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

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Initiation, 155:produce a studied and desired result; to utter words, and be fully aware of the consequence on allInitiation, 155:digress thus before taking up the committal of words to the initiate, in order to emphasize theInitiation, 155:XV - The Giving of the Word The Use of the Words We have already dealt with the significance of theInitiation, 155:have already dealt with the significance of the Words of Power in a brief manner. We might now sumInitiation, 155:somewhat upon the initiation ceremony, and the Words as committed to the initiate. The postulatesInitiation, 155:process and the power of speech. 1. All the Words of Power are rooted in the Great Word committedInitiation, 156:at the dawn of manifestation. [156] 2. All the Words of Power are permutations or expansions of theInitiation, 156:path of return, speech becomes ever more brief, words are more sparingly used, and the timeInitiation, 156:comes when the adept employs formulas of words only as required to carry out specific purposesInitiation, 156:condition. It refers to the controlled use of words to effect certain ends, and the retention ofInitiation, 157:lines of endeavor will the first of the Great Words be committed to him. 5. Every Great WordInitiation, 157:one Word which is committed to him. The seven words which form the Great Word at any initiation areInitiation, 158:of their degree or initiated grade. The three Words which blend the seven are seldom used exceptInitiation, 160:keys in, if it might be so expressed, with other Words, and is but one Word of the sevenfold Word,Initiation, 160:latter does to the Planetary Logos. The sacred Words of seven solar systems (of which ours is butInitiation, 160:reveal them to those who are ready. These seven Words of the solar system, which form the logoicInitiation, 161:plane, but a word which synthesizes the three Words for the three worlds is also committed. It isInitiation, 161:which synthesizes the fourth, fifth and sixth Words is given by the Hierophant, and thus theInitiation, 165:will serve to show that, as in the case of the Words, apprehension had to involve two senses, so inInitiation, 186:given out, provided always that we remember that words serve more to blind than to elucidate, andInitiation, 188:and this is hinted at in the Book of job, in the words, "Canst thou bind the sweet influence of theInitiation, 190:only the analogy exists on such high levels that words only blur and dim the truth. Certain of theInitiation, 194:to pass through the fiery furnace those motives words, and thoughts which are the mainspring ofInitiation, 198:applicants must learn the occult truth of the words: - "Make haste slowly." A process of gradualInitiation, 199:eliminate all unkind, unnecessary and wasteful words. The effects of the spoken word will beInitiation, 199:time comes when the group can be served by wise words, a careful intimation of conditions, good orInitiation, 200:The whole question of the study of sound and of words, sacred or otherwise, has to be taken up byInitiation, 203:The purpose of sound. The esoteric meaning of words, of grammar, and of syntax. The laws ofInitiation, 208:final rule is very brief and consists of five words. Rule 14 Listen, touch, see, apply, know. TheseInitiation, 208:Rule 14 Listen, touch, see, apply, know. These words concern what the Christian might aptly callInitiation, 209:AN ESOTERIC CATECHISM The following are some words from Archive XIII of the Masters' Records, thatInitiation, 215:simply an attempt to render into English certain words used in this book, so that the reader mayInitiation, 221:objective through divine magic. A form of words or syllables rhythmically arranged, so that whenIntellect, 5:their conclusions and both reach the point where words prove futile to embody the intuitedIntellect, 11:to learn his lesson and go forward. Read the words of Carlyle and note how appropriate they are toIntellect, 12:that have elapsed since Carlyle wrote these words, we know that mankind did not fail to go forward.Intellect, 13:of order and decorum and measure in deeds and words'." Babbitt adds (and this is the point to note)Intellect, 16:These witnesses to the unseen world spoke with words of power and gave forth messages which haveIntellect, 29:or revelation of God. This only means, in other words, the laws of God's Nature, as revealed to usIntellect, 31:Keyserling hints at this in the following words: "We are aware of the limits of human reason; weIntellect, 35:Plato and many others, whose thoughts and words have set their mark upon the minds of men forIntellect, 36:best minds of the race. They say to us in the words of Walt Whitman: "I and my kind do not convinceIntellect, 36:Dr. Overstreet calls this to our attention in words that carry the true mystical message. He says:Intellect, 39:which we cover by those much misunderstood words - concentration, meditation, and contemplation.Intellect, 52:makes its presence felt, till the meaning of the words of the Christ becomes clear. He said, "I amIntellect, 68:other group. It will be found, however, that the words mystic and mystical are very loosely usedIntellect, 68:uses the one term Mystic in both relations. His words form a most fascinating prelude to our theme.Intellect, 73:the Hindus, The Bhagavad Gita, these significant words are found: "Self is the friend of self forIntellect, 73:Creator, God the Savior of man. It is, in the words of St. Paul, "Christ in us, the hope of glory."Intellect, 74:of our modern times can be summed up in the words "From authority to experience." How can we know?Intellect, 77:unfailingly reveals the divine. The important words here are "ordered process." There are certainIntellect, 82:This is summed up for us in the familiar words of Browning: "Truth is within ourselves; it takes noIntellect, 85:is summed up for us by Meister Eckhart in these words: "The soul's lower powers should be orderedIntellect, 85:- Pfeiffer, Franz, Meister Eckhart, page 40. The words of Dr. Charles Whitby, the translator ofIntellect, 91:which must precede any definite exercises. The words of the Rev. R.J. Campbell state succinctly ourIntellect, 95:origin, and philologists seem to think that two words are responsible. One is the Latin wordIntellect, 95:results. Other suggested origins have to do with words denoting the taking of counsel or of advice,Intellect, 97:and knowledge, and Christ points this out in the words: "If any man shall do his will, he shallIntellect, 103:of thoughts occurs. The clothing of ideas with words which clearly express them is one of theIntellect, 104:The word "concentration" comes from the Latin words "con" = "together" and "centrare" = "toIntellect, 106:oneself to concentrate? One might reply, in the words of the French proverb: "Le meilleur moyen deIntellect, 107:secret of success can be expressed in the simple words: Pay attention. In talking to people, inIntellect, 110:In The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali we find these words: "The gradual conquest of the mind's tendencyIntellect, 113:In A Treatise on Cosmic Fire the following words occur: "The wise student regards all forms ofIntellect, 116:why students are advised to take some specific words or a verse from some sacred book for theirIntellect, 116:in their power to get behind the form of the words and so to arrive at the true meaning. We haveIntellect, 129:Thus we shall demonstrate the truth of the words of Mr. Chaplin in his valuable little book TheIntellect, 130:We must remember that in using all such words as "upwards " and "downwards," "higher" and "lower,"Intellect, 132:is much handicapped by two things: the use of words, which only serve to limit and distort, and theIntellect, 133:this perhaps as well as anyone in the following words: [134] "When the man of prayer has madeIntellect, 138:aspect. Students would do well to remember the words in The Secret Doctrine. "Matter is the VehicleIntellect, 141:the three stages we have considered in the words of Patanjali - "The gradual conquest of the mind'sIntellect, 143:do better than close this chapter with some words of Evelyn Underhill: "The full spiritualIntellect, 149:attempt of the visionary aspirant to express in words the wonders that he has sensed. Intellect, 164:[164] This idea Dr. Dibblee sums up in the words: "The point at which I have arrived is theIntellect, 171:Chapter Seven - Intuition and Illumination These words any experienced teacher of meditation canIntellect, 172:on earth. Let me close this chapter with some words written by a Hindu mystic and some by a modernIntellect, 182:they have seen the blue prints. Fourth: In the words of all schools of mystics in both hemispheres,Intellect, 182:hemispheres, these results are summed up in the words: Union with God, or At-one-ment withIntellect, 182:part of the Universal Soul (paradoxical as those words may be), is devoid of all sense ofIntellect, 183:of the part that intellection has played, the words of St. Paul take on a new clarity, when heIntellect, 183:as demonstrators of this divine science. The words that I used in my book, The Soul and ItsIntellect, 187:of Unity. In the same essays we find the words: "They (Buddhists) finally found out thatIntellect, 190:final stages in his fourth Book in the following words: "The state of isolated unity (withdrawnIntellect, 192:Al-Mahjub, pages 281-282. Again we find these words: "One of the Shaykhs says: 'Four things areIntellect, 193:with the Oriental Knowers in the following words: "Intellect is the highest power of the soul andIntellect, 222:my typewriter I can hear all sorts of voices and words and sounds which are not physical. I cannotIntellect, 228:to keep the mind unmoving upon a certain form of words, so that their meaning is clear in ourIntellect, 228:is clear in our consciousness, and not the words themselves, or the fact that we are attempting toIntellect, 228:Self. That Self am I." Concentrate now upon the words: "Thou God seest me." The mind is notIntellect, 229:is made to meditate definitely upon a form of words, veiling a truth, there should be nothingIntellect, 229:condition by the rhythmic repetition of certain words. We are told that Tennyson induced in himselfIntellect, 229:all extraneous thoughts, except those which the words under consideration arouse. The words takenIntellect, 229:which the words under consideration arouse. The words taken in this particular form can illustrateIntellect, 230:"Imagine you have to give a lecture upon these words to an audience. Picture yourself asIntellect, 231:and experience is necessary before such words (so frequently chosen by well-meaning beginners) asIntellect, 232:which the mind can range at will (note those words) provided they have a bearing upon theIntellect, 238:has been expressed for us by Plutarch in these words: "An idea is a Being incorporeal, which has noIntellect, 238:- De Placit. Philos. These are significant words and hold much information for the student of thisIntellect, 244:he wants to see, and he hears the magnificent words of recognition for which he hankers. It does
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