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

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Astrology, 16:assuming the position of the spiritual Observer, and by cultivating the power to respond to theAstrology, 220:wheel of life and assumes the attitude of the Observer in contradistinction to that of theAstrology, 309:the Leo person is significantly the true observer, detached from the material side of life, butAstrology, 414:consciously aware - like a detached onlooking Observer - of these energies and their expressingDiscipleship1, 130:the habit of mind, the trained attitude of the Observer of life, of people and of yourself. YouDiscipleship1, 178:taught. In no profession is the attitude of the observer more required than in the teachingDiscipleship1, 194:the constant cultivation of the attitude of the observer, of the one who assumes and holds theDiscipleship1, 247:a fourth activity might be added - that of the Observer, of the soul on its own plane, perceivingDiscipleship1, 256:stand detached, comes the power which the divine Observer can wield if he does not identify himselfDiscipleship1, 279:mind be deliberately applied. Remain ever the Observer, using the concrete mind as a divinelyDiscipleship1, 287:continue to hold with care the attitude of the Observer and do not identify yourself with theDiscipleship1, 316:to rest in pure being, and to become the true Observer. These qualities of steadiness with theDiscipleship1, 442:certain reactions and responses whereby you, the Observer, can learn. Your weaknesses and equallyDiscipleship1, 442:on, that of the Beholder, the Perceiver, and the Observer, leading - upon the Path of DiscipleshipDiscipleship1, 442:at the assumption of the position of the Observer, making it a habit of your life. To this end, youDiscipleship1, 442:this instruction a review on the attitude of the Observer which may be of assistance to you as youDiscipleship1, 443:your mind and brain. First month - I am the Observer, who dwells ever at the center. Second month -Discipleship1, 443:Disciples - W.O.I. REVIEW ON THE ATTITUDE OF THE OBSERVER What constitutes a review? Am I confusingDiscipleship1, 444:what I mean when I regard myself as an Observer? What or who is the Observer? What is underDiscipleship1, 444:regard myself as an Observer? What or who is the Observer? What is under observation? Am I capableDiscipleship1, 444:If I use this review on the attitude of the Observer as it should be used, What will be the effectDiscipleship1, 444:the spiritual man? Can I offer this organ to the observer to use? Can I hold my mind steady in theDiscipleship1, 444:mind steady in the light which streams from the Observer? Can I hold it as the searchlight of theDiscipleship1, 444:in the Self? Observation is a power of the Observer. It works in [445] with the mind.Discipleship1, 445:the power of observation and the wisdom of the Observer when others need it? I am the redeemer ofDiscipleship1, 445:me? In what fashion will the observation of the Observer bring changes in my life, my habits, andDiscipleship1, 445:been in conscious contact at any moment with the Observer? What activities and qualities of myDiscipleship1, 445:How does the assumption of the attitude of the Observer assist my fellowmen? In what way can I mostDiscipleship1, 468:affects your personality. You are definitely the observer and "look out upon a world distressed."Discipleship1, 509:You will be fast attaining the attitude of the Observer, of the one who looks on - knowing himselfDiscipleship1, 592:peculiar line. The duty of a hierarchical Observer (such as myself) is only to indicate - after theDiscipleship1, 625:and of the highly placed and rather separate Observer in the top of the tower. Perhaps my use ofDiscipleship2, 13:behavior which may have caused concern to the Observer within. This however is but the reaction ofDiscipleship2, 78:himself add a third: his own position as the Observer. He is thus exposed to criticism and [79]Discipleship2, 129:and consciously, assume the attitude of the Observer. This also involves three stages: Observe theDiscipleship2, 264:living subjectively; it is living as an outer observer who looks within. To live subjectively meansDiscipleship2, 265:time not the directing energy, but the conscious Observer, the Soul, whether cosmic, solar orDiscipleship2, 575:enough to have reached the stage of a detached observer. This detachment you can frequently attain.Discipleship2, 623:to two things: The point in evolution of the Observer, which determines very largely the field ofDiscipleship2, 623:of a measure of discrimination which enables the Observer to realize that he is undergoing anDiscipleship2, 686:the part. Take up the position mentally of the Observer. Your fourth ray mind should enable you toDiscipleship2, 687:transmuted into soul love. Then still as the Observer, see the reversal of the earlier process. TheDiscipleship2, 687:is dependent upon your ability as a spiritual observer to preserve mental continuity as you do it.Externalisation, 148:lives from the angle of the trained spiritual Observer. I would like to touch briefly and for a fewExternalisation, 475:aloof and take the position of the onlooker, the observer? Should it stand superior to the deeds ofFire, 580:of the law is not so apparent to the superficial observer. On the path of involution it controlsGlamour, 17:holding simultaneously the attitude of the Observer on the high plane of the soul. No constructiveGlamour, 190:disciple to assume the attitude of the detached Observer and an agent of the Plan. When thisGlamour, 243:these he directs from the altitude of the divine Observer and through the attainment of detachment.Glamour, 253:All this is carried forward as the mental observer. He becomes conscious of the quality of theGlamour, 262:enables the aspirant to [262] become truly the Observer and to know with surety what he is doing;Glamour, 262:liberated and is essentially at all times the Observer and User of the apparatus of manifestation.Healing, 81:originator and it is only the limitations of the observer which lead him to ascribe the causes ofHealing, 224:to the code of ethics and standards of the observer, produce an entirely new situation with whichHealing, 225:disease, ending in death. To the trained occult observer, it is as if humanity - as a whole - isHealing, 428:so from the point of view of the onlooker or observer. I sought there to indicate what the attitudeHealing, 445:Vol. V. Life is approached from the angle of the Observer, and not from that of a participator inHealing, 673:and refers to the function of the soul as an Observer in the three worlds and the completedHealing, 673:and the completed all-round picture such an observer gradually attains. This is brought about byHealing, 674:the channel, thus preparing the way for the Observer to see truly; the disciple then functions as aMagic, 601:assume and consistently hold the position of the Observer, detached from the mechanism ofMagic, 604:that he will live ever in the "seat of the Observer", and from that point and attitude will directMagic, 609:through developing the power to be a trained Observer. I commend these words to all aspirants. ItPatanjali, 13:of the soul to hold steadily the position of observer, or perceiver and of seer. When he can doPatanjali, 152:The Seer Sight That which is seen, The Observer Observation That which is observed, The SpectatorPatanjali, 415:one who observes. This perceiver, thinker and observer is the immortal imperishable ego, the soulPatanjali, 416:The Thinker. The Christ. God in incarnation. The Observer, Perceiver. The Self. The Son of Mind.Psychology1, 117:cooperation, then you may pass from the stage of Observer to that of Communicator. This will happenPsychology2, 24:attitude of the Onlooker and of the perceiving Observer. It beholds and interprets. In the earlyPsychology2, 343:the task ahead. An investigation, by the divine Observer of the nature of form life. DivinePsychology2, 426:is brought about by the fact that there Is an Observer. This Observer, at certain points in thePsychology2, 426:by the fact that there Is an Observer. This Observer, at certain points in the normal developmentPsychology2, 426:the realization that there are cleavages. This Observer suffers because of their existence in hisPsychology2, 426:to heal them without aid from the soul, the Observer, the higher aspect of himself. For instance, aPsychology2, 639:it is coming to be recognized by the intelligent observer of world affairs. Nothing that is hereRays, 4:with the realization that he is only the Observer, the Perceiver and Actor. A close considerationRays, 99:that life is approached from the angle of the Observer and not from that of a participator inRays, 99:and experience in the three worlds. This Observer is different to the Observer on the probationaryRays, 99:three worlds. This Observer is different to the Observer on the probationary Path. Most of theRays, 133:enhanced perception of the spiritual observer and worker become possible and apparent. Much, veryRays, 453:of the Self, the Knower, the Beholder, the Observer. When, therefore, man enters upon the Path, heTelepathy, 101:and steady holding of the attitude of the Observer. It is developed through the attainment ofTelepathy, 101:attainment of detachment - the detachment of the Observer from all desires and longings whichTelepathy, 101:be obvious to you that the use of the word "observer" involves the concept of duality and,
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