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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - TERMS
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Meditation, 218:or beauty. Note here the fact that I again use terms that are dependent for their correctness uponMeditation, 218:the great basic colors between the various terms that we use to express the totality of theMeditation, 225:Activity, or Power, Wisdom and Intelligence, the terms that we apply to the three aspects of divineMeditation, 229:of all these is perfectly known and exists in terms of consciousness, in terms of form, and inMeditation, 229:known and exists in terms of consciousness, in terms of form, and in terms of intelligence. HeMeditation, 229:terms of consciousness, in terms of form, and in terms of intelligence. He knows it, - if I may soMeditation, 229:He knows it, - if I may so express it, - in terms of color when dealing with form; in terms ofMeditation, 229:- in terms of color when dealing with form; in terms of sound when dealing with the life side, andMeditation, 229:of sound when dealing with the life side, and in terms of vitality when dealing with intelligence,Meditation, 230:in our preceding letter, will be the use of the terms as above described. Meditation, 232:definite rules of refinement. These forces in terms of spiritual development, and not so much inMeditation, 232:of spiritual development, and not so much in terms of form, demonstrate through the virtues, as youMeditation, 234:coordinations of qualities, when expressed in terms of light, color the matters they impinge uponMeditation, 235:virtues, or influences (I reiterate synonymous terms because of the need of clear thinking on yourMeditation, 237:it will be necessary to interpret the above in terms of life, in terms of form, and in terms ofMeditation, 237:to interpret the above in terms of life, in terms of form, and in terms of mind. The Application ofMeditation, 237:above in terms of life, in terms of form, and in terms of mind. The Application of Color InMeditation, 249:become based on vibration and be expressed in terms of sound and color. The religious teaching ofMeditation, 249:of virtue will be likewise imparted in terms of color. People will eventually be grouped underMeditation, 250:weights will some [250] day be understood in terms of sound. The cycle returns, and in the days toMeditation, 251:sound; mental lethargy will be expressed in terms of low [252] vibration, and physical disease willMeditation, 252:work will eventually be expressed in terms of numbers, by colors, and through sound. This sufficesMeditation, 271:develops group consciousness and thinks in group terms of service, gradually his aura takes on moreMeditation, 272:is a technical matter and can be expressed in terms of esoteric science. A man can take initiationMeditation, 272:is a personal relationship, governed by terms of karma and affiliation, and is not dependent upon aMeditation, 273:and the outer ability to express that faculty in terms of holy living; the inner irradiation fromMeditation, 282:unwise. Both love and mind must be expressed in terms of service before the full flower of eitherMeditation, 285:value. So potentially all are, but in present terms of service all are not. True love or wisdomMeditation, 309:of His knowledge. An endeavor to think in group terms and clearly for oneself, not depending uponMeditation, 320:to work in group formation and to think in terms of others. [321] His past incarnations must beMeditation, 331:race. His inner development must be expressed in terms of service before he is permitted to pass onMeditation, 349:not undertake fully to explain all the above terms. It is simply an attempt to render into EnglishPatanjali, 8:that it is the central column which contains the terms applicable to the soul or second aspect. ThePatanjali, 11:and the goal are described in clear and certain terms and the way prepared for the more detailedPatanjali, 36:expresses this thought in particularly clear terms: "The seer is pure vision... he looks outPatanjali, 51:of all things Atoms and souls are synonymous terms. The All-Self The sum total of all selves. I amPatanjali, 53:being achieved - there is nothing (speaking in terms of the human kingdom) to be found exceptPatanjali, 58:nevertheless the correct significance of the terms used in the Sanskrit. Only Vivekananda, amongPatanjali, 66:agree as to this translation, employing the terms, sloth, languor or laziness. This refers not soPatanjali, 84:is darkness. This should be remembered. In terms of occidental mysticism this brings about thePatanjali, 84:the occult line. The truth, as expressed in terms of Christian mysticism, has been frequently andPatanjali, 87:does not adhere to the exact Sanskrit terms. It conveys nevertheless the exact meaning of thePatanjali, 102:can only be adequately translated into clear terms by the use of certain phrases which make thePatanjali, 127:word is translated distractions, and all three terms are equally correct and any of them can bePatanjali, 137:and their killing out. They are interpreted in terms of the student's [138] small advancement. TheyPatanjali, 138:work. They can only be truly understood in terms of the law of Attraction and Repulsion and throughPatanjali, 141:us in the words of the Buddha in the following terms: "Now the Exalted One thus addressed thePatanjali, 148:know not as yet, for we cannot think except in terms of form, however, transcendental those formsPatanjali, 163:means, the world of causes can be interpreted in terms of the intellect. By using it correctly, thePatanjali, 169:the period spent in the Hall of Wisdom. The terms human life, mystic life and occult life apply toPatanjali, 190:difficult to translate the ancient Sanskrit terms by one word or phrase, for in that language aPatanjali, 200:law of rebirth. This sutra gives in unequivocal terms the great teaching that it is desire for formPatanjali, 210:the physical plane takes place, and in these terms the entire outgoing and ingoing activities ofPatanjali, 217:mind that prana and breath are synonymous terms. This is by no means the case. Vivekananda pointsPatanjali, 223:produce effects which come under the descriptive terms, illuminative, purificatory, magnetic,Patanjali, 252:shining forth of the light. There are several terms used here by various commentators andPatanjali, 252:will come a full understanding of the Sanskrit terms. Briefly, the idea involves the conceptionPatanjali, 253:be described in the following concise terms: Meditation, Polarization in the soul or egoicPatanjali, 256:be described (and then inadequately) by such terms as unification, realization, identification,Patanjali, 263:term used is difficult to explain clearly. Such terms as one-pointed, single in intent, fixed,Patanjali, 268:The seven Prajapatis, and other less known terms, and much light will be forthcoming. In thePatanjali, 282:western correspondences are to be found in the terms: Energy spirit life Force soul light MatterPatanjali, 291:as have all the Scriptures of the world. Many terms are applied to this but space only permits usPatanjali, 291:(Rama Prasad). From a study of these terms it will be apparent [292] that within the physicalPatanjali, 297:let us modernize the statement and reduce its terms to those of modern occultism. "By constantPatanjali, 297:of the seven states of being." The various terms used here serve frequently to confuse the studentPatanjali, 297:and it might be wise if we used only two sets of terms, one conveying the orthodox orientalPatanjali, 313:general nature, but gives the exact sense of the terms employed. In the twenty-fifth sutra wePatanjali, 316:the "light of the intuition" is one of the terms which can be applied to this type of illuminativePatanjali, 334:vibrating capacities and called by certain terms. The following tabulation may prove useful if thePatanjali, 339:and in this the true sense of the archaic terms used is preserved instead of academic correctness.Patanjali, 340:when a literal translation of the Sanskrit terms is used. "An outwardly unadjusted fluctuation isPatanjali, 340:Vivekananda expresses the sutra in the following terms: "By making sanyama on the realPatanjali, 348:it we have pictured for us in carefully chosen terms (of which the English is but a paraphrase,Patanjali, 348:one coherent whole and hence the use of four terms to express this lower personal self. ThePatanjali, 354:up to that inconceivable mystery covered by the terms the "All-seeing Eye" and the "Eye of Shiva."Patanjali, 358:delivered into the hands of the Christ. Three terms serve to throw light on this process ofPatanjali, 367:[367] Space and time become for him meaningless terms. The only true Reality is seen to be thePatanjali, 378:these higher powers which can be covered by the terms direct knowledge, intuitive perception,Patanjali, 407:However, as man's capacity to think in large terms, as his power to visualize the past as a whole,Patanjali, 416:The Dweller in the body. These and many other terms will be found scattered throughout theProblems, 10:it is now possible to think in far wider terms and to see humanity in a truer perspective. OurProblems, 10:because only when men can think in these wider terms will the fusion of all men everywhere becomeProblems, 10:of the Nations Most men today think in terms of their own nation or group and this is their largestProblems, 12:national integrity - interpreted often in terms of boundaries and the expansion of trade - mustProblems, 12:to handle its problems or to think in larger terms. The late world war was symptomatic ofProblems, 12:They all indicate inability to think in larger terms; they are an [13] expression of worldProblems, 17:able to demonstrate a new capacity to think in terms of unselfish international relations and notProblems, 17:international relations and not solely in terms of the material civilization which she demonstratedProblems, 17:to convey thoughts in concise and crystal clear terms will be utilized to bring home to many theProblems, 17:of the international attitude to France in terms of unselfish human relations, summarizes theProblems, 17:thinkers realize. Can France learn to think in terms of and for those who lie beyond herProblems, 17:her boundaries, or will she continue to think in terms of France? These are the questions she mustProblems, 18:their relation to all other peoples on equal terms. The major trouble facing the United NationsProblems, 21:a wish for this to be accomplished on her own terms - the terms of a general control of otherProblems, 21:this to be accomplished on her own terms - the terms of a general control of other lands, beginningProblems, 24:They need to resolve their national problem in terms of goodwill and not of selfish interests.Problems, 27:order will come when freedom is interpreted in terms of self-chosen discipline; a freedom which canProblems, 28:contribution is considered, as it now is, in terms of its commercial value or its politicalProblems, 28:lacks, plus a willingness to take from others on terms of equality. Every country has its own
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