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

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Patanjali, 36:of the organ of the mind will reveal. He gets a perception of what may lie back of the words foundPatanjali, 38:followed by energy, memory, meditation and right perception. In the previous groups of yogins dealtPatanjali, 38:In the previous groups of yogins dealt with, perception was limited to the phenomenal world, [39]Patanjali, 39:by that only the three worlds of mental perception, astral perception and of the physical senses.Patanjali, 39:the three worlds of mental perception, astral perception and of the physical senses. The energiesPatanjali, 41:and the power to transfer that correct perception to the brain of the physical man. This is thePatanjali, 41:the vehicle upon the physical plane. Right perception. The experience of the soul, and thePatanjali, 41:in the building of the Temple of the Lord. The perception referred to here is of such a high [42]Patanjali, 44:principle and is the sublimation of sensuous perception, being the way of intense feeling. ThroughPatanjali, 49:from desire. No longer do the things of sensuous perception on any of the three planes attract orPatanjali, 62:laziness, lack of dispassion, erroneous perception, inability to achieve concentration, failure toPatanjali, 65:questioning is that which is based upon lower perception and the identification of the real manPatanjali, 66:inertia (for it may accompany acute mental perception) as to that slothfulness of the entire lowerPatanjali, 67:be enlarged upon here. Obstacle VII - Erroneous perception This inability to perceive correctly andPatanjali, 68:feeling," the emotional sheath, and is sensuous perception carried to a very advanced condition. ItPatanjali, 68:its higher correspondence, which is spiritual perception, is the very apotheosis of maya orPatanjali, 68:four types of vision are the cause of wrong perception and will only produce illusion and errorPatanjali, 69:a paralleling activity. Spiritual vision or true perception. This type of vision opens up the worldPatanjali, 70:his bodies. By the study of these types of perception, the student will arrive at a justPatanjali, 71:unregenerated mental" nature. The aspirant has a perception of what might be, though the obstaclesPatanjali, 73:Correct analysis. (1.38.) 7. Erroneous perception Illumination. (1.39) These corrections of wrongPatanjali, 84:The thought conveyed is that as the organs of perception and as the sense contacts are continuallyPatanjali, 86:the man participates when immersed in sensuous perception of one kind or another, either ofPatanjali, 93:Divine Self Higher Self Lower Self. Perceiver Perception That which is perceived. Knower KnowledgePatanjali, 97:of Patanjali - Book 1 - The Problem of Union 43. Perception without judicial reasoning is arrivedPatanjali, 98:one which we can only contact through acute perception or clarified sense. In the commentary foundPatanjali, 101:seen, then there is as yet a condition of form perception. Only when all forms and the field ofPatanjali, 104:- Book 1 - The Problem of Union 48. His perception is now unfailingly exact, (or, his mind revealsPatanjali, 106:1 - The Problem of Union 49. This particular perception is unique and reveals that which thePatanjali, 107:impressions. Previous to attaining this true perception, the onlooker has been dependent upon threePatanjali, 108:and an erroneous set of values. Mental perception. Through the use of the mind the onlooker becomesPatanjali, 108:at present the latter. Owing to the erroneous perception brought about through the use of thePatanjali, 108:The super contemplative state. In this condition perception is unfailingly accurate and the otherPatanjali, 110:1 - The Problem of Union 51. When this state of perception is itself also restrained (orPatanjali, 152:in the well-known triplicities: The Perceiver Perception That which is perceived, The ThinkerPatanjali, 153:[153] It must be remembered that the means of perception are the six senses; i.e. hearing, touch,Patanjali, 153:and known for what they are. The means of perception reveal the great maya or world of illusionPatanjali, 157:use a thing of the past. These sixteen means of perception and activity in the phenomenal world arePatanjali, 160:perceiver or thinker is the sum total of all perception, be it through the avenues of the senses orPatanjali, 160:he is in himself knowledge, clear vision or true perception. All that exists in the three worldsPatanjali, 167:he perceives, contacts and uses. The organ of perception is the mind and the five senses, and fromPatanjali, 167:or thinker identifies himself with this organ of perception and in the earlier stages with thatPatanjali, 169:the soul's identifying itself with the organs of perception, and with that which they perceive orPatanjali, 169:world and the use of the outgoing organs of perception covers the period which the real man spendsPatanjali, 183:body, the seat of the desires, of sensory perception and of feeling. Here can be noted the orderlyPatanjali, 194:Book IV. Sutra 17, Patanjali tells us that the perception of a characteristic, of a quality and ofPatanjali, 194:are to be found. This similarity is the basis of perception. The same truth is hinted at in thePatanjali, 196:stages of the great creative process: Correct perception, Accurate construction, and it leads on toPatanjali, 205:order of this control of the organs of physical perception or of the five senses is as follows:Patanjali, 205:five senses is as follows: Correct intellectual perception of the ideal on the mental plane. PurePatanjali, 207:he nears a certain climax which is a sudden perception of the nature of the soul. He gets a visionPatanjali, 230:interest. The various avenues of sense perception are brought into a quiescent condition. ThePatanjali, 230:The withdrawal of the physical consciousness, or perception through hearing, touch, sight, tastePatanjali, 230:touch, sight, taste and smell. These modes of perception become temporarily dormant, and man'sPatanjali, 230:perception become temporarily dormant, and man's perception becomes simply mental and the brainPatanjali, 231:two stages and learn to control the avenues of perception, the five senses. The abstracting of thePatanjali, 234:there will eventuate a steadiness of spiritual perception. 11. The establishing of this habit, andPatanjali, 234:By meditation upon this, arises the intuitive perception of the spiritual nature (the purusha). 36.Patanjali, 234:comes rapidity of action like that of mind, perception independent of the organs, and mastery overPatanjali, 244:of the body, so that the avenues of outer perception and contact (the five senses) are stilled, andPatanjali, 244:The visualization of that object, imaginative perception of it and logical reasoning about it, ThePatanjali, 246:twelve seconds." This clear, one-pointed, still perception of an object, without any other objectPatanjali, 250:Liberation from the three worlds of sense perception, so that only is known and contacted which isPatanjali, 250:in the three worlds. Illumination or perception of the light aspect of manifestation. ThroughPatanjali, 253:therefore described as: [253] 1. Illumination of perception. The light of the soul pours forth andPatanjali, 257:said: "There are therefore these two types of perception: That of living things and that of thePatanjali, 261:only be for a brief second. A flash of intuitive perception, a moment of vision and of illuminationPatanjali, 261:there will eventuate a steadiness of spiritual perception. The point of balance between excitationPatanjali, 278:himself. This is not therefore simply a perception of certain aspects of the records, but aPatanjali, 309:gives him a distaste for the life of sensuous perception. When the aspirant can grasp the placePatanjali, 320:By meditation upon this, arises the intuitive perception of the spiritual nature. Again we havePatanjali, 342:however, two higher forms and two other modes of perception, i.e., the intuitional and spiritualPatanjali, 344:effect. It is that which lies back of all sense perception, and of all the five senses. AnotherPatanjali, 352:comes rapidity of action like that of mind, perception independent of the organs, and mastery overPatanjali, 353:visualized, spoke, and the worlds were made." 2. Perception independent of organs. The adept is notPatanjali, 369:impressions and perceive objects of sensuous perception. 28. These reflections are of the nature ofPatanjali, 378:covered by the terms direct knowledge, intuitive perception, spiritual insight, pure vision, thePatanjali, 385:experience, and towards the life of sensuous perception and enjoyment, just so long will thePatanjali, 386:awakes to the fact that in form and sense perception, and in the outward going tendency, lie noPatanjali, 388:three worlds, and his abstraction from all sense perception and tendencies. Thus he stands at thePatanjali, 396:those desires and longings for sensuous perception which are found within himself, and secondly thePatanjali, 415:us that back of the mind is the thinker, back of perception, the perceiver is to be found, andPatanjali, 417:known. The knower is also perceived, and the "perception of all objects" becomes possible. ItPatanjali, 417:will supersede the mind, and direct spiritual perception take the place of mental perception, yetPatanjali, 417:spiritual perception take the place of mental perception, yet this stage is an advanced andPatanjali, 421:himself entirely from the world of sensuous perception. He does this, however, whilst functioningPatanjali, 422:impressions and perceive objects of sensuous perception. These reflections are of the nature ofPatanjali, 424:nature. Non-attachment to all forms of sensuous perception, the high as well as the low, has to beProblems, 16:brilliance of the intellect and keen scientific perception for the subjective realities. Has FranceProblems, 17:the researchings of lesser minds; that clear perception and ability to convey thoughts in conciseProblems, 35:to which one may give the name "mystical perception". This characteristic connotes an undying,Problems, 35:the world of meaning and - through that perception - to touch Reality. It is, above all else, theProblems, 55:and the development of abstract thinking and perception will be fostered; this latter phase will beProblems, 57:education will concern itself with the right perception and use of ideas, of their transformationProblems, 107:with them has stimulated his intellectual perception; the white man's way of living has lifted theProblems, 109:transpires with a mental grasp and an intuitive perception which will put them on a par and perhapsProblems, 141:but to prepare for it, to unfold our intuitive perception and to live in expectation of theProblems, 151:the Path of Illumination of which wisdom, mental perception and the intuition are aspects. ThenProblems, 157:and the recognition of extra-sensory perception by science are also playing their part inPsychology1, xxiii:inner mechanism of thought and that intuitive perception of truth which will enable them easily to
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