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

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Meditation, 244:they will study as follows: The condition of the nervous system, giving particular attention to theMeditation, 245:study of psychology and in the comprehension of nervous diseases and troubles and their linkingMeditation, 247:definitely affect certain diseases, cure certain nervous troubles, eradicate certain nervousMeditation, 247:cure certain nervous troubles, eradicate certain nervous tendencies, tend to the building of newMeditation, 247:increases the flow of prana. Rose acts upon the nervous system and tends to vitalization, and toPatanjali, 134:the ego or knower, much in the same way as the nervous system telegraphs to the brain the externalPatanjali, 174:human vehicle, the greater the response of the nervous system to the pairs of opposites, pain andPatanjali, 327:is a close connection between the mind and the nervous system so that we have an interestingPatanjali, 327:an interesting triplicity, The mind, The brain, Nervous system, and this triplicity must bePatanjali, 328:Pervading the whole body is that sum total of nervous force, called by the Hindu, prana. It isPatanjali, 328:of the man; its medium of distribution is the nervous system through certain great distributingPatanjali, 330:When a man becomes polarized there, then the nervous force or energy found in the top of the headPsychology1, 5:of expression and can express no more than his nervous system, brain and glands permit. We find,Psychology1, 58:by the internal organisms in the body, by the nervous system, by the brain, and by the entity wePsychology1, 90:for by man's present equipment of brain, nervous system and the endocrine system. All these inPsychology1, 94:a function of the brain and of the allied nervous system, or shall we accept the idea of aPsychology1, 98:and hence also the increase among men of nervous tension, of neurotic conditions, and of thePsychology1, 98:the psychiatrist; hence also the spread of new nervous and mental diseases. This sensitivity is thePsychology1, 119:and of the interactions existing between the nervous system, the glandular system, the muscles, andPsychology1, 251:that marvelous response apparatus we call the nervous system, the brain, and the five senses whichPsychology1, 326:response of the endocrine system, governs the nervous system in its threefold capacity, and alsoPsychology1, 371:differences are largely in the realm of the nervous systems; not enough attention has been paid forPsychology1, 372:entry has produced the adequate changes in the nervous system, it will not be possible for more toPsychology1, 419:Element: Fire. "Fire by friction." Sensation: Nervous system. "It is known." Bodily location:Psychology1, 426:that marvellous response apparatus we call the nervous system, the brain, and the five senses,Psychology2, 62:through the medium of the brain and the nervous system. 2. The directive activity of the soul, orPsychology2, 63:and interpenetrate the entire body and the nervous system and are in reality the actuating power ofPsychology2, 63:and are in reality the actuating power of the nervous system. Their responsiveness to impacts,Psychology2, 63:outer and inner, is unbelievably great. The nervous reactions of the disciple and highly developedPsychology2, 64:whose etheric body is in close rapport with his nervous system, is beyond the averagePsychology2, 336:awareness. Step by step, the unfoldment of the nervous system has paralleled that of the innerPsychology2, 411:It will be obvious to you also that much of our nervous disease, our inhibitions, suppressions,Psychology2, 430:leading sometimes to disaster, to forms of nervous or mental breakdown, and to generally chaoticPsychology2, 434:The brain, from whence certain aspects of the nervous system are directed and controlled, first byPsychology2, 434:directing and controlling certain aspects of the nervous system, and which is in large part thePsychology2, 453:development. To all this, the stimulation of the nervous system of the subject responds and hencePsychology2, 464:must be made or psychological, psychopathic, and nervous difficulties will inevitably supervene.Psychology2, 469:too long a period, it produces mental strain, nervous breakdown and sometimes permanent difficulty.Psychology2, 514:and sometimes of insanity. Certain nervous complaints, affecting at times the muscular equipmentPsychology2, 514:use them effectively in outer service. Forms of nervous inflammation and neuritis will be regardedPsychology2, 515:attempt to understand the causes of many of the nervous complaints and pathological conditionsPsychology2, 533:thus having a powerful effect upon the entire nervous system which it underlies in all parts. ThePsychology2, 533:subtle counterpart of the physical body in its nervous structure and the energy centers conditionPsychology2, 536:difficulties connected with the autonomic nervous system, particularly in relation to the vagusPsychology2, 537:of trouble. It produces a great deal of the nervous difficulties to which women are particularlyPsychology2, 539:centers) from each other. This causes serious nervous trouble, inflammation of the tissues, spinalPsychology2, 539:full of dreams, visions and fears, and highly nervous. This produces widespread gastricPsychology2, 540:Cleavage, astralism, delusions, hallucinations, nervous disorders of every kind and difficulties ofPsychology2, 545:Why is there frequently so [545] much illness, nervous trouble and various pathological conditionsPsychology2, 552:with the solar plexus, is a fruitful source of nervous trouble to the mystic and advanced aspirant.Psychology2, 552:affects the vagus nerve and the autonomic nervous system with all that that involves and we arePsychology2, 552:leading to a much better functioning of the nervous system and of the vagus nerve which controlsPsychology2, 554:world) and certain forms of brain trouble and nervous disorders, its power is mostly seen in itsPsychology2, 579:or to hinder it is working out in the form of nervous diseases and pathological conditions and thisPsychology2, 579:in the form of diseases, lesions, nervous troubles and brain afflictions and the many other ways inPsychology2, 579:and, therefore, no undue strain is put upon the nervous system and the brain. There is what I mightPsychology2, 583:man, it frequently produces great difficulty, nervous tension, brain disturbance and alwaysPsychology2, 590:danger is of a serious nature, producing great nervous tension or excessive debility, extreme carePsychology2, 590:psychic activity going on, or where there is a nervous breakdown and loss of mental grip andPsychology2, 591:channels of force which underlie the entire nervous system of man. Of this they are the counterpartPsychology2, 600:was often so excessive that it led not only to nervous debility, trance conditions and otherRays, 451:awareness throughout the body by means of the nervous system. [452] These two energy factors, whichSoul, 16:which we dignify with the words energy - whether nervous, atomic or vital, - force, ethericSoul, 20:largely ruled out in favor of the organism, the nervous apparatus, and of the endocrine system. TheSoul, 21:it studies experience as dependent upon the nervous system, whereas physics studies experience asSoul, 21:as though existing independently of the nervous system. Psychology should, therefore, be classifiedSoul, 21:human experience considered as dependent upon a nervous system.' ... Psychology studies the totalSoul, 21:only at the moment when it affects the (human) nervous system, whereas physics studies the totalSoul, 21:beyond the moment when it affects the (human) nervous system. - Hunter, Walter S., Psychologies ofSoul, 26:quality of the "consciousness characterizing His nervous system" was such that He has set His markSoul, 34:warrant closer attention than others, namely the nervous system, and the system of ductless glands,Soul, 34:in the human frame. It is through the nervous system, perhaps the most intricate and wonderful partSoul, 34:Along with this display of incoming and outgoing nervous energy there are parallel activities inSoul, 35:Psychology: Normal and Abnormal, p. 33. The nervous system and muscles may be loosely described asSoul, 35:response to the environment is made, but the nervous system and the ductless glands as theSoul, 39:of the human frame. The blood system and the nervous system pursue their own activities, but areSoul, 39:hormones of the different glands, and the nervous system [40] seems more specifically related toSoul, 51:for in terms of matter. To the glands and to the nervous system, and to the poor or goodSoul, 88:a very delicate substance, enclosed within the nervous system and therefore eluding our senses. ItsSoul, 88:of the internal organs... Recognizing that the nervous system is in close connection withSoul, 103:in the head and from that position governs the nervous system: "It has now been proved, that theSoul, 104:acting on matter." "All the energy of animals is nervous energy till it leaves the muscles and actsSoul, 104:the muscles and acts on outside objects. This nervous energy is called Prana. Western Science hasSoul, 104:a hundred years unsuccessfully tried to explain nervous energy as a form of mechanical motion;Soul, 111:of the body and are in close relation to the nervous system in its three divisions, namely: theSoul, 111:arteries; they apparently underlie the corporeal nervous system. In Man and His Becoming we read:Soul, 111:correspond rather to the ramifications of the nervous system, for they are [112] expresslySoul, 112:the blood as to the caloric quality, and by the nervous system as to the luminous quality. However,Soul, 112:an interesting comment in this connection: "The nervous plexuses of the modern anatomists coincideSoul, 113:of bloodvessels is an exact picture of the nervous system, is, in fact, only its shadow. Like theSoul, 113:and physiology of the central and sympathetic nervous systems; secondly, an account of the TantrikSoul, 113:systems; secondly, an account of the Tantrik nervous system and Chakras; and, lastly, theSoul, 114:with the gangliated cords of the sympathetic nervous system which lie on each side of the vertebralSoul, 117:to be missing; and that extra large clusters of nervous structure are to be found in the region ofSoul, 118:impulses which it distributes from the central nervous system; these do not arise in theSoul, 118:The anatomical arrangement of the central nervous system is excessively intricate, and the eventsSoul, 118:the description of the physiology of the central nervous system we can as yet do little more thanSoul, 118:is said) be reasons to suppose that there are nervous centers in the central system related in aSoul, 123:to result in a peculiarly intractable form of nervous disease. Emotions set up in it violentSoul, 128:realm, namely the endocrine glands and the nervous system, which control the rest of the dense
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