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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ANIMALS
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Magic, 34:life and species of the varying species of animals; the structure of the forms and the history ofMagic, 166:races of the earth, and of many of the higher animals. Later on, when adeptship has been reached,Magic, 214:human eye as it controls other human beings and animals by a look, and through steady gazing canMagic, 282:and Repulsion. It is shared by man with the animals, and is instinctive and free from all mentalMagic, 285:The vitality aspect is shared by man with the animals and with all created forms, and his capacityMagic, 298:of mental activity. The fact that birds and animals know fear puts the whole subject upon a widerMagic, 299:- soul and matter. The sentient souls [299] of animals and of men are subconsciously aware ofMagic, 311:planetary sentient life, as is the case with the animals. At death, man's astral body disintegratesMagic, 334:light and color. The effect of color on people, animals and units in the vegetable kingdom will beMagic, 360:and an expression. Man, the brain of nature; the animals, the expression of the heart; theMagic, 483:part of others, cruelty to human beings and to animals, and the hatreds and viciousness of theirMagic, 501:influence of the soul increases. In the case of animals, of infants and of men and women who areMeditation, 353:principle, and which differentiates man from the animals. Fohat Cosmic electricity; primordialPatanjali, 175:demonstrate. This is not the instinctual fear of animals and of the savage races, which is basedPatanjali, 223:to produce effects on the physical bodies of animals and men. It is the knowledge of this which isPatanjali, 289:from these words, that meditation upon other animals will give their characteristics. It should bePatanjali, viii:human beings, who were then little more than animals, the purpose, significance and use of theirPsychology1, 45:activity which we note in the higher domestic animals. The correspondence to radioactivity and toPsychology1, 45:of the attractive interplay between the domestic animals and man. Devotees of personalities mightPsychology1, 101:change in the fauna and flora of our planet. Animals, plentiful and familiar many thousands ofPsychology1, 122:and vegetable life of a certain kind, and animals and forms of varying species. It is the passingPsychology1, 123:their effect upon the etheric bodies of men and animals. When that which they have to give isPsychology1, 163:as to the others, with this exception, that the animals of the first ray are no longer in existencePsychology1, 198:works out as the domesticity of the more evolved animals, and their devotion to man. Behind thePsychology1, 198:devotion to man. Behind the appearance of the animals is to be found a steady orientation towardsPsychology1, 199:himself changed the initiating process for the animals from that of bloodshed to that ofPsychology1, 226:roots in the mineral kingdom), and upon men and animals in lesser degree. The power of the incomingPsychology1, 247:relation will then be set up between men and animals. Again, the rays in incarnation at any timePsychology1, 250:seen, whilst in the higher and the domesticated animals these two educating processes are stillPsychology1, 251:clearly [251] indicated. Man's work with the animals is potent in results, and will lead eventuallyPsychology1, 251:of the tamed, the trained and the domestic animals. Results: In the one case we find the third rayPsychology1, 251:we may regard the difference between man and the animals, it is really a much closer relation thanPsychology1, 253:mineral kingdom. Divisions: First, the higher animals and the domestic animals, such as the dog,Psychology1, 253:First, the higher animals and the domestic animals, such as the dog, the horse and the elephant.Psychology1, 253:and the elephant. Secondly, the so-called wild animals, such as the lion, the tiger, and the otherPsychology1, 253:and the other carnivorous and dangerous wild animals. Thirdly, the mass of lesser animals that seemPsychology1, 253:wild animals. Thirdly, the mass of lesser animals that seem to meet no particular need nor to fillPsychology1, 254:animal individualization. a. Human Relations to Animals Only a few hints can as yet be given, andPsychology1, 254:with human responsibility in relation to the animals is that the animal world embodies two divinePsychology1, 254:two lines, which man shares in unison with the animals, that man's responsibility and work lie, andPsychology1, 255:it should be noted that, in the last analysis, animals have more to give men than men have to givePsychology1, 255:have more to give men than men have to give animals, where these particular powers and functionsPsychology1, 255:to the animal world is expressed. The domestic animals have to be trained to participate in thePsychology1, 255:The true and intelligent training of the wild animals, and their adaptation to the conditions ofPsychology1, 256:a unique mental stimulation. The relation of the animals to man has been purely physical in thePsychology1, 256:has been purely physical in the long past ages. Animals preyed upon men in the days when animal-manPsychology1, 256:men were helpless before the onslaughts of the animals, and the devastation wrought by animals uponPsychology1, 256:of the animals, and the devastation wrought by animals upon early animal-men in mid-Lemurian daysPsychology1, 256:that humanity became more powerful than the animals and in its turn devastated the animal kingdom.Psychology1, 256:but it lies at the root of man's cruelty to animals. It is but the inevitable karma of the animalPsychology1, 257:relation, and the time came when some of the animals were swept within the orbit of human life andPsychology1, 257:cared for, and when the first of the domestic animals appeared. A new era began, wherein certain ofPsychology1, 257:A new era began, wherein certain of the animals evoked affection from certain humans, and a newPsychology1, 257:by the guardians of the race to bring men and animals into a closer relation, and because a cyclePsychology1, 257:Since that time the number of the domestic animals has steadily increased. The relation between thePsychology1, 258:shall see those areas on the planet wherein the animals still rule increasingly lessened, andPsychology1, 258:the effect of the interrelation existing between animals and men is to produce in the former thatPsychology1, 259:is really in the nature of an initiation. The animals which individualize are, in every case today,Psychology1, 259:are, in every case today, the domestic animals, such as the horse, the dog, the elephant and thePsychology1, 259:the elephant and the cat. These four groups of animals are at this time in the "process ofPsychology1, 260:life manifestation, and the horse is sixth ray. Animals upon other rays are not yet ready forPsychology1, See pa:or other of the centers in the etheric bodies of animals and men. It must be remembered in thisPsychology1, 262:above ray tabulation. The relation of man to the animals is, as we have seen, physical, emotionalPsychology1, 267:plant life to the myriad uses of man and of animals. Man's work with the mineral kingdom is to workPsychology1, 272:the unevolved progress under group law as do the animals, whilst the more evolved are susceptiblePsychology1, 324:and herd which men share in common with the animals and which often breaks down when the lovedPsychology1, 371:opened; it will be set ajar, so that a few animals will respond to soul stimulation and discoverPsychology1, 371:differences between the physical bodies of the animals and those of humanity have been more closelyPsychology1, 374:of increasing human vitality and the vitality of animals and plants; the quality of the vitalityPsychology1, 415:occupied with the development of karma. Domestic animals constitute the heart center in the life ofPsychology1, 415:bring about a closer relation between men and animals. It will cause a great destruction of thePsychology1, 426:of the tamed, the trained and the domestic animals. Results: In the one case we find the third rayPsychology1, 426:we may regard the difference between man and the animals, there is really a much closer relationPsychology1, 427:mineral kingdom. Divisions: First, the higher animals and the domestic animals, such as the dog,Psychology1, 427:First, the higher animals and the domestic animals, such as the dog, the horse and the elephant.Psychology1, 428:the elephant. [428] Secondly, the so-called wild animals, such as the lion, the tiger and otherPsychology1, 428:wild beasts. Thirdly, the mass of lesser animals that seem to meet no particular need nor to fillPsychology2, 213:found in occult books that dogs and other [213] animals responded to the divine impulse through anPsychology2, 264:is consequently not true. Many people are simply animals with vague higher impulses, which remainPsychology2, 310:acts towards the human family) and the domestic animals, forced to conform to human control, arePsychology2, 404:members of the great human family, and sound animals with the animal body so developed that it willPsychology2, 574:who are low down in the racial scale, as also in animals, there is much psychic perception becausePsychology2, 657:masses, who are little more than emotional animals. They live, work, suffer and fight, but have noRays, 134:bodies of men, women and children, as well as of animals, have been [135] destroyed; the forms ofReappearance, 91:have disappeared, the physical health of men and animals will be bettered, and cities and villagesReappearance, 115:the passing of human beings into the bodies of animals or of lower forms of life. Such is by noSoul, 45:we mean maternal instincts shared with all animals, love of one's fellowmen, or love of God, - areSoul, 49:is literally the courage of the beast. As noted, animals with the largest amounts of adrenal cortexSoul, 76:conquered desire. Plants have the lowest part; animals the two lower; but the rational part isSoul, 88:in man differs only in degree from the soul in animals. He assumed beside the material soul in man,Soul, 104:and acting on matter." "All the energy of animals is nervous energy till it leaves the muscles andSoul, 126:the power of self control, the power to control animals, and people. All these Christ demonstrated,Soul, 138:The lower forms of psychism are most frequent in animals and very unintelligent human beings.Soul, 148:the soul of another man and with that of lower animals. [149] This comparison, resembling, to someTelepathy, 13:govern so mysteriously the movements of herds of animals, and the rapid transmission [14] ofTelepathy, 68:between humanity and the domesticated animals. These animals are to their own kingdom what the NewTelepathy, 68:humanity and the domesticated animals. These animals are to their own kingdom what the New Group ofTelepathy, 68:under the present divine Plan; the domesticated animals fulfil, therefore, an analogous functionTelepathy, 79:(a very few) cases which involve the domestic animals. When humanity is itself further advanced,
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