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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - MEDITATION
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MEDITATION
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Intellect, 185:Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method in Tibetan Buddhism InIntellect, 185:attained union through the method of discipline, meditation and practice, and, ultimately,Intellect, 185:"He was a being most diligent and persevering in meditation upon the Rare Path... Having acquiredIntellect, 185:perfect in the practice of the four stages of meditation (analysis, reflection, fondness, bliss.Intellect, 186:Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method in Chinese Buddhism One ofIntellect, 188:Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method in Hindu Yoga The Hindus haveIntellect, 189:their light." "The 'Self' being enlightened by meditation...,then burning with the fire ofIntellect, 190:perception of Being which is the object of the meditation...The second period of Yoga is that inIntellect, 190:object on which his thought dwells, the act of meditation itself, make but one thing..." -Intellect, 191:Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method of Sufism The writings of theIntellect, 193:Intuition - Chapter Eight - The Universality of Meditation The Method in Christianity It is, ofIntellect, 194:66, 101. Thus, the great schools of intellectual meditation (devoid in the final stages of feelingIntellect, 199:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation CHAPTER NINE The Practice of MeditationIntellect, 199:of Meditation CHAPTER NINE The Practice of Meditation "It is to be noticed that the Doctrine ofIntellect, 199:Otherwise the entire objective of our study of meditation will be lost, and we shall only haveIntellect, 199:desire, profit by and master the technique of Meditation? Second: The Knowers of the East gainedIntellect, 199:of and answered before we can go on to outline meditation work and indicate the method which it isIntellect, 200:usefulness; anyone who has watched the effect of Meditation upon the beginner will substantiateIntellect, 200:The results of the first step in the Meditation discipline, i.e., of Concentration, are oftenIntellect, 200:and peace, with which the mystic prayer and meditation had dowered them, disappear; and,Intellect, 201:part, particularly in the early stages of the meditation process. One of the first effects of theIntellect, 201:process. One of the first effects of the meditation work is usually an increased efficiency in theIntellect, 201:or not through the practice of concentration and meditation, he will nevertheless have gained much,Intellect, 201:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation Therefore, from a purely mundane point ofIntellect, 203:with perseverance, can approach the study of meditation with good courage. He can begin to organizeIntellect, 204:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation The ancient science of Meditation, theIntellect, 204:Practice of Meditation The ancient science of Meditation, the royal road to Union," as it has beenIntellect, 204:concentration and the earlier aspects of the meditation work, this coordination is rapidlyIntellect, 205:Third: As concentration merges into meditation (which is the act of prolonged concentration) theIntellect, 205:about through concentration. The second through meditation. Out of this sequence of activities, theIntellect, 206:gives place to the life of concentration and meditation - distinctive of the knower. TheIntellect, 207:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation True concentration grows out of aIntellect, 208:risen to the rank of an executive, to practice meditation, than it is for the unthinking mechanicalIntellect, 208:whom the finding of twenty minutes each day for meditation or an hour for study presentsIntellect, 210:a more dynamic attention and a more powerful meditation, but the race has progressed and grown inIntellect, 210:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation A third question arises at this point:Intellect, 210:psychologically and physiologically, in meditation? The answer is: A great deal. PsychologicallyIntellect, 211:the soul works is in the upper brain. During meditation, if effective, energy from the soul poursIntellect, 213:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation The various avenues of sense perceptionIntellect, 215:there can be an intelligent approach to the meditation work. It is as justifiable to accept such anIntellect, 216:attitude of mind, and to practice daily meditation and concentration. If we are beginners, or areIntellect, 216:and begin truly to meditate. It is easy to teach meditation to the interested business executive. Intellect, 216:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation Next, the regular meditation work isIntellect, 216:- The Practice of Meditation Next, the regular meditation work is attempted, and a certain time isIntellect, 217:to find time early in the morning for our meditation work. The reason for this is, that after weIntellect, 217:violent vibration; this is not the case if the meditation is performed first thing in the morning.Intellect, 217:It is the attitude of silence. Aspirants to meditation talk much about the opposition they meetIntellect, 218:If it is impossible to get a moment for meditation before the family disperses for the day's work,Intellect, 219:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation The trouble with such postures is thatIntellect, 219:We become engrossed with the form side of meditation and not with the Originator of the form; weIntellect, 220:speeding up of the nervous reactions. Meditation is an interior act, and can only be performedIntellect, 220:brother is also right when he says that in meditation there is a bringing together of negative andIntellect, 221:by those who have first given years to right meditation and to purification of the body nature.Intellect, 221:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation A Doctor of Divinity and pastor of a largeIntellect, 223:concentration. The next step in the practice of meditation is the use of the imagination; weIntellect, 224:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation In connection with this work, at the stageIntellect, 225:When this has been done we can continue with our meditation work. The physical body and the desireIntellect, 226:of personal life. In our earlier attempts at meditation, we jumped over such commonplaceIntellect, 227:reached? By following a form or outline in our meditation work which automatically sets aIntellect, 227:for ourselves. This following of a form in meditation is necessary usually for several years,Intellect, 227:approximately three thousand students of the meditation technique during the last seven years,Intellect, 228:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation Meditation Form To Develop ConcentrationIntellect, 228:- Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation Meditation Form To Develop Concentration Stages TheIntellect, 229:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation This is definitely a beginner'sIntellect, 229:of Meditation This is definitely a beginner's meditation. It has several focal points in it where aIntellect, 229:method is employed. There are many other meditation outlines which can bring about the sameIntellect, 229:more that are for advanced workers. There are meditation outlines which are drawn up to produceIntellect, 229:in such a book as this. A safe and general meditation form is all that is possible. In all of them,Intellect, 229:up by any particular "seed-thought" or object in meditation. This activity excludes all extraneousIntellect, 231:that I am God," can be safely carried into the meditation work. The call for too great a quiescenceIntellect, 231:and ambitions beyond his power to cope with. The meditation 'I am God' might therefore, be said toIntellect, 231:that this paragraph touching the 'I am God' meditation contains a lure as well as a warning. It isIntellect, 232:to Intuition - Chapter Nine - The Practice of Meditation The sequential method suggested above is aIntellect, 232:definitely thinking. Any person who is teaching meditation knows how difficult it is to induce theIntellect, 233:efforts. A few minutes of concentration or meditation work done with regularity, will carry theIntellect, 233:four times a month. It has been truly said that "meditation to be effective in producing resultsIntellect, 234:it wise to gauge the growth of a student in the meditation work by the extension of his field ofIntellect, 237:Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation CHAPTER TEN The Need for Care inIntellect, 237:in Meditation CHAPTER TEN The Need for Care in Meditation "A clean life, an open mind, a pureIntellect, 237:the Temple of Divine Wisdom." H.P. Blavatsky The meditation work outline in the previous chapterIntellect, 237:persistence - to the genuine practice of meditation. A concentration that lasts one minute isIntellect, 237:to achieve but is a real step upon the way to meditation, which is the act of prolongedIntellect, 238:of a form, will serve as a seed thought in meditation. The form will be studied as to its qualityIntellect, 238:for the student of this ancient technique of meditation. The goal of meditation, from the angle ofIntellect, 238:ancient technique of meditation. The goal of meditation, from the angle of the mind, mightIntellect, 239:matter) of the form that they take. Through meditation, we contact a part of the Plan; we see theIntellect, 239:of, the ideas we succeed in contacting in meditation. Intellect, 239:Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation It will, therefore, be apparent howIntellect, 240:all the time. The fundamental law governing all meditation work is the ancient one formulated byIntellect, 241:energy of some type or another. The student of meditation must, therefore, remember that he isIntellect, 241:Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation It will be apparent, therefore, that theIntellect, 242:of right use of energy, the whole story of the meditation work is summed up. It becomes apparentIntellect, 242:and why all wise teachers of the technique of meditation urge upon their pupils the need of careIntellect, 242:procedure. It is essential that we realize that meditation can be very dangerous work and may landIntellect, 245:Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation Again, some "force" - a word frequentlyIntellect, 245:three "World Teachers," who have been studying meditation in some school or other, made applicationIntellect, 245:they did, not because they wanted to carry their meditation forward, but because they felt we wouldIntellect, 247:humor at least. The point that every student of meditation should always bear in mind is that allIntellect, 248:aspirant should be the perfect performance of meditation and service and discipline, and not theIntellect, 248:Intuition - Chapter Ten - The Need for Care in Meditation Another effect of meditation, and a very
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