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

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Healing, 395:humanity attains this outlook upon the fact of death or the art of dying, the entire attitude ofHealing, 396:the one who has experienced the release of death and the one who is still in form. This should beHealing, 396:will, however, completely destroy the fear of death. In the case of disciples working in a Master'sHealing, 397:Requirements for Healing Present Attitudes to Death I undertook to take up with you the processesHealing, 397:to consider a little more fully the factor of death - the most familiar experience (could theHealing, 397:largely used by the initiate when speaking of death. The outstanding attitude associated with deathHealing, 397:death. The outstanding attitude associated with death is one of fear. This fear is based upon the -Healing, 397:it very simply, the question which the theme of death arouses is: Where is the "I," the occupyingHealing, 399:premise that we proceed. Today the phenomenon of death is becoming increasingly familiar. The worldHealing, 399:in spite of the ancient and deep seated fear of death, there is emerging in the consciousness ofHealing, 399:that there are many worse things than death; men have come to know that starvation, mutilation,Healing, 399:which cannot be relieved, are indeed worse than death; also, many know and believe (for such is theHealing, 399:is of greater significance than the process of death. This attitude, characteristic of theHealing, 400:Basic Requirements for Healing The problem of death, needless to say, is founded upon the love ofHealing, 400:exists and persists, but also teaches that after death and the subsequent disintegration of theHealing, 401:of the "I" or the immortal entity after death, it is non-existent. This theory is not held by soHealing, 403:they give out as truths anent the processes of death and the circumstances of man after death.Healing, 403:of death and the circumstances of man after death. These details are largely dependent upon theHealing, 404:of those who have passed through the door of death and who still continue to think in terms ofHealing, 406:are, speaking in the larger sense, three major death episodes. There is, first of all, the constantHealing, 406:the constant recurrence of the fact of physical death. This is familiar to all of us through itsHealing, 406:would rapidly eliminate the present fear of death. There is then the "second death" spoken of inHealing, 406:present fear of death. There is then the "second death" spoken of in the Bible, which is in thisHealing, 406:this present planetary cycle associated with the death of all astral control over the human being.Healing, 406:human being. In the larger sense, this second death is consummated at the fourth initiation, whenHealing, 406:this experience upon a much lower level in the death of all astral emotion which takes place forHealing, 406:to astralism and emotionalism. The second death, to which I am here referring, has to do with theHealing, 406:to which I am here referring, has to do with the death or the disappearance of the causal body atHealing, 406:between the Monad and the personality. The third death takes place when the initiate leaves behindHealing, 406:relation with the cosmic physical plane. This death, necessarily, lies far ahead for all in theHealing, 407:of what the Masters call "the extension of death in space." Nevertheless, in the following pages weHealing, 407:we shall confine ourselves to the theme of the death of the physical body and of the subtler bodiesHealing, 407:that period of the life of the human soul after death and in the two other worlds of humanHealing, 408:into form. The field of experience (in which is death, as the average person knows it) is the threeHealing, 408:in the last analysis twofold, from the angle of death, and hence the phrase "the second death."Healing, 408:angle of death, and hence the phrase "the second death." This I have earlier applied to the deathHealing, 408:death." This I have earlier applied to the death or destruction of the causal body, in which theHealing, 408:and may be referred to the second phase of the death process in the three worlds. It then concernsHealing, 408:We have consequently, when considering the death of a human being, to employ the word death inHealing, 408:the death of a human being, to employ the word death in relation to two phases in which itHealing, 408:two phases in which it functions: Phase One: The death of the physical-etheric body. This phaseHealing, 409:vitality and a life all its own. After the first death (the death of the physical body) it stillHealing, 409:a life all its own. After the first death (the death of the physical body) it still remains equallyHealing, 409:developed or undeveloped), and the second death becomes possible and takes place. This phase coversHealing, 410:I have already given anent the subject of Death in my other writings might well be appended here. IHealing, 410:I have a definite purpose in suggesting this. Death is all around you at this time; the demand ofHealing, 410:bringing forth the light upon the processes of death which humanity is today demanding. Healing, 410:IV - The Basic Requirements for Healing On Death Excerpts from other Writings A Treatise on theHealing, 410:Seven Rays, Vol. I: "Why this blind power? Why Death? Why this decay [411] of forms? Why theHealing, 411:Why the negation of the power to hold? Why death, 0 Mighty Son of God?" Faintly the answer comes:Healing, 411:the answer comes: "I hold the keys of life and death. I bind and loose again. I the Destroyer am."Healing, 411:They have built. He is the controller of the death drama in all kingdoms - a destruction of formsHealing, 411:"entrance into light through the gateway of death." - Page 64. a. "Withhold thy hand until the timeHealing, 411:until the time has come. Then give the gift of death, 0 Opener of the Door." - Page 65. b.Healing, 411:something survives the process of death, and that something persists after the disintegration ofHealing, 412:next two hundred years will see the abolition of death, as we now understand that great transition,Healing, 413:and objective worlds together into a new world. Death will lose its terrors and that particularHealing, 413:on Cosmic Fire: The Law of Sacrifice and Death is the controlling factor on the physical plane. TheHealing, 413:Law of Disintegration is an aspect of the Law of Death. This is the law that governs theHealing, 414:of those forms. - Page 580. [414] b. The Law of Death controls in the three worlds. - Page 596. c.Healing, 414:Page 596. c. The Law of Sacrifice is the Law of Death in the subtle bodies, whilst what we callHealing, 414:Death in the subtle bodies, whilst what we call death is the analogous thing in the physical body.Healing, 414:in the physical body. - Page 595. d. The Law of Death and Sacrifice governs the gradualHealing, 414:and physically dies. - Page 509. The process of Death is occultly as follows: a. The first stage isHealing, 414:When etheric vision is developed, the thought of death will assume very different proportions. WhenHealing, 415:on the lower plane as the Law of Sacrifice and Death - but its effect can be seen on all fiveHealing, 416:body from the dense physical body at the time of death. (See Ecc: XII.6.) - Page 98. b. LaterHealing, 416:the fact that life persists after the death of the physical body will be followed and the ethericHealing, 416:Page 429. A Treatise on the Seven Rays, Vol. I: Death is "initiation, or the entering into a stateHealing, 416:Chapter IV - The Basic Requirements for Healing Death and the Etheric Body A Treatise on CosmicHealing, 417:rather, what causes that something which we call death or pralaya? As we are strictly pursuing theHealing, 417:be the result of all evolutionary process. True death, under the law, is [418] brought about by theHealing, 422:Though no pictures have been drawn of death bed scenes nor of the dramatic escape of theHealing, 422:and the most impermanent of all such events. Death itself is a part of the great illusion and onlyHealing, 423:to work), have been honored and trusted. Death comes to all, but for disciples there should be noneHealing, 424:V The Process of Restitution The theme of death, which we are now considering, must be approachedHealing, 424:so much. This interplay of the principle of death with the principle of life produces the basicHealing, 425:through which He manifests. The human fear of death is primarily caused because the orientation ofHealing, 425:we call the Christian, it might be stated that death reigned triumphant. Today, however, we are onHealing, 425:will perforce bring in a new attitude towards death; it will be regarded as a natural and desirableHealing, 425:to the great act of restitution which we call death. Ponder that story and see the symbolism of theHealing, 426:thoughts will serve to clarify the issue of death with which we are now concerned: First: the greatHealing, 427:restitution (by the activity of the principle of death), of matter to matter, and soul to soul, areHealing, 427:Can you picture the time when the process of death, clearly recognized and welcomed by the man,Healing, 427:the change in the human consciousness when death comes to be regarded as an act of simple andHealing, 428:of Restitution I dealt with the subject of death in A Treatise on White Magic, focusing thereinHealing, 429:It is for this reason that (at the time of death) the soul leaves the body, via the solar plexusHealing, 430:the following triangle active at the time of death: The soul The head center The ajna center. InHealing, 431:It is that desire governs the process of death, as it also governs the processes of lifeHealing, 431:that when the will-to-live is lacking, death is the inevitable result. This will-to-live, whetherHealing, 431:note that I am here dealing with the theme of death as it makes its presence felt through diseaseHealing, 431:or through old age. I am not referring to death as it comes through war or accident, through murderHealing, 431:murder or through suicide. These causes of death, and other causes, come under a totally differentHealing, 431:soul as it works out its individual destiny. Death, through the destructive processes of war, isHealing, 432:form; the destruction of forms is, to Them, not death in the sense that we understand it, butHealing, 432:which has so consistently nurtured the fear of death. The cycle in which we now live has seen theHealing, 432:a more serene attitude in connection with death. This is not yet apparent but - in a few years'Healing, 432:attitude will begin to be marked and the fear of death will begin to die out in the world. ThisHealing, 432:friction; cruelty, producing pain and death. The roots of death are therefore deep seated; it isHealing, 432:cruelty, producing pain and death. The roots of death are therefore deep seated; it is the
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