|Patanjali, 112:inertia); it consists of the elements and the sense organs. The use of these produces experiencePatanjali, 112:there follows the complete subjugation of the sense organs. Patanjali, 122:the others have been worked with, but not in the sense of working with them in this life. EvolutionPatanjali, 124:Complete obedience to any guru or mahatma in the sense of complete subjugation of the will is neverPatanjali, 127:hindrances: avidya (ignorance), and the sense of personality, desire, hate and the sense ofPatanjali, 127:the sense of personality, desire, hate and the sense of attachment. These are the five wrong ideasPatanjali, 128:out that two of the hindrances, avidya and sense of personality, relate to man, the synthesis uponPatanjali, 128:body or vehicle of feeling, and that hate and a sense of attachment are products of the sense ofPatanjali, 128:and a sense of attachment are products of the sense of egoism (the ahamkara principle) whichPatanjali, 132:and this he does for many cycles. He has no sense of values or of proportion but looks upon thePatanjali, 133:Patanjali - Book 2 - The Steps to Union 6. The sense of personality is due to the identification ofPatanjali, 134:and smell.  3. The mind, the great sixth sense which has a triple use. As yet for the majorityPatanjali, 134:use of the mind which produces primarily the sense of personality which begins to fade out as thePatanjali, 134:plane a recognition of the reality and the sense of identification with the not-self becomesPatanjali, 134:regard the development and full use of the sixth sense as his immediate objective, and will bear inPatanjali, 134:it is intended, he will make rapid progress, the sense of personality will fade away andPatanjali, 135:to be in this dispensation from one object of sense to another until that time comes when he isPatanjali, 136:of evolution. Hate is really the result of the sense of personality and of ignorance plusPatanjali, 136:the culmination of the other three. It was the sense of personality and of extreme ignorancePatanjali, 137:when it is entirely overcome by love or the sense of unity will death, danger and fear pass out ofPatanjali, 144:which have led to the development of response to sense contacts on the three planes. These impulsesPatanjali, 153:inertia); it consists of the elements and the sense organs. The use of these produces experiencePatanjali, 154:incorporated into his very being. His various sense organs slowly become active; first, the fivePatanjali, 154:or activity is firmly established, the sixth sense or the mind begins to develop also. Later hePatanjali, 154:as his forms and their world of being. The sixth sense becomes increasingly dominant and isPatanjali, 157:unspecific or subjective sound or word. The five sense organs: the ear, the skin, the eye, thePatanjali, 157:of generation. The mind. This is the sixth sense, the organ which synthesizes all the other sensePatanjali, 157:sense, the organ which synthesizes all the other sense organs and eventually will make their use aPatanjali, 158:is made flesh" both individually and in a cosmic sense. 2. The unspecific division of the gunas.Patanjali, 158:principle. It is this which produces the sense of personal reality and of one's being a separatedPatanjali, 163:knowledge, and the kingdom of God in the truest sense. Through this, the seer arrives at aPatanjali, 164:that all that is created exists for him. The sense is much wider than this. The soul referred to isPatanjali, 173:are seven in number. The  sixth sense and its use bring about seven modes of thought, or - toPatanjali, 174:what he seeks may lie. He awakens to a sense of responsibility to others and begins to seek forPatanjali, 174:of group consciousness. H.P.B. has said that a sense of responsibility is the first indication ofPatanjali, 174:the case of an aspirant and of a disciple. His sense of values becomes so acute and his physicalPatanjali, 183:real man withdraws himself gradually from all sense contacts. The next two means relate to thePatanjali, 183:Man, is brought under this control. The sixth sense is coordinated, understood, focused and used.Patanjali, 188:self is veiled and must be interpreted in a dual sense. Every sheath has its densest and mostPatanjali, 188:form and this must be kept clean, for there is a sense in which the astral and mental bodies can bePatanjali, 190:will be found to concern the development of the sense of subjective realities. It is fostered byPatanjali, 190:fostered by study as understood in the physical sense, and by the endeavor to arrive at thePatanjali, 205:the dense physical is constructed. When the sense perceptions are refined and when the vibratoryPatanjali, 206:five senses, Consequent correct reaction of the sense organs to the requirements of the true orPatanjali, 213:they have interpreted it in an entirely physical sense. That it has a physical meaning is true butPatanjali, 218:the physical act of breathing, much of the true sense of this sutra has been lost. Certain thingsPatanjali, 230:one-pointed interest. The various avenues of sense perception are brought into a quiescentPatanjali, 230:The five senses are dominated by the sixth sense, the mind and all the consciousness and thePatanjali, 231:transformation of the thinking principle, the sense also will follow it and be immediatelyPatanjali, 231:The synthesis of the senses by the sixth sense, the mind.  The alignment of the threefoldPatanjali, 232:there follows the complete subjugation of the sense organs. In Book I a general indication wasPatanjali, 232:begin to undertake the subjugation of the sixth sense, the mind. The methods whereby the mind isPatanjali, 248:the form aspect is lost sight of, but still the sense of separateness or of duality persists. He isPatanjali, 249:centered in himself or in the soul aspect. All sense of separateness or of the lower personal selfPatanjali, 250:is revealed. Liberation from the three worlds of sense perception, so that only is known andPatanjali, 251:the soul and can look out on the soul-realm in a sense corresponding to the way a man can use hisPatanjali, 263:which is contemplated is realized in the true sense of the term. This is the negative aspect. ItPatanjali, 264:condition but not in the ordinarily accepted sense. There is, however, a still higher state ofPatanjali, 270:concentrated meditation will become clear, and a sense of proportion and a sense of just values asPatanjali, 270:become clear, and a sense of proportion and a sense of just values as to the present point in timePatanjali, 280:is exists in the mind of the thinker, not in the sense that is usually understood but in the sensePatanjali, 280:the sense that is usually understood but in the sense that thought sets in motion certain currentsPatanjali, 291:organ (Rama Prasad), The Light of the higher sense-activity (Rama Prasad). From a study of thesePatanjali, 295:path to God, but is not the Path, except in the sense that as we tread upon that which the heartPatanjali, 295:upon that which the heart desires (in a lower sense) that path leads us on to the Path itself.Patanjali, 309:unreal and which cultivates in him a just  sense of values. Then follows dispassion which,Patanjali, 312:hunger and thirst are arrested in the esoteric sense. It should be borne in mind here that thesePatanjali, 313:of a very general nature, but gives the exact sense of the terms employed. In the twenty-fifthPatanjali, 318:of mind." It is this which gives them their sense of individuality, of their separate identity; itPatanjali, 323:also a correspondence on all the planes. Plane Sense 1. Physical Hearing 2. Astral Touch or feelingPatanjali, 323:186-202. Microcosmic Sensory Evolution Plane Sense Subplane Physical 1. Hearing 5th gaseous 2.Patanjali, 323:one, two, three, four and five under each sense refer to the planes of manifestation as given inPatanjali, 323:in the first tabulation above. a. The First Sense - Hearing. Physical hearing. Clairaudience HigherPatanjali, 323:(of four sounds). Beatitude. b. The Second Sense - Touch or feeling. Physical touch. Psychometry.Patanjali, 323:Healing. Active service. c. The Third Sense - Sight Physical sight. Clairvoyance. HigherPatanjali, 323:Divine vision. Realization. d. Fourth Sense - Taste. Physical taste. Imagination. Discrimination.Patanjali, 323:Intuition. Perfection. e. The Fifth Sense - Smell. Physical smell. Emotional smell. SpiritualPatanjali, 328:is the vitality which brings into activity the sense-organs and produces the outward-going life ofPatanjali, 339:than a literal translation, and in this the true sense of the archaic terms used is preservedPatanjali, 342:senses are the correspondence. Plane Nature Sense Center Earth Physical Smell Base of the spinePatanjali, 344:effect. It is that which lies back of all sense perception, and of all the five senses. AnotherPatanjali, 345:they hold for you. The development of your inner sense will enable you to do this." Patanjali, 345:there follows the complete subjugation of the sense organs." (Book II, Sutra 55.) "Through thisPatanjali, 350:two groups, those which we call the organs of sense, such as the eye, the nose, etc., and then thePatanjali, 350:are as follows: 1. Their nature. He studies each sense in its twofold condition, that of thePatanjali, 351:He knows why, for instance, the organ of sense called the eye vibrates to those impacts whichPatanjali, 351:the emphasis not so much upon the particular sense concerned (this is covered above) as upon thePatanjali, 351:above) as upon the peculiar attribute of the sense and of that to which it gives the key in thePatanjali, 351:the human being and thus brings in the sixth sense, the mind, as the interpreter and synthesizer ofPatanjali, 351:are capable of infinite extension and every sense when consciously followed and utilized can lead aPatanjali, 352:unifier of all the five senses but as a sixth sense also. This is the object of all Raja YogaPatanjali, 353:The adept is not dependent upon the organs of sense for the acquiring of knowledge, nor is hePatanjali, 353:of knowledge, nor is he dependent upon the sixth sense, the mind. With him, the intuition has beenPatanjali, 354:magical work of healing and utilization of the sense of touch is an esoteric science. ThePatanjali, 354:is an esoteric science. The sublimation of the sense of hearing and its utilization to hear thePatanjali, 355:Mental plane Eye Response to vision. This third sense primarily affects our race and hence the wordPatanjali, 358:the Masters, "I and My Father are one." A proper sense of values has been established and thePatanjali, 361:the case. Those disciples who have overcome all sense attractions and cannot be deluded by the formPatanjali, 362:is evil where they are concerned but in no other sense. The forms of life in these worlds, and thePatanjali, 369:for the creation of the organs through which the sense of individuality is enjoyed. 5.