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

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Psychology1, 157:nature of living energy (which is our inadequate definition of the word "life") settles orPsychology1, 193:in the World of Appearances We now take up the definition of the word "quality," which embodies thePsychology1, 316:the form aspect which it creates. This is a true definition of a ray. Psychology1, 347:plastic sensitive reflector of the inner man, definition and analysis become easier. Types emergePsychology2, 9:The above preamble lays the ground for the definition of the three stages of egoic growth. What,Psychology2, 20:of these words may appear totally different. Definition is simply the expression of the immediatePsychology2, 20:immediate understanding of a human mind. But a definition may later be seen to be imperfect andPsychology2, 20:as is the case with a so-called fact). Hence all definition, and eventually all facts, will bePsychology2, 61:removed from our present point of view that any definition of them would be meaningless. What wePsychology2, 124:Life How do we define the word "Service"? The definition of this word is not easy. There has beenPsychology2, 162:Decentralization. One page given to each definition should suffice, if it embodies truly one'sPsychology2, 195:soul has imparted to the mind. We have here a definition of the meditation process as it should bePsychology2, 264:being. This is the poorest and most loosely used definition; it applies to common usage, andPsychology2, 264:and regards each human being as a person. This definition is consequently not true. Many people arePsychology2, 267:and also exceedingly brief. Intricacy of definition does not necessarily ensure correctness, andPsychology2, 268:1. The Appropriation of the Bodies The final definition which is given here, leads up to ourPsychology2, 334:ray and the egoic ray permit of analysis and definition. Until there is sufficient pronouncedPsychology2, 439:conscious and superconscious - need definition, for the purpose of this treatise; they [440] areRays, 51:of a revealed Son of God." This is the esoteric definition which I offer you. This stage can beRays, 72:which should be noted is that we have here the definition of an initiate. He is one who, in hisRays, 90:disciples, gives His work the following definition: Let the disciple tend the evocation of theRays, 145:of right and wrong are appearing with cleared definition, and humanity as a whole sees the greatRays, 170:instituted and plans worked out. This general definition is the easiest for men [171] to formulateRays, 242:of God, and only indicate the limitations of his definition of divine purpose. As you will note,Rays, 266:In this attempt to paraphrase an ancient definition of the Law of Synthesis, I have said all that IRays, 273:are to the planetary Logos (to give you another definition) what the Spiritual Triad is to theRays, 298:these fundamentals. You will note how this last definition of the goal removes inevitably theRays, 336:broad and general angle and from the angle of definition; it is not my intention, therefore, toRays, 351:gives you a somewhat new and rather abstruse definition of initiation. Nevertheless, as scienceRays, 369:This statement is made without any further definition by me because the whole subject is tooRays, 396:which I wrote for the world, I gave a simple definition of the exoteric significance of these PathsRays, 520:of the Christ, Pages 157-158) I said that "The definition of religion, which will in the futureRays, 534:process in contradistinction to the theosophical definition which regards it as a culminatingRays, 557:able to achieve. Initiation is (in its simplest definition) an understanding of the Way, forRays, 557:into the mind of the creating Logos. This last definition is perhaps one of the most important IRays, 664:If students would keep this symbology and this definition carefully in mind, they would arrive at aReappearance, 71:and often ruthlessly worked out. This general definition is the easiest for men to formulate,Reappearance, 112:simplicity and the appropriateness of the true definition. The power of the hierarchical spiritualReappearance, 117:for New Men, page 123, gives a satisfying definition of this mysterious cosmic and human process.Reappearance, 157:the new world religion will be built. The definition of religion which will in the future prove ofSoul, 32:law, of the psyche or soul. A recent and clear definition is given by Dr. Leary: "The science ofSoul, 72:of discussion, of argument, and of attempted definition. It has been, and still is, the paramountSoul, 73:that there is a very remarkable uniformity in definition and exegesis. Webster defines the soul inSoul, 79:Search of the Soul, Vol. I, p. 169. Berkeley's definition of the soul is interesting, for heSoul, 101:by the heart; and even setting aside the actual definition of the heart as Brahman, it is yet theSoul, 147:any such traits, spiritual or what not, which by definition or assumption are not based onSoul, 154:critical attitude? One may be helped to such a definition by asking oneself what element has tendedSoul, 156:separated. Article: Humanism: An Essay on Definition by Irving Babbitt, pp. 39-41. From HumanismTelepathy, 33:right understanding, right designation and right definition of the new science of telepathy. MentalTelepathy, 59:ends. In these words, you have a very simple definition of the process to which we give,Telepathy, 61:can play." This might also serve as a definition of the art of invocation and evocation. As the manTelepathy, 169:into full expression. The above statement or definition is one of major importance. This point at
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