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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CLASSES
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Astrology, 17:Astrologers will eventually be divided into two classes: the exoteric astrologers who will beAutobiography, 5:and the excessive comfort of [5] the upper classes (so-called) and the frightful condition underAutobiography, 5:the frightful condition under which the laboring classes struggled. It was in that well-padded,Autobiography, 5:been my friends and the very lowest; and in all classes, nations and races I have found the sameAutobiography, 13:the very lowest type of person on through all classes to include such people as the Grand DukeAutobiography, 82:which can exist between the so-called upper classes and their old servants. It is a state of realAutobiography, 102:are good and right and that the middle classes are the salt of the earth, whilst the aristocracyAutobiography, 102:because the intelligentsia can come out of all classes. I have met frightful snobs from theAutobiography, 102:met frightful snobs from the so-called lower classes. I've met them, also, of an equally virulentAutobiography, 102:The prudery and the conservatism of the middle classes is a great balancing force in any nation.Autobiography, 102:nation. The push and the rebellion of the lower classes promotes the growth of a people, whilst theAutobiography, 102:superiority frequently evidenced by the "upper classes" can degenerate into a stupifyingAutobiography, 138:Grove and was beginning to teach and hold classes. I remember the first book which I started toAutobiography, 140:to the same glamor. Looking back now to my early classes and lectures, I laugh with amusement at myAutobiography, 152:of high degree. I attended meetings and classes and learnt a great deal for which I am veryAutobiography, 187:coeducation is that the teachers have too large classes and no child can get proper attention. IAutobiography, 190:room on Madison Avenue where we could [190] hold classes and see people by appointment. This SecretAutobiography, 191:was giving to the class on Madison Avenue. These classes grew and prospered until they arousedAutobiography, 191:and I was warned by Dr. Jacob Bonggren that the classes were under attack. He was an old pupil ofAutobiography, 192:and how to meet the demand for Secret Doctrine classes and how to handle all the appeals for helpAutobiography, 214:to lunch. Often in the late afternoon there were classes and I look back to those times in which IDiscipleship2, 23:task is to develop sensitivity in these three classes of spiritual events. The group is the factorDiscipleship2, 68:between the rich and the poor, or between the classes and the castes. It would produce a pronouncedDiscipleship2, 410:formation; these can be regarded as preparatory classes in group fusion and group work. Among thoseDiscipleship2, 696:or of unfolding service. There are no classes such as the world recognizes, neither is there anyDiscipleship2, 709:and poor, the socially important and the under classes, the likable and unlikable. The need toEducation, 38:likewise added in many countries and for certain classes of people. Some of the literature of theEducation, 95:the intelligent people in the world and of all classes and nations will be integratedEducation, 103:levels of human life which we call "submerged classes." Education, 106:The intelligentsia and the professional classes have investigated and studied the public welfareEducation, 106:down to the depths of the social order and all classes are keenly alive and alert to the general,Education, 120:either the kindly paternalism of the privileged classes, seeking to ameliorate the condition ofExternalisation, 14:with the least hindrance. Training schools and classes which seek to develop the student must beExternalisation, 16:of esotericism in the world, with varying classes and grades but all occupied with the work ofExternalisation, 48:and lower middle class" people, the professional classes and the bourgeoisie everywhere. At theExternalisation, 71:of the New Age influences. The leveling of all classes and distinctions so that the spiritualExternalisation, 126:is that the masses of the people - the middle classes, the bourgeoisie and the proletariat (I useExternalisation, 134:to discriminate is rapidly developing among all classes everywhere as a result of the manyExternalisation, 190:aristocracy over the proletariat and middle classes, as has been until lately the case in GreatExternalisation, 370:and the occidental, and between the castes and classes which are found in every land - without anyExternalisation, 378:the intelligentsia than it is by the exclusive classes. Through the material difficulties of life,Externalisation, 475:selfishness, her suppression of the lower classes, her exaltation of a Fascist-minded aristocracyExternalisation, 517:the Church and analogous organizations can do. Classes must be held by the occultists of the worldExternalisation, 628:the mass of the good, kindly people in all classes and spheres of influence. The power of theExternalisation, 664:arose from within the masses and the working classes; it was a spontaneous development, based uponFire, 193:all the elements required to move the different classes of Devas and those elements are of courseFire, 196:These are ten in number, and are of two classes: The five organs of sensation - Jnanendriya The EarFire, 219:all the elements required to move the different classes of Devas and those elements are of courseFire, 395:organs bodies, bodies communities; communities classes and races; classes and races kingdoms;Fire, 395:communities; communities classes and races; classes and races kingdoms; kingdoms of many grades andFire, 592:crystallizing and fixing into two great classes the human Monads, as they evolve. One group thenFire, 613:- S. D., I, 114, 197. They exist in three great classes. The most developed. They form, in RoundFire, 617:or creators of mankind. They are of seven classes, three of which are incorporeal and fourFire, 617:...he would have (1) divided the Devas into two classes - and called them the "Rupa-devas" and theFire, 645:arc, which may be divided into the following classes, amongst many others. Class 1. The specialFire, 650:or of tabulating the myriad groups and classes will be borne in on our comprehension. On all theFire, 683:Angels. - S. D., I, 268. They exist in seven classes as do the Solar Angels. - S. D., II, 96. ThreeFire, 745:has said that rebirths may be divided into three classes: (See S. D., III, 364, 365, 367.) Those ofFire, 748:upon the subject of Avatars and the various classes into which they might be divided. We might nowFire, 841:group a good deal more advanced than the earlier classes but need much to develop the second petal.Fire, 1077:system, seven types which radiate, or seven classes of entities which demonstrate ability toGlamour, 100:These people fall normally into two classes: Those who are aware of the necessity for decision andHealing, 63:homosexuality. A number of persons of all classes imitated their betters (if I might use soHealing, 113:three major groups of diseases for the first two classes are: Tuberculosis. The social diseases.Healing, 250:is distinctively a disease of the middle classes in every country, that diabetes is a major troubleHealing, 366:sense of futility. Beyond these three classes, acting as the opposite pole to the strugglingHealing, 646:to you, to point out that there are two other classes of healers who are sometimes found. They workHealing, 685:realm. It sweeps into its field of activity all classes of human beings and demands from them -Hercules, 149:impulse; it considers the opposition of classes in society to be more important than the commonHercules, 157:is also a disciple. It does away with grades and classes and degrees and varied stages ofInitiation, 64:Master, or, if of rare promise, of an initiate. Classes are held by initiates of the first andInitiation, 64:is much the same as in the big Universities, - classes at certain hours, experimental work,Initiation, 65:from disciples, and on occasions large classes are conducted for their benefit by initiates. TheirInitiation, 69:teachings are usually imparted at night in small classes, or individually (should the occasionIntellect, 23:training was given to the so-called upper classes, and to the man who showed a marked aptitude forIntellect, 223:but this may have its place and purpose, if he classes himself as a research experimenter. FailureIntellect, 249:of public order? They fall roughly into two classes. First, there are the writings of thoseMagic, 305:it. It is really a result of the other three classes of fears; of the strain which they put uponMagic, 477:the public ear, and of the radio to reach all classes and races of humanity in an effort to mouldMeditation, 125:cases are not common. They involve only two classes of people: Those who are highly evolved and onMeditation, 279:real interest. The pupil is assigned to special classes conducted by more advanced disciples underMeditation, 279:though he may attend still the larger general classes in the Ashram (the Master's hall forMeditation, 296:and buildings of the school. The grades and classes. [297] We take up today another of the seriesMeditation, 299:and buildings of the School. The grades and classes. Now I would emphatically point out to you theMeditation, 317:deal with later, when taking up the grades and classes. You have, therefore, ten superintendingMeditation, 324:- Future Schools of Meditation 4. The Grades and Classes October 29th, 1920 Our fourth point comesMeditation, 324:This fourth point is one anent the grades and classes. We have, in an earlier letter, touched uponPatanjali, 361:upon this sutra point out that there are four classes of chelas or disciples. These are: Those whomPatanjali, 361:interest to contrast and compare the first four classes of spirits enumerated [362] there withProblems, 25:and out of the hands of the so-called ruling classes and the aristocracy. Countries such as GreatProblems, 68:all and the general leveling of all separative classes into one thriving group of human beings. AllProblems, 68:to impose the will of the proletariat upon all classes and castes throughout the civilized world;Problems, 75:efforts, contributed to the wealth of the rich classes. The spiritual principle of Freedom becameProblems, 75:and with this came the demand by the laboring classes for better living conditions, higher pay andProblems, 76:to start discussions, and to urge the monied classes to awaken to the situation and to theProblems, 76:developing free press began to keep the "lower classes" informed of what was going on; parties wereProblems, 77:into the hands of the masses, of the working classes and of the man in the street. The inaugurationPsychology1, 167:are sometimes considered as divided into three classes; the first ray by itself, the second ray byPsychology1, 175:be employed), but it is an empire of the middle classes, controlling and balancing. In Italy, inPsychology2, 259:say that human beings can be grouped into four classes: A few who are under the influence of their
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