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Patanjali, 39:nature) perceives and knows. He enters into the world of causes. The first group might be regardedPatanjali, 48:realization has entered consciously into the world of causes. The world of effects is left behind,Patanjali, 48:consciously into the world of causes. The world of effects is left behind, in so far as the threePatanjali, 49:the Christ, the Buddha, and in the Lord of the World, Who is mentioned in the Bible as the AncientPatanjali, 51:The Gurudeva The Master of all. The light of the world Shining in darkness. The Microcosm ThePatanjali, 53:department is a disciple of the Lord of the World, The Lord of the World is the disciple of one ofPatanjali, 53:of the Lord of the World, The Lord of the World is the disciple of one of the three planetaryPatanjali, 69:perception. This type of vision opens up the world of the intuitional or buddhic plane, and takesPatanjali, 79:five senses comes into touch with the phenomenal world) will gradually assume more and more thePatanjali, 80:speech becomes possible, a knowledge of the world [81] creative processes can be arrived at, andPatanjali, 87:is the One, the only Narayana, the Lord of the World Himself, the Ancient of Days, our PlanetaryPatanjali, 97:thought. In it the perceiver looks out upon the world of causes; he sees with clear vision thePatanjali, 101:at - those stages which lead a man out of the world of form into the realm of the formless.Patanjali, 104:and knows himself as part of the "Light of the World," and "in that light shall he see light." HePatanjali, 104:outlook of the Perceiver upon all phenomena. The world of illusion, or the world of form must bePatanjali, 104:all phenomena. The world of illusion, or the world of form must be "exactly known!' This means,Patanjali, 106:with the spirit can reveal the nature and world of the spirit. "No man hath seen God at any time,Patanjali, 106:ages points to a spiritual force or life in the world; the inference to be garnered from the lifePatanjali, 106:to be gathered from the consideration of the world or of the great maya is that a Cause,Patanjali, 107:emotion and the things of sense, or the [107] " world, the flesh and the devil") can know, past allPatanjali, 107:the body ascertains the nature of the objective world through the medium of his five senses.Patanjali, 107:tastes and smells the things of the physical world. He deals, however, with the effects produced byPatanjali, 108:phenomena and is put en rapport with the thought world, or with that condition of substance inPatanjali, 110:to that state of consciousness wherein the world in which the spiritual man functions and thePatanjali, 110:using the instrument provided for him, but a new world opens up in which he sees his consciousnessPatanjali, 110:thee, that they also may be one in us; that the world may believe that thou hast sent me. And thePatanjali, 111:they may be made perfect in one; and that the world may know that thou hast sent me, and hast lovedPatanjali, 131:adept, and that the Christ Himself, the great World Teacher, knows not all that is the content ofPatanjali, 131:the content of the awareness of the King of the World. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali only deal,Patanjali, 142:ancient practice and through subjection to a world of tangible forms, our physical plane activitiesPatanjali, 144:manipulation of force, and the entering of that world wherein forces are actively set in motionPatanjali, 147:and rhythmic, yet serves to confine him to the world of physical endeavor and limits the powers ofPatanjali, 151:as they work out into the physical objective world) may cause no pain or distress, as they will bePatanjali, 152:so that he no longer merges himself in the great world of thought illusions nor identifies himselfPatanjali, 152:He stands free and detached and uses the world of the senses as the field of his intelligentPatanjali, 153:The means of perception reveal the great maya or world of illusion which is composed of forms ofPatanjali, 153:of matter he will come to a comprehension of the world of form which has held his spirit a prisonerPatanjali, 154:to perceive in all around him in the phenomenal world, the same qualities and elements as inPatanjali, 154:that which he perceives as his forms and their world of being. The sixth sense becomes increasinglyPatanjali, 155:those forms through which he is active in the world of phenomena are duly controlled and that allPatanjali, 155:yet freed and liberated from the control of the world of form, of the elements and of the senses.Patanjali, 157:with man's reaction to the tangible objective world. The five elements: ether, air, fire, water andPatanjali, 157:through which identification with the tangible world becomes possible. The five organs of action:Patanjali, 157:of perception and activity in the phenomenal world are channels for the real thinking man; theyPatanjali, 161:and considers (from his divine standpoint) this world of effects, this great maya of illusion, 2.Patanjali, 161:own immediate environment and in his own tiny world, through the various forms of the world processPatanjali, 161:own tiny world, through the various forms of the world process until the world of causes standsPatanjali, 161:the various forms of the world process until the world of causes stands revealed to him, and thePatanjali, 161:world of causes stands revealed to him, and the world of effects assumes a secondary position. HePatanjali, 162:cause of this triple manifestation. This is the world of ideas and therefore of pure knowledge,Patanjali, 162:The tangible objective forms in the physical world of every day. With these the seer has for longPatanjali, 162:and desires, which all have form in the astral world, the world of the emotions. The thought formsPatanjali, 162:which all have form in the astral world, the world of the emotions. The thought forms in theirPatanjali, 162:their myriad distinctions which crowd the mental world. Through these "presented ideas," the seerPatanjali, 162:mind and can discriminate between the illusory world of present ideas and those realities whichPatanjali, 162:ideas and those realities which constitute the world of spirit. Through this process he arrives atPatanjali, 163:his attention to the not-self or the illusory world of effects and instead of studying his ownPatanjali, 163:at the fifth stage: The ideas presented by the world of spiritual life, the realm of spiritualPatanjali, 163:causes, the spiritual realm. By its means, the world of causes can be interpreted in terms of thePatanjali, 163:the lower personal self (the reflection in the world of effects of the true man) that which thePatanjali, 163:through which he looks out (whether upon the world of effects, upon himself, or upon the world ofPatanjali, 163:the world of effects, upon himself, or upon the world of cause) and the brain, which is thePatanjali, 164:of man is but an infinitesimal part. Man's tiny world, his small environment and contacts, existPatanjali, 164:Life in whose body he is but an atom. The whole world of forms is the result of the thoughtPatanjali, 164:substance, that the thinker creates his own world, whether he be God or man. When a man through thePatanjali, 165:from the realities or from the true subjective world of causes, and of force emanations. He is noPatanjali, 165:and between the life of the spirit and the world of phenomena. He becomes subject then to thePatanjali, 165:subject then to the currents of thought, and the world of ideas emanating from great spiritualPatanjali, 165:dimensional life, yet he goes forth into the world of higher dimensions at his pleasure, and [166]Patanjali, 166:show the reason for the existence of the great world of effects and to tempt the aspirant to anPatanjali, 166:to tempt the aspirant to an investigation of the world of causes; and so to demonstrate the needPatanjali, 167:nature, and the nature of the phenomenal world which he perceives, contacts and uses. The organ ofPatanjali, 168:the spiritual aspect and not with the phenomenal world of forms. This later stage is greatly aidedPatanjali, 169:thus. Identification with the phenomenal world and the use of the outgoing organs of perceptionPatanjali, 170:He regards himself as part of the phenomenal world. When, through experience and discrimination, hePatanjali, 171:spirit and not with those of the great maya or world of forms. This distinction is at firstPatanjali, 171:the happenings of the emotional and physical world. Finally the following of this method eventuatesPatanjali, 171:and his identification with a life and a world of being dissociated from the three worlds of humanPatanjali, 178:act as thick veils, hiding the soul, and the world wherein the soul normally moves. The aspirantPatanjali, 179:initiation. He discerns a new factor and a new world and seeks to make them his own in consciousPatanjali, 181:disciple (or chela) to others and to the outside world. Means II The Rules. Nijama. RightPatanjali, 184:man contemplates, studies or meditates upon the world of causes, upon the "things of God." He then,Patanjali, 194:[194] Maya or illusion, having reference to the world of forms in which the true self finds itselfPatanjali, 194:self is clothed in form; it is deluded in the world of illusion. Every time, however, thatPatanjali, 194:self submerges itself still more in the illusory world and adds to the veil of ignorance. EveryPatanjali, 194:real nature of the self and turned away from the world of the not-self, the illusion is lessened,Patanjali, 200:are forged. As we disentangle ourselves from the world of illusion, our vision becomes cleared, andPatanjali, 201:and reorients himself to the conditions in the world of spiritual being. In these qualities we havePatanjali, 206:he has to cease to desire the things of the world, and of the flesh. This produces an interlude ofPatanjali, 207:towards reality and away from the unreal and the world of illusion. Patanjali, 213:be entered, when the soul looks out upon its own world, sees the vision of things as they are,Patanjali, 216:non-assertive, unresponsive to any lure from the world of illusion. There is a great mysteryPatanjali, 216:seems to respond to the lure of the great world of illusion, the maya of the senses, or to thePatanjali, 216:body from the physical plane and from the mental world, and according to the nature of the man andPatanjali, 220:the health of the physical body. From the astral world via the astral body. This will be purelyPatanjali, 222:the breaking down of the barriers between this world and the astral world, before the pupil isPatanjali, 222:the barriers between this world and the astral world, before the pupil is properly "balancedPatanjali, 229:the consciousness which is outgoing towards the world of [230] phenomena, and must learn to centerPatanjali, 246:into the etheric realm, from thence into the world of desire or of the emotions, and so into thePatanjali, 246:of desire or of the emotions, and so into the world of mental ideas and concepts. This process,
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