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Healing, 457:a rational understanding of the death process. - Page 500. Healing, 459:is in process of destroying its habitation. - Page 505. If there is one factor aspirants recognize,Healing, 459:Light and Life are found. Thus illusion ends. - Page 308. Letters on Occult Meditation: A MasterHealing, 460:to the mount whence Ascension may be made. - Page 261. Healing, 560:(A Treatise on the Seven Rays, Vol. II, Page 520-625.) Mental Science is right in its recognitionHercules, 205:Philosophic Basis of Mysticism by T.H. Hughes, page 46. Initiationand abundantly." - Secret Doctrine, Vol. III, page 401. [vii] The subject of Initiation is one thatInitiation, 3:already gifted with certain properties... " (page 48). This matter, therefore, we deduce, heldInitiation, 67:in "A Study in Consciousness," by Mrs. Besant, page 27, may be helpful in explaining some mattersInitiation, 218:and, by this means, in the world. (See diagram page 48.) Initiations From the Latin root meaningIntellect, 4:- Carpenter, Edward, The Art of Creation, page 7. Herein lies the glory and hope of the race andIntellect, 5:mind." - Overstreet, H.A., The Enduring Quest, page 271. Both schools have hitherto tended toIntellect, 5:Jung, Dr. C.G., The Secret of the Golden Flower, page 136. Dr. Hocking of Harvard also brings usIntellect, 5:- Hocking, Wm. E., Self, Its Body and Freedom, page 75. Those who have studied in both schools tellIntellect, 7:Jung, Dr. C.G., The Secret of the Golden Flower, page 78. Intellect, 8:Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 85. As we shall see later, it is the thoughtIntellect, 12:bound." - Jacks, L.P., Religious Perplexities, page 46. Intellect, 14:Charles A., A Philosophical Study of Mysticism, page 81. Down the ages they have come forth andIntellect, 15:resides." - Pupin, Michael, The New Reformation, page 217. Intellect, 26:- Carr, H. Wildon, Philosophy of Change, page 21. We rate the science of the mind or theIntellect, 26:Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 128. [27] And he adds in another place thatIntellect, 29:of Asiatic Thought, i.e., Of All Religions, page 12. Both East and West seem to feel that anIntellect, 33:Dean, The Meaning of a Liberal Education, Page VIII, Preface. This definition necessarily opens theIntellect, 37:- Overstreet, H.A., The Enduring Quest, page 114. Men are now perhaps ready to penetrate beneathIntellect, 38:joy." - Morgan, C. Lloyd, Life, Mind and Spirit, page X, Preface. In Dr. Hocking's notable bookIntellect, 50:Count Hermann, Creative Understanding, page 180. It might be stated here as sine qua non that onlyIntellect, 50:- Hall, W. Winslow, M.D., Illuminanda, page 218. This is the goal of the meditation process - toIntellect, 51:Count Hermann, Creative Understanding, page 125. But to do this, there must be a clearIntellect, 55:- Morgan, C. Lloyd, Life, Mind and Spirit, page 35. Earlier in the same book he says that: "Each ofIntellect, 55:- Morgan, C. Lloyd, Life, Mind and Spirit, page 32. It is this revelation of Deity that is the goalIntellect, 57:- Bailey, Alice, The Soul and its Mechanism, page 62. There is also another body which is composedIntellect, 70:Charles A., A Philosophical Study of Mysticism, page 192. This thought confines the whole ideaIntellect, 75:lives." - Overstreet, H.A., The Enduring Quest, page 265. Again, we might define meditation as theIntellect, 76:- Jeans, Sir James, The Universe Around Us, page 339. Intellect, 77:to see God." - Pfeiffer, Franz, Meister Eckhart, page 114. Thus, East and West teach the same ideaIntellect, 82:eternity." - Guénon, René, Man and His Becoming, page 37. Through the ordered stages of theIntellect, 83:light." - Pfeiffer, Franz, Meister Eckhart, page 191. [84] It is this light that the process ofIntellect, 85:to unity..." - Pfeiffer, Franz, Meister Eckhart, page 40. The words of Dr. Charles Whitby, theIntellect, 86:import." - Guénon, René, Man and His Becoming, page X. Thus it will be seen that the claims madeIntellect, 94:Upward, Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse, page 508. Intellect, 98:S. J., Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, page 166. Here we have the subordination of theIntellect, 102:- Morgan, C. Lloyd, Emergent Evolution, page 37. Here we have the idea of the divine purpose, theIntellect, 106:S. J., Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, page 90. The question may be asked, what is theIntellect, 120:- Fischer, Ludwig, The Structure of Thought, page 135. [121] If perception and sensuousIntellect, 121:Sellars, Dr. Roy Wood, Evolutionary Naturalism, page 300. But this idea fails to satisfy theIntellect, 122:other." - Morgan, C. Lloyd, Emergent Evolution, page 291. He sums up his own point of view inIntellect, 123:- Morgan, C. Lloyd, Life, Mind, and Spirit, page 32. God reveals His purpose through the activityIntellect, 124:- Fischer, Ludwig, The Structure of Thought, page 361. We have reached the stage in our study ofIntellect, 128:- Otto, Rudolf, The Idea of the Holy, page 7. The word "numinous," we are told, comes from theIntellect, 128:of spiritual experience." - Otto, Rudolf, Ibid., page XVII of Translator's Preface. His translator,Intellect, 128:as 'the within' man." - Otto, Rudolf, Ibid., page XV of Translator's Preface. Through attention toIntellect, 129:their significance." - Chaplin, F. K., The Soul, page 63. The conquest of the kingdom of the soulIntellect, 132:contemplation." - Underhill, Evelyn, Mysticism, page 58. Intellect, 136:Charles A., A Philosophical Study of Mysticism, page 62. He speaks later on in the same chapter ofIntellect, 138:- Blavatsky, H. P., The Secret Doctrine, Vol. I, page 80. This, in the academic language ofIntellect, 139:R. P., S. J., Graces of Interior Prayer, page 272. Contemplation has been described, as a psychicIntellect, 139:of the divine light." - Puglisi, Mario, Prayer, page 181. Francois Malaval, who lived and wrote inIntellect, 140:Method of Raising the Soul to Contemplation, page 102. Through this gateway of vision the manIntellect, 148:and Jung, C.G., The Secret of the Golden Flower, Page 57). These characteristics of illuminationIntellect, 152:- Hall, W. Winslow, M.D., Illuminanda, page 93. Dr. Otto deals with this in his [153] exegesis ofIntellect, 153:be one." - Hall, W. Winslow, M.D., Illuminanda, page 94. We are thus brought back to the idea ofIntellect, 153:Whole." - Hall, W. Winslow, M.D. Illuminanda, page 21. Let us attempt at this point to express asIntellect, 155:of happiness." - Underhill, Evelyn, Mysticism, page 206. The illumination of the mind withIntellect, 158:Richard, Mysteries of the Soul, page 336. Personal feeling is ruled out. The aspirant masters theIntellect, 158:eternity." - Pfeiffer, Franz, Meister Eckhart, page 286. These distinctions should be carefullyIntellect, 160:fact." - Hall, W. Winslow, MD., Illuminanda, page 19. [161] These results on the triple instrumentIntellect, 162:powers." - Underhill, Evelyn, Mysticism, page 311. Intellect, 162:S. J., Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, page 98. One of the most notable and suggestiveIntellect, 163:Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 85. and he quotes Dr. Jung as saying that itIntellect, 163:- Carr, H. Wildon, Philosophy of Change, page 21. The intuition, he tells us "is interested inIntellect, 163:Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 132. In a particularly clear passage, heIntellect, 163:Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 130. Here we have the mechanism guided andIntellect, 164:Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 165. This position is closely paralleled withIntellect, 167:The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse, page 629. Contrariwise, it may produce the mysticalIntellect, 168:high things." - Underhill, Evelyn, Mysticism, page 431. The same writer goes on to tell us what,Intellect, 168:blotted out." - Underhill, Evelyne, Mysticism, page 434. It will be noted how the idea of desire,Intellect, 179:nature." - Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, page 239. Intellect, 182:R. P., S. J., The Grams of Interior Prayer, page 80. All other factors below the spiritual realityIntellect, 183:- Bailey, Alice, The Soul and Its Mechanism, page 130. It is interesting here to note theIntellect, 185:W. Y., Tibet's Great Yogi, Milarepa, page 5. Intellect, 188:Suzuki, Daisetz Taitaro, Essays in Zen Buddhism, page 47. The term Prajna used above is veryIntellect, 189:Quoted by Guénon, René, in Man and His Becoming, page 254 The Yogi, or the one who has achievedIntellect, 202:- Beard, Charles A., Whither Mankind, page 41. Our idea as to what constitutes spirituality hasIntellect, 205:Max, Theosophy or Psychological Religion, page 284. St. Paul emphasizes the same truth when heMagic, 257:for Purity Rule number nine is found on page 1017 in A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, and the commentMagic, 553:behind the Maltese cross. At the bottom of the page whereon this symbol is found are fourMeditation, 115:that enter through the eye from the printed page, or through the ear from the lips of any teacherPatanjali, 317:is pictured for us by Charles Johnston on page 123 of his edition. He says: "This divining power ofPsychology1them all." - The Secret Doctrine, Vol. I., page 80. (Third Edition) Three Souls, One Man ThreePsychology1, 180:the power of the written word, of the printed page, is felt. In the field of politics, the massesPsychology1, 236:- Patanjali: III.42. (The Light of the Soul, page 338.) Here it is apparent how valuable is thePsychology1, See pa:are not yet ready for individualization." [See page 164 for a different enumeration of the rays.Psychology2, 150:of petals which compose the egoic lotus. (See page 823 of A Treatise on Cosmic Fire) Psychology2, 152:Sacrifice and Death. (A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, page 569.) These seven laws concern the form sidePsychology2, 162:Dispassion, Discipline, Decentralization. One page given to each definition should suffice, if itPsychology2, 202:been stated, in A Treatise on Cosmic Fire (See page 855.) Lotuses of revelation. Lotuses withPsychology2, 665:be undertaken through the medium of the printed page and later, when trained people are available,Psychology2, 665:and learn through the eye, through the printed page, and later through a sensing of the vision.Rays, 12:appears in Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. I, page 671-773). Students at this time would do wellRays, 18:for Applicants, (Initiation, Human and Solar, Page 192-208), summarizing the past propositions and
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