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

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Psychology2, 382:processes are simultaneously going on: The mind factor is steadily becoming more dominant,Psychology2, 383:At the same time, it brings illumination to the mind (thus revealing the soul and the kingdom ofPsychology2, 384:the higher aspect of the personal self, the mind, to the lowest point of contact and into controlPsychology2, 384:(the highest aspect of divinity) into control of mind. There are, therefore, two thoughts which wePsychology2, 384:by an act of the will, which really means by the mind, functioning forcefully, under the influencePsychology2, 385:these techniques bring about Illumination of the mind. [386] Imaginative capacity of the sentientPsychology2, 386:The divine will must be evoked, of which the mind aspect is the reflection, and the brain (or thePsychology2, 386:of this will produces an illumination of the mind, differing from the illumination achieved throughPsychology2, 386:the illumination of direct knowledge to the mind. The one to which I here refer is, symbolicallyPsychology2, 387:of energy. From this layer of petals to the mind body. From the mind body to the brain. From thePsychology2, 387:this layer of petals to the mind body. From the mind body to the brain. From the brain, in due andPsychology2, 389:producing within the creative range of man's mind: That which is useful and so contributing toPsychology2, 390:aspect of the Monad, sweeping the higher [390] mind into activity upon the higher mental levelPsychology2, 390:and of energy which we call that of the higher mind. From the higher mind to the knowledge petalsPsychology2, 390:we call that of the higher mind. From the higher mind to the knowledge petals of the egoic lotus.Psychology2, 390:these vortexes of force to the lower or concrete mind - that in which the average intelligent manPsychology2, 390:idea or some thought which emanates from the Mind of God, and which demands immediate precipitationPsychology2, 392:theme will be: A definite illumination of the mind, for it will then be at-one with the UniversalPsychology2, 392:for it will then be at-one with the Universal Mind and all the ways of God and the plans of GodPsychology2, 393:the same time, to preserve soul consciousness, mind consciousness and brain consciousness - no easyPsychology2, 395:for he will be meditating as an aspiring mind, and not as a soul. No matter, therefore, how greatPsychology2, 395:where he can meditate both as a soul and as a mind, involving also the brain reaction, then he willPsychology2, 396:in all manifested forms. Illumination of the mind will be seen to be direct and infallible and willPsychology2, 406:the sensitive, emotional, desire body, and the mind. Through the physical body contact is made withPsychology2, 406:or the wish-life of the individual; through the mind comes eventually intelligent understanding andPsychology2, 406:Between these three and the lower concrete mind. Present Integrations. Between these four aspectsPsychology2, 408:and when they cease to regard the brain and the mind as one, but learn to differentiate between thePsychology2, 408:be made. When the child receives training in mind control and when that mind is taught to directPsychology2, 408:receives training in mind control and when that mind is taught to direct the desire nature and thePsychology2, 410:complexes occur when the integration of the mind with the three lower aspects has been broughtPsychology2, 410:These are concerned with those attitudes of mind, those complexities of idea and those "spiritualPsychology2, 410:law in my members, warring against the law of my mind, and bringing me into captivity to the law ofPsychology2, 411:given the name "heaven". Later (again as the mind nature integrates with the other more developedPsychology2, 414:and qualities and tendencies. Bearing in mind the analysis earlier made of the various aspects ofPsychology2, 415:the intelligence aspect reflects itself in the mind, the love nature in the emotional desire body,Psychology2, 415:get the picture clear. Bearing these premises in mind, we will not deal with the earliestPsychology2, 416:aware will be bridged and ended when the mind is trained to control and to dominate within thePsychology2, 417:This leads to The intelligent use of the mind so that it becomes consciously aware of the soul andPsychology2, 417:of reproduction. Intelligence distinguishes the mind aspect or mental vehicle, and works throughPsychology2, 417:the soul nature and it works through the mind, the heart center and the head center. From thesePsychology2, 419:a program or ordered plan, originates in the mind and not on the desire levels of awareness, andPsychology2, 421:He is then torn in two directions: his desire-mind keeps him dwelling in the realm of longing, ofPsychology2, 424:of forces. As long as this is carefully borne in mind, we shall not go astray as we deal with ourPsychology2, 426:of major importance: The cleavage between the mind and the rest of the lower nature - physical,Psychology2, 431:are both quieting and helpful to many types of mind; its interpretative value will be foundPsychology2, 432:being - of his emotional vehicle, his [432] mind body and their close interrelation through thePsychology2, 432:work through the seven major centers, whilst the mind body and the astral body work through manyPsychology2, 435:man has to learn to withdraw himself. The mind nature, which works through four centers and onlyPsychology2, 437:break or failure of continuity between the mind nature, determining purpose, and the astral nature,Psychology2, 439:gap between the astral or emotional body and the mind has been bridged, and the man discovers thePsychology2, 441:cleavage between the emotional nature and the mind [442] and has thus, through their integration,Psychology2, 443:reactions. Next, he discovered himself as a mind, and mental energy proceeded to complicate hisPsychology2, 443:a brain dominated and controlled by a third ray mind. This means capacity for intellectualPsychology2, 444:or he can express the fluidity of the third ray mind which will make him a scheming manipulator orPsychology2, 447:man can be "lighted at will by the ray of the mind", and the mind itself can become a search light,Psychology2, 447:at will by the ray of the mind", and the mind itself can become a search light, penetrating intoPsychology2, 447:lies ahead in connection with the use of the mind as constituting the "path of light between thePsychology2, 448:nature of man, particularly that between the mind and the emotional vehicle which means thePsychology2, 449:One point, nevertheless, seems impressed upon my mind, and I would like to emphasize it. In thesePsychology2, 451:mystic. This must be carefully borne in mind, because the trend of human aspiration is mystical andPsychology2, 452:from the world of aspirational life, from the mind and from the soul, the great Reality in the lifePsychology2, 454:difficulties, such as Over activity o the mind, which grasps and sees too much. The revelation ofPsychology2, 455:thinking and the free movement of the chitta or mind stuff. It is necessary, therefore, in thePsychology2, 455:of mental substance. The triple purpose of the mind: As a medium for expressing ideas, through thePsychology2, 457:for it is due to the stimulation of the mind, as it endeavors to assume control of the personality.Psychology2, 459:there is little that is wrong with them. The mind, however, cannot control and is definitelyPsychology2, 460:such a case, and the dynamic stimulation of the mind which we are considering, to evoke responsePsychology2, 463:of the small area of a particular man's mind. This is a statement of fact and of importance. ThisPsychology2, 466:to temporize and to live in the same state of mind as heretofore, or so he thinks, and so hePsychology2, 468:impractical, visionary mystic. These states of mind are dangerous, if they are permitted to exist.Psychology2, 468:which are induced by the illumination of the mind through meditation with which it might bePsychology2, 468:The first of these is the over-activity of the mind in quite a number of cases; which - sometimesPsychology2, 469:do. The constant "permutations of the chitta or mind stuff " and the perpetual "thought form makingPsychology2, 469:of the visioned plan. If this state of mind continues for too long a period, it produces mentalPsychology2, 469:he can begin again to regulate and control his mind and to take his place among those who arePsychology2, 471:that its existence is simply an error of mortal mind, and a form of autosuggestion [472] orPsychology2, 472:belief, we force ourselves into a state of mind which recognizes that the tangible and thePsychology2, 472:objective are only figments of man's imaginative mind. This, in its turn, is likewise a travesty ofPsychology2, 472:we lay the emphasis upon the finiteness of man's mind. The world of phenomena is not denied, but wePsychology2, 472:of phenomena is not denied, but we regard the mind as misinterpreting it and as refusing to see itPsychology2, 472:the activity - in time and space - of the human mind. The Problem of Illusion lies in the fact thatPsychology2, 472:it is a soul activity, and is the result of the mind aspect of all the souls in manifestation. ItPsychology2, 472:to pour the light of the soul through into the mind and the brain. The Problem of Glamor is foundPsychology2, 472:quality and is characteristic of the attitude of mind of those people who are more intellectualPsychology2, 473:integration and is able to function in the mind nature; because his orientation is good and right;Psychology2, 474:all this is that the powers and faculties of the mind become over developed and what are called thePsychology2, 474:within himself. This stimulation by the mind (itself stimulated in meditation) as it turns downwardPsychology2, 476:point out two things which should be borne in mind: First: that many people are today living in thePsychology2, 485:between a man's own soul and his brain, via his mind. That the following points should be borne inPsychology2, 485:That the following points should be borne in mind: When a man is consciously aware of himself as aPsychology2, 485:of which the occult Hierarchy is the heart and mind. Psychology2, 486:to the truly spiritual world of souls. The mind nature is seldom invoked and the processes pursuedPsychology2, 486:brain cells negative and quiescent whilst the mind remains inactive and often unawakened. The onlyPsychology2, 490:of the man tuning in telepathically upon the mind or the minds of others. This frequently happensPsychology2, 490:comes from other minds or from the focused group mind of some band of workers with which the manPsychology2, 492:of communication from soul to brain, via the mind. This, when clear and direct, is true divinePsychology2, 492:however, be distorted and misinterpreted if the mind is not developed, the character is notPsychology2, 492:is not free from undue personality control. The mind must make right application of the impartedPsychology2, 499:(and there are many such today) where the mind can be reached and trained, and where the soul canPsychology2, 499:soul can consequently impress the brain, via the mind. If these three methods are studied, you can
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