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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ATTITUDE
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Discipleship1, 288:time to this as you like, providing your mental attitude remains dynamic and intense. Discipleship1, 309:imaginatively (if you cannot in reality) the attitude of a soul as it lives the life ofDiscipleship1, 312:being and yet so to handle himself as far as attitude is concerned that he hurts no one in theDiscipleship1, 314:and of the business man - is now called to that attitude of life and that orientation to otherDiscipleship1, 314:and a definite reorientation takes place. His attitude to life and affairs is basically altered.Discipleship1, 314:to be. This is a mental activity; it is an attitude of mind which affects primarily the entireDiscipleship1, 314:of mind which affects primarily the entire life-attitude of the personality. It involves not onlyDiscipleship1, 316:then there will have to be a stiffening in the attitude of the group members in relation to thisDiscipleship1, 318:the field of your service, but also the desired attitude of your personal life. Most people haveDiscipleship1, 325:numbers of people into a higher aspirational attitude and into a deeper spiritual tide. Others haveDiscipleship1, 325:by a haste and an outer quickness of speech and attitude. So sure is a first ray person of hisDiscipleship1, 325:other people as himself. The inner rectitude of attitude and the inner love matter more to him thanDiscipleship1, 325:that if you add to that potency a gracious outer attitude of loving-kindness, you can be much used.Discipleship1, 327:with care every statement made and every attitude assumed, so as to negate all tendency toDiscipleship1, 328:can spend in contemplation, you must achieve an attitude of gentle unswerving intensity and notDiscipleship1, 331:the center of her own life stage, but her whole attitude and life presentation is the exact reverseDiscipleship1, 340:it is one which you can face with gallant attitude. My aim is to let you know the purpose of yourDiscipleship1, 343:Secondly, if you will temporarily abandon your attitude of mental isolation (which is somewhatDiscipleship1, 349:about very frequently by an inner reflective attitude of mind, by a life given to service andDiscipleship1, 364:needlessly slow. Given a right and more focused attitude, you could leap forward into clearer lightDiscipleship1, 377:is conditioned by it "isolated." It makes his attitude to his work one of an unconsciousDiscipleship1, 383:your earthly life will start with that aligned attitude which will permit of early illumination.Discipleship1, 384:test, but your test has been the holding of the attitude of steadfast endeavor in the face ofDiscipleship1, 384:is, in the last analysis, of small moment. The attitude assumed towards all happenings and theDiscipleship1, 391:as to conditions and people and a puzzled attitude towards life indicate mind activity but not soulDiscipleship1, 391:responsibilities. What is required is an inner attitude of complete abandon to the will of yourDiscipleship1, 392:thus pay adequate attention to your position and attitude. The fourth and fifth questions pleaseDiscipleship1, 396:to be handled by the assuming of a right inner attitude and not by the changing of outerDiscipleship1, 400:"tendency to misery," founded as it is on an attitude of mind, is of such ancient habit that itDiscipleship1, 400:and for the stabilizing of your own inner attitude? I have given you much about which to think inDiscipleship1, 410:results. I am referring definitely to an inner attitude towards time which you do not as yet hold.Discipleship1, 412:be no intensity, and you should assume only the attitude of quiet reflection, which is meditation.Discipleship1, 413:First (and above everything else) an intense attitude to life. You live always at a point ofDiscipleship1, 426:a poised [426] recollection and of a reflective attitude (held with constancy) is of moreDiscipleship1, 430:and that indifference does not connote an attitude of cold detached separateness. Your first rayDiscipleship1, 431:viewpoint? Have I practiced an indifferent attitude to myself when circumstances arose whichDiscipleship1, 432:most attached and how can I deal with it? What attitude and qualities will have to be developed inDiscipleship1, 433:spiritual consciousness are negated by an inner attitude of mind. It is the cultivation of aDiscipleship1, 433:of mind. It is the cultivation of a detached attitude to life and to circumstances which hasDiscipleship1, 442:strengths will be revealed to you. The essential attitude for you to cultivate is that of the OneDiscipleship1, 442:attached to this instruction a review on the attitude of the Observer which may be of assistance toDiscipleship1, 443:associates and those whom you instruct from this attitude. This will, in itself, constitute anDiscipleship1, 443:Instructions to Disciples - W.O.I. REVIEW ON THE ATTITUDE OF THE OBSERVER What constitutes aDiscipleship1, 444:personal self? If I use this review on the attitude of the Observer as it should be used, What willDiscipleship1, 445:this difficulty? How does the assumption of the attitude of the Observer assist my fellowmen? InDiscipleship1, 450:or success, and there can be no separation in attitude or failure in identification. Disciples haveDiscipleship1, 450:of many questions in your mind, but your attitude towards them is definitely changed. You are notDiscipleship1, 453:you can only achieve a steady, forward-looking attitude and really work at future stabilization andDiscipleship1, 467:plane - the plane of your chosen work. But this attitude must be balanced by the attitudes of theDiscipleship1, 469:himself to certain conditions or to a particular attitude of thought and mind (which he with realDiscipleship1, 473:continue as you have been doing, building in the attitude of constant and continuous meditation. Discipleship1, 477:with frankness. Hence my criticism of your attitude and hence my emphatic statement to you now thatDiscipleship1, 477:your inner antagonisms and your outer separate attitude to those whom you do not like and who doDiscipleship1, 482:around you and a reflective daily meditative attitude which is to take the place of the prolonged,Discipleship1, 483:various earlier activities but through a poised attitude of mind which (sensitive to the call ofDiscipleship1, 493:with yourself. Jf I should call this attitude "self-pity," will you accept it and use yourDiscipleship1, 506:slip by, what will happen as you hold this attitude of soul attentiveness. Know you not that as youDiscipleship1, 509:power over you. You will be fast attaining the attitude of the Observer, of the one who looks on -Discipleship1, 513:three things: By assuming more definitely the attitude of the Onlooker, who sees all people andDiscipleship1, 516:Your gentle nature and your loving unselfish attitude militate powerfully against what you yourselfDiscipleship1, 521:and (as a constant habit of life) develop the attitude of recognizing your own divinity in dailyDiscipleship1, 522:that during the next nine months you preserve an attitude of spiritual indifference or of divineDiscipleship1, 524:yet been fulfiled. The differences between your attitude now and your attitude thirty years ago isDiscipleship1, 524:differences between your attitude now and your attitude thirty years ago is that then you did notDiscipleship1, 541:and gives you a vertical and not a horizontal attitude to life. Your personality ray, being theDiscipleship1, 545:interests, and these will be based on a changed attitude of mind and a more positive innerDiscipleship1, 550:and by going out to them in love and an attitude of helpfulness. You could do much for F. C. D.Discipleship1, 562:plane. I seek to see you less committed to the attitude of the devotee, and more impersonal, moreDiscipleship1, 572:more important work. A.A.B.) From this critical attitude, one or two are singularly free; the restDiscipleship1, 573:attribute, but it has to be achieved through an attitude of mind rather than through relaxationDiscipleship1, 577:It is all a question of inner orientation and of attitude; it is not a question of outer exotericDiscipleship1, 581:to touch momentarily this, that and the other attitude of thought and emotion. These reactions doDiscipleship1, 583:[583] to an idea, a group, a person or an attitude or to a preconceived notion. These may be rightDiscipleship1, 589:that has been done. You have misunderstood the attitude of my entire group. You have not helped inDiscipleship1, 590:decide is right for you and until I have your attitude in relation to the above questions, I shallDiscipleship1, 591:which is leading rapidly to a different mental attitude - a more stabilized, a more serene and yetDiscipleship1, 592:in the various groups which are colored by the attitude that will distinguish the comingDiscipleship1, 598:you had become accustomed to your position and attitude and to the room in which you lived. YourDiscipleship1, 599:and writings, but must preserve a balanced attitude. There are other things to be done than simplyDiscipleship1, 605:as high as possible. Assume then the attitude of the soul. Sound the Sacred Word, breathing it outDiscipleship1, 608:of this fact induce a fresh glamorous attitude and my words thus form the germ of a new field ofDiscipleship1, 616:it not. Time may enable you to show a changed attitude. If you so choose, and if you will take aDiscipleship1, 617:consciousness. This you will do by a constant attitude of directed attention, a controlledDiscipleship1, 623:the [623] shoulder blades. Preserve ever the attitude of the Onlooker in the head. Thus theDiscipleship1, 625:there has been too much of the tower in your attitude and of the highly placed and rather separateDiscipleship1, 626:says and does; he prides himself on his detached attitude and on his immunity from attachment; heDiscipleship1, 628:mechanism for a very sensitive personality. This attitude you are, however, learning to relinquish.Discipleship1, 628:and in its personality and wrong sense. This attitude produces a sense of identity and of selfhoodDiscipleship1, 628:disciples are hindered by the reverse of this attitude and by their second ray power of attachmentDiscipleship1, 637:give ten minutes each morning to achieving the attitude and altitude of the soul and from thatDiscipleship1, 637:the arguments for and against your present life attitude and interests. Endeavor to see, as you soDiscipleship1, 645:of psychology which will be the distinguishing attitude of the New Age. You can do much, if youDiscipleship1, 657:people are not prone to this dramatic egocentric attitude. When, therefore, your second ray soulDiscipleship1, 663:Your experience in group work, your open-minded attitude to other people, and the fact thatDiscipleship1, 663:itself. The achievement of a more stabilized attitude of detachment, based upon consciousDiscipleship1, 663:They have swept your whole personality into an attitude of withdrawing from the things of theDiscipleship1, 681:it. The development of a fluidity of mind and attitude which will recognize the fact that - thoughDiscipleship1, 681:which is of immediate service in the present. An attitude of spiritual compromise is right, neededDiscipleship1, 682:is absorbed into the will of the Creator; his attitude is one of unchanging love and his work isDiscipleship1, 685:make it possible eventually to produce a general attitude which will clear the way for the needed
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