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

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Meditation, 283:therefore, the application of the entire time and self to the bringing of each body under theMeditation, 286:recognizes the occult law, the significance of time, and the point achieved. This is the line ofMeditation, 288:following of the rules laid down, there comes a time when the student is suddenly conscious - rightMeditation, 290:periods will it be marked, until there comes a time when the pupil can link up as easily in thisMeditation, 291:momentary at first, with some one Master. In time the student comes to recognize this vibration andMeditation, 291:of contact is frequently attended by perfume. In time the pupil learns how to raise his vibrationMeditation, 291:it is that the Master has to communicate. As time progresses and the response of the pupil grows,Meditation, 292:of fact. Good work earns for the man in time the right to be with the Master at stated periods.Meditation, 292:the power to transcend the limitations of time and space, are powers of the body egoic, and as allMeditation, 293:through power developed in meditation. As time elapses this ability to contact increases until theMeditation, 293:the point is reached when the pupil can at any time find out what is the will of the Master andMeditation, 294:the doorkeeper - en rapport with the Master. In time this will be more fully understood and effortMeditation, 294:both unlooked for and too brief to catch. But as time progresses, and the pupil succeeds in againMeditation, 295:can really hasten, so the pupil need not waste time in doleful ponderings upon the lack ofMeditation, 298:bulk of human beings in incarnation at the same time. They achieve by right of agelong effort, andMeditation, 300:on their environment, then mayhap will come the time for the founding in esoteric fashion of theMeditation, 301:be publicly recognized. This will never at any time obviate the necessity for always having anMeditation, 303:taking other occult instructions at the same time as they are receiving it from Them. They say not:Meditation, 308:the Path, and when it has been extant for some time Russia may then be in a position to house theMeditation, 308:grades are found will be first in order of time, and are in process of founding now, or will beMeditation, 311:signal that averts from disaster, and when no time is ever lost by a disciple in vain despair andMeditation, 317:be numerically small, and this for a very long time to come, and the personnel will be [318]Meditation, 320:he is admitted. Teachers of occultism waste not time on those not ready. Only when the inner lightMeditation, 326:the use of the public. In this way be serves his time and generation and educates the race in theMeditation, 327:in earlier lives will be there but a brief time, pushing rapidly through the curriculum and simplyMeditation, 335:as the one previously discarded at death. Hence time is never lost in building. Eventually twoMeditation, 336:the Church and the Masons. Wait, for the time is not yet. When the Mysteries are restored some ofMeditation, 337:is to attend to the above rules, and allow time to bring about the remainder of the work. Meditation, 339:of certain colors and sounds. At this particular time two colors are being applied to many peopleMeditation, 341:unshaken perseverance, that recks not [341] of time nor hindrance, but goes on. This capacity toMeditation, 341:to see if there is growth. It takes precious time. Forget your own progress in conforming to theMeditation, 345:he renders oft destructive action, he wastes the time of wiser and greater ones in the correctingMeditation, 345:with discrimination who brings a realization of time into action, and comprehending that each dayMeditation, 345:and no more, wisely adjusts his capacity and the time available to each other. Next follows a wiseMeditation, 346:attention. He obeys all wise instruction, giving time for his recovery. The next step is a steadyMeditation, 346:and scientifically so that it may prove as time goes on a stable foundation for the divine wisdom.Meditation, 347:small steps, but each step, taken at the right time, and each moment wisely occupied, leads to longMeditation, 348:fill a post, but it is equally a loss of time and power when skilled workers hold positions whereMeditation, 348:not the server's planning - indicate that the time is come. Ponder this last sentence. Meditation, 349:all times he does his very best, and wastes not time in backward contemplation, but steadilyMeditation, 349:the personality, and discrimination in work and time. The resultant attitude will be: CompleteMeditation, 355:activities. Mahamanvantara The great period of time of an entire solar system. This term is appliedPatanjali26. Ishvara, the Gurudeva, being unlimited by time conditions, is the teacher of the primevalPatanjali, 15:of knowledge which the seer must cognize at some time or another. It is generally conceded amongPatanjali, 26:they continuously lose their hold over him; the time eventually comes when he is liberated, and isPatanjali, 28:and control is without intermission, then the time will come when the student will know consciouslyPatanjali, 32:plane, the physical. Consequently only "the time of the end" and the dissolution of a solar systemPatanjali, 38:of [38] the mental body so that for the first time the man (on the physical plane and in hisPatanjali, 39:the path of discipleship, and covers the time from their entrance upon the Probationary Path untilPatanjali, 52:26. Ishvara (the Gurudeva), being unlimited by time condition, is the teacher of the primevalPatanjali, 52:of the primeval Lords. Since the conditions of time and space existed there have been those whoPatanjali, 61:an end, for they have served their purpose. 33. Time, which is the sequence of the modifications ofPatanjali, 67:strong enough to force him forwards. He permits time to slip by and does nothing. Obstacle VI -Patanjali, 68:will only produce illusion and error until that time when the higher forms of vision, enumeratedPatanjali, 71:of peace. It is the main characteristic at this time of our mental Aryan race and is the cause ofPatanjali, 77:acts of daily life through the organization of time and the wise utilization of space. Through thisPatanjali, 105:inevitably bring with them another triplicity, Time which connects the three, Space which producesPatanjali, 106:of the spirit. "No man hath seen God at any time, the only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of thePatanjali, 112:duty and is irrespective of race, place, time or emergency. 32. Internal and external purification,Patanjali, 112:internal or motionless; it is subject to place, time and number and is also protracted or brief.Patanjali, 127:five wrong ideas or concepts which for aeons of time and throughout many lives, prevent the sons ofPatanjali, 129:form can bring about eventual release. For the time being and during the process of incarnation,Patanjali, 135:from one object of sense to another until that time comes when he is thrown back alone uponPatanjali, 148:which is the cause of man's evolution in time and space and the factor which carries all lifePatanjali, 149:produce friction and suffering when united in time and space. Patanjali points out that this painPatanjali, 154:its constitution, its purpose and reason. Much time might be given to a consideration of eachPatanjali, 173:condition is based upon a dim memory of a time of satisfaction and of bliss. This has to bePatanjali, 186:duty and is irrespective of race, place, time or emergency. This sutra makes clear the universalityPatanjali, 190:found that no problem, no darkness and no [190] time element can hinder, is a man permitted toPatanjali, 194:of this wrong identification and at the same time the cause of it. The self is clothed in form; itPatanjali, 194:it is deluded in the world of illusion. Every time, however, that "thoughts contrary to yoga" arePatanjali, 194:world and adds to the veil of ignorance. Every time that the "weight of the imagination" is thrownPatanjali, 196:process and "casting images upon the screen of time." This he does through certain words and acts.Patanjali, 199:are apparent throughout the human family at this time in the low health average, in the fullPatanjali, 207:man who has learnt to accept his lot, wastes no time in vain regrets, and his entire energy canPatanjali, 207:of what he may make of it. Thus no strength, time or opportunity is lost, and steady progressPatanjali, 220:internal or motionless; it is subject to place, time and number and is also protracted or brief.Patanjali, 221:This is dealt with in the words "place, time and number." III. The process of illumination and thePatanjali, 224:also hinted at here in the three words, "place, time, and number." In these words the universalPatanjali, 224:recognized as subject to the space-idea and the time-element. It should be borne in mind, in thisPatanjali, 234:their symbolic nature, and their specific use in time-conditions (stage of development) are knownPatanjali, 247:the only distinction between the two is in the time element. Having achieved the capacity to focusPatanjali, 247:one with it). In fact, the mind should, at the time, be conscious only of itself and the object."Patanjali, 249:or the physical plane apprehensions as to time and space. His emotional reactions to the subject ofPatanjali, 253:more and more synchronized with the soul. The time element in transmission recedes into thePatanjali, 256:question and seek to be shown unless at the same time he is willing (as in the acquirement of anyPatanjali, 259:of consciousness are gradually offset, and in time they become simultaneous. Recognition of anPatanjali, 261:true meditation and contemplation for the first time become possible. At first this will only bePatanjali, 262:more informative and less interrupted as time elapses, until a rhythmic response is set up betweenPatanjali, 264:their symbolic nature, and their specific use in time-conditions (stage of development) are knownPatanjali, 265:three aspects cover the three aspects of the time equation or of the relationship of the object toPatanjali, 266:or other of its many states. 3. Specific use in time conditions. As the yogi one-pointedlyPatanjali, 267:covered in this sutra as in the previous one. In time and space all characteristics have relativePatanjali, 270:sense of just values as to the present point in time will grow. A recognition also of the relationPatanjali, 276:The life experiences of every human being since time began, The reactions to experience of thePatanjali, 276:(based on desire) of every human unit throughout time. Herein lies the great deception of thePatanjali, 278:ego. This, however, only covers that cycle of time which began when a man stepped upon thePatanjali, 278:becomes aware of are: Those in his aura at the time of his meditation, Those in his immediatePatanjali, 279:instantly see what he wants in any aura at any time. The subject of his investigation may bePatanjali, 281:body substance All are differentiations in time and space of the one eternal primordial
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