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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - SELF
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Patanjali, 93:Body. Monad Ego Personality. Divine Self Higher Self Lower Self. Perceiver Perception That which isPatanjali, 93:Ego Personality. Divine Self Higher Self Lower Self. Perceiver Perception That which is perceived.Patanjali, 100:the real or spiritual man) the fact of the not-self is involved. He is concerned with that whichPatanjali, 104:no longer affect him; he is lost in the bliss of Self-Realization. Patanjali, 106:internal spiritual reality which is his true self, the particular knowledge dealt with herePatanjali, 106:the world or of the great maya is that a Cause, self-persisting and self-existing, must be back ofPatanjali, 106:great maya is that a Cause, self-persisting and self-existing, must be back of that maya. Only thePatanjali, 112:confusing the permanent, pure, blissful and the Self with that which is impermanent, impure,Patanjali, 112:is impermanent, impure, painful and the not-self. 6. The sense of personality is due to thePatanjali, 112:attachment. This is inherent in every form, is self-perpetuating, and known even to the very wise.Patanjali, 112:conquest of the organs, and ability to see the Self. 42. As a result of contentment bliss isPatanjali, 123:term covering the relation of the personal self to the higher self, the Ishvara or Christ principlePatanjali, 123:the relation of the personal self to the higher self, the Ishvara or Christ principle in the heart.Patanjali, 124:oneself, to change one's attitude from self-centeredness and selfishness to one of outgoing to thePatanjali, 129:of manifestation itself: The fact of the not-self towards which the divine points of spiritual lifePatanjali, 131:confusing the permanent, pure, blissful and the Self, with that which is impermanent, impure,Patanjali, 131:is impermanent, impure, painful and the not-self. This condition of ignorance, or the "state ofPatanjali, 132:five senses or avenues of approach to the not-self are well known and any standard physiologicalPatanjali, 133:dweller in the form. They are part of the not-self and the medium of its contact with the planetaryPatanjali, 133:the medium of its contact with the planetary not-self. Through discrimination and dispassion thePatanjali, 133:Through discrimination and dispassion the self, who is permanent, pure, and blissful, canPatanjali, 133:can eventually dissociate itself from the not-self which is impermanent, impure, and full of pain.Patanjali, 133:When the soul is known as it is and the not-self is relegated to its rightful place as a sheath,Patanjali, 134:the ego or soul. This brings into the personal self on the physical plane a recognition of thePatanjali, 134:and the sense of identification with the not-self becomes steadily less. The third use of the mindPatanjali, 136:he works from the center where dwells his divine self, the sum total of all desire, and there isPatanjali, 137:attachment. This is inherent in every form, is self-perpetuating, and known even to the very wise.Patanjali, 137:to it. This form of attachment is an automatic self-reproducing, self-perpetuating faculty, and itPatanjali, 137:of attachment is an automatic self-reproducing, self-perpetuating faculty, and it should bePatanjali, 138:occultly. When the thought of the ego or higher self is occupied with its own plane, there is noPatanjali, 139:that the causal vehicle, the body of the higher self on the abstract levels of the mental planePatanjali, 139:but is directed more literally to its own self-development. Attachment to form or the attraction ofPatanjali, 147:of evil over him. If he is aware of his own self, unfettered by forms, and free from the thralldomPatanjali, 148:(or tamas) characterizes the lower personal self, the sheaths of the threefold lower man. ThePatanjali, 162:ideas," the seer achieves knowledge of the not-self. The thought forms which he can create himselfPatanjali, 162:the great experience of knowing the not-self and knowing himself, he uses the mind as his medium ofPatanjali, 163:Instead of turning his attention to the not-self or the illusory world of effects and instead ofPatanjali, 163:to the physical brain of the lower personal self (the reflection in the world of effects of thePatanjali, 167:its apotheosis. It is the era of the personal self, not of the spiritual Self. This realization ofPatanjali, 167:era of the personal self, not of the spiritual Self. This realization of the lower nature is partPatanjali, 167:of the other polar opposite, the spiritual Self. This is brought about by the soul beginning toPatanjali, 168:matter aspect, The union of thinking man or the self-conscious reflection in the three worlds withPatanjali, 169:and a search for the knowledge of the self or soul characterizes the period spent in the Hall ofPatanjali, 170:discipline administered to the personal lower self by the soul, directed by his guru or master,Patanjali, 171:(physical, astral and mental man) and the real self, the cause of the lower manifestation. He seeksPatanjali, 171:unbroken practise, to distinguish between the self and the not-self, and to occupy himself with thePatanjali, 171:to distinguish between the self and the not-self, and to occupy himself with the affairs of spiritPatanjali, 177:divinity and utter bliss takes its place. Full self-realization is the next and final stage. ThePatanjali, 177:I am" and he knows himself as one with the All-Self. Doubt no longer controls. The full light ofPatanjali, 178:of the distinction existing between the self and the not-self, between spirit and matter. ThisPatanjali, 178:existing between the self and the not-self, between spirit and matter. This knowledge is no longerPatanjali, 181:where possible: Means I The Commandments. Yama. Self-control or forbearance. Restraint. AbstentionPatanjali, 185:the outgoing tendencies to that which is not the self, which finds physical plane expression in thePatanjali, 187:five rules govern the life of the lower personal self and form the basis of character. The yogaPatanjali, 188:the Masters in the Sermon on the Mount, and the self-disciplined Christian, pledged to purity ofPatanjali, 188:purity" relate to the three sheaths in which the self is veiled and must be interpreted in a dualPatanjali, 190:constitute the attitude of the lower threefold self to the service of the ego, the inner ruler, thePatanjali, 190:its manifestation, bringing that lower personal self into a life of obedience to the Master withinPatanjali, 190:into devoted service to Ishvara or the divine Self as found in the hearts of all men and back ofPatanjali, 192:yoga and lead a man to a knowledge of his real self and consequent union with that self involves aPatanjali, 192:of his real self and consequent union with that self involves a triple process: The new thoughtPatanjali, 193:Abstention from theft instead of stealing, Self-control instead of incontinence, ContentmentPatanjali, 194:to the world of forms in which the true self finds itself when in incarnation, and with which itPatanjali, 194:process of wrong identification, in which the self deludes itself, and says "I am the form;"Patanjali, 194:and at the same time the cause of it. The self is clothed in form; it is deluded in the world ofPatanjali, 194:contrary to yoga" are knowingly entertained, the self submerges itself still more in the illusoryPatanjali, 194:is thrown on the side of the real nature of the self and turned away from the world of thePatanjali, 194:self and turned away from the world of the not-self, the illusion is lessened, the delusion becomesPatanjali, 197:has learned to "desire nothing for the separated self" he can then be trusted with the riches ofPatanjali, 199:the lower desires and pleasures, and a loss of self control. The results of this failure arePatanjali, 199:conserve his energy. Celibacy is not enjoined. Self-control is. In the relatively short cycle ofPatanjali, 204:but this he does through an act of the will and self-abnegation; he is not impelled thereto byPatanjali, 204:conquest of the organs, and ability to see the Self. It should be remembered that both thePatanjali, 204:and Nyama) have to do with the lower fourfold self, functioning in the three worlds, and frequentlyPatanjali, 205:mind or the mental body, 4. Ability to see the self The synthetic result of the triple condition ofPatanjali, 211:consciously as the divine inner subjective self, using the lower man to veil and hide his form, andPatanjali, 211:is ability to contact the divine inner self, and through the contact, to come [212] to aPatanjali, 212:come [212] to a realization of the unity of that self with all selves and the All-Self, and this,Patanjali, 212:unity of that self with all selves and the All-Self, and this, not just theoretically, but as aPatanjali, 226:in the three sheaths which constitute the lower self and which veil the divinity which is man.Patanjali, 234:and is unaware of separateness or the personal self, this is contemplation or samadhi. 4. WhenPatanjali, 234:is achieved. 32. Those who have attained self-mastery can be seen and contacted through focusingPatanjali, 234:of the soul to distinguish between the personal self and the purusha (or spirit). The objectivePatanjali, 248:is unaware of separateness or of the personal self, this is contemplation or samadhi. The simplestPatanjali, 248:aware of himself and of that which is the not-self. Similarity of quality and response to analogousPatanjali, 249:the mind to submit to the brain of the personal self that which will enable it to appreciate andPatanjali, 249:life of these forms through which the real self is functioning is still, quieted and subdued, andPatanjali, 249:use of the brain, sheaths and mind of the lower self, his vehicle or instrument. He is, therefore,Patanjali, 249:sense of separateness or of the lower personal self are lost sight of, and he becomes identifiedPatanjali, 251:he sees, and can thus impart knowledge of the self and of its kingdom to the man on the physicalPatanjali, 254:world. All knowledge, consciously acquired by self illumination must be shared, and clearlyPatanjali, 257:limitation. Naught remains but awareness of the self, of that omniscient, omnipotent knower who isPatanjali, 259:translation of Tatya: "Out of the two trains of self-reproductive thought resulting from thePatanjali, 266:of the Father. The shining forth of the higher self, through the medium of the lower self, producesPatanjali, 266:the higher self, through the medium of the lower self, produces the revelation of the divine orPatanjali, 266:the revelation of the divine or spiritual self. The matrix holds the diamond and when the matrixPatanjali, 271:or spiritual man, the true nature of the self, the second aspect, and the correspondence to thePatanjali, 287:and grasping, Tenderness, the antithesis of self-centeredness, which is always hard andPatanjali, 287:of self-centeredness, which is always hard and self-absorbed, Dispassion, the antithesis of lust orPatanjali, 287:His activities are no longer ingoing and self-centered but are outgoing and inspired by an
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