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

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Patanjali, 76:of the chitta or mind stuff, peace of the brain reactions and eventually complete quiet and calm.Patanjali, 84:subject to the modifications produced by sense reactions of any kind, either those we call good orPatanjali, 85:Christ, who have freed Themselves from all sense reactions. This thought is brought out in some ofPatanjali, 108:and express only those lower impulses and reactions which emanate from the lower kingdoms inPatanjali, 135:as attachment to those things, occupations and reactions which the emotions or intellectualPatanjali, 143:its accompanying erroneous identifications and reactions. As the hindrances are overcome andPatanjali, 150:through his changed attitude of mind, painful reactions are no longer possible, and through thePatanjali, 155:form, 2. The unspecific the senses, force reactions, the tanmatras, 3. The indicated primaryPatanjali, 163:of contact, telegraph constant information and reactions to the mind via the lower instrument ofPatanjali, 175:his fate, his fellowmen as to their nature and reactions, God, or the first cause as witnessed byPatanjali, 182:affects those around him, and his own internal reactions. Means III Posture. Asana. Right Poise.Patanjali, 192:cultivated are productive of astral and physical reactions and results it must be realized thatPatanjali, 210:of the soul will be effective and the consequent reactions within the etheric centers will takePatanjali, 249:as to time and space. His emotional reactions to the subject of his meditation process. His mentalPatanjali, 249:of the thinking process, all the emotional reactions of the desire-mind (kama-manas) vehicle arePatanjali, 276:of every human being since time began, The reactions to experience of the entire animal kingdom,Patanjali, 369:must be inferred, and the sequence of memory reactions would tend to infinite confusion. 22. WhenPatanjali, 403:of their minds are analogous to ours and their reactions and impulses are [404] similar in somePatanjali, 414:must be inferred, and the sequence of memory reactions would tend to infinite confusion. One of thePatanjali, 420:means employed to detach the mind from the lower reactions and tendencies, and build in the habitPatanjali, 424:the victim of high desire and so busy with the reactions and emotions of the aspiring lower manPatanjali, xii:feelings, longings, desires, and emotional reactions which characterize the life of the average manProblems, 5:underline with understanding and perspective the reactions of the race of men. The slow andProblems, 55:[55] the development of right instinctual reactions will be watched and cultivated; in the laterProblems, 64:we agree with them or not. They are definite reactions to the human demand - urgent and right - forProblems, 90:process of creation, men are subject to the same reactions to their environment, to the same pain,Psychology1, 5:how a man functions, what is the nature of his reactions, the caliber of his thought apparatus andPsychology1, 6:which informs the body nature and expresses its reactions through the emotional and mental states,Psychology1, 13:the soul is completely centered in personality reactions; the lower life is so strong and vitalPsychology1, 19:entirely to man and to his psychological reactions to the qualified forms in three directions: toPsychology1, 20:subject man to a close analysis and study his reactions in these three directions. These seven raysPsychology1, 31:enough today to enable him to differentiate reactions to... The triplicity (as the Bhagavad GitaPsychology1, 58:a consciousness of moods, of quality, of mental reactions to a world of ideas; there is a higherPsychology1, 64:the apparent cruelty and impersonality of their reactions. Form does not count with first rayPsychology1, 92:of dream life, of brain lesions or of escape reactions, but which rests on no sure foundation. SoPsychology1, 93:which was either good or bad according to the reactions of this God to his deeds. Thus we have thePsychology1, 116:thrall and still leads you to place personality reactions before group realization. As long as youPsychology1, 118:of his instincts and animal mechanisms, of his reactions to his environment and of his sensitivePsychology1, 118:desires, as well as highly organized psychic reactions, [119] well up into the conscious mind soPsychology1, 128:to other human types and is responsible for his reactions in form to other forms. It gives him hisPsychology1, 160:been done of a valuable nature. A man's physical reactions, his emotional habits, and his mentalPsychology1, 160:and the real subjective cause of his varied reactions, his complexes and inhibitions will remain aPsychology1, 231:else the work is handicapped by the personality reactions of the leaders of the groups dedicated toPsychology1, 231:groups dedicated to esotericism. All personality reactions are, in the majority of cases, basedPsychology1, 271:illegitimate), the many animal and psychological reactions, the many forms of marriage, and thePsychology1, 278:which results often in physical practices and reactions which are - in their manifestation - so oldPsychology1, 279:impact of these energies is to produce material reactions, and if man then lays the emphasis of hisPsychology1, 282:well as flowers. Yet in this fact you have two reactions to the same sun, the same water, the samePsychology1, 282:attitude, and the resulting growth of sexual reactions, and the many expressions of anPsychology1, 323:to live by his wits and to show quickness in reactions and deftness manually. It is the stage ofPsychology1, 347:even to recognize the indications of humanity's reactions to these rays. But as mankind evolves,Psychology1, 360:to internal dissension, based on personality reactions. The seventh ray will train and send forthPsychology1, 372:of the seventh ray, which produces those initial reactions to organized movement and ritual which,Psychology2, 14:sensory apparatus to sense conditions, to feel reactions, and to bring about contact with thePsychology2, 22:the man is almost entirely physical in his reactions and completely under the ray of his physicalPsychology2, 24:activities. This is the period of slow tamasic reactions to suffering, joy, pain, to the urge andPsychology2, 25:still Atlantean, still purely emotional in their reactions and in their approach to life. They arePsychology2, 30:qualities, and the possible actions and reactions and awareness are equally eternally present andPsychology2, 31:present angle of vision, because all individual reactions to the activity of matter or to thatPsychology2, 32:awareness. Consequently all possible actions and reactions, identifications and focusings,Psychology2, 44:not be possible for me to make clear the ray reactions to the final process which we havePsychology2, 45:first initiation. As regards identification, the reactions of the illumined initiate are madePsychology2, 61:kind, to flower forth into certain instinctual reactions, and to preserve its own specificPsychology2, 63:and inner, is unbelievably great. The nervous reactions of the disciple and highly developedPsychology2, 102:Earth scheme, as far as the human and subhuman reactions to sorrow and pain are concerned, nor canPsychology2, 154:allied characteristic tendencies, all emotional reactions and the trend of the mental life, inPsychology2, 156:can, for the first time, begin to control his reactions. This takes place unconsciously at first,Psychology2, 175:demonstrate as the outer and veiled reactions of his mind to some deeply esoteric cosmic truths.Psychology2, 176:these different recognitions become instinctual reactions. Intuitional response is the name we givePsychology2, 188:occult method of work. The astral-physical brain reactions should be regarded as non-existent andPsychology2, 201:As being the sum total of the conscious reactions of the cells of the body - the sentiency of thePsychology2, 235:forms; rejecting every tendency to separative reactions, because he knows that they concern thePsychology2, 251:they are then stimulating personality reactions and are consequently personally misused andPsychology2, 264:by the mass consciousness, mass ideas, and mass reactions, and therefore find themselves quitePsychology2, 269:are dealing primarily in this treatise with the reactions and activities of the soul through itsPsychology2, 269:the Aryan races are also expressions of man's reactions to these three soul approaches. [270] ThePsychology2, 285:matter. Externalized activity. The automatic reactions of the outer sheath. The densest point ofPsychology2, 286:and impulses, plus the sentient and emotional reactions of the emotional or astral body. 3.Psychology2, 373:plane, he is peculiarly sensitive to his own reactions and to the ideas of others where he and hisPsychology2, 414:are concerned with the slowness of the vital reactions and the low grade desires of the animalPsychology2, 429:has to play his part, whilst the entire range of reactions are increasingly subordinated by thePsychology2, 439:and will tune out as far as he can all emotional reactions and psychic sensitivity, glamoringPsychology2, 443:nature, with its desires, demands and sensitive reactions. Next, he discovered himself as a mind,Psychology2, 449:and so real. This situation warrants certain reactions. Of what nature should these reactions be?Psychology2, 449:certain reactions. Of what nature should these reactions be? How shall we meet and deal with thePsychology2, 452:of karmic obligations. An intensification of all reactions. This includes all reactions emanatingPsychology2, 452:of all reactions. This includes all reactions emanating from the world of daily living (and,Psychology2, 466:is happening, undue emphasis upon personality reactions and phenomena, pride in achievement, aPsychology2, 504:a confused and imaginative description of brain reactions, astral phenomena, and (where there is aPsychology2, 513:becoming clairvoyant and clairaudient, and these reactions to stimulation and these expressions ofPsychology2, 515:and aspirants in particular, and cause definite reactions. With these we shall shortly deal when wePsychology2, 516:control of speech and other restraining reactions; they are being turned definitely inward throughPsychology2, 524:controlled by his lower nature and his emotional reactions, with what mind he has actively employedPsychology2, 525:becoming group conscious. As yet, however, his reactions are still selfishly motivated though - atPsychology2, 532:at times with definitely physical sexual reactions), of religious eroticism and a generallyPsychology2, 550:and psychological as well as physiological reactions. Today, the mass transference of the forces ofPsychology2, 551:produced will cause all kinds of tensions and reactions, resulting in congestions, inflammationsPsychology2, 557:he is always conscious of his acting and of the reactions to that acting. When man was little morePsychology2, 571:are very emotional in their nature, and the reactions developed and the subsequent service renderedPsychology2, 572:and scientific rule whereby he can guide his reactions. The only rules which I can give you are so
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