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

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Initiation, 146:the outer. The latter confine themselves to deep meditation and the chanting of certain formulas,Initiation, 150:it. Herein, as is known, lies the value of meditation, for meditation produces eventually thatInitiation, 150:as is known, lies the value of meditation, for meditation produces eventually that inner dynamicInitiation, 150:said that the Logos produced the worlds through meditation it means that within his own center ofInitiation, 150:detail of the consummated sphere. Then, when his meditation was concluded, and the whole completedInitiation, 151:takes place after a period of deliberation or meditation wherein the purpose in toto is visualized.Initiation, 161:It is given to the initiate as a topic for meditation, until he takes the fourth initiation, but heInitiation, 166:emphasis has been laid by all wise teachers of meditation upon the faculty of the careful buildingInitiation, 183:the oriental type attains its objective through meditation, with a modicum of executiveInitiation, 183:which lower mind produces, and a type of meditation of which intense business concentration mightInitiation, 183:business man might be regarded as a type of meditation. In the purification of motive lying back ofInitiation, 201:will be the outcome of right thinking, meditation, and service. Through deep study of all there isInitiation, 206:or the use of the centers of the hands during meditation in the manipulation of mental matter andInitiation, 208:in these rules so that it may form a subject for meditation, for study, and for group discussion. Initiation, 225:really of much earlier origin. The practice of Meditation as a means of leading to spiritualIntellect, 3:present widespread interest in the subject of Meditation is an evidence of a world need whichIntellect, 3:which the race needs in its onward march. That meditation is regarded, by those who define loosely,Intellect, 3:that in the right understanding of the meditation process and in its right adaptation to the needsIntellect, 3:to deal with the nature and true significance of meditation, and with its use on a large scale inIntellect, 8:it is the thought apparatus which is involved in Meditation and which must be trained to add toIntellect, 15:with this work of educating the mystic, that the meditation technique has to do. It is this withIntellect, 17:mental power has been used in concentration and meditation and in deep philosophical andIntellect, 28:of education as a possible exercise for private meditation. Let each one ask himself what he meansIntellect, 36:of the way of the mystic and the technique of meditation whereby the mystic becomes the fullyIntellect, 39:It is in this connection that the method of meditation will be seen as a part of the technique ofIntellect, 39:and led forth into a new kingdom in nature. Meditation is primarily a self-initiated process ofIntellect, 39:those much misunderstood words - concentration, meditation, and contemplation. From being a processIntellect, 40:demonstrated activity through the practice of meditation. These two methods of rounding out theIntellect, 41:nurtured by a specialized education, called the meditation process, which is superimposed upon aIntellect, 44:Training Science Religion Memory Training Meditation Investigation Reflection Yet the cause isIntellect, 44:The West needs wisdom and the technique of meditation. This scientific and cultural system, whenIntellect, 45:through the eastern system of scientific meditation. Our greatest need in the West lies in ourIntellect, 49:state the hypotheses upon which the science of meditation is based. In the process the variousIntellect, 50:Illuminanda, page 218. This is the goal of the meditation process - to lead men forth into theIntellect, 51:of the student of the Oriental technique of meditation, never forgetting, however, the proverb ofIntellect, 52:the group-conscious soul manifests itself) and meditation. The consummation of the work is theIntellect, 52:if this process of education through meditation is to be rendered effective. In Webster'sIntellect, 54:development, but which later, through proper meditation, enables him to orient himself towards theIntellect, 55:and it is this that the unification, which meditation brings about [56] reveals to man. Through itsIntellect, 61:the eastern wisdom comes to us with one word: - Meditation. The question naturally arises: "Is thatIntellect, 61:"Is that all?" and the answer is: "Yes." If meditation is rightly followed, and if perseverance isIntellect, 61:and in the life of aspiration and of service. Meditation in the eastern sense is, as we shall see,Intellect, 65:to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation CHAPTER FOUR The Objectives inIntellect, 65:in Meditation CHAPTER FOUR The Objectives in Meditation "Union is achieved through the subjugationIntellect, 65:the educated man aims as he enters on the way of meditation, and in what way meditation differsIntellect, 65:enters on the way of meditation, and in what way meditation differs from what the Christian callsIntellect, 65:and contrast the two methods of prayer and of meditation. Prayer can perhaps be best expressed byIntellect, 66:faith of the petitioner be sufficiently strong. Meditation differs from prayer in that it isIntellect, 66:and Bianco of Siena was really speaking of meditation when he said: "What is prayer but upwardIntellect, 67:aspirant to the point where prayer can end and meditation begin. Seneca must have realized thisIntellect, 67:to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation Meditation carries the work forward intoIntellect, 67:- Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation Meditation carries the work forward into the mentalIntellect, 67:disciplined unselfishness, produces the Mystic. Meditation, plus organized disciplined service,Intellect, 68:the seer is unable to produce it himself. In meditation, the reverse is the case, and throughIntellect, 70:to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation But the mystical way is a preparationIntellect, 70:door and procure its opening. It is here that meditation plays its part [71] and the mind steps inIntellect, 71:fulfil its new function of revelation. Through meditation, the union for which the mystic yearns,Intellect, 72:standards. We have touched upon the point that meditation is a process whereby the mind isIntellect, 72:It might be stated first of all that meditation is the science which enables us to arrive at directIntellect, 73:to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation This real Self is God - God theIntellect, 74:and not simply a much hoped for theory. [74] Meditation causes our beliefs to change intoIntellect, 74:only a concept and a possibility until, through meditation, the Christ life is evoked and becomesIntellect, 75:in preparing the mind to undertake the work of meditation. It has taught us that we possess such anIntellect, 75:Enduring Quest, page 265. Again, we might define meditation as the method whereby a man reaches theIntellect, 76:to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation Man is a point of divine light, hiddenIntellect, 76:We are assured in that basic text book on meditation, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, of which anIntellect, 77:the Soul, that through right discipline and [77] meditation "that which obscures the light isIntellect, 77:teach the same idea and in the same symbology. Meditation is, therefore, an ordered process wherebyIntellect, 78:before a man can garner the fruits of meditation. It is a part of the evolutionary process, as weIntellect, 78:to obey the rules and work with the system. Meditation calls for self-control in all things, andIntellect, 78:is made clear in the Bhagavad Gita: "There is no meditation for the man who eats too little or forIntellect, 78:in work; regulated also in sleep and in waking, meditation becomes the destroyer of all suffering."Intellect, 78:of all suffering." - Bhagavad Gita, VI, 16-17. Meditation can be regarded rightly as part of theIntellect, 79:and soul awareness is effected is that of meditation. This process of unveiling the Self throughIntellect, 79:to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation We are told, for instance, that we haveIntellect, 80:his attributes and aspects into heaven. Through meditation, spiritual knowledge grows up within theIntellect, 80:our divine nature. Tagore, in one place, defines meditation as "the entering into some great truthIntellect, 81:spirit. He will also know how he knows. Thus, meditation brings about union, or at-one-ment. TheIntellect, 82:page 37. Through the ordered stages of the meditation process, a relationship is gradually andIntellect, 82:of focused attention, of mind control, or of meditation, and is a mode of development whereby weIntellect, 83:Paracelsus. The whole object of the science of meditation is, therefore, to enable man to become inIntellect, 83:must be self-applied and self-initiated. Through meditation, the mind is used as an instrument forIntellect, 83:to Intuition - Chapter Four - The Objectives in Meditation Finally, meditation brings aboutIntellect, 83:Four - The Objectives in Meditation Finally, meditation brings about illumination. Meister EckhartIntellect, 84:191. [84] It is this light that the process of meditation reveals and with which we learn to work.Intellect, 84:of the Soul, II, 27-28, IV, 26. As a result of meditation comes the shining forth of the light.Intellect, 84:take up in greater detail later on. Through meditation, as a consequence of all the precedingIntellect, 85:brought [85] into functioning activity through meditation, and so supersede their lowerIntellect, 85:to this chapter on the objectives of the meditation process. He refers to the "...overwhelmingIntellect, 86:X. Thus it will be seen that the claims made for meditation are very high, and the weight of theIntellect, 87:of training; the second is made possible through meditation, a higher form of the educationalIntellect, 91:to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation CHAPTER FIVE Stages in Meditation "What wouldIntellect, 91:- Stages in Meditation CHAPTER FIVE Stages in Meditation "What would you do within, O Soul, myIntellect, 93:aspirant, and, before we pass on to the way of meditation and place our footsteps in those of theIntellect, 94:to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation We start with an emotional realization of ourIntellect, 95:who can the most easily master the technique of meditation. Prayer is possible to all. MeditationIntellect, 95:of meditation. Prayer is possible to all. Meditation is only possible to the mentally polarizedIntellect, 96:to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation The third requirement is obedience to theIntellect, 97:call it the awakened intuition. The student of meditation learns to distinguish accurately betweenIntellect, 97:the stage of aspiration and must precede that of meditation. They need not be expressed in their
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