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

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Psychology2, 498:past; it seeks to unearth the basic determining conditions which lie hidden in the happenings ofPsychology2, 512:soil, in food, fresh air and outer environing conditions, men are beginning to draw it from thePsychology2, 512:of vital stimulation and the changing of the old conditions, the masses of the people are left withPsychology2, 513:polarized person and the inexplicable conditions which seem to exist - mentally, emotionally andPsychology2, 513:and high aspiration for divine contact. These conditions are increasing with great rapidity. MorePsychology2, 515:many of the nervous complaints and pathological conditions found in the advanced people of thePsychology2, 519:and a large number of undesirable psychological conditions will then be traced to their truePsychology2, 520:of psychic powers. Those connected with group conditions and problems. Those related to thePsychology2, 536:of the throat center. This center governs and conditions the thyroid gland and the para-thyroids.Psychology2, 536:owing to the present unfortunate economic conditions. These conditions are such that people refrainPsychology2, 536:present unfortunate economic conditions. These conditions are such that people refrain fromPsychology2, 545:nervous trouble and various pathological conditions found among the saints of the earth, and amongPsychology2, 545:unduly great and so produces these undesirable conditions. These again are often augmented by thePsychology2, 553:entire breathing apparatus are related to group conditions. These I will touch upon later. Today,Psychology2, 573:the unfoldment of the psychic powers, producing conditions in the subject which are regarded by thePsychology2, 575:troubles which will be based on group conditions and influences and not so much on a man'sPsychology2, 579:in the form of nervous diseases and pathological conditions and this is affecting potently thePsychology2, 579:to cope with daily living and modern world conditions. But the mind nature has reached a stage ofPsychology2, 583:by entities of some kind or another, of trance conditions and of many kinds of obsession, temporaryPsychology2, 584:of an exceeding sensitivity to impressions, to conditions and to atmospheres, surrounding thePsychology2, 595:disease and of emotionalism, evoked over group conditions) and of troubles related to the thyroidPsychology2, 600:that it led not only to nervous debility, trance conditions and other pathological developments,Psychology2, 615:and Mystics c. Diseases connected with Group Conditions We can only briefly touch upon this theme,Psychology2, 624:but are often the result of the fluidity of the conditions in which he his to live. One of thePsychology2, 624:therefore lacks stability in his environing conditions and faith in his group affiliations. ThePsychology2, 631:ideals. These have to be applied to our modern conditions of living and eventually supersede them.Psychology2, 631:part of some school of idealists to better world conditions, or to bring relief to some group ofPsychology2, 634:and seldom know what it is all about. Their conditions must be bettered, but not through bloodshedPsychology2, 635:in world affairs. The masses suffer from world conditions and from the situations brought aboutPsychology2, 635:else they desire peace, stable economic conditions, and an orderly world. For this they are readyPsychology2, 636:They are dedicated to the amelioration of human conditions, and the betterment of world affairsPsychology2, 637:in the old order or for the betterment of world conditions. They consider that the old methods ofPsychology2, 639:and separativeness, and who seek to see right conditions established on earth through mutual goodPsychology2, 646:brotherhood of nations. The betterment of human conditions by groups, churches and organizations,Psychology2, 653:benefited. They will find their living conditions so ameliorated and wisely ordered that thePsychology2, 656:Plan, which will materialize later when world conditions are bettered, is the emergence intoPsychology2, 658:in the minds of their fellow men and in world conditions; they are evoking a mental response fromPsychology2, 678:accepted fact. World affairs and modern life conditions will then be seen in true perspective. UponPsychology2, 693:circumstances of place, country and environing conditions. [694] The representatives of the variousPsychology2, 698:in the human consciousness and ameliorate conditions in this needy world. It will open men's eyesPsychology2, 701:frequently occur. The personality is aware of conditions of difficulty and of turmoil. It has,Psychology2, 701:sense of futility, and an urge to be freed from conditions. This is frequently of such intensityPsychology2, 701:soul has not retreated and the inner spiritual conditions remain essentially unchanged. The divinePsychology2, 730:people will readjust world relations, world conditions and the world economic situation, so thatRays, 17:of the Masters. It is this new approach to life conditions, as a result of the inflow of newRays, 34:or with his conscious response to environing conditions, but is becoming increasingly aware of theRays, 37:if they are able to interpret their personality conditions, events and happenings in terms of theirRays, 70:to grasp of the present will of Shamballa as it conditions the plans of the Hierarchy and isRays, 76:humanity be brought together and produce those conditions in which the new world order mayRays, 100:and four states of matter for each of the four conditions of the concrete mind - (7, 7, 4, = 18).Rays, 111:within a certain time limit, and this factor conditions the experience of all the lives that moveRays, 135:disintegration and the completely chaotic conditions existing for the past five hundred yearsRays, 135:worked their way out into paralleling physical conditions. This is good and desirable; it marks theRays, 143:the world Scriptures; the idea of enlightenment conditions all the training given to the youth ofRays, 170:you gain some insight into the all-pervading conditions if I state that His work of mediatingRays, 174:life as he emerges out of [174] the glamor which conditions the astral plane, so groups inRays, 183:of the Army of the Voice to the Sound which conditions evolution, and with the supervisory work ofRays, 203:the major initiations, so the surmounting of the conditions presented by the seven planes of ourRays, 214:it may also bring about serious and disastrous conditions within the astral body of the disciple.Rays, 216:nor the soul body is required, as under the old conditions. Their place can now be taken by theRays, 218:fire or life which - in due time and under right conditions - must be transferred into the innerRays, 219:sway. It is blocked and intercepted by group conditions, and until there is at least some unitedRays, 235:itself and the mental and astral planes) are conditions to which we must look for the origin of allRays, 235:the new methods of work called for by the new conditions; these can either affect the HierarchyRays, 235:by the form side of nature against the old conditions, and [236] against the new incomingRays, 236:desirable. Adapting itself simultaneously to new conditions and new emerging factors. Standing likeRays, 237:in illumination, sweeping away the bad old conditions. This is symbolized for us in the destructionRays, 238:plane, in the same way that better physical conditions will have been brought about upon theRays, 259:consciousness. The disciple reacts to group conditions and group problems; he tunes in withRays, 277:this elevated understanding of brotherhood which conditions divine purpose and which leads to theRays, 287:of daily life and the establishing of those conditions which permit of soul knowledge are theRays, 306:to God's will; it is the furthering of those conditions which will destroy those who are attemptingRays, 307:for long periods of time, which concern climatic conditions that predispose the forms in the fourRays, 324:he lives and upon the environment which aids and conditions him. In the third volume we took intoRays, 333:the evolutionary processes of the planet. These conditions are of importance, but they are not theRays, 362:quality and service rendered by the Master as He conditions and controls His Ashram. This I willRays, 366:has been called the "key to the Sun" - as it conditions the solar system - just as the door toRays, 367:adequately the soul and later the Monad - conditions your perception, knowledge, plans and purpose,Rays, 381:They came." It became necessary to provide conditions where [382] these men "accepted forRays, 385:prior to the creation of our planetary life, but conditions for taking the third initiation [386]Rays, 392:sources and energies and to those cosmic conditions which are responsible for the Presence of SanatRays, 397:life; these objectives - with the life and conditions they represent - present to the Master aRays, 397:which draws the Master forth from His Ashram, conditions His decision and eventually leads to HisRays, 428:the coming in of the long-looked-for New Age conditions will be amazingly hastened. I would haveRays, 526:centuries, evokes the attention of mankind and conditions even yet the reactions of millions ofRays, 536:takes hold of the disciple's consciousness and conditions his expressive form of service, itRays, 536:nature and purpose of the will-to-good. which conditions divine activity. Rays, 565:with the ashram created by the ray energy which conditions his soul, fusion in consciousness withRays, 567:not concern ourselves. Let us study the energy conditions wherein the initiate proceeds from oneRays, 589:as well as in the planetary life. Thus the conditions are created which make evolution possible.Rays, 590:in its effect, for there are undoubtedly conditions in which "the mind is the slayer of the Real."Rays, 601:three major areas of thought, or three prime conditions wherein the thought-form-making energyRays, 607:to death. By death, I mean extraction from form conditions - physical, emotional or mental; I meanRays, 607:of Conflict has succeeded in bringing about conditions wherein the spirit aspect is releasedRays, 610:a familiar one to every struggling aspirant and conditions his whole life, producing crises andRays, 623:their personality activities or that which conditions their soul expression. Forget not thatRays, 626:once a measure of security and better living conditions have been assured. Germany has a bitterRays, 633:of the people will eventually balance the two conditions of a socialist program and freeRays, 640:human family are directed and manipulated, and conditions can frequently be adjusted, but menRays, 647:be turned eventually to the production of those conditions which will enable mankind to follow the
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