|Intellect, 67:a good state of mind, for health (wholeness) of soul." Intellect, 68:is able to enter at will into the kingdom of the soul, and to participate intelligently in its lifeIntellect, 72:with God by becoming one with our own immortal soul, and when that tremendous event takes place weIntellect, 72:we find that the consciousness of the individual soul is the consciousness of the whole, and thatIntellect, 72:been transcended through an ordered process of soul unfoldment, and a conscious at-one-ment hasIntellect, 73:in common; these two parts are the spiritual soul and the form nature, but they are joinedIntellect, 76:is furnished in my book The Light of the Soul, that through right discipline and  meditationIntellect, 77:of the Self." - Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, II, 52. At one point in the history of everyIntellect, 77:process." - Bailey Alice, The Light of the Soul, IV, 2. Slowly and gradually the work of directIntellect, 77:of opportunity. Meister Eckhart says: "If the soul were stripped of all her sheaths, God would beIntellect, 77:to her, withholding nothing. As long as the soul has not thrown off all her veils, however thin,Intellect, 79:transfer of the human consciousness into that of soul realization and soul awareness is effected isIntellect, 79:consciousness into that of soul realization and soul awareness is effected is that of meditation.Intellect, 80:about conscious attraction and union between the soul and its vehicle; whilst the herd instinctIntellect, 80:medium of the five senses and the brain, and the soul  and its world through what we might callIntellect, 81:agent." - Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, IV, 22-24. All things will stand revealed to theIntellect, 81:the same thing. They mean that the mind and the soul (the Christ within us or the Higher Self)Intellect, 82:gradually and steadily established between the soul and its instruments until the time comes whenIntellect, 82:the physical body is under direct control of the soul, for the illuminated mind transmits (as weIntellect, 82:mind transmits (as we shall see later) soul knowledge to the physical brain; the emotional natureIntellect, 82:and simply reflects the love nature of the soul, as the mind reflects the purposes of God. Thus,Intellect, 82:harmonious relation with each other and with the soul, their creator, their source of energy, andIntellect, 82:of development whereby we effect union with the soul, and become aware of inner states ofIntellect, 83:and to make him identify himself with his soul aspect and not simply his lower characteristics. ItIntellect, 83:instrument for illumination, and through it the soul or Self transmits knowledge to the physicalIntellect, 84:of the Self." - Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, II, 27-28, IV, 26. As a result of meditationIntellect, 84:by stage." - Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, III, 5-6. This we shall take up in greaterIntellect, 84:of all the preceding factors, the powers of the soul are unfolded. Each vehicle through which theIntellect, 84:are unfolded. Each vehicle through which the soul expresses itself carries latent within itselfIntellect, 84:itself certain inherent potencies, but the soul, which is the source of them all, has them in theirIntellect, 84:illusion, of feeling and of emotion. But in the soul, this same power shows forth as pureIntellect, 85:in the Reality who is himself, the powers of the soul will begin to demonstrate normally, safelyIntellect, 85:for us by Meister Eckhart in these words: "The soul's lower powers should be ordered to her higherIntellect, 86:and inevitable progression from Nature to Soul, from Soul to pure Intellect, from Intellect to theIntellect, 86:inevitable progression from Nature to Soul, from Soul to pure Intellect, from Intellect to theIntellect, 86:mind, its relation in the two directions (to the soul on the one hand and to the outer environmentIntellect, 87:also its orientation at will to the world of the soul, and its capacity to act as an intermediaryIntellect, 87:capacity to act as an intermediary between the soul and the physical brain. The first relation isIntellect, 91:in Meditation "What would you do within, O Soul, my Brother? What would you do within? Bar door andIntellect, 91:ourselves as we seek to reorient the mind to the soul, and through the union thus effected, enterIntellect, 93:"The practices which make for union with the soul are first, fiery aspiration, then spiritualIntellect, 93:the Master." - Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, II, 1, 2. The word "aspiration" comes from theIntellect, 95:the servant of the Son  (Sun), of the ego or soul (see Daniel III, 23-24). There is no escapingIntellect, 96:It really signifies reading with the eyes of the soul, with the inner vision alert to find out thatIntellect, 97:obedience, is the Master in the Heart, the Soul, the indwelling Christ. This Master first makes HisIntellect, 97:obedience is forthcoming it calls forth from the soul a downpouring of light and knowledge, andIntellect, 97:East and in the West. This is the freeing of the soul from the thralldom of the  form life, andIntellect, 99:desired idea. Contemplation. An activity of the soul, detached from the mind, which is held in aIntellect, 99:stages, when followed, lead to union with the soul and direct knowledge of divinity. For theIntellect, 100:practice... it may be held firm." "When thy soul shall pass beyond the forest of delusion, thouIntellect, 100:"When withdrawn from traditional teaching, thy soul shall stand steadfast, firm in soul vision,Intellect, 100:thy soul shall stand steadfast, firm in soul vision, then thou shalt gain union with the soul." -Intellect, 100:soul vision, then thou shalt gain union with the soul." - Bhagavad Gita, VI, 34-35, II, 52-53. TheIntellect, 104:realm and which are communicated by the soul. Instead of impressions from the outer daily lifeIntellect, 104:they may come forth from the kingdoms of the soul and are caused by the activity of a man's ownIntellect, 104:and are caused by the activity of a man's own soul, or by other souls with whom his soul may be inIntellect, 104:man's own soul, or by other souls with whom his soul may be in touch. Then the mind enters upon aIntellect, 104:is to act as an intermediary between the soul and the brain and to transmit to the brain that ofIntellect, 104:to the brain that of which the man, as a soul, has become aware. This becomes possible when the oldIntellect, 105:- Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, III, 1. This necessarily involves a distinction between theIntellect, 105:between: The Thinker, the true Self, or the Soul. The mind, or the apparatus which the ThinkerIntellect, 110:- Bailey, Alice, The Light of the Soul, III, 11. Meditation is the result of experience. It is theIntellect, 110:receiver of the thoughts and desires of the soul, the Higher Self, as He transmits them through theIntellect, 111:turn to the inward senses or noble powers of the soul, lower and higher. Take the lower powersIntellect, 111:of the tongue as well and all five senses. The soul keeps clear best in the quiet, but in jadedIntellect, 111:agency of the mind as a directed instrument, the soul can manipulate the impulses or thoughtIntellect, 112:point of achievement, making it possible for the soul to have an apparatus of thought ready to itsIntellect, 114:and has made even a small contact with his soul three things occur: He reaches out beyond the formIntellect, 114:to account for it. He arrives in time at the soul which the  form veils, and this he doesIntellect, 115:he does through the understanding of his own soul. He begins then to formulate ideas and to createIntellect, 115:ideas and to create and make manifest that soul-energy or substance which he finds he canIntellect, 115:to teach people to know the nature of the soul is to put them in conscious touch with theIntellect, 115:to put into their hands the power to work with soul-energy; to enable people to unfold theIntellect, 115:to enable people to unfold the potencies of the soul aspect is to put them en rapport with theIntellect, 115:the kingdoms of Nature. A man can then - as his soul contact and his subjective perception isIntellect, 116:we call the indwelling Christ, the divine Soul. Man, at this point, enters into God.  Intellect, 125:expressed as follows: There is a kingdom of the soul, called often the kingdom of God, which is inIntellect, 129:of Mr. Chaplin in his valuable little book The Soul, that "...it is through Soul that bodilyIntellect, 129:little book The Soul, that "...it is through Soul that bodily processes attain their significance."Intellect, 129:their significance." - Chaplin, F. K., The Soul, page 63. The conquest of the kingdom of the soulIntellect, 129:page 63. The conquest of the kingdom of the soul looms before man. The day when the word PsychologyIntellect, 134:to the new world in which that which we call the soul lives and moves. The true student ofIntellect, 136:and he enters into the consciousness of the soul. He discovers that all the time it has been theIntellect, 136:He discovers that all the time it has been the soul which has lured him on into union with itself.Intellect, 137:Another Hindu teacher tells us that  "the soul has the means. Thinking is the means. WhenIntellect, 137:a higher agent enters in. It is the Soul that contemplates. The human consciousness ceases itsIntellect, 137:and the man becomes what he is in reality - a soul, a fragment of divinity, conscious of itsIntellect, 137:spiritual realm of phenomena. The world of the soul is seen as a reality; the transcendental thingsIntellect, 137:the realm of spirit and he becomes literally the soul, functioning in its own realm, perceiving theIntellect, 137:are held steady and positive, oriented to the soul, and according to the facility with  whichIntellect, 138:of both to register and record that which the soul is perceiving. In meditation we endeavor toIntellect, 138:receive into the physical brain that which the soul itself perceives as It looks outward upon thoseIntellect, 138:- Stages in Meditation In the average man, the soul is occupied (as the Perceiver) with the threeIntellect, 138:emotional and mental states of being. The soul identifies Itself for aeons with the forms throughIntellect, 138:control of the mind and can offer it to the soul as a transmitting agent, then a vast region ofIntellect, 138:of spiritual awareness can unfold itself. The soul itself can then become a transmitting agent, andIntellect, 138:"Matter is the Vehicle for the manifestation of Soul on this plane of existence, and Soul is theIntellect, 138:of Soul on this plane of existence, and Soul is the Vehicle on a higher plane for the manifestationIntellect, 139:the vision of the wonders of God, as the human soul enters the realm of the divine light." -Intellect, 139:perfect than reasoning because in reasoning the soul speaks, whilst in this act it enjoys.