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

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Patanjali, 112:beings is perfected, the effectiveness of his words and acts is immediately to be seen. 37. WhenPatanjali, 126:It is interesting to note here that the words "soul vision" precede the thought of the eliminatedPatanjali, 126:elimination of the obstruction necessitates. The words "elimination of the obstructions" or thePatanjali, 137:are given by the ordinary student to the words attachment, desire, and their killing out. They arePatanjali, 138:[138] small advancement. They are but English words which most inadequately and only symbolicallyPatanjali, 139:be overcome by an opposing mental attitude. The words "subtly known" could be paraphrased as "whenPatanjali, 139:by the inner man," and the thought back of the words has been well explained by Dvivedi in hisPatanjali, 141:four noble truths have been stated for us in the words of the Buddha in the following terms: "NowPatanjali, 145:life-energy no longer flows downwards. The three words birth, life and experience sum up humanPatanjali, 150:is yet to come may be warded off. The Sanskrit words here give a twofold idea. They infer first ofPatanjali, 153:sutras in the book for in a few concise words we have summed [154] up for us the nature ofPatanjali, 154:to a consideration of each sentence, and the words, "the qualities," "the elements," "the senses,"Patanjali, 160:Jha throws still further light upon it in the words: "The spectator is absolute sentience, andPatanjali, 170:passes under the guidance of the master. Certain words describe this dual process: Aspiration,Patanjali, 172:archives of the Lodge of Masters, the following words are found: "It suffices not to know the wayPatanjali, 188:the risks that his unprepared brother takes. The words "internal and external purity" relate to thePatanjali, 190:by the endeavor to arrive at the thoughts which words convey. It is developed by a close scrutinyPatanjali, 190:Johnston gives the same idea in very beautiful words and the method is adequately brought out. HePatanjali, 193:pain, and ignorance or delusion. There are three words which the occult student associates everPatanjali, 195:in the first [195] Epistle of St. John where the words are found "We shall be like Him for we shallPatanjali, 195:beings is perfected, the effectiveness of his words and acts is immediately to be seen. ThisPatanjali, 196:divine which a form (tangible, objective, or of words) clothes. It involves, therefore, thePatanjali, 196:to construct a form (tangible, objective, or of words) which will convey the truth as it is. ThisPatanjali, 196:under consideration - the effectiveness of all words and acts to convey reality or truth as it is.Patanjali, 196:the basis for the great science of mantras or of words of power which are the equipment of everyPatanjali, 196:screen of time." This he does through certain words and acts. For the aspirant, the development ofPatanjali, 197:Strict attention to every formulation of words used, The wise use of silence as a factor ofPatanjali, 197:unasked and unclaimed. In some translations the words are found "all jewels are his." It must bePatanjali, 199:is little conservation of energy, and the very words "dissipation" and dissipated men" carry aPatanjali, 201:to the technical translation of the Sanskrit words on account of the misunderstanding of the wordsPatanjali, 201:words on account of the misunderstanding of the words used. Literally the translation runsPatanjali, 207:which is himself, and finds out the truth of the words of the Christ that "the pure in heart shallPatanjali, 208:great receiver and the One is known." In these words the purification by fire and by air is dealtPatanjali, 208:Path of Discipleship, and is hinted at in the words "waters of sorrow" so often used. Now the fieryPatanjali, 209:send forth the call for fire, embodied in the words: 'I seek the Way; I yearn to know. Visions IPatanjali, 217:in his commentary on the sutra in the following words: "When the posture has been conquered, thenPatanjali, 221:or otherwise. This is dealt with in the words "place, time and number." III. The process ofPatanjali, 222:or other, mild or the reverse. A few explanatory words can, however, be given which will enable thePatanjali, 224:significance is also hinted at here in the three words, "place, time, and number." In these wordsPatanjali, 224:three words, "place, time, and number." In these words the universal triplicities must bePatanjali, 224:karma, opportunity and form; there are certain words which when rightly understood give the key toPatanjali, 228:gives a beautiful rendering of this sutra in the words: "Thence comes the mind's power to holdPatanjali, 245:forms. These may take the form of symbols or of words. In one of the Puranas the idea embodied inPatanjali, 245:form of the Exalted One, concluding with these words: "...upon Him let the yogin ponder; and lostPatanjali, 248:Kecidhvaja, expresses this idea in the following words: "The soul has the means. Thinking is thePatanjali, 249:or contemplation exceedingly difficult, for words and phrases are but the effort of the mind toPatanjali, 264:picture of the ideas involved, in the following words: "...we get a twofold view of this object,Patanjali, 269:progress. Johnson translates this sutra in the words: "Difference in stage is the cause ofPatanjali, 282:and of all phenomena is to be found in the words: "Matter is the vehicle for the manifestation ofPatanjali, 288:in The Voice of the Silence in the following words: "Let thy Soul lend its ear to every cry of painPatanjali, 289:the elephant. Many commentators infer from these words, that meditation upon other animals willPatanjali, 301:of the thinking principle;" in other words, perfect one-pointed meditation. By meditation upon thePatanjali, 304:esoteric significance attached to these brief words. Patanjali, 305:these three centers not only sound but form words; they therefore command the building of vitalPatanjali, 311:negative, feminine and receptive. Those two words are but symbols of the two great impulsesPatanjali, 312:It should be borne in mind here that these two words are the physical plane analogies to the greatPatanjali, 314:side of this matter has been well covered in the words of W. Q. Judge: "There are two inferencesPatanjali, 315:also gives the same teaching in the following words: "The light in the head is explained to be thatPatanjali, 322:reveals the Father or spirit and so fulfils the words of Christ, when He said (in reply to Philip'sPatanjali, 327:law of this science can be summed up in the words "energy follows thought" and the sequence ofPatanjali, 331:in the Archives of the Lodge, are found these words: "Let the seeker after truth escape fromPatanjali, 337:- buddhic, The sounds of the Gods, The creative words - atmic, The word or sound, the AUM -Patanjali, 338:in wordless thoughts, or in perfectly definite words and sentences." Patanjali, 339:books, certain keys and knowledge, certain words and formulas, can be entrusted to him which will,Patanjali, 341:this state of being. He referred to it in these words: "I knew a man in Christ above fourteen yearsPatanjali, 341:caught up into paradise, and heard unspeakable words, which it is not lawful for a man to utter."Patanjali, 345:touched upon in Light on the Path in [345] the words: "Inquire of the earth, the air and the water,Patanjali, 349:which is will, power or strength - any of these words suffice. Strength, beauty and form, thePatanjali, 349:in Heaven, being "made in the image of God." Two words are used by translators to convey this ideaPatanjali, 355:in his translation and commentary has these words: "Mastery over the Pradhana means the power ofPatanjali, 357:[357] thought will be seen by the study of his words as follows: "The spiritual man is enmeshed inPatanjali, 363:soul, and this can be realized when the words of a Hindu commentator are considered. He says: As anPatanjali, 366:form. [366] Of this knower we can apply the words of the teacher whose works are found in thePatanjali, 366:superficial reader is the significance of the words Eternal Now, and these it is not possible toPatanjali, 369:conscious realization of the significance of the words: My life (the lower physical life) is hidPatanjali, 369:powers) are gained by incarnation, or by drugs, words of power, intense desire or by meditation. 2.Patanjali, 369:powers) are gained by incarnation, or by drugs, words of power, intense desire or by meditation. WePatanjali, 369:of wisdom to protest here against the use of the words "cosmic consciousness" as untrue andPatanjali, 379:it is interesting to note that we have in these words an instance of the fact that the Yoga SutrasPatanjali, 379:The release of the astral consciousness. 3. Words of Power Creation by speech, or the method of thePatanjali, 380:and the only ones to be practised; drugs and words of power or mantric incantations are the toolsPatanjali, 380:might here be asked, is it not true that words of power and the use of incense form part of thePatanjali, 380:powers. The Masters and their disciples use words of power in order to deal with the non-humanPatanjali, 382:standpoint of the intelligent human unit, three words cover the process and the result. These wordsPatanjali, 382:words cover the process and the result. These words are, transfer, transmutation, andPatanjali, 382:and in spiritual unfoldment is given in the words "As a man thinketh, so is he," and to it one canPatanjali, 382:a transformation is produced, and the words of St. Paul become therefore clear: "Be ye thereforePatanjali, 387:a true understanding of the significance of the words "made in the image of God." HisPatanjali, 389:An analysis of the significance of these words and a study of the commentary of the great teacherPatanjali, 394:expresses it in his commentary in the following words: "In like manner, the same over-rulingPatanjali, 395:term which might be used in connection with the words "desire to live" is "the will to experience."Patanjali, 397:to note the occult meaning conveyed in the words "the support of the outward going life, or object"Patanjali, 403:mind of the thinker formulates them. In other words, that through the modifications of our ownPatanjali, 406:upon those many mind impulses. In these words, the whole concept is swung out of the realm of thePatanjali, 408:translated most ably by Charles Johnston in the words: "An object is perceived or it is notPatanjali, 418:of evolution. In Book I. Sutra 41, we find these words: "To him whose Vrittis (modifications of theProblems, 79:last question can be answered in the well known words: "The love of money is the root of all evil".Problems, 80:the ownership of those resources. The dominating words in our newspapers, over our radios, and inProblems, 80:and trusts, finance, taxation - these are the words which control our planning, arouse ourProblems, 126:basis of what they thought God meant and their words and ideas have, therefore, become religious
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