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

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Psychology1, 199:The whole problem of slaughter, whether in the animal or the human kingdom, originated in eventsPsychology1, 199:all differences, and thus change the mode of animal initiation, whether this refers to the animalPsychology1, 199:of animal initiation, whether this refers to the animal kingdom or to his own animal body. In thePsychology1, 199:this refers to the animal kingdom or to his own animal body. In the fourth kingdom, the emergingPsychology1, 200:kingdom in nature. The growing purpose of his animal form must give place to the dynamic will ofPsychology1, 200:kingdom, plus the sacrifice through blood of the animal kingdom, bring man to the portal ofPsychology1, 213:Kingdom. - VII The Vegetable Kingdom. - VI The Animal Kingdom. - V The Kingdom of Men. - IV ThePsychology1, 216:VI. Idealistic Devotion Upward Tendency. 3. Animal III. Adaptability Instinct. VI. DevotionPsychology1, 219:the minerals needed for this skeleton form. The animal kingdom, in turn, draws its sustenancePsychology1, 220:draws its life (from the form angle) out of the animal kingdom as well as from the sun, water andPsychology1, 220:world. In the early stages of human unfoldment, animal food was, therefore, both karmically and inPsychology1, 220:unevolved men, and from the standpoint of the animal form, such food is still right and proper.Psychology1, 220:Brain Vocal organs The two head centers. The animal kingdom Stomach Liver The solar plexus. ThePsychology1, 221:2. Vegetable kingdom heart center Thymus. 3. Animal kingdom solar plexus Pancreas. 4. Human kingdomPsychology1, 222:Conformation Transformation Magnetization. 3. Animal Concretization Transfusion Experimentation. 4.Psychology1, 224:in the mineral kingdom to the stages of animal consciousness, of self-consciousness, and of thePsychology1, 232:life which approximate the living tissue of our animal bodies, our [233] appreciation ofPsychology1, 233:to throw their consciousness down into the animal forms of humanity as we would find it hard toPsychology1, 234:to it the higher forms of life, leading the animal forms to consume it for food, and the thinkingPsychology1, 236:form - the vegetable kingdom. The quality - the animal kingdom. The pervasiveness - the humanPsychology1, 236:fluid conscious life. Ascension out of matter - animal kingdom the evolutionary goal of thePsychology1, 238:kingdom - The secret of the sacred perfume. The animal kingdom - The secret of the following scent.Psychology1, 239:of sandalwood in the heart of the lotus. The animal secret - A bunch of cypress, over a funeralPsychology1, 242:taking of life (whether in the vegetable or the animal kingdom) is a far bigger one than we know,Psychology1, 243:five will commence to pour its power into the animal kingdom, gradually stimulating the instinctualPsychology1, 243:stimulating the instinctual mind of the animal until it vibrates to the ray of the intellect, ofPsychology1, 243:This will bring about an organizing of the animal brain, and the transfer of the power of the solarPsychology1, 243:the head center, and consequently a shift in the animal polarization and an added activity of thePsychology1, 245:The vegetable kingdom - Venus and Jupiter. The animal kingdom - The Moon and Mars. The humanPsychology1, 247:as we have noted, make its power felt in the animal kingdom, and an ever closer relation will thenPsychology1, 248:and work of the rays in connection with the animal kingdom is not possible. Yet it must bePsychology1, 248:an expression of two aspects of the soul, - the animal soul and the divine soul, - and these two,Psychology1, 248:the divine soul, through the sublimation of the animal soul. In these words lie much food forPsychology1, 248:twain shall be one." This work is begun in the animal kingdom, and constitutes its "secret," andPsychology1, 250:and of suffering, as we today understand it. The animal suffers, but suffers entirely physicallyPsychology1, 250:- as yet - see no place or explanation. In the animal kingdom the first dim indication of sorrowPsychology1, 251:- II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 3. The Animal Kingdom Influences: The third Ray of ActivePsychology1, 251:as time goes on, until it has produced in the animal world that reaction to life and to environmentPsychology1, 251:to environment which can best be described as "animal one-pointedness." Then, at this point andPsychology1, 251:closer relation than that existing between the animal and the vegetable. In the case of the sixthPsychology1, 252:plexus as we find in the human being and in the animal. Both kingdoms share the same generalPsychology1, 252:word to express the early blending, in the animal, of the psychological factors which lead to thePsychology1, 253:but Life. This process was begun in the animal kingdom, and will be consummated in the human. ThesePsychology1, 253:and incipient mind. These are symbolized in the animal power to eat and drink. Subjective agency:Psychology1, 254:immediate concern to mankind in relation to the animal kingdom are: The problem of human relationsPsychology1, 254:relations and responsibility. The problem of animal individualization. a. Human Relations toPsychology1, 254:in relation to the animals is that the animal world embodies two divine aspects, two divinePsychology1, 254:potently and influences more powerfully in the animal kingdom than in man. This is an item ofPsychology1, 255:and as the basis of the sex relation among animal bodies. It is found performing a similar functionPsychology1, 255:divine mind not found actively present in the animal, as a rule. However, as the animal kingdomPsychology1, 255:in the animal, as a rule. However, as the animal kingdom comes increasingly under human influencePsychology1, 255:this end is to be found in the turning of the animal's love and attention towards his master. InPsychology1, 255:some of the responsibility of man to the animal world is expressed. The domestic animals have to bePsychology1, 255:man seems as yet to interpret as the will of the animal to love his master, but it is somethingPsychology1, 255:eventually bridge the gap existing between the animal kingdom and man, and it must be done by man'sPsychology1, 255:thought, controlling and directing the animal consciousness. It is not done through the evocationPsychology1, 256:ages. Animals preyed upon men in the days when animal-man was but little removed from them. It isPsychology1, 256:that there was a stage in human development when animal-man and the existent forms of animal lifePsychology1, 256:when animal-man and the existent forms of animal life lived in a much closer relation than today.Psychology1, 256:that the difference between the mindless animal (so-called) and infant humanity was scarcelyPsychology1, 256:been lost in the dark silence of the past. The animal world was then far more potent than thePsychology1, 256:the devastation wrought by animals upon early animal-men in mid-Lemurian days was terrible andPsychology1, 256:wiped out, age after age, by the powerful animal life of the period, and though instinct taught thePsychology1, 256:of the period, and though instinct taught the animal-men to take certain precautions, it was anPsychology1, 256:than the animals and in its turn devastated the animal kingdom. Up until two hundred years ago thePsychology1, 256:years ago the toll of life exacted by the animal world from the human, in the forests of thePsychology1, 256:animals. It is but the inevitable karma of the animal kingdom working out. The question must bePsychology1, 257:fear found in humanity as a whole (as far as the animal world was concerned), the opportunity wasPsychology1, 257:kingdom. It is not yet accomplished where the animal kingdom is concerned, but the process isPsychology1, 258:brings about an entire reorganization within the animal form. As esotericists have long pointedPsychology1, 259:The response of the instinctive nature of the animal to the mental atmosphere of the human being,Psychology1, 260:and interest of the people to which [260] the animal is attached by the bonds of affection or ofPsychology1, 260:time. These are, amongst others: The ray of the animal itself. Elephants are upon the first ray;Psychology1, See pa:the particular person or persons with whom the animal is associated. The ray or rays of aPsychology1, See pa:be remembered in this connection that, in the animal, four centers are functioning, and three arePsychology1, 267:little more to add to this teaching anent the animal kingdom and the rays, for - as said before -Psychology1, 267:he is in essence and reality, his work with the animal kingdom and with the other kingdoms willPsychology1, 267:and the Plan materialize. Man's work for the animal kingdom is to stimulate instinct untilPsychology1, 268:and is consequently the dominating factor in the animal side of man's nature; it is based upon thePsychology1, 270:would lead to the consequent dominance of the animal world and an immense increase of animal life,Psychology1, 270:of the animal world and an immense increase of animal life, and we should have a period ofPsychology1, 270:The one is controlled by the rhythm of his animal nature, and knows no more of the evil side and ofPsychology1, 271:of the civilized man than does the [271] animal in its wild state; the other lives his life in aPsychology1, 271:relation (legitimate and illegitimate), the many animal and psychological reactions, the many formsPsychology1, 276:advanced souls whose life is divorced from the animal nature and whose minds control their dailyPsychology1, 277:which denotes the alluring satisfaction of the animal impulses at any cost and with no rhythmicPsychology1, 282:stimulate earthly love and earthly desire and animal lust; it will foster the urge to possess inPsychology1, 295:much in the world of ill-regulated desire and of animal instinct; the love of men for women and ofPsychology1, 296:selfish pleasure and for the satisfaction of an animal urge, which is instinctually right whenPsychology1, 296:and the other the life of the intelligent animal below the diaphragm. Finally some few will choosePsychology1, 297:characteristic, and wherein selfish purpose and animal instinct will fade into the background. Psychology1, 298:and carried off his feet by his instinctual animal nature, and only a clear and clean mentalPsychology1, 299:Life of a solar system, with the birth of an animal, or with the appearance of a plant from a seed.Psychology1, 299:satisfaction, and all of it is confined to the animal nature and the physical plane. I am largelyPsychology1, 304:out till all the functions of its nature - animal, human and divine - (and man is all of thesePsychology1, 306:used and rightly understood. The bringing of the animal nature under rhythmic discipline, thePsychology1, 306:demonstrate to himself that he can control the animal and instinctual side of his nature. But thisPsychology1, 309:to our study of the rays in connection with the animal kingdom. Man is a living entity, a consciousPsychology1, 309:a conscious son of God (a soul) occupying an animal body. Here lies the point. He is therefore inPsychology1, 309:of this aspect which differentiates man from the animal. It is this aspect which produces in
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