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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - MENTAL
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Atom, 27:our own thoughts and to manipulate our own mental processes; we must learn to know what we thinkAtom, 44:him into activity of a physical, emotional, or mental nature. Everywhere are to be found centers ofAtom, 64:constitute his physical, his emotional, and his mental bodies. He energizes his threefold form,Atom, 73:the medium of a physical, an emotional, and a mental nature, so He expresses Himself through theAtom, 79:of influence the matter of his various bodies, mental, emotional, and physical, in exactly the sameAtom, 106:is the fashion; and yet, [106] in spite of this mental attitude, our whole attention is focusedAtom, 109:kingdom of God within themselves, and through Mental Science, New Thought, and the study ofAtom, 114:bring down from [114] the higher levels of the mental plane results which benefit the group. WhenAtom, 114:and not swayed by desire, when we have mental bodies that are our instruments and not our masters,Atom, 115:we become more aware of our environment, and our mental content is increased, it is an initiationAtom, 116:we make to gain self-control and to equip our mental body, is ever lost; it is all something whichAtom, 127:death. Very few human beings can function on the mental plane in fully awakened consciousness, andAtom, 127:realization, upon the physical, emotional, and mental planes. This is the great achievement [128]Atom, 137:three planes of being - physical, emotional, and mental - which will enable us to live as does theAtom, 147:atoms that constitute the different bodies, mental, emotional, and physical; that we manifest, thatAutobiography, 22:should naturally and normally precede the mental approach and the power to know. Surely spiritualAutobiography, 23:lives of experience, which indicated that the mental side of their nature should receive attention.Autobiography, 35:any one for fear that they would class me as a "mental case" and one who would have to be carefullyAutobiography, 38:by those who have not the experience and the mental and spiritual orientation required, that trueAutobiography, 59:who did not? I loved her for her beauty, for her mental strength, for her knowledge of the Bible,Autobiography, 80:done to handle the men from the angle of their mental problems. These are only some of theAutobiography, 81:episodes in my life began to assume engrossing mental proportions. Their implications nagged at meAutobiography, 86:But beyond this one unalterable fact, the whole mental [87] fabric of my life and my attitudeAutobiography, 99:and the victims were usually people of good mental balance and brain power. He was wise enough toAutobiography, 101:unaffected. I was entering a period of great mental distress; I was to be faced with situationsAutobiography, 106:met a girl of my own race who could give me the mental companionship I wanted. No, I have neverAutobiography, 168:trouble. I can and do preserve my [168] own mental integrity all the time and I can always argueAutobiography, 179:the Lord's Prayer. To me, also, meditation is a mental process whereby one can acquire clearAutobiography, 182:they could regulate their thinking and learn mental concentration and spiritual orientation whilstAutobiography, 196:path and that our emphasis was impersonality and mental development. I added that we made our workAutobiography, 196:really work hard and who showed signs of true mental culture. I told him that we dropped hundredsAutobiography, 196:perceptive person is less important than the mental type is another thing that has bewildered me.Autobiography, 196:widening their horizon and in increasing their mental perception it is up to them to work it out inAutobiography, 229:level and emphasizing the necessity for some mental focus and development, if the more advancedAutobiography, 256:world work with a growing influence, requires a mental polarization, a heart development and aAutobiography, 259:has previously been written on the subject. The mental faculty or body must therefore be large andAutobiography, 262:the consequent manifestation of God, bring much mental stimulation and mental unfoldment butAutobiography, 262:of God, bring much mental stimulation and mental unfoldment but frequently little realAutobiography, 263:appear in response to man's demand and when his mental development requires them. The next seventyAutobiography, 264:world, the world of the emotions and the mental world. They are definitely for neophytes upon theAutobiography, 265:deal with the world of occult values and will be mental in nature, laying the emphasis upon knowingAutobiography, 268:intuitively perceived and then subjected to the mental analysis and interpretation of the disciple.Autobiography, 269:and not that of the teacher and the group. Mental development is emphasized in order that theAutobiography, 269:and in possession of a rich, well-organized mental equipment. The head and the heart are regardedAutobiography, 269:the physical world, nor the emotional and mental worlds are to him the major sphere of hisAutobiography, 275:of the astral body, of the etheric body and the mental body are now dealt with in our universities,Autobiography, 275:automatically when the inner man - emotional and mental - is en rapport with the spiritual worldAutobiography, 282:emphasis is laid upon spiritual living, upon the mental grasp of the occult teaching and upon thoseAutobiography, 282:work is planned in such a way that those whose mental equipment and spiritual aspiration areAutobiography, 283:at least a willingness to develop and use their mental processes. The need of the more emotionalAutobiography, 285:to modern conditions and to the more advanced mental comprehension of the modern aspirant. [286] WeAutobiography, 288:fact. Today, the appeal of these truths must be mental and scientifically based and not simplyAutobiography, 293:a whole; they should be active in spiritual and mental realms. If the physical plane and itsAutobiography, 293:and of occult study. The man whose fixed mental belief is that "the souls of men are One" will findAutobiography, 301:generally limiting sidetracks. She insisted on mental freedom, mental polarization and theAutobiography, 301:sidetracks. She insisted on mental freedom, mental polarization and the acquiring of a trained mindBethlehem, 3:powers and upon their independence of ancient mental trammels and of old and dusty traditions? AsBethlehem, 10:psychical states or emotional conditions, and of mental or thought reactions. He is now ready toBethlehem, 24:must be added an intelligent understanding and a mental unfoldment which will lead to a sane andBethlehem, 26:they have not laid the needed emphasis upon that mental illumination which perforce lights the wayBethlehem, 26:and of self-discipline. It is the way of mental illumination and intuitive perception. InitiationBethlehem, 73:three parts of a man - physical, emotional and mental - have to be offered in sacrifice, worshipBethlehem, 83:time, the personality - physical, emotional and mental - is fused into one living whole. The VirginBethlehem, 95:to perfection the physical, emotional and mental aspects of man, and demonstrated therefore theBethlehem, 97:purity, which is a rare thing to find, and mental purity. The word "purity" comes from the SanskritBethlehem, 99:must precede in time the purification of the mental nature, just as in the evolution of the raceBethlehem, 100:mind. By means of it, the disciple can bring the mental life under control and dedicate it to theBethlehem, 110:threefold lower man - physical, emotional and mental - into one last effort to control the Son ofBethlehem, 113:temptations, and liberated from the sins of the mental processes. Such is [114] the will of God forBethlehem, 116:the emotional-desire nature, and the mind or mental nature. We read that: "When he had fasted fortyBethlehem, 119:aspirants to the mysteries. "Illusion" is more mental in its impact. It concerns the ideas wherebyBethlehem, 141:triple human nature - physical, emotional and mental - reaches a point of possible synthesis. HeBethlehem, 153:all testify. Bildad the Shuhite represents the mental nature, the mind, signifying as he doesBethlehem, 153:and sorrow, involving memory, are the result of mental activity. Thus, in Job's three friends theBethlehem, 154:is in itself a very good description of the mental nature. Arjuna, in The Bhagavad Gita VI, 33, 34,Bethlehem, 155:nature typified, because it is only when the mental aspect begins to manifest that we have theBethlehem, 191:systems and the general high level of mental awareness - men have reached the point where theBethlehem, 192:qualities manifesting - physical, psychic and mental - which distinguish the human animal. HeBethlehem, 192:give. The age of Christianity has been an age of mental unfoldment. It has been an age also whereinBethlehem, 193:and distinguish; and so with the [193] advent of mental development there has been, for a longBethlehem, 222:Words of the physical, the emotional, and the mental planes, whereon man habitually lives. TheBethlehem, 243:the body, with its psychical faculties and its mental processes. This therefore can be narrowedBethlehem, 244:and vagueness, with their base in fear, in mental inertia, and in confused thinking. The followingBethlehem, 247:relatively worthless; the sum total of moods and mental reactions to which we now submit is of noBethlehem, 249:through the process of death itself, or in a mental acceptance of the death of Jesus, which heBethlehem, 259:the personality of man - physical, emotional and mental - had been carried forward to a definiteBethlehem, 265:and lead people forward. They seek to guide by mental processes and enforcements, and not by thatBethlehem, 278:of humanity and of the objective world. This mental attitude, however, involves a doubleBethlehem, 283:extra effort towards unselfishness, and that mental push towards clarity of thought, which willDestiny, 4:and men respond to them according to their mental and spiritual development, and so do nations andDestiny, 19:anchored their emotions, their desire, and their mental perceptions. They fail, as yet, to see theDestiny, 23:impulse. You cannot grasp or view these great mental trends as does the Hierarchy. Hence much ofDestiny, 26:present conditions and civilization, plus the mental concern, the terror of marching armies, theDestiny, 32:everywhere down the ages has always produced the mental guides, the directors and the leaders ofDestiny, 37:they are working predominantly through the mental principle, we find the susceptibility of theDestiny, 37:susceptibility of the untrained masses to this mental imposition and the facility with which theyDestiny, 40:as simply expressions of perhaps needed mental gymnastics and as incentives to thought, but they doDestiny, 45:would concentrate on the intelligent and mental psychics and rule out all trance conditions itDestiny, 47:by the brain consciousness, of the need for mental [48] and spiritual control, as the first step.Destiny, 48:control, as the first step. The world of mental unfoldment. The world of the soul or ego, the
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