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

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Autobiography, 249:appeal. This should be constantly borne in mind. The accepted disciples of a Master who arrive atAutobiography, 270:through a conscious, directed use of the trained mind, of his controlled emotional nature and hisAutobiography, 271:planned organization takes shape in [271] his mind. He is simply anxious to meet the surroundingAutobiography, 275:of the human being, his emotional nature and the mind. The belief in the Masters was a closelyAutobiography, 277:correctly by means of his trained and illumined mind; he learns to distinguish between that whichAutobiography, 277:the disciple is taught the right use of the mind, right control of thought and right interpretationAutobiography, 279:Given these, plus a sense of humor, an open mind and no fanaticism, the disciple will have rapidAutobiography, 281:of aspirants, to the unfoldment of the human mind, and the development, consequently, of humanAutobiography, 282:entails a loving heart and a keen, alert mind. The loving heart has always been emphasized, plusAutobiography, 282:and necessity, but a keen, alert and trained mind is of equal importance. The Masters reach theAutobiography, 284:of emotional states and feeling, and the mind. These various aspects are often unrelated to eachAutobiography, 284:emotional nature dominates all the others, the mind having little opportunity to make its presenceAutobiography, 284:of balance or equilibrium is attained, when the mind, the emotional nature and the vital, physicalAutobiography, 284:integration or at the task of developing the mind so that it may effectively control the emotionalAutobiography, 284:obedience is a spontaneous reaction of the mind to the imposition of the desires or will of theAutobiography, 292:the concepts and acceptances of the conscious mind of the student do not, in reality, interfereAutobiography, 292:his soul. We only ask that he keep an open mind and cultivate a willingness to see life and worldAutobiography, 301:and has always persistently worked with this in mind. Among other things this effort is exemplifiedAutobiography, 301:polarization and the acquiring of a trained mind well equipped to deal intelligently and in aAutobiography, 303:working and serving than the ordinary finite mind could at that time have possibly reasonablyBethlehem, 5:it difficult for the steadily developing [5] mind of man to accept its presentation. Yet St.Bethlehem, 14:to fulfil. It is interesting also to bear in mind that these two outstanding Individualities, theBethlehem, 16:Through the practice of discrimination the mind learns to select the good, the beautiful and theBethlehem, 20:wisdom. Through the lens of the illumined mind man will shortly see aspects of divinity hithertoBethlehem, 23:world are facing the Transfiguration initiation. Mind control and right orientation towards theBethlehem, 24:love of God is broader than the measure of man's mind, and the heart of the Eternal is mostBethlehem, 24:of one's heart, but the keenest decisions of the mind. [25] Bethlehem, 27:by the indwelling divine soul and the mind and brain of the man in physical life. These expansionsBethlehem, that i:law in my members, warring against the law of my mind, and bringing me into captivity to the law ofBethlehem, 38:of externality 'come alive' by centering in mind. And when we speak of the soul as a willBethlehem, 39:Two thoughts must therefore be borne in mind by all of us at this time if we are not to beBethlehem, 45:at this time faces so many, it must be borne in mind that: "At the first great Initiation theBethlehem, 47:of that work were only later made clear to His mind. He simply recognized a Plan, and to that PlanBethlehem, 50:in the universe; and the essential nature of mind forces it always in some degree to traverse thisBethlehem, 57:pictured yet living truth, when grasped by the mind and understood by the heart, will enable eachBethlehem, 66:gathered up into the clouds of Heaven, comes to mind. Such is the assumption of the Virgin intoBethlehem, 69:Bethlehem. It is interesting also to bear in mind that asses are definitely associated with theBethlehem, 73:also that mysterious something which we call a mind. These three parts of a man - physical,Bethlehem, 73:of God. Myrrh or bitterness relates to the mind. It is through the mind that we suffer as humanBethlehem, 73:relates to the mind. It is through the mind that we suffer as human beings, and the further theBethlehem, 73:the further the race progresses and the more the mind develops, the greater seems the capacity forBethlehem, 73:offer to God that rare and wonderful gift of a mind made wise through pain, and a heart made kindBethlehem, 75:by the Christ-soul. This took place in the inner mind (the temple) and corresponded to an awakeningBethlehem, 76:of this mission slowly dawned upon His young mind and He began, as all truly initiate sons of GodBethlehem, 79:regularly in the secret temple of a man's own mind. Secondly, that much can be done if people wouldBethlehem, 88:the physical body, the emotional nature, and the mind. These three compose the form side of man,Bethlehem, 88:of the soul. It is interesting to bear in mind that through these three aspects (or reflections ofBethlehem, 88:When through right use and understanding the mind is definitely directed and properly oriented, itBethlehem, 88:oriented, it is brought en rapport with the Mind of God, the Universal Mind, the Purpose, the PlanBethlehem, 88:en rapport with the Mind of God, the Universal Mind, the Purpose, the Plan and the Will of God.Bethlehem, 88:Plan and the Will of God. Through the illumined mind of man, the Mind of Deity stands revealed.Bethlehem, 88:of God. Through the illumined mind of man, the Mind of Deity stands revealed. Thus man is seen asBethlehem, 89:calls "the three cardinal elements of a great mind, namely, enthusiasm, intuitive insight, andBethlehem, 94:that mysterious human faculty which we call "the mind," and we sum up all these inherited qualitiesBethlehem, 99:sentient man is first developed, and then the mind comes into active life. The baptism which ChristBethlehem, 99:His followers concerns the purification of the mind by fire. Fire, under the universal symbolism ofBethlehem, 99:symbolism of religion, is ever symbolic of the mind nature. This baptism by fire is the baptism ofBethlehem, 100:now enters in, the discriminating faculty of the mind. By means of it, the disciple can bring theBethlehem, 100:third initiation. Through the correct use of the mind, the disciple is led to make right choice,Bethlehem, 101:confronted with essential choices which only the mind can enable us properly to handle. We are toldBethlehem, 102:have to tread must at times have entered His mind, but the full implications, and the picture ofBethlehem, 107:real insight into the processes of His innermost mind. The following words open the story and areBethlehem, 108:experience? Many such questions arise in the mind of the intelligent man, and many have been theBethlehem, 116:physical, the emotional-desire nature, and the mind or mental nature. We read that: "When he hadBethlehem, 118:[118] of the lower nature; it is upon the mind that the Word sounds forth, carrying illuminationBethlehem, 119:use of His divine powers. The sin of the mind, which is pride, was called into activity by theBethlehem, 123:adjustments lead to that leisure and peace of mind wherein the soul of man can come to flower, weBethlehem, 128:attack at the very root of the personality. The mind, the integrating factor, with its ability toBethlehem, 129:Him. That which was real had such a grip of His mind that the unreal and the immediate could notBethlehem, 129:purpose of God stands clearly revealed to the mind of the seer, the lesser ends or motives, and theBethlehem, 131:whole. [131] Self-love but serves the virtuous mind to wake, As the small pebble stirs the peacefulBethlehem, 131:Wide and more wide, th' o'erflowings of the mind Take every creature in, of every kind; EarthBethlehem, 141:world. It is the coming in, with power, of the mind quality, and the capacity to think, which makeBethlehem, 141:determination to handle life from the angle of mind and not of emotion, which distinguish aBethlehem, 142:and the collective consciousness and the mass mind cannot hold him in thrall. These are the peopleBethlehem, 144:not a goal. [144] It is interesting to have in mind another at-one-ment which Christ made. HeBethlehem, 148:the transformation of the physical body. The mind in its turn is therefore the reflection of theBethlehem, 150:permitted to see the Transfiguration. "When the mind," says St. Augustine, "hath been imbued withBethlehem, 153:the Shuhite represents the mental nature, the mind, signifying as he does "contrition," whichBethlehem, 153:which becomes possible only when the mind is beginning to be active (including the conscience).Bethlehem, 153:signifying that alone and unaided the mind can reveal but cannot help. Remorse and sorrow,Bethlehem, 154:firm foundation, owing to the wavering of the mind; for the mind wavers, Krishna, turbulent,Bethlehem, 154:owing to the wavering of the mind; for the mind wavers, Krishna, turbulent, impetuous, forceful;Bethlehem, 155:means "the Lord hath spoken," and herein is the mind nature typified, because it is only when theBethlehem, 167:voices it in words which I quote: "...the great mind is essentially the Awakener. If such a mindBethlehem, 167:mind is essentially the Awakener. If such a mind were to utter the entirely new, the unique, thisBethlehem, 177:No man who has truly investigated with an open mind will deny that Christ was an integral part of aBethlehem, 192:a sinfulness which only the development of the mind could give. The age of Christianity has been anBethlehem, 192:animals, due to their with man. Mind produces the power to analyze a observe, toBethlehem, 196:of the West has been the development of the mind faculty, with its consequent aftermath of aBethlehem, 196:of modern times involve different attitudes of mind and judgment, and surely different punitiveBethlehem, 197:in some form or other, pay a price. The germ of mind, even in infant humanity, gives rise to thisBethlehem, 212:deserted Him or slept, unaware of His agony of mind. "The Promethean conflict is the [213] strifeBethlehem, 213:the [213] strife which takes place in the human mind between the yearning for understanding, andBethlehem, 213:conflict is the rock upon which the religious mind founders and is split against itself."Bethlehem, 225:and also as an example. He revealed to us God's Mind, and showed us the pattern upon which weBethlehem, 243:provide a greater surety, provided we keep in mind the long continuity of revelation given out byBethlehem, 244:immortality can frequently serve to clear one's mind of indefiniteness and vagueness, with theirBethlehem, 244:The following questions therefore come to one's mind, and warrant consideration. How do we knowBethlehem, 245:wanderings; of caring for a body and educating a mind which have no worth of any kind, and are of
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