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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - BELIEF
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Intellect, 70:of mysticism which we have to consider is its belief that all evil is mere appearance, an illusionIntellect, 106:to hallucination, or, more generally, to belief... It brings about an at least momentaryIntellect, 181:stand before the portal of death, assert their belief in the Father of Beings and accept theIntellect, 245:the mantle of the prophet, and with unshaken belief in his capacity, his ability to influenceIntellect, 247:psychic contacts of the writers is almost beyond belief. They certainly lack a sense of humor atMagic, 68:to him the wisest and the best. This involves belief in the working of the law of Karma and alsoMagic, 77:system. Note that in this lies the basis for a belief in immortality, for the law of brotherhood orMagic, 276:we will not consider for it is the hope and the belief of the watching Brothers that men willMagic, 327:and deduction, - are being applied to religious belief. The history of religions, the foundationsMagic, 356:the surety of an eternal future, the innate belief in God, the revelation of the light, theMagic, 356:of the illiterate, and a knowledge of God and a belief in the soul's immortality are discovered toMagic, 408:that all formulations of truth and of belief are only partial in time and space, and areMagic, 415:When this is present also there is an assured belief in the continuity of life and its correlationMagic, 500:assurances of the human heart, in the fact of belief in eternal persistence as an idea in the mindsMagic, 500:the race which will turn hope into certainty and belief into knowledge. In the meantime, let a newPatanjaliat a discrimination of pure Spirit through belief, followed by energy, memory, meditation and rightPatanjali, 38:at a discrimination of pure spirit through belief, followed by energy, memory, meditation and rightPatanjali, 40:of the lower man and the physical brain. Belief. On his own plane the soul rehearses a conditionPatanjali, 40:the soul rehearses a condition analogous to the belief of the aspirant in the soul or ChristPatanjali, 40:dims and passes away and only spirit is known. Belief must ever be the first stage. First, thePatanjali, 185:and deals with the formulation of a man's belief regarding God, people, things and forms throughPatanjali, 189:impure conditions; this is based upon the belief that certain types of force emanations producePatanjali, 217:process. Most of this has been caused by a belief in the occidental mind that prana and breath arePatanjali, 354:of this in the olden days which gave rise to the belief anent the evil eye. There is much to beProblems, 37:is secondary; it has fed pride and fostered the belief that he, his group and his nation areProblems, 56:brotherhood, right human relations and a belief in the reality of the world behind the phenomenalProblems, 83:and the violent discontent of the masses. A belief in human unity must he endorsed. This unity mustProblems, 143:one of any true reasoning power or with any true belief in a God of love accepts the heaven of theProblems, 144:give a tentative recognition to this hope and belief at Easter time, largely because HisProblems, 160:its Head, the Christ. Through this response, the belief of the masses will gradually be changedPsychology1, 34:to a growth of interest in the Knower and to a belief that this Knower is the Soul, one with Deity,Psychology1, 83:all forms. The world has been changed beyond belief during the past five hundred years, and duringPsychology1, 92:which arise today; and in the last analysis, belief in the soul can be posited as being largely aPsychology1, 92:and the upholders of proven scientific facts. Belief, verbal testimony, hope, curious andPsychology1, 92:longings of his deeply hidden thought life. Belief in God and Heaven and in an immortal future havePsychology1, 93:the intangible, and which testify to an agelong belief in a soul and its immortality for whichPsychology1, 94:body, and which is the undying immutable Being, belief in Whom has sustained countless millionsPsychology1, 119:the soul, remains still a speculation, a hope, a belief. The fact of the soul is not yetPsychology1, 304:to much sexual abuse and to much suffering. The belief that to be a disciple necessitates aPsychology1, 364:carry forward that infant science to maturity. Belief in the soul has become widespread during thePsychology2, 11:out his destiny. This is the deep foundational belief of humanity. The first developed evidence ofPsychology2, 13:inadequacy of their equipment. They affirm their belief in terms of accomplished fact and causePsychology2, 87:and the world ideal, separative religious belief and the federation of religions, and all the manyPsychology2, 130:existence. [130] We have expressed our belief that one of the major sciences of the coming age willPsychology2, 274:is no longer a desire, a vision or a theoretical belief or hope. It is experience and fact. ThePsychology2, 302:when a student is under the impression or belief that the kundalini fire has been aroused in him,Psychology2, 317:of a future heaven, the ancient and exploded (?) belief around which the thoughts of men havePsychology2, 318:which require careful adjustment, and with the belief that in these concepts is mixed much of aPsychology2, 396:place of the present theoretical knowledge and belief. The creative imagination will be occupiedPsychology2, 439:psychic sensitivity, glamoring himself with the belief that they are, for him, non-existent. HePsychology2, 467:undue emphasis, of wrong focus, of narrow minded belief, and idée fixe. We become obsessed with thePsychology2, 472:[472] or self-hypnotism. Through this induced belief, we force ourselves into a state of mind whichPsychology2, 511:mind to study the technical foundation for a belief in brotherhood, or to consider our distantPsychology2, 555:there are three ideas which lie behind this belief: The fact of the Indweller, the Entity withinPsychology2, 617:a personal grasp of a supposed situation and a belief that the one who criticizes is in a positionPsychology2, 664:or discarnate. It is assumed that there is belief in immortality among those who read these pages -Psychology2, 664:immortality among those who read these pages - a belief in the perpetuation of the conscious soulPsychology2, 691:believe, and can you stand practically by that belief, that the Buddha on that day, in cooperationPsychology2, 691:in what I have told you, if you have staunch belief in the work of the spirit of God and in thePsychology2, 705:and achieved integration would warrant the belief that - once awakened - they would use the newPsychology2, 739:group, no matter what its ideology or creed or belief. The Hierarchy does not look for cooperatorsPsychology2, 740:so convinced are many of you that your peculiar belief and your particular acceptance of truth isRays, 25:accepted, and are put to trial in the belief that the witness of the past and the testimony of theRays, 133:credulity of the recipient. But the knowledge, belief and hope in the existence of a planetaryRays, 499:for a new world order, based on human liberty, belief in human rights and right human relations; itRays, 645:and the theory of an existing Plan and the belief in the three divine aspects, or in the Trinity ofReappearance, 34:in his own [34] particular brand of religious belief, and also by his capacity to live his life inReappearance, 36:(Col., I, 27.) There is a growing and developing belief that Christ is in us, as He was in theReappearance, 36:in us, as He was in the Master Jesus, and this belief will alter world affairs and mankind's entireReappearance, 43:these people have reasoned themselves into the belief that on such and such a date He will comeReappearance, 46:this climaxing time to our attention. The vague belief in Their existence, the dreamy [47]Reappearance, 49:human expectancy of the imminence of His coming. Belief in His coming is basic in the humanReappearance, 52:of religion, of church-going and of orthodox belief is one of the incredible triumphs of the forcesReappearance, 108:His steps (I Pet., II, 21.) - follow Him in His belief in divinity, in His service and in abilityReappearance, 139:to accept the doctrines presented for their belief? Why is death and not life stalking the worldReappearance, 140:world. He is asked to give unquestioning belief but not to understand; he is told that it is notReappearance, 141:went hungry and unclothed and so lost their belief in divine love. How can the need of humanity forReappearance, 146:one of any true reasoning power or with any true belief in a God of love accepts the heaven of theReappearance, 153:its Head, the Christ. Through this response, the belief of the masses will gradually be changedReappearance, 161:is in line with general [161] religious belief and the major hope left in the minds of men whichReappearance, 165:the rebuilding of the new world will be the belief in the essential divinity of humanity, in theReappearance, 165:that state of mind which will base itself upon belief in the veracity of the historical recordsReappearance, 175:the color of the skin, or what the religious belief - is clamoring for peace, justice and a senseReappearance, 179:now to the fifth prerequisite: a vital and sure belief in humanity as a whole. There must be noReappearance, 188:a consecration, a sacrifice, a statement of belief and a challenge to the Avatar, the Christ, WhoSoul, 15:says, for instance: "It is the layman's belief that in general, he himself directly feels why atSoul, 15:which constitutes mental life. Opposed to this belief and altogether foreign to it, we have theSoul, 43:the pineal gland in the head." In the ancient belief that the pineal gland is the seat of the soulSoul, 43:of hidden truth? Children have a ready belief in God and recognition of Him. Christ said, "TheSoul, 66:in Pennsylvania University asserts his belief in this universal medium in the following terms: "ItSoul, 72:says, "To write the history of man's belief in the soul one would have at the same time to writeSoul, 127:physical and material? Such is the agelong belief of India - that through the development of theTelepathy, 39:which is formulated in terms of individual belief, prejudice, dogmatism or ideas. I would ask you
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