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

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Psychology1, 309:which gives man the capacity to suffer which no animal possesses, but which also confers on him thePsychology1, 309:This same capacity, in embryo, works out in the animal kingdom in the realm of the instincts. It isPsychology1, 314:- is now giving birth to the Christ, within the animal stable and in the manger of the world. InPsychology1, 322:- Intuition. The human kingdom - Intellect. The animal kingdom - Instinct. Hence his problem, andPsychology1, 322:of the man who is primarily an unintelligent animal. Low grade savages are in this class, and manyPsychology1, 322:The man at this stage is little better than an animal and is governed entirely by instinct. [323]Psychology1, 323:and deftness manually. It is the stage of animal cunning. A conscious and purely selfish adaptingPsychology1, 336:reacts to a far wider range of contacts in the animal kingdom, and the basic instinctual desiresPsychology1, 340:by: [340] The satisfaction of his instinctual animal nature. The desires of a more emotional andPsychology1, 371:seventh ray activity. For one thing, though the animal kingdom reacts but little to this type ofPsychology1, 371:be very definite results within the soul of the animal form. The door of individualization or ofPsychology1, 371:will concern the relation of humanity to the animal kingdom and the establishing of better and ofPsychology1, 371:the matter out of which the forms are built. The animal body of man has received much scientificPsychology1, 371:this knowledge is applied intensively to the animal world much new and interesting data will bePsychology1, 371:for instance to the fact that the brain of the animal is really in the region of the solar plexus,Psychology1, 371:column. When scientists know exactly why the animal [372] does not use the brain in the head asPsychology1, 412:1. The Vegetable Kingdom Rays 2, 4 and 6. The Animal Kingdom Rays 3 and 6. The Human Kingdom Rays 4Psychology1, 412:of color. Ray 6 - Growth towards light. The Animal Kingdom Ray 3 - Instinct. Ray 6 - Domesticity.Psychology1, 413:of Spine. Vegetable Heart. Lungs. Heart. Throat. Animal Stomach. Liver. Solar Plexus. Human Brain.Psychology1, 413:Spine Adrenals. Vegetable Heart Center Thymus. Animal Solar Plexus Pancreas. Human Sacral CenterPsychology1, 413:Conformation Transformation Magnetization. Animal Concretization Transfusion Experimentation. HumanPsychology1, 414:the vegetable kingdom. The 5th ray controls the animal kingdom. The 4th ray controls the humanPsychology1, 414:588.) The 5th ray has a peculiar relation to the animal kingdom in that it is the ray governing thePsychology1, 414:which produces the phenomenon of water. The animal kingdom is responsive to the type of energyPsychology1, 415:astral permanent atom in the human kingdom. The animal kingdom provides the negative force whichPsychology1, 415:Sattva - Rhythm - Mental body - Mental Unit - Animal. Rajas - Activity - Astral body - AstralPsychology1, 415:Fire, p. 1135) The Incoming Seventh Ray and the Animal Kingdom The animal kingdom is to the humanPsychology1, 415:Incoming Seventh Ray and the Animal Kingdom The animal kingdom is to the human body what the densePsychology1, 415:physical body is to the seven principles. The animal kingdom is the mother aspect, prior to thePsychology1, 415:to the over-shadowing of the Holy Ghost. The animal kingdom is the field of individualization.Psychology1, 415:of individualization. Since Atlantean days the animal kingdom has been occupied with thePsychology1, 415:center in the life of the Entity Who ensouls the animal kingdom. The animal kingdom does not reactPsychology1, 415:the Entity Who ensouls the animal kingdom. The animal kingdom does not react strongly to the 7thPsychology1, 415:kingdoms and their interplay: It will refine the animal bodies. It will bring about a closerPsychology1, 415:It will cause a great destruction of the present animal forms. Psychology1, 422:Balance. Ray V Concrete Knowledge 3rd kingdom Animal. Ray VI Devotion 2nd kingdom Vegetable. RayPsychology1, 422:Uniformity of color. Upward tendency. 3. Animal 3. Adaptability. 6. Devotion. Instinct.Psychology1, 425:form - the vegetable kingdom. The quality - the animal kingdom. The pervasiveness - the humanPsychology1, 425:fluid conscious life. Ascension out of matter animal kingdom - the evolutionary goal of thePsychology1, 425:Psychology I - Some Tabulations on the Rays The Animal Kingdom Influences: The third Ray of ActivePsychology1, 425:as time goes on, until it has produced in the animal world that reaction to life and to environmentPsychology1, 425:to environment which can best be described as "animal one-pointedness." Then, at this point andPsychology1, 426:closer relation than that existing between the animal and the vegetable. In the case of the sixthPsychology1, 426:plexus as we find in the human being and in the animal. Both kingdoms share the same generalPsychology1, 426:word to express the early blending in the animal of the psychological [427] factors which lead toPsychology1, 427:but Life. This process was begun in the animal kingdom and will be consummated in the human. ThesePsychology1, 428:and incipient mind. These are symbolized in the animal power to eat and drink. Subjective Agency:Psychology2, 25:and of his sense-urges are less definitely animal and more definitely emotional. Moods and feelingsPsychology2, 117:[117] consciousness of the soul, and not of the animal consciousness of the body. These two centersPsychology2, 125:of the species is a demonstration of the animal soul. This is a statement of importance. It is aPsychology2, 204:following the natural instincts of the animal body. Emotionally, however, they are asleep, andPsychology2, 204:and psychically alive. In them, of course, the animal nature is awake and the desire nature isPsychology2, 212:which remain incomprehensible to us. When the animal kingdom, viewing it from the angle of thePsychology2, 212:by the sensitive forms of life (and of these the animal was at that time the most sensitive),Psychology2, 212:as expressed through its indwelling life, the animal Being (who is the informing Life of thatPsychology2, 212:produced individualization in the more advanced animal-man of the time. The statements found inPsychology2, 213:occurred was a reaction throughout the entire animal kingdom to the inpouring of the three majorPsychology2, 213:this way, through a response to inspiration, the animal kingdom came into being. First, there wasPsychology2, 252:vegetable kingdom, for instance, and that of the animal kingdom are vastly unlike each other. InPsychology2, 253:working upon higher substance, employed in the animal and human kingdoms. Under the divine plan forPsychology2, 273:in connection with the vague yearning of animal man. Today, such is the progress made through thePsychology2, 275:planet, the moon. Today, just as the form of animal man had to reach a certain level ofPsychology2, 309:a definite fusing and blending. This causes the animal nature to conform entirely to the innerPsychology2, 310:is concerned) can be seen taking place in the animal kingdom. In this process, human beings act asPsychology2, 336:of man has shifted from: That of the purely animal, with its emphasis upon the natural physicalPsychology2, 404:great human family, and sound animals with the animal body so developed that it will provide thePsychology2, 404:the outer plane of life for divine, human and animal revelation. This, the coming New Age, will seePsychology2, 406:in the future. Past Integrations. Between the animal body and the vital body. Between these two andPsychology2, 414:vital reactions and the low grade desires of the animal nature. The human being is, at that stage,Psychology2, 414:The human being is, at that stage, largely an animal, and the conscious man is deeply hidden andPsychology2, 416:more than in fact. The cleavage between the animal and the human kingdom has been largely resolvedPsychology2, 416:the recognition of the physical identity of the animal nature and the uniformity in expression ofPsychology2, 434:and which is in large part the instinctual or animal brain. The heart, the center of life. ThePsychology2, 435:is the seat of the instinctual life, of the animal soul, and of the highly developed emotionalPsychology2, 443:been as follows: First, the man was simply an animal, aware only of physical energy. Then he beganPsychology2, 458:have idiocy, or simply a very low-grade human animal. Certain cases of possession or obsession willPsychology2, 460:only an animated living body, informed by the animal soul but not by a human soul. We are primarilyPsychology2, 525:which has so long determined the life of the animal nature. It becomes the recipient of energyPsychology2, 530:which for so long a period of time governs the animal and physical creative life of the humanPsychology2, 530:unconscious use, such as you find in purely animal man; then use under the urge of desire forPsychology2, 531:life far more than by the unconscious animal or the conscious desire life. They blend there withPsychology2, 557:to that acting. When man was little more than an animal, when he was in the state which we havePsychology2, 558:controlling or beginning to control) the lower animal powers and the Atlantean psychism which havePsychology2, 559:and space, some of them are expressions of the animal consciousness or the animal soul, some of thePsychology2, 559:expressions of the animal consciousness or the animal soul, some of the human soul, and some of thePsychology2, 559:study is made of the inferred relationships: Animal Human Divine 1. The four major instincts. ThePsychology2, 559:Planning. Prevision. f. Healing through animal magnetism. Healing through science. Healing throughPsychology2, 563:nature, as it develops in the three kingdoms (animal, human and divine) is, in fact, that whichPsychology2, 563:environment may be. The herd instinct of the animal is, for instance, the embryonic unfoldment ofPsychology2, 563:That the lower psychic powers, inherent in the animal nature, are in every case embryonicPsychology2, 564:evolution and, therefore, allied closely to the animal kingdom; or at the highest point, in whichPsychology2, 564:The lower psychic powers are shared with the animal kingdom and with all those human races whichPsychology2, 565:less advanced [565] people recover these ancient animal propensities and capacities as their powerPsychology2, 565:fact that the lines of demarcation between these animal, human and divine states of consciousnessPsychology2, 567:the relation of the dog or other domesticated animal to a human being, of a man to other men, andPsychology2, 579:correctly what he sees and hears. In the earlier animal or savage stage, these faculties arePsychology2, 581:(which is like the controlling brain in the animal and the physical-emotional man) must ceasePsychology2, 598:the past. As evolution proceeds, the human and animal psychic faculties become available to thePsychology2, 612:plane. Today, he is largely directed by his animal instincts, by his sexual life and by hisPsychology2, 614:in the womb recapitulates the various stages of animal unfoldment, so the human being, during the
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