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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - KNOWLEDGE

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Patanjali, 315:with the light in the head. First, there is that knowledge which the [316] ordinary man canPatanjali, 316:and achievement. This is true of that knowledge which Patanjali deals with. By acting upon thisPatanjali, 316:which Patanjali deals with. By acting upon this knowledge and by conforming to the requirements ofPatanjali, 316:the light in the head. Secondly, discriminative knowledge is the next type utilized by thePatanjali, 316:dispassion or non-attachment to discriminative knowledge, hindrances are worn away, the veil whichPatanjali, 316:can be applied to this type of illuminative knowledge. It results from the treading of the path andPatanjali, 317:emancipator - the forerunner of discriminative knowledge, as the dawn is of sunrise. On thePatanjali, 317:plane knows, sees, and understands. Thus this knowledge becomes available in full wakingPatanjali, 319:therefore, on the light in the head, knowledge of the spiritual worlds and of those pure spiritsPatanjali, 319:through concentrated meditation upon the heart, knowledge of the second aspect, of the consciousPatanjali, 322:and smell are developed, producing intuitional knowledge. Through meditation the aspirant becomesPatanjali, 323:6th 3. Realization 5th 4. Perfection 4th 5. All knowledge 3rd In the following table the numbersPatanjali, 323:smell. Spiritual discernment. Idealism. All knowledge. Patanjali, 328:trance, samadhi, or death. The same basic knowledge enables the adept to raise a dead body, asPatanjali, 328:occupied the body of the disciple Jesus. This knowledge and its use, we are told, is subject to thePatanjali, 338:place and when controlled from above through knowledge, opens the ear to certain aspects of divinePatanjali, 339:with in the previous books, certain keys and knowledge, certain words and formulas, can bePatanjali, 344:of all the elements, the knower has arrived at a knowledge of all their qualities, characteristicsPatanjali, 345:annu (the atom or speck) to atma (or spirit) his knowledge is perfected." (Book I, Sutra 40.) "As aPatanjali, 346:and toil. (Sutra 30) Attainment of infinite knowledge. (Sutra 31) Eternity entered. (Sutra 33)Patanjali, 353:upon the organs of sense for the acquiring of knowledge, nor is he dependent upon the sixth sense,Patanjali, 353:instrument, and direct apprehension of all knowledge, independently of the reasoning [354] facultyPatanjali, 354:potent transmitters of energy, and it was the knowledge of this in the olden days which gave risePatanjali, 357:thou hast conquered desire and attained to self-knowledge, thou hast seen thy soul in its bloom andPatanjali, 358:as an initiate, he arrives at omniscience or all-knowledge, and the Halls of Learning and of WisdomPatanjali, 362:3 - Union achieved and its Results 52. Intuitive knowledge is developed through the use of thePatanjali, 364:follow the method of developing intuitive [364] knowledge, dealt with in this sutra; others willPatanjali, 364:achieved and its Results 53. From this intuitive knowledge is born the capacity to distinguishPatanjali, 364:of the intuition there will arise exact knowledge of the sources of the manifested life, of itsPatanjali, 365:about all forms of life, and this involves a knowledge of: 1. Genus. 2. Quality. 3. Position inPatanjali, 366:achieved and its Results 54. This intuitive knowledge, which is the great Deliverer, is omnipresentPatanjali, 367:described the nature of taroka-jnana - the knowledge that saves from the bonds of the world. ThePatanjali, 367:from the bonds of the world. The discriminative knowledge described [368] here results in taraka,Patanjali, 368:described [368] here results in taraka, the knowledge which is the end and aim of yoga. It relatesPatanjali, 368:of these objects. Moreover it produces knowledge of all things simultaneously, and is quitePatanjali, 368:rules of cognition. Hence it is the highest knowledge which can be desired by the yogin, and it isPatanjali, 369:and that which is external to itself. 21. If knowledge of the mind (chitta) by a remoter mind isPatanjali, 369:of the over-shadowing cloud of spiritual knowledge. 30. When this stage is reached then thePatanjali, 369:purification of all the sheaths, the totality of knowledge becomes available, naught furtherPatanjali, 378:powers which can be covered by the terms direct knowledge, intuitive perception, spiritual insight,Patanjali, 390:is the result of ignorance, the development of knowledge will gradually bring about a state ofPatanjali, 390:or of preference for wrong action, in spite of knowledge and in defiance of the voice of thePatanjali, 399:in right directions and for the achieving of knowledge of the soul-realm instead of the matterPatanjali, 405:e., the mind and the object or the instrument of knowledge and the object of knowledge cannot bePatanjali, 405:or the instrument of knowledge and the object of knowledge cannot be one and the same, for then allPatanjali, 405:be one and the same, for then all distinctive knowledge will be impossible, which, however, isPatanjali, 405:objects is the cause of all our distinctive knowledge is useless, for that which has already spentPatanjali, 405:properly enlightened it is but proper that knowledge having produced in them supreme Vairagya theyPatanjali, 407:visualize the past as a whole, and to unify what knowledge he has of the life of God as it worksPatanjali, 412:to its rightful place as an instrument of knowledge. A physical plane analogy may help here. ThePatanjali, 412:one of our major senses, that whereby we acquire knowledge, a medium through which we see. We,Patanjali, 413:the brain receives illumination, information and knowledge from two directions; from the soul viaPatanjali, 413:through which the soul functions has self-knowledge; they are only the channels through whichPatanjali, 413:they are only the channels through which knowledge is gained and [414] life experience undergone.Patanjali, 414:information is gained and a further field of knowledge revealed. It is naught but an instrument, asPatanjali, 414:from one of two directions and transmitting that knowledge to the brain from the soul or to thePatanjali, 414:of Patanjali - Book 4 - Illumination 21. If knowledge of the mind (chitta) by a remoter mind isPatanjali, 415:mind who simply seeks to use it as a means to knowledge. The problem has arisen very largely fromPatanjali, 415:and felt by the mystic and the devotee but knowledge of him (in the usual significance of the term)Patanjali, 415:term) is not available until the instrument of knowledge, the mind, has been developed. Here isPatanjali, 415:mind, has been developed. Here is where Eastern knowledge comes in and clarifies the work soPatanjali, 417:which lies below." It is the transmitter of the knowledge of the self to the physical brain of thePatanjali, 417:which the self knows and perceives. The field of knowledge is seen and known. The knower is alsoPatanjali, 417:incarnation. Thus the knower, the field of knowledge and knowledge itself are brought intoPatanjali, 417:Thus the knower, the field of knowledge and knowledge itself are brought into conjunction and thePatanjali, 418:to, that which is realized. The knower, knowledge and the field of knowledge become one, just asPatanjali, 418:realized. The knower, knowledge and the field of knowledge become one, just as the crystal takes toPatanjali, 420:is the detachment of the self from the field of knowledge, the involving of the refusal of the selfPatanjali, 421:no longer primarily concerned with the field of knowledge, as in the early stages of hisPatanjali, 421:of his unfoldment; neither is he engaged with knowledge itself, as during the stage of mentalPatanjali, 421:himself henceforth neither with the field of knowledge, life in the three worlds through the mediumPatanjali, 421:and the five senses plus the mind, nor with the knowledge gained nor the experience undergone. HePatanjali, 424:of the over-shadowing cloud of spiritual knowledge. It is difficult for the neophyte to bePatanjali, 425:aware of "the over-shadowing cloud of spiritual knowledge," or of the "raincloud of knowablePatanjali, 426:Christ and to do this the raincloud of spiritual knowledge must be reached, used and penetrated.Patanjali, 427:purifications of the sheaths, the totality of knowledge becomes available, naught further remainsPatanjali, 427:and through following the means of yoga, all knowledge becomes available. The yogi is now aware ofPatanjali, 427:He is likewise omniscient, for all knowledge is his and all avenues of knowledge are open to him.Patanjali, 427:for all knowledge is his and all avenues of knowledge are open to him. He stands free of the fieldPatanjali, 427:are open to him. He stands free of the field of knowledge, yet can function in it; he can utilizePatanjali, 427:function in it; he can utilize the instrument of knowledge and ascertain all that he seeks to know,Patanjali, 428:brain of the aspirant becomes illuminated and knowledge gained of those matters which concern thePatanjali, 428:plane the mental. 5. The fifth ray concrete knowledge. [viii] All the various Yogas have had theirProblems, 7:and unlawful ambition control and not the inner knowledge. To put it scientifically and from theProblems, 21:a condition of ignorance and poverty into one of knowledge and sufficiency. Russia is deeplyProblems, 37:are regarded as minimum requirements, plus some knowledge of historical and geographical events.Problems, 39:can profit from them and appreciate them. The knowledge and understanding thus gained enable theProblems, 52:and then endeavor to add to these that knowledge which will lead him to work constructively in hisProblems, 52:what is to what might be. Inherited, factual knowledge upon which it will be possible toProblems, 52:into the world of ideas and of abstract truth. Knowledge comes from two directions. It is theProblems, 53:a process of learning wisdom as an outgrowth of knowledge and of grasping understandingly theProblems, 53:outer imparted facts. It is the power to apply knowledge in such a manner that sane living and anProblems, 58:fall into the discard. All branches of human knowledge could, in this way, come alive and reach aProblems, 61:the people. Their mental attainments and their knowledge of their particular subject will be ofProblems, 61:than he is today. Besides imparting academic knowledge, he will realize that his major task is toProblems, 92:common sense; they are founded also upon the knowledge that material security and a sufficiency ofProblems, 107:worship and a primitive animism to a deep occult knowledge and an esoteric understanding which mayProblems, 108:modern world; science, transportation [108] and knowledge - brought to them through the medium ofProblems, 109:proved commercial benefits and their scientific knowledge to all that Africa has to offer ofProblems, 119:trained understanding, practical common sense, a knowledge of world problems and a willingness to
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