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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CULTURAL
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Astrology, 235:physical instruction and the aid also of the cultural knowledge of the yogis of India in connectionAstrology, 443:attendant culture. This will be based on all the cultural processes of the past and of the present,Autobiography, 106:understand each other. I have found Negroes as cultural and as fastidious and as sound in theirBethlehem, 34:sequentially presented for his education and his cultural growth. Today we stand at the very vergeDestiny, 73:in past history from the more political and cultural aspects, but this can only happen when theDiscipleship1, 500:executives) a due proportion of relaxation and cultural interests. You have a second ray mentalDiscipleship2, 161:all revelation and of all human realizations - cultural and leading to what we call civilization.Discipleship2, 271:daily living, civilized methods of conduct and cultural developments eventuate. All this isDiscipleship2, 279:- historical, geographical, economic, and cultural - may leave much to be desired. The disciplesDiscipleship2, 298:sensitivity being the objective of hierarchical cultural training is that it is realized by theEducation, vi:to create or preserve as a suitable home for the cultural ideals promulgated; and (3) a world viewEducation, vi:Tibetan terms it. The world today suffers from a cultural provincialism based on the dualism of anEducation, vi:double consciousness that has resulted from the cultural fission which made the "self-negation" ofEducation, vii:materialism. If this new synthesis is to restore cultural and spiritual unity in mankind, theEducation, ix:by a document drawn up by the Department for Cultural Activities of UNESCO which formulated theEducation, xii:and ideas. The objective is to elucidate the cultural unfoldment of the race and to consider theEducation, 38:- Chapter II - Civilization and Culture II. The Cultural Unfoldment of the Race Civilization andEducation, 46:Can we not present more effectively the great cultural epochs which - suddenly appearing in someEducation, 56:are usually disastrous. All this concerns the cultural unfoldment of the race and is proceedingEducation, 57:I have sought to make in connection with the cultural unfoldment of the race. The true history ofEducation, 79:groups, giving them a carefully planned cultural training but teaching only the necessary rudimentsEducation, 79:produced periodically such important epochs of cultural expression as the Elizabethan period, theEducation, 79:the entire civilized world. The general level of cultural attainment [80] became much lower; theEducation, 85:and evil happenings and the interplay of varying cultural aspects of civilization will be broughtEducation, 86:behind the constant appearance of spiritual, cultural and artistic world leaders down the ages willEducation, 118:if their emphasis is there; they produce a cultural effect subjectively and spiritually if that isEducation, 127:by civilization are speedily widening and the cultural effects are as rapidly deepening. It is hardExternalisation, 50:This process will make of its members cultural aspirants, with a new sense of values, with aExternalisation, 84:situation; upon the possession of land or cultural predispositions and tendencies and with theExternalisation, 130:and minorities so that coordinated empires and cultural nations are appearing everywhere and,Externalisation, 134:[134] consequences of diffusing civilized and cultural values and the diverse gifts of the manyExternalisation, 190:schemes, idealistic forms of government and cultural living processes have ever been the playthingsExternalisation, 193:way of life and the outer civilized and cultural way of acting; this is a definite possibilityExternalisation, 356:which can bring in the new world era and its cultural order can be clearly noted and appraised. AllExternalisation, 407:determined, just as the religious movements, the cultural unfoldments and spiritual ideas are sentExternalisation, 482:policies. These Forces will salvage the cultural gains of the past (a past which is dead and goneExternalisation, 499:follow spiritual objectives, to realize richer cultural life, and to attain a broader mentalExternalisation, 579:will be free to think, to establish new modes of cultural interests, and free also to unfold theExternalisation, 639:cleavages, of language differences and of cultural distinctions. They can be essentially right ifExternalisation, 639:no true cause for alarm. Such blocs would be cultural and not militaristic, economic and notFire, 1076:others will run a longer cycle. The initiatory cultural process which has in view the stimulationGlamour, 163:which can bring in the new world era and its cultural order can be clearly noted and appraised. AllHealing, 267:of the Jew to conform to the civilization, the cultural background and the standards of living ofInitiation, 131:plane organization - governmental, religious, or cultural - is the working out of inner forces andIntellect, 44:the technique of meditation. This scientific and cultural system, when applied to our highlyMagic, 187:be done, and not because a man is to receive a cultural training which will make him an adept someMagic, 336:the soul and its vehicle of manifestation. Those cultural methods also which will take theMagic, 406:groups fall generally into four major divisions; cultural, political, religious, and scientific. InMagic, 408:the benefit of their accomplishment. Under the cultural group for instance we find emerging theMagic, 408:are the glory of Europe. Two famous groups, one cultural and the other political, also played theirMagic, 410:the influence of the sixth and second rays. The cultural emerged under that of the fourth ray,Magic, 414:to this group, whether their line of service is cultural, political, scientific, religious,Magic, 417:the limitations of past political, religious and cultural theories. They, the members of the oneMagic, 419:authority, whether religious, scientific, cultural or any other form of imposed truth. Modes ofMagic, 627:of agelong enquiry - our present educational and cultural systems and the entire structure ofProblems, 23:yet will at the same time preserve their own cultural approach, their own self-chosen form ofProblems, 23:upon them the responsibility of a definitely cultural effect upon surrounding nations and of aProblems, 39:and, for this reason, it is being changed. The cultural factor in any civilization is itsProblems, 44:Can we not present more effectively the great cultural epochs which - suddenly appearing in someProblems, 50:groups, giving them a carefully planned cultural training but teaching only the necessary rudimentsProblems, 50:produced periodically such important epochs of cultural expression as the Elizabethan period, theProblems, 50:the entire civilized world. The general level of cultural attainment became much lower; the levelProblems, 58:and evil happenings and the interplay of varying cultural aspects of civilization will be broughtProblems, 59:behind the constant appearance of spiritual, cultural and artistic world leaders down the ages willProblems, 69:Powers. These federations will be based upon cultural ideals and will be formed to guarantee rightProblems, 75:of the human family, leading to civilized and cultural living and to fair play and equalProblems, 88:pride of race, of history, of possessions and of cultural progress and breeds an arrogance, aProblems, 93:usher in an entirely new and more enlightened cultural and civilized age. This, however, is notProblems, 110:Africa will take its place as a great center of cultural light, shining within a civilized land.Problems, 110:with patience and without hatred or fear, the cultural history of our planet will be retarded forProblems, 110:contribution to make of spiritual assets, cultural values and creative possibilities. The innatePsychology2, 408:Some Problems of Psychology Humanity provides a cultural field for all types, i. e. far those whoPsychology2, 633:hunger, distress and no leisure or means for cultural advantages, are in an inflamed condition.Rays, 559:traces of ancient organized civilizations and cultural remains, plus indications of inter-worldRays, 659:to another (each being built upon the cultural seed of the preceding one, after a due flowering ofRays, 659:comes to an end, when the familiar mode of cultural expression is brought (as is usual) under theRays, 665:and - at the same time - providing that cultural field of experience in which those sons of men whoReappearance, 103:presented, so that its results will be lasting, cultural and effective. Hitherto, the presentedSoul, 33:as "all that is not the organism, whether cultural, social, physical, or what-not, present in fact
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