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

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Education, 3:to an idea of expansion, and through it the child learns how men, driven by economic and otherEducation, 4:than memory training and more than informing a child or student as to the past and itsEducation, 4:Education is more than a sincere effort to fit a child or adult to be a good citizen, anEducation, 8:of application. In the first ten years of a child's life he is taught to deal intelligently withEducation, 8:the result of intention, must be emphasized. The child must be taught to hear and see, to makeEducation, 8:is definitely trained to become dominant. The child is taught to rationalize his emotional andEducation, 9:to the type of experience which would aid the child to round out his development and bid,Education, 10:who work as souls and as minds. [10] Every child should be studied in three directions. First, toEducation, 10:scientific and mental types. By the time a child is seventeen the training given should haveEducation, 11:so as to bring the entire equipment of the child, latent or developed, into functioning activityEducation, 11:of its racial growth will reveal much, for every child is an epitome of the whole. A study, forEducation, 11:to possession and to acquisitiveness. The child begins to appropriate, becomes self-conscious andEducation, 12:to human tendencies. Response to the group. The child becomes aware of his environment and that heEducation, 14:an attempt should be made to approximate the child's place upon the ladder of evolution by a studyEducation, 14:enquiry sets up a subjective rapport with the child which is far more potent in its results thanEducation, 22:first thing that must be done is to train the child in the correct use of the discriminatingEducation, 22:with the innate idealism to be found in any child, and with the interesting task of leading theEducation, 24:form of God" (Bhagavad Gita, XI), and that each child is the microcosmical representation (at someEducation, 25:of the future will start his service to the child with the recognition of this ephemeral andEducation, 25:phenomenal existence as the memory of the child is capable of grasping. How can I illustrate thisEducation, 25:that, whereas today parents and guardians of the child spend much of their time in answering orEducation, 25:posed by the awakening consciousness of the child, in time to come the situation will be reversed.Education, 25:the demands of the emerging intelligence of the child by always inquiring of the child, Why? WhyEducation, 25:of the child by always inquiring of the child, Why? Why ask this? Why is it thus? - and so throwingEducation, 25:of answering the questions upon the child, yet at the same time dropping the solution of theEducation, 25:the solution of the question subtly into the child's mind. This process will begin in the fifthEducation, 25:This process will begin in the fifth year of the child's life; the seeking intelligence (which isEducation, 25:life; the seeking intelligence (which is the child itself) will always be forced by the teacherEducation, 26:growing responsibility of the [26] educator. A child's note and quality will be early determined,Education, 37:will be relatively at a standstill; the child will not receive the initial training and theEducation, 38:either to infuse religion into the mind of the child or to omit it with decision and with purpose.Education, 38:and, therefore, separative. It has trained the child to regard the material values as of majorEducation, 39:stimulates the latent mass consciousness of the child, and evokes the memory (racial andEducation, 40:is to take the Atlantean consciousness of the child and make it Aryan or mental. The Atlanteans hadEducation, 45:date usually remembered by the average British child is "William, the Conqueror, 1066." TheEducation, 45:is "William, the Conqueror, 1066." The American child remembers the landing of the Pilgrim FathersEducation, 48:custodians of civilization; they must fit the child for citizenship, teach him his place as aEducation, 50:but a study of the race and of the modern child in our more civilized countries will indicateEducation, 50:The first effort of education to civilize the child will be to train and rightly direct hisEducation, 57:and for both of these education must prepare the child. Those working in these three groups mustEducation, 70:there will be an opportunity to train the child from its earliest breath. A careful record will beEducation, 71:steps which should be taken wisely to hasten the child's unfoldment. Modern ordinary astrology,Education, 72:a form of the new age education upon the modern child has been of a twofold nature: First, thereEducation, 72:present methods (probably well adapted to the child of the period) and some of the more [73]Education, 73:of the new age ways in education, upon a child who is basically Atlantean or early Aryan in hisEducation, 73:for this reason that a careful analysis of the child must be made from the very moment of birth.Education, 73:much like a laboratory experiment in which the child is regarded as a specimen - or a sample childEducation, 73:child is regarded as a specimen - or a sample child - to be subjected to certain types ofEducation, 74:been so, but it need not be. Today the average child is, for the first five or six years of hisEducation, 74:important and essential business of giving their child a right start upon the pathway of life inEducation, 75:The true person which is found in every child - expansive, outgoing and well-meaning as are theEducation, 75:of love, wherein fear is cast out and the child realizes he has no cause for timidity, shyness orEducation, 76:upon a realization of the potentialities of the child as an individual, on a sense of trueEducation, 76:difficulty of living, upon sensitivity to the child's normally affectionate response, and upon aEducation, 76:that love always draws forth what is best in child and man. Education, 76:Period 2. An atmosphere of patience, wherein the child can become, normally and naturally, a seekerEducation, 76:An atmosphere of ordered activity, wherein the child can learn the first rudiments ofEducation, 77:relation) is a potent factor in determining a child's character and future vocation. 4. AnEducation, 77:4. An atmosphere of understanding, wherein a child is always sure that the reasons and motives forEducation, 77:activities. Many of the things which the average child does are not in themselves naughty or wickedEducation, 77:It is the older generation who foster in a child an early and most unnecessary sense of guilt, ofEducation, 77:on parental failure to understand and occupy the child, are of no real moment. If these [78]Education, 78:of no real moment. If these [78] aspects of the child's life are rightly handled, then the trulyEducation, 78:of the soul) will not be deadened, and the child will not become anti-social. He only becomesEducation, 78:imposed difficulties which are not innate in the child or truly characteristic of him, but whichEducation, 78:there is wise handling from infancy, when the child is regarded as the most important concern ofEducation, 79:plus the cooperation and understanding of the child. He will understand because he is understoodEducation, 80:are potent in effect, especially if the child is taken young enough and if he is shielded from allEducation, 80:new attitudes and techniques which will fit a child for complete living and so make him truly humanEducation, 81:Period Education is a process whereby the child is equipped with the information which will enableEducation, 83:past methods. The new education will consider a child with due reference to his heredity, hisEducation, 85:with the details of daily individual living. The child, as an individual, will be developed andEducation, 85:the development of the reasoning powers of the child and not primarily - as is now usually the caseEducation, 85:of their leadership will be considered. Thus the child will absorb a vast amount of historicalEducation, 85:under the new era, receive fuller attention; the child will be spurred on to individual effortEducation, 87:removed and a training given to the developing child which will enable him, when grownup, to liveEducation, 89:in infancy so that the consciousness of the child (so easily directed) can from its earliest daysEducation, 92:energy and intelligence, are the two poles of a child's being. The task ahead of him is to developEducation, 93:aspect or the sense of awareness in the child in such a manner that he realizes from infancy thatEducation, 93:as is now the case. As the past, in the child's mind, is correlated with the present, his capacityEducation, 93:can be taught relationship, and this the small child will be apt to recognize more quickly thanEducation, 93:and relationship - are inculcated in the child from infancy, then the third objective of the newEducation, 93:this, in its turn, will do three things for the child who is taught to practice it: It will serveEducation, 94:[94] It will draw out the best that is in the child and will make him a magnetic radiating centerEducation, 100:task of the educational systems is to fit the child for citizenship. By that they mean that it isEducation, 100:the State and of the taxpayers so to train the child that he may be a cooperative, intelligent partEducation, 101:The aim of education has been so to equip the child that when he reached years of maturity he couldEducation, 102:the innate and inherent [102] capacities of the child, his achieved point of soul development, andEducation, 102:ambition has been present which would lead the child to operate willingly with the narrow selfishEducation, 102:goal of the teacher. The natural idealism of the child (and what child is not an innate idealist?)Education, 102:The natural idealism of the child (and what child is not an innate idealist?) has been slowly andEducation, 102:the need of the Nation is held before the child from its earliest years as the highest possibleEducation, 105:those so conditioned to the nursery stage or the child state, and humanity should be reachingEducation, 128:of the human family, the physical care of the child, as well as its psychological unfoldment, hasEducation, 128:first group, therefore, of which any individual child becomes normally aware is the family group asEducation, 130:will be inculcated and taught to every child in school and college. They will thus govern andEducation, 131:of the world-antahkarana) between parent and child, even in the prenatal stages, will be carefullyEducation, 133:As I said before, this subject of parenthood and child training is too great for ample orEducation, 139:training in the basic necessities of the coming child will shift increasingly to the mental andEducation, 139:related to the embryonic light in the child, and the thread of light connecting parent and child
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