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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - INTUITION
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Glamour, 210:and the light of the soul (as a channel for the intuition) are consciously blended, fused andGlamour, 224:will eventually reveal the true nature of the intuition and this will be the result of theirGlamour, 241:deliberately refused to utilize it, his divine intuition cannot function. It is the intuition whichGlamour, 241:his divine intuition cannot function. It is the intuition which reveals true Being and whichHealing, 15:do with his present mental apparatus. When the intuition rarely works, and the mind is seldomHealing, 15:Let him work at the development of his intuition and at achieving illumination. Understanding mayHealing, 45:Nervous system Soul force Love Magnetic Light Intuition Vision Petals of egoic lotus, as a wholeHealing, 132:ray usually can develop by the power of the intuition an understanding of the OM. This ray ofHealing, 132:to right relations, and to the release of the intuition. d. The problems incident to the activityHealing, 170:indications of such a science upon which the intuition of disciples may play. The solar plexus is aHealing, 308:perception and is definite knowledge, or an intuition, if you like, which enables the healerHealing, 356:source by an effort of the will, directed by the intuition. The clairvoyant can see the center fromHealing, 382:knowledge will arise as a result of an awakening intuition, of the presence upon earth of a veryHealing, 421:to those students whose karma permits and whose intuition suffices. e. By the withdrawal of theHealing, 683:is seen and accepted as true, and when the intuition or "buddhic perception" is unfolded. ThisHercules, 82:endeavor. In them all the illumination, intuition and soul power of which Hercules, the aspirant,Hercules, 83:the evolving human being: instinct, intellect, intuition. The sign which we are now studying isHercules, 83:instinct; but the sublimation of instinct is the intuition. In the same way, as matter has to beHercules, 83:thus transcended and transmuted, it manifests as intuition (symbolized by the doe). TheHercules, 83:The great need of Hercules now is to develop his intuition and to become familiar with thatHercules, 84:aspirant until he has transmuted instinct into intuition, nor is there right use of the intellectHercules, 84:is there right use of the intellect until the intuition is brought into play, interpreting andHercules, 88:by his instinct, and to develop instead the intuition, which will enable him so to rise. This signHercules, 88:so that instinct can give place eventually to intuition. At-one-ment with Capricorn It isHercules, 92:and deeply occult, or hidden, spiritual intuition which will guide him in his now lonely journey;Hercules, 92:when, with the aid of instinct, intellect and intuition, and driven by the urge of the Christ life,Hercules, 93:one reality. The words instinct, intellect and intuition, are but varying aspects of consciousnessHercules, 94:god [94] who in the doe recognized the spiritual intuition, that extension of consciousness, thatHercules, 94:the sun god, who knew that the doe was the intuition, Diana, huntress of the heavens, who knew itHercules, 94:of the Lord and there to see it transmuted into intuition, and through the intuition become awareHercules, 94:it transmuted into intuition, and through the intuition become aware of the things of spirit and ofHercules, 102:of transmuting instinct and intellect into intuition and the carrying of them both into the TempleHercules, 158:you get that, you capture the timid doe of the intuition, and you begin to be intuitive, notHercules, 188:can be superseded by the age of spirituality, of intuition, and of universal consciousness. TheHercules, 214:Mediumistic. Polarized mind unawakened. Intuition dormant. Death of the personality. Release of theHercules, 225:- July 21, the Crab), the higher faculty of the intuition is brought into play, and this isHercules, 226:the disciple, he must transmute intellect into intuition. The higher correspondences of all theInitiation, viii:This aspect is potentially Spiritual Will - Atma Intuition - Buddhi, Love-wisdom, the ChristInitiation, 19:the parallel cannot be pushed to detail. The intuition corresponds to the emotional, and the fourInitiation, 31:triads (the reflection of spiritual will, intuition, or wisdom, and higher mind) who had for longInitiation, 32:suffices for those who have eyes to see, and the intuition to comprehend the meaning conveyed byInitiation, 46:results wherever cooperation and receptive intuition can be found amongst the thinkers. The WorldInitiation, 59:for he works with those who are developing the intuition, and controls and transmutes the greatInitiation, 66:The Masters also test for those in whom the intuition has reached a point of development thatInitiation, 87:development is the awakening of the spiritual intuition; when this has been done, when the physicalInitiation, 119:logical reasoning and of a gradually developing intuition) now it is based on sight and on aInitiation, 160:will come to the man who has spiritual intuition, purity of life and motive, altruistic intention,Initiation, 171:four mystic phrases conveying much light to the intuition: The Boat of Mystery which Plows theInitiation, 221:triad - Atma, Buddhi, Manas; Spiritual Will, Intuition and higher [222] mind, - or the immortalIntellect 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, 5:the form, has also led us into the realm of the intuition and it would seem as if the two waysIntellect, 7: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts It is in the training of theIntellect, 8:- Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 85. As we shall see later, it is the thoughtIntellect, 10: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts Perhaps the problem consists inIntellect, 10:the rudiments of a sense which we call the intuition and, with this equipment, we stand before theIntellect, 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:of intellection as a training whereby the intuition is released. We teach them to utilize theirIntellect, 25:and the eventual control of the mind by the intuition in the work of self-preservation and ofIntellect, 26:Wildon Carr is right, in his definition of the intuition, then our educational methods do not tendIntellect, 26:May it not be possible that the science of the intuition, the art of clear synthetic vision, mayIntellect, 26:following interesting comments upon instinct and intuition, which have their place here on accountIntellect, 26:higher awareness. He says: "...both instinct and intuition begin within the extra-conscious partsIntellect, 26:The impulses of instinct and the prompting of intuition are engendered in total secrecy. When theyIntellect, 26:sudden." - Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 128. [27] And he adds in anotherIntellect, 27:page 128. [27] And he adds in another place that intuition lies on the other side of reason toIntellect, 27:interesting triplicity - instinct, intellect and intuition - with instinct lying below theIntellect, 27:the recognition of man, as human, and with the intuition lying beyond both of them, and onlyIntellect, 27: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education Surely there must beIntellect, 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, 42: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education In the West the emphasis isIntellect, 45:to recognize the Soul and the faculty of the intuition which in its turn leads to illumination. TheIntellect, 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: 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: 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, 69:which may be called revelation or insight or intuition, as contrasted with sense, reason andIntellect, 70: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation But the mystical way isIntellect, 71:intermediary, with the sovereign certitude of intuition, Being, God..." "The human mind, then, is aIntellect, 71:human mind, then, is a faculty in quest of its intuition - that is to say of assimilation of Being,Intellect, 73: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation This real Self is God -Intellect, 76:But it takes a mental apprehension and a guided intuition to do this. Did Sir James Jeans have aIntellect, 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, 85:and her inward ones to reason; thought to intuition and intuition to the will and all to unity..."Intellect, 85:inward ones to reason; thought to intuition and intuition to the will and all to unity..." -Intellect, 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, 96: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation The third requirement isIntellect, 97:made flesh. Later still, we call it the awakened intuition. The student of meditation learns to
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