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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - AGE
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Discipleship2, 675: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.H.B. November 1948 MYDiscipleship2, 676:A close study of Discipleship in the New Age (Vol. I) will disclose to you that it was on thisDiscipleship2, 681: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.I.J. To D. I. J. JanuaryDiscipleship2, 682: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.I.J. August 1940 MYDiscipleship2, 685:hard task at the close of this Piscean age, due to the sixth ray expression of the Christian era.Discipleship2, 685:saying is) and that which belongs to a passing age - an age which should pass. This affects alsoDiscipleship2, 685:is) and that which belongs to a passing age - an age which should pass. This affects also yourDiscipleship2, 688: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.I.J. August 1942 Much youDiscipleship2, 688: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.I.J. September 1943Discipleship2, 691:the service of thought-form building in the New Age. This you can do if you will free yourself fromDiscipleship2, 692: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.I.J. November 1944 MYDiscipleship2, 696: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.I.J. August 1946 MYDiscipleship2, 696:In publishing the book Discipleship in the New Age, your friend and teacher, A.A.B. made the remarkDiscipleship2, 696:disability or against what the world calls "old age." This is a thing you are very apt to do, andDiscipleship2, 696:in experience, which is the gift of wise old age, and look forward to the Great Adventure whichDiscipleship2, 696:as the world recognizes, neither is there any age, except the age of the soul; that need cause youDiscipleship2, 696:recognizes, neither is there any age, except the age of the soul; that need cause you no concern;Discipleship2, 697: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - L.U.T. To L. U. T. AugustDiscipleship2, 698: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - L.U.T. November 1944 MYDiscipleship2, 700: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - L.U.T. August 1946 MYDiscipleship2, 703: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.E.I. To D. E. I. AugustDiscipleship2, 703: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.E.I. September 1943 MYDiscipleship2, 708: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.E.I. November 1944 MYDiscipleship2, 713: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - H.S.D. To H. S. D. SeptemberDiscipleship2, 717: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - H.S.D. November 1944 BROTHERDiscipleship2, 721: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - H.S.D. August 1946 MYDiscipleship2, 724: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - L.T.S-K. To L. T. S-K.Discipleship2, 729: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - L.T.S-K. November 1944 MYDiscipleship2, 730:I said at my last word with you was that your age was such that it was well-nigh impossible for youDiscipleship2, 732: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - L.T.S-K. August 1946 BROTHERDiscipleship2, 734: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - R.S.W. To R. S. W. JanuaryDiscipleship2, 735: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - R.S.W. August 1940 BROTHERDiscipleship2, 738: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - R.S.W. August 1942 ShiftDiscipleship2, 739: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - R.S.W. September 1943 MYDiscipleship2, 740: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - R.S.W. November 1944 MYDiscipleship2, 742:year. By the time a disciple reaches the age of forty-nine his pathway of life service should beDiscipleship2, 745: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - R.S.W. August 1946 MYDiscipleship2, 748: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - R.S.W. November 1948 MYDiscipleship2, 750: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.L.R. To D. L. R. JanuaryDiscipleship2, 751: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.L.R. August 1940 There areDiscipleship2, 755: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.L.R. August 1942 Be notDiscipleship2, 755: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.L.R. September 1943 MYDiscipleship2, 759: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.L.R. November 1944 BROTHERDiscipleship2, 762: Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.L.R. August 1946 MYDiscipleship2, 767: Discipleship in the New Age II - The Mysteries The Mysteries Great is the mystery of godliness!Education Education in the New Age - Preface Educational Trends in a World Crisis by Oliver L. Reiser ThisEducation, vi:then provide the norms for Education in the New Age, as the Tibetan terms it. The world todayEducation, viii:and West. During our industrial and expansionist age there have been increasing evidences of theEducation, viii:ideology. In this education for the New Age, the type of East-West philosophy presented by theEducation, viii:social implications of the education for the New Age must be stated as explicitly as possible. TheEducation, xii: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Introductory Statements I. The Objective of the NewEducation, 3:tested in the past and found adequate. But each age has a differing standard of adequacy. TheEducation, 3:a differing standard of adequacy. The Piscean Age dealt with the detail of the endeavor to measureEducation, 3:- religious, political and economic. But the age of synthesis, of inclusiveness and ofEducation, 4:us, and the new education of the [4] Aquarian Age must begin very gently to penetrate the humanEducation, 4: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Introductory Statements V. Education has three majorEducation, 5:also should concern itself during the new age with the bridging of this gap between the threeEducation, 7: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Some Questions Answered Some Questions Answered I will nowEducation, 9:the phenomenal world is but the symbol. At the age of seventeen the study of psychology will beEducation, 11:5. Spiritually. By this I mean that the apparent age of the soul under consideration will beEducation, 11: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Some Questions Answered The third question asks: "What isEducation, 13:and the dominant thoughts of their time and age, or of someone in their environment. Let me nowEducation, 13:in teaching children up to fourteen years of age, it is necessary to bear in mind that they areEducation, 14: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Theory, Methods and Goals Theory, Methods and Goals AllEducation, 18: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Theory, Methods and Goals It might be of value here if IEducation, 21: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Theory, Methods and Goals Education must work, therefore,Education, 24: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Theory, Methods and Goals You will note that these wordsEducation, 29: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Coordination and Integration Coordination and IntegrationEducation, 32: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Coordination and Integration In the above paragraph and itsEducation, 35:7. Above all else, the educators in the new age will endeavor to teach man the science of unifyingEducation, 36: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Coordination and Integration 8. The educators in the newEducation, 36:and Integration 8. The educators in the new age will deal with the processes or methods to beEducation, 37:new culture which will distinguish the Aquarian Age. Other disciples will later elaborate my theme,Education, 38: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - Civilization and Culture II. The Cultural Unfoldment ofEducation, 39:purpose of any particular world period. In each age, some idea must be expressed in the currentEducation, 40: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - Civilization and Culture In the present race a differentEducation, 40:and is nearing its consummation. In each age, some idea functions and expresses itself in bothEducation, 42:produced, will characterize the coming Aquarian Age and its civilizations. Such an expression ofEducation, One of:They are overseeing or ushering in the New Age and are present at the birth pangs of the newEducation, 45: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - Civilization and Culture In the field of education unitedEducation, 47:are the great concepts which must govern the new age with its nascent civilization and its futureEducation, 49:let me assure you that by the time the Aquarian Age is in full flower, this will be the assured andEducation, 49: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - Civilization and Culture The following sequence suggestsEducation, 52: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Process of Unfoldment The Process of Unfoldment IEducation, 53:[53] general recognition. He inaugurated the "age of love" and gave to the people an expression ofEducation, 53:aspect, that of love. The Buddha culminated the "age of knowledge." The Christ began the "age ofEducation, 53:the "age of knowledge." The Christ began the "age of love." Both ages embody and express two majorEducation, 55: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Process of Unfoldment When the will or sacrificeEducation, 56: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Process of Unfoldment There is one point that I wouldEducation, 56:One of the major contributions of the present age to the unfoldment of the race has been theEducation, 59: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Nature of Esotericism The Nature of EsotericismEducation, 59:The Nature of Esotericism Educators in the new age will lay an increasing emphasis upon theEducation, 61: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Nature of Esotericism The esotericist in training has,Education, 62: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Nature of Esotericism There is a tendency amongEducation, 66: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Nature of Esotericism Esoteric study, when coupledEducation, 69: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Present Transition Period III. The Next Step in theEducation, 71: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Present Transition Period The time factor (from theEducation, 72:previous attempts to impose a form of the new age education upon the modern child has been of aEducation, 73:process and method. The imposition of the new age ways in education, upon a child who is basicallyEducation, 73:type; the later Aryan or early New Age type, which will be predominantly mental, and at the same
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