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

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Healing, 235:oriented race." Death by drowning and death by obscure physical means which I am not at liberty toHealing, 235:tried in the effort to salvage humanity. Today, death by fire is the applied technique, and itHealing, 240:and qualified, can be either life-giving or death bestowing. All diseases - except those due toHealing, 243:the physical body which is the major cause of death where the purely animal form nature isHealing, 244:slower degree in the mineral kingdom likewise. Death, as far as the human being is concerned, isHealing, 244:of the dying person), are taken over by this death-bestowing power of the planetary life itself. InHealing, 244:In the case of the subhuman kingdoms in nature, death is the direct result of this obscure activityHealing, 244:nature. This innate planetary power leads to the death of an animal and - in the larger sweep ofHealing, 244:of a species; it leads also in time to the death of the forms of the vegetable kingdom and is alsoHealing, 244:cyclic manifestations which indicate not alone death, upon a temporary and passing scale, but theHealing, 245:constructive this agency of divinity can be. Death has been present upon our planet from the veryHealing, 245:night of time itself; forms have come and gone; death has overtaken plants and trees, animals andHealing, 245:activity and on the beauty of the divine plan of death and disappearance. With man, death takes onHealing, 245:plan of death and disappearance. With man, death takes on two aspects of activity; the human soulHealing, 245:I would have you note the occult paradox that death is the result of living processes. Death, orHealing, 245:that death is the result of living processes. Death, or the death-producing energy emanating [246]Healing, 245:is the result of living processes. Death, or the death-producing energy emanating [246] from theHealing, 246:absorption into the soil of the planet itself. Death, as the result of soul activity produces,Healing, 246:planetary control. This dual activity produces death - as we know it from the human angle. It isHealing, 246:Therefore, the withering of a flower, death from old age in an animal or a tree, and the manyHealing, 247:of some part of the form usually eventuates and death supervenes. The length of the cycles andHealing, 248:is the factor of free will. In the matter of death, this free will has, in the last analysis, aHealing, 248:or unconsciously followed, where the decision of death is concerned, and this idea carries with itHealing, 248:another major generalization as to disease and death in relation to humanity: Law VIII Disease andHealing, 248:in relation to humanity: Law VIII Disease and death are the result of two active forces. One is theHealing, 250:the relation of the Law of Karma to disease and death and to humanity as a whole. In theHealing, 250:whilst heart disease is a prime cause of death in the United States. Such generalizations are bothHealing, 251:which blow and disperse. The sun can cause death as well as life, and the most virulent germs andHealing, 253:is rampant; more hospitals are required and the death rate soars. To these practical agencies,Healing, 257:are not used. When he is face to face with death, he will frequently turn to the tried and provedHealing, 259:essential that ill health, acute disease, and death itself should find their place in the overallHealing, 278:indicate it. It will be solved when the fear of death disappears and when humanity learns theHealing, 288:either at the task of health or of release by death. If, however, a patient gets worse whilst theHealing, 288:technique can then be used to ease the path of death. In the next section I intend to touch uponHealing, 288:next section I intend to touch upon the karma of death. If you will bear in mind that work inHealing, 297:or preparation for the great transition called death. But behind all wise thinking and wiseHealing, 297:is only a form of transient imperfection, and death is just a method for refocusing energy, priorHealing, 299:He brought not will-to-live but will-to-die. Death was His gift to life. Infusion and diffusionHealing, 299:the great abstracting process which we call death. Other results are the many crystallizingHealing, 304:energies play, carrying life, disease or death, stimulating the imperfections in the body orHealing, 305:the physical plane, the causes of disease and death. Ponder on these matters and bear in mind thatHealing, 313:which caused it or by the releasing power of death). Where possible, and when the physical body isHealing, 318:wonder about the placing of power of life and death in the hands of the physician. At the sameHealing, 318:when continuity of consciousness (which negates death) is achieved. That means that the time willHealing, 319:the human mechanism, then the whole attitude to death and its processes, involving as they do painHealing, 319:of abstraction will be studied and applied when death is near, and the process will be regarded asHealing, 319:develop. But some hastening of the processes of death is in order and must be worked out.Healing, 320:understanding of the spiritual possibilities of death. Healing, 324:science of prevention (both of diseases and of death) is the precipitation on earth of certainHealing, 332:that life thread is withdrawn by the soul at death, the living atoms separate, the body falls apartHealing, 339:of the brain. Based on fear of insanity and of death - a baseless fear which has never materializedHealing, 347:is a great abstracting energy which we call Death, whose influence at a given time proves moreHealing, 347:or another. It might be said that the seeds of death (the germ of death) are latent in the planetHealing, 347:be said that the seeds of death (the germ of death) are latent in the planet and in the forms.Healing, 348:they produce acute disease and consequent death; when more feeble in effect, we call them illnessHealing, 349:so-called disaster, involved in disease and in death (particularly the latter) is to be found in aHealing, 349:is to be found in a wrong attitude toward death, and to an [350] over-estimation of the beneficenceHealing, 350:life. The release of a soul through disease and death is not necessarily an unhappy occurrence. AHealing, 350:A new and better attitude to the phenomenon of death is essential, is possible and near. Upon thisHealing, 350:a new slant on the subject of sickness and of death. Will you be astonished also if I state thatHealing, 351:[351] life, and through the universal fear of death - that great transition which we must all faceHealing, 351:sees life and experience as it truly is. Death, therefore, is referred to as an episode, and as aHealing, 352:the value of form existence, and the fear of death. Seek to eliminate these attitudes from yourHealing, 352:plane occurrences, temporary or chronic, or with death and destiny. No request for real aid mustHealing, 352:person for the tremendous purpose which we call Death, and thus bring about the relief of pain inHealing, 363:work of the healer with patients at the gate of death, he may experience a sense of futility. Is itHealing, 363:resurrection of the Christ" and His after death [364] appearance, and in the powerful but littleHealing, 364:depths of their ignorance of the "technique of death" when faced with the emergency. They findHealing, 364:unable to see what lies beyond the doors of death, and are swept by the mental uncertainty which isHealing, 365:school of drastic discipline. Let us not fear death, or that which lies beyond it. The wiseHealing, 378:Yet the first demonstration of existence after death, in such a way that it can be registered uponHealing, 384:will most necessarily remove all fear of death and deal with that subject which has for so long aHealing, 388:the rejection of fear (fear of life or fear of death) must be induced, bringing with it theHealing, 389:task of smoothing the way through the gates of death will be greatly simplified. After all, deathHealing, 389:of death will be greatly simplified. After all, death is in itself a work of restitution. ItHealing, 389:of reabsorption. You must all learn to look upon death as an act of restitution; when you can doHealing, 389:we should regard as the restorative aspect of death, and thus give to that hitherto dreaded enemyHealing, 389:indicated lines of thought, the entire theme of death will constantly recur, and that the result ofHealing, 389:work will be the elucidating of the principle of death. The [390] soul, we are told, must return toHealing, 390:these wrong attitudes must come to an end; death will become a normal and understood process - asHealing, 390:seek to understand something about the factor of death to which is given the appellation of "theHealing, 390:and sanely upon the so-called enigma of death. It is an enigma to man, but not an enigma toHealing, 390:to confront their patients with the fact of death; one of the undertakings of disciples in myHealing, 390:of the Master K.H. is to interject the theme of death into their conversation with other seekersHealing, 391:and the cycles of restitution or physical plane death. This entire section with which we are nowHealing, 391:true understanding of the basic principles of death and life is facilitated by right action, basedHealing, 391:of souls, if karma decrees that what we call death lies ahead of the man. Healing, 391:in this second section, the problem of death or the art of dying. This is something which allHealing, 391:of the majority of men to the subject of death, and their refusal to consider it when in goodHealing, 392:The fear and the morbidness which the subject of death usually evokes, and the unwillingness toHealing, 392:Yet the loneliness which eventuates after death, when the man finds himself without a physicalHealing, 392:him those whom he calls his friends. After death this is not so, for the man finds on the otherHealing, 393:experience which they would dread, and not [393] death, for birth establishes the soul in the trueHealing, 393:the soul in the true prison, and physical death is only the first step towards liberation. AnotherHealing, 393:Another fear which induces mankind to regard death as a calamity is one which theological religionHealing, 393:seek only to point out that the present fear of death must give place to an intelligentHealing, 394:general proposition, that the fear and horror of death is founded upon the love of form - our ownHealing, 394:disappear as the common reaction to the fact of death also vanishes. As men learn to liveHealing, 394:of expression, all the old sorrowful ideas anent death will gradually disappear, and a new and moreHealing, 395:a part of the whole. These three processes are Death. It will be obvious to you that when humanity
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