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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - INTELLECT
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Glamour, 138:life, an ardent aspiration, and a trained intellect, have succeeded in evoking the intuition andGlamour, 138:is no such resolution without the aid of the intellect, because the intellect - through analysis,Glamour, 138:without the aid of the intellect, because the intellect - through analysis, [139] discriminationGlamour, 173:Becoming is revealed through the medium of the intellect; Being, through the medium of theGlamour, 205:The light of the instinct. The light of the intellect or the light of knowledge. The light of theGlamour, 240:mute before Pilate who symbolized the human intellect; He knew that no reply could convey meaningGlamour, 240:and which he views as the creation of his intellect. He has, however, created a barrier betweenGlamour, 241:he has [241] exhausted the resources of his intellect or has deliberately refused to utilize it,Healing, 367:I think. As we look out over the world of the intellect and carry our thoughts from the points ofHealing, 589:three worlds; the concrete mind and the human intellect come into expression. There is, therefore,Hercules, 20:to intelligence. When linked to a high grade intellect and with mental powers oriented to divineHercules, 24:motto is "to know". He had a mind and used his intellect in active work and service. So, doing andHercules, 66:Gemini is predominantly the sign of the intellect and it has a peculiarly vital effect in our AryanHercules, 66:race. In this race the mind faculty and the intellect have been steadily developed. Gemini,Hercules, 66:thought, understanding, reason, intelligence, intellect; the abstract kinds rather than theHercules, 67:Mercury, the interpreter, and the illuminating intellect; Venus, the principle of attraction and ofHercules, 83:aspect of the evolving human being: instinct, intellect, intuition. The sign which we are nowHercules, 83:the doe). The intermediate stage is that of the intellect. The great need of Hercules now is toHercules, 84:into intuition, nor is there right use of the intellect until the intuition is brought into play,Hercules, 84:into play, interpreting and extending the intellect and bringing realization. Then instinct isHercules, 92:this immense sign, that instinct demonstrates as intellect in a human being as he developsHercules, 92:the time comes when, with the aid of instinct, intellect and intuition, and driven by the urge ofHercules, 93:are phases of one reality. The words instinct, intellect and intuition, are but varying aspects ofHercules, 93:and the development of the instinct into intellect. Through the one he becomes aware of the worldHercules, 93:claimed the doe, because to her the doe is the intellect and man is the great seeker, the greatHercules, 93:for which he looked; it was not the doe, the intellect, that was the object of his search. It wasHercules, 94:Diana, huntress of the heavens, who knew it was intellect, and Artemis, the moon, who thought thatHercules, 94:and in its proper way. He must learn to use the intellect under the influence of Diana, theHercules, 94:spiritual realities which neither instinct nor intellect can reveal to him. (And again and againHercules, 102:whilst the necessity of transmuting instinct and intellect into intuition and the carrying of themHercules, 226:life experience, he has transmuted instinct into intellect, but now as the disciple, he mustHercules, 226:but now as the disciple, he must transmute intellect into intuition. The higher correspondences ofInitiation, 11:and defined by the use of the [11] human intellect. It is that about which we feel mentalInitiation, 88:is now sufficiently pure and loving, and the intellect sufficiently stable to stand the strain ofIntellect From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts CHAPTER ONE IntroductoryIntellect, 5: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts Dr. Jung, one of the people whoIntellect, 7: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts It is in the training of theIntellect, 10: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts Perhaps the problem consists inIntellect, 12: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts Looking back over the seventy orIntellect, 15: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts Let us give the word "spiritual"Intellect, 21: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education CHAPTER TWO The Purpose ofIntellect, 24: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education Perhaps in the turning of theIntellect, 25:apparatus to lead them on to the way of the intellect? Perhaps this may be true, but I questionIntellect, 25:We teach them to utilize their instincts and intellect as part of the apparatus ofIntellect, 26:synthetic vision, may some day stand to the intellect as it, in its turn, stands to the instinctualIntellect, 27:this interesting triplicity - instinct, intellect and intuition - with instinct lying below theIntellect, 27:of consciousness, so to speak, with the intellect holding the first place in the recognition ofIntellect, 27: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education Surely there must beIntellect, 29:human soul. A training that stops short with the intellect, and ignores the faculty to intuit truthIntellect, 30: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education The success of the future ofIntellect, 32: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education This book seeks to deal withIntellect, 36: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education Education has also beenIntellect, 39: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education From being something imposedIntellect, 41:of the desire nature, and the domination of the intellect. This final emancipation, and consequentIntellect, 42: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education In the West the emphasis isIntellect, 49: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Three - The Nature of the Soul CHAPTER THREE The Nature ofIntellect, 51: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Three - The Nature of the Soul These three premises are:Intellect, 54:is) a thinking, feeling and aspiring entity. The intellect in man is that factor or quality ofIntellect, 54: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Three - The Nature of the Soul The relation of the soul toIntellect, 56: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Three - The Nature of the Soul Thus, through finding himselfIntellect, 59:stage at some time or other in some life. As the intellect takes hold and the mind develops, thisIntellect, 59: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Three - The Nature of the Soul The head and the heart becomeIntellect, 65: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation CHAPTER FOUR TheIntellect, 67: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation Meditation carries theIntellect, 67:now out of the mystical world into that of the intellect, of reason, and eventual realization.Intellect, 70:by the divisions and oppositions of the analytic intellect. Mysticism does not maintain that suchIntellect, 70: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation But the mystical way isIntellect, 73: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation This real Self is God -Intellect, 76: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation Man is a point of divineIntellect, 79: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation We are told, forIntellect, 83: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation Finally, meditationIntellect, 86:from Nature to Soul, from Soul to pure Intellect, from Intellect to the supreme 'One'. If this beIntellect, 86:to Soul, from Soul to pure Intellect, from Intellect to the supreme 'One'. If this be so, theIntellect, 91: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation CHAPTER FIVE Stages inIntellect, 94: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation We start with an emotionalIntellect, 95:that the saint has achieved, plus the use of the intellect and the power to think through toIntellect, 96: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation The third requirement isIntellect, 99: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation I. The Stage of Concentration InIntellect, 103: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation Therefore, the process atIntellect, 106: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation Concentration is, therefore, theIntellect, 108: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation II. The Stage of MeditationIntellect, 111: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation "First, see that thy outwardIntellect, 113:The consciousness is no longer focused in the intellect but becomes identified with the object ofIntellect, 113: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation In A Treatise on Cosmic Fire theIntellect, 119: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation CHAPTER SIX Stages in MeditationIntellect, 122: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation In the East, and by many in theIntellect, 124: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation We have outlined a method, oldIntellect, 127: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation It is at this point that all theIntellect, 129:to tap new sources of information. Instinct and intellect have done their work; now the intuitionIntellect, 130: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation In the preceding chapter theIntellect, 132: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation III. The Stage of ContemplationIntellect, 133:to the way of the mystic that of the conscious intellect. But between the stage of prolongedIntellect, 135: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation These two stages of meditation,Intellect, 138: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation In the average man, the soul isIntellect, 139:in the superior faculties - the memory, the intellect, and the will, and to operate in these afterIntellect, 141: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation Contemplation has been alsoIntellect, 147: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination CHAPTER SEVEN IntuitionIntellect, 147:they have brought him to an appreciation of the intellect, so much so, that to many the achievementIntellect, 148:developed spiritual perception and an illumined intellect can be part of the equipment of the saneIntellect, 149:as producing three effects: That of an illumined intellect, of intuitive perception, and an
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