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

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Intellect, 162:as much facility as we now talk in terms of the mind, and endeavor to function as mental beings.Intellect, 163:"Intuition is the apprehension by the mind of reality directly as it is and not under the form of aIntellect, 163:the soul in its turn, guiding and directing the mind through the intuition, and having its physicalIntellect, 164:The situation is, therefore, as follows: The mind receives illumination from the soul, in the formIntellect, 164:This process is in turn repeated by the active mind, which throws down into the receptive brain theIntellect, 164:Illumination The second activity to which the mind responds as the result of illumination isIntellect, 165:is the soul of man en rapport with the Universal Mind, but also with all minds through which thatIntellect, 165:to act as interpreters of the Universal Mind and as intermediaries between the non-telepathicIntellect, 166:in its lower aspects and the higher or abstract mind. The line of demarcation must be preservedIntellect, 169:is direct and eliminative from the soul to the mind, and from the mind to the brain. When we arriveIntellect, 169:from the soul to the mind, and from the mind to the brain. When we arrive at the physical level ofIntellect, 179:deeper until he arrives at a third factor, the mind. At this point of investigation man now stands,Intellect, 179:of the mental processes and the study of mind reactions, their causes and objectives, areIntellect, 180:opposing views, but that a something called the mind exists, and that it is increasinglyIntellect, 180:and television. Man is omnipresent, and the mind is the main factor in the bringing about of thisIntellect, 180:point where they can coordinate the brain, the mind and the soul, and so pass through the portal ofIntellect, 181:understanding of the nature of humanity and the mind, can we not begin to grasp the nature of theIntellect, 183:take on a new clarity, when he says: "Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus, Who,Intellect, 183:the contemplative state) is illumination of the mind and of the brain, provided that they have bothIntellect, 184:terms: "The three chief Tibetan schools, to my mind, mark three stages on the Path of IlluminationIntellect, 185:states, leading to complete concentration of mind, producing ecstatic illumination)..." "He was aIntellect, 185:a most learned professor in the Science of the Mind, having proved the Mind to be, beyond dispute,Intellect, 185:in the Science of the Mind, having proved the Mind to be, beyond dispute, the Beginning and End ofIntellect, 186:in a most remarkable way the use of the mind to overcome ignorance and its subsequent futility toIntellect, 186:we can thus see is an absolute state of mind in which no 'discrimination' ...takes place, and itIntellect, 188:in Zen Buddhism, pages 52-53. Thus we have the mind focused and used to its utmost capacity, andIntellect, 188:work. Next comes the use of the will to hold the mind steady in the light, and then - the Vision,Intellect, 188:of mental approach to Reality, and the part the mind should play, more clearly, perhaps, than anyIntellect, 190:of the man who can discriminate between the mind stuff and the Self, or spiritual man." "The stateIntellect, 191:and freed from objects, reflects itself in the mind stuff, then comes awareness of the Self...TheIntellect, 191:stuff, then comes awareness of the Self...The mind then tends towards...increasing illumination..."Intellect, 191:34, 22. Here again the same idea. The use of the mind, final withdrawal from the mindIntellect, 191:The use of the mind, final withdrawal from the mind consciousness, and the realization of unity.Intellect, 193:always looking back to God. The arcanum of the mind is the sumtotal, as it were, of all the divineIntellect, 193:flowing here into itself." "When a man's mind has lost touch with everything, then, and not tillIntellect, 193:grace there forthwith arises that light of the mind into which God is sending a ray of hisIntellect, 194:of the senses, the same focusing of the mind at its highest point, the same apparent futility ofIntellect, 194:highest point, the same apparent futility of the mind beyond that point to carry the aspirant toIntellect, 200:they suddenly register the fact of the mind, and that they can use it, and the distinction betweenIntellect, 201:no matter how beautiful. The things that the mind knows and can record are not yet registered, norIntellect, 202:Thus the mystic emerges. Through the use of the mind in the business world, in professional work,Intellect, 203:take place, and has frequently done so. The mind can then be reoriented to the truer and higherIntellect, 204:the case may be. Many are now coordinating the mind with these two, and, through our presentIntellect, 204:the soul. This has always been present, just as mind is always present in human beings (who are notIntellect, 205:hope of glory." Through the trained and focused mind this indwelling Reality is known, and theIntellect, 205:by the man who can train and control his mind. Second: Upon the basis of this hypothesis, we beginIntellect, 205:three aspects of the lower nature, and to unify mind, emotion and physical body into an organizedIntellect, 205:the imposition of the will of the soul, upon the mind, begins to be felt. Little by little theIntellect, 205:to be felt. Little by little the soul, the mind and the brain are swept into a close rapport.Intellect, 205:brain are swept into a close rapport. First, the mind controls the brain and the emotional nature.Intellect, 205:the emotional nature. Then the soul controls the mind. The first is brought about throughIntellect, 206:First, the endeavor to gain control of the mind, through the endeavor to live a concentrated life.Intellect, 207:No obligation will be evaded, for the focused mind will enable a man to do more in a shorter timeIntellect, 210:is: A great deal. Psychologically speaking, the mind becomes controlled, and passes under theIntellect, 210:faculties. They can be used more easily and the mind is keener than ever before. There is aIntellect, 210:spirit. He is mental in two directions, and the mind becomes a cohering, unifying agency. TheIntellect, 211:nature, in [211] its turn is controlled by the mind, and is rendered still and untroubled, and,Intellect, 211:effect upon the nervous system. If, however, the mind is not controlled and the emotional natureIntellect, 212:the emotional states of being. [212] When the mind is the dominant factor, then the thoughtIntellect, 212:emotions and the more concrete aspects of the mind (growing out of racial habits and inheritedIntellect, 212:for no exercise of the creative or higher mind). This was the theme of my earlier book, The SoulIntellect, 212:the reactions are mainly instinctual and the mind is practically non-functioning, then the centerIntellect, 213:senses are dominated by the sixth sense, the mind, and all the consciousness and the perceptiveIntellect, 214:steadily synthesized by the sixth sense, the mind. This is the coordinating factor. Later it isIntellect, 214:can be directly impressed by the soul, via the mind. The brain consciousness is held in a positiveIntellect, 216:bear upon life a more concentrated attitude of mind, and to practice daily meditation andIntellect, 216:beginners, or are possessed of an unorganized mind, fluidic, versatile and unstable, we start in toIntellect, 216:training confers, we need only to reorient the mind to a new field of awareness and begin truly toIntellect, 217:and in the general give and take of life, the mind is in a state of violent vibration; this is notIntellect, 217:morning. Then it is relatively quiet, and the mind can be more rapidly attuned to the higher statesIntellect, 219:reactions; they lead a man to concentrate the mind upon the mechanics of the process and not uponIntellect, 221:of the process or right control by the mind of the "versatile psychic nature", the practicer hasIntellect, 222:physical. I cannot stop them and I fear for my mind. Won't you please tell me what I ought to do toIntellect, 224:a mental picture, the mental substance of our mind sets up a certain rate of vibration, whichIntellect, 224:grade of mental substance, in which the mind is immersed. It is the will which holds this imageIntellect, 225:of consciousness, we become centered in the mind and seek to bend it to our will. It is just hereIntellect, 225:that we find our problem confronting us. The mind refuses to mould itself into the thoughts whichIntellect, 226:and recommence our labor of reducing the wayward mind to submission. Will Levington Comfort, in hisIntellect, 226:as choosing the subject, and holding the mind closely and faithfully to it; we rushed past allIntellect, 227:automatically sets a ring-pass-not around the mind, and which says to the mind, "thus far shaltIntellect, 227:around the mind, and which says to the mind, "thus far shalt thou go, and no farther." WeIntellect, 228:for soul energy, through the medium of the mind, direct to the brain. From thence the physicalIntellect, 228:the will. This involves an endeavor to keep the mind unmoving upon a certain form of words, so thatIntellect, 228:now upon the words: "Thou God seest me." The mind is not permitted to falter in its concentrationIntellect, 228:work to a close, and say - again with the mind refocused on the underlying ideas - the followingIntellect, 229:of them, however, the primary thing to bear in mind is that the mind must be kept actively occupiedIntellect, 229:the primary thing to bear in mind is that the mind must be kept actively occupied with ideas andIntellect, 230:am I. This is easily written down, but if the mind is kept actively intent upon the sense andIntellect, 230:upon which you will later speak. Carry your mind on from stage to stage and you will find that fiveIntellect, 231:that induce a waiting and negative state of mind should be avoided. A certain amount of realizationIntellect, 232:There are others that will occur to the mind of the intelligent student. Whole worlds of thoughtIntellect, 232:Whole worlds of thought are open over which the mind can range at will (note those words) providedIntellect, 232:that each person will follow the bent of his own mind - artistic, scientific or philosophical - andIntellect, 232:one-pointed) and force him to begin to use his mind. How often one hears the complaint: "I do notIntellect, 232:is something like this: "I am too lazy to use my mind; I suffer from mental inertia; I much preferIntellect, 233:all over the world, we find the brilliant mind coming out second, because it lacks perseveringIntellect, 233:lacks persevering effort, and the more ordinary mind suddenly breaking through into the realm ofIntellect, 234:and their phenomenal effects entirely out of the mind definitely, once and for all, and simplyIntellect, 237:for Care in Meditation "A clean life, an open mind, a pure heart, an eager intellect, an unveiledIntellect, 238:The goal of meditation, from the angle of the mind, might therefore, be stated to be the attainment
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