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

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Fire, 687:in their totality are the vehicles of the Divine mind, the dhyan-chohanic forces, the aggregate ofFire, 689:achieve something of which even the illuminated mind of the highest Dhyan-chohan can not yetFire, 689:the Agnishvattas, the great devas of Mind. Certain broad and general affirmations have been laidFire, 689:as a collective whole, containing the Divine Mind, and considering the individual Monad, whoFire, 690:make itself felt. Simultaneously, under the Law, mind force or manasic energy pours in from theFire, 691:and Fire Elementals Students should ever bear in mind that these occult subjects can be expressedFire, 693:there are three points which should be borne in mind. First, it should be remembered that all theFire, 693:the student should nevertheless bear in mind that it is on the atomic subplanes that the logoicFire, 695:the fourth or human kingdom. The three fires of mind, Spirit and matter are brought together andFire, 702:understood, the five Kumaras or the five Mind-born Sons of Brahma are the embodiers of this manasicFire, 703:various transitions. Let us bear carefully in mind, that the Rays are the positive aspect inFire, 705:and with the third round, must be borne in mind. One symbol that may be found in the archaicFire, 705:state of consciousness brought about when the mind is seen to be the slayer of the Real. The secretFire, 705:which embroils the man who seeks to transcend mind and to live the life of Spirit. This will be theFire, 706:manvantara, and the lower material nature and mind will be held in abeyance until the next round,Fire, 707:enumerating its component parts and bearing in mind that the form is ever prepared prior toFire, 710:divine Ego as it reveals itself by the means of mind is predominantly there, and in the nine petalsFire, 711:is inferior to the consciousness which we call mind. - The Theosophist, Vol. XIII, p. 340. Fire, 719:though apparently men, are without the spark of mind. 40 During the next seven hundred years, theseFire, 720:increase of the activity of the germ or spark of mind; this will be effected by a dynamic action ofFire, 721:is useless for man to speculate upon this as his mind cannot conceive of the condition. Fire, 722:a matter of extreme difficulty to the occidental mind above all (on account of the fact that it hasFire, 722:types of avatars into five groups, bearing in mind that every avatar is a Ray, emanated from a pureFire, 723:the appearance in time and space of the five mind-born Sons of Brahma. The effect of such a visitFire, 724:what is said lies largely in the bringing to the mind of the student the reality of our cosmicFire, 729:the Will of God, the Love of God, and the Mind of God become intelligible and apparent. He isFire, 730:but just as in the animal kingdom, the human mind was latent and instinctive, and just as in theFire, 731:does it become possible for the fire of mind to show forth, even though ever inherently present.Fire, 731:Only when these two fires of matter and of mind have reached a stage of energetic heat and light,Fire, 731:when that occurs is it possible for the fires of mind (on mental levels) to burn up that which itFire, 731:colored, and rendered radiatory by the fire of mind) blazes forth in perfected glory, so thatFire, 738:felt. In illustration of this, we should bear in mind that the more advanced humanity of today didFire, 747:in Their schemes, should be carefully borne in mind. Fire, 750:Vol. IX, p. 246. The pure heart and clean mind alone permit one to attain salvation. This was hisFire, 755:is this impending probability which is held in mind during the century at the annual recurrence ofFire, 759:which consider themselves very advanced. The "mind may slay" the recognition of the Real, andFire, 764:Pralayas, with the intent of arousing in the mind of the student the idea of interludes ofFire, 774:incomprehensible now. Students should bear in mind that this applies primarily to the humanityFire, 775:of the petals. This should be carefully borne in mind. 53 The joint activity of solar and lunarFire, 775:Gods of the intelligence. The fifth principle of mind. Who perfects the last body? Fish, sin, andFire, 775:Here a very interesting fact must be borne in mind. The three permanent atoms, or the three pointsFire, 776:awakening. [776] The student should bear in mind the fact that as soon as the mental unit hasFire, 778:at initiation, but students must bear in mind that in the fundamentals laid down here we are notFire, 784:and systemic body, and the alliance between mind and heart which is hidden in the termFire, 794:considered factors of moment. This attitude of mind will change when etheric vision is a fact, andFire, 796:be gained by the study of figures by the lower mind. It comes as the result of the intuition and isFire, 799:of opposites; he cannot dissociate them in his mind and deal with Spirit per se, or with matter perFire, 801:subject will be apparent when it is borne in mind that not only do these three groups form a cosmicFire, 803:the solar system, and hidden in the Universal Mind. All that we can scientifically ascertain is theFire, 807:earlier pages, he will now be in a condition of mind which will enable him to interpret all that isFire, 809:of the "psyche" is elucidated. When the public mind has apprehended, even cursorily, the followingFire, 810:II. Man is in fact a fragment of the Universal Mind, or world soul, 60 and as a fragment is thusFire, 810:unity is only possible upon the plane of mind. This, if true, must lead to the tendency to developFire, 826:the idea of triplicity must be also borne in mind with a synthesizing period, which is a summationFire, 834:bodies as the Logos seeks to express emotion and mind on the physical plane (through His physicalFire, 848:of solution. Two problems come before the mind of the thoughtful student; one concerns the positionFire, 857:energy flows. Students should carefully bear in mind the two following facts: First, the ethericFire, 863:a stabilization of both the astral body and the mind, and must aim at that emotional equilibriumFire, 878:as planetary Logoi. The student must bear in mind that [879] in thinking of the Pitris, he mustFire, 882:is acquired through the region of the higher mind. S. D., III, 453. Fire, 890:elementals of gaseous matter. We must bear in mind as we study these three groups that we are notFire, 891:this fact must constantly be borne [891] in mind by the occult student when studying the subhumanFire, 900:thoughts, students will find it well to bear in mind the fact that Neptune is one of the major orFire, 900:become apparent as students carefully bear in mind that the astral plane of the solar system is theFire, 909:have union. This fact also should be borne in mind during the next one hundred years, for they willFire, 919:and Atom are the correspondences of Spirit, Mind and Body. - S. D., I, 679. The Logos isFire, 919:wisdom. Wisdom must have manas, or intelligent mind for its basis. He is the sumtotal ofFire, 921:the student, though he should carefully bear in mind that these centers are for the purpose ofFire, 946:Law of Correspondences. It must ever be borne in mind likewise that our basic conception is one ofFire, 948:the middle of the Atlantean root race when the mind factor began slowly to assume increasingFire, 953:mostly kama-manasic or desire coupled with lower mind, with a preponderance, as might be expected,Fire, 954:to a man's ray and therefore to his type of mind. Second. The aggregate of human thought formsFire, 955:of humanity." Next, to secure control over the mind. This involves [956] certain important things:Fire, 956:things: A realization of the nature of the mind and brain through concentration, an understandingFire, 956:plane, an ability, gradually developed once the mind is brought under control throughFire, 959:two sections. Their activities are energized by mind and not by desire, as in the earlier cases.Fire, 966:to the Pineal gland as manas does to Buddhi, or mind to wisdom. - S. D., III, 504, 505. The PinealFire, 971:in origin, being neither pure desire nor pure mind, and is a purely human product, being supersededFire, 971:stage we are now dealing with, or the impulse of mind-desire, emanating consciously from man'sFire, 972:growth is rapid. It should be carefully borne in mind that the process of building in mental matterFire, 974:which light and illumination comes into the mind, and thus the entire lower life becomesFire, 983:in direct egoic activity. We must also bear in mind, that in the consideration of this matter weFire, 991:the fourth root race. 97 It should be borne in mind here that this means strictly in connectionFire, 995:words are used in the occult sense, wherein the mind (as it is commonly understood) becomes theFire, 997:I would also remind the student to bear in mind that all that is here imparted concerns "whiteFire, 997:and of solar Fire. Bearing these two points in mind the student will find much in these rules toFire, 999:point in evolution, and the particular goal in mind. Thirdly. The center of force generated by theFire, 1000:all its component parts, and sees "before his mind's eye" the consummated product of the egoicFire, 1004:brief, owing to the fact that the plane of mind is as yet an unknown land to the majority, -Fire, 1011:energy manipulated, but here it must be borne in mind that all magicians work with three types ofFire, 1017:summed up in the injunction: Let desire and mind be so pure and so equally apportioned and theFire, 1020:our globe, for instance, confusion ensues in the mind of the student owing to the occult fact thatFire, 1027:Two - Division E - Motion on the Plane of Mind SECTION TWO - DIVISION E - MOTION ON THE PLANE OFFire, 1027:TWO - DIVISION E - MOTION ON THE PLANE OF MIND I. Introductory Remarks We have now concluded ourFire, 1032:Two - Division E - Motion on the Plane of Mind II. The Nature of this Motion As we well know, theFire, 1032:their own pole. When we arrive at the plane of mind, and have to consider the activity of theFire, 1035:Two - Division E - Motion on the Plane of Mind The Rod of Sanat Kumara is far more intricate, andFire, 1039:Two - Division E - Motion on the Plane of Mind III. Results of its Activity These results can beFire, 1040:Two - Division E - Motion on the Plane of Mind 1. The Law of Expansion This law of a gradualFire, 1042:Wisdom. In the previous solar system atoms and mind were probably synonymous terms. It resulted in
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