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

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Astrology, 82:symbols of these three astrological crosses, the Common or Mutable Cross, the Fixed Cross and theAstrology, 92:into incarnation and mounted in its place the Common or Mutable Cross, he no longer identifiesAstrology, 94:upon the wheel. The fourfold influence of the Common Cross. Life in the three worlds. TheAstrology, 95:of the transference from off the Mutable or Common Cross on to the Fixed Cross. Therefore, in itsAstrology, 96:of birth and his release from the control of the Common or Mutable Cross. It is interesting to noteAstrology, 104:and can be connected with the Blue Lodge: The Common Cross - The E * A * Degree The Fixed Cross -Astrology, 105:and from the power of the two Crosses - the Common and the Fixed. Esoterically, Saturn cannotAstrology, 106:in symbols. [106] If he enters Aries when on the Common Cross he will come under the influence ofAstrology, 149:Fixed Cross, demonstrates upon the Mutable or Common Cross as difficulty, the versatile andAstrology, 151:mutation. Experience upon the Mutable or Common Cross. Aquarius - 3rd Aspect - latent. -Astrology, 429:vision. The left eye - the eye of mind, of the common sense and of sight. [430] The eye of Shiva -Astrology, 482:Bear to which we give the name "Pointer" in common parlance. This Pointer is a "major star ofAstrology, 554:Sagittarius - Pisces. It is sometimes called the Common Cross because it conditions the commonAstrology, 554:the Common Cross because it conditions the common herd, the mass of humanity. Atom, 33:the Atom - The Evolution of Substance The most common fact in life for all of us is that of theAtom, 135:his brain, his hand, or his body. It is quite a common phenomenon. Automatic writing, ouija boards,Autobiography, 10:the corner." I never found that religion, or common sense platitudes - as usually dished out - helpAutobiography, 36:and admired teacher of thousands. This is a very common mistake on the part of beginners and I seeAutobiography, 62:morose drinker is far more difficult but not so common. One learns, too, to distinguish betweenAutobiography, 97:problem as I was too ill to have any judgment or common sense left. I relaxed under her skillfulAutobiography, 104:of married life that I had absolutely nothing in common with my husband, except on religious views.Autobiography, 151:and who am I that I should be exempt from the common lot. And this same argument applies to manyAutobiography, 266:and clairaudience which man shares in common with the animals. Physical purity has been enormouslyAutobiography, 284:to do with occult obedience, but is simply common sense. Occult obedience is a spontaneous reactionAutobiography, 292:they supervise. We seek only to indicate the common goal, the universal field of service and theAutobiography, 301:well equipped to deal intelligently and in a common sense manner with world conditions. This sheBethlehem, 50:five initiations have certain basic points in common, resemblances which in themselves are of realBethlehem, 52:be heard until the race is ready. But there is a common Word of Power which will be given into theBethlehem, 55:or of activity - that which is the stream of the common, separative, unfolding consciousness ofBethlehem, 107:the serious believer who endeavors to reconcile common sense, Christ's divinity, and the devil. WasBethlehem, 130:or not, whose life is centered in the Divine, common to all. In Him there is no remnant even of aBethlehem, 170:of service to the extent of saying that when the common good and your personal success or welfareBethlehem, 198:omnipotence, omniscience and eternal justice - a common Christian doctrine, but developed byBethlehem, 232:man, convicted of treason and punished as a common malefactor. What they must have endured duringBethlehem, 255:the variety and stress of life, the zest of common ends, the mastery of means, the glory ofDestiny, 76:herself, of sacrificing herself for the common good and of relinquishing her dreams for France inDiscipleship1, 16:work might be termed an experiment in esoteric common sense and in willingness to acceptDiscipleship1, 143:no means an unusual one; it must be faced with common sense, loving understanding and wisdom. YouDiscipleship1, 687:senses. Then comes a vision, revealed by the "common sense" of the mind. This [688] demonstrates inDiscipleship1, 703:a fusion of [703] energies, directed towards a common center and involving two magnetic factors: ADiscipleship2, 43:an the nervousness and strain which are the common lot today; it takes courage to attack life onDiscipleship2, 232:no occult information but the introduction of common sense and progressive ideas into theology, andDiscipleship2, 233:but he dealt with the masses from the angle of common sense and physical plane helpfulness. HaveDiscipleship2, 293:is visioned and perceived. It is the mind (the common sense, as it used to be called) whichDiscipleship2, 293:phrase "the mind's eye," and this ability is the common possession of humanity in varying degreesDiscipleship2, 300:It is to the mind what the mind, as the common sense, has been to all the five senses. Think thatDiscipleship2, 326:as a possible hypothesis without outraging your common sense or violating your intention, that I doDiscipleship2, 331:are fortunately very rare; they may become more common as the spiritual inspiration to whichDiscipleship2, 410:like the one to which you belong are far more common than you realize. The Masters are all workingDiscipleship2, 430:incentive to constructive endeavor and towards a common sense approach to this subject. My reasonDiscipleship2, 493:is being handled by you with right attitude and common sense. For this I commend you, reminding youDiscipleship2, 674:of yourself and see (as far as is possible and common sense dictates) everyone who seeks to contactEducationthe professional educators are clarifying a common philosophy and are consciously striving toEducation, 35:or intuitional mind. or: The receptive mind or common sense. [36] The individualized mind. TheEducation, 81:The power to use the mind in two ways: As the "common sense" (using this word in its oldEducation, 89:as history itself has proved. It will be only common sense, however, to realize that thisEducation, 106:interest of the mass of the people in the common welfare. Hitherto the upper layer of society hasExternalisation, 8:are certain psychic powers which men share in common with the animals; these powers are inherent inExternalisation, 46:there is one activity which They share in common and that is the power to heal. Their ability toExternalisation, 189:values involved, on a belief in God, and on a common sense which is determined to establishExternalisation, 196:basically far less difficult of solution. Sound common sense can solve it. There are adequateExternalisation, 205:[205] love of one's fellowmen and sound common sense are prerequisites of all demanded service. MenExternalisation, 207:all nations, based upon a recognition of our common humanity. Germany, under her misguided and evilExternalisation, 237:of the Allies (e'en though it lacked worldly common sense) that their preparations for war provedExternalisation, 318:together, deem it right to make known certain common principles in the national policies of theirExternalisation, 442:spiritual levels and then carried through - with common sense and persistence - on to the physicalExternalisation, 479:of statesmanship, politics and legislature. The common people are today awakening to the importanceExternalisation, 532:type of imaginative conception will become more common during the next two centuries, and my wordsExternalisation, 557:that which I have told you; faith and belief and common sense will then no longer be needed, andExternalisation, 596:because it is based on clearer thinking and common distress. True religion is again emerging in theExternalisation, 621:alibis, but the three above noted are the most common; the release of the majority of aspirantsExternalisation, 650:sense on the physical plane, a practical common sense, a cessation of the constant presentation ofFire, 81:duration of all... Prana, or vitality, is the common function of the mind and all the senses." -Fire, 107:The first type of functional disorder is common and widespread. Its reverse can be found whereFire, 263:and desire element that forms the personality or common brain-intelligence of the man. "TheFire, 453:long realized. Etheric vision is comparatively common even now. But comment concerning it is rare,Fire, 818:As nine petals of a lotus, radiating from a common center, and hiding within themselves threeFire, 882:- True spiritual wisdom. Knowledge of truth is a common inheritance. - S. D., II, 47, 3. KnowledgeFire, 972:proportioned, or else will be seen that too common manifestation, an idea wrongly conceived andGlamourgroup composed of disciples who have a common vision and an established group purpose is veryGlamour, xi:intuition, and attempts to define it are very common, but that a real appreciation of it is rare.Glamour, 212:by an individual, a group or a nation. Time and common sense suffice to take care of such aGlamour, 214:power of clear thinking, stern discipline and common sense, and by a recording consciously of theirHealing, 67:are the result of irritation. These are very common amongst disciples. We hear much today aboutHealing, 69:I want briefly to touch upon the most common of all causes of trouble: Worry and Irritation. TheyHealing, 74:of the physical body. One of the most common of these is congestion of the lungs which - though itHealing, 86:For instance, lack of vitality and the common subnormal conditions with which we are so familiar,Healing, 114:Human taints and predispositions, inherited in common with all the rest of humanity. PlanetaryHealing, 206:right modern therapeutic methods, after due common sense, which includes the best that the triedHealing, 220:dream and the vision; they lacked perception and common sense and ignored the evolutionary process.Healing, 234:itself deal with the problem from the angle of common sense, will decide that the physical sinsHealing, 329:an objective. Physical healing by prana is very common. It is often temporarily effective, but itHealing, 375:to healing, who will be bound together by their common knowledge and aims, but who will all expressHealing, 394:all these are ideas which must disappear as the common reaction to the fact of death also vanishes.Healing, 395:mental levels. This telepathic rapport will be a common and ordinary phenomenon of which modernHealing, 442:and mercifully come to an end. The ordinary common trance mediumship and materializations underHealing, 457:in the new information which will slowly become common knowledge in the West during the nextHealing, 462:when etheric or clairvoyant vision is more common, the quality of the coma prevailing will beHealing, 592:These forces and their interplay produce the common ills of man and control the disturbances in theHealing, 598:experience and to die along lines which are common to the rest of men. The entire question of
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