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

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Psychology1, 427:in the Old Commentary as "the two eyes of Deity, both blind at first, but which later see, thoughPsychology2, 5:to tune in consciously on the emerging Plan of Deity, and the whole story of the creative processPsychology2, 8:of evolution, being part of the determination of Deity to express divinity through form, isPsychology2, 19:the work of service). Naught is then known save Deity, - no separation of any part, no lesserPsychology2, 22:changes, [22] and it is the quality nature of Deity (as expressed in the soul) which obliteratesPsychology2, 39:the forms of life which must express the Plan of Deity! For this Blessed One release is found inPsychology2, 42:materialism and temporarily the negation of Deity, Intensification of the power to isolate, ThePsychology2, 42:the Angel of the Presence; Sensitivity to Deity, to light and to wisdom; Spiritual and mentalPsychology2, 56:forth from the mind of either the macrocosmic Deity or the microcosmic thinker, but that thePsychology2, 65:cross of matter, spoken of in connection with Deity. Consciousness and life form a cross. ThePsychology2, 88:divine sacrifice, the immolation of the cosmic Deity, through the process of universal creation,Psychology2, 89:applied. Those who thus sacrifice are: The solar Deity who gave His life to the universe, to thePsychology2, 89:worlds consequently appeared. The cosmic Deity has likewise done the same. But what does this meanPsychology2, 90:can [90] give no reason for the choice made by Deity thus to act. We do not know His ultimatePsychology2, 92:the evolution of the indwelling consciousness of Deity. This consciousness, having worked its wayPsychology2, 93:of God, a solar angel, for, from the angle of Deity, descent into matter, manifestation throughPsychology2, 94:awareness is potentially that of the planetary Deity, Whose greater awareness (in His turn) isPsychology2, 94:(in His turn) is potentially that of the solar Deity. The moment a man identifies himself with hisPsychology2, 97:side. It is the predominant characteristic of Deity. It is of interest, however, for students ofPsychology2, 98:rebellion is inherent and [98] innate in the Deity of our planet Himself, the "One in Whom we livePsychology2, 101:pattern. Ritual or organization, manifesting Deity. Therefore, psychologically speaking, and whenPsychology2, 110:is of major importance because of the fact that Deity itself is on the second ray; because this isPsychology2, 153:soul, plus what we might call the great law of Deity Itself, the law of God's synthetic purpose.Psychology2, 192:be communicators between the third aspect of Deity as it expresses itself through the creativePsychology2, 211:were egos who were expressing the will aspect of deity, and that the remaining 20% were along thePsychology2, 212:new aspects and rare and new qualities of Deity, though it will not be opened for ordinaryPsychology2, 215:great expression - a group expression - of Deity may emerge through man into manifestation? TwoPsychology2, 219:Expansion is a vital power and prerogative of Deity. Therefore let us struggle to grasp what isPsychology2, 221:part of a still larger plan - that of the solar Deity. God, the solar Logos, is likewisePsychology2, 227:evidence the instinctual, emotional nature of Deity, if such human words can in any way express thePsychology2, 228:part, we shall arrive at a new comprehension of Deity and of the relation of the microcosm to thePsychology2, 228:for they embody the key ideas which will reveal Deity in operation as the Soul of all things; TheyPsychology2, 229:it limits (and it does so limit) the purposes of Deity. God Himself hews to a pattern, set for HimPsychology2, 229:study of the seven psychological tendencies of Deity. We have spoken here of God in terms ofPsychology2, 230:he emphasizes the non-individualized nature of Deity and refuses to personalize Divinity. ThePsychology2, 231:Buddha, we have the concept of the transcendent Deity, divorced from the triplicities, thePsychology2, 232:the desired at-one-ment. But the synthesis of Deity, His tendency to blend and fuse, is far morePsychology2, 234:arrest his at-one-ment (in consciousness) with Deity. It is this instinct which is the basis of hisPsychology2, 234:for Inducing Soul Control Being an attribute of Deity, and being a divine instinct and, therefore,Psychology2, 235:emergence of the instinctual psychical nature of Deity in world affairs and in his own life, for itPsychology2, 235:(concerning as it does the psychical nature of Deity) has nothing to do with the physicalPsychology2, 240:continuance is based upon the clearer vision of Deity and upon the consequent continuity of God'sPsychology2, 242:the present world adjustments! This instinct of Deity is closely connected with the Law of EconomyPsychology2, 245:This will is served by the Universal Mind of Deity, but it is the expression of a still higherPsychology2, 245:of a still higher consciousness in which that Deity shares. This concept is necessarily beyond ourPsychology2, 245:which (in time and space) condition and limit Deity, for such is His divine Will. Looking at thePsychology2, 253:Now, in the future, the consciousness aspect of Deity will continue to perfect the forms in thePsychology2, 286:and are a synthesis of the intelligent force of deity. They embody as much of the mind of God as aPsychology2, 292:integration with the first ray aspect of deity. That coherent force which makes a man a magneticPsychology2, 298:definitely and directly to the mind aspect of Deity, whilst his first ray egoic force enables himPsychology2, 333:is the work carried forward and the plan of Deity worked out. Laying the ground, as we are nowPsychology2, 355:abstraction. It is these last two qualities of Deity with which we are concerned in these formulasPsychology2, 367:It is a revelation of the purposes of Deity - past, present and future purposes - as grasped byPsychology2, 388:is one of the great building attributes [388] of deity. It is brought about by the evocation of thePsychology2, 394:of the organized organism through which Deity is working out His Plans and Purposes. Just as thePsychology2, 397:can truly thus meditate. The attributes of Deity might be divided into three main groups:Psychology2, 401:Ego and the Monad can be fused and blended until Deity, the essential divine Life, is revealed andPsychology2, 623:and personality and [623] the major aspects of Deity, spirit and matter, as well as the manyRays, 59:grasp the truth that they are not descriptive of Deity but are the names of Lives of a potency andRays, 78:the great drama of the unfolding revelation of Deity. Certain great concepts are firmly grasped byRays, 79:and identification with the will or purpose of Deity. The number 6 is the number of form or ofRays, 79:understanding, but the first from the angle of Deity Itself. Again, 6 being the number of the sixthRays, 84:mind in connection with the destroyer aspect of Deity and with those responsible for itsRays, 89:relationships. Every cyclic Representative of Deity furthers the approach of the Hierarchy toRays, 96:the Love of God, to the consciousness aspect of Deity, to the Hierarchy as a whole, entering itRays, 102:concerns the central "I" or the integrity of Deity. You will note that in this Rule, the emphasisRays, 120:the divine will and the outstanding quality of Deity. It was inevitable that intelligence and loveRays, 179:divine energy which implements the purposes of Deity upon the physical plane. They work only onRays, 180:of the spirit aspect, the omnipotent aspect of Deity. All these three aspects focus themselves andRays, 184:which will finally reveal the nature of Deity and the glory of the Lord. It is the planetaryRays, 225:Monad, where identification with the purpose of deity has transcended illumination of the mind, andRays, 229:a hitherto unknown aspect of the life energy of deity. This is of course difficult for you toRays, 241:a complete expression of the love nature of Deity. c. The (as yet) unrecognized purpose whichRays, 265:does the working out of the inscrutable will of Deity. The work now being, done on the three stagesRays, 270:otherwise prove destructive. The purpose of Deity is necessarily embodied in a mental proposition;Rays, 406:and the will of all developing aspects of Deity function. Forget not that 'relating our planet toRays, 416:principle of freedom is one of the attributes of Deity (like will, love and mind) of which humanityRays, 461:in itself when fully developed the purpose of Deity, and thus becomes responsible for the emergenceRays, 474:the fiery will and the predetermined purpose of Deity. This will bring about the reconstruction ofRays, 507:all the seven rays in the building processes of Deity and their planned interaction, on a tinyRays, 526:which had been reached. These Representatives of Deity have been of all grades, degrees andRays, 620:of divine love from the highest manifestation of Deity down to its appearance through the medium ofRays, 710:of a culminating triumph of that innate sense of Deity which has driven man forward from the mostRays, 733:embody the will and the quality of the will of Deity, called by us the Will-to-Good. They are theRays, 756:eventuated in a somewhat narrow conception of Deity; these Commandments are didactic and [757]Rays, 757:the Christ consciousness to the consciousness of Deity itself. He linked the concept of the MonadReappearance, 12:the nature of God Himself, the love Principle of Deity. Light, aspiration, and the recognition ofReappearance, 12:and of God within humanity. The Selfhood of Deity and the Self in the heart of individual manReappearance, 144:first of all, conditioned men's concept of Deity, for the action of this transcendent God appearedReappearance, 147:of man for God and of God for man. Never has Deity left Itself at any time without witness. NeverReappearance, 149:and exploited the extra-territoriality of Deity [150] and have posited the presence of a God Who isSoul, 144:Is the halo around the heads of saints and deity in all the ancient pictures of both hemispheres anTelepathy, 131:and, therefore, each human being is related to Deity through essential similarity. Telepathy, 154:Just as it can be said of the soul or of the Deity, so it can be said of the energetic or vital
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