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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - RATIONAL
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Astrology, 642:but acting and living bodies." "The planets were rational intelligences circulating around theAtom, 20:that He exists is a reasonable one, a [20] rational suggestion, and a possible solution of all theBethlehem, 4:mission as an expression of divinity. From the rational point of view, the question as to theDiscipleship2, 534:mind, and usually your decisions have been the rational decisions of a somewhat aloof andDiscipleship2, 669:today they work from the plane of buddhi or of rational unity. Ponder on that last phrase. TheEducation, 35:will make a man a good citizen by developing the rational aspects of his consciousness and life,Fire, 239:intuition breaking through the barriers that the rational faculty has erected. The duality of theFire, 310:of logical deduction and reasoning, and of rational activity that distinguishes man from theFire, 310:conception will be gained of what that coherent rational inclusive mentality may be. Fire, 381:logoic, Their mutual [381] interplay, and Their rational interdependence, and with the cyclesFire, 1234:he utilizes the faculty of mind and employs the rational quality. The lesser devas and all theHealing, 402:last of these proposed solutions offers a truly rational reply to all of them. Its acceptance hasHealing, 456:thus again permitting the exit of the thinking rational being. In the process of death these are,Healing, 457:and is in the nature of a first step towards a rational understanding of the death process. - PageHercules, 93:spiritual. But man is also a human being; he is rational; he can analyze, criticise, and heInitiation, 18:individualization, when man becomes a conscious rational entity, in contradistinction to theInitiation, 31:would have become a self-conscious, functioning, rational entity, but how slow the process wouldInitiation, 32:[32] thus into being, and the self-conscious, or rational unit, man, began his career. AnotherIntellect, 10:experience, which we call death, and yet take no rational steps to ascertain whether there reallyIntellect, 33:larger goal. If that desire can take a clear and rational form in his mind and can be appreciatedIntellect, 124:out the necessity for what he calls the non-rational element in the answers which we give to theIntellect, 124:thought and our progress into higher and non-rational realms are true and forceful. He says: "OneIntellect, 124:a hypothesis is nothing but a more or less non-rational structure, obtained intuitively. Once itIntellect, 128:divine power. It stands for "the specific non-rational religious apprehension and its object, atMagic, 14:conformity with what is understood as law. The rational, argumentative, scholastic, andMagic, 17:between that which can be grasped by the rational mind, that which can be seen by the mind's eye,Magic, 25:to whom the spirit and its nature is also a rational and understandable subject, to be appreciatedMagic, 89:itself through the planetary Hierarchy. The rational mind and the abstract mind function as a unit,Magic, 346:the difficulty. Having exhausted all the higher rational methods and having clearly seen yourMagic, 495:aspect, that which makes a human being a rational, thinking entity, is "anchored" by one aspect ofMagic, 495:seated in the brain, makes man an intelligent rational entity, self-conscious and [496]Magic, 501:thus again permitting the exit of the thinking rational being. Magic, 502:and is in the nature of a first step towards a rational understanding of the death process. ThePatanjaliperception is unique and reveals that which the rational mind (using testimony, inference andPatanjali, 97:of "meditation without seed," free from the rational use of the mind, and its faculty toPatanjali, 99:of the innermost: The gross - form, bhutas, rational tangible sheaths. The subtle - the nature orPatanjali, 106:perception is unique and reveals that which the rational mind (using testimony, inference andPatanjali, 317:the medium of the brain. Here is where the rational mind plays its part, interpreting, formulatingPatanjali, 318:[318] which lies above and behind the so-called rational mind; the rational mind formulates aPatanjali, 318:and behind the so-called rational mind; the rational mind formulates a question and lays it beforePatanjali, 318:real answer, often immediately distorted by the rational mind, yet always embodying a kernel ofPatanjali, 318:truth. It is by this process, through which the rational mind brings questions to the intuition forPatanjali, 318:need not work in subordination to the so-called rational mind, it may act directly, as fullPatanjali, 318:by the possession of intelligence, of the rational reasoning mind. Hence in the Ageless Wisdom, thePsychology2, 720:for the sake of future understanding and future rational comprehension than because we canRays, 637:of developing mental understanding and a sound rational yet spiritual attitude which is now goingSoul, 24:the subjective school is apt to be ultra-rational and systematic; the behavioristic more empiricalSoul, 76:soul to have three parts. One, an immortal or rational part, coming from God; another a mortal,Soul, 76:the lowest part; animals the two lower; but the rational part is exclusively human. This rationalSoul, 76:but the rational part is exclusively human. This rational soul he regarded as immaterial andSoul, 76:divided the soul into two parts, a vital and a rational principle, as did St. Gregory. Most of theSoul, 77:Gregory distinguished nutritive, sensitive, and rational faculties, corresponding to the body, soulSoul, 77:corresponding to the body, soul and spirit. The rational nature is not equally present in all partsSoul, 77:power, and to the sensitive power is united the rational. The sensitive soul is thus a medium,Soul, 77:a medium, purer than flesh and grosser than the rational soul. The soul thus [78] united with theSoul, 103:the medium of the blood. The soul nature, or the rational mind and the self-conscious individualSoul, 109:soul as life is "seated in the heart," and as rational spiritual consciousness is "seated on theSoul, 155:and that rightly deserves to be accounted super-rational, has, however, been associated in
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