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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - SELF
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Intellect, 77:in the mind-stuff then comes awareness of the Self." - Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, II,Intellect, 78:and work with the system. Meditation calls for self-control in all things, and unless the work ofIntellect, 78:under the "ordered process" (such as self-control and active service) it will fail in itsIntellect, 79:of meditation. This process of unveiling the Self through the negation of the form-side of life andIntellect, 79:physical nature so that they serve to reveal the Self, and not simply to reveal the psychical andIntellect, 79:nature and so serve increasingly to hide the Self, the spiritual man. These must be transmuted intoIntellect, 79:has its spiritual prototype. The instinct of self-preservation must eventually be superseded byIntellect, 80:his destiny. The instinct which causes the lower self to thrust itself forward, and force its wayIntellect, 80:into the domination of the higher or spiritual Self. The assertion of the little or lower self willIntellect, 80:Self. The assertion of the little or lower self will give way to that of the higher Self. Sex,Intellect, 80:lower self will give way to that of the higher Self. Sex, which is an animal instinct powerfullyIntellect, 81:"the mind-stuff reflecting both the knower (the Self) and the knowable, becomes omniscient... itIntellect, 81:omniscient... it becomes the instrument of the Self and acts as a unifying agent." - Bailey, Alice,Intellect, 81:and the soul (the Christ within us or the Higher Self) function as a unit, as a coordinated whole,Intellect, 83:consciousness, but in this instance must be self-applied and self-initiated. Through meditation,Intellect, 83:but in this instance must be self-applied and self-initiated. Through meditation, the mind is usedIntellect, 83:for illumination, and through it the soul or Self transmits knowledge to the physical brain. Intellect, 84:illumination as to the true nature of the Self." - Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, II, 27-28,Intellect, 85:of those powers. He concentrates upon the Self, and not upon the potencies of that Self. As heIntellect, 85:the Self, and not upon the potencies of that Self. As he merges himself more and more in theIntellect, 91:"For the purpose of realizing the nature of the Self, we have had to come out from our eternal homeIntellect, 93:There must be a breathing out from the lower self before there can be a breathing in by the higherIntellect, 93:the purificatory furnace into which the lower self has to go in order that all dross may be burnedIntellect, 98:these lines as follows: "This 'detachment from self ', what does it mean?" "First of all, clearly,Intellect, 101:disorders." Some look upon it as a form of the self, with a life of its own; as a defense mechanismIntellect, 103:from the outer world, but have no inherent or self-initiated activities of their own. Intellect, 104:stunning it into negativity, or other forms of self-hypnotism. It is caused by the expulsive forceIntellect, 105:always between: The Thinker, the true Self, or the Soul. The mind, or the apparatus which theIntellect, 110:material instrument - the brain The doer - the Self The organ - the mind The impulse - energyIntellect, 110:the thoughts and desires of the soul, the Higher Self, as He transmits them through the medium ofIntellect, 126:we have now arrived at the phase in which he is self conscious, or self-referring. He stands at theIntellect, 126:at the phase in which he is self conscious, or self-referring. He stands at the center of his ownIntellect, 132:concentration, the passionate focusing of the self upon the one point, when it is applied in 'theIntellect, 134:and states of being. He is positive, active and self-reliant, and the brain and the focused mindIntellect, 136:which precedes it... This enforced waiting, this self-imposed receptivity, which is the definingIntellect, 136:is unaware of separateness or of the personal self," this brings him to the stage of contemplationIntellect, 137:of its essential oneness with Deity. The Higher Self becomes active, and the lower or personal selfIntellect, 137:Self becomes active, and the lower or personal self is entirely quiescent and still, whilst theIntellect, 138:impressions from the inner God, the Higher Self, direct to the physical brain, via the mind. InIntellect, 151:in the mind stuff, then comes awareness of the Self." "Then the mind stuff, reflecting both theIntellect, 154:The consciousness then slips out of the lower self (out of the realm of awareness of the brain andIntellect, 156:Beloved contacted anew. From certain angles the self-centeredness of the Western mystic is notable,Intellect, 157:He will live his life as 'life', that is, as self-realization and self-completion, with theIntellect, 157:life as 'life', that is, as self-realization and self-completion, with the consciousness that it isIntellect, 157:the consciousness that it is not merely his own self that is [158] being realized and perfected,Intellect, 158:the universe, the deity, of whom this apparent self is a part." - Müller-Freienfels, Richard,Intellect, 163:are finally tamed and unified in the complete self, which ultimately forms one single personality."Intellect, 164:body, and the point of contact of the higher Self and the intuition to be in the region of theIntellect, 168:is ecstasy. "The absorption of the self in the one idea, the one desire, is so profound - and inIntellect, 178:Another development is the unveiling of the Self. Through the mental and spiritual education whichIntellect, 178:of the psychologists as to the nature of the Self, the soul, the psyche, is solved, and the wordIntellect, 178:suffering, experiencing, emotional aspect of the Self, working [179] through the nervous system andIntellect, 179:of the soul to distinguish between the personal self and the spirit. The objective forms exist forIntellect, 182:with Divinity. God and man are at-one. The Self and Not-Self are unified. Tauler expresses it thus:Intellect, 182:God and man are at-one. The Self and Not-Self are unified. Tauler expresses it thus: "In thisIntellect, 185:of transcendental powers and virtues, became a self-developed Buddha who towered above allIntellect, 188:things as dwelling within himself (in his own 'Self,' without [189] out any distinction of outerIntellect, 189:is not made manifest by their light." "The 'Self' being enlightened by meditation...,then burningIntellect, 190:unity (withdrawn into the true nature of the Self) is the reward of the man who can discriminateIntellect, 190:can discriminate between the mind stuff and the Self, or spiritual man." "The state of isolatedIntellect, 191:nature) no longer exercise any hold over the Self. The pure spiritual consciousness withdraws intoIntellect, 191:in the mind stuff, then comes awareness of the Self...The mind then tends towards...increasingIntellect, 194:with the Whole, conscious awareness of the Self and assimilation in full waking consciousness withIntellect, 194:definite goal of the seeker after knowledge. The self, the not-self, and the relation between theIntellect, 194:of the seeker after knowledge. The self, the not-self, and the relation between the two, are knownIntellect, 202:to the things of the spirit, and love of self into love of God. Thus the mystic emerges. ThroughIntellect, 219:of the form; we are occupied with the Not-self instead of with the Self. Let us choose that postureIntellect, 219:occupied with the Not-self instead of with the Self. Let us choose that posture that enables us,Intellect, 225:that we start with the basic idea of the Self seeking to contact and use the Not-self, itsIntellect, 225:of the Self seeking to contact and use the Not-self, its instrument in the worlds of humanIntellect, 225:and vice versa, with the thought of that Not-self being impelled to turn itself towards its sourceIntellect, 228:regular. Visualization of the threefold lower self (physical, emotional and mental) as In contactIntellect, 228:than the snow, subtler than the ether is the Self, The spirit within me. I am that Self. That SelfIntellect, 228:is the Self, The spirit within me. I am that Self. That Self am I." Concentrate now upon the words:Intellect, 228:Self, The spirit within me. I am that Self. That Self am I." Concentrate now upon the words: "ThouIntellect, 228:new; it lives and moves in those who know the Self as one." [229] Intellect, 230:all the time. Therefore I have been seen by my Self. I am that Self, That Self am I. This is easilyIntellect, 230:Therefore I have been seen by my Self. I am that Self, That Self am I. This is easily written down,Intellect, 230:have been seen by my Self. I am that Self, That Self am I. This is easily written down, but if theIntellect, 234:we are making by our increased efficiency, self-control, stability and helpfulness. We have foundIntellect, 246:as souls, and only when we are busy with self-forgetting service - a service that isIntellect, 246:with self-forgetting service - a service that is self-initiated, and carried forward because theIntellect, 247:who is engrossed with the work to be done in self-discipline, who is faithful and conscientious inIntellect, 247:patted on the back and having his pride and self-satisfaction fed in this manner, then they mayIntellect, 250:these writings can indicate a process of self unfoldment, and a method whereby the introvertedIntellect, 251:inspirational writing will be entirely without self-reference; it will sound a note of love andIntellect, 253:provided that the rule of love and of non-self-reference is carried there, and that all contactsIntellect, 261:of the various aspects of energy wherever the Self feels they should be used for the furthering ofMagic, 5:step. Demonstrate the relations between the self and the sheaths which that self may use, and thusMagic, 5:between the self and the sheaths which that self may use, and thus clarify public thought as to theMagic, 8:planet, or a solar system. This is the Theory of Self-determination [9] or the teaching that allMagic, 9:of the evolutionary process. All become self-centered and self-determined. III. The third basicMagic, 9:process. All become self-centered and self-determined. III. The third basic postulate is that theMagic, 10:is light and whose realization is that of a self-conscious identity. This developed unit hasMagic, 11:When, through contact with his own higher self, he participates in the knowledge of the objective,Magic, 11:He brings to an end the cycle of the closed self-centered life, and opens the doors wide toMagic, 12:into conjunction with the energy of matter and self, produces all forms. The effect of thisMagic, 31:which is actively manifested of that life, the self and the not-self, force, and all that forceMagic, 31:manifested of that life, the self and the not-self, force, and all that force motivates, one is inMagic, 38:species and nature. Human consciousness, or self-consciousness, towards which the development of
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