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

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Patanjali, 409:them negative, quiescent and receptive. True meditation, however, concerns the soul and the mind;Patanjali, 417:through the practise of concentration [417] and meditation, becomes the reflector of "that which isPatanjali, 420:mind, rather than as a separative reaction. All meditation work, all moments of reflection, allPatanjali, 424:the old moments of joy and bliss, experienced in meditation, [425] have gone. The system nowPatanjali, ix:centers, brought about through various types of meditation practices and breathing exercises, is,Problems, 156:work of the Christ and upon the techniques of meditation whereby soul-awareness (or theProblems, 157:be achieved. Prayer has been [157] expanded into meditation; desire has been lifted into mentalProblems, 157:disturbed the intelligent; the vagueness of the meditation, taught and practiced in the East and inProblems, 159:those who have trained their minds through right meditation, who know the potency of formulas,Problems, 159:This new religious science for which prayer, meditation and ritual have prepared humanity willProblems, 160:have employed more generally the method of meditation in order to arrive at knowledge of God, toProblems, 160:of truth. These two methods of prayer and of meditation have brought humanity to the variousProblems, 161:through the medium of prayer. But in prayer, meditation and worship there is undoubtedly an energyProblems, 161:the desired response in some form or another. Meditation is also an energy, setting in motionProblems, 161:or revelation. To these three - Prayer, Meditation and Worship - must now be added consciousPsychology1, xx:work and modes of procedure. Letters on Occult Meditation indicated how these teachers could bePsychology1, 7:This is an occult fact worthy of [7] the deepest meditation. In their turn they differentiate intoPsychology1, 11:and if they (in their individual and daily meditation) keep focused or oriented towards that whichPsychology1, 60:the purpose and the Plan. They are "ever in deep meditation," and have reached the point where,Psychology1, 83:the mass of mystical and Oriental literature on meditation and allied topics which has flooded thePsychology1, 95:- the ordained representative. When men, through meditation and group service, have developed anPsychology1, 100:rapid progress towards knowledge. When, through meditation, experiment is made to producePsychology1, 111:to closer study of the life-essentials, and to meditation. What is taught should matter. ThePsychology1, 112:(developed and brought to usefulness through meditation) take that aspect of the teaching whichPsychology1, 193:propositions warrant careful thought and even meditation, for as they express the laws under whichPsychology1, 196:the occultists upon the use of a seed thought in meditation. These seed thoughts and virtues servePsychology1, 210:of approaching the Path would be by prayer and meditation, aiming at union with God. Psychology1, 236:the five kingdoms in nature: [236] "One-pointed meditation upon the five forms which every elementPsychology1, 236:be found as we study the words: "By one-pointed meditation upon the relationship existing betweenPsychology1, 290:The other, the head center, is awakened through meditation, service and aspiration, and it isPsychology1, 374:to this concept, and the scientific basis of all meditation work is really to be found in thisPsychology1, 375:present time. Through the scientific ritual of meditation (for that is what it really is) thisPsychology1, 375:ritual of the solar system is the result of the meditation of God and the act of divine service,Psychology1, 425:Agency: Touch. Quality: Rajas or activity. [425] Meditation and the Kingdoms "One-pointedPsychology1, 425:[425] Meditation and the Kingdoms "One-pointed meditation upon the five forms which every elementPsychology2, 16:developed. This fact merits the deep study and meditation [17] of all disciples. As the three raysPsychology2, 71:plane (and this is the prime intent of the meditation work) he starts working in mental matter andPsychology2, 72:is the illumined bridge. It is built through meditation; it is constructed through the constantPsychology2, 72:requires directed occult (but not aspirational) meditation. It requires a trained intelligence, soPsychology2, 112:race. Just as certain human beings have, through meditation, discipline and service, mostPsychology2, 117:alive and intensely active, through service and meditation and right aspiration. A line of contactPsychology2, 118:fact that the result of all contact achieved in meditation and the measure of our success, will bePsychology2, 118:aspiration to realization are The science of Meditation, the coming science of the mind. ThePsychology2, 135:will occur will be a deepening of the life of meditation, and a more frequent illumining of thePsychology2, 146:when we have a clearer vision of the goal of meditation, and learn to preserve, during the day, thePsychology2, 158:told that the following of a prescribed form of meditation, the practicing of a definite formula ofPsychology2, 160:forward during the contemplative stage of meditation." This statement is relatively simple to graspPsychology2, 164:Third ray force The Law of Expansive Response 7. Meditation Right use of the mind Fifth ray forcePsychology2, 164:The Law of the Lower Four "The soul is in deep meditation" 8. Result Contemplation CompletePsychology2, 181:group unity will have its roots in group meditation, or in the contemplative life (in which thePsychology2, 182:and constant, loving, living service. Group Meditation. These groups will eventually be grounded inPsychology2, 183:groups mentioned previously in Letters on Occult Meditation, will be found among the emerging NewPsychology2, 195:to the mind. We have here a definition of the meditation process as it should be followed by thosePsychology2, 241:given as to the true and future purpose of group meditation. More on this subject is not possible. Psychology2, 249:upon these three requirements - endurance, meditation, and imagination - he will develop in himselfPsychology2, 249:task, therefore, of the artist is alignment, meditation and the focusing of his attention upon thePsychology2, 274:could learn to appreciate the fact that when "in meditation deep" a certain sudden and recognizedPsychology2, 275:light and a fresh spirit of enterprise into the meditation work of the aspirant. Just as the SoulPsychology2, 288:be later discussed. Some simple yet powerful meditation formulas will be given, which can be usedPsychology2, 356:to enlarge, beyond pointing out that all the meditation processes connected with the Raja-YogaPsychology2, 356:and to use them with efficacy and power. His meditation has produced the needed alignment. There isPsychology2, 360:the true alignment. This is the quiet not of meditation but of living. The aspirant upon the thirdPsychology2, 362:and that this is achieved through discipline, meditation, and service. These techniques ofPsychology2, 386:from the illumination achieved through ordinary meditation and about which much has been written inPsychology2, 392:it in an active capable manner. The result of meditation upon this theme will be: A definitePsychology2, 393:merged with the soul and that soul, in meditation, decides, plans and works. He functions as thePsychology2, 393:the physical plane. This particular technique of meditation involves the use of the head center,Psychology2, 393:Reason, which is the theme for the initiatory meditation of the second ray disciple, produces thatPsychology2, 394:how, in all these three keynotes for advanced meditation, there is the calling of the disciple'sPsychology2, 395:a man begins to use these three seed thoughts in meditation. The living structure as it expressesPsychology2, 395:for the aspirant to take these words into his meditation and profit greatly thereby, for he will bePsychology2, 396:entire human family. The results of using this meditation on the synthetic detail of the manifestedPsychology2, 396:meaning of the word "attribute". This third ray meditation concerns itself essentially withPsychology2, 397:usage), and these are the theme of this higher meditation. Only those who have freed themselvesPsychology2, 399:advanced meditations. The result of using this meditation on the presented attributes will be: ThePsychology2, 399:to man. Just as, symbolically speaking, the meditation on Inclusive Reason opens the way to thePsychology2, 399:opens the way to the "heart of the Sun", so this meditation brings in certain agencies and forcesPsychology2, 448:of them good - which the growing practice of meditation is bringing about in the world [449] ofPsychology2, 449:aspiration and of applied occult or intellectual meditation (in contradistinction to the mysticalPsychology2, 454:Those problems which arise out of meditation processes, which have successfully brought aboutPsychology2, 463:Problems of Psychology Problems arising from Meditation, and its Result: Illumination I would likePsychology2, 463:of all to point out that when I use the word meditation in this place I am using it in only one ofPsychology2, 463:and anti-social living, is also a form of meditation, but it is meditation carried forward entirelyPsychology2, 463:living, is also a form of meditation, but it is meditation carried forward entirely within thePsychology2, 463:towards the brain, via the desire nature. The meditation to which we shall refer in this part ofPsychology2, 464:Many things are inducing this turning towards meditation. Sometimes it is the force of economicPsychology2, 464:concentration is one of the first steps in the meditation process; sometimes it is brought aboutPsychology2, 464:a touch of vision, they become students of true meditation (either mystical or occult) the factPsychology2, 465:of the concentration, with the theme of the meditation, I will not deal, for I am considering herePsychology2, 465:Suffice it to say, that the man's efforts in meditation have opened a door through which he canPsychology2, 466:he has undergone as the result of successful meditation need not be along the line of recognizedPsychology2, 468:induced by the illumination of the mind through meditation with which it might be profitable toPsychology2, 469:of difficulty in terms of the aspirant who, in meditation, comes into touch with the influences ofPsychology2, 470:judgment. The light that can be contacted in meditation has revealed a level of mental phenomenaPsychology2, 474:stimulation by the mind (itself stimulated in meditation) as it turns downward on to the astralPsychology2, 484:is held out as an inducement to work or to meditation practice, and some day the aspirant is led toPsychology2, 486:individuals who are practicing various forms of meditation and of yoga. This is true both ofPsychology2, 491:well know, from a man's own soul when through meditation, discipline and service, he hasPsychology2, 506:frequent appearance of these two in the life of meditation and the dream life of the worldPsychology2, 509:in the hours of sleep and also during the meditation period or process. Only the man himself, from
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