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

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Magic, 356:birthing of forms comes to naught. Hence the achieving of soul life is a rare event. Few peopleMagic, 356:belief in God, the revelation of the light, the achieving of a wisdom which helps and aids is notMagic, 393:for us to dwell upon it. For us, there is the achieving of personality, or of a full registrationMagic, 404:their endeavor, all can therefore strive towards achieving continuity of consciousness and atMagic, 465:major experiences that a soul undergoes is the achieving of the stage wherein the pull of matterMagic, 513:he evidences in patience and in waiting and in achieving the meditative poise. As growth takesMagic, 515:of quieting the emotional body, and of achieving that concentration and meditation which will serveMagic, 527:the same as in the individual meditation; the achieving of that focused attention and mental quietMagic, 556:Hitherto the emphasis has been laid on the achieving of [557] a focused attention and on theMeditation, 153:out later. We will deal with the use of forms in achieving specific results, and though it is notMeditation, 199:be comprehended, and it will be utilized for the achieving of certain results. Groups of peopleMeditation, 269:by meditation, and there is no other means for achieving these aims. 3. The third thing thePatanjali, 147:only differing in degree. To the man who is achieving perfection it becomes increasingly apparentPatanjali, 312:as one, for they cover one completed work. After achieving some measure of equilibrium, thePatanjali, 399:its employment in right directions and for the achieving of knowledge of the soul-realm instead ofPatanjali, viii:the highest initiation that man was capable of achieving. In Atlantean days, the progress of thePsychology1, 264:a resurrection enacted also individually by each achieving son of God. This is the great MasonicPsychology1, 354:assets brought by the aspirant to the task of achieving discipleship likewise steadily evolve, andPsychology1, 388:of that goal is assured, as is the ultimate achieving of it, but the incidents of travel cannot bePsychology2, 173:aware also of the method which he must employ in achieving and attaining the releasing equilibrium.Psychology2, 206:of the human family, and are the people who are achieving success in some department of human life.Psychology2, 311:which lies ahead of all aspirants, prior to achieving the goal of initiation. It is the "Arjuna"Psychology2, 367:stand, thereby discovering victory ahead, [367] achieving oneness with the enemy, the Warrior andPsychology2, 370:the personality: That in which there comes the achieving of equilibrium and what might be called aPsychology2, 398:until the soul is consciously known and steadily achieving control, could be illustrated throughPsychology2, 407:of people: Those conscious of cleavage. Those achieving integration with much pain and difficulty.Psychology2, 407:proceeding towards a still higher synthesis. and achieving it: - the synthesis of soul - and body.Psychology2, 470:with so many possibilities that they end by achieving nothing. One plan carried through, one linePsychology2, 492:in a truly right way, he is perforce simply achieving recognition of that which his own soulPsychology2, 661:Group of World Servers has the immediate task of achieving power in moulding men's ideas to thePsychology2, 702:disciples of the world employ it to signify the achieving of that liberty and that freedom whichPsychology2, 747:down the following rules: That they must aim at achieving peaceful relationships with, andPsychology2, 750:emanating from the Hierarchy and the Group. The achieving of an intelligent appreciation of theRays, 16:of His one-pointed thought. He has succeeded in achieving a point of tension, preparatory toRays, 37:connotation have true reference to the task of achieving one or other of the higher initiations.Rays, 80:4 indicates the technique of conflict and the achieving of harmony through that conflict; 4 is alsoRays, 165:planetary center into which all human beings achieving initiation are "withdrawn" esoterically),Rays, 170:when He was last on Earth, and that He is now achieving facility in the higher mediatorship whichRays, 215:consider and unitedly to achieve. They are: The achieving of a non-sentimental group interrelation.Rays, 217:expression of the fourth initiation. The achieving of a selfless and impersonal group interrelationRays, 251:the antahkarana, which is the first step towards achieving monadic consciousness, and thus theRays, 276:in terms of group synthesis. This implies the achieving by them of deepened subjectiveRays, 284:in the three worlds of creative salvaging Achieving ashramic purpose and consequent group activityRays, 388:discounted. Down the ages men have achieved, are achieving and will achieve. The only difference isRays, 410:are becoming Masters, and many disciples are achieving the first initiation, and this factRays, 512:of building the Antahkarana. Intention. The achieving of right orientation Towards the soul TowardsRays, 517:he seeks to do. But when he has succeeded in achieving "mental silence" and is simply a point ofRays, 521:oneself for the revelation of that divinity, of achieving a perfection which would warrant thatRays, 521:possibility latent in man up to that time. The achieving of the perfection of theRays, 669:to your future progress and you should aim at achieving a measure of real understanding. You haveRays, 670:ahead. True transmutation is in reality the achieving of a correct sense of proportion in relationReappearance, 158:oneself for the revelation of that divinity, of achieving a perfection which would warrant thatReappearance, 158:possibility latent in man up to that time. The achieving of the perfection of theSoul, 18:who deals in fractions and decimals without ever achieving an integral unit. Soul, 37:even more important than pure intellect in achieving success, is largely an affair of the balanceTelepathy, 80:of Sanat Kumara; all of it, during the aeons, achieving a group potency and a responding
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