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sense-conscious

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  • The illumined mind sees and hears and feels the vibrations that emanate from all who are travailing in the meshes of the sense-conscious life; but through all the sympathetic sorrow, there runs the thread of a divine assurance and certainty of profound joy -- a bliss that passes comprehension or description.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • It is this marvelously developed inner vision that makes marriage, on the sense-conscious plane, which is the plane upon which we know marriage as it is to-day, objectionable to Balzac.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • Many, perhaps, do not function beyond the higher planes of the psychic vibrations, but even these are aware of the reality of the soul, and the illusion of the sense-conscious, mortal life.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • Illumination (which have the first fruits of the spirit), are not free from the travail of the sense-conscious world, until such time as the cycle has been completed, and those who "are already in Christ, and then they that are Christ's at his coming," shall have made possible the perfected creation, and brought about the reign of love on earth.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • Leo was present at the bedside and described the scene with the utmost frankness regarding its effect upon his mind; and again we note that awful fear and hopeless questioning which characterizes the sense-conscious man whose intellect has been cultivated to the very edge of the line which separates the self-conscious life from the cosmic conscious.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • His view is reversed, and where he formerly looked from the sense-conscious plane forward into a _possible_ spiritual plane, he now gazes back over the path from the spiritual heights and sees the winding road that led upward to the elevation, much as a traveller on the mountain top looks back and for the first time sees all of the devious trail over which he has, climbed to his present vantage point.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • This phrase, "out of fate into freedom," may be read to mean, literally, out of the bondage of the sense-conscious life which entails rebirth and continued experience, into the light of Illumination which makes us free.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • The sense-conscious person regards the _things of the senses_ as important.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • A great and abiding love for and patience with the frailties of his sense-conscious fellow-beings;

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • This faculty, or rather we should say _these faculties_ -- because they find expression in many ways, through avenues correlative to the physical senses -- prove the existence of a realm of consciousness, far above the planes of the mortal or sense-conscious man, and transcending the region known as the astral and psychic areas of consciousness.

    Cosmic Consciousness

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