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

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Psychology1, 113:of the hidden factors producing emotional conditions may be suggested; meditations may be arrangedPsychology1, 115:their development if we attempted to enforce conditions which come not naturally. We should alsoPsychology1, 128:confers, through its energy, peculiar physical conditions, and determines the quality of thePsychology1, 161:the world of being or of the soul. Both these conditions indicate the "genius towards perfection;"Psychology1, 169:it may of course be one or more, if the karmic conditions demand it, for the moment of birth forPsychology1, 173:and mythical Utopia, or of those material conditions whereby one group is entirely subordinated byPsychology1, 177:and generally worked for, and when these conditions exist nothing can stop the appearance of thePsychology1, 179:in of light upon mankind which will alter his conditions of living, change his outlook upon worldPsychology1, 186:directed, and thus will be brought to an end conditions of decay and of death now prevalentPsychology1, 249:and responsiveness to outer and inner environing conditions, than does the preceding kingdom. EachPsychology1, 253:with all that is involved. This does not mean conditions and environment, but Life. This processPsychology1, 255:of the wild animals, and their adaptation to the conditions of ordered living, are part of thePsychology1, 270:on the increase. It leads finally to physical conditions which are undesirable. Nevertheless, atPsychology1, 271:under the influence of the differing climatic conditions. It is therefore obvious, - is it not? -Psychology1, 272:- why and how the present peculiar and unique conditions have been brought about. I may also bePsychology1, 274:he choose, and in the harem and the kraal such conditions are always to be found. In the West, aPsychology1, 274:are little better. I have enumerated the above conditions with no thought of criticism in my mind,Psychology1, 274:who needs a worldwide picture of existing conditions. It is divinely true that the trend of men'sPsychology1, 275:of the natural instincts, psychological conditions of the worst kind, sometimes illegitimatePsychology1, 275:and the injunction to avoid excesses and those conditions which would impair their health or lay onPsychology1, 275:or lay on them the burden of straitened economic conditions. The moralities of the past may bePsychology1, 287:on all three planes are found, the right conditions exist in which souls can be provided with thePsychology1, 298:of my presentation of the present appalling conditions, given the possibility of an ultimatePsychology1, 298:four essential laws. Any correction of present conditions will come as a growth from withinPsychology1, 300:active in the process of creating the correct conditions, and in bringing order out of the presentPsychology1, 300:injustices, and the explanation of that which conditions the man and makes him what he is. Such isPsychology1, 301:not been the case, and hence our modern world conditions. But the new law must, and will, bePsychology1, 303:personal good and the personal pleasure to group conditions and group requirements. You can see,Psychology1, 303:will adjust itself in time to these new conditions. The final postulate which I seek to emphasizePsychology1, 304:a consequence of our present abnormal economic conditions; but this in no way negates the fact thatPsychology1, 306:necessitates stringent measures and abnormal conditions in order to offset and rectify past errorsPsychology1, 307:analysis, be solved in the home and under normal conditions, and it is the advanced people of thePsychology1, 322:at adapting himself to that situation and those conditions in which he finds himself is relativelyPsychology1, 323:and harmony, and of a steady effort to adapt conditions of character and personality life, so thatPsychology1, 325:Their personalities, to each other and to world conditions; but as a group They are learning how toPsychology1, 331:a rhythmic and complete response to all conditions and states of awareness. Let it ever bePsychology1, 339:shown a tremendous speeding up as compared with conditions fifty years ago. The reason for thisPsychology1, 349:warrant prompt destruction." This causes mental conditions of a set and static nature. ThePsychology1, 368:prophecy or misinterpreted astrological conditions. In any case, the prophesied end is inevitable,Psychology1, 376:Law of Economy. This law determines the past, conditions the planetary consciousness, and concernsPsychology1, 393:want now to indicate to you certain fundamental conditions which partially account for thePsychology1, 397:Nazareth, was a Jew. He reversed all the earlier conditions. He possessed nothing at [398] all. HePsychology1, 427:with all that is involved. This does not mean conditions and environment, but Life. This processPsychology2, 11:eradication of war and the establishing of those conditions of peace which will bring about thePsychology2, 14:the full use of the sensory apparatus to sense conditions, to feel reactions, and to bring aboutPsychology2, 96:and intellectual), the effort to ameliorate conditions, the tendency to philanthropy which is soPsychology2, I can:He liked it not, and hence the pain." The same conditions which blend the Law of Sacrifice withPsychology2, 100:the instinct towards an ameliorating of the conditions of other people, first from a selfish motivePsychology2, 106:of the world and its periodical salvaging from conditions which are wrecking the currentPsychology2, 114:the human consciousness and help to ameliorate conditions in this needy world. It will open men'sPsychology2, 119:to conform, willingly or unwillingly, to group conditions. This is one of the lowest manifestationsPsychology2, 121:ourselves are made uncomfortable by distressing conditions, and must therefore endeavor toPsychology2, 121:and must therefore endeavor to ameliorate those conditions in order ourselves to be comfortablePsychology2, 122:in the task of ameliorating distressing world conditions. It is fashionable to serve in some way.Psychology2, 123:suffering, lay the blame for the distressing conditions encountered upon a person or a group ofPsychology2, 123:much of that which is now being done to relieve conditions. It is unsatisfactory from the higherPsychology2, 128:it will be colored and ordered by environing conditions, - by time, by period, by race and age. ItPsychology2, 133:is real and expressive and a power to change conditions (through creative activity) which is thePsychology2, 143:World Servers) will eventually ameliorate human conditions so that an era of peace and leisure canPsychology2, 154:of escape" from the inevitability of environing conditions. To these longings and wishes and thePsychology2, 173:time he is aware - in consciousness - of other conditions, of his essential purpose in dying forPsychology2, 194:are an effort to bring in new and different conditions, and hence produce a new civilization. ThisPsychology2, 200:it will be a peace which is independent of outer conditions and which is not based upon whatPsychology2, 200:personality, circumstance, and all environing conditions of life in the three worlds. [201] Psychology2, 211:and which came in steadily, as the planetary conditions fitted them, until the final, stages of thePsychology2, 238:pattern and the Plan to which he so willingly conditions His own Life, and for which the EternalPsychology2, 263:free. It simply provides the influence and the conditions wherein the best in the race can flowerPsychology2, 265:urge to power and the proper [265] environing conditions. The above situation can work out in anyPsychology2, 277:no theme - calling as it does, [277] particular conditions into being - could provide the right andPsychology2, 295:after the third initiation, though it basically conditions the etheric body itself. The three raysPsychology2, 305:and differing according to ray and to the karmic conditions engendered. 1. The stage of beingPsychology2, 316:- The Appropriation of the Bodies These conditions are governed, as will be recognized, by thePsychology2, 321:vibration of the mind-energy demonstrated. It conditions the sentient form attracted and the vitalPsychology2, 334:his peculiar point of view and interpretation of conditions at the disposal of his fellow workers.Psychology2, 336:that of an emotional response to the environing conditions, leading thus to an intensifiedPsychology2, 402:are students of human affairs, of sociological conditions, and of human equipment, are prone toPsychology2, 402:and illusion. Yet, could we but know it, present conditions indicate their own cause and cure. IPsychology2, 404:down the centuries have led to many disastrous conditions, to interior conflicts which havePsychology2, 415:begin with those of modern man, and with those conditions with which we are all too sadly familiar.Psychology2, 418:familiar epileptoid symptoms and the distressing conditions seen in the usual fit. In a lesserPsychology2, 430:and to generally chaotic and undesirable conditions. An intelligently applied bridging process,Psychology2, 433:are seldom, if ever, stressed. Details of living conditions, statements about possible materialPsychology2, 436:field of expression by a man's ray. These ray conditions will result in a man's finding his rightPsychology2, 446:adjustment of the fused powers to environing conditions? Is the man at the point where he should bePsychology2, 450:understanding, towards right group and personal conditions of living and of thinking, and towardsPsychology2, 451:the determination of man to bring about right conditions and proper environing situations whereinPsychology2, 453:effects, even when there may exist undesirable conditions, or they may mean that the instrument isPsychology2, 458:Conflict then ensues and many distressing conditions result - distressing from the point of view ofPsychology2, 459:soul. It is interesting to remember that these conditions are related far more to the karma of thePsychology2, 463:[463] man in bondage can result in such serious conditions that suicide, prolonged illness or aPsychology2, 464:remains that serious problems arise, dangerous conditions appear, and the lower nature evidences inPsychology2, 474:reality, reverting to states of awareness and to conditions of functioning which were normal andPsychology2, 477:what shall be done to him to bring about right conditions? Many of these people find their way intoPsychology2, 480:is widespread and based on wrong economic conditions. I am dealing with these before we take up ourPsychology2, 482:form of the imposition of life circumstance and conditions from which there is no possible escape;Psychology2, 483:condition. He is taught that there are no wrong conditions except as he himself creates them; thatPsychology2, 483:and the heir of the ages and that the wrong conditions, limited circumstances and unhappyPsychology2, 487:immediate understanding of the psychological conditions and possibilities and that unless thePsychology2, 495:race, ready - when given certain pathological conditions or fostered by fretting frustrations - toPsychology2, 495:to do two things: Touch briefly upon the conditions which foster dreams. Indicate the sources from
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