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

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Intellect, 122:of life as one expression of the world-plan, of mind as a different expression of that world-plan,Intellect, 123:is universal." - Morgan, C. Lloyd, Life, Mind, and Spirit, page 32. God reveals His purpose throughIntellect, 123:He does the same through the activity of the mind, which impresses in its turn the brain, attunedIntellect, 123:brain, attuned to receptivity. Later again, the mind becomes responsive to an illumination,Intellect, 123:close to the Oriental position which infers a " mind-stuff" which is thrown into activity from theIntellect, 123:and by other minds. This intense activity of the mind-stuff has to be definitely offset throughIntellect, 123:through concentration and meditation if the mind is to be brought into a condition wherein it canIntellect, 123:forward into its later stages) is that the mind should cease to register any form activityIntellect, 123:which we call (for lack of a better term) the Mind of God, the Universal Mind. This mind isIntellect, 123:of a better term) the Mind of God, the Universal Mind. This mind is distinguished by a sense ofIntellect, 123:term) the Mind of God, the Universal Mind. This mind is distinguished by a sense of Wholeness, andIntellect, 124:reached the stage in our study of the process of mind control when we must proceed upon hypothesis.Intellect, 124:method, old and tried, whereby it is claimed the mind can be grasped and used at [125] will, and weIntellect, 125:that mystics such as Meister Eckhart gave to the mind, they enrich that mind and open up to it manyIntellect, 125:Eckhart gave to the mind, they enrich that mind and open up to it many states of awareness. WhenIntellect, 125:can be negated and the rich and sensitive mind can be refocused in its turn, it becomes a sensitiveIntellect, 126:and in intellectual awareness, the brain and the mind become coordinated. The former becomes simplyIntellect, 126:of the trained instincts and of the controlled mind. This mind draws on what has been called "theIntellect, 126:instincts and of the controlled mind. This mind draws on what has been called "the content of theIntellect, 127:forward, and seeking for that which neither the mind (as he knows it) nor his circumstances andIntellect, 127:of the matter through the ways of his own mind, until he reach the point at which [128] theIntellect, 128:so to speak, to the impact upon the human mind of 'the divine', as it reveals itself whetherIntellect, 128:primary fact is the confrontation of the human mind with a Something, whose character is onlyIntellect, 128:as dominating factors in the life. Secondly, the mind [129] begins to demonstrate a new activity.Intellect, 129:technique and so find time for the process of mind reorientation which will enable a man to beIntellect, 130:mystics have always testified and to which the mind - rightly used - holds the key. Intellect, 130:could begin to be master of his instrument, the mind, and learn so to focus his thought upon aIntellect, 130:(to use the language of the mystic), until mind itself failed, and he found himself on a peak ofIntellect, 130:ready to be swept into action by the mind when it again turns its attention downwards. We mustIntellect, 131:of religion." The attention is focused in the mind and the only reactions recorded are mental.Intellect, 131:As one mystical writer puts it: "How shall I put mind out of mind?" For as my objective is neitherIntellect, 131:writer puts it: "How shall I put mind out of mind?" For as my objective is neither sensation norIntellect, 131:No longer is the attempt to hold anything in the mind to be prolonged, nor is there anything to beIntellect, 132:enumerated as follows: The reorganizing of the mind and its reorientation. The centering of a man'sIntellect, 132:to meditation, and the capacity to focus the mind unswervingly upon any chosen subject. EvelynIntellect, 133:stage is not yet achieved. It is a period of mind steadiness, and of waiting. Fr. Nouet describesIntellect, 134:meditation. This brings about a state of mind which renders the thinker unresponsive to vibrationsIntellect, 134:and self-reliant, and the brain and the focused mind are closely coordinated. He is no impracticalIntellect, 135:easily sprout, and psychism flourishes. The mind, therefore, positive, alert and well-controlled,Intellect, 135:point. A condition is then brought about in the mind which is analogous to one which has alreadyIntellect, 136:us the same thing, when he says that, when "the mind-stuff becomes absorbed in that which is theIntellect, 137:therefore, is no longer focused in that waiting mind, but has slipped over the borderland into theIntellect, 137:in his own nature and in his own world, the mind and brain are held steady and positive, orientedIntellect, 138:Self, direct to the physical brain, via the mind. In contemplation a still higher stage is enteredIntellect, 138:Later, when a man has gained control of the mind and can offer it to the soul as a transmittingIntellect, 138:a transmitting agent, and can pass on, via the mind and from thence to the physical brain, some ofIntellect, 140:is that in both cases the triplicity of soul, mind, and brain must play their part, but with aIntellect, 140:receptive towards impressions emanating from the mind, and instead of being only a sensory registerIntellect, 140:it learns to respond to thought impressions. The mind in its turn has an instinctive tendency toIntellect, 140:and practice in utilizing either brain or mind actively or passively, and eventually bringing aboutIntellect, 140:between them and finally between the soul, the mind [141] and the brain. We can sum up all that hasIntellect, 141:of Patanjali - "The gradual conquest of the mind's tendency to flit from one object to anotherIntellect, 141:from its usual field of awareness; the mind has been focused and held actively passive in the lightIntellect, 142:the sustained concentration and attention of the mind "whilst the soul, the spiritual man, theIntellect, 142:I have dealt more fully with this use of the mind as the instrument of the soul, and will repeatIntellect, 142:lies in the fact that the instrument, the mind, is now in a state of control. It is, therefore,Intellect, 142:thinker to impress the brain, via the controlled mind, with that which is perceived. Man on theIntellect, 142:vision and of illumination and all has gone. The mind begins again to modify itself and is thrownIntellect, 143:itself with a dual work carried on by the mind. Having been held steady in the light, it nowIntellect, 143:mental apparatus will become apparent. A trained mind and a well-stocked memory and a carefullyIntellect, 143:handle its instrument, through the medium of the mind and the brain, direct contact and interplayIntellect, 143:and steady, so that a man at will can focus his mind upon earthly affairs and be an efficientIntellect, 143:When this is the case, the soul utilizes the mind as a transmitting agent and the physical brain isIntellect, 147:man with the idea that he possesses a mind; they have brought him to an appreciation of theIntellect, 147:been applied by the western intellectual, the mind processes can be trained to reach their highestIntellect, 148:process, for it entails careful control of the mind and a scientific approach to the subject; it isIntellect, 149:[149] institution of the second activity of the mind, considered a few pages earlier. According toIntellect, 151:is, we are told in the eastern Scriptures, the mind that reflects the light and knowledge of theIntellect, 151:the interplay between the three factors of soul, mind and brain is complete. Patanjali tells us inIntellect, 151:tells us in his Yoga Sutras, "The Lord of the mind, the perceiver, is ever aware of the constantlyIntellect, 151:is ever aware of the constantly active mind stuff." "Because it can be seen or cognized it isIntellect, 151:can be seen or cognized it is apparent that the mind is not the source of illumination." "When theIntellect, 151:and freed from objects, reflects itself in the mind stuff, then comes awareness of the Self." "ThenIntellect, 151:then comes awareness of the Self." "Then the mind stuff, reflecting both the knower and theIntellect, 151:and the knowable, becomes omniscient." "The mind then tends towards discrimination and increasingIntellect, 152:the light of the soul could pour through the mind into the brain and produce that illuminationIntellect, 153:of the intellect, of the intense focusing of the mind upon a problem and upon the form aspect inIntellect, 154:meditation he has achieved a large measure of mind control and learned how "to hold the mind steadyIntellect, 154:of mind control and learned how "to hold the mind steady in the light." The consciousness thenIntellect, 154:of the realm of awareness of the brain and the mind) and the mystic passes into the contemplativeIntellect, 154:this identification with the soul continues, the mind is held steady and refuses all response toIntellect, 154:him: he is both and knows it. He enters into the Mind of God - that universal storehouse ofIntellect, 155:throughout all this transcendental process, the mind has been held steady in the Light. Presently,Intellect, 155:the contemplative state comes to an end, and the mind is swept into a renewed activity, an activityIntellect, 155:Mysticism, page 206. The illumination of the mind with knowledge and with a realization of unionIntellect, 156:[156] of knowledge, it is a state wherein the mind is brought into relation with God, and theIntellect, 157:temporal things but in the exaltation of her mind is in communication with the things of God." -Intellect, 157:the object of its search; his is the way of the mind, and its discipline and control. He steadiesIntellect, 157:and its discipline and control. He steadies the mind; he stops its versatility and focuses it; heIntellect, 157:in his own personal satisfaction, for the mind is the "common sense," and in its highest use isIntellect, 158:feeling is ruled out. The aspirant masters the mind, holds it steady in the light and then sees andIntellect, 159:a coordinated human being - with brain, mind and soul functioning with the most perfect unity andIntellect, 159:unity and synthesis. The illumination of the mind by the soul, and the throwing down into theIntellect, 159:throwing down into the waiting and attentive "mind-stuff" of that knowledge and wisdom which is theIntellect, 159:up these results as follows: The effect on the mind is direct apprehension of truth and directIntellect, 159:we cover it by the nebulous term, the Universal Mind. This type of knowledge is sometimes calledIntellect, 159:of illumination. A second effect on the mind is responsiveness to telepathic communication and aIntellect, 160:therefore, two results of illumination upon the mind. On the emotional nature, or, in the languageIntellect, 161:memory, racial or individual, but drops into the mind directly from the superconscious, or from theIntellect, 162:beings, and it seems probable that some day the mind itself will lie as much below the threshold of
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