|Patanjalichitta) can be reached through meditation on the knowledge which dreams give. 39. Peace can also bePatanjaliannu (the atom or speck) to atma (or spirit) his knowledge is perfected. 41. To him whose vrittisPatanjalito that which is realized. The knower, knowledge and the field of knowledge become one, just as thePatanjalirealized. The knower, knowledge and the field of knowledge become one, just as the crystal takes toPatanjalithe soul, the second aspect, the Christ within, Knowledge of the self can be achieved and itsPatanjali, 13:the realm of the soul, the true field of soul knowledge, can be seen and contacted. Patanjali, 15:6. These modifications (activities) are correct knowledge, incorrect knowledge, fancy, passivityPatanjali, 15:(activities) are correct knowledge, incorrect knowledge, fancy, passivity (sleep) and memory. TherePatanjali, 15:(sleep) and memory. There exists a vast field of knowledge which the seer must cognize at some timePatanjali, 16:transmission. Patanjali says: "The seer is pure knowledge (gnosis). Though pure he looks upon thePatanjali, 16:Deduction is not a sure method of ascertaining knowledge and the other modifications referPatanjali, 16:1 - The Problem of Union 7. The basis of correct knowledge is correct perception, correct deductionPatanjali, 16:appreciation that the mind is a means whereby knowledge is to be gained. In the west the idea hasPatanjali, 16:that part of the human mechanism which utilizes knowledge. The "process of turning things over inPatanjali, 17:of all the five other senses. Result: Correct knowledge. Right use of the perceiving faculty, soPatanjali, 17:the perceiving faculty, so that the new field of knowledge which is now contacted is seen as it is.Patanjali, 17:of the physical brain to the transmitted knowledge. When the process is studied and followed, thePatanjali, 18:- Book 1 - The Problem of Union 8. Incorrect knowledge is based upon perception of the form and notPatanjali, 18:paraphrase. Its significance consists in this: Knowledge, deduction and a decision which is basedPatanjali, 18:itself, is (to the occultist) false and untrue knowledge.  At this stage in the evolutionaryPatanjali, 19:are struggling toward true expression. All knowledge therefore which is acquired through the mediumPatanjali, 19:which is based upon the form aspect is incorrect knowledge. The soul alone perceives correctly; thePatanjali, 23:first human incarnation until he "awakens" to a knowledge of the plan, and endeavors to bring thePatanjali, 24:making faculty, which are the total of the knowledge contacted and the realizations evoked by thePatanjali, 26:Through non-attachment to those forms of knowledge with which the senses put a man in contact, theyPatanjali, 27:pull or attraction of their particular field of knowledge. Patanjali, 27:Only intense love of the soul and of all that knowledge of the soul entails will carry the aspirantPatanjali, 31:of this non-attachment results in an exact knowledge of the spiritual man when liberated from thePatanjali, 34:and through it the student arrives at that knowledge of energy in himself which is one with thePatanjali, 34:realization carries the aspirant onward to a knowledge of that part in the plan or purpose of thePatanjali, 35:or  elements composing spirit-matter, a knowledge of the purpose or plan for the microcosmic orPatanjali, 35:manifestations eventuates and with this knowledge comes bliss. In these three are to be foundPatanjali, 35:an object, the aspirant arrives at his goal, knowledge of the soul, and of the soul powers. HePatanjali, 35:of nature. Thus he will eventually arrive (when knowledge of the soul itself is gained) at aPatanjali, 35:knowledge of the soul itself is gained) at a knowledge of the All-Soul and become one with it. Patanjali, 36:subjective. He becomes aware of a new field of knowledge, though as yet he knows not what it is. HePatanjali, 37:of the realm of the soul, to the new field of knowledge of which he has become aware. He is stillPatanjali, 38:- that is, the soul, its range of vision and its knowledge. He has yet to strengthen his link withPatanjali, 38:until the soul or Master has assumed control the knowledge of the soul cannot be poured into thePatanjali, 39:into the head. The second group - through a knowledge of the law - works with all the transmutedPatanjali, 41:perception. The experience of the soul, and the knowledge of the spirit or Father aspect begins toPatanjali, 43:the devotee and the saint and brings him to a knowledge of the soul and of sainthood. The formerPatanjali, 43:clear the two ways whereby men reach the goal, - knowledge of the spiritual life, and emancipation.Patanjali, 44:entire consecration the aspirant arrives at a knowledge of the reality of spirit. This is the wayPatanjali, 46:of Union 23. By intense devotion to Ishvara, knowledge of Ishvara is gained. Ishvara is the son inPatanjali, 47:the Path of Raja Yoga, and combine intellectual knowledge, mental control and discipline before thePatanjali, 48:the lower creations. Free from Karma. Through knowledge of the law he has adjusted all his karma,Patanjali, 48:the initiated action) is undertaken with a full knowledge of the result to be attained. ThusPatanjali, 49:25. In Ishvara, the Gurudeva, the germ of all knowledge expands into infinity. In the macrocosmicPatanjali, 49:with its vehicles or organs, the germ of all knowledge begins to expand. In the disciple, thePatanjali, 49:Bible as the Ancient of Days, this "germ of all knowledge" can be seen at differing stages ofPatanjali, 50:An urge, or determination to achieve the new knowledge, The holding of the consciousness alreadyPatanjali, 52:have achieved omniscience, those whose germ of knowledge has been subjected to proper culture andPatanjali, 61:of happenings is as follows: Aspiration after knowledge of the soul, Realization of the obstacles,Patanjali, 61:understanding of the things which prevent true knowledge. Intellectual comprehension as to thePatanjali, 61:purification of all the sheaths, the totality of knowledge becomes available, naught furtherPatanjali, 65:through a search for that source of all knowledge, latent at the heart of all beings. To askPatanjali, 66:no correspondence between his activity and his knowledge. There is a gap between his aspiration andPatanjali, 68:of by Patanjali in the words: "The seer is pure Knowledge (gnosis). Though  pure, he looks uponPatanjali, 69:the mind." (Book II, Sutra 20.) The words "pure knowledge" have been translated "pure vision." ThisPatanjali, 69:vision is the faculty of the soul which is pure knowledge, and is manifest when the soul uses thePatanjali, 69:of the mind." It is that clear apprehension of knowledge and a perfect comprehension of the thingsPatanjali, 69:man can look out onto a new and higher realm of knowledge. Simultaneously with the development ofPatanjali, 75:use in any particular sphere, as he awakens to a knowledge of the specific divine quality which thePatanjali, 80:the method whereby speech becomes possible, a knowledge of the world  creative processes can bePatanjali, 81:36. By meditation upon Light and upon Radiance, knowledge of the Spirit can be reached and thusPatanjali, 81:By meditation upon Light and upon Radiance, knowledge of the Spirit can be reached and thus peacePatanjali, 82:chitta) can be reached through meditation on the knowledge which dreams give. Method VII. Sutra 39.Patanjali, 83:through this light and the ability to use it, knowledge of the spirit can be arrived at. At thePatanjali, 85:chitta) can be reached through meditation on the knowledge which dreams give. The significant wordsPatanjali, 85:words in Sutra 38 are the phrase "the knowledge which dreams give" and in this connection thePatanjali, 86:experienced in the astral or emotional body. The knowledge given by the physical plane condition isPatanjali, 86:called the imagination, bringing its own form of knowledge. Imagination involves certain mentalPatanjali, 87:"dreams of God" Himself are known, and in which knowledge of the "images" which the Deity hasPatanjali, 87:annu (the atom or speck) to atma (or spirit) his knowledge is perfected. This translation does notPatanjali, 89:is an occult truism that as a man arrives at a knowledge of himself, under the great law of analogyPatanjali, 89:under the great law of analogy he arrives at the knowledge of God. This knowledge covers five greatPatanjali, 89:analogy he arrives at the knowledge of God. This knowledge covers five great aspects: Forms, ThePatanjali, 89:body and of all his sheaths. This concerns his knowledge of form. He discovers that forms are madePatanjali, 89:that all forms are alike in this respect. This knowledge concerns the constituents of form. HePatanjali, 89:constitute his forms, or, in other words, at a knowledge of the varying forces; the nature of thesePatanjali, 89:the atoms which form the sheath or sheaths. This knowledge concerns forces. Later he discoversPatanjali, 89:vibration and force demonstration, and this knowledge concerns groups. Consequently he finds hisPatanjali, 89:and knows his work. Finally he arrives at a knowledge  of that which concerns all forms,Patanjali, 90:and is the motive power of all groups. This knowledge concerns energy; it has to do with the naturePatanjali, 91:to, that which is realized. The knower, knowledge and the field of knowledge become one, just asPatanjali, 91:realized. The knower, knowledge and the field of knowledge become one, just as the crystal takes toPatanjali, 91:his consciousness embraces the entire field of knowledge, from the standpoint of onlooker orPatanjali, 91:are identical with the Oversoul. The complete knowledge of the nature, quality, key and note of onePatanjali, 92:which vibrates in tune with his own soul. Thus knowledge is arrived at, - knowledge of that whichPatanjali, 92:his own soul. Thus knowledge is arrived at, - knowledge of that which the form (or field ofPatanjali, 92:- knowledge of that which the form (or field of knowledge) is seeking to express, - its soul, keyPatanjali, 92:himself and his own soul, the deeper will be his knowledge of his brother. Finally, he can identifyPatanjali, 93:Perception That which is perceived. Knower Knowledge The field of knowledge. Thinker Thought ThePatanjali, 93:is perceived. Knower Knowledge The field of knowledge. Thinker Thought The mind (this is thePatanjali, 93:five senses in order to arrive at the field of knowledge. That all our three planes in the threePatanjali, 94:quality or life which lies back of the field of knowledge (or form). This constitutes the nature ofPatanjali, 95:that it can take on the coloring of the higher knowledge and reflect the higher realities. ThePatanjali, 95:realities. The perceiver has to arrive at a knowledge of subliminal things by the process, first ofPatanjali, 97:has seen, and that mental body throws down the knowledge gained into the physical brain.