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

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Psychology2, 364:who puts himself en rapport with divinity. The mystic still has a sense of duality. Nor is it thePsychology2, 409:difficulties of so many people to those of the mystic with his emphasis upon the lover and thePsychology2, 416:of the cleavage or separativeness of which the mystic is aware and which makes him seek at-one-mentPsychology2, 420:the same power of abstraction which enables the mystic to see his visions and to participate inPsychology2, 427:A dominant selfish personality. A practical mystic, conscious of the need for fusion and for unity.Psychology2, 436:he then becomes a unified personality. Then the mystic can emerge. This means that he has achievedPsychology2, 447:more strictly human. [447] Developed as a mystic and taught to recognize the higher aspect and itsPsychology2, 451:as the situation in the life of an individual mystic. This must be carefully borne in mind, becausePsychology2, 451:confine myself to the problems of the individual mystic and leave my readers to draw the necessaryPsychology2, 456:salvation, for it tends to extrovert the mystic and thus give proper release for the recognizedPsychology2, 468:the man becomes a vague, impractical, visionary mystic. These states of mind are dangerous, if theyPsychology2, 488:2. The introverted attitude of the neophyte or mystic brings to the surface all his subconsciousPsychology2, 513:as they affect the aspirant, disciple and mystic. During the past three decades, much has beenPsychology2, 513:much has been written upon the pathology of the mystic and the physiological disturbancesPsychology2, 525:is definitely attracting him. He is becoming the mystic. A second period of transference ensues andPsychology2, 526:development. It is only temporary, for still the mystic sleeps beneath the outer activity and thePsychology2, 527:two points to be borne in mind as we study the mystic and his difficulties; first of all, thePsychology2, 530:turmoil and conflict in the life of the mystic, causing difficulties of a definitely psychologicalPsychology2, 531:Here we find a major point of difficulty for the mystic who is rapidly coming into being andPsychology2, 532:results. Frequently in the case of a male mystic there will be over developed sexual expression onPsychology2, 533:the highest head center) to the attention of the mystic. He then becomes aware of lifePsychology2, 535:general nature of the difficulties to which the mystic can be physically prone: The awakening ofPsychology2, 538:is often a period of sexual difficulty if the mystic has not previously learnt sexual control andPsychology2, 539:give you a general picture of the problem of the mystic. Psychology2, 539:It should be remembered that the goal of all the mystic's efforts should be to achieve aPsychology2, 542:it will be obvious what danger there is for the mystic and the disciple, and how serious can be thePsychology2, 542:like to point out that I am using the words "mystic and mystical" in this section of our treatisePsychology2, 543:to divine identification. The keynotes which the mystic at present recognizes and which thePsychology2, 543:innately subjective. The time must come when the mystic will appreciate and follow the way of thePsychology2, 544:approach is but the beginning, and of which the mystic remains unaware. The mystic is too apt toPsychology2, 544:and of which the mystic remains unaware. The mystic is too apt to feel that the occultistPsychology2, 544:both must learn to tread the way of wisdom. The mystic must and will inevitably become thePsychology2, 544:elucidate my theme. I use therefore the words "mystic and mystical" in this section of the treatisePsychology2, 544:a definite point of crisis in the life of the mystic. Psychology2, 546:the other organs found below the diaphragm. The mystic, as is well known, is often dyspeptic andPsychology2, 546:the strain is the inability of the average mystic to divorce his mind from his physical condition.Psychology2, 546:and guidance plus a knowledge of the rules) the mystic can work with the center in the spine whichPsychology2, 546:all to deal with the psychic difficulties of the mystic, for both the psychic and physicalPsychology2, 548:centers, accounting for the uneven life of the mystic in the earlier stages of his unfoldment. ThisPsychology2, 550:through the successful effort of the mystic to bring in energy [551] from the higher centers andPsychology2, 552:is a fruitful source of nervous trouble to the mystic and advanced aspirant. The heart centerPsychology2, 568:a victim or an exploiter of these powers. The mystic upon the path of vision who (through thePsychology2, 570:seen and the words heard. When, however, the mystic opens up these same powers as is sometimes thePsychology2, 570:inspired writings and illumined visions of the mystic. If he is a Hindu, there may come [571] toPsychology2, 572:could here properly be asked: How can the mystic avoid this error and confusion? How can hePsychology2, 572:This constitutes an individual problem for every mystic and there is no one profound and scientificPsychology2, 572:them. The attitude of mind which will guard the mystic from astral delusion and error is: ThePsychology2, 573:from emotional appeal. The true disciple and mystic is ever mentally polarized. His vision is freePsychology2, 591:difficulties arise in the case of the advanced mystic, the disciple or the occult student, the modePsychology2, 594:the eyebrows. In the case of the aspirant, mystic and disciple, it is the highest head center. AsPsychology2, 597:inevitable that dire results must eventuate. The mystic, for instance whose thought is focused onPsychology2, 597:the physical body by the directing power of the mystic's thought. Christ, for him, is elsewhere.Psychology2, 598:body and by the [598] inability of the average mystic to live a concrete, and yet divine, life uponPsychology2, 598:in the history of the race. In the case of the mystic and the disciple who is endeavoring to gainPsychology2, 599:the effects that these experiences have upon the mystic himself. I would ask you also to rememberPsychology2, 599:are prone are four: 1. Devitalization. The mystic is drawn so constantly "upwards" (as he regardsPsychology2, 600:requirement or obligation which would serve the mystic, bringing him emotional satisfaction andPsychology2, 600:and Mystics 2. Delusion. The drama life of the mystic and the constant cultivation of the visionPsychology2, 600:psychological trouble. The vision absorbed the mystic's whole attention and instead of indicatingPsychology2, 600:when the heart center is over-energized that the mystic dies as a result of his aspiration. WherePsychology2, 601:as devotion) and the failure of the mystic either to enter into the realm of mental perception orPsychology2, 602:frequent case history of the purely emotional mystic. When this astral cycle is over and he laterPsychology2, 602:at-one-ment and the mists must roll away. The mystic sees through a glass darkly but some day mustPsychology2, 602:of the mystical life. When the delusions of the mystic and his devitalization have gone beyond aPsychology2, 603:and recognizable forms of insanity. The mystic is then obsessed by his own peculiar thought-form ofPsychology2, 603:no attempts to help prove availing. The mystic has, for this one life, done himself irreparablePsychology2, 604:It is one of the hardest to handle. The mystic who can see naught but his vision, who registersPsychology2, 605:in an emotional sense and for the relief of the mystic's own spiritual distress and desire forPsychology2, 605:of a thought form, expressing all that the mystic desires to contact or to see expressed. TherePsychology2, 610:of his fellowmen. It is the self-centered mystic who gets into difficulty, as does the occultistPsychology2, 610:experience. The connection then between the mystic and his physical vehicle becomes less and lessPsychology2, 612:the ambitions and the errors of the modern mystic can all be traced to the early stages and thePsychology2, 623:of the pairs of opposites with which the mystic is so constantly concerned and which he hasPsychology2, 624:group coherency and group vitality. The mystic therefore suffers as a result of this condition,Psychology2, 624:and the surety of its touch on life. The mystic and the occultist are frequently passing through aPsychology2, 624:is based on incontrovertible fact. The average mystic and occult student therefore lacks stabilityPsychology2, 710:the psychology of the occultist, who is only the mystic functioning on a higher plane - that of theRays, 69:evolutionary lines. Worship, the attitude of the mystic, must give place to Invocation in the manRays, 71:of duality. It is a word descriptive of the mystic attitude. This attitude embraces the concepts ofRays, 108:is not consciousness or realization, as the mystic feels it, or identification, as the occultistRays, 113:The goal, or rather the result of the mystic and occult way, is the merging of the vertical way ofRays, 115:of synthesis which is occult vision and not mystic vision. These two demands will be the two basicRays, 187:nature. Aspiration, leading to vision and to the mystic Way. Purification, the conscious handlingRays, 198:at all. There is only blackness. To this the mystic has given the name "the dark night of theRays, 198:of the soul." The true dark night (of which the mystic's dark night is only a dim reflection, toRays, 297:illumination. Such are the goals for the mystic, the aspirant and the pledged disciple. TheRays, 365:"spiritual" unfoldment as the rhapsodies of the mystic or the registration by the so-calledRays, 426:is the emanating source of manas. There the mystic must go and become what is called "a spark ofRays, 527:enacted for us the supreme achievements of the mystic way. Then came the Christ and performed aRays, 767:Initiations - Appendix The Crucifixion In the mystic Heart, with its two lobes, lies the key to theReappearance, 33:the world has been helpful. A new type of mystic is coming to be recognized; he differs from theReappearance, 34:this to a greater or less degree, but the modern mystic differs from those in the past in that heReappearance, 34:Hierarchy now illumines the way of the modern mystic, and not simply the light of his own soul;Soul, 20:idle and dreaming speculations of the visionary mystic. The result of its efforts has been toSoul, 90:the errors and deductions of the visionary mystic and the superstitions of the religiousSoul, 132:the Beloved, the One, or God, or Christ. The mystic flagellated and misused his body throughSoul, 134:seal on world thought. Hitherto the way of the mystic has been the way of the majority, and the waySoul, 146:prove that the subjective states to which the mystic and seer testify are simply demonstrations ofTelepathy, 77:which is somewhat humiliating for the Western mystic and occult student. The World Scriptures
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