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

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Psychology1, 41:of millions of lives which in their totality constitute the One Life. From its very nature, thePsychology1, 73:rays two, three, five and seven. They will thus constitute focal [74] points for the inflow ofPsychology1, 83:manipulation of the energies which create and constitute all forms. The world has been changedPsychology1, 87:destined for an important function. They will constitute the nucleus which (in the next solarPsychology1, 87:nucleus which (in the next solar system) will constitute the majority, finding their synthesis onPsychology1, 111:as a group do that we may be of service, and so constitute a good channel for the helping ofPsychology1, 120:comprehend better the nature of the forces which constitute one or another of these dualities. ThisPsychology1, 131:dim glow of the light within the elements which constitute the body, and the light hidden in thePsychology1, 131:body, and the light hidden in the atoms which constitute the form nature. As evolution proceeds,Psychology1, 141:quality and appearance, or spirit, soul and body constitute all that exists. They are existencePsychology1, 149:which in their totality - great or small - constitute a Life, and that these composite lives, inPsychology1, 158:the four minor rays. The three great rays, which constitute the sum total of the divinePsychology1, 163:rays is in operation. The seven subdivisions constitute the "seven rays" which, wielded by ourPsychology1, 167:to the origin of the two ray influences which constitute the dominant and the modifying factors inPsychology1, 194:a world of vibrating points of force which constitute in the aggregate all forms of life, and whichPsychology1, 195:dominate the activity of the form units which constitute the phenomenal world. There are energiesPsychology1, 222:advanced for the average student to grasp, and constitute likewise two of the secrets of the higherPsychology1, 248:soul, - and these two, blended and fused in man, constitute the human soul. It is this fact that isPsychology1, 255:plan. These qualities are inherent in man, and constitute an aspect of the divine mind not foundPsychology1, 314:together present the Christ to the world, and constitute a channel for the Christ force and life.Psychology1, 318:every human being is a cell, and the seven races constitute the seven major centers, with thePsychology1, 325:of the Plan, and in every organization they constitute the new and slowly growing group of WorldPsychology1, 332:years or once every twelve months. Those that constitute the ray forces do not come from the twelvePsychology1, 334:blended that, from the angle of humanity, they constitute the major ray, the one ray. This majorPsychology1, 343:as the myriads of atomic lives in the human body constitute a man's body of expression and form hisPsychology1, 343:lives produce a phenomenal appearance, and thus constitute a unity, through the influence of thePsychology1, 351:thus function, their united responsiveness will constitute a channel through which this first rayPsychology1, 357:Christian calls it) will have arrived. This will constitute an event of an importance equal to thatPsychology1, 368:seventh ray executives, and in some cases will constitute for them the line of least resistance.Psychology1, 370:rays of which the modern scientist is aware constitute aspects of the planetary kundalini, andPsychology1, 388:America, Russia and Brazil are all feminine, and constitute the nurturing mother-aspect. They arePsychology1, 402:with the sum total of the three bodies, which constitute - when aligned and functioning in unison -Psychology1, 402:emerges clearly, and the three bodies or selves constitute the three aspects or rays of the lowerPsychology1, 415:with the development of karma. Domestic animals constitute the heart center in the life of thePsychology2those forms in matter and substance, which constitute the appearance and express the quality of thePsychology2, 8:Science has laid the emphasis. These forces constitute the lower man. The solar angel is a dualPsychology2, 9:that angel, of a sheath or sheaths, which thus constitute its appearance. It is the initialPsychology2, 11:be turned in this direction, for it will constitute the line of least resistance. There will followPsychology2, 12:service and sacrifice. This can well constitute a useful self-imposed experiment. By the educationPsychology2, 18:process then repeats itself: The many rays which constitute the lower separative man are fused andPsychology2, 33:Then the Old Commentary runs through what would constitute many pages of writing, shewing that thePsychology2, 54:are attracted and held together. They will thus constitute a temporary form from which can be seenPsychology2, 55:by a soul of those energy units which will [55] constitute its body or sheath, as it passes fromPsychology2, 68:knowledge can be gained of those realities which constitute the kingdom of God. Intellect must bePsychology2, 85:soul, as they are appearing in the world today, constitute (in their working out) a body ofPsychology2, 92:system in the series of solar systems which constitute the body of expression for The One AboutPsychology2, I can:planet. However, Saturn, Mars and our Earth constitute, in a curious esoteric manner, the [99]Psychology2, 99:(those of the three major rays) three planets constitute the personality of each ray Life. SomePsychology2, 99:to manifest or express a great Life. These facts constitute a tremendous mystery, and in no wayPsychology2, 110:on the higher levels of the mental plane which constitute the first of the major formPsychology2, 112:potency to the subhuman kingdoms, and will constitute a channel of communication between "thatPsychology2, 113:as a group and only as a group, they unitedly constitute themselves channels for service in purePsychology2, 113:even with one's own Ray life. All these factors constitute preliminary implications and are of anPsychology2, 113:effort of these groups in the world today (who constitute subjectively One Group) light andPsychology2, 117:aspects of his nature, higher and lower, which constitute the two poles with which he is concerned,Psychology2, 131:are the platitudes of the spiritual life, and constitute the battleground, or the Kurukshetra ofPsychology2, 134:soul contact and creative service, and who constitute the planetary Hierarchy. When alignment hasPsychology2, 138:efficiency. These methods and techniques will constitute the inner structure of the coming SciencePsychology2, 141:These ideas embody great [141] principles, and constitute the New Age ideas. These servers,Psychology2, 153:clarify the way of the soul in a body, and will constitute the basis of all true esotericPsychology2, 157:obedience are the great methods of release, and constitute the underlying causes which will bringPsychology2, 181:out in some form of group activity which will constitute the distinguishing contribution of anyPsychology2, 184:all these energies are closely interrelated and constitute the one synthetic energy body of ourPsychology2, 188:of the Groups I have said that these groups constitute an experiment. This experiment is fourfoldPsychology2, 191:or intermediaries between the energies which constitute the forces which construct the forms, thePsychology2, 205:nevertheless, predominantly emotional. They constitute the bulk of modern humanity at this time.Psychology2, 206:bring results, and expand human awareness. They constitute the cream of the human family, and arePsychology2, 212:the final, stages of the Atlantean period, [212] constitute the bulk of our modern humanity, plusPsychology2, 220:of hierarchical work, and which therefore constitute the major rules of the evolving life of God inPsychology2, 221:will eventually enable humanity, (as a whole) to constitute a station of light upon earth. ThisPsychology2, 235:of the atoms of matter and substance which constitute his form nature. These have been brought overPsychology2, 245:Hierarchy has in it all the seven elements which constitute the primary differentiation to whichPsychology2, 267:measure up to its true significance, which is to constitute the mask of the soul, that which is thePsychology2, 279:one point of view, these two centers of force constitute the Temples of Initiation through whichPsychology2, 279:of human endeavor are individual in nature, and constitute, as it were, a preparatory period ofPsychology2, 285:The energy of life itself. These energies constitute the human being, a unit of energy. They makePsychology2, 290:various elementals or lunar lords which compose, constitute and control the lower nature. These, inPsychology2, 294:with the instinctual life of the organism. These constitute the sum total of the availablePsychology2, 297:to his [297] monadic ray, and it will finally constitute his astral-buddhic approach to life, andPsychology2, 322:an integration of the three energies which constitute the threefold lower man. This triplicity thenPsychology2, 334:are considering those more advanced people who constitute the intelligentsia of the world, who arePsychology2, 335:or Function through all the three bodies which constitute the personality simultaneously. This willPsychology2, 336:the aspirant, the notable people, and those who constitute the people with psychological problemsPsychology2, 365:type of crisis which is here discussed. These constitute, consequently, a very difficult moment orPsychology2, 378:the two rays of manifesting energy, which constitute that phenomenal being we call man. Therefore,Psychology2, 388:suddenly sees the form of God wherein all forms constitute the One Form. The battle is then over.Psychology2, 391:give you the rules of this technique, as they constitute part of the veiled secrets of initiation.Psychology2, 394:attention to those related arrangements which constitute the whole when brought into relation withPsychology2, 397:which we are becoming conscious, and which will constitute the major qualities and attributes ofPsychology2, 404:frequently to the many ways of escape, which constitute the bulk of the modern complexes. [405] ThePsychology2, 440:tendencies and knowledges of all kinds which constitute a man's stock in trade and of which he isPsychology2, 442:(each determined by some particular ray energy). constitute the character of the person. For a longPsychology2, 445:of soul and of the personality. These constitute the larger areas of difficulty, and in each ofPsychology2, 463:surrounded by a wall of mental matter, will constitute a part of the science of psychology whichPsychology2, 464:considered. Nevertheless, they in their turn constitute real problems and, because the intelligentPsychology2, 478:a danger, both to themselves and to others. They constitute a problem and a difficulty. The ancientPsychology2, 479:care the nature of the rays which presumably constitute the man's nature and provide the forces andPsychology2, 479:for the human being. These three sciences will constitute the [480] three major departments of thePsychology2, 497:facts are sometimes forgotten and hence constitute a fruitful source of the frequent failure toPsychology2, 498:predisposing germ-complexes, and therefore constitute the source of all the trouble. This method
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