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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - MEMORY
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Patanjaliknowledge, fancy, passivity (sleep) and memory. 7. The basis of correct knowledge is correctPatanjali(or upon the non-perception of the senses.) 11. Memory is the holding on to that which has beenPatanjalipure Spirit through belief, followed by energy, memory, meditation and right perception. 21. ThePatanjalijudicial reasoning is arrived at when the memory no longer holds control, the word and the objectPatanjali, 15:knowledge, fancy, passivity (sleep) and memory. There exists a vast field of knowledge which thePatanjali, 16:within the mental aura, through the use of the memory. Each of these is now dealt with in aPatanjali, 23:of Patanjali - Book 1 - The Problem of Union 11. Memory is the holding on to that which has beenPatanjali, 23:holding on to that which has been known. This memory concerns several groups of realizations,Patanjali, 24:gratification. This remains equally true of the memory of a gluttonous man, for instance, and hisPatanjali, 24:latent image of a satisfactory dinner, and the memory of the orthodox saint, based upon his picturePatanjali, 24:upon his picture making of a joyous heaven. That memory activity which is the result of mentalPatanjali, 24:interest. All the various contacts which the memory holds and recognizes as emanating from the fivePatanjali, 24:perceptions. Those mental images, latent in the memory making faculty, which are the total of thePatanjali, 24:mind as a sixth sense. All these forms of the memory faculty have to be dropped and no longer held;Patanjali, 25:to enumerate more intricate subdivisions) memory includes also the accumulated experiences gainedPatanjali, 38:pure spirit through belief, followed by energy, memory, meditation and right perception. In thePatanjali, 40:will bring the goal nearer and make theory fact. Memory, or right mindfulness. This is anPatanjali, 41:to the brain of the physical man. This is the memory referred to here. It does not refer soPatanjali, 86:involves certain mental states such as: Memory of things as they have been known, as states ofPatanjali, 97:judicial reasoning is arrived at when the memory no longer holds control, the word and the objectPatanjali, 97:the mind consciousness through recollection or memory) is no longer considered, and the word whichPatanjali, 173:with the present condition is based upon a dim memory of a time of satisfaction and of bliss. ThisPatanjali, 175:but the fears of the mind, based upon memory, imagination and anticipation, and the power toPatanjali, 278:Through the instinctual life. This is based on memory, on acquired faculty and capacity and on thePatanjali, 369:9. There is identity of relation between memory and the effect-producing cause, even when separatedPatanjali, 369:of knowers must be inferred, and the sequence of memory reactions would tend to infinite confusion.Patanjali, 394:9. There is identity of relation between memory and effect producing cause, even when separated byPatanjali, 394:how many millenia of years may have elapsed, the memory remains with the ego or soul. In due time,Patanjali, 414:of knowers must be inferred, and the sequence of memory reactions would tend to infinite confusion.Problems, 37:to his fellowmen is systematically ignored; his memory is developed through the impartation ofProblems, 50:as well as the clusters of artists whose memory is perpetuated in the Italian School, the Dutch andProblems, 54:impartation of facts and the crude process of memory training which has been distinctive of pastProblems, 58:now usually the case - with the training of the memory and the parrot like recording of facts andPsychology1, 68:follows: The Keeper of the Records The Lord of Memory The Unifier of the lower Four The InterpreterPsychology1, 79:unhealthy mental appetite. The stocking of the memory with occult detail which serves no usefulPsychology1, 250:aspects of the lower mind - anticipation, memory, imagination, the power to visualize, remorse, andPsychology1, 294:in mind control, as well as training his memory to the impartation of information. The processes byPsychology2, 408:the brain cells or to deal with the evocation of memory, and when they cease to regard the brainPsychology2, 648:free from the ancient hatreds, relinquishing the memory of the old mistakes in policy, judgment andRays, 20:move. Let there be no recollection and yet let memory rule. Work from the point of all that isRays, 48:move. Let there be no recollection and yet let memory rule. Work from the point of all that isRays, 66:Let there be no recollection and yet let memory rule. This is not a contradictory statement.Rays, 66:establishes what might be called unconscious memory, and this memory rules without any effort atRays, 66:might be called unconscious memory, and this memory rules without any effort at recollection. TheRays, 66:He has the habit - based on divine instinctual memory - of right activity, right understanding andRays, 128:of the form nature and hold is to Them only a memory of a distant battle ground where the victoryRays, 459:within itself all knowledge as well as the egoic memory. This lower concrete mind is related to theRays, 506:and the causal body disappears. The sum total of memory, [507] quality and acquirements is thenRays, 558:here to enumerate the rays, and thus refresh the memory of the neophyte: Rays of Aspect: The Ray ofReappearance, 117:past - preserved in the records of nature in the memory of universal substance." The whole story -Soul, 23:into the discard - along [23] with 'mind' and 'memory.' Human behavior then will be on a scientificSoul, 23:specific exhibitions of learned behavior, and 'memory' to the calling out of some part of theSoul, 47:pituitary, has also close connection with the memory. "...the pituitary seems to be related toSoul, 47:seems to be related to preservation of the memory deposit... The thyroid memory appliesSoul, 47:of the memory deposit... The thyroid memory applies particularly to perception and precepts, theSoul, 86:the understanding; and the fourth was sacred to memory, because it was commodiously situated as aSoul, 88:of the soul, such as mentality, vitality, memory, etc., to different parts of the brain. Vieussens
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