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Meditation, 330:of magic. Study of the seventh ray. You will see for yourself that when the pupil has completed theMeditation, 332:the race in the search for such instruments They see few as yet ready for the service required. ButMeditation, 332:for the service required. But likewise They see some who, with a certain amount of training, willMeditation, 341:Pull not yourselves up by the roots to see if there is growth. It takes precious time. Forget yourMeditation, 343:of much service opens up to many these days; see, all of you, that it commences right. A rightMeditation, 348:of his action. He knows that wiser eyes than his see the end from the beginning; that insight,Meditation, 355:and the "word" in its metaphysical sense. (See John 1:1-3.) Lord of Civilization see MahachohanMeditation, 355:sense. (See John 1:1-3.) Lord of Civilization see Mahachohan Lords of the Flame One of the greatPatanjali, 21:aware that he sees, tastes or hears; he says, "I see, I taste, I hear," and it is the activity ofPatanjali, 54:of Ishvara is AUM (or OM). This is the Pranava. (See Book I Sutra 1.) Students should remember thatPatanjali, 63:developed. These are: The five commandments, (See: Book II Sutras 28 and 29.) The five rules, (See:Patanjali, 63:Book II Sutras 28 and 29.) The five rules, (See: Book II Sutras 32 to 46.) Right poise. (See: BookPatanjali, 63:(See: Book II Sutras 32 to 46.) Right poise. (See: Book II Sutras 46 to 48.) This is a point oftenPatanjali, 66:tendency to flit from one object to another." See Book III Sutra 11. Obstacle V - Laziness All thePatanjali, 92:the contact that comes between two men who can see, hear and touch each other. A superficialPatanjali, 92:Epistle "We shall be like Him for we shall see Him as He is." [93] It may be of value here ifPatanjali, 94:upon an earlier formulation of the truth. (See Sutra 7.) He teaches that meditation is of twoPatanjali, 104:of the World," and "in that light shall he see light." He knows things as they are and realizesPatanjali, 112:conquest of the organs, and ability to see the Self. 42. As a result of contentment bliss isPatanjali, 123:reference to the capacity of the mental body to see back of a symbol or to touch the subject lyingPatanjali, 125:of Ishvara or the true spiritual man? Do I see God back of every form and circumstance in my dailyPatanjali, 128:before a man can "lift up his eyes" and see again the vision of the Father and the Father's HomePatanjali, 132:but he is mentally blinded also, and does not see himself or things as they are but makes thePatanjali, 141:Fourfold Aryan Truths of things, And blind to see things as they really are, Long was ourPatanjali, 180:fed constantly from above. This is progressive (see previous sutra), and is dependent uponPatanjali, 195:are found "We shall be like Him for we shall see Him as He is." Only that can be contacted which isPatanjali, 196:the ability of the perceiver or aspirant to see correctly the amount of the divine which a formPatanjali, 197:of action is understood. A steady endeavor to see the reality in every form. This literallyPatanjali, 204:conquest of the organs, and ability to see the Self. It should be remembered that both thePatanjali, 205:The lower mind or the mental body, 4. Ability to see the self The synthetic result of the triplePatanjali, 207:of the Christ that "the pure in heart shall see God." He beholds the soul and henceforth his desirePatanjali, 209:'I seek the Way; I yearn to know. Visions I see, and fleeting deep impressions. Behind the Portal,Patanjali, 211:kingdoms of nature) he contacts. He seeks to see below the surface and to touch the divine idea.Patanjali, 219:in which they are given by Patanjali, and so see to it that the purificatory process, thePatanjali, 234:incarnations becomes available when the power to see thought-images is acquired. 19. ThroughPatanjali, 251:to the way a man can use his eyes to see on the physical plane. He can transmit to the brain, viaPatanjali, 254:one. It is the definition of the capacity to "see into" a form, to arrive at that subjectivePatanjali, 265:its essential character, species and genus; we see it in relation to itself and in relation to thePatanjali, 275:incarnations becomes available when the power to see thought-images is acquired. The significancePatanjali, 275:this knowledge if they so wish. The power to see thought-images only comes through mind control,Patanjali, 275:be asked here what therefore do those people see who are emotional and not mental, when they claimPatanjali, 275:discriminate nor ascertain accurately what they see. The akashic record is like an immensePatanjali, 276:of our planet. Those who perceive it will see pictured thereon: The life experiences of every humanPatanjali, 277:the sutra comes in three ways: Direct ability to see the records if so desired. This form ofPatanjali, 279:of certain forces whereby he can instantly see what he wants in any aura at any time. The subjectPatanjali, 289:and illumine all problems, and through its light see light everywhere. Arousing the fires of thePatanjali, 301:find the light within himself and in that light see light. It enables him also [302] to find thePatanjali, 308:students who have their intuition developed will see the correspondence between the activity of thePatanjali, 333:be radiating light so that the clairvoyant will see a halo or circle of brilliant colors, but allPatanjali, 350:faculty which makes it possible for the eye to see and the nose to smell. In considering thePatanjali, 351:It is the capacity of the human being to say "I see," "I smell," - a thing the animal cannot do. 4.Patanjali, 352:man there is only that which he can hear, touch, see, taste and smell, only five ways in which hePatanjali, 357:a disciple, able to stand, able to hear, able to see, able to speak, thou hast conquered desire andPatanjali, 361:through the seven stages of illumination. See Book II., Sutra 27. If the student will here studyPatanjali, 367:this: that they can clearly and most distinctly see, at one and the same moment, as though underPatanjali, 383:to: 1. The means for removing obstacles. (See Book I. Sutras 29 to 39) This is affected, we arePatanjali, 384:2. The way of eliminating obstructions. (See Book II. Sutras 2 to 33.) These obstructions arePatanjali, 384:attention, meditation and contemplation. (See Book II. Sutras 29 to 54, and Book III. Sutras 1 toPatanjali, 403:thought impulses. Others perceive that which we see, because some of the modifications of theirPatanjali, 404:similar in some respects. Yet no two people see an object in exactly the same way, "Things" orPatanjali, 408:is not, tinged with the color of the object." We see what we are ourselves; we become aware of thatPatanjali, 408:which is developed in ourselves. We fail to see aspects of life be cause as yet in ourselves, thosePatanjali, 408:and latent. To illustrate: we fail to see the divine in our brother because as yet the divine inPatanjali, 408:aware of the form of our brother, and fail to see his soul. The moment we contact our own soul andPatanjali, 408:we contact our own soul and live by its light we see the soul of our brother, [409] become aware ofPatanjali, 412:we acquire knowledge, a medium through which we see. We, however, do not make the mistake ofPatanjali, 420:an old esoteric catechism: [420] "What dost thou see, 0h! liberated one? Many who suffer, Master,Patanjali, 426:the Christ, the voice issued out of a cloud. (See Matt., XVII.) Patanjali, xi:said that "we shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is" and the revelation of the soul toProblems, 10:now possible to think in far wider terms and to see humanity in a truer perspective. Our horizon isProblems, 18:of the German people to propaganda and see that it is properly and spiritually exploited? Will theyProblems, 18:is properly and spiritually exploited? Will they see that the educational institutions of thatProblems, 27:evolutionary law and the will of God - is to see the establishment of right human relations. We areProblems, 30:from the angle of humanity, or will they only see their own individual good? Will they omit theProblems, 34:swept away. There are those who would like to see that civilization return and the old structureProblems, 35:the religious spirit. Then let us endeavor to see what the goal of the new educational movementProblems, 45:who face the present world opportunity should see to it that a sound foundation is laid for theProblems, 52:the emotional nature. Vision or the capacity to see beyond what is to what might be. Inherited,Problems, 61:need for them to be free from prejudice and to see all men as members of a great family. TheProblems, 64:ensure a much happier humanity and which will see the end of national differences, of classProblems, 69:British people from progress and would like to see the restoration of the old hierarchical,Problems, 72:they provide work for countless thousands but see to it that these thousands receive so small aProblems, 78:the capitalistic and the labor movements, to see this entire picture realistically and fairly. InProblems, 89:national attitude well in the background and to see the emerging problem in the light of theProblems, 92:faith in the old ways, and few really wish to see the old manner of life restored; all the nations,Problems, 93:As we face the world picture today, we must see it in its true colors and must realize that if theProblems, 94:human being. In every nation there are those who see a better vision of a better world, who areProblems, 94:essentially, if unconsciously, brothers. They see the world whole and are working towards anProblems, 97:the presented chance to take what they want, to see to it that their children get the best ofProblems, 109:and wisely, to avoid bloodshed and rancor, to see through the devious ways of selfish politicalProblems, 113:personally as a friend and a brother; he should see to it that he plays his part in changing theProblems, 121:when goodwill is widespread among men, we shall see the establishing of right human relations and aProblems, 121:of the Christ. The new era in which Christ will "see of the travail of His soul and be satisfied",Problems, 128:progress, but, as yet, the churches fail to see in this the workings of divinity. Freedom of [129]Problems, 133:the materialism in their environment and see little hope for humanity in the churches; they knowProblems, 172:propagandists. What we need above all to see - as a result of spiritual maturity - is the abolitionProblems, 173:what they are. The mass of men need arousing to see that good comes to all men alike and not justProblems, 174:are men and women in their untold millions who see truly, think clearly and work hard in theirProblems, 181:It takes no great effort of the imagination to see that, if this work of spreading goodwill andPsychology1, xviii:with freedom and power in a later cycle. You see a tiny portion of the Plan. We see the Plan as it
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