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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - DANGERS
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Astrology, 87:of initiation, and herein are found some of the dangers entailed in a too quick publication ofAstrology, 378:movement forward in spite of the immediate dangers and difficulties. The Bull, therefore, inAtom, 112:towards disaster, and apart from the physical dangers involved, and the risk of insanity andAutobiography, 203:of parenthood, from the point of view of the dangers of promiscuity plus a warning as toDestiny, 25:the lessons of enforced obedience or the dangers of selfish license; it is victimized by powerfulDestiny, 44:throws the door wide open to very definite dangers. Fortunately, there is a movement withinDestiny, 65:races. This isolationist spirit was one of the dangers to which the neutral powers were at one timeDiscipleship1, 88:of the disciple is ever a life of risks and of dangers, entered into willingly and deliberately inDiscipleship1, 96:This experiment which I am undertaking has its dangers. The disciples in a Master's Ashram upon theDiscipleship1, 620:be reached, bringing - needless to say - its own dangers but bringing also a steady growth towardsDiscipleship1, 760:of special use to workers. He is aware of the dangers incident to the untrained neophyteDiscipleship2, 108:requirements. We must also point out to them the dangers of mental pride, detail to them theirDiscipleship2, 135:the attendant opportunities, manifestations, and dangers. Masters such as myself have had to learnExternalisation, 9:we train our sensitives and psychics so that the dangers can be avoided and men can go safelyExternalisation, 17:Such students thereby lay themselves open to dangers and difficulties which would have been avoidedExternalisation, 175:speak with directness, to indicate the inherent dangers of the present situation, to present itsExternalisation, 176:conflict. Facing humanity today are two major dangers. These are: first, the conflict will be soExternalisation, 369:fear begins to die out. What then will be the dangers to be offset? For what must we be preparedExternalisation, 369:us? It might be useful to enumerate some of the dangers for which we must be prepared. Let usExternalisation, 370:in every land - without any exception. 3. The dangers incident to the necessary adjustments betweenExternalisation, 370:goodwill demand for humanity as a whole. 4. The dangers growing out of hate, revenge and pain.Externalisation, 370:growing out of hate, revenge and pain. These dangers will be the most difficult to avoid. A deepExternalisation, 372:immediate need and a farsighted vision. 6. The dangers of re-emergence of the nationalist spirit.Externalisation, 375:This is the old order which must pass, but its dangers must be recognized. For its abolishing, theExternalisation, 457:trying to foster and nurture them. They are also dangers which the intelligent leaders of the raceFire, 90:scientifically, man will then be immune from dangers due to solar radiation. He will protectFire, 103:be found with a body of a gross quality. The dangers of disruption are too great, and the menace ofFire, 116:the changes that must be effected and the dangers that must be offset. Evolution moves so slowlyFire, 126:consequently we have brought to our notice the dangers that must ensue should man tamperFire, 127:of the fires of matter with all its latent dangers. The blending of these fires must be the resultFire, 169:of initiation, and herein is found some of the dangers entailed in a too quick publication ofFire, 454:present skepticism will become non-existent. The dangers then will be along other lines, - thoseFire, 454:to the very influence of this ray itself: the dangers of crystallization into form so that the trueFire, 455:the intellect and not by selflessness; there are dangers incident also upon contact with the devaFire, 740:energy and of radioactivity and thus avoid the dangers of materialistic interpretation, the meaningFire, 750:the Master might lead the neophyte through the dangers of the stage where, like the infant, heFire, 886:More anent this may not here be said, as the dangers of a premature knowledge along this line areFire, 886:along this line are far greater than the dangers of ignorance. Suffice it to point out that theFire, 947:too explicitly on account of the attendant dangers. In the creative processes man is dealing withFire, 984:practical value of this section, and to the dangers attendant upon a comprehension of these mattersFire, 1008:He refers there to the physical plane, and to dangers menacing the physical body. They are the mostFire, 1026:as the thought form itself is concerned. Earlier dangers have menaced the magician. Now the form heFire, 1175:units on certain Rays, and has its own specific dangers. The inner round is the round that isGlamour, 210:reality and to contact the soul offsets the dangers inherent in focusing on and using solely theHealing, 171:as well as carrying with it certain peculiar dangers for those not ready for the process; it is,Healing, 319:not so far away as you might think. Today, grave dangers attend the process of hasteningHealing, 322:the physical body (human and animal) open to the dangers of infection. I cannot explain more fullyHercules, 51:bull of desire. If common sense is used, certain dangers will be avoided. There is a danger in theHercules, 137:This immediately raises a query as to the dangers of compromise, the deserting of principle forHercules, 169:who was his guide, the latter spoke: "A thousand dangers you have braved, O Hercules," the TeacherHercules, 199:before they were ready? All teachers know the dangers of over-stimulation, the disasters that occurInitiation, 24:and struggled with the miasmas, the fogs, the dangers, the troubles, the sorrows and pains ofInitiation, 197:When a real sense of humor exists likewise, many dangers will be avoided. Secondly, a recognitionIntellect, 135:Both conditions carry with them their own dangers, and, if prolonged, will tend to make a man anIntellect, 185:states and faculties within, he overcame all dangers from the elements without..." "He was a beingIntellect, 221:of breathing exercises entails very real dangers. It is impossible to put this too strongly. ThereIntellect, 251:up his hand blindly for any force to use. The dangers of this kind of work are becoming too wellIntellect, 261:this chapter comes to a close, to refer to the dangers to which many are liable if they respond toMagic, 134:Four - The Creative Work of Sound Fifth: Certain dangers which aspirants must watch as they seek toMagic, 236:the consequent ebb and flow of the waters. The dangers of the midway spot, its nature and theMagic, 249:Ebb and Flow It might here be asked what are the dangers of this midway spot? The dangers of tooMagic, 249:what are the dangers of this midway spot? The dangers of too violent fluctuation between land andMagic, 249:focused in the centers below the diaphragm. The dangers incident to a premature and uncontrolledMagic, 267:[267] This thought must be borne in mind if the dangers of the left hand path are to be avoided.Magic, 349:Brother. Be prepared then for loneliness, for dangers of a dim and obscure character, and expect toMagic, 472:beginner will, if he follows them, escape the dangers of black magic, and learn to build in lineMagic, 490:sane. How shall a man guard himself from these dangers? How shall he rightly build? How shall heMagic, 492:Rule XI. We have dealt with salvation from the dangers incident to the creation of thought-forms byMagic, 543:three difficulties of: Lack of qualification, Dangers inherent in unconscious form-building,Magic, 565:remembering always that substance is force. The dangers incident to working with the fires or withMagic, 623:to work through them, carries with it certain dangers. The ordinary well-meaning aspirant is not inMeditation, 9:The use of the Sacred Word in Meditation. Dangers to be avoided in Meditation. The use of Form inMeditation, 60:willing to know, to dare and to be silent. The dangers involved in the misuse of the Word are soMeditation, 71:I have to impart will have to be withheld. The dangers involved through the injudicious developmentMeditation, 86:letter to a close. Tomorrow, we will take up the dangers that confront the man who meditates. IMeditation, 87: Letters on Occult Meditation - Letter V - Dangers to be avoided in Meditation DANGERS TO BEMeditation, 87:- Letter V - Dangers to be avoided in Meditation DANGERS TO BE AVOIDED IN MEDITATION July 22, 1920Meditation, 87:TO BE AVOIDED IN MEDITATION July 22, 1920 Dangers inherent in the Personality. Dangers arising fromMeditation, 87:22, 1920 Dangers inherent in the Personality. Dangers arising from Karma. Dangers arising fromMeditation, 87:in the Personality. Dangers arising from Karma. Dangers arising from subtle forces. [88] TheMeditation, 89:devas to bring [89] about desired results. The dangers attached thereto are too great to permit ofMeditation, 89:race, - as I think I have before said - that the dangers of too little knowledge are much less thanMeditation, 89:of too little knowledge are much less than the dangers of too much, and that the race can be moreMeditation, 90:am endeavoring to give you a general idea of the dangers incident to the too early development ofMeditation, 91:devas of lesser degree under his control. The dangers are so great and the perils that beset theMeditation, 91:Let us now specify and enumerate certain dangers that must be guarded against by the man whoMeditation, 91:and we shall have to specify with accuracy. 1. Dangers inherent in the Personality of the pupil.Meditation, 91:be grouped under the three heads: physical dangers, emotional dangers, and mental dangers. 2.Meditation, 91:the three heads: physical dangers, emotional dangers, and mental dangers. 2. Dangers arising fromMeditation, 91:physical dangers, emotional dangers, and mental dangers. 2. Dangers arising from the karma of theMeditation, 91:emotional dangers, and mental dangers. 2. Dangers arising from the karma of the pupil, and from hisMeditation, 92:affiliations, whether exoteric or esoteric. 3. Dangers arising from the subtle forces that youMeditation, 92:forces that you ignorantly call evil; such dangers consist in attack on the pupil by extraneousMeditation, 92: Letters on Occult Meditation - Letter V - Dangers to be avoided in Meditation July 24, 1920 TheMeditation, 92:to be avoided in Meditation July 24, 1920 The dangers that beset the student of meditation areMeditation, 93:of method to the exclusion of all others. The dangers of meditation are largely the dangers of ourMeditation, 93:The dangers of meditation are largely the dangers of our virtues, and therein lies much of theMeditation, 93:much of the difficulty. They are largely the dangers of a fine mental concept that runs ahead ofMeditation, 94: Letters on Occult Meditation - Letter V - Dangers to be avoided in Meditation Dangers inherent inMeditation, 94:- Letter V - Dangers to be avoided in Meditation Dangers inherent in the Personality Let us,
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