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

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Bethlehem, 7:give us a sequential presentation of the divine message as it went forth from God in response toBethlehem, 8:religion. It is the greatest of the later divine revelations. Much of it, since its inception twoBethlehem, 9:the Gospels has not only an application to that divine Figure Which dwelt for a time among men, butBethlehem, 11:be a revelation which will in no way negate our divine spiritual heritage, but will add the clearBethlehem, 11:the wonder of the past. It will express what is divine but has been hitherto unrevealed. It isBethlehem, 14:and by Their work and sacrifice certain divine potencies poured through and upon mankind. The workBethlehem, 14:into wisdom. Wisdom is a cosmic principle, and a divine potency. This the Buddha embodied. But loveBethlehem, 18:II, 15, 16, Marginal Reading.) This was His divine mission, and this is the lesson of the GospelBethlehem, 18:and scientific attainment, both of them divine expressions of reality. At the same time HeBethlehem, 18:about that at-one-ment of the human and the divine which it is the task of all religions to aid.Bethlehem, 20:not be qualities and characteristics of the divine nature which are as yet totally unrecognized andBethlehem, 22:for the first time demonstrated, and there the divine possibility of such perfection is proven toBethlehem, 24:division and no disharmony. To bring about this divine expression in our daily life takes theBethlehem, 24:with God's Plan and to merge one's will in the divine Will must call into activity not only theBethlehem, 26:the New Testament this unfolding life of living divine love is held before us in three ways, eachBethlehem, 26:indicating an increased experience of the divine life and a deeper unfoldment of the ChristBethlehem, 27:being realized simultaneously by the indwelling divine soul and the mind and brain of the man inBethlehem, 29:- when manifested - is that expression [29] of divine life which we can call the fifth kingdom inBethlehem, 33:the instrumentality of the greatest of the divine Messengers, but the way of that Messenger hadBethlehem, 34:past civilizations upon our planet had had its divine Representative. As we consider the message ofBethlehem, 34:gradually led to experience more and more of the divine Immanence, to perceive more of the divineBethlehem, 34:of the divine Immanence, to perceive more of the divine Transcendence, and to register with anBethlehem, 34:it was not simply the birth of another divine Teacher and Messenger, but the appearing of anBethlehem, 35:the history of this individual search for divine expression and light, and for the ultimateBethlehem, 35:divinity has grown, and their awareness of the divine Life, immanent in nature, has led them to theBethlehem, 37:Now comes the opportunity for that subtle divine Self to manifest through the agency of theBethlehem, 44:through the sacrifice of the human to the divine. The initiate is not simply a good man. The worldBethlehem, 44:we find God. In the cave of the heart the divine life can be felt throbbing. Man discovers himselfBethlehem, 45:The path of service and cooperation with the divine will become the purpose of his life. Bethlehem, 45:the first time in himself the outpouring of the divine Love, and experiences that marvelous changeBethlehem, 46:bewildered and restless, yet conscious of divine potentialities and great dreams, visions andBethlehem, 47:as we study the life of Christ and note how the divine Plan for that life was progressivelyBethlehem, 48:and preparation for participation in the divine Plan was next followed by dedication to that Plan.Bethlehem, 49:unfoldment of consciousness the same emerging divine Plan appears. Though the race in its infancyBethlehem, 58:age. "He who thus perceives My birth and work as divine, as in truth it is... he goes to Me,Bethlehem, 58:have come forth, manifested as much of the divine nature as the racial development warranted,Bethlehem, 61:- the type of all future Madonnas with their divine Babes, showing the origin of the symbol. DevakiBethlehem, 61:the symbol. Devaki is likewise figured with the divine Krishna in her arms, as is Mylitta, orBethlehem, 61:Dioscuri, Mithras and Zarathustra were all of divine and human birth." - Esoteric Christianity, byBethlehem, 67:God stands revealed. That is the story of the divine incarnation. Matter, over-shadowed by the HolyBethlehem, 67:form are dominant and triumphant; when the inner divine life is so deeply hidden that it shows noBethlehem, 68:Joseph, the infant Jesus, and Mary, we have the divine Triplicity symbolized and represented, GodBethlehem, 72:of peace on earth, of universal goodwill, of divine understanding, and of the deep recognition ofBethlehem, 72:everywhere, in everybody and everything. The divine "signature" (as Boehme calls it) willBethlehem, 81:one's way to that stage of experience where the divine program for man becomes clear, and theBethlehem, 82:of the Mother. But the acceptance of this divine idea and the orientation of the life in order toBethlehem, 83:redemption as the former. But the doctrine of Divine Immanence in the human heart never becameBethlehem, 88:these three aspects (or reflections of the divine being) man is brought en rapport with theBethlehem, 90:Other aspects, qualities and purposes of the divine nature had been revealed by earlierBethlehem, 90:Buddha embodied in Himself the principle of divine wisdom and, with clear insight into the world ofBethlehem, 90:of time this outstanding characteristic of the divine nature had to be revealed and in such aBethlehem, 92:there may be aspects and characteristics of the divine Nature of which we cannot as yet have theBethlehem, 92:evolutionary unfoldment before still other divine and spiritual characteristics can be safelyBethlehem, 93:through Christ, the ultimate objectives of the divine Will? The history of the unfoldment of theBethlehem, 94:Father, and that He has called us to a similar divine unity. But is it not possible that HeBethlehem, 94:and their synthesis, plus another factor, the divine intellect, we call the human kingdom. ManBethlehem, 95:continuously emphasized) and of the human to the divine. The result of this realization must surelyBethlehem, 95:and the lower aspects, and therefore produced a divine incarnation. He unified in Himself the bestBethlehem, 96:and portrayed the effectiveness of that divine energy which enabled Him to say in truth, "I, if IBethlehem, 99:as Christ and His baptism symbolized for us the divine in man and the purification which followsBethlehem, 99:purification which follows the activity of that divine spirit in the lower nature. Conscience, withBethlehem, 101:aspirant is summed up: John, symbolizing the divine aspect deeply hidden in man, which prompts aBethlehem, 101:be the seal of his purification; Christ, the divine indwelling Son of God, able now to manifest inBethlehem, 103:of God who are in process of awakening to their divine opportunities: the illumination which comesBethlehem, 104:to be found. In this light, inherent and divine, latent and yet emanating from God, Christ saw theBethlehem, 105:for it emphasizes our divinity, is founded upon divine quality, and emanates from God. It is aBethlehem, 106:peaceful limpid pool, capable of reflecting the divine Nature in its purity. Thus, in the form of aBethlehem, 108:forgetting that He had learned obedience to the divine spirit, the soul in man, and was in controlBethlehem, 109:utilized the knowledge which He had. He used no divine powers to overcome the Evil One. He simplyBethlehem, 112:devil is the symbol of that which is not humanly divine, for there are evil things done by manBethlehem, 112:of that which is not God, that which is not divine. "The key is supplied by mythology. The mythsBethlehem, 113:from then on, he moves towards that which is divine. It might profit all of us if we pondered longBethlehem, 113:suggestions. Thus He was a free soul, which is a divine soul, untrammeled by desire and its tests,Bethlehem, 114:says: "There cannot be freedom... unless the divine will is genuinely one with that of finiteBethlehem, 114:God. Therefore, as a whole man and yet utterly divine, Christ entered into final combat with theBethlehem, 115:the devil. As a human being, [115] in whom the divine spirit was fully expressing itself, He facedBethlehem, 115:as the flower of the human race, because the divine spirit had full control and showed forthBethlehem, 116:the Cross, is the test of our divinity. Are we divine? How must our divine powers expressBethlehem, 116:of our divinity. Are we divine? How must our divine powers express themselves? What can we do, orBethlehem, 119:by a misconception and an emotional use of His divine powers. The sin of the mind, which is pride,Bethlehem, 119:that these stones be made bread." Let us use our divine powers for personal physical ends. Let usBethlehem, 119:whatever it may be, and do it because we are divine. Let us use our divine powers so as [120] toBethlehem, 119:and do it because we are divine. Let us use our divine powers so as [120] to gain for ourselvesBethlehem, 120:souls in the world are most subtle. The use of divine powers for the meeting and satisfaction ofBethlehem, 120:developed sense of divinity, then the forces of divine life will pour through us and produce whatBethlehem, 121:health may be disasters to many. But the use of divine power for selfish ends, and the affirming ofBethlehem, 121:power for selfish ends, and the affirming of the divine nature for purposes of individual healing,Bethlehem, 121:Earth. Secondly, the affirmation that one is divine and therefore entitled to good health may beBethlehem, 121:in others. Christ met this temptation to use His divine powers for selfish ends by the quietBethlehem, 122:and unless its inhabitants have ideas based on divine [123] essentials, the last state will beBethlehem, 123:Christ meets the devil on the ground of His divine nature. If thou art the Son of God, takeBethlehem, 124:his divinity and defeat the lower and the non-divine? In a commentary on The Bhagavad Gita theseBethlehem, 124:same: Is the life of the soul a reality? Am I divine? Christ faced this issue without dismay, andBethlehem, 125:reality. That there have been experiences of a divine and supernatural nature the disciple cannotBethlehem, 125:been moments when there has been "a sense of Divine access as different from other experiences, asBethlehem, 126:is the fact upon which humanity can stand, the divine soul in man. That is the fact upon whichBethlehem, 127:He expressed now the quality of divinity. The divine reality which He sensed and upon which HeBethlehem, 127:two aspects of His nature - the material and the divine - and as God-Man He overcame the evil one.Bethlehem, 130:deserving or not, whose life is centered in the Divine, common to all. In Him there is no remnantBethlehem, 130:personal and become filled with the wine of the divine life, shared by all. We, by continuous
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