|Magic, 30:man of that which we call spirit or life in the macrocosm. Just as the life in man holds together,Magic, 71:of the microcosmic correspondence to the macrocosm. It can be elucidated in two ways in relation toMagic, 71:Herein lies the correspondence to the macrocosm as it is symbolized for us in God, the manifestingMagic, 95:as they express themselves in man or in the macrocosm, the Heavenly Man. The ancient yoga ofMagic, 274:and study them from the standpoint both of the macrocosm and the microcosm. We note that the formMagic, 451:man of that which we call spirit or life in the macrocosm. Just as the life in man holds together,Magic, 454:builder of the form. This is true both of the Macrocosm and of the infinite world of microcosmicMagic, 550:both hemispheres. Both in the solar system, the macrocosm of the microcosm, and likewise in theMagic, 571:world and govern the manifestation of the Macrocosm. Learning to work with these energies in anMagic, 597:the end of the evolutionary cycle - both in the macrocosm and the microcosm - they bring intoMagic, 611:brought into conjunction, produce the manifested macrocosm and microcosm, and to this conjunctionMeditation, 56:The microcosm has but to repeat the work of the macrocosm. The Spirit or monad on his own planeMeditation, 72:to its environment, to its need and to the macrocosm. It controls the selective processes of theMeditation, 72:it takes the vibratory force and energy of the macrocosm and transmutes it for the use of theMeditation, 75:of the microcosm is as great as in the macrocosm. The awakening of the centers and their particularMeditation, 83:same law that governs all cyclic growth in the macrocosm: First comes the clashing of the old withMeditation, 150:spirit-matter system, the dual value of the macrocosm. Instead of only knowing the fire that burnsMeditation, 152:divine life. Through the scientific study of the macrocosm, "the kingdom of God without," he has toMeditation, 183:them. I will deal first with fire in the Macrocosm, and later show its microcosmic correspondence.Meditation, 184:system passes into obscuration. So it is in the Macrocosm. Just as the sun is the center for ourMeditation, 221:bodies. This is of paramount importance in the macrocosm, and to the student of meditation. It isMeditation, 225:following points: Wherein the microcosm and the macrocosm correspond. The basic correspondences.Meditation, 225:Color in the microcosm and in the macrocosm. Let us briefly take up each point, for in the rightMeditation, 225:The relationship between the microcosm and the macrocosm is accurate, and exists not only broadlyMeditation, 227:the correspondence between the microcosm and the macrocosm. The colors exoterically have to do withMeditation, 230:and Sound Color in the Microcosm and in the Macrocosm Here lies much of difficulty owing to theMeditation, 238:in the life of the individual, for always the macrocosm affects the microcosm. His primary colorMeditation, 276:brings him to a comprehension of the macrocosm. Now all these various aspects of the Master's workMeditation, 284:will be regarded as corresponding to that in the macrocosm, whilst the occult significance of itsMeditation, 300:mental side. The septenary constitution of the macrocosm and the microcosm. The laws governingMeditation, 303:The relationship between the microcosm and the macrocosm and its sevenfold application. The methodMeditation, 303:and the place of the microcosm within the macrocosm as revealed through the study of theMeditation, 328:Study of the laws of the microcosmic body. The Macrocosm Study of the laws of electricity, ofMeditation, 355:the middle of the Lemurian, or third root race. Macrocosm The great universe, literally; or GodPatanjali, 15:(the universal mind), or mind manifesting in the macrocosm. This is a great mystery but will revealPatanjali, 32:of non-attachment when applied to the macrocosm or the microcosm. The three gunas have all beenPatanjali, 46:be studied with care. Aspect Quality Center Macrocosm Spirit Father Monad Will Head CentralPatanjali, 51:of the Ishvara aspect may be found of value. The Macrocosm Ishvara, the second aspect Whose naturePatanjali, 74:to the "boundless immutable principle" in the macrocosm, the Monad (on its own plane) constitutesPatanjali, 90:telescope, bringing the seer into touch with the macrocosm, and a microscope bringing him intoPatanjali, 98:sound alone." If this idea is extended to the macrocosm, we will find that we can meditate upon thePatanjali, 334:of the cosmic Trinity, the Son of God, the Macrocosm. This process eventuated in the seven planesPatanjali, 336:is one who seeks to function as "free in the macrocosm" and to transcend his microcosmicPatanjali, 341:that this will have a dual reference, to the macrocosm and to the microcosm. It can refer to thePatanjali, 351:and of that to which it gives the key in the macrocosm. 3. Egoism, refers to the "I" making facultyPatanjali, 352:of the nature of God as shown in the macrocosm. Patanjali, 387:himself. The microcosm reveals the nature of the macrocosm. He will find that he, the real orPatanjali, 407:the infinitely great, from the microcosm to the macrocosm, a gradually expanding state ofPatanjali, 408:atom, the true microcosm. The form of man, the macrocosm for all the subhuman kingdom. The form ofPatanjali, 408:kingdom. The form of God, a solar system, the macrocosm for man and all the superhuman stages. AllPsychology1, xxi:with the psychology of Deity, the work of the Macrocosm, and the laws whereby the Solar LogosPsychology1, 19:to man's unfoldment, nor shall we deal with the macrocosm, or with the developing life of thePsychology1, 230:all have contributed to his equipment; he is the macrocosm of the lower microcosm; he is the linkPsychology1, 391:and charted. As with the microcosm, so with the macrocosm. Every ray produces three major patternsPsychology2, 226:human being, the microcosmic reflection of the Macrocosm, these qualities are expressed by thePsychology2, 228:and of the relation of the microcosm to the Macrocosm. This has been left too much to thePsychology2, 228:of all things is overlooked. Yet man is but the macrocosm of the other kingdoms in nature. ThePsychology2, 303:is that he is, indeed, the microcosm of the macrocosm, and that within himself has to be found thePsychology2, 557:of a greater future inclusiveness. Man is the macrocosm of the microcosm; the gains and peculiarPsychology2, 557:enveloped in and part of a still greater macrocosm, and of this greater Whole he must becomePsychology2, 592:the involutionary and evolutionary arcs of the macrocosm, there are formed five areas up the spinalRays, 107:the sum total in the light of the part, the Macrocosm in the light of the Microcosm. That is noRays, 115:The applicant is referred to the microcosm. The Macrocosm is held before the vision of theRays, 147:the analogies existing in the microcosm to the Macrocosm that enlightenment can come. And how, IRays, 217:to the ancient dictum that "as it is with the Macrocosm so will it be with the microcosm," and byRays, 267:understanding of the more obvious aspects of the Macrocosm. First, let me make reference to theRays, 292:he himself, the microcosm, is the key to the Macrocosm; he is the clue to the future, and he holdsRays, 661:considering the microcosm within the life of the Macrocosm, but if you ventured outside thatRays, 712:because the fourth Kingdom in Nature is the Macrocosm of the threefold Microcosm of the three lowerTelepathy, 62:their unfoldment; man, as you well know, is the macrocosm for the microcosm of the lower kingdomsTelepathy, 125:the energy of active Mind and makes humanity the macrocosm of the microcosm, the three subhumanTelepathy, 131:the truism that the microcosm reflects the macrocosm and, therefore, each human being is related toTelepathy, 142:to ceaseless change. This, being true of the Macrocosm, is equally true of man, the microcosm, andTelepathy, 147:dominate all manifestation. What is true of the Macrocosm is true also of the microcosm.