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

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Soul, 103:full of references to the fact that Atman, the self, is found in the heart, from whence itSoul, 103:The soul nature, or the rational mind and the self-conscious individual expresses itself in theSoul, 104:of consciousness, mind and body. The Atma (self) is of the nature of the consciousness and isSoul, 107:brought about [107] consciously by the soul or self, seated in the mind and brain consciousness,Soul, 109:of view, it is the principal and unconditioned 'Self.' It is, therefore, truly the 'UniversalSoul, 110:the respective nuclei of the upadhi of the one Self. If we study the workings of the impregnationSoul, 110:we shall see how, from the projection of the Self into the limits of objectivity called matter,Soul, 110:forms the outer wall." "We have seen that the Self, in virtue of its power of manifestation,Soul, 110:upadhis as well as the representatives of the Self in the respective planes." - Dreamer, The,Soul, 118:system; these do not arise in the sympathetic self. The impulses issue from the spinal cord by theSoul, 123:human being. As his evolution proceeds, the self or soul becomes more and more [124] active andSoul, 126:knew. (John XX, 20-27). Visitvan - the power of self control, the power to control animals, andSoul, 129:for man as an organism, demonstrating life, self-consciousness and intelligent purpose. The firstSoul, 132:for our purpose whether they call the soul the self, the Beloved, the One, or God, or Christ. TheSoul, 135:reading and devotion to Ishvara (the divine Self). - Bailey, Alice A., The Light of the Soul, p.Soul, 140:heart, and the consciousness then is no longer self-centered and purely selfish, but the manSoul, 153:told Man's near approach; so in man's self arise August anticipations, symbols, types Of a dimSoul, 160:Das The Science of the Sacred Word, Bhagavan Das Self, Its Body and Freedom, William E. Hocking TheTelepathy, 16:that which had to do with the instinct of self-preservation, and that which had to do withTelepathy, 16:self-preservation, and that which had to do with self-reproduction. A higher form of thisTelepathy, 30:which desires nothing for the separated self, and nothing violently. The need of sensitiveTelepathy, 38:in his own affairs or in his own ideas of self-development; when some members cease their activityTelepathy, 53:with the interior states or moods of the lower self which characterizes the spiritually mindedTelepathy, 60:what else to call it) becomes the human being, self-directed, an individual. Finally the manTelepathy, 75:is always the danger of wrong, erroneous and self-centered interpretations. The telepathicTelepathy, 75:by them as of major importance: it is usually self-related and not due to their high point ofTelepathy, 79:of human understanding) becomes invocative. The self-generated karma of the animal kingdom which isTelepathy, 89:from his own soul, his life then becomes more self-directed and organized, more fruitful from theTelepathy, 97:around the central nucleus of your incarnated self or soul is a fragment of the over-shadowing soulTelepathy, 98:of sensitive response" which the indwelling self has to control and use in order to registerTelepathy, 101:desires and longings which concern the separated self. It will therefore be obvious to you that theTelepathy, 101:however, the motive prompting observation is not self-interest, but the determination to clarifyTelepathy, 102:of man into subconscious, conscious or self-conscious, and superconscious have a real measure ofTelepathy, 102:unit of humanity and thus develops a true self-consciousness. This he arrives at by discriminatingTelepathy, 102:arrives at by discriminating between the lower self and the higher self, and this renders hisTelepathy, 102:between the lower self and the higher self, and this renders his magnetic aura sensitive to anTelepathy, 102:impression." This motive, being very largely self-centeredness, turns the disciple introspectivelyTelepathy, 122:(personal or environing) with their own self-will or with their well-intended effort to conform toTelepathy, 156:lower mental plane, the lower mind, developing self-will, selfishness, separateness and theTelepathy, 174:is taking place due to introspection and self-centeredness, or to the slow oncoming of the deathTelepathy, 184:is not only the sense of identity or of self-awareness, but it concerns also the sense of relationTelepathy, 184:also the sense of relation of that recognized self or the "I" to all other selves. ThisTelepathy, 191:demonstrates as the fundamental instinct of self-preservation and is to be found positively focused
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