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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - OBJECT
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Patanjali, 229:from that which has hitherto been their object. This sutra summarizes for us the work done in thePatanjali, 234:of the chitta (mind stuff) upon a particular object. This is dharana. 2. Sustained concentrationPatanjali, 234:meditation (or samadhi) which is not based on an object. It is free from the effects of thePatanjali, 234:13. Through this process the aspects of every object are known, their characteristics (or form),Patanjali, 234:and realized. 14. The characteristics of every object are acquired, manifesting or latent. 15. ThePatanjali, 234:The Sound (or word), that which it denotes (the object) and the embodied spiritual essence (orPatanjali, 234:people become apparent. 20. As, however, the object of those thoughts is not apparent to thePatanjali, 234:perceiver, he sees only the thought and not the object. His meditation excludes the tangible. 21.Patanjali, 234:of the chitta (mind stuff) upon a particular object. This is dharana. We have now reached the partPatanjali, 244:ability to keep bringing the mind back to that "object" upon which the aspirant has chosen toPatanjali, 244:can be stated as follows: The choice of some "object" upon which to concentrate, The withdrawing ofPatanjali, 244:mind, or the paying of close attention to the object chosen for concentration, The visualization ofPatanjali, 244:for concentration, The visualization of that object, imaginative perception of it and logicalPatanjali, 244:form side. He begins however with the form or "object." Objects upon which to concentrate are ofPatanjali, 246:This clear, one-pointed, still perception of an object, without any other object or thoughtPatanjali, 246:still perception of an object, without any other object or thought entering into one'sPatanjali, 247:in "fixing the mind" at will on any particular object. It falls under the same rules and conditionsPatanjali, 247:the capacity to focus the mind steadily upon an object, the next step is developing the power toPatanjali, 247:stuff or chitta unwaveringly occupied with that object or thought for a prolonged period. ThePatanjali, 247:This meditation is still with seed or with an object. Dvivedi says in his comment on this sutra:Patanjali, 247:is the entire fixing of the mind on the object thought of (to the extent of making it one with it).Patanjali, 247:at the time, be conscious only of itself and the object." The man's attitude becomes pure fixedPatanjali, 247:sight of and the brain is conscious only of the object which is the topic or seed of meditation,Patanjali, 247:the mind is formulating in connection with that object. [248] Patanjali, 248:this sutra is to realize that every form or object is a manifested life of some kind or another. InPatanjali, 248:in which he is conscious of himself and of the object of his meditation are entirely mentalPatanjali, 249:with the soul of that form which has been the object of his meditation. Unhindered by the mindPatanjali, 250:process he can focus that light on any object he chooses and come "en rapport" with the light whichPatanjali, 250:and come "en rapport" with the light which that object is hiding. That light is then known to bePatanjali, 252:the yogi has learnt to differentiate between the object and that which the object veils or hides.Patanjali, 252:between the object and that which the object veils or hides. He has learnt to pierce through allPatanjali, 257:meditation (or samadhi) which is not based on an object. It is free from the effects of thePatanjali, 257:and forgotten. Now comes the final stage, the object of all yoga practices, where unity is knownPatanjali, 259:he attempts to meditate: 1. He is aware of the object of his meditation. This excites or impressesPatanjali, 259:or mind stuff into shapes corresponding to the object seen. [259] 2. He then becomes aware of thePatanjali, 259:time they become simultaneous. Recognition of an object and the immediate control of the responsivePatanjali, 261:and because the mind is controlled and the [261] object seen excites no response, the true identityPatanjali, 263:worlds. His attention is focused upon a specific object, and primarily upon the reality orPatanjali, 263:or subjective life, veiled by the form of the object. He is likewise unconscious of himself, thePatanjali, 263:for the perceiving consciousness is aware of the object in a most comprehensive manner. The sum ofPatanjali, 264:energy which has called that [264] particular object into manifestation. This is revealed by thePatanjali, 264:of the mind being steadily directed upon that object. The perceiving consciousness is also aware ofPatanjali, 264:but it is not the realization of the object so much as a realization of unity with, orPatanjali, 264:not simply unity with the life in one specific object. Patanjali, 264:13. Through this process the aspects of every object are known, their characteristics (or form),Patanjali, 264:words: "...we get a twofold view of this object, seeing at once all its individual characteristics,Patanjali, 265:the time equation or of the relationship of the object to its environment. 1. Characteristics ofPatanjali, 265:Its occult color. 2. Symbolic nature. Every object is but the symbol of a reality. The differencePatanjali, 266:yogi one-pointedly concentrates on the form, or object, meditates on its quality (the subjectivePatanjali, 267:and its Results 14. The characteristics of every object are acquired, manifesting or latent. MuchPatanjali, 268:This is the total chord which the soul of that object is as yet capable of sounding. The particularPatanjali, 268:note in the acquired chord which the soul of the object has chosen to sound. That which is latentPatanjali, 271:The Sound (or word), that which it denotes (the object) and the embodied spiritual essence (orPatanjali, 271:sutras in the book, and holds the key to the object of the entire meditation process. This is toPatanjali, 272:Spiritual Essence II. The Sound or Word III. The Object 1. Spirit 1. The Soul. 1. Body 2. Pneuma 2.Patanjali, 280:achieved and its Results 20. As however the object of those thoughts is not apparent to thePatanjali, 280:perceiver, he sees only the thought and not the object. His meditation excludes the tangible. AllPatanjali, 283:in line with the rays of light reflected from an object - such as a human body the latter will bePatanjali, 284:other an essential element in the seeing of any object." This entire process is only possible asPatanjali, 300:their thinking and in regions below there is no object obscure to their thought." They know allPatanjali, 301:path. Of this no more need be said, as the object of Raja Yoga is to enable a man to find the lightPatanjali, 352:senses but as a sixth sense also. This is the object of all Raja Yoga practice. Through the mind,Patanjali, 369:and the support of the outward going life or object, when these cease to attract then the formsPatanjali, 396:and the support of the outward-going life or object, when these cease to attract, then the formsPatanjali, 397:mental vitality. 4. The outward going life the object. When the cause, desire, has produced itsPatanjali, 397:words "the support of the outward going life, or object" for it substantiates the occult teachingPatanjali, 397:from the originating cause and finds its object or final manifestation in the vital or etheric bodyPatanjali, 398:the effect, the will to be and the true form or object. For a long period in the evolutionaryPatanjali, 398:a long period in the evolutionary process the object or form-existence is the sole interest of thePatanjali, 401:of the mind are all turned towards the same object. When the condition is reversed and the man onPatanjali, 404:in some respects. Yet no two people see an object in exactly the same way, "Things" or forms ofPatanjali, 404:the reflections of our thinking principle, would object to such a position. The objection could notPatanjali, 405:than one person saying that he has seen the same object as is seen by another. This would provePatanjali, 405:by another. This would prove that though the object is one, the cognizers are many. ThisPatanjali, 405:This circumstance proves the distinction of the object and the mind. Again the seer and the sight,Patanjali, 405:the seer and the sight, i. e., the mind and the object or the instrument of knowledge and thePatanjali, 405:object or the instrument of knowledge and the object of knowledge cannot be one and the same, forPatanjali, 408:most ably by Charles Johnston in the words: "An object is perceived or it is not perceived,Patanjali, 408:mind is, or is not, tinged with the color of the object." We see what we are ourselves; we becomePatanjali, 415:the perceiver is to be found, and behind the object of observation lies the one who observes. ThisProblems, 50:outstanding figures who are, even today, the object of universal veneration - Lao Tze, Confucius,Problems, 120:true goodwill (not tolerance) towards the object of their prejudice, towards the man of an alienPsychology1, 66:love. Quality - radiance. Draw to thyself the object of thy search. Pull forth into the light ofPsychology1, 70:revelation and brilliance. This now becomes the object of his search. [71] He has mastered the usesPsychology1, 89:the personal self for the good of all, with the object in view of harmony and beauty, impelledPsychology1, 122:(misplaced or not) followed some particular object, person or idea. With it passes, therefore,Psychology1, 163:VI Devotion. Bhakti Yoga. Necessity for an object. Mars. Rose. Blue. VII Ceremonial order.Psychology2, 160:upon the Path of Discipleship. Such is the object set before all the students of the esotericPsychology2, 329:to signify aspiration which has a natural object in the consciousness of man, confining the wordPsychology2, 335:ray of fanatical idealism or devotion to an object of his idealism, and who had functioned duringPsychology2, 552:Later, a carefully controlled process with the object of stimulating the thymus gland and itsPsychology2, 562:it is necessary to bear in mind that the whole object of the senses is to reveal the not-self, andPsychology2, 648:men. To this group, no government or church can object. Danger lies in laying down rules and inPsychology2, 743:visionary idealistic mystics, working towards an object which may appear inaccessible, but towardsReappearance, 93:hold before the eyes of men everywhere. The main object of the Hierarchy is so to distribute theseSoulperilous and profound. It becomes as a whole an object of value, of beauty or deformity, of graceSoul, 49:and no consideration of the consequences. The object attacked acted like a red rag waved at a bullSoul, 51:must at least admit that, with the mechanism the object of all study, it should eventually [52] beSoul, 65:"Now, the probability is that every sensible object has both a material and an etheric counterpart.Soul, 67:end as a world of 'mind,' or 'spirit.' With this object it works in and through matter, infusing
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