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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CONSCIOUSNESS
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Bethlehem, 50:through the development of an international consciousness. No matter by what line we trace theBethlehem, 51:We are also preparing for expansions of consciousness which will enable us to live in two realms atBethlehem, 53:given; it was a Sign which registered upon the consciousness of those who were not initiate. EachBethlehem, 55:the stream of the common, separative, unfolding consciousness of man, and that which is the steadyBethlehem, 58:race as a whole has developed and unfolded its consciousness, the message He gave and the life HeBethlehem, 67:hides within itself the Christ child, the Christ consciousness. In the last analysis, it is throughBethlehem, 70:Perhaps what happens to us in the realm of consciousness really does matter in the cosmic scheme.Bethlehem, 71:a message which still awaits response. When the consciousness which is Christ's has been awakenedBethlehem, 76:II, 49.) That business, as it developed in His consciousness in the passing of the years, becameBethlehem, 88:with the outer world, the equipment whereby his consciousness unfolds and awakens. In theirBethlehem, 89:may not be so, and only the unfoldment of man's consciousness can verify or negate this theory ofBethlehem, 91:and how they make their impact upon the human consciousness, thus changing the course of humanBethlehem, 93:Will? The history of the unfoldment of the human consciousness proves that truth has been given outBethlehem, 93:the most inclusive revelation to which the human consciousness can respond, up to the present era.Bethlehem, 93:which Christ came to establish as a fact in the consciousness of men; we pass through the new birthBethlehem, 94:kingdoms of nature we find three major types of consciousness: the mineral kingdom, with itsBethlehem, 94:kingdom embodies all these types of awareness - consciousness, sentiency, instinct - plus thatBethlehem, 94:spiritual or ideal or mystical. Another type of consciousness begins to germinate in him, and atBethlehem, 95:involves the expression of the Christ consciousness, which is the consciousness of the group, ofBethlehem, 95:of the Christ consciousness, which is the consciousness of the group, of the relation of the partBethlehem, 96:as God-Man, but as the One Who enfolded in His consciousness the entire world of men. He unifiedBethlehem, 99:nature in which most of us live, and wherein our consciousness is predominantly focused. TheBethlehem, 102:to found the kingdom of God. The expansion of consciousness was immediate and deep. Dr. SchweitzerBethlehem, 102:lay ahead of Him could not have dawned upon His consciousness in their fullness until after theBethlehem, 102:God. The same writer says: "In Jesus' messianic consciousness the thought of suffering acquiredBethlehem, 103:what God had destined him to be. His messianic consciousness was never without the thought of theBethlehem, 105:and reality is life. For a brief moment his consciousness becomes all-enfolding; he not only seesBethlehem, 105:initiate is never quite the same again in his consciousness. [106] In the river Jordan the lightBethlehem, 107:the temptations. He had [107] to become in His consciousness (either anew or through the recoveryBethlehem, 108:to Christ? What really took place in the consciousness of Christ while in the wilderness? For whatBethlehem, 112:both of them passing out as factors in the consciousness of the young, and therefore determiningBethlehem, 126:the soul of man marches from one unfoldment of consciousness to another, and our concept ofBethlehem, 128:of a personal nature could be developed in His consciousness, the founding of the kingdom of GodBethlehem, 129:unreal and the immediate could not delude His consciousness. He saw the picture whole. He saw theBethlehem, 130:with multiplicity when He embraced in His consciousness, as God, the larger synthesis. Pope, in hisBethlehem, 135:another initiation and a further expansion of consciousness. These initiations, to which HeBethlehem, 137:initiations. He demonstrated the expansions of consciousness which come when the requirements areBethlehem, 140:the expression of the indwelling Christ life and consciousness become possible. The fact ofBethlehem, 141:control His activities. He had passed in His consciousness to the realm of inclusive realization,Bethlehem, 142:or the unthinking individual has a collective consciousness. He may regard himself as a person, butBethlehem, 142:work with the collective, though undeveloped, consciousness. From this stage we pass to that of theBethlehem, 142:He is a thinking individual, and the collective consciousness and the mass mind cannot hold him inBethlehem, 143:draws him upward, the Divine Will raises his consciousness to oneness with the DivineBethlehem, 143:his consciousness to oneness with the Divine Consciousness; for a time he perceives and feels, noBethlehem, 143:wisdom, Christ blended in Himself the collective consciousness, the human realization and theBethlehem, 144:life is duly understood, pouring through man's consciousness in ever greater fullness. ChristBethlehem, 145:the human race. That the future holds reaches of consciousness and standards of achievement as muchBethlehem, 152:of the fact of divinity is established in our consciousness first of all through the recognition ofBethlehem, 158:divine expression, and to transfer the [158] consciousness away from the world of mundane livingBethlehem, 164:the world of everyday. After each expansion of consciousness and each unfoldment of a deepenedBethlehem, 180:of time and out of the aeonian grasp of God's consciousness, mankind is only today beginning to seeBethlehem, 180:when it was not present as a need in the human consciousness, and yet it is so new that there willBethlehem, 181:the evolution of the human heart, and of human consciousness." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, byBethlehem, 181:spoken of as the Temple and the eternal consciousness of God. Its altar is the sun, whose four armsBethlehem, 183:and under its influence the race arrives at self-consciousness and men can function as individuals.Bethlehem, 185:matter, and thus have perpetuated in the [185] consciousness of the race the knowledge of thatBethlehem, 190:and we have been so intensely individual in our consciousness that we have depicted a Savior WhoBethlehem, 192:it to the foreground, first of all in his own consciousness and then before the world. This ChristBethlehem, 192:it to materialize, thus becoming a fact to the consciousness of men. Preparedness for the Kingdom,Bethlehem, 192:been laid upon sin and evil doing. There is no consciousness of sin in the animals, though thereBethlehem, 196:limiting and untrue. 2. The growth of the consciousness of sin in the race, due to its increasingBethlehem, 197:still strongly entrenched. It is rooted in the consciousness of the race, and only today are weBethlehem, 200:who is emerging into the forefront of men's consciousness, and because of this we are on our wayBethlehem, 200:other time in the history of man. The religious consciousness is the persistent expression of theBethlehem, 203:the form life when we have a capacity for soul consciousness; and righteousness is the steadyBethlehem, 204:human. When we turn the light of our awakened consciousness into the lower nature, and then withBethlehem, 204:dominating. It is gradually dawning on the human consciousness that a separative attitude has in itBethlehem, 214:One of the first things which emerge in one's consciousness as one studies the first word from theBethlehem, 218:It is possible also that the thought was in the consciousness of the crucified Savior that matterBethlehem, 220:renunciation everything was at stake. Even the consciousness that He was the Son of God, the soulBethlehem, 222:stage of the final sacrifice, and that even the consciousness of divinity, the consciousness of theBethlehem, 222:and that even the consciousness of divinity, the consciousness of the soul itself, with itsBethlehem, 222:to that divine thirst which sweeps through the consciousness of every son of God who has achievedBethlehem, 222:angle of our individual salvation, but from the consciousness that, as we redeem are we redeemed,Bethlehem, 223:p. 14 f. Then there burst upon Christ's consciousness the wonder of accomplishment. He hadBethlehem, 232:for us to gain this high achievement in consciousness which they showed. Apparently their world hadBethlehem, 233:only when love holds sway over the human consciousness, and where the good of the whole, and notBethlehem, 237:bliss body, now fully organized as a vehicle of consciousness. In that he returned to the body ofBethlehem, 238:War brought the fact of death before the public consciousness in a new and arresting manner. ThereBethlehem, 239:immortality seem to be inherent in the human consciousness. It will inevitably occupy more and moreBethlehem, 241:of death is refused all lodgment in their consciousness, and they will not consider itsBethlehem, 242:of our entire life purpose. We can live with the consciousness of immortality, and it will give anBethlehem, 242:it marks a definite transition from one state of consciousness into another. If one believes inBethlehem, 242:transition may make for an intensification of consciousness; while if the materialistic point ofBethlehem, 244:death brings about such definite changes in our consciousness that it proves fatal to us, asBethlehem, 247:is the true resurrection of the body. When the consciousness of value and of worth, and theBethlehem, 247:which is the extension of our own individual consciousness, and the concept of an endless eternityBethlehem, 248:lives survives and functions on some level of consciousness. We must, and do, eventually attainBethlehem, 249:itself adjustments are made and expansions of consciousness are undergone which render him aBethlehem, 249:The school is in a different place, and the consciousness is unfolded in varying localities. ButBethlehem, 252:Christ in the kingdom. It is when we lose the consciousness of the separate individual and becomeBethlehem, 252:we fear and dread, and the loss of personal consciousness. We do not realize that when the visionBethlehem, 253:and which is integrated with the life and consciousness of that sum total which we call God. ThatBethlehem, 253:sum total which we call God. That life and that consciousness flow through all parts of God'sBethlehem, 253:they have steadily progressed from the inert consciousness and slow, heavy rhythm of the mineralBethlehem, 253:hidden divine nature, until we come to man whose consciousness is of a much higher order and whoseBethlehem, 253:self-determined Deity. From automatic forms of consciousness, the life of God has carried the formsBethlehem, 253:has carried the forms of life through sentient consciousness to the instinctive consciousness ofBethlehem, 253:sentient consciousness to the instinctive consciousness of the animal; then it has progressed onBethlehem, 253:on into the human kingdom, wherein self-consciousness holds sway, until the higher members of that
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