Share

[Get This]

Previous    Next    Up    ToC    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CHRIST
chr

CHRIST
(page 4 of 38)

christed


Autobiography, 248:in that Hierarchy, up to and including the Christ Himself, the Master of all the Masters and theAutobiography, 252:with brotherly love, forgetting the words of the Christ that "he who is not with me is against me."Autobiography, 256:preparing themselves (under the tuition of the Christ) to tread the way of the higher evolution, asAutobiography, 257:is not alone but that the Hierarchy stands, that Christ is with His people, that the world is fullAutobiography, 262:planetary Hierarchy under the direction of the Christ - has been widely presented, either in termsAutobiography, 277:to be taken is taught, and the work of the Christ, as Head of the Hierarchy, is studied. Thus theAutobiography, 279:the Door of Initiation upon which the words of Christ are inscribed, "Ask and it shall be givenAutobiography, 282:to the Spiritual Hierarchy (of which the Christ is the Supreme Head), and right relation to aAutobiography, 288:existence of the Spiritual Hierarchy (of which Christ is the Head). Those who still question, butAutobiography, 288:entering and the immediacy of the return of the Christ - as taught in all the world religions. TheAutobiography, 288:The Christian looks forward to the advent of Christ, the Jew is still expectant of the coming ofAutobiography, 291:proving the accuracy of the prophecies of Christ to be found in St. Matthew XXIV. People are veryAutobiography, 291:Our students are taught the truth (as given by Christ) that "by their fruits ye shall know them";Autobiography, 294:building up of large funds for the work of the Christ and His disciples and for the task ofAutobiography, 295:are in truth the sons of God (if the words of Christ and all the world Teachers mean anything) theAutobiography, 295:that of which Paul spoke when he referred to "Christ in you, the hope of glory." It is theAutobiography, 295:and on through the fifth kingdom (of which the Christ is the supreme Head) to those exalted spheresAutobiography, 299:their effort to hasten the reappearance of the Christ. It is only in these later years that we haveAutobiography, 299:have come to understand how this return of the Christ has, in fact, been the keynote and climaxingBethlehemand result in a deepening of our belief in Christ and a broader recognition of the work which HeBethlehemwhich I faced the problem of my own relation to Christ and to Christianity, have brought me to twoBethlehemof the reality of the Individuality of Christ and of His Mission; and secondly, a recognition thatBethlehema recognition that the development of the Christ Consciousness and the Christ Nature in individualBethlehemdevelopment of the Christ Consciousness and the Christ Nature in individual man, and in the race asBethlehemthe old age and the new, and the true mission of Christ, so deeply and frequently obscured byBethlehemof humanity guarantees the recognition of Christ and His work and its participation, consciously,Bethlehem, viii:of God. [viii] The conscious evocation of the Christ Life in the human heart and our rapidBethlehem, ix:also, the Lover and beloved." - Wrestlers with Christ, by Karl Pfleger, p. 236. [3] I. We are inBethlehem, 3:to the perfection of the portrayed character of Christ there is never any question. The enemies ofBethlehem, 5:exist from the beginning of the human race until Christ came in the flesh, at which time the trueBethlehem, 5:down the ages, and are identical with that which Christ taught. This body of inner truths and thisBethlehem, 5:since time immemorial. It is the truth which Christ revealed; but He did more than this. HeBethlehem, 5:on and take to itself new forms. The Spirit of Christ is undying, and as He lives to all eternity,Bethlehem, 6:For the Gospels [6] show us that continuously Christ called forth this recognition from the Father.Bethlehem, 6:possession, and into it the religion of Christ must, and does, fit. God has never left HimselfBethlehem, 7:while failing to see the real magnificence of Christ's accomplishment and the significant teachingBethlehem, 7:ignored. We have fought over the historical Christ, and thus fighting, have lost sight of HisBethlehem, 7:flesh." We argue about the Virgin Birth of the Christ, and forget the truth which the IncarnationBethlehem, 7:with the historical birth and earthly life of Christ, is for the mystic not only this but also aBethlehem, 9:underlying the great events in the life of Christ, and to bring into renewed life and interest theBethlehem, 9:revelation of divinity in the Person of Jesus Christ, and which remains eternally truth, in theBethlehem, 10:in itself the teachings of the past. This, Christ Himself pointed out when He said, "Think not thatBethlehem, 11:nothing original at all apart from the coming of Christ and His Personality; is it not precisely inBethlehem, 11:many years ago, entitled The Crises of the Christ, by that veteran Christian, Dr. Campbell Morgan.Bethlehem, 11:leaving one with the realization that Christ had not only passed through these dramaticBethlehem, 11:that these great facts in the experience of Christ, these five personalized aspects of theBethlehem, 12:of the Buddha, though preceding that of the Christ, expresses the same basic truths, but phrasesBethlehem, 12:history: the life of the Buddha, and the life of Christ. The Buddha gave his doctrine to enlightenBethlehem, 12:Buddha gave his doctrine to enlighten the world: Christ gave his life. It is for Christians toBethlehem, 13:divinity and to make it manifest. In the life of Christ we have the most complete and perfectBethlehem, 13:and the West. For instance, the fourth event in Christ's life, the Crucifixion, finds a parallel inBethlehem, 13:we call the "baptism in Jordan." The story of Christ's birth at Bethlehem can be paralleled inBethlehem, 14:no way [14] detracts from the unique task of the Christ and the unique function which He came forthBethlehem, 14:outstanding Individualities, the Buddha and the Christ, have set Their seal upon both hemispheres -Bethlehem, 14:the Buddha being the Teacher for the Orient, and Christ the Savior of the Occident. Whatever may beBethlehem, 14:the world for the message and the mission of Christ. Both embodied in Themselves certain cosmicBethlehem, 14:embodied. But love came to the world through Christ, and He, through His work, transmuted emotionBethlehem, 14:Love. As "God is Love," the comprehension that Christ revealed the love of God makes clear theBethlehem, 15:down the centuries, to see the light. Today Christ and His disciples are occupied (as they haveBethlehem, 15:These are the first steps on the road to Christ. Bethlehem, 15:Remarks on Initiation Through the message of Christ three general concepts emerged into the racialBethlehem, 15:the supreme value of any individual. But Christ came and emphasized the work of the individual,Bethlehem, 16:[16] The third concept which was taught by the Christ was that which embodied the technique of theBethlehem, 16:with each other - this was the message of the Christ. In the teaching of the Buddha we have theBethlehem, 16:rule of wisdom and prepare the disciple for the Christ life. Upon this racial teaching follows theBethlehem, 16:this racial teaching follows the work of the Christ with humanity, resulting in an understanding ofBethlehem, 16:We learn to perfect ourselves in consonance with Christ's injunction, "Be ye therefore perfect,"Bethlehem, 16:to the group good, and in order to serve Christ perfectly. Thus that spiritual reality, spoken ofBethlehem, 16:spiritual reality, spoken of by St. Paul as "Christ in you, the hope of glory," (Col., I, 27.) isBethlehem, 17:leads to the Path of Light, and the life of Christ will flower forth in the human kingdom.Bethlehem, 17:happening. The final result of the work of the Christ can be seen portrayed for us in His words toBethlehem, 17:- in these terms the message of the Christ can be expressed. This He epitomized when on earth inBethlehem, 17:(St. John, X, 30.) That great Individuality, the Christ, through the process of the five greatBethlehem, 17:Detachment. Dispassion. Discrimination. The Christ - The Result Individualism. Initiation.Bethlehem, 17:Individualism. Initiation. Identification. Christ lived His life in that small but significantBethlehem, 18:and this is the lesson of the Gospel narrative. Christ therefore not only unified in Himself theBethlehem, 18:on Initiation But the lesson and message which Christ brought to individual man He brought also toBethlehem, 19:all the children of the one Father. To this age Christ pointed in His instructions to His disciplesBethlehem, 19:between the two great world cycles, and just as Christ consummated in Himself the message of theBethlehem, 20:preparation being triumphantly accomplished, and Christ will again give us the next revelation ofBethlehem, 21:we, as individuals, play no conscious part. Christ enacted for us the dramatic story of the fiveBethlehem, 21:of initiation. The fact that the historical Christ existed and walked on earth is the guarantee toBethlehem, 21:our ultimate achievement. The fact of the mythic Christ, appearing again and again down the ages,Bethlehem, 21:those who have achieved. The fact of the cosmic Christ, manifest as the urge towards perfection inBethlehem, 22:and in that high moment to find that it is the Christ Himself Who thus greets them - the familiarBethlehem, 22:light and peace and release so ardently desired. Christ gives us a definite picture of the entireBethlehem, 22:These are: The Birth at Bethlehem, to which Christ called Nicodemus, saying, "Except a man be bornBethlehem, 22:Spirit and of fire must be administered to us by Christ. (St. Matt., III, 11.) The Transfiguration.Bethlehem, 24:assuredly be confronted as one treads the path Christ trod, takes courage of the rarer kind. ToBethlehem, 25:for us upon earth by the Son of God, the Christ. Initiation is a living process, and through thatBethlehem, 25:in different ages. They are called in the West, Christ and His Church, the Elder Brothers ofBethlehem, 25:destiny allow. The Teachers of the race, and the Christ, Who is the "Master of all the Masters andBethlehem, 26:the place of initiation and to the Center where Christ may be found is the way of the soul, theBethlehem, 26:is found in its fullness in the life of Christ. He revealed to us the nature of essential love, andBethlehem, 26:each giving us the sequence of the revelation of Christ in the human heart. There is first of allBethlehem, 26:human heart. There is first of all the phrase "Christ in you, the hope of glory." (Col., I, 27.)Bethlehem, 26:which is called that of a full-grown man in Christ, indicating an increased experience of theBethlehem, 26:the divine life and a deeper unfoldment of the Christ consciousness in the human being. TowardsBethlehem, 27:the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ." (Eph., IV, 13.) Initiation is therefore aBethlehem, that i:body of this death? "I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord." (Romans, VII, 18-25.) Only through
Previous    Next    Up    ToC    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
.
 
 
NEWSLETTER
NAME:
EMAIL:
Google
Search energyenhancement.org Search web