Patanjali, 59:along which the Pranava (or word) vibrates. Students of the esoteric science have to recognize thePatanjali, 65:have as yet to build that vesture which occult students call the mental body. From among those whoPatanjali, 77:by the regulation of the prana or life breath. Students will do well to note that PatanjaliPatanjali, 78:one and two) is this regulation to be attempted. Students would do well to study these means andPatanjali, 80:upon our planet), will be found illuminating. Students would find it valuable to work out thePatanjali, 87:who has not achieved a measure of psychic peace. Students will find it of interest to work outPatanjali, 95:form produced by the sound to express the idea. Students should realize that this covers thePatanjali, 96:simpler or more synthetic the sounds uttered. Students of Raja Yoga have, however, to grasp thePatanjali, 98:and, if meditated upon by the more advanced students, will be found to be of profound occultPatanjali, 101:world of form into the realm of the formless. Students will find it interesting to compare the fourPatanjali, 108:which emanate from the lower kingdoms in nature. Students should remember that it is only when manPatanjali, 152:is not deluded into regarding them as himself. Students would do well to learn to hold thePatanjali, 160:which cover the whole ground of this science and students would do well to give much attention toPatanjali, 188:this that leads to so much of the trouble among students of yoga in the west. There is no betterPatanjali, 199:the work of the true magician. There is as all students of occultism know, a close connectionPatanjali, 201:with all bodies." The tendency of students in the West to interpret literally necessitates aPatanjali, 205:of the etheric body. In this connection students should bear in mind that the physical body is notPatanjali, 213:This sutra is one that has led our occidental students into a great deal of trouble for they havePatanjali, 219:in rhythmic unison with the etheric body. Students have found out that this is much facilitated byPatanjali, 219:to disastrous results. It is most necessary that students should follow the means of yoga in thePatanjali, 228:technically (and it is good for Western occult students to master the technique and terminology ofPatanjali, 232:then the results of yoga are given in detail. Students will find it useful to note the graded andPatanjali, 267:and cannot be more than touched upon here. Students will find it of interest to search forPatanjali, 270:correspond to the three dimensions, and students will find it interesting to work out thesePatanjali, 290:which is the true goal of Raja Yoga. Will the students of this science remember here, [291]Patanjali, 308:germinating of the Christ in each human being, students who have their intuition developed will seePatanjali, 314:for there is too strong an inclination among students to search for the Masters or some Guru orPatanjali, 342:white occultist for all forms of magical work. Students must remember that this does not refer toPatanjali, 428:fifth subrace more intimately than any other. Students would do well to bear in mind the followingPatanjali, xiii:to reduce the teaching to writing for the use of students and hence he is regarded as the founderPatanjali, xiii:of the Masters of the Wisdom belong, and many students hold that the Essenes and other schools ofProblemsof humanity. The contribution of esoteric students in creating "the thought-form of solution" toProblems, 61:his major task is to evoke out of his class of students a real sense of responsibility; no matterProblems, 62:passing through the hands of our teachers. Students will have to be gauged from the three anglesPsychology1, xxii:This topic has always been of real interest for students, but about these rays little is known. WePsychology1, 12:the real work to be done by the new groups, and students today who can grasp this idea have thePsychology1, 12:intuiting, and to concretize the idea. Groups of students meditating synchronously should nowPsychology1, 16:of the average man. It is necessary for all students who seek illumination and a right apprehensionPsychology1, 22:relatively undeveloped point in evolution. Students of this treatise must bear in mind, from thePsychology1, 40:transitional accomplishment. The work before all students of this Treatise on the Seven Rays is thePsychology1, 60:of awareness. For the purpose of this treatise students will have to accept [61] the hypothesisPsychology1, 76:of humanity into the fifth or spiritual kingdom. Students would learn much if they contrasted thePsychology1, 103:a study of the symbolism of the Pyramid, lead students to believe that the immediate future willPsychology1, 105:schools in the world today. It is needless for students to endeavor to ascertain His identity. HePsychology1, 107:contain much teaching and help for the aspirant. Students of the times would do well to rememberPsychology1, 110:Much will be given in the present volume, but students need to remember that they themselves evokePsychology1, 110:imparted teaching as can be understood. What use students make of it is entirely their own affair.Psychology1, 137:of humanity to reveal, and all true esoteric students should be pioneers in this field. [141] Psychology1, 141:a whole, a statement of fact and of truth. For students and seekers they must be accepted as anPsychology1, 190:to the beginner in occultism, and only those students who conform to the requirement of graspingPsychology1, 195:enable us to penetrate to the quality aspect. Students would do well to remember that occultism mayPsychology1, 224:Extreme density. Inertia. Brilliance. [224] Students must remember that we are not dealing with thePsychology1, 232:material whereby the mental bodies of the students can grow, and wherein they can find sustenancePsychology1, 237:rays indicate the nature of that kingdom's life. Students will possibly find it helpful to considerPsychology1, 243:is a well recognized phenomenon to the initiate. Students would find it of interest to tracePsychology1, 245:amazing as this may seem to some occult students. Venus and Jupiter together powerfully influencePsychology1, 288:two symbolic happenings, for the use of esoteric students, so that the great story of sex may bePsychology1, 326:begin to work with the secret of translation. Students must lose sight of the foolish and erroneousPsychology1, 343:reality behind the intervening glamor. Students of esotericism will, of course, bear in mind thatPsychology1, 345:is a distinction between these two forms which students would do well to note), when the lines ofPsychology1, 352:God is, and the measure of the divine intention. Students should bear these points in mind as theyPsychology1, 359:seventh rays should be held clearly in mind, and students should grasp the relation of thePsychology1, 369:which the life will reveal the glory of God. Students would be well advised to pause here andPsychology1, 412:I have gathered some of it together and students would find it useful to familiarize themselvesPsychology2, 39:unless they convey to the ray types among the students of this Treatise some useful meaning,Psychology2, 71:stages and should be taken for granted by all students of this Treatise. Such students arePsychology2, 71:granted by all students of this Treatise. Such students are presumably occupied not only with thePsychology2, 79:that we are dealing with energies. Occult students must increasingly think and work in terms ofPsychology2, 97:of Deity. It is of interest, however, for students of esotericism to note that this urge to salvagePsychology2, 102:body - fifth ray. Physical body - third ray. Students may find it of value to study themselves andPsychology2, 116:environing associates. It is useful for students to have these analogies in mind, for they canPsychology2, 116:life of the disciple. Let me put it very simply. Students know that there are in the head twoPsychology2, 126:of this should work out now among the esoteric students, scattered over the world, for they havePsychology2, 129:of discrimination is constant, and all dedicated students are urged to take stock of themselves atPsychology2, 160:Such is the object set before all the students of the esoteric sciences at this time, - providedPsychology2, 162:if it embodies truly one's highest thought. Students will realize that as they practice these fourPsychology2, 164:religion, and these seven spiritual laws. Students would find it of interest to test theirPsychology2, 189:lower self, so that mind and brain are at-one. Students must remember these two distinctivePsychology2, 191:the second ray must pour through such groups of students and believers and allied groups ofPsychology2, 194:As has several times been pointed out to students, this law [195] is connected with a certainPsychology2, 210:interest, but it is of no real importance to the students of this Treatise. We shall not thereforePsychology2, 213:not correct literally, as so many devout occult students may think. Such specific forms of life didPsychology2, 215:is written for the future more than for present students. I seek to indicate the basic rulesPsychology2, 234:synthesis and unification can be linked up by students with the laws of the universe and of nature.Psychology2, 242:will probably evoke much interest from those students who are not as yet attuned to the higherPsychology2, 264:significance. It is of value (is it not?) if students know the many ways in which this word isPsychology2, 274:agencies in the life of the personality. Students would do well to remember that there must ever bePsychology2, 274:are phrases oft used. It should prove useful to students if they could learn to appreciate the factPsychology2, 296:Taking the hypothetical chart given above, students should notice how the rays of the personalityPsychology2, 298:and for the study of the Law of Correspondences. Students would find it of interest to studyPsychology2, 300:of himself. It would be interesting later, if students could be set some such task as drawing up anPsychology2, 302:fire is aroused. It might be of value to students to point out that frequently when a student isPsychology2, 303:to merit careful consideration. I wonder if the students have any idea how the ideals I seek toPsychology2, 309:of interest to note the following facts: [309] Students would do well to bear in mind that therePsychology2, 310:integration which we call initiation. Students might find it of use to ponder upon this thought.Psychology2, 322:The source of inspiration, the monad. A few students may get the symbolic significance of thePsychology2, 330:of the least understood of the various stages. Students should find it of interest to make aPsychology2, 358:This is a valuable point for all who are real students to remember and to grasp. Ponder upon it,Psychology2, 387:arousing the kundalini fire. It will interest students to note how the first ray disciple, whenPsychology2, 393:which lies far ahead for the majority of students who read these words. This condition has been |