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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - MENTAL
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Patanjali, 65:the "vesture of consciousness" which we call the mental body. The majority of men have as yet toPatanjali, 65:that vesture which occult students call the mental body. From among those who are so doing, thePatanjali, 65:and is also dependent upon a certain amount of mental development. Some translators call thisPatanjali, 65:the real man with that illusory instrument, his mental body. This leads him to question the eternalPatanjali, 66:"light-mindedness." It is really that versatile mental attitude which makes one-pointedness andPatanjali, 66:languor or laziness. This refers not so much to mental inertia (for it may accompany acute mentalPatanjali, 66:to mental inertia (for it may accompany acute mental perception) as to that slothfulness of thePatanjali, 68:Symbolic vision. This is a faculty of the mental body and the factor which produces the seeing ofPatanjali, 68:those dreams and visions which are the result of mental activity, and not of astral sight.Patanjali, 69:its possessor beyond the abstract levels of the mental plane. The things of pure spirit, and thePatanjali, 71:Despair is an effect of remorse, produced in the mental body and is itself a characteristic of whatPatanjali, 71:of what may be called "the unregenerated mental" nature. The aspirant has a perception of whatPatanjali, 71:is the main characteristic at this time of our mental Aryan race and is the cause of the aggressivePatanjali, 71:the educational processes (as they speed up the mental body) have been largely contributoryPatanjali, 72:allied activities) has been to stimulate the mental bodies of men. It is all part of the greatPatanjali, 73:disability Wholesome, sane living. (1.33.) 2. Mental inertia Control of the life force. (1.34.) 3.Patanjali, 74:body astral plane. 3. Lower Manas concrete mind mental body mental plane. 4. Higher Manas abstractPatanjali, 74:plane. 3. Lower Manas concrete mind mental body mental plane. 4. Higher Manas abstract mind egoicPatanjali, 74:plane. 4. Higher Manas abstract mind egoic body mental plane 5. Buddhi intuition buddhic bodyPatanjali, 84:sense nature. This results in a corresponding mental stability and in an ability to concentrate,Patanjali, 86:form of knowledge. Imagination involves certain mental states such as: Memory of things as theyPatanjali, 86:necessitates a high degree of control and of mental power and [87] where this is present leadsPatanjali, 93:reveal the serpent in the garden. That on the mental plane psychometry and symbology (includingPatanjali, 93:to arrive at an understanding of the lower mental levels. That only when these three are seen asPatanjali, 94:(or meaning) and the object, this is called the mental condition of judicial reasoning. In thisPatanjali, 94:employing the rationalizing judicial mind, the mental body with its concretizing faculty, and itsPatanjali, 97:of God, he reflects back into the quiescent mental body or mind that which he has seen, and thatPatanjali, 97:body or mind that which he has seen, and that mental body throws down the knowledge gained into thePatanjali, 108:identification and an erroneous set of values. Mental perception. Through the use of the mind thePatanjali, 108:is only when man is really beginning to use his mental body (and is not used by it) that hePatanjali, 109:of knowledge, so to speak, which is reached by mental and emotional energies, is a psychical state,Patanjali, 112:subtly known, can be overcome by an opposing mental attitude. 11. Their activities are to be donePatanjali, 123:which has reference to the capacity of the mental body to see back of a symbol or to touch thePatanjali, 126:of the astral body, and the seeds latent in the mental body. They are of three kinds in each case,Patanjali, 128:(the ahamkara principle) which animate the mental body. Thus the threefold personality is the fieldPatanjali, 130:this environment is triple (physical, astral and mental) and as he has three vehicles whereby hePatanjali, 133:physical body, The emotional or astral body, The mental body. 2. On the physical plane he has hisPatanjali, 138:to forms on three planes (physical, astral and mental) and has killed out all longing for the formsPatanjali, 139:of the higher self on the abstract levels of the mental plane gains in beauty, size and activityPatanjali, 139:subtly known, can be overcome by an opposing mental attitude. The words "subtly known" could bePatanjali, 140:set in to overcome them, doing the work from the mental plane. He has to gain control of thePatanjali, 142:through the meditation process. The "opposing mental attitude" referred to in the previous sutraPatanjali, 142:or the latent tendencies as they subsist in the mental body and in the body of desire. This mentalPatanjali, 142:the mental body and in the body of desire. This mental attitude has to become one of active mentalPatanjali, 142:This mental attitude has to become one of active mental meditation and one-pointed thought if thePatanjali, 142:and the result of long continued emotional and mental habits. Instinctively, from ancient practicePatanjali, 142:simultaneously. The steady opposition of the mental attitude deals with one; meditation whichPatanjali, 144:(or partially emotional and partially mental) in nature, for desire is potent in its effects andPatanjali, 145:holds true. The roots are found on the mental plane. The flowering forth into objectivity andPatanjali, 148:attribute of balance or rhythm distinguishes the mental vehicle. When the mental body is organizedPatanjali, 148:distinguishes the mental vehicle. When the mental body is organized and man is being directed byPatanjali, 150:of the lower nature. This will bring about a mental activity of such a nature that old tendencies,Patanjali, 161:out of the realm of objectivity, out of the mental, emotional and physical worlds into the [162]Patanjali, 162:in their myriad distinctions which crowd the mental world. Through these "presented ideas," thePatanjali, 163:his own lower nature, he can now, owing to the mental control achieved, arrive at the fifth stage:Patanjali, 165:has achieved full power over the mind and over mental substance or thought matter, he is freed fromPatanjali, 165:which are the result of these currents in the mental, astral and physical worlds no longer shut himPatanjali, 166:needed regulation of the physical, psychic and mental life. Patanjali, 167:"I want money." He identifies himself with the mental vehicle and regards himself as thinking thusPatanjali, 171:of the lower manifestation (physical, astral and mental man) and the real self, the cause of thePatanjali, 175:of the body of feeling, the astral. Fear. As the mental body develops and the modifications of thePatanjali, 176:feels that physical plane living, sentiency and mental processes have nothing to give and utterlyPatanjali, 179:quaternary (physical, etheric, astral and lower mental) received that twofold expression of spirit,Patanjali, 181:they refer to the physical, the astral, and the mental vehicles. This is often forgotten.Patanjali, 181:man, then to the emotional man and then to the mental man. The yogi, for instance, has toPatanjali, 182:towards his environment or his group, and his mental attitude towards ideas, thought currents andPatanjali, 183:sense contacts. The next two means relate to the mental body and the final one to the real man orPatanjali, 186:is likewise regarded as incontinence. III. Mental Nature 5. Abstention from avarice. This dealsPatanjali, 186:covetousness which is literally theft upon the mental plane. The sin of avarice may lead to anyPatanjali, 186:plane sins and is very powerful. It concerns mental force and is a generic term covering thosePatanjali, 186:the emotional or kamic (desire) body, but in the mental body also. This commandment to abstain fromPatanjali, 188:for there is a sense in which the astral and mental bodies can be kept cleansed from impuritiesPatanjali, 190:orientation of the emotional nature and the mental attitude which enables a man to "count allPatanjali, 190:an idea or thought and this concerns the mental plane. This will be dealt with later in Book III.Patanjali, 197:to abstention from theft on the emotional or mental planes. The aspirant takes nothing; [198]Patanjali, 200:incontinence, the yogi becomes a creator on the mental plane through the use of the word and ofPatanjali, 202:the etheric body, the emotional body and the mental body) through which man contacts the threePatanjali, 202:purity astral vehicle emotional purity, d. Mental purity mental vehicle purity of the concretePatanjali, 202:vehicle emotional purity, d. Mental purity mental vehicle purity of the concrete mind. It should bePatanjali, 205:vehicle, 3. Concentration The lower mind or the mental body, 4. Ability to see the self ThePatanjali, 205:intellectual perception of the ideal on the mental plane. Pure desire, freed from love of form onPatanjali, 206:turmoil, but eventual quietness. In the mental body, the effect of purification is the developmentPatanjali, 209:purification of his physical, emotional and mental [210] nature, proceeds as desired. When this isPatanjali, 212:out of the head or brain into the mind or mental body. In this transfer, the brain remains keenlyPatanjali, 212:Transfer of the consciousness from out of the mental body into that of the ego, the soul, lodged inPatanjali, 212:about a condition in which the brain, the mental body and the egoic body form a coherent quiescentPatanjali, 214:with Raja Yoga plus bhakti yoga - he should be a mental devotee. The Lemurian disciple learned toPatanjali, 214:through bhakti yoga, with aspiration towards mental control. [215] The Aryan disciple has to learnPatanjali, 215:The Aryan disciple has to learn to control the mental body and devote it to the service of IshvaraPatanjali, 216:senses, or to the voice of the ego, using the mental body. Vibrations reach the astral body fromPatanjali, 216:astral body from the physical plane and from the mental world, and according to the nature of thePatanjali, 217:idea lies latent. The physical plane and the mental plane are emphasized and it is brought out thatPatanjali, 217:on the physical plane and one pointedness on the mental plane are attained, then the pairs ofPatanjali, 220:but disciples receive force also from the mental and egoic levels. Patanjali, 230:The psychic nature is thereby subjugated and the mental plane becomes the field of man's activity.Patanjali, 230:dormant, and man's perception becomes simply mental and the brain consciousness is all that isPatanjali, 231:plane. A still further withdrawal into the mental body or the mind so that neither the physical norPatanjali, 234:the chitta (or mind stuff). 9. The sequence of mental states is as follows: the mind reacts to thatPatanjali, 244:logical reasoning about it, The extension of the mental concepts which have been formed from thePatanjali, 245:them into the content of the personal life, Mental concepts or those ideas which embody the ideals
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