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

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Fire, 862:centers become active in a fourth dimensional sense (or become wheels turning upon themselves) whenFire, 866:an "instrument of destruction" in the occult sense of the term. Wherever he goes the force whichFire, 872:we have touched upon above, come in a peculiar sense under the jurisdiction of [873] certain greatFire, 873:back" of all that is objective. In a secondary sense it concerns the forces in the ethers which areFire, 882:it is not possible for the average man ever to sense it. It deals with the purposes and plans ofFire, 884:of the Rod itself. It emanates in a primary sense from the planetary Logos of a man's ray, andFire, 885:manner, that is, in a material and in a psychic sense. The material effect, or the result of thisFire, 886:central point for force substance. In a psychic sense the result of the downflow is a stimulationFire, 890:the various groups in our minds in a too literal sense, for they all interpenetrate and blend, inFire, 919:Lord of the plane and in a peculiarly occult sense these seven form (in their lowerFire, 931:see on the objective plane in the occult sense which always implies an analogy between sight andFire, 955:they are enabled to see clearly in the occult sense. No man has clear vision who is obsessed withFire, 956:through concentration, to meditate in the occult sense, and thus bring through the plan from higherFire, 958:abstract levels. That originating in a secondary sense from the man on the physical plane throughFire, 990:the above must be interpreted in its esoteric sense and not its exoteric. Cosmic evil from theFire, 995:Mental Poise. These words are used in the occult sense, wherein the mind (as it is commonlyFire, 1001:makes itself felt; it becomes, in the occult sense, visually objective, and attracts the attentionFire, 1010:the occult correspondence to the physical sense of touch awakens. Finally, the third eye opens andFire, 1024:the "shadow." He "recognizes" them in the occult sense; that is, he knows their note and key, andFire, 1026:these words, beyond a reference to the general sense. The gaseous sheath is created, and the hourFire, 1062:lives; but their correspondence (in the occult sense of the term) is to be found in every kingdomFire, 1098:manipulated and controlled, in the macrocosmic sense, from cosmic mental levels via the centralFire, 1124:Who are the principle of Mahat in its cosmic sense are connected with the lesser existences whoFire, 1126:a man, for instance, is after all but the sixth sense, and has to be transcended by the higher mindFire, 1126:inconceivable to man now and this sixth mahatic sense is of vaster extent and service to them thanFire, 1149:self-engrossed, free of [1149] all group sense, except the earthly affiliations to which he adheresFire, 1150:or "inspired" (in the technically occult sense) by some teacher greater than he. Fourth, a discipleFire, 1159:interest, which (to word it so as to convey sense to the interested) may be regarded as: The basicFire, 1169:in marriage of men and animals in the physical sense, but in the "occult marriage" of The Soul andFire, 1179:a more advanced group of students in the cosmic sense than is our planetary Logos. Most of itsFire, 1180:the medium of the Sun, which is in an occult sense the physical permanent atom; it, therefore,Fire, 1196:also may be regarded as "fallen" in the cosmic sense, because involved in the building process, orFire, 1196:Son of God Himself, the First Born in a cosmic sense, even as the Christ was the "Eldest in a vastFire, 1197:burn, and long through the sixth sphere of sense." Hierarchy II. The second Hierarchy is closelyFire, 1216:This is not the same thing as making sense contacts, as the relation established is between theFire, 1232:which the initiate of high degree can only dimly sense; useless it is for us to seek for terms toFire, 1234:then himself to formulate ideas in the occult sense of the term and to create and make manifestFire, 1235:meaning is that which lies behind the subjective sense and which is veiled by the idea or thoughtFire, 1253:path preserves in a peculiar way the faculty of sense-perception plus identification with theFire, 1254:to spiritual vision and spiritual hearing. The sense of touch has primarily to do with theFire, 1258:it is realized that in a peculiar and esoteric sense the sun Sirius and the Pleiades hold a closeFire, 1262:or attribute may be described as a sense of cosmic direction. The source of energy to which theyFire, 1264:idea. PATH V. THE RAY PATH Attributes - A sense of cosmic direction. Source - The Pole Star viaFire, 1265:exist without the other. It is so in the cosmic sense also, but the analogy exists on such highFire, 1265:or inner side, and it corresponds in an occult sense to the pupil of the eye. The real home ofFire, 1266:close to the Logos in a personal and intimate sense pass to this seventh Path. It is the Path ofFire, 1270:of the average man has never contacted. Only the sense is here given and not a literal translation,Fire, 1281:That which we hear in every cosmic note and sense beneath the sound of every form, That is the OneGlamour, xi:and a development of the true esoteric sense, which is the objective before you at this time. IGlamour, 3:is, momentarily at least, a complete loss of the sense of separateness. At its highest point, it isGlamour, 3:an essential relationship is established and the sense of superiority and separateness recedes intoGlamour, 4:This must be appreciated in its literal sense as that which "stands under" the totality of forms.Glamour, 4:them. The problem is to withdraw in the esoteric sense, but to avoid at the same time the sense ofGlamour, 4:sense, but to avoid at the same time the sense of separateness, of isolation and of superiority. ItGlamour, 5:can be covered by the word, universality, or the sense of universal Oneness. Is that not somethingGlamour, 5:each of you, as individuals, needs in a peculiar sense? Where it is present, there is an immediateGlamour, 8:study of symbolism is to enable the student to sense its quality and to contact that vibrantGlamour, 10:recalled to mind with little effort, endeavor to sense its quality, to contact its vibration and toGlamour, 42:At-one-ment End of duality. Note: A dawning sense of maya arose in Lemurian days, but there was noGlamour, 45:it to preserve a due proportion and a proper sense of values in regard to the truths of the mentalGlamour, 48:am using this phrase in the modern psychological sense. Be sure to ask yourself the question: IsGlamour, 52:of his successful work. His mind is illumined. A sense of power flows through his vehicles. He is,Glamour, 52:this is that he becomes more engrossed with the sense of power, and with the part he is to play inGlamour, 52:he is with the realization of a due and proper sense of proportion and of spiritual values. HeGlamour, 53:of their attainment pours in upon them, and the sense of their responsibility and their knowledge.Glamour, 54:must be used with a developed discriminating sense, and when the disciple must know clearly andGlamour, 66:realization, there entered for a moment a sense of loss and of negation, forcing from His dyingGlamour, 72:all-enveloping substance - material in the same sense as thought-forms are substantial things butGlamour, 74:for the race, based upon clear vision, a correct sense of proportion and a realization of the trueGlamour, 79:therefore succumbs to the blackest despair and sense of failure. All this is, however, astral inGlamour, 80:upon the path of discipleship, in the academic sense) is primarily that of [81] glamor. That is theGlamour, 84:or satisfaction that one is a disciple. Any sense of superiority or separate tendency. Many otherGlamour, 94:the cause of glamor is primarily based upon the sense of duality. If such a duality did not exist,Glamour, 94:as he becomes restless and unhappy under the sense that something is wrong. Then he comes finallyGlamour, 95:it to be. From that moment on he comes to the sense of duality, to the recognition of "otherness"Glamour, 95:of "otherness" and to the perception that his sense of dualism should be ended and that a processGlamour, 95:made the center of the attempt to produce some sense of unity. Because the inner and subtle man isGlamour, 95:into freedom. The stage wherein satisfaction and sense of oneness is sought in the realm ofGlamour, 95:man can be at home and oblivious of a growing sense of dualism which, day by day, gets steadilyGlamour, 97:go - serves temporarily to glamor the man with a sense of achievement, of surety, of power and ofGlamour, 98:becomes Arjuna upon the field of battle. All his sense of at-one-ment, of direction, of sure andGlamour, 101:illusion) stands free. It again experiences a sense of at-one-ment. This is due to the developmentGlamour, 101:This is due to the development of the sense of the intuition which puts into the disciple's hand anGlamour, 101:to one of a relative unity, only to have that sense of unification disturbed by a renewedGlamour, 102:consciousness. I would here remind you that this sense of peace or perception of cleavage is inGlamour, 102:nature of glamor, and is based upon the illusory sense of identification with that which is not theGlamour, 108:plane today, the astral plane. A growing sense of self-identity which was the awakening soul orGlamour, 109:and in the healthy person still do so. The sense of duality shifted then into a growing recognitionGlamour, 109:and evil, pain and pleasure, right and wrong, sense and nonsense, and the multiplicity of oppositesGlamour, 110:histories sees the establishing of a temporary sense of unity in the early stages, when theGlamour, 110:upon the astral plane. At the same time the sense of self-identity or the consciousness that "IGlamour, 119:of any school of thought, idée fixe, the sense of the dramatic or of importance, or a fanaticalGlamour, 122:glamor of the pairs of opposites, in the higher sense. RAY V The glamor of materiality, orGlamour, 126:is possible at this time. For a long time, the sense of dualism pervades the disciple's being andGlamour, 129:darkness into light. None of you as yet really sense these new ideas, though in moments of highGlamour, 136:the line of the world saviors. These touch and sense the divine plan and are pledged to service,Glamour, 136:which entirely remade him and gave him a new sense of values; the latter can, at will, rise intoGlamour, 138:be clearly heard. These people are resolving the sense of duality into a known unity, and theirGlamour, 142:streams forth." The disciple must relinquish all sense of tension or of strain and must learn toGlamour, 142:less he is preoccupied with his own feelings or sense of achievement or of non-achievement, the
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