Intellect, 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: 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, 120:at our command... The brain allows us to have an intuition and an intellectual apprehension of theIntellect, 122: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation In the East, and by many in theIntellect, 124:only is possible. The way is led by the intuition of minds of a more than average instinctiveIntellect, 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:and intellect have done their work; now the intuition begins to play its part. It is to this pointIntellect, 130: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation In the preceding chapter theIntellect, 131:thought. Here lies the greatest obstacle to the intuition and the state of illumination. No longerIntellect, 132: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation III. The Stage of ContemplationIntellect, 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, 141: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation Contemplation has been alsoIntellect, 144:facility of interplay we will consider next. The intuition begins to function; illumination isIntellect, 147: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination CHAPTER SEVEN IntuitionIntellect, 147: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination CHAPTER SEVEN IntuitionIntellect, 147:Seven - Intuition and Illumination CHAPTER SEVEN Intuition and Illumination "And God said: LetIntellect, 147:by a still higher faculty, that of the intuition. We have, in the West, noted also that the finestIntellect, 147:to carry its exponents on into the realm of the intuition, or of illumination. In fact, we ratherIntellect, 149: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination It seems, however, onIntellect, 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: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination The way to that freedomIntellect, 155: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination There is an aptitudeIntellect, 155: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination There is an aptitudeIntellect, 158: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination In the truly illuminatedIntellect, 158: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination In the truly illuminatedIntellect, 159:This type of knowledge is sometimes called the Intuition, and is one of the main characteristics ofIntellect, 160:Sons of God, such as the Christ and the Buddha. Intuition and telepathy in its purest form are,Intellect, 161:What is this mysterious thing we call the intuition? It is interesting to note that the word isIntellect, 161:those often by the biggest men in the field. The intuition is not recognized. We might define it asIntellect, 162: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination This immediate access toIntellect, 162: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination This immediate access toIntellect, 162:do. We shall then function in the realm of the intuition and shall talk in terms of the intuitionIntellect, 162:of the intuition and shall talk in terms of the intuition with as much facility as we now talk inIntellect, 162:the intuitive perception in these terms: "Intuition - defined in a quite general manner - is theIntellect, 162:All knowledge is in some sort an assimilation; intuition is an immediate 'information,' without anIntellect, 162:and suggestive books on the subject of the intuition, and one which gears in amazingly with bothIntellect, 162:and western positions, is entitled Instinct and Intuition, by Dr. Dibblee [163] of Oriel College,Intellect, 163:gives us several interesting definitions of the intuition. He remarks that "as sensation is toIntellect, 163:He remarks that "as sensation is to feeling, so intuition acts to thought, in presenting it withIntellect, 163:- Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 85. and he quotes Dr. Jung as saying that itIntellect, 163:gives us Professor H. Wildon Carr's definition: "Intuition is the apprehension by the mind ofIntellect, 163:H. Wildon, Philosophy of Change, page 21. The intuition, he tells us "is interested in purelyIntellect, 163:feeling." - Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 132. In a particularly clearIntellect, 163:- Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 130. Here we have the mechanism guided andIntellect, 163:turn, guiding and directing the mind through the intuition, and having its physical point ofIntellect, 164:seat of the allied faculties of intellect and intuition." - Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct andIntellect, 164:- Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 165. This position is closely paralleledIntellect, 164:the point of contact of the higher Self and the intuition to be in the region of the pineal gland.Intellect, 164:which convey exact and direct knowledge, for the intuition is ever infallible. This process is inIntellect, 164: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination The second activity toIntellect, 164: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination The second activity toIntellect, 166:They do not indicate the functioning of the intuition, nor the activity of the faculty of spiritualIntellect, 166:need most carefully to distinguish between the intuition and instinct; between the intellect in itsIntellect, 167: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination Evelyn Underhill quotesIntellect, 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, 171: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination These words anyIntellect, 172:to such a point that instinct, intellect and intuition can be used at will by the trained and fullyIntellect, 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:can we not begin to grasp the nature of the intuition and to function in another kingdom in natureIntellect, 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:will as well as the intellect. It is an act of intuition born of the will... The Buddha attainedIntellect, 188: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method in HinduIntellect, 189:be rendered fairly accurately as 'intellectual intuition'), he perceives (or rather conceives, notIntellect, 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:and her inward ones to reason; thought to intuition, and intuition and all to unity so that theIntellect, 193:inward ones to reason; thought to intuition, and intuition and all to unity so that the soul may beIntellect, 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, 211:the higher mental faculties and the seat of the intuition in the higher brain, and the lower mentalIntellect, 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, 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, 251:carry a note of authority by its appeal to the intuition; it will respond to the law of |