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

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Patanjali, 231:or withdrawal is briefly: The synthesis of the senses by the sixth sense, the mind. [232] ThePatanjali, 232:lower psychic nature is being controlled, the senses are being mastered and he can begin toPatanjali, 234:bodily perfection. 47. Mastery over the senses is brought about through concentrated meditationPatanjali, 244:of outer perception and contact (the five senses) are stilled, and the consciousness is no longerPatanjali, 259:which impels the mind to rush out through the senses and the yogi tries to control it, that veryPatanjali, 265:which can be contacted through the medium of the senses is first considered and dismissed. ThisPatanjali, 293:head development. The emotional nature and the senses unfold prior to the mind, as can be seen ifPatanjali, 322:becomes aware of the counterparts of the five senses as they are found in the subtler realms, andPatanjali, 322:with the great evolutionary scheme. The senses may be defined as those organs [323] whereby manPatanjali, 323:of his surroundings. In the animal these five senses exist, but the thinking correlating faculty isPatanjali, 323:in the human kingdom. Each of these five senses has a definite connection with one or other of thePatanjali, 323:clear the five different aspects of the five senses on the five planes, and for furtherPatanjali, 333:comprehended - relationships between matter, the senses and the one who experiences. The ChristianPatanjali, 334:these planes, consciousness manifests and the senses, exoteric and esoteric, produce contacts.Patanjali, 342:outstanding quality, of which the five physical senses are the correspondence. Plane Nature SensePatanjali, 342:pointed out in A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, these senses and their correspondences are dependent uponPatanjali, 342:Grossness, gross nature. Sound and the other senses as they show forth on the physical plane. WePatanjali, 344:of all sense perception, and of all the five senses. Another word for this "subtle" form isPatanjali, 345:of the lower nature and the control of the senses and their organs so that the realization becomesPatanjali, 350:achieved and its Results 47. Mastery over the senses is brought about through concentratedPatanjali, 350:We are dealing here with the indriyas, or senses, which are usually divided by Hindu philosophersPatanjali, 350:into ten instead of five. They divide the five senses into two groups, those which we call thePatanjali, 350:to see and the nose to smell. In considering the senses, the student studies them, therefore, inPatanjali, 351:or smell. He discriminates therefore between the senses and learns thereby to follow a vibratoryPatanjali, 351:attributes. He studies then the quality of the senses, laying the emphasis not so much upon thePatanjali, 351:the animal cannot do. 4. Pervasiveness. All the senses are capable of infinite extension and everyPatanjali, 352:itself, not only as the unifier of all the five senses but as a sixth sense also. This is thePatanjali, 352:the soul realm is cognized, just as through the senses the objective world was contacted. 5. UsefulPatanjali, 352:5. Useful purpose. When the relation of the five senses to the five elements is understood, and thePatanjali, 354:need no longer be used to apprehend reality, the senses need no longer be employed as mediums ofPatanjali, 354:of the one Master, the Christ within; the five senses will be transmitters of different types ofPatanjali, 354:erudite and advanced in the hierarchy. The other senses are capable too of profound unfoldments,Patanjali, 355:more anent them is not possible here. The three senses of hearing, touch and sight are the threePatanjali, 355:but it is one and the same thing. The two other senses are as yet veiled; their true significancePatanjali, 361:in the three worlds. They have conquered the senses and are victors over the form nature. Those whoPatanjali, 412:may help here. The eye is one of our major senses, that whereby we acquire knowledge, a mediumPatanjali, 421:the medium of his three vehicles, and the five senses plus the mind, nor with the knowledge gainedProblems, 52:the information conveyed by the five senses. As a searchlight, penetrating into the world of ideasProblems, 52:is the result of the intelligent use of the five senses and it is also developed from the attemptPsychology1, 52:man I refer to the mystic and to the man who senses the beatific vision. I refer not to disciplesPsychology1, 132:Deity. The brain is responsive to the seven senses: Hearing Touch Sight Taste Smell The mind, thePsychology1, 133:the synthetic sense. [133] Through these seven senses contact with the world of matter and ofPsychology1, 133:matter and of spirit becomes possible. The seven senses are, in a peculiar way, the physical planePsychology1, 178:will be extensions of many of the present senses and will admit man into that world which liesPsychology1, 244:all its glory. But just as the last of the five senses to make its presence felt in man, the sensePsychology1, 251:call the nervous system, the brain, and the five senses which lie behind and which are responsiblePsychology1, 262:are the planetary correspondences to the five senses in man, both subjective and objective. But wePsychology1, 330:In the case of the human being, in whom the senses (slowly developed in the lower kingdoms) arePsychology1, 330:aspects of God's manifestation. Using the five senses, and working with earth, air, fire [331] andPsychology1, 421:in substance, causes activity. The Rays and the Senses 1. Hearing 7th Ray Magic The Word of Power.Psychology1, 426:call the nervous system, the brain, and the five senses, which lie behind and which are responsiblePsychology2, 10:He is a prey temporarily to the illusion of the senses, and dowered with a mentality whichPsychology2, 10:through experiencing the life of the senses. The assertion of individuality through the use of thePsychology2, 23:the soul there passes the kaleidoscope of the senses, and the recurring [24] drama of outerPsychology2, 52:of the physical body, with its five senses. In the Atlantean civilization - the appropriation ofPsychology2, 159:of the sense of smell, the last of the five senses to emerge in humanity) has been adequatelyPsychology2, 164:in the far country had come to himself or to his senses, as a result of [166] satisfied desire,Psychology2, 205:and oscillating between the life of the senses and that of the mind. They swing between the polesPsychology2, 344:existence of the kingdom of God. On this path he senses his duality in an almost distressingPsychology2, 397:have freed themselves from the thralldom of the senses can truly thus meditate. The attributes ofPsychology2, 471:The second is the revelation of the maya of the senses. This maya is a generic term covering threePsychology2, 520:and manifestation in the same way that his five senses put him in touch with the tangible world andPsychology2, 559:Evolutionary urge. Self-control. 2. The five senses. The five senses. The five senses. a. Touch.Psychology2, 559:urge. Self-control. 2. The five senses. The five senses. The five senses. a. Touch. Touch. Contact.Psychology2, 559:2. The five senses. The five senses. The five senses. a. Touch. Touch. Contact. Understanding. b.Psychology2, 189:tabulate the five different aspects of the five senses on the five planes, so that theirPsychology2, 562:to bear in mind that the whole object of the senses is to reveal the not-self, and to enable thePsychology2, 562:real and the unreal. Extract 3 These three major senses (if I might so describe them) are veryPsychology2, 567:category in my tabulation of the instincts, senses and powers. Psychometry is essentially thePsychology2, 573:of perception other than those of the physical senses will be recognized, and the attitude ofRaysHe is no longer deluded by the things of the senses but has in his hand that thread or clue whichRays, 52:the soul a confining prison - a prison of the senses. It is the "sound of enchantment," the soundRays, 118:which emanate from God Himself and which he senses as in process of revelation. He becomes absorbedRays, 141:itself, and for the first time the initiate senses and then contacts the universal will; from thatRays, 303:task to reveal the world of symbols. The five senses and the mind principle are adequate to bringRays, 431:responsive to information relayed to it, via the senses, from the emotional plane and from theRays, 433:the initiate. Gradually, each one of the five senses, plus the common sense (the mind), has toRays, 520:aspect of life and of consciousness which he senses on ahead. He now knows. He sees; heRays, 543:carried forward through the medium of the five senses and is to be found in the animal kingdomRays, 544:saying that these five (in reality [544] seven) senses constitute avenues of spiritual approach toRays, 544:etheric body are correspondences to the seven senses, for they are responsive to vibrations comingRays, 544:the basis of manifestation. I dealt with these senses and the circulating energies somewhat atRays, 592:into activity through the action of the five senses which are the conveyors of information from theRays, 599:divine or the universal mind, the initiate dimly senses or becomes consciously aware of what hasRays, 600:clearly what has been [600] accomplished and senses something of what lies ahead. The greatRays, 664:thought and has brought us to a synthesis of the senses; these senses were developed in earlierRays, 664:brought us to a synthesis of the senses; these senses were developed in earlier cycles of humanRays, 761:with the inner sense. Only he who knows the five senses to be but illusion, and that naught remainsSoul, 27:"Illuminated by the power that dwells in all the senses, yet free from all sense-powers, detached,Soul, 60:that is by a substance which appeals to the senses, there has never been any doubt; and the wholeSoul, 60:properties do not appeal directly to the senses, and are therefore comparatively obscure; but thereSoul, 62:light, colors, and the other objects of the senses... Finally, incorporeal substance having theSoul, 76:in nature, incapable of being perceived by the senses, and only to be grasped by the intellect. TheSoul, 83:of obscuration. Each buddhi, with its grasp of senses and the like, is an isolated organismSoul, 83:formed of the psychical apparatus, including the senses." - Radhakrishnan, S., Indian Philosophy.Soul, 86:because from it the nerves of the five outer senses were presumed to branch off, and into it, bySoul, 86:because the impressions from the five outer senses are transmitted from the first ventricle intoSoul, 88:the nervous system and therefore eluding our senses. Its seat is chiefly the brain, but it extendsSoul, 89:the soul," Charles Bonnet said: "The different senses... with which we are endowed... have,Soul, 95:differs profoundly from 'matter' as known by the senses. This ultimate substance is stated to be
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