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

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Patanjali, 190:found to concern the development of the sense of subjective realities. It is fostered by study asPatanjali, 211:to function consciously as the divine inner subjective self, using the lower man to veil and hidePatanjali, 234:last three means of yoga have a more intimate subjective effect than the previous means. 8. EvenPatanjali, 248:which his realization travels inward on to the subjective plane and he becomes aware of the naturePatanjali, 248:expressing itself through the form. Quality and subjective relationships engross his attention andPatanjali, 254:capacity to "see into" a form, to arrive at that subjective reality which has made the objectivePatanjali, 256:last three means of yoga have a more intimate subjective effect than the previous means. The firstPatanjali, 256:and contemplation. Having contacted the subjective in himself and become aware of that which isPatanjali, 263:object, and primarily upon the reality or subjective life, veiled by the form of the object. He isPatanjali, 266:form, or object, meditates on its quality (the subjective aspect or symbolic nature), andPatanjali, 271:in all superhuman forms. Thus it concerns the subjective side of all manifestation and deals withPatanjali, 280:Everything that appears is the result of a subjective happening. All that is exists in the mind ofPatanjali, 350:This sutra concerns itself with that which is subjective, and with the subtle apparatus throughPatanjali, 362:of the world of objective effects into that of subjective causes. It has also been said that timePatanjali, 365:quality referred to in the sutra. This is the subjective aspect in contradistinction to thePatanjali, 365:the esoteric aspect, that which emerges from the subjective as a result of spiritual urge. ThePatanjali, 365:Body. Life aspect Consciousness Form. Essence Subjective nature Objective form. [366] Of thisPatanjali, 378:the anima mundi or the soul of the world, the subjective side of all forms in the three worlds, ofPatanjali, 386:forms in all the kingdoms of nature is found the subjective reality which is essentially a unifiedPatanjali, 393:or deal with in any one life. These are the subjective germs which produce the form in which theyProblems, 16:intellect and keen scientific perception for the subjective realities. Has France learned from herProblems, 129:The effect of the Eastern doctrines is largely subjective and negative as to daily affairs. TheProblems, 156:are ever the preliminary steps to creation. Subjective realization always precedes the objectiveProblems, 176:angles. The Eastern approach is negative and subjective; the Western is positive and scientificPsychology1, xxiii:the symbolism of words, or to see clearly the subjective [xxiv] outline under the objective form.Psychology1, 23:must here be posited) and to emerge from subjective being into objective becoming. We call thesePsychology1, 34:That the endless diversity of forms hides a subjective synthesis. Man can therefore eventually see,Psychology1, 34:happens, he is then entering into the world of subjective unity, and can proceed on his wayPsychology1, 56:of the atom, some idea of a possible subjective unity begins dimly to dawn on the thinker's mind.Psychology1, 82:the universal divine Mind. Men must begin on the subjective planes of life to work out the neededPsychology1, 83:world need for [83] illumined thinkers and subjective workers which prompted Those Who guide so toPsychology1, 98:of external and tangible phenomena from that of subjective being and of more subtle matter. ThePsychology1, 98:More and more people are becoming aware of this subjective realm; they see people walking aroundPsychology1, 109:are great. But out of this inflow from the subjective side of life are coming new knowledge,Psychology1, 113:importance; it is the interplay between the subjective group of world workers and - on the outerPsychology1, 116:ambition and set you free to work as we (on the subjective side) work, with no thought of self orPsychology1, 117:trained by senior disciples, working from the subjective side of life. This training is neverPsychology1, 120:science knows much about the nature of the subjective energies and the qualities which color andPsychology1, 130:in its varying forms; it is also that latent or subjective essential quality which makes itselfPsychology1, 135:will be its response to its environment. To the subjective world of forces which we call thePsychology1, 149:and thereby learn to enter into that world of subjective forces which is the true world wherein allPsychology1, 150:that high point - glimpse the radiance of the subjective center of energy (the central spiritualPsychology1, 154:on substance, produces the forms, and each subjective form, in its turn, produces the outerPsychology1, 160:the true nature of his temperament and the real subjective cause of his varied reactions, hisPsychology1, 172:women who showed signs of being responsive to subjective influences and to the intuition. It wasPsychology1, 177:about the entrance of mankind into a new and subjective realm, and his apprehension of new statesPsychology1, 184:of the fourth dimension, and will blend the subjective and the objective together into a new world.Psychology1, 195:are latent and unseen and often unfelt; they are subjective. The esoteric sciences have one purposePsychology1, 196:and the unrevealed. He becomes aware of those subjective impulses which condition the quality ofPsychology1, 200:of response, training himself to recognize the subjective realities or the divine qualities as theyPsychology1, 223:Fire is the initiating factor in this kingdom. Subjective agency: Sound. Quality: Extreme density.Psychology1, 234:heading of sea growths. Objective agency: Water. Subjective agency: Touch. Quality: Rajas orPsychology1, 240:and water in this kingdom, has constituted the subjective fact which brought the steam age intoPsychology1, 253:symbolized in the animal power to eat and drink. Subjective agency: Smell or Scent, - thePsychology1, 262:correspondences to the five senses in man, both subjective and objective. But we find the raysPsychology1, 320:The human entity is a curious synthesis, on the subjective side of his nature, producing a fusionPsychology1, 326:of the point of evolution of the inner subjective and spiritual man. Psychology1, 331:and through the outer world of daily living. Subjective Agency: Here we find the mind beingPsychology1, 333:man and with a discussion of certain speculative subjective possibilities. It might therefore bePsychology1, 339:of response and contact is to be found in the subjective fact that humanity is with great speedPsychology1, 339:when the pull or the magnetic attraction of the subjective world and the intangible mental andPsychology1, 346:0 U R. 6 6 3 9 - 24 6. The creator, unifying the subjective and the objective. It is apparent thatPsychology1, 350:Thus there is beginning to be gathered on the subjective side of life a steadily growing group ofPsychology1, 386:pure white magic concerns only the soul or subjective aspect. The black forces, so called, arePsychology1, 407:to the life side of manifestation and to the subjective whole. The monadic ray has an effect whichPsychology1, 423:Fire is the initiating factor in this kingdom. Subjective Agency: Sound. Quality: Extreme density.Psychology1, 424:of "sea growths." Objective Agency: Water. Subjective Agency: Touch. Quality: Rajas or activity.Psychology1, 428:symbolized in the animal power to eat and drink. Subjective Agency: Smell or scent, - thePsychology2, 4:itself as quality and as the determining subjective "color" of the appearances. This naturallyPsychology2, 48:the outer and the inner, the objective and the subjective, between spirit and matter, and betweenPsychology2, 55:the divine ideas, as they emerge from the subjective group consciousness and take those mentalPsychology2, 56:There is a physical form, but the inner, fluid, subjective nature, emotional and mental, in no wayPsychology2, 58:Here, therefore, are indicated two crises in the subjective life of the soul: The crisis whereinPsychology2, 64:the glandular system of the body. 6. This subjective and objective system governs the manifestationPsychology2, 65:spleen is found, along with its corresponding subjective force center, two great currents of energyPsychology2, 65:plexus, as well as with the heart. 7. These two subjective and subconscious streams of energy crossPsychology2, 67:dependent upon the carrying forward of the inner subjective and spiritual work previously describedPsychology2, 70:one world of activity. Of these two worlds, the subjective etheric body (or the body of vitalPsychology2, 79:of self. Attachment to the unseen, the true, the subjective and the Real, which is only possiblePsychology2, 86:and the group good, the objective goal and the subjective goal, the material incentive and thePsychology2, 88:world, for it is one of the first of the inner subjective laws to express itself consciously, andPsychology2, 106:cooperate from the standpoint of an inner subjective linking can a united work be carried forward. Psychology2, 110:this law, the man arrives at a knowledge of his subjective life; he can wield power subjectively,Psychology2, 111:the world of phenomena. It is, in reality, the subjective aspect of that Law. It is the Law ofPsychology2, 117:is that the disciple is now controlled by the subjective side of his nature. He is now governed byPsychology2, 139:meet and contact each other. Thus one group - subjective and objective - can be functioning. TherePsychology2, 183:can be [183] accomplished without these. The subjective linking of each group member with each, andPsychology2, 185:Who, working in mental matter, control from the subjective side of life, the emergence of the greatPsychology2, 186:and with constancy, that unless there is a subjective coherence, all outer forms must eventuallyPsychology2, 186:or never cohere at all. It is only the subjective links and the subjective work that determinesPsychology2, 186:at all. It is only the subjective links and the subjective work that determines success, and thesePsychology2, 192:increasingly occupied with the building of the subjective Temple of the Lord rather than with thePsychology2, 193:are the product of inner activity and of subjective aggregations of force which must perforcePsychology2, 195:is, in the last analysis, the emergence into the subjective consciousness of the same type ofPsychology2, 195:These groups are functioning entirely through a subjective relation, which produces a subjectivePsychology2, 195:through a subjective relation, which produces a subjective integration and activity. When we comePsychology2, 222:each unit of energy in every form, in all its subjective and unified aspects, into the task ofPsychology2, 247:[247] First, the constant effort, based on a subjective impulse, to create those forms which willPsychology2, 247:one whose sense of awareness is occupied with subjective contacts and impacts and is notPsychology2, 300:emphasis upon those sciences which deal with the subjective man and not so predominantly with the
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