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

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Patanjali, 139:are those that are concretely affecting the mind. The first can be completely suppressed only byPatanjali, 142:brings in the three factors of the thinker, the mind and the physical brain will take care of thePatanjali, 143:which kama (or desire) and the wrong use of the mind have so subtly forged. Later he will enter thePatanjali, 144:in its two aspects. Lower manas, or concrete mind is the basic factor in the production of thePatanjali, 148:all forms to the consummation. Let us bear in mind here, however, that these three qualities arePatanjali, 148:is organized and man is being directed by his mind, his life becomes stabilized and organized alsoPatanjali, 150:energies so that through his changed attitude of mind, painful reactions are no longer possible,Patanjali, 153:i.e. hearing, touch, sight, taste, smell and the mind, and that these six must be transcended andPatanjali, 154:is firmly established, the sixth sense or the mind begins to develop also. Later he begins toPatanjali, 156:of thinking substance, or of the universal mind, The attributes of force-matter, The threePatanjali, 157:organs, and the organs of generation. The mind. This is the sixth sense, the organ whichPatanjali, 159:pure reason, the intellect apart from the lower mind, sometimes called the intuition, whose naturePatanjali, 160:[160] part. Of this untouchable and unknown the mind of man cannot as yet conceive. Patanjali, 160:the presented idea through the medium of the mind. Reference has already been made to the excellentPatanjali, 160:pure, he looks out through the vesture of the mind." Ganganatha Jha throws still further light uponPatanjali, 160:the avenues of the senses or of the lower mind; he is in himself knowledge, clear vision or truePatanjali, 161:upon presented ideas through the medium of the mind." We have here: 1. The seer or the one whoPatanjali, 162:of pure knowledge, pure reason and divine mind. Later, at a very advanced stage he touches the onePatanjali, 162:the many ideas into one homogeneous plan. 3. The mind. This is the instrument which the seerPatanjali, 162:he has learned to control his instrument the mind and can discriminate between the illusory worldPatanjali, 162:the not-self and knowing himself, he uses the mind as his medium of search, of explanation and ofPatanjali, 163:constant information and reactions to the mind via the lower instrument of the brain. HavingPatanjali, 163:this stage the seer is then able to use the mind in a reverse manner. Instead of turning hisPatanjali, 163:to an understanding of the nature of spirit. The mind then serves a triple purpose: Through it, thePatanjali, 163:working activity: The seer or spiritual man, the mind, his medium of investigation, or the windowPatanjali, 163:seer can impress his "pure knowledge" using the mind as an interpreter and transmitting agency.Patanjali, 165:[165] of the thinking principle" or with mind control), has achieved full power over the mind andPatanjali, 165:mind control), has achieved full power over the mind and over mental substance or thought matter,Patanjali, 166:Union 23. The of the soul with the mind and thus with that which the mind perceives,Patanjali, 166:soul with the mind and thus with that which the mind perceives, produces an understanding of thePatanjali, 167:and uses. The organ of perception is the mind and the five senses, and from the standpoint of thePatanjali, 168:discriminating West. It should be borne in mind that the soul passes through great stages in thePatanjali, 171:discrimination is at first an attitude of mind and must be sedulously cultivated. The premise ofPatanjali, 172:The Hindu teaching holds that the states of mind-consciousness are seven in number. The [173] sixthPatanjali, 175:physical plane conditions, but the fears of the mind, based upon memory, imagination andPatanjali, 175:scientific investigation and finally, the mind itself. When he begins to question the capacity ofPatanjali, 175:When he begins to question the capacity of the mind to explain, interpret and comprehend, he hasPatanjali, 175:worlds. The tendency of these seven states of mind, produced through the experience of the man uponPatanjali, 177:The stage wherein complete control of the mind is achieved and the seer can say "My mind is atPatanjali, 177:of the mind is achieved and the seer can say "My mind is at rest." Then and only then, whenPatanjali, 183:Dharana. Concentration. Fixation of the mind. Here the instrument of the Thinker, the Real Man, isPatanjali, 183:Dhyana. The capacity of the thinker to use the mind as desired and to transmit to the brain, higherPatanjali, 183:concepts. This means concerns higher and lower mind. [184] Means VIII. Contemplation. Samadhi. ThisPatanjali, 184:then, utilizing his controlled instrument, the mind (controlled through the practise ofPatanjali, 186:That state has to be attained before the mind can be so quieted that the things of the soul canPatanjali, 189:is productive of conditions wherein the mind is at rest; it is based upon the recognition of thePatanjali, 189:the law of karma. It produces a state of mind wherein all conditions are regarded as correct andPatanjali, 195:impotent and this by the condition of the mind-state of the aspirant or yogin. Patanjali, 198:fulfil his own role, is the Eastern injunction. "Mind your own business" is the Western attempt toPatanjali, 202:purity mental vehicle purity of the concrete mind. It should be most carefully borne in mind thatPatanjali, 202:mind. It should be most carefully borne in mind that this purity concerns the substance out ofPatanjali, 203:in the Yoga Sutras. They give the rules for mind control but the nature of the psychic powers andPatanjali, 203:might be briefly stated to be the development of mind control with a view to soul-contact and thePatanjali, 203:is the generic term covering this condition of mind, is the great impulse [204] which eventuallyPatanjali, 205:emotional vehicle, 3. Concentration The lower mind or the mental body, 4. Ability to see the selfPatanjali, 205:body. In this connection students should bear in mind that the physical body is not a principle,Patanjali, 206:to concentrate or to be one-pointed. The mind no longer flits hither and thither but becomesPatanjali, 212:consciousness out of the head or brain into the mind or mental body. In this transfer, the brainPatanjali, 213:the spiritual man transmits to the brain via the mind that which is visioned, seen, contacted andPatanjali, 213:worldly existence, and an unfluctuating steady mind, one [214] that is absolutely under control. OfPatanjali, 215:effort and through the concentration of the mind upon the infinite. This covers the two aspectsPatanjali, 215:the comfort of the body and the control of the mind. It is noteworthy that the effort to attainPatanjali, 215:When this can be done and when the mind can be so engrossed upon a consideration of the things ofPatanjali, 215:physical vehicle and hence can concentrate the mind, and his concentration of the mind is then soPatanjali, 215:the mind, and his concentration of the mind is then so one-pointed that thought of the body becomesPatanjali, 216:that in the preceding sutra [216] only the mind and the physical body were dealt with. In thisPatanjali, 217:has been caused by a belief in the occidental mind that prana and breath are synonymous terms. ThisPatanjali, 219:outer and inner life and one-pointedness of the mind should be aimed at, prior to attempting thePatanjali, 220:centers below the diaphragm. From the universal mind or manasic force. This will be largely thoughtPatanjali, 224:great planetary forces. It should be borne in mind that the ideal condition is here dealt with andPatanjali, 224:and the time-element. It should be borne in mind, in this connection, that "space is the firstPatanjali, 228:- Book 2 - The Steps to Union 53. And the mind is prepared for concentrated meditation. Johnston'sPatanjali, 228:of this sutra in the words: "Thence comes the mind's power to hold itself in the light -," the ideaPatanjali, 229:contemplation can be properly undertaken. The mind can be gripped and used and the process ofPatanjali, 229:from the ego or soul, to the brain via the mind can be safely undertaken. Patanjali, 229:when the thinker, through the medium of the mind, the thinking principle, so dominates the sensesPatanjali, 230:senses are dominated by the sixth sense, the mind and all the consciousness and the perceptivePatanjali, 231:further withdrawal into the mental body or the mind so that neither the physical nor the astral anyPatanjali, 231:entirely assimilated to, or controlled by the mind. They must be drawn away from their objects andPatanjali, 231:drawn away from their objects and fixed upon the mind and assimilated to it, so that by preventingPatanjali, 231:synthesis of the senses by the sixth sense, the mind. [232] The alignment of the threefold lowerPatanjali, 232:illuminate the brain through the medium of the mind. Patanjali, 232:the subjugation of the sixth sense, the mind. The methods whereby the mind is controlled and thePatanjali, 232:sixth sense, the mind. The methods whereby the mind is controlled and the aspirant becomes completePatanjali, 233:Aryan root-race, for the complete control of the mind, which should be the contribution of thatPatanjali, 234:1. Concentration is the fixing of the chitta (mind stuff) upon a particular object. This isPatanjali, 234:of the discriminative nature of the chitta (or mind stuff). 9. The sequence of mental states is asPatanjali, 234:The sequence of mental states is as follows: the mind reacts to that which is seen; then followsPatanjali, 234:that which is seen; then follows the moment of mind control. Then ensues a moment wherein thePatanjali, 234:Then ensues a moment wherein the chitta (mind stuff) responds to both these factors. Finally thesePatanjali, 234:10. Through the cultivation of this habit of mind there will eventuate a steadiness of spiritualPatanjali, 234:of this habit, and the restraining of the mind from its thought-form-making tendency, resultsPatanjali, 234:in the constant power to contemplate. 12. When mind control and the controlling factor are equallyPatanjali, 234:essence (or idea) are usually confused in the mind of the perceiver.. By concentrated meditation onPatanjali, 234:light of the intuition. 34. Understanding of the mind-consciousness comes from one-pointedPatanjali, 234:of transference (withdrawal or entrance), the mind stuff (or chitta) can enter another body. 39. ByPatanjali, 234:there comes rapidity of action like that of mind, perception independent of the organs, and masteryPatanjali, 234:1. Concentration is the fixing of the chitta (mind stuff) upon a particular object. This isPatanjali, 234:of the Yoga Sutras which deals specifically with mind control and with the effect of that control.Patanjali, 234:fifteen sutras are given to the control of the mind and how it is to be attained and the remaining
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