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

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Patanjali, 250:achieved and its Results 4. When concentration, meditation and contemplation form one sequentialPatanjali, 251:It is the synthesis of the three stages of the meditation process and is only possible to thatPatanjali, 251:physical plane. This is perfectly concentrated meditation and [252] the power so to meditate isPatanjali, 252:this sutra. It is the attainment of the power of meditation which is the objective of the Raja YogaPatanjali, 252:revealer. The yogi, through steady practise in meditation, has reached the point where he can atPatanjali, 253:be described in the following concise terms: Meditation, Polarization in the soul or egoicPatanjali, 256:safely to cultivate the powers of concentration, meditation and contemplation. Having contacted thePatanjali, 257:however, are external to the true seedless meditation (or samadhi) which is not based on an object.Patanjali, 257:is now desirous of describing the results of meditation (some along the line of the higher psychismPatanjali, 258:his mind upon them. In studying these results of meditation in the psychic realm, it should bePatanjali, 259:to meditate: 1. He is aware of the object of his meditation. This excites or impresses his mind,Patanjali, 259:but it is much higher than concentration and meditation with seed as usually understood, for it isPatanjali, 261:plane simultaneously also perceives, and true meditation and contemplation for the first timePatanjali, 262:that of the achievement of a constant state of meditation. Though periods in which definite work isPatanjali, 267:therefore to even the casual reader, that if meditation in its three above mentioned stages isPatanjali, 269:the remainder of Book III) with the results of meditation. The preceding sutras have considered thePatanjali, 269:that have to be overcome before true meditation becomes possible. The key to that overcoming andPatanjali, 269:and its Results 16. Through concentrated meditation upon the triple nature of every form, comes thePatanjali, 270:to note how this first great result of meditation takes one right back to the true facts anentPatanjali, 270:This line of thought, through concentrated meditation will become clear, and a sense of proportionPatanjali, 271:in the mind of the perceiver. By concentrated meditation on these three aspects comes anPatanjali, 271:and holds the key to the object of the entire meditation process. This is to reveal or to unveil toPatanjali, 273:lies the clue to the entire cosmic process. The meditation process when duly and correctly carriedPatanjali, 274:forms of Atlantean magic. By concentrated meditation upon the distinction between these aspectsPatanjali, 278:causes. These he arrives at through concentrated meditation. The thought images he becomes aware ofPatanjali, 278:of are: Those in his aura at the time of his meditation, Those in his immediate environment, ThosePatanjali, 279:and its Results 19. Through concentrated meditation, the thought images in the minds of otherPatanjali, 279:may be attuned to him or not; through intense meditation and the use of the will faculty thoughtPatanjali, 280:he sees only the thought and not the object. His meditation excludes the tangible. All that he isPatanjali, 280:the tangible. All that he is "awake" to in his meditation is thought substance, his own chitta (orPatanjali, 280:current which is perceived through concentrated meditation. The form which will be ultimatelyPatanjali, 280:achieved and its Results 21. By concentrated meditation upon the distinction between form and body,Patanjali, 281:sheath. The yogi, through concentration and meditation, has acquired the power to center hisPatanjali, 284:as the result of concentrated and one pointed meditation, and hence is impossible to the man whoPatanjali, 284:karma or future karma. By perfectly concentrated meditation on these, the yogi knows the term ofPatanjali, 285:that the day of liberation is at hand. Through meditation and ability to function as the ego he canPatanjali, 286:with others is to be gained through one-pointed meditation upon the three states of feeling -Patanjali, 289:into full activity in the three worlds through meditation. Patanjali, 289:- Book 3 - Union achieved and its Results 24. Meditation, one-pointedly centered upon the power ofPatanjali, 289:its usual interpretation has given the idea that meditation upon the elephant will give thePatanjali, 289:Many commentators infer from these words, that meditation upon other animals will give theirPatanjali, 290:the animal nature carried upward into heaven. By meditation upon this "elephant force," the powerPatanjali, 291:[291] however, that these forms of one-pointed meditation are only permitted after the eight meansPatanjali, 291:and its Results 25. Perfectly concentrated meditation upon the awakened light will produce thePatanjali, 293:heart opens and reveals the love of God, through meditation a synchronous unfoldment takes placePatanjali, 294:between the eyebrows. 3. Through a knowledge of meditation. Through meditation, which is thePatanjali, 294:3. Through a knowledge of meditation. Through meditation, which is the exemplification of the basicPatanjali, 295:the aspirant desires are brought about. Through meditation, the heart center, which in undevelopedPatanjali, 296:below." [296] 4. Through perfectly concentrated meditation in the head. This carries onPatanjali, 297:3 - Union achieved and its Results 26. Through meditation, one-pointedly fixed upon the sun, willPatanjali, 297:those of modern occultism. "By constant steady meditation upon the emanating cause of our solarPatanjali, 301:principle;" in other words, perfect one-pointed meditation. By meditation upon the door of the sunPatanjali, 301:other words, perfect one-pointed meditation. By meditation upon the door of the sun full knowledgePatanjali, 302:of all lunar forms arises through one-pointed meditation upon the moon. There are two translationsPatanjali, 308:as to the condition of the body comes through meditation upon this center. The reason is this: whenPatanjali, 310:of the nature of the throat center and a steady meditation upon it, the yogi can arrest the pangsPatanjali, 313:the head. This power is developed in one-pointed meditation. This is a paraphrase of a very generalPatanjali, 315:on the space between the eyebrows. By Samyama, (meditation) on this light the class of beingsPatanjali, 317:come with increasing frequency as the habit of meditation is cultivated and persist forPatanjali, 318:of the mind-consciousness comes from one-pointed meditation upon the heart center. The sons of menPatanjali, 319:shines there. Similarly through concentrated meditation upon the heart, knowledge of the secondPatanjali, 320:use (and experience) of the spiritual man. By meditation upon this, arises the intuitive perceptionPatanjali, 321:what one is, and one accomplishes this through meditation on the intelligent soul, the middlePatanjali, 322:Results 36. As the result of this experience and meditation, the higher hearing, touch, sight,Patanjali, 322:producing intuitional knowledge. Through meditation the aspirant becomes aware of the counterpartsPatanjali, 323:of progress and a sign that his practice of meditation is beginning to take effect. It might provePatanjali, 333:and its Results 41. By the means of one-pointed meditation upon the relationship between the akashaPatanjali, 338:grows, and as, through perfectly concentrated meditation, the spiritual man comes into morePatanjali, 338:achieved and its Results 42. By one-pointed meditation upon the relationship existing between thePatanjali, 339:to him which will, through concentrated meditation give him the freedom of the heavens and thePatanjali, 341:- Union achieved and its Results 44. One-pointed meditation upon the five forms which every elementPatanjali, 344:eventual fruition. When, through concentrated meditation upon the five distinctive forms of all thePatanjali, 350:the senses is brought about through concentrated meditation upon their nature, peculiar attributes,Patanjali, 353:been considering the many results of [353] the meditation process when carried forward toPatanjali, 363:we are told here, can be gained by concentrated meditation upon time and its units. It might bePatanjali, 364:would wisely turn to other forms of concentrated meditation. Patanjali, 369:by drugs, words of power, intense desire or by meditation. 2. The transfer of the consciousnessPatanjali, 369:assumes, only that which is the result of meditation is free from latent karma. 7. The activitiesPatanjali, 369:by drugs, words of power, intense desire or by meditation. We have now come to the fourth book inPatanjali, 379:buddhic plane, the sphere of spiritual love. 5. Meditation The method of the atmic plane, thePatanjali, 379:a sublimation of astral or emotional desire, so meditation, as practised by the initiates, is thePatanjali, 380:after truth) incarnation, intense desire and meditation are the three permissible methods, and thePatanjali, 381:by intense desire (or fervent aspiration) and by meditation has been covered in the other books andPatanjali, 383:prana or life-breath, Steadiness of the mind, Meditation upon light, Purification of the lowerPatanjali, 384:are eliminated by: An opposing mental attitude, Meditation, The cultivation of right thought. TheyPatanjali, 384:of the life force, abstraction, attention, meditation and contemplation. (See Book II. Sutras 29 toPatanjali, 384:of the life force, abstraction, attention, meditation and contemplation. It might be noted,Patanjali, 388:assumes, only that which is the result of meditation is free from latent karma. Forms are thePatanjali, 388:latent karma. Forms are the result of desire. Meditation of the right kind is a purely mentalPatanjali, 388:the result of an outward-going urge or tendency. Meditation is the result of an inward-turningPatanjali, 388:the love or desire nature of the conscious one; meditation is a producer of effects and relates toPatanjali, 388:governs the relation of form-consciousness. The meditation process, when rightly understood andPatanjali, 388:tendencies. Thus he stands at the moment of pure meditation free from that aspect of karma whichPatanjali, 388:affects no substance. When this concentrated meditation becomes a habit and is the normal dailyPatanjali, 389:He dwells on the plane of mind, persists in meditation, creates by an act of will and not throughPatanjali, 389:of yoga and have experienced the effects of meditation, detailed in Book III. The yogi is now aPatanjali, 392:resort to the means of improvement, of study and meditation. This is dependent upon the mind alone.Patanjali, 392:on the one hand and to spirit on the other. Meditation, or mind control and thus the creation ofPatanjali, 409:statement which is the key to effective and safe meditation work. The one who meditates is thePatanjali, 409:Much of the work done under the name of meditation is dangerous and useless, because that which
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