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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - INTELLECT
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Intellect, 149: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination It seems, however, onIntellect, 152: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination The way to that freedomIntellect, 152:of three ways, the way of Beauty, the way of the Intellect, and the way of the Soul. Through beautyIntellect, 153:way of the senses. Then there is the way of the intellect, of the intense focusing of the mind uponIntellect, 154:to that of [154] a conscious use of the intellect and from then on into the realm of the consciousIntellect, 155: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination There is an aptitudeIntellect, 155:state. True illumination is related to the intellect, and should be - in its purest aspect -Intellect, 156:mystic is notable, and his failure to use the intellect most remarkable. We must except, however,Intellect, 157:Eckhart, in whose writings the element of the intellect is strongly stressed, and the quality ofIntellect, 157:himself says: "There is one power in the soul: intellect, of prime importance to the soul forIntellect, 157:that of the mystic. His is the directing of the intellect to the object of its search; his is theIntellect, 158: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination In the truly illuminatedIntellect, 158:the union of head and heart; of love and the intellect. This produces what, in the Orient, isIntellect, 159:[159] that mystic who has combined the intellect with the feeling nature, and is, therefore, aIntellect, 162: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination This immediate access toIntellect, 164:which is the seat of the allied faculties of intellect and intuition." - Dibblee, George Binney,Intellect, 164: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination The second activity toIntellect, 166:between the intuition and instinct; between the intellect in its lower aspects and the higher orIntellect, 167: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination Evelyn Underhill quotesIntellect, 171: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination These words anyIntellect, 172:human evolution to such a point that instinct, intellect and intuition can be used at will by theIntellect, 177: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation CHAPTER EIGHT TheIntellect, 179: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation Through this vitalIntellect, 181:the dim struggles (becoming more fierce as the intellect develops) to know, to understand, andIntellect, 183: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The results of thisIntellect, 185: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method in TibetanIntellect, 186: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method in ChineseIntellect, 187:therefore must involve the will as well as the intellect. It is an act of intuition born of theIntellect, 188:highest spiritual power in our possession. The intellect... is relative in its activity... TheIntellect, 188: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method in HinduIntellect, 188:Shankaracharya tells us that: "The Yogi, whose intellect is perfect, contemplates all things asIntellect, 191: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method of SufismIntellect, 193: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method inIntellect, 193:the same efficacy of method and they too use the intellect just as far as it will go and thenIntellect, 193:some occult thing behind the first procession, intellect and will." Meister Eckhart links himselfIntellect, 193:the Oriental Knowers in the following words: "Intellect is the highest power of the soul andIntellect, 193:is the power of relishing the divine good which intellect makes known to it. The spark of the soulIntellect, 194:transcending his angelic mode and guided by the intellect, pierces to the source whence flowed theIntellect, 194:pierces to the source whence flowed the soul. Intellect itself is left outside with all namedIntellect, 199: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation CHAPTER NINE The PracticeIntellect, 201: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation Therefore, from a purelyIntellect, 204: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation The ancient science ofIntellect, 207: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation True concentration growsIntellect, 210: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation A third question arises atIntellect, 213: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation The various avenues ofIntellect, 216: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation Next, the regularIntellect, 219: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation The trouble with suchIntellect, 221: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation A Doctor of Divinity andIntellect, 224: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation In connection with thisIntellect, 228: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation Meditation Form To DevelopIntellect, 229: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation This is definitely aIntellect, 232: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation The sequential methodIntellect, 237: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation CHAPTER TEN The NeedIntellect, 237:clean life, an open mind, a pure heart, an eager intellect, an unveiled spiritual perception, aIntellect, 239: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation It will, therefore, beIntellect, 241: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation It will be apparent,Intellect, 245: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation Again, some "force" -Intellect, 248: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation Another effect ofIntellect, 251: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation How, it might beIntellect, 254: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation The second type ofIntellect, 256: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation In emotional types,Intellect, 259: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation This point has beenIntellect, 262: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Ten - Conclusion CONCLUSION "The spirit within is theMagic, 120:intelligent love, for it is the blending of the intellect and the devotion. Unity is sensed in theMagic, 121:we picture the condition of the world when the intellect is as potent and as compelling as is theMagic, 212:spirit eternally rests. The development of the intellect in man marks his fitness for the work ofMagic, 227:plane comes next. In it the right use of the intellect is the outstanding achievement. This is alsoMagic, 227:initiates its own activities, and wherein the intellect is a dominating factor. Though thrown intoMagic, 250:the plane of mind. Fire is the symbol of the intellect and all magical work is an intelligentMagic, 344:the mental body, find their fears allied to the intellect. They are therefore harder to overcomeMagic, 345:the astral body. The latter can bring the [345] intellect to bear on the elimination of fear in theMagic, 359:correct understanding of the nature of the intellect, man can enter into the mind of God and knowMagic, 360:this for the human family, They work with the intellect so as to bring it into control, toMagic, 405:of emotion and of feeling but also that of the intellect. The minds of men must be made widely andMagic, 411:three outstanding characteristics of instinct, intellect and intuition is brought to a condition ofMagic, 411:Instinct relates man to the animal world, intellect unites him to his fellow men, whilst theMagic, 430:necessarily an untrained mind and a feeble intellect. Second: a sense of separateness, ofMagic, 459:on the part of the aspirant, of a trained intellect. The "rain cloud of knowable things"Magic, 465:and using his mind. Instinct must give place to intellect. For cycles of lives, groups of soulsMagic, 519:the black magician works from the level of the intellect as he seeks to achieve his own separateMagic, 535:the vegetable and animal kingdoms, develops into intellect in the human family. Later intellectMagic, 535:into intellect in the human family. Later intellect merges into intuition and intuition intoMagic, 607:the intuition and not that of the synthesizing intellect, and their state of awareness is wide andMagic, 631:that spiritual awareness which employs a keen intellect as the corollary of a loving spirit. May IMeditation, 26:of that word); he realizes the joys of intellect and strives ever for a mental body of greaterMeditation, 85:and superseded by the force of the higher intellect. It often marks a period when a man is swayedMeditation, 86:his Lord, with purified desire, consecrated intellect, and a physical body that is his servant andMeditation, 91:when the development is equable, only when the intellect runs not too far ahead of the heart, andMeditation, 102:forms the basis of all - the Self is fire, the intellect is a phase of fire, and latent in theMeditation, 116:sons of men. He builds slowly great powers of intellect and in the building overcomes the snare ofMeditation, 185:has so developed and grown, that now the fire of intellect is to be seen burning in all civilizedMeditation, 239:its thorough comprehension, analysis and intellect. It is the relation between life and form, theMeditation, 284:the mirror of the emotional body, and then the intellect forced to act as the servant of the EgoPatanjali, 159:in the Hindu books Buddhi, or pure reason, the intellect apart from the lower mind, sometimesPatanjali, 163:of causes can be interpreted in terms of the intellect. By using it correctly, the seer canPatanjali, 254:the reality in oneself. 4. The illumining of the intellect. Unless the mind or intellect can graspPatanjali, 254:illumining of the intellect. Unless the mind or intellect can grasp and transmit that which thePatanjali, 254:beautiful and unattainable vision. But once the intellect is illumined, it can transmit to andPatanjali, 340:of the obscuration of the illumination (of intellect)." - Tatya. Vivekananda expresses the sutra inProblems, 10:of mankind (as a result of the unfolding human intellect), it is now possible to think in far wider
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