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

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Patanjali, 100:apparently here translates purusha as soul, but it is usually translated spirit and refers to thePatanjali, 102:of pure spiritual realization. Contact by the soul with the monad or spirit is the result, andPatanjali, 109:He recognizes himself and functions as the soul, the Christ, He has the chitta or mind stuff in aPatanjali, 112:1. The Yoga of action, leading to union with the soul is fiery aspiration, spiritual reading andPatanjali, 112:2. The aim of these three is to bring about soul vision and to eliminate obstructions. 3. These arePatanjali, 112:mind. 21. All that is exists for the sake of the soul. 22. In the case of the man who has achievedPatanjali, 112:who are not yet free. 23. The of the soul with the mind and thus with that which thePatanjali, 112:Spiritual reading results in a contact with the soul (or divine One). 45. Through devotion toPatanjali, 112:1. The yoga of action, leading to union with the soul is fiery aspiration, spiritual reading andPatanjali, 120:where he is nothing but the vehicle for the soul, or God within. It includes the other yogas andPatanjali, 123:too late to permit of the full flowering of the soul) will manifest as Sons of God with all thePatanjali, 123:Ishvara; it deals with the realization of the soul in man that it is an integral part of thePatanjali, 125:do all the longings and aspirations of my soul trend, towards God, or to things material? Am IPatanjali, 126:2. The aim of these three is to bring about soul vision and to eliminate obstructions. It isPatanjali, 126:It is interesting to note here that the words "soul vision" precede the thought of the eliminatedPatanjali, 127:which produce the obstructions or hindrances to soul vision and the free play of spiritual energyPatanjali, 127:through the medium of the astral body, prevent soul vision, The word "distraction" has morePatanjali, 127:man who seeks to quiet the mind and so achieve soul vision. Patanjali, 128:off, Liberation is achieved, The vision of the soul is perfected. Patanjali, 131:prevents him unfolding the true powers of the soul. The old commentary says in connection with thisPatanjali, 133:of vidya or knowledge, a fourfold path. When the soul is known as it is and the not-self isPatanjali, 134:the thoughts, wishes and will of the ego or soul. This brings into the personal self on thePatanjali, 134:The third use of the mind is its use by the soul as an organ of vision whereby the realm of thePatanjali, 134:as an organ of vision whereby the realm of the soul itself is contacted and known. The final threePatanjali, 134:will fade away and identification with the soul will ensue. This is one of the greatest of thePatanjali, 135:some degree or another, and the progress of the soul seems to be in this dispensation from onePatanjali, 146:Spirit of man as it reveals itself through the soul, and to the Father as He manifests through thePatanjali, 148:of activity is the prime characteristic of the soul, and it is this quality which causes thePatanjali, 149:vehicle and group relations, is painful to the soul, who is confined thereby. Anxieties. ThisPatanjali, 151:equally play its part in the emancipation of the soul. It is, however, possible for the spiritualPatanjali, 162:and physical worlds into the [162] realm of the soul or of the subjective cause of this triplePatanjali, 163:world of effects of the true man) that which the soul sees and knows. This triangle is then formedPatanjali, 164:Union 21. All that is exists for the sake of the soul. Man in his arrogance should not take thisPatanjali, 164:for him. The sense is much wider than this. The soul referred to is that of the Supreme Being ofPatanjali, 164:to is that of the Supreme Being of which the soul of man is but an infinitesimal part. Man's tinyPatanjali, 166:- The Steps to Union 23. The of the soul with the mind and thus with that which thePatanjali, 167:and that union must come to be recognized by the soul, the perceiving consciousness. Through thePatanjali, 167:process of this blending of the dualities, the soul, the thinker, comes to a comprehension of thePatanjali, 167:the five senses, and from the standpoint of the soul, they form one instrument. For a long periodPatanjali, 167:a long period and through many incarnations the soul or thinker identifies himself with this organPatanjali, 167:the spiritual Self. This is brought about by the soul beginning to practise discrimination, atPatanjali, 168:A comprehension of the nature therefore of the soul which is the product of this union, and is thePatanjali, 168:of the mother-matter, A development whereby the soul begins to identify itself with the spiritualPatanjali, 168:West. It should be borne in mind that the soul passes through great stages in the unifying processPatanjali, 168:development of the human Monad. The union of the soul with the form and its identification with thePatanjali, 169:be overcome. Ignorance of the real nature of the soul and an urge to find out its own nature andPatanjali, 169:own nature and its powers is the cause of the soul's identifying itself with the organs ofPatanjali, 169:or bring within the consciousness of the soul. When through this ignorance and its consequences,Patanjali, 169:through this ignorance and its consequences, the soul fails to find what it is seeking, there comesPatanjali, 169:the search takes on a different form and the soul itself searches for reality. It might bePatanjali, 169:and a search for the knowledge of the self or soul characterizes the period spent in the Hall ofPatanjali, 169:During the process of incarnation, the seer, the soul, is submerged in the great maya or illusion.Patanjali, 170:administered to the personal lower self by the soul, directed by his guru or master, Initiation, orPatanjali, 171:polarity (that of spirit, manifesting as the soul or inner ruler) and seeks in the affairs of everyPatanjali, 171:between the form and the life, between the soul and the body, between the sum total of the lowerPatanjali, 173:is this which drives forth the Prodigal Son, the soul into the three worlds of illusion, or (toPatanjali, 173:experience and of the investigations which the soul carries on in its manifold lifecycles is toPatanjali, 175:overcome and can only be dominated by the ego or soul itself. Doubt. This is one of the mostPatanjali, 176:centered in the real man, the ego or soul. This brings in the consciousness of the Christ naturePatanjali, 178:and no longer act as thick veils, hiding the soul, and the world wherein the soul normally moves.Patanjali, 178:hiding the soul, and the world wherein the soul normally moves. The aspirant becomes aware of aPatanjali, 184:ego or real man and concerns the realm of the soul. The spiritual man contemplates, studies orPatanjali, 184:the three sheaths to the brain, that which the soul knows, sees and understands. This produces fullPatanjali, 186:mind can be so quieted that the things of the soul can find entrance. Patanjali, 190:leading to union (yoga or at-one-ment) with the soul, the Christ aspect. [192] 3. When it is foundPatanjali, 203:a realization of the nature of the psyche or soul, and a control of the lower psychic nature. ThePatanjali, 203:the development of mind control with a view to soul-contact and the consequent control of the lowerPatanjali, 207:is a sudden perception of the nature of the soul. He gets a vision of the reality which is himself,Patanjali, 207:pure in heart shall see God." He beholds the soul and henceforth his desire is for ever towardsPatanjali, 209:cleansing breeze also and is the response of the soul to the aspiration of the disciple. The soulPatanjali, 209:the soul to the aspiration of the disciple. The soul then "inspires" the lower man. The secondaryPatanjali, 209:at the base of the spine as it responds to the soul vibration (felt in the head, in the region ofPatanjali, 210:When this is the case, the response of the soul will be effective and the consequent reactionsPatanjali, 210:have all been brought under the direction of the soul, or inner ruler, then unity with the soul isPatanjali, 210:of the soul, or inner ruler, then unity with the soul is effected, and consequently identificationPatanjali, 210:Spiritual reading results in a contact with the Soul (or divine One). This might perhaps morePatanjali, 210:reading of symbols produces contact with the soul." A symbol is a form of some kind which veils orPatanjali, 211:2. His karma or lot in life contentment, 3. His soul or ego fiery aspiration, 4. Environment andPatanjali, 212:consciousness into that of the spiritual man or soul on its own plane. The stages of this transferPatanjali, 212:out of the mental body into that of the ego, the soul, lodged in the causal body or egoic lotus.Patanjali, 213:[213] can then be entered, when the soul looks out upon its own world, sees the vision of things asPatanjali, 215:towards knowledge of the indweller, the soul. Thus in this root-race, the entire lower man, thePatanjali, 215:upon a consideration of the things of the soul, then steadiness and ease characterize the man onPatanjali, 216:The astral plane is the battleground of the soul, the place of victory or the place of defeat; itPatanjali, 228:technique and terminology of this science of the soul which the East has held in trust for soPatanjali, 229:the knowledge, light and wisdom from the ego or soul, to the brain via the mind can be safelyPatanjali, 230:he can make a contact with the realm of the soul and in which he can receive the messages andPatanjali, 232:of the bodies. The consequent ability of the soul or ego to impress and illuminate the brainPatanjali, 234:of opposites) comes from the inability of the soul to distinguish between the personal self and thePatanjali, 234:49. The man who can discriminate between the soul and the spirit achieves supremacy over allPatanjali, 234:attitude towards this attainment and towards all soul-powers, the one who is free from the seeds ofPatanjali, 234:Now. 55. When the objective forms and the soul have reached a condition of equal purity, then isPatanjali, 248:expresses this idea in the following words: "The soul has the means. Thinking is the means. It isPatanjali, 249:He is, therefore, centered in himself or in the soul aspect. All sense of separateness or of thePatanjali, 249:sight of, and he becomes identified with the soul of that form which has been the object of hisPatanjali, 250:outstanding characteristics: Absorption in the soul consciousness and therefore awareness of thePatanjali, 250:consciousness and therefore awareness of the soul of all things. Form is no longer seen, and thePatanjali, 251:center himself in the consciousness of the ego, soul or spiritual man, and knows himself asPatanjali, 251:of the real Identity towards the realm of the soul and can look out on the soul-realm in a sensePatanjali, 251:the realm of the soul and can look out on the soul-realm in a sense corresponding to the way a man
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