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

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Astrology, 19:nature of these vehicles and their capacity to attract, to respond, to reject, to absorb and toAstrology, 89:man's ray. This flame mounts upward and seems to attract downward a sheet of electric light, whichAstrology, 343:dark prison? If it is a lighted house, you will attract to its light and warmth all who are aroundAstrology, 623:is the will to draw into itself or the will to attract into itself, and this will, when exertedAstrology, 664:pursuing the Earth, to be attracted by and to attract her progeny. Constantly vampirized by herAtom, 41:intelligence, ability to select and reject, to attract and repel, sensation, movement, and [42]Atom, 57:of selective power, and of ability to attract or repel. It may seem curious to use the wordAutobiography, 83:servant ever does) and gave it a little shake to attract my attention. Then he said in his curiousAutobiography, 246:of practically all the known occult groups which attract the attention of the public. Even had IAutobiography, 257:also magnetic and radiant influence which will attract people to truth and goodness but not to theAutobiography, 272:mediocre leader to attempt to push his work and attract attention to his effort by loud and noisyAutobiography, 274:schools, well-known and spectacular, which attract the unintelligent and the curious; they have,Bethlehem, 80:of man. Christ Himself is ever powerful to attract human interest, and to draw to Himself those whoBethlehem, 127:He knew that the form side of life could not attract Him, and He had fought through to a fullDestiny, 72:areas [72] which vibrate in unison and which attract to themselves souls of a certain quality andDiscipleship1, 145:and lean on your experience and soul strength. Attract not to yourself for the work you seek to do,Discipleship1, 153:is anything you could do yourself which would attract the right person and establish a fruitful andDiscipleship1, 244:of outgoing power" that which you sought to attract and which has been temporarily attracted. YouDiscipleship1, 272:in the past, attempted to act as a magnet and to attract to itself that which will meet what itDiscipleship1, 272:things which - consciously or unconsciously - attract money. But they must all manifest at once.Discipleship1, 504:than with more positive people. When you can attract the positive kind of people and find yourDiscipleship1, 575:not infer from this remark that you contact and attract more force than do your co-disciples, forDiscipleship1, 673:the chela is taught how (in emergencies) to attract the Master's attention and thus draw on hisDiscipleship1, 712:the disciple is taught how (in an emergency) to attract the Master's attention and thus draw uponDiscipleship1, 715:Their united effect serves eventually to attract the attention of the Master. The contact is stillDiscipleship1, 723:of this and that. The poles appear. The two attract his daily life, first one and then the other;Discipleship1, 741:the disciple is taught how (in emergencies) to attract the Master's attention. This has theDiscipleship1, 751:him than service for others - he is permitted to attract the Master's attention when help is neededDiscipleship1, 778:of practically all the known occult groups which attract the attention of the public. Even had IDiscipleship1, 789:also magnetic and radiant influences which will attract people to truth and goodness but not to theDiscipleship2, 104:that a Master of an Ashram may, for instance, attract to him other Masters of equal rank as hisDiscipleship2, 376:center (the center between the eyebrows) will attract their attention and the triple process ofDiscipleship2, 453:earlier initiated, weakened; his ability to attract and to hold others true to the vision wouldDiscipleship2, 479:them in devotion to their own souls and will not attract them to you - a thing which is neverDiscipleship2, 479:find yourself capable: "Let the love of the soul attract and the light of the soul direct all whomDiscipleship2, 538:and arranged forces - can repel the good or attract the bad, and vice versa; it can determine -Discipleship2, 703:are strong, and strength from many comes to you. Attract that strength, then forward move withDiscipleship2, 724:in restful poise, and through that poise I can attract the gifts which I must give - anDiscipleship2, 755:and the minute aspects of the daily expression attract attention and the surface is confounded withEducation, 77:is beginning to function), and by the urge to attract attention - a necessary urge in theEducation, 94:in the place where he is. It will enable him to attract to himself those who can help him or beExternalisation, 150:itself of such potency that it will magnetically attract a response from the waiting, watchingExternalisation, 223:The form can be rendered so magnetic that it can attract an Energy which will inform it and give itExternalisation, 335:and surely produce the outer results and attract both the needed workers and the essential money.Externalisation, 440:will use the magnetic power of the second ray to attract this force to Himself and will hold itFire, 171:ray. This flame [171] mounts upward and seems to attract downward a sheet of electric light, whichFire, 227:factors are no longer neutral to each other, but attract and repulse, interact and utilize. ThenFire, 280:it is a known law that they will eventually attract each other as the vibration becomesFire, 280:led, by the very law of his own being, to either attract or repulse. Only when the form isFire, 288:the key to the work of the Brotherhood. They attract by Their force into certain fields ofFire, 1045:of the extra-cosmic active Lives who either attract or repulse it. These are the main sets ofFire, 1056:from the Great Bear draw, or occultly, "attract," the attention of the Logos, and bring Him moreFire, 1173:which an initiate undergoes, and his ability to attract to himself through knowledge, His ownFire, 1183:and which are in reality "logoic Soul energy" attract to them that which is akin to them inFire, 1250:a vivid imagination, it might be possible to attract into our system such a downpour of attractiveGlamour, 45:for that is as yet unclarified and is prone to attract to itself that which - emotionally andGlamour, 117:easily be attracted, or which he will easily attract, for they constitute the line of leastGlamour, 193:[193] To reach the minds of Their disciples and attract aspirants through the medium of anHealing, 7:be magnetic above everything else, and he must attract to him: The power of his own soul; thisHealing, 286:be constructed around the patient which will attract the thought-directed energy of the group. TheHealing, 299:to pile together, to build too many forms, to attract too many atoms and to bring about thoseHealing, 374:aid. The study of the art of dying is also to attract your attention and later that of the world atHealing, 512:and their vibration becomes strong enough to attract a measure of attention from the preoccupiedHealing, 562:under this category. To a constant effort to attract the attention of the opposite sex until itHealing, 572:focused on a person, for instance, is known to attract attention. One hint I can give you: theHealing, 647:purity and of completely selfless motive can attract these angels, and when they do, the potency ofHercules, 73:these seem, in the early stages, inevitably to attract the interest of aspirants. Any teacher whoMagic, 55:assumed reality of the three worlds futile to attract and hold, and is the first step, out of theMagic, 147:an increasing allure. The outer world ceases to attract. The inner world of the Self assumesMagic, 173:the disciple is taught how (in emergencies) to attract the Master's attention and thus draw on HisMagic, 194:produce a magnetic and dynamic effect which will attract and lift humanity. This energy isMagic, 315:their own type of astral body, and its power to attract others who are sufficiently developed toMagic, 417:their influence will become potent enough to attract political attention, provided those of you whoMagic, 489:and which he [489] cannot use. Again, it may attract to the aspirant a thought-form of one of theMagic, 492:its desires and emotions are powerful enough to attract attention, positive pure thought processesMagic, 554:physical manifestation is inevitable. He will attract by his pranic energy, colored by desire highMagic, 566:stage wherein the vibrant subjective form has to attract to itself that material which will give itMagic, 579:force they may be using by noticing what they attract to themselves, both in circumstances, inMagic, 579:the forms of life which he will, like a magnet, attract to himself. C. The strength of a particularMagic, 594:or focuses his attention upon an attempt to attract the attention of some Master, having apparentlyMagic, 621:those painful cleavages and hours of agony which attract more attention than the more subtle andMeditation, 58:in the microcosm of the cosmic process. He will attract to his bodies matter of the finer kind andMeditation, 58:is coarser. He will formulate thought-forms that attract to themselves finer matter and repudiateMeditation, 92:when the student is of sufficient importance to attract notice, the attack may come from those whoMeditation, 120:are contacted and thought-forms circulated that attract the attention of those under discussion.Meditation, 291:of the pupil grows, the Master on His side will attract his attention or signal to him approvalMeditation, 336:and break. Certain other sounds stimulate and attract. When the key of a man's life is known, whenPatanjali, 49:sensuous perception on any of the three planes attract or allure Him. His consciousness is inwardPatanjali, 151:tendencies, longings and desires no longer [151] attract, and no activities are indulged in whichPatanjali, 176:now "I have reached my goal. Nothing remains to attract me in the three worlds." Desire forPatanjali, 177:of matter in the three worlds no longer attract me; they call forth no response from me." FearPatanjali, 177:for there is nothing in the disciple which can attract to him evil, death or pain. Thus equally thePatanjali, 251:and physical plane existence. They no longer attract his attention. He is not concentrated upon, orPatanjali, 305:in all men they sound, and through sounding attract and consequently produce a form. In thePatanjali, 369:going life or object, when these cease to attract then the forms cease likewise to be. 12. The pastPatanjali, 391:above, and not because either good or bad desire attract him on either hand. That type of activityPatanjali, 396:life or object, when these cease to attract, then the forms cease likewise to be. This sutraProblems, 48:time correctly and usefully and by an urge to attract attention. These are simply the initialProblems, 161:can eliminate certain aspects of thought or attract other aspects, such as visions, ideas, andPsychology1, 199:or the perfume of his life must ascend, and thus attract the attention of the initiating factors
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