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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - MEDITATION
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Intellect, 98:apparatus, and pride that of the mind. The meditation process is divided into five parts, one partIntellect, 99:the mind, learning to focus it and so use it. Meditation. The prolonged focusing of the attentionIntellect, 99:the majority of those who take up the study of meditation, the stage which should engross theirIntellect, 99:to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation I. The Stage of Concentration In all schools ofIntellect, 102:our thoughts as we study [102] the technique of meditation. Dr. Lloyd Morgan sums it up for us inIntellect, 103:to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation Therefore, the process at present controlling inIntellect, 105:would do well at the very beginning of their meditation work to learn to make these basicIntellect, 106:to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation Concentration is, therefore, the power to focusIntellect, 107:involve concentration and so develop it. True meditation is after all an attitude of mind and willIntellect, 107:the power of concentration preparatory to true meditation work. The earnest student, therefore,Intellect, 108:instantaneous concentration as a preliminary to meditation. The capacity to focus the attentionIntellect, 108:to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation II. The Stage of Meditation Patanjali definesIntellect, 108:Five - Stages in Meditation II. The Stage of Meditation Patanjali defines concentration as theIntellect, 108:perceiving consciousness in a certain region and meditation as the prolonged holding of theIntellect, 108:of a word or a phrase as the subject of the meditation establishes this [109] ring-pass-not and ifIntellect, 109:establishes this [109] ring-pass-not and if the meditation is well conducted the mind never leavesIntellect, 109:and is continuously active during the entire meditation period. Moreover, the mind is not allowedIntellect, 109:all the time that he is using his mind. In meditation this consciousness of the mind being used isIntellect, 109:be transcended in contemplation, nor used in meditation. To practise making the mind blank, is notIntellect, 110:- Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, III, 11. Meditation is the result of experience. It is theIntellect, 110:Destiny - Karma." - Bhagavad Gita, XVIII, 13-14. Meditation is activity of a very intense kind andIntellect, 110:The material instrument which we have to use in meditation is the physical brain. Many people thinkIntellect, 111:to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation "First, see that thy outward senses are properlyIntellect, 112:development must be reached before true meditation becomes possible; certain work must be done andIntellect, 112:to its use. Reacting to the three parts of the meditation, but reacting in a unified manner theIntellect, 112:an ever deeper concentration, and a more intense meditation. The attention has sunk inwardIntellect, 112:one of a most keen and vital interest. The meditation has been positive in its method and has notIntellect, 113:but becomes identified with the object of the meditation work. This we will consider later. WeIntellect, 113:as follows and constituting what is called "meditation with seed:" Meditation on the nature of aIntellect, 113:what is called "meditation with seed:" Meditation on the nature of a particular form. MeditationIntellect, 113:Meditation on the nature of a particular form. Meditation upon the quality of a particular form.Intellect, 113:upon the quality of a particular form. Meditation upon the purpose of a particular form. MeditationIntellect, 113:upon the purpose of a particular form. Meditation upon the life animating a particular form. AllIntellect, 113:symbols of an indwelling life, and it is through meditation with seed that we arrive at the lifeIntellect, 113:to Intuition - Chapter Five - Stages in Meditation In A Treatise on Cosmic Fire the following wordsIntellect, 114:to the student after he has entered into Meditation, just as the exoteric form of the symbol is allIntellect, 116:each and every form which is the result of meditation with seed. It involves the realization ofIntellect, 116:words or a verse from some sacred book for their meditation so as to train them in their power toIntellect, 116:mind ceases to function, and the true student of meditation slips into a state of consciousIntellect, 119:Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation CHAPTER SIX Stages in MeditationIntellect, 119:Six - Stages in Meditation CHAPTER SIX Stages in Meditation (Continued) Milarepa was one whoIntellect, 119:- Rechung (from the Tibetan) We have carried our meditation work forward along what might be termedIntellect, 119:has been involved, and though the subject of the meditation process has presumably been religious,Intellect, 119:in control, and then, through concentration and meditation, to achieve facility in forcing the mindIntellect, 122:They are the product of the final stages of the meditation work, - contemplation and illumination.Intellect, 122:and illumination. Concentration and meditation have definite reference to the many and to theIntellect, 122:Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation In the East, and by many in the West,Intellect, 123:be definitely offset through concentration and meditation if the mind is to be brought into aIntellect, 123:esotericists, therefore, the objective of the meditation (carried forward into its later stages) isIntellect, 124:Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation We have outlined a method, old andIntellect, 125:kingdom of God" and opens up, to the man in deep meditation, states of consciousness and ranges ofIntellect, 127:Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation It is at this point that all the greatIntellect, 128:the attention of our best minds, and through meditation, as practiced by a few in the religiousIntellect, 129:to play its part. It is to this point that the meditation work we have been considering has broughtIntellect, 130:Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation In the preceding chapter the method wasIntellect, 130:from which a new world could be visioned. In the meditation process up to this stage there has beenIntellect, 131:dominated the consciousness during the stage of "meditation with seed" or with an object, but nowIntellect, 132:and prolonged one-pointed Reflection or Meditation. What have been the results of the meditationIntellect, 132:or Meditation. What have been the results of the meditation process up to this point? They might beIntellect, 132:instantaneous concentration as a preliminary to meditation, and the capacity to focus the mindIntellect, 132:the technical language of mysticism the state of meditation or recollection, and... is theIntellect, 132:Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation III. The Stage of Contemplation We areIntellect, 133:In the ancient technique and the orderly meditation with which the East has lately dowered us, itIntellect, 133:stage of prolonged concentration, which we call meditation, and that of contemplation, which is ofIntellect, 133:period, which the Oriental student calls "meditation without seed," or, "without an object." It isIntellect, 134:man of prayer has made considerable progress in meditation, he passes insensibly to affectiveIntellect, 134:to affective prayer, which, being between meditation and contemplation, as the dawn is between theIntellect, 134:the other. In its beginnings it contains more of meditation, because it still makes use ofIntellect, 134:into a stabilized condition, through prolonged meditation. This brings about a state of mind whichIntellect, 134:the soul lives and moves. The true student of meditation learns to be wide awake mentally, andIntellect, 135:should be taken up along with the practice of meditation, otherwise the process will degenerateIntellect, 135:Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation These two stages of meditation, one ofIntellect, 135:Six - Stages in Meditation These two stages of meditation, one of intense activity and the other ofIntellect, 136:into the intellectual activity which ordinary meditation connotes, for one has not yet learnt toIntellect, 138:and record that which the soul is perceiving. In meditation we endeavor to receive impressions fromIntellect, 138:Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation In the average man, the soul isIntellect, 139:Taylor calls it the "transition from intense meditation to that contemplation which attains to theIntellect, 141:and the power of one-pointedness (that is, meditation) make the development of contemplation." -Intellect, 141:told that "this threefold power of attention, meditation and contemplation is more interior thanIntellect, 141:III, makes the same point, linking faith, meditation and contemplation together as a synthetic act.Intellect, 141:Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Six - Stages in Meditation Contemplation has been also defined byIntellect, 142:brought about through right concentration and meditation. This achieved, there ensues the interludeIntellect, 142:plane simultaneously also perceives, and true meditation and contemplation for the first timeIntellect, 147:further that when the eastern technique of meditation (with its stages of concentration, meditationIntellect, 147:of meditation (with its stages of concentration, meditation and contemplation) has been applied byIntellect, 147:reach the same standard of achievement to which meditation brings the eastern aspirant toIntellect, 148:of this chapter. Illumination is a stage in the meditation process, for it entails careful controlIntellect, 151:to point out that, after proper concentration, meditation and contemplation, [152] "that whichIntellect, 154:the conscious knower. Through concentration and meditation he has achieved a large measure of mindIntellect, 169:vitality. All who have worked in the field of meditation, and who have sought to teach people alongIntellect, 171:These words any experienced teacher of meditation can unequivocally endorse. The phenomenon is mostIntellect, 171:later, within the brain, when in deep thought or meditation; then it becomes more focused andIntellect, 173:we shall have evidenced the final stage of the meditation process which we call Inspiration. To theIntellect, 177:Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation CHAPTER EIGHT The Universality ofIntellect, 177:of Meditation CHAPTER EIGHT The Universality of Meditation "To every man there openeth A Way, andIntellect, 178:mental and spiritual education which advanced meditation practices confer, the problem of theIntellect, 179:the use and experience of the spiritual man. By meditation upon this, arises the intuitiveIntellect, 179:Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation Through this vital experience andIntellect, 181:into the spiritual realm, the third result of meditation is that we find God. It is relativelyIntellect, 183:Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The results of this realized union
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