sensitive to "impressions" coming from his own soul and, later, fromAutobiography, 277:and the Ashram. He is taught to interpret these impressions correctly by means of his trained andAutobiography, 284:is training himself to become sensitive to impressions coming from his soul and then hastens toAutobiography, 302:Those who are sensitive sometimes register impressions. She is not, however, occupying herself withBethlehem, 94:sensitized to a subtler range of contacts and to impressions which he calls spiritual or ideal orBethlehem, 269:the intuitive response of an intelligent mind to impressions coming from the soul and from theDiscipleship1, 11:when in any way attained, and an exact record of impressions kept. You should, therefore,Discipleship1, 15:and existing sensitivity to lower psychic impressions has to be tuned out; so many voices clamorDiscipleship1, 15:so many voices clamor for attention, so many impressions - emanating from the physical and astralDiscipleship1, 56:of stillness and of acquiescence, sensitive to impressions from the soul and from the Master, andDiscipleship1, 81:the development of spiritual responsiveness to impressions from the level of the soul and of theDiscipleship1, 120:and hence your inability to register telepathic impressions. The value of a fifth ray mind isDiscipleship1, 122:the astral body to the higher values and impressions and have done it so successfully that yourDiscipleship1, 600:truth. You say that you report these facts and impressions to me and to the group, confident thatDiscipleship1, 694:sensed intuitions and those definite soul impressions and impulses which the disciple may succeedDiscipleship1, 759:his mind constantly formulates the telepathic impressions into organized formulas which are thenDiscipleship2, 9:them? Does A.A.B. read them and convey to me her impressions? Do I psychometrise them? None ofDiscipleship2, 142:magnetized area of thought upon which the higher impressions can play, yet persistence in the dailyDiscipleship2, 154:has two things to do: [154] Become sensitive to impressions coming to him from various levels ofDiscipleship2, 155:to bear in mind that the source of these impressions shifts steadily higher or deeper, as the caseDiscipleship2, 155:and that for average disciples, such as you, the impressions to be recorded until such time as youDiscipleship2, 156:above how diverse, spiritually speaking, are the impressions to be received by the attentiveDiscipleship2, 459:usefulness. The solar plexus is wide open to all impressions. But you, as a soul, are quiteDiscipleship2, 460:upon the physical plane from all psychic impressions, via the solar plexus, and seek instead toDiscipleship2, 460:plexus, and seek instead to register only those impressions and contacts which concern your serviceDiscipleship2, 611:affiliated, but you would also be sensitive to impressions from the Ashram of K.H., via A.A.B. ItEducation, 7:To train the brain to respond intelligently to impressions coming to it via the sense apparatus andEducation, 96:a man responsive in his brain consciousness to impressions coming to him from the higher spiritualEducation, 96:primarily to: Produce sensitivity to the higher impressions. Build the first half of theEducation, 127:to make adequate allowance for the subtler impressions and influences which are the result ofExternalisation, 355:other of these "glamorous illusions of mayavic impressions" of the human soul into a state ofFire, 894:upon the astral light, as the human eye receives impressions upon the retina. The same thought isFire, 1190:governed by certain planetary attractions, impressions or influences which might be enumerated inGlamour, 16:the increased sensitivity of humanity to subtler impressions. It has not been possible for me to doGlamour, 161:other of these "glamorous illusions and mayavic impressions" of the human soul into a state ofGlamour, 174:process. These revelations or subjective, vital impressions are revealed by the intuition and haveGlamour, 174:and have nothing to do with the knowledges, impressions and impacts which are related to the threeGlamour, 261:solve is the source of the incentive, impulses, impressions or inspiration which - via the ethericHealing, 83:also. The etheric body is a potent receiver of impressions, which are conveyed to the humanHealing, 83:the ajna center is awakened. These transmitted impressions and information become the incentiveHealing, 540:in the dense physical body, that the higher impressions which might come through from mind or soulHercules, 128:It correlates with painful exactness the impressions gained by the casual tourist, and the man whoInitiation, 135:and its receptivity to the higher and subtler impressions, is greatly furthered. Eventually,Intellect, 101:functions, and a great recording center for impressions of all kinds, upon which we act, or toIntellect, 102:immersed. Not only that, but the mind registers impressions emanating from other minds, and theIntellect, 104:which are communicated by the soul. Instead of impressions from the outer daily life recorded onIntellect, 105:as the agent for the Thinker, in order to convey impressions and information. [106] Intellect, 120:organ which receives and connects the different impressions of the senses, and which, further,Intellect, 120:further, partly retains the traces of previous impressions and allows them indirectly to enter intoIntellect, 123:how high an order, but should begin to register impressions emanating from that steadilyIntellect, 138:perceiving. In meditation we endeavor to receive impressions from the inner God, the Higher Self,Intellect, 140:education, it learns to be receptive towards impressions emanating from the mind, and instead ofIntellect, 140:or recorder, it learns to respond to thought impressions. The mind in its turn has an instinctiveIntellect, 143:light, it now records and registers the ideas, impressions and concepts imparted to it by theIntellect, 190:the basis of further existences and effaces the impressions that determine the present existence.Intellect, 210:discovers that besides being able to record impressions from the phenomenal world, he is able toIntellect, 210:phenomenal world, he is able to register also impressions from that of spirit. He is mental in twoIntellect, 213:and in which he can receive the messages and impressions which emanate from that realm. This is aIntellect, 239:(to act as sensitive recorders of the higher impressions), so that the work may be carried forwardMagic, 57:the plan of his soul. He is capable of receiving impressions from the realm of spirit and ofMagic, 227:The stage wherein the mind is the receiver of impressions from the outer world, via the five sensesMagic, 227:meditation succeeds in imposing its ideas and impressions upon the mind held "steady in the light"Magic, 227:and so enables the mental body to respond to impressions and contacts emanating from the subjectiveMagic, 251:is dependent upon his ability to register impressions exactly, and to see with clarity the forms ofMagic, 316:Sensitive. There is always a registering of all impressions by the sensitive astral body, even ifMagic, 422:rightly register and correctly transmit the soul impressions and the group purposes andMeditation, 337:and trains it to receive and register only those impressions which come from the intuitional levelPatanjalithe chitta is responsive only to subjective impressions. 19. The samadhi just described passes notPatanjali50. It is hostile to, or supersedes all other impressions. 51. When this state of perception isPatanjali, 22:is open to hallucination, to delusion, to wrong impressions and to obsessions. Sleep is of severalPatanjali, 35:the chitta is responsive only to subjective impressions. The word "samadhi" is subject to variousPatanjali, 36:or to modify itself according to the external impressions. These external impressions reach thePatanjali, 36:to the external impressions. These external impressions reach the mind via the senses. When thePatanjali, 36:The aspirant is, however, responsive to impressions from the subtler realms and to modificationsPatanjali, 107:50. It is hostile to, or supersedes all other impressions. Previous to attaining this truePatanjali, 109:to serve only as a delicate receiver of truth impressions, The third eye is in process ofPatanjali, 112:producing consequences, anxieties and subliminal impressions. 16. Pain which is yet to come may bePatanjali, 139:exist in a dormant condition in the form of impressions, whereas the second are those that arePatanjali, 147:producing consequences, anxieties and subliminal impressions. The three "gunas" are the threePatanjali, 150:man to a realization of his heritage. Subliminal impressions, has relation to the future andPatanjali, 209:yearn to know. Visions I see, and fleeting deep impressions. Behind the Portal, on the other side,Patanjali, 221:in the physical man via the brain to the higher impressions. This ability to respond to the voicePatanjali, 230:and in which he can receive the messages and impressions which emanate from that realm. This is aPatanjali, 369:also, reflecting as it does an infinity of mind impressions, becomes the instrument of the Self andPatanjali, 369:however, the mind will reflect other mental impressions and perceive objects of sensuousPatanjali, 418:also, reflecting as it does an infinity of mind impressions, becomes the instrument of the Self andPatanjali, 422:however, the mind will reflect other mental impressions and perceive objects of sensuousProblems, 7:had to pay for this great sin of separateness. Impressions from the Hierarchy have been received,Psychology2, 32:to that complete freedom from all vibratory impressions which it is the nature of pure BeingPsychology2, 65:plexus center to surrounding group impacts and impressions of an astral kind. There is a closePsychology2, 465:released within himself a world of sound and of impressions which are at first so new and soPsychology2, 500:and interpretation of these vague or agitated impressions is uncertain and of a confused nature. NoPsychology2, 545:first of all registers these astral impressions, then formulates them into thought forms and - asPsychology2, 574:with its subjective counterpart, registering impressions from the head center and the worlds withPsychology2, 584:are indicative of an exceeding sensitivity to impressions, to conditions and to atmospheres,Psychology2, 747:sensitivity which will render us aware of the impressions and impulses coming from the inner sideRays, 363:consciousness, is only the registration of impressions localized (and therefore limited) and
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