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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - PERCEIVES
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Astrology, 247:He who relates. The Source of Duality. He who perceives the end from the beginning. SpiritualAstrology, 307:can usually attain his goal, once he accurately perceives that objective. This sign has frequentlyBethlehem, 58:I come to birth in age after age. "He who thus perceives My birth and work as divine, as in truthBethlehem, 87:he feels as a wish from within , and what he perceives as the arrangement without, and as bothBethlehem, 143:with the Divine Consciousness; for a time he perceives and feels, no longer as the person, but asDiscipleship2, 252:was the goal of initiation in earlier aeons and perceives these things normally and as anDiscipleship2, 253:and the starting point, now the modern disciple perceives likewise many of the intermediate stages,Discipleship2, 253:has ever been able to do. But now he also perceives and recognizes his brother in the light, andDiscipleship2, 261:the mountain top and from that point of altitude perceives the thought of God, visions the dreamDiscipleship2, 372:disciple as he stands within the ashram and perceives - as a result of the initiatory process - theDiscipleship2, 436:comes a point of revelation where the initiate perceives and records as a definite revelation theEducation, 117:Instinctively and mystically, humanity perceives that need with a clear definiteness. The instinctFire, 1232:seer (see-er) has then become pure vision. He perceives but as yet comprehends not the nature ofGlamour, 94:the substance or matter. The dweller in the body perceives wrongly: he interprets incorrectly thatHealing, 688:teacher of occultism and esotericism when he perceives how easily unimportant people and beginnersHercules, 132:hand, he cognizes high ideals; on the other, he perceives them repudiated. At this midway point heIntellect, 138:the physical brain that which the soul itself perceives as It looks outward upon those new fieldsIntellect, 142:Man on the physical plane simultaneously also perceives, and true meditation and contemplation forIntellect, 144:forever with the bondage of the senses, he perceives in every manifestation of life a sacramentalIntellect, 189:accurately as 'intellectual intuition'), he perceives (or rather conceives, not rationally orMagic, 63:of the form life will not touch him. He then perceives the narrow-edged razor path which leads fromPatanjali, 19:aspect is incorrect knowledge. The soul alone perceives correctly; the soul alone has the power toPatanjali, 39:of that which the self (in its true nature) perceives and knows. He enters into the world ofPatanjali, 39:"Father in Heaven" and discern what that monad perceives. The first form of realization comes toPatanjali, 108:created by the guides of the race and justly perceives them. The super contemplative state. In thisPatanjali, 112:with the mind and thus with that which the mind perceives, produces an understanding of the naturePatanjali, 154:himself as the Perceiver and that which he perceives as his forms and their world of being. ThePatanjali, 161:of effects assumes a secondary position. He perceives first the forms in the three worlds.Patanjali, 166:with the mind and thus with that which the mind perceives, produces an understanding of the naturePatanjali, 167:and the nature of the phenomenal world which he perceives, contacts and uses. The organ ofPatanjali, 167:in the earlier stages with that also which he perceives through its use. He regards the phenomenalPatanjali, 261:Man on the physical plane simultaneously also perceives, and true meditation and contemplation forPatanjali, 279:himself with causes and not with effects. He perceives that which causes the tangible to appear,Patanjali, 417:also of all that which the self knows and perceives. The field of knowledge is seen and known. TheRays, 463:but the registering of that which the soul perceives by the soul itself. This is later registeredSoul, 44:Is on his way attended; [44] At length the Man perceives it die away, And fade into the light of
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