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Initiation, 132:whole scheme is interdependent. To return to the subject of human initiation, and these Rods ofInitiation, 135:the Rod to the causal body of the initiate. The subject is immense, and will be more fully dealtInitiation, 152:student to realize somewhat the magnitude of the subject and its intricacy. [153] 1. The GreatInitiation, 163:that a knowledge of the general outline of the subject may inspire the applicant for initiation toInitiation, 163:for initiation to a more careful study of such a subject and to a more diligent equipping of hisInitiation, 171:is in his hands, and certain ideas anent the subject of polarity, of at-one-ment, and essentialInitiation, 187:training for this post psychology is the basic subject, though it is a psychology inconceivable asInitiation, 206:his hands. More cannot be said here, as the subject is too vast to be enlarged upon in this briefInitiation, 206:wings on the heels of Mercury. Much upon this subject will be revealed to students in occultInitiation, 208:included in these rules so that it may form a subject for meditation, for study, and for groupIntellect, 3:S. J. [3] The present widespread interest in the subject of Meditation is an evidence of a worldIntellect, 3:factor in modern educational procedure. It is a subject that has engrossed the attention ofIntellect, 14:process and a technique to which the mystic can subject himself which coordinates him and developsIntellect, 38:beautifully and most appositely, as far as our subject is concerned, that "The stress for us is onIntellect, 57:of soul energy to which I referred above. The subject of the vital body, its relation to thisIntellect, 91:the situation and the processes to which we must subject ourselves if the goal is ever to beIntellect, 95:when stated. All men who are willing to subject themselves to discipline and transmute emotion intoIntellect, 95:spiritual devotion can be saints, and many do so subject themselves. But all men cannot yet beIntellect, 106:the power to focus the consciousness on a given subject and to hold it there as long as desired; itIntellect, 106:profoundly interested in some new and intriguing subject, and to have one's attention focused onIntellect, 108:exoteric conditions and focus it at will on any subject. The regular unremitting work of dailyIntellect, 108:The choosing of a word or a phrase as the subject of the meditation establishes this [109]Intellect, 119:of the mind has been involved, and though the subject of the meditation process has presumably beenIntellect, 132:to focus the mind unswervingly upon any chosen subject. Evelyn Underhill defines this faculty asIntellect, 134:and reasonings, it enters at once into its subject, and sees all its developments without muchIntellect, 148:of the mind and a scientific approach to the subject; it is a result of the true contemplativeIntellect, 149:by all mystics, and by all writers upon the subject of the mystic revelation. The thought of aIntellect, 154:soul, and is that Wisdom itself, for subject and object no longer exist for him: he is both andIntellect, 159:with which contact is effected. Leaving the subject of Union and the growth of transcendentalIntellect, 162:the common line of contact of the knowing subject and the object." - Maréchal, Joseph, S. J.,Intellect, 162:of the most notable and suggestive books on the subject of the intuition, and one which gears inIntellect, 184:spiritual progress. In the first, the devotee is subject to injunctions and prohibitions... i.e.,Intellect, 186:always dualistic inasmuch as it is cognizant of subject and object, but in the Prajna which isIntellect, 189:this Knowledge implying any distinction of subject and object, which would be contrary toIntellect, 190:cause...the feeling of personality is lost; the subject who is meditating, the object on which hisIntellect, 226:such commonplace instructions as choosing the subject, and holding the mind closely and faithfullyIntellect, 230:other than those having a bearing upon the subject. Sometimes I have found it helpful to say to theIntellect, 257:in life, in the thought world, in some subject which will tend to develop the mental capacity andMagic, 10:- Introductory Remarks Before we take up our subject it might be of value if we defined certainMagic, 21:with things occult and subjective, and when the subject about which [22] one writes deals with theMagic, 24:with here, prior to any further expansion of our subject. In the Treatise on Cosmic Fire and in theMagic, 25:a clear definition and meaning to experts in the subject owing to training and mental development,Magic, 25:development, so there are those to whom the subject of the soul and its nature as dealt with inMagic, 25:its nature is also a rational and understandable subject, to be appreciated and comprehendedMagic, 25:of initiates above the third degree and the subject of their investigations. They [26] bring toMagic, 27:body, and their mutual functions. This was the subject matter of the book, The Light of the Soul.Magic, 28:to emphasize in our discussion of this abstruse subject, the fact that spirit and energy areMagic, 29:all forms in all the kingdoms of nature, are the subject of their investigation. The nature of theMagic, 41:have been the object of investigation and the subject of thought and discussion of thinking men forMagic, 57:I would like in this first consideration of our subject to enumerate briefly the facts given in theMagic, 64:himself to be the initiating cause and is not subject to the effects. Looked at from another angleMagic, 77:intelligent ideas anent this interesting subject. We can aid in the revelation of the truth by ourMagic, 82:to Occult Study Every change, in human life, is subject to immutable laws, if such a paradoxicalMagic, 101:the plan and in the rendering of the personality subject to the soul, will come the steady progressMagic, 103:the creative will. These three approaches to the subject should be studied from their effects uponMagic, 189:they will be put in the coming world cycle. This subject is of vital importance to the modernMagic, 212:than hinted at owing to the abstruseness of the subject. So many factors govern this awakening, andMagic, 219:to be admirable and advisable. Books on the subject of the creative mind are flooding the markets,Magic, 239:individually. The fears to which aspirants are subject (note the mode of wording this) are seldomMagic, 241:It is only "the souls in prison" who are subject to the activities of the forces of evil and onlyMagic, 245:vital energy and is devitalized, because not the subject of attention. This accounts for much ofMagic, 252:the practical work of magic with himself as the subject of the magical experiment. He begins toMagic, 265:as he desires, - a new form that is no longer subject to shattering, but suffices for his need, toMagic, 288:increase as time elapses. The complexity of the subject is also increased by the fact that each rayMagic, 291:must not get confused by the complexity of the subject. They must learn certain largeMagic, 293:Energy and Fear Astral Energy and Fear The subject now to be considered is of most practicalMagic, 295:of the mental body and of the soul. It is subject also to vibratory activity as the result of theMagic, 298:that birds and animals know fear puts the whole subject upon a wider footing than if it were simplyMagic, 302:is little to be done except to raise the whole subject onto a more scientific level, and - in thisMagic, 302:but the thought of the needed approach to this subject can rest in the minds of the students whoMagic, 306:afflict humanity and serves only to open up the subject and give opportunity for a few practicalMagic, 306:polar opposite, hilarity. When we touch on the subject of depression we are dealing with somethingMagic, 309:and the many lesser fears to which humanity is subject - and Depression - because these two fearsMagic, 310:We have been dealing at length with the subject of the astral or sentient body, and have consideredMagic, 314:can be searched for in the current books on the subject and it profits not for me to enlarge uponMagic, 317:sounds of small moment, and to bring the whole subject of initiation into such small account thatMagic, 333:and life. One is already sensed and is the subject of experiment and investigation, the releasingMagic, 342:Too great a capacity to see all around a subject, too disproportionate a comprehension of theMagic, 372:In beginning to form your ideas on the subject, however, it is the part of wisdom to adhere to wideMagic, 398:I do not propose to deal. The books upon the subject are easily available and should be read withMagic, 411:the life of divinity. All these three are the subject matter of philosophical investigation, forMagic, 431:and blended of coordinating energies. The subject matter is therefore of so advanced a nature thatMagic, 447:the form, being vitalized by that creator, is subject always to his will, until he has severed hisMagic, 450:to emphasize in our discussions of this abstruse subject the fact that spirit and energy areMagic, 450:all forms in all the kingdoms of nature are the subject of their investigation. The nature of theMagic, 463:In this thought we have light thrown upon the subject of free will and upon the Law of Cause andMagic, 477:this time shut out the clear light of God. The subject is too large for me to elaborate in thisMagic, 481:we call death. We will therefore divide our subject as follows: Salvation from the power exerted byMagic, 483:still prone to temper and to irritability, still subject to depression and even at times to hatred.Magic, 492:understood, any further teaching on the subject would be futile. In these Instructions I haveMagic, 493:in more detail. But the time is not yet. Our subject now is salvation from the body nature throughMagic, 493:we call death. This is to be our theme, and the subject is so immense that I can only indicateMagic, 494:this mysterious process to which all forms are subject and which is frequently only the dreaded endMagic, 497:It is interesting, though incidental to our subject, to bear in mind that in cases of imbecilityMagic, 500:technique of transition. Before I take up this subject in greater detail I would like to makeMagic, 507:is all I can at this time communicate on the subject of death for the consideration of the generalMagic, 532:of life suffer and undergo discomfort and are subject to the throes of death but they lack memoryMagic, 543:to be Recognized In dealing with the subject of qualification and answering the question: WhatMagic, 554:Occult students would do well to give the subject careful thought. It can be approached in twoMagic, 555:plans and work in collaboration with Him. They subject their individual purposes to the one divine
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