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

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Astrology, 394:knowledge gained. It is apt to remain a mental acquisition and not a practical experience. He willAstrology, 511:form. Losses - Withdrawal from matter. Gains - Acquisition of spiritual powers. The other tenAutobiography, 179:makes it entirely a selfish thing and a means of acquisition of things for the separated self. TrueDestiny, 121:founded upon somewhat higher motives and the acquisition of more land and territorial possessionsDiscipleship1, 150:controlled; in the future, the results of this acquisition will be employed. Once, my brother, youDiscipleship2, 236:by the concrete mind) is related to form, to the acquisition of that which is desired and dedicatedDiscipleship2, 732:and of purpose in my work. This will require the acquisition and the recognition of a spirit whichExternalisation, 126:selfish, animated by ambition and the spirit of acquisition. Externalisation, 215:entrenched forces of aggression, of material acquisition and pure selfishness, working through aExternalisation, 237:greed for territorial expansion and her ruthless acquisition of the goods and [238] possession ofExternalisation, 578:of learning; this will lead to no damage to the acquisition of academic knowledge or the rightFire, 289:or mind) in a previous solar system, to the acquisition of wisdom through objectivity, and to theFire, 306:Men. The basic work of man is accumulation and acquisition, or the acquiring of that which mustFire, 376:of the mind principle; there are three stages of acquisition, and two wherein that which has beenFire, 472:The bodily actions good and bad - done after the acquisition of the discriminative knowledge. (VideFire, 886:is a stimulation of consciousness, and the acquisition (through that stimulation) of the psychicFire, 993:motive, he is liable to be led astray by the acquisition of power. Knowledge of the laws of magicIntellect, 65:that the heart's desire may be either for the acquisition of those possessions [66] which theIntellect, 185:goodwill, and glowing love, together with the acquisition of transcendental powers and virtues,Magic, 86:- desire for physical life, and desire for the acquisition of the tangible. The relation betweenMagic, 481:his own aggrandizement, focused on his personal acquisition of possessions, and directed entirelyMagic, 488:home to roost." A potent desire for material acquisition will eventually return bringing inevitablyMagic, 557:embodying the urgent desire of a man for selfish acquisition or that thought-form which we call aMeditation, 74:center, receive themselves a corresponding acquisition of rotary power. [75] Period IV - marks theMeditation, 86:the centers are keyed high enough to receive the acquisition of fresh stimulation. When this hasMeditation, 238:of differentiation, is the path of acquisition. It is the homogeneous becoming the many or theMeditation, 270:to grasp and acquire for himself. This life of acquisition for the purposes of giving must have forMeditation, 347:the mind body he seeks therefore orderly acquisition of knowledge, a supply of that which may bePatanjali, 268:particular range of qualities out of that total acquisition which the life is manifesting throughProblems, 79:the desire for material comfort, for the acquisition and the accumulation of things, the desire forPsychology1, 356:of quality, and its effect is to stimulate the acquisition of knowledge and the growth of the humanPsychology1, 393:material into that which loves the real, and the acquisition of the things of the spirit instead ofPsychology2, 297:upon material inclusiveness and tangible acquisition, and there will, therefore, be found (in thisPsychology2, 349:the focus of his activity is contribution, not acquisition, and, by [350] the working of the higher
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