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

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Astrology, 119:ordered changes and of union with that which he senses to be the most real part of himself. TheAstrology, 138:upon the wheel of life, and the Saturn which he senses as ruling Aquarius is the SaturnianAstrology, 153:portrays to us man, an ambitious animal in two senses of the word: in the early stage upon [154]Astrology, 215:Constellations Thirdly, Mars governs the senses which are five in number. These senses are theAstrology, 215:the senses which are five in number. These senses are the basis of all human knowledge where thatAstrology, 216:and its day of power approaching. These subtler senses will supersede the physical senses overAstrology, 216:These subtler senses will supersede the physical senses over which Mars has so long had aAstrology, 216:the growth in the world today of the psychic senses and the appearance on every hand of the subtlerAstrology, 341:sensitivity both in the higher and the lower senses. These are important developments for the soulAtom, 33:we can see and contact by means of the five senses, and which is called by the metaphysicalAtom, 106:and becomes aware first by means of the five senses, and later through the development of theAtom, 106:the West we have primarily emphasized the five senses, and have not taught that discriminationAtom, 106:for instance, that a baby develops the five senses in a certain [107] ordered sequence, usually.Atom, 107:of man today. In these three paramount, or major senses, hearing, touch, and sight, you have a veryAtom, 107:between the two is established. Two more senses are utilized by the self in making its contacts,Atom, 107:as are the other three. Through these five senses we make every contact that it is possible to makeAtom, 108:are evolved; they are the great protective senses, not only enabling us to contact our environment,Atom, 108:to be intelligent units by means of these five senses, and having, through their medium, expandedAtom, 110:he can understand that greater Life which he senses, but as yet does not know. If he persists inAtom, 110:atomic stage was developed by means of the five senses, and through the utilization of the facultyAutobiography, 164:attention. I remain in full control of all my senses of perception and there is nothing automaticBethlehem, 16:and his consciousness from the things of the senses, and to turn a deaf ear to the calls of theBethlehem, 148:with each other also. Once the world of the senses has been transcended, and the higherDestiny, 115:knowledge. The counterparts of the five senses and their higher correspondences upon the subtlerDestiny, 115:and recognized and it is by means of these inner senses that spiritual discovery becomes possibleDestiny, 134:heretofore. It will recognize the existence of senses which are super-sensory and which areDestiny, 134:and which are extensions of the five physical senses, and this will be forced upon science becauseDestiny, 135:the indisputable evidence of man's extended senses) science will enter into a new era; its focus ofDiscipleship1, 34:Only those who possess certain transcendental senses can take initiation and should they try toDiscipleship1, 47:by you with care and with the open eye that senses danger from afar and seeks to avoid it. TheDiscipleship1, 118:in the right sense (negative to the world of the senses and receptive to mental impression) thatDiscipleship1, 145:beautiful visionary dreams. The visionary mystic senses the ideal but (using not his mind) makes noDiscipleship1, 353:array of facts, presented by the use of the five senses, lies below the threshold of the animalDiscipleship1, 419:comes ever an interlude wherein the disciple senses an intense seeming isolation, but it is only anDiscipleship1, 663:attitude of withdrawing from the things of the senses and to an earnest approach to the world ofDiscipleship1, 664:paying no attention to the reactions of the senses and standing free and unafraid whether theDiscipleship1, 687:The gradual unfoldment of each of the five senses brought a steady emerging revelation of God'sDiscipleship1, 687:to the point of revelation by the other four senses. Then comes a vision, revealed by the "commonDiscipleship1, 699:embryonic; the physical appetites and the five senses are dominating factors. All this is due toDiscipleship1, 753:awareness through the development of the five senses and the three vehicles of contact in the threeDiscipleship2, 252:during material evolution of the five senses. His goal and his "pointed direction" lie far aheadDiscipleship2, 292:and as real as is the world of the five physical senses. Then later, upon the Path of Initiation,Discipleship2, 293:used to be called) which utilizes the physical senses of perception, and through their unitedDiscipleship2, 293:been conveyed to him by the activity of the five senses. This is what is meant when we use theDiscipleship2, 300:It first of all produced the physical senses; it led man on to emotional expression and to mentalDiscipleship2, 300:as the common sense, has been to all the five senses. Think that out. This raincloud is hovering,Discipleship2, 306:to use the interpretive sense - one of the new senses as far as experience and experiment areDiscipleship2, 368:the subtler correspondences to the tangible senses of taste and smell begin definitely toDiscipleship2, 414:way; he seeks to use everything he knows or even senses in his effort to advance, to developDiscipleship2, 604:from the outer world of impression, via the five senses and the synthesizing sense, the mind. YouDiscipleship2, 720:the phase of the One Work which is theirs. Each senses its relationship to the phases of the workEducation, 8:with information coming to him via the five senses to the brain. Observation, rapid response, andEducation, 17:information coming to it from the world of the senses, from the emotional body, and will registerEducation, 81:the information conveyed by the five senses. As a searchlight, penetrating into the world of ideasEducation, 81:is the result of the intelligent use of the five senses and it is also developed from the attemptExternalisation, 42:light and yet are surrounded by the maya of the senses, work from the point of present being andExternalisation, 119:to bring a relative enlightenment to the five senses and their purely physical application. TheExternalisation, 119:organs through the unfoldment of the five senses; man became primarily a selfish and a fightingExternalisation, 412:withdrawn or abstracted from the things of the senses and from the calls of the lower nature.Externalisation, 412:nature is rendered immune from the appeal of the senses and desire fails to deter the soul from itsExternalisation, 568:been deemed necessary. For instance, the five senses, where a Master is concerned, exist and, areExternalisation, 569:over individual contact through the senses, has entirely superseded the more strictly human method.Externalisation, 569:plane and in a physical body, the outer physical senses are in abeyance; for the majority ofExternalisation, 569:for the majority of Masters Who still use these senses, the use is strictly limited; Their work isFire, 69:of the perceptive power of a particular set of senses or the action of a particular force, or theFire, 81:is the common function of the mind and all the senses." - Serpent Power, pp. 94, 95. 35 S. D., I,Fire, 122:possessed by the first race, or through the two senses (hearing and touch) possessed by the second.Fire, 163:The centers and kundalini. The centers and the senses. The centers and initiation. As can be seenFire, 164:atmic, or nirvanic plane, by means of the five senses and their correspondences on all the fiveFire, 164:attained this point and will have their five senses fully functioning on the three planes in theFire, 185:and Astral Planes 4. The Centers and the Senses, Normal and Supernormal Before at all dealing withFire, 185:with the centers and their relationship to the senses, it will be necessary first of all to pointFire, 185:facts of interest in connection with those senses,79 and so clear the ground for furtherFire, 186:for further information. [186] What are the senses? How many are there? And what is theirFire, 186:wisely to follow the path of knowledge. The senses might be defined as those organs whereby manFire, 186:consciousness. We are dealing here with the five senses as used by the human being. In the animalFire, 186:by the human being. In the animal these five senses exist but, as the thinking correlating facultyFire, 186:ourselves with them at this juncture. The senses in the animal kingdom are group faculty andFire, 186:faculty and demonstrate as racial instinct. The senses in man are his individual asset, andFire, 186:of life in the three worlds. As we know, the senses are five in number and in order of developmentFire, 187:Sight. Taste. Smell. [187] Each of these five senses has a definite connection with one or otherFire, 187:all planes. Let us first take up each of these senses, point out some interesting facts inFire, 187:demonstrating through the synthesis of the five senses. in the evolution of the Heavenly Man weFire, 188:and the divine, or logoic. [188] 79 The seven senses or the avenues of perception. - S. D., I, 489,Fire, 188:- S. D., III, 567. Indriya - The control of the senses in yoga practice. These are the 10 externalFire, 188:These are the 10 external agents; the 5 senses which are used for perception are calledFire, 188:Glossary. "Jnana-indriyas" - literally knowledge-senses... by which knowledge is obtained... TheyFire, 188:inward. "Karma-indriyas" - literally action senses... those producing action. They are the avenuesFire, 188:sense. - S. D., I, 300. There is a double set of senses, spiritual and material. - S. D., I, 582;Fire, 188:its reflection in the double set of physical senses noted in defining the indriyas. The sensesFire, 188:senses noted in defining the indriyas. The senses might be enumerated as follows: S. D., I, 583 andFire, 188:676. The elements are the progenitors of the senses. - S. D., II, 112, 113. Aether - Hearing -Fire, 188:All are on all planes. - S. D., III, 550. The senses correspond with every other septenate inFire, 189:tabulate the five different aspects of the five senses on the five planes, so that theirFire, 190:Let us now proceed to take up each of these senses in detail: Fire, 193:astral-buddhic consciousness. 81 Each of these senses, after having reached a certain point, beginsFire, 193:As memory. As anticipation. Each of the five senses, when coupled with manas, develops within theFire, 193:of the Eternal Now, he has superseded the senses by full active consciousness. He knows, and needsFire, 193:consciousness. He knows, and needs not the senses to guide him any longer to knowledge. But inFire, 194:to bear in mind that the whole object of the senses is to reveal the not-self, and to enable the
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