|Psychology2, 41:not the ray, per se, of the creative artist. The creative artist is found equally on all rays,Psychology2, 57:conditioned, and which were conditioned when the creative process began. The material to be foundPsychology2, 60:of man. These powers are inherent in the creative aspect of Divinity, the third or matter aspect,Psychology2, 71:recognition of, and receptivity to, Ideas. The creative faculty of conscious thought-form building.Psychology2, 84:subsequent, let him chant forth the Word: 'The creative  work is over. I, the Creator, Am.Psychology2, 89:incentive, His idea and purpose to appear. The creative act then took place, and the process ofPsychology2, 96:the expression of a still greater factor in the creative process. It is the major determiningPsychology2, 104:and such is the spirit which must underlie all creative work. In this thought lies the clue to thePsychology2, 130:your attention to this as an evidence of its creative quality. By right of this creative quality,Psychology2, 130:of its creative quality. By right of this creative quality, service will eventually be regarded asPsychology2, 130:be regarded as a world science. It is a creative urge, a creative impulse, a creative momentousPsychology2, 130:as a world science. It is a creative urge, a creative impulse, a creative momentous energy. ThisPsychology2, 130:It is a creative urge, a creative impulse, a creative momentous energy. This creativity of servicePsychology2, 133:it will be found to have produced a number of creative secondary causes. These are, primarily, aPsychology2, 133:and a power to change conditions (through creative activity) which is the demonstration ofPsychology2, 133:of his instruments for service, and thenceforth creative work in accordance with the Plan can goPsychology2, 134:are being transformed through soul contact and creative service, and who constitute the planetaryPsychology2, 192:of Deity as it expresses itself through the creative process and the world of human thought. TheyPsychology2, 197:light" must be somewhat developed. Some forms of creative activity must likewise be found and thePsychology2, 198:in humanity. Then too the "forces of creative life" will circulate from the "point within the head"Psychology2, 202:forth from God at the beginning of an era of creative activity. They return to their emanatingPsychology2, 213:ensued, which enabled a new kingdom to emerge. A creative act is ever the result of inspirationPsychology2, 213:Some new thing is thus produced. The instinctive creative act of the physical body is not herePsychology2, 213:vitalizing, transforming, and rendering humanity creative. Initiatory work becomes possible and aPsychology2, 222:into intelligent activity. 4. The urge to creative life, through the divine faculty of imagination.Psychology2, 224:responses: right desire, right vision and right creative activity, based upon right interpretationPsychology2, 237:throughout the aeons and have motivated His creative processes. Great Sons of God have come andPsychology2, 243:and objective are known. Through the use of the creative imagination, the soul creates; it buildsPsychology2, 246:- Rules for Inducing Soul Control d. The Urge to Creative Life This realization brings us to thePsychology2, 246:detail of our fourth point, which is the urge to creative life through the divine use of thePsychology2, 247:This is brought about by the cultivation of the creative imagination. As yet, humanity knows littlePsychology2, 249:Ray - Rules for Inducing Soul Control If the creative artist will ponder upon these threePsychology2, 249:forms upon the physical plane. This use of the creative imagination and the fruits of its endeavorPsychology2, 249:fields of human art according to the ray of the creative artist. We must not forget that the artistPsychology2, 249:the outer organization of his life forms. True creative art is a soul function; the primary task,Psychology2, 249:mind will cripple endeavor, and that spontaneous creative art is, and must be primarily emotionalPsychology2, 250:training. It is based on inertia which finds creative work the line of least resistance and whichPsychology2, 250:is ever the expression of the soul in some creative activity, thus revealing the world of meaning,Psychology2, 284:by our planetary Logos at the dawn of the creative activity of God. Seeking to impress, impel andPsychology2, 292:it may lead to construction of thought-forms or creative forms of some kind, even if it is only thePsychology2, 292:or Beauty is not the only ray upon which the creative worker is found. The mental body of everyPsychology2, 292:ray nature or quality and that, therefore, creative, artistic activity is the line of leastPsychology2, 292:tendency or we have a genius along some line of creative work. When, at the same time, the soul orPsychology2, 304:mental consciousness. The throat center - the creative consciousness. The heart center - thePsychology2, 315:responsive to their environment for the creative, indwelling soul. When this is the case, thePsychology2, 319:the world, such as: The desire to manifest. The creative impulse. The evolutionary urge.  ThePsychology2, 325:effectively.  An expression of the creative power of the soul which is ready to transmutePsychology2, 335:who - being, through personality predilection, a creative artist - suddenly takes a deep andPsychology2, 339:to become active, producing integrated and creative personalities. This stage is characteristic ofPsychology2, 363:ray is pre-eminently the ray of the fourth Creative Hierarchy, the human kingdom, and therefore hasPsychology2, 364:in nature. When this takes place, the fourth Creative Hierarchy will be controlled predominantly byPsychology2, 366:of the fourth kingdom in nature, the fourth Creative Hierarchy, humanity itself, the beauty of thePsychology2, 383:of God); it brings increased imagination (creative and dynamic) to the emotional sentient nature,Psychology2, 384:in his environment will become inspired and creative through the full and conscious use of thePsychology2, 387:third ray results, of which the use of the creative imagination is the outstanding characteristic.Psychology2, 387:is largely done through the cultivation of the creative imagination. This is one of the greatPsychology2, 388:is definitely and scientifically developed. This creative tension or one-pointed focus ofPsychology2, 388:The channel through which this synthesizing and creative energy pours down is as follows: From thePsychology2, 389: It evokes a full functioning of the divine creative faculty. It will be apparent at thisPsychology2, 389:Great White Lodge. The fiat which initiated this creative activity, as far as it relates to man,Psychology2, 389:thus inaugurating the age of creativity. This creative fecundity has steadily shifted during thePsychology2, 389:which ideas are the cause, producing within the creative range of man's mind: That which is usefulPsychology2, 389:inspires him and which makes him dynamic and creative in his environment comes likewise from thePsychology2, 390:higher mental level which is that on which the creative ideas of God emerge in form to bePsychology2, 390:is raised again to the throat center where the creative physical urge is transmuted into artisticPsychology2, 392:the plans of God will stand revealed to him. The creative imagination will be powerfully evoked inPsychology2, 392:developed and the disciple will become a creative cooperator and not just an obedient servant ofPsychology2, 396:present theoretical knowledge and belief. The creative imagination will be occupied with thosePsychology2, 396:and unrelieved places in the (as yet) incomplete creative process. The man then works consciouslyPsychology2, 400:This theme opens up a wide range wherein the creative imagination can roam, and provides a fertilePsychology2, 400:purity of life. Ponder on this. This use of the creative imagination will appear to you immediatelyPsychology2, 403:has led to much loss of time. When again the creative imagination can be released in everyPsychology2, 404:simultaneously citizens of the kingdom of souls, creative members of the great human family, andPsychology2, 424:be the search for, and the development of, any creative faculty, thus meeting the desire to bePsychology2, 424:center of attention and is not based on any true creative ability. It is the sense of "I, thePsychology2, 428:the solution to the problem. By the use of the creative imagination, the bridge between the lowerPsychology2, 428:modern psychologists comprehend more fully the creative purpose of humanity, and seek to developPsychology2, 428:purpose of humanity, and seek to develop the creative imagination more constructively, and also toPsychology2, 429: human unit to understand the use of the creative imagination and the use of directed purpose,Psychology2, 429:incarnation. The sense of fantasy brings the creative imagination into play, thus providing thePsychology2, 430:of a definite rhythm composed of the creative imagination, of discriminating choice, of the valuePsychology2, 435:hinder the disciple. It is the seat also of the creative, imaginative life of man. It alsoPsychology2, 455:of the personality through the right use of the creative power of thought. As a reflector of thePsychology2, 455:worlds of perceptive and intuitive awareness. Creative thought is not the same as creative feelingPsychology2, 455:awareness. Creative thought is not the same as creative feeling and this distinction is often notPsychology2, 461:effort of a man to express himself along some creative line. As the violent and often dangerousPsychology2, 461:by a rich emotional nature) you will have some creative imaginative production, and in the thirdPsychology2, 461:permanent in its effects, provided some form of creative imaginative emotional release is provided.Psychology2, 461:with their own wisdom, their power and their creative capacity. They pass rapidly into a state ofPsychology2, 464:it is brought about through the urge to creative work which leads a man in pursuit of some theme orPsychology2, 464:a man in pursuit of some theme or subject for creative presentation. Whether men are interestedPsychology2, 468:is only the world of souls and a desire for creative activity. The handling of daily living on thePsychology2, 470:consciousness will save the situation, and bring creative usefulness into otherwise negative andPsychology2, 483:unhappy occurrences are the result of his own creative imagination. He is told they are reallyPsychology2, 494:Regained and the best Utopian, idealistic creative productions  of our Western poets andPsychology2, 498:is to fill the present moment with constructive creative occupation and so drive out thePsychology2, 506:expression by him in the form of related dreams, creative work, and the expression of the idealsPsychology2, 508:duality of manifestation) political activity, creative and artistic activity and the many otherPsychology2, 522:the soul to the throat center. This leads to creative activity of some kind. That the worldPsychology2, 522:of the lower degrees is connected with the creative center, the throat.