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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - DIVINITY
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Bethlehem, 45:he also becomes a teacher and an expression of divinity, and follows in the footsteps of theBethlehem, 49:validity and their progressive revelation of divinity, but to all this will be added the ultimateBethlehem, 50:because he is in process of discovering his own divinity, he will enter into the realm of realBethlehem, 50:and through that experience he must pass. This divinity in man must be brought to the birth, bothBethlehem, 52:regard this Word as peculiarly the indication of divinity, of the spirit of life, the breath ofBethlehem, 54:new birth, he can redeem the flesh in which that divinity is encased, and can then help in theBethlehem, 55:been forgotten in the emphasis laid upon His divinity. That divinity is there, and nothing canBethlehem, 55:in the emphasis laid upon His divinity. That divinity is there, and nothing can touch or hide it;Bethlehem, 55:fallen down in love and adoration before that divinity. But the manhood is emphasized by St. LukeBethlehem, 55:emphasized by St. Mark. We have fought over the divinity of Christ. Had there been no Gospel butBethlehem, 56:Gospel but the Gospel of St. [56] John, only His divinity would have been known to us. Christ asBethlehem, 56:incarnation, God testified to His faith in the divinity which is in man. God had sufficientBethlehem, 56:In reverence I would like to say that man's divinity warranted an expression of divinity. So GodBethlehem, 56:that man's divinity warranted an expression of divinity. So God acted. Dean Inge, when writing uponBethlehem, 56:is spirituality but the expression, in form, of divinity? - that He ventured on a great [57]Bethlehem, 63:the sacred and the holy, and that which conceals divinity. These are astronomical facts. TheBethlehem, 67:triumphant. Then matter, the custodian of hidden divinity, beauty and reality, ready to bring themBethlehem, 69:to existence itself. In the newborn Babe divinity [70] expresses itself. Thus, in that little cave,Bethlehem, 71:will God be glorified. The expression of our divinity will bring to an end the hatred rampant uponBethlehem, 73:is seen in its true light and dedicated to divinity, it can be used as an instrument whereby weBethlehem, 77:If He had not succeeded in demonstrating divinity in the home circle and in the little town whereBethlehem, 77:it, he can make no further progress. Until divinity has been expressed in the home, and among thoseBethlehem, 78:body and physical conditions through which the divinity in us can be expressed. We have thoseBethlehem, 80:to Him, to ourselves, and to the world, that the divinity which is in Him is in us also. We need toBethlehem, 81:seen and with open eyes beheld the vision of divinity, what can we do? In this question our problemBethlehem, 81:approach to God and a fuller expression of divinity; and yet "every individual is at some pointBethlehem, 92:this when He called attention to man's essential divinity, speaking of God as "our Father," as HeBethlehem, 92:the evolutionary revelation of the nature of divinity it appears that Christ climaxed the past andBethlehem, 93:improves, we shall be able to see more of divinity than at present, and be deemed worthy, at aBethlehem, 95:of Christ. Through the power of His realized divinity He produced the man who blended in HimselfBethlehem, 97:is no possibility of our seeing and manifesting divinity without passing through the waters thatBethlehem, 100:for the demonstrated control and consecration to divinity of the desire nature, with its emotionalBethlehem, 102:to which he is called. He becomes aware of his divinity in a new and factual sense, not just as aBethlehem, 105:It is finally ineffable, for it emphasizes our divinity, is founded upon divine quality, andBethlehem, 107:demonstrate His moral greatness as well as His divinity and His perfection as man attainingBethlehem, 107:endeavors to reconcile common sense, Christ's divinity, and the devil. Was it possible that ChristBethlehem, 115:thinkers emphasize His humanity and ignore His divinity. Therein they are surely in error. OthersBethlehem, 115:they are surely in error. Others emphasize His divinity and regard as blasphemous and wrong allBethlehem, 115:the more they become conscious of their divinity and of the Fatherhood of God. At the same time,Bethlehem, 115:the more convinced are they of His perfected divinity and His mission, and the more humbly do theyBethlehem, 115:alike of Angels and of men. This perfected divinity is now to be tested and approved. He has now toBethlehem, 115:the higher nature, or through the clear light of divinity. This, all disciples have everBethlehem, 116:vanquished it upon the Cross, is the test of our divinity. Are we divine? How must our divineBethlehem, 116:unimportant. It is the general lifelong urge to divinity which is on trial. To the man who is but aBethlehem, 116:man who is but a little evolved the problem of divinity as a whole does not present itself. He canBethlehem, 116:problem must be considered from the angle of divinity itself. Such was the issue with Christ, andBethlehem, 117:is the Word of the soul (which is the influx of divinity) that determines our attitude inBethlehem, 120:soul is of more importance. The emphasis upon a divinity which must express itself entirely throughBethlehem, 120:in a monetary manner, most definitely limits divinity to an attribute of itself. When we live asBethlehem, 120:but because we have the developed sense of divinity, then the forces of divine life will pourBethlehem, 121:to good health may be ultimately true when divinity is really expressed, but it is not expressed byBethlehem, 121:for selfish ends by the quiet reiteration of His divinity - a divinity which was based on theBethlehem, 121:by the quiet reiteration of His divinity - a divinity which was based on the universality of theBethlehem, 123:answer, where He takes His stand upon His divinity. This He did not do in the earlier temptation.Bethlehem, 124:and so triumph as the soul? Shall he assert his divinity and defeat the lower and the non-divine?Bethlehem, 124:mayest not tempt me." He took His stand upon His divinity and vanquished the doubt. It isBethlehem, 125:the disciple. Perhaps, after all, that sense of divinity which has hitherto upheld the disciple isBethlehem, 125:the sense of Beauty - as hunger or thirst," (The Divinity in Man, by J. W. Graham, p. 88.) forBethlehem, 125:there is no definite persistence, no essential divinity, and nothing real - only a momentary flashBethlehem, 125:flash of an awareness. Let us put this sense of divinity to the test and see if, with the change ofBethlehem, 125:that (having affirmed His belief in His Own Divinity) He simply ignored the temptation. His methodBethlehem, 126:of consciousness to another, and our concept of divinity constantly gains in richness and reality.Bethlehem, 127:had fought through to a full recognition of His divinity. Therefore He had conquered the extremesBethlehem, 127:lowest aspects. He expressed now the quality of divinity. The divine reality which He sensed andBethlehem, 131:experience tried, tested, and with His divinity completely vindicated. He knew Himself to be God;Bethlehem, 136:- these are the three major aspects of divinity, and we know no others; but that does not mean thatBethlehem, 136:the Resurrection initiation the life aspect of divinity makes its presence felt. [137] In HisBethlehem, 137:has done its work, each revealing more and more divinity in the Man, Christ Jesus. The experienceBethlehem, 138:no hindrance to the full expression of divinity. Such is not the case with the average man. WithBethlehem, 138:is not the case with the average man. With him divinity may be present, but it is deeply hidden.Bethlehem, 139:his triumph and the expression of his essential divinity. The higher self exists, and finally andBethlehem, 140:are steadily approximating an understanding of divinity. Behind the manifestation of Jesus ChristBethlehem, 140:synthesis of the higher and the lower aspects of divinity, is the glorious heritage of mankindBethlehem, 140:not the same. They vary in their presentation of divinity. Some are really subhuman as yet. OthersBethlehem, 142:henceforth as the One Who represented to them Divinity. Christ, therefore, at the Transfiguration,Bethlehem, 143:the life of the whole as fused and blended in divinity, Charles Johnston points out that: "TheBethlehem, 146:of active material processes, must express divinity, and the revelation of this is God's gift to usBethlehem, 148:physical body is related to the third aspect of divinity, the Holy Ghost aspect, and the truth ofBethlehem, 148:the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost is that aspect of divinity which is the active principle in matter,Bethlehem, 149:Great indeed was the power and mystery of divinity which Christ revealed to the astonished gaze ofBethlehem, 152:testifies. This awareness of the fact of divinity is established in our consciousness first of allBethlehem, 152:of reality are constantly made aware of the divinity in man, through his unselfish acts, hisBethlehem, 155:and His threefold personality and His essential divinity are portrayed for us in such a way thatBethlehem, 155:Master, taking their stand upon the fact of this divinity, as have the mystics of all time. TheyBethlehem, 156:those who could be depended upon to recognize divinity when it appeared, and whose intuitiveBethlehem, 158:Only when we have achieved expression of divinity in and through the lower personal nature shall weBethlehem, 159:presentation all the possible experiences of divinity made manifest, and portrayed them for ourBethlehem, 159:is rapidly bearing fruit and bringing results. Divinity cannot be gainsaid, and man is divine. IfBethlehem, 159:constantly did, the fact of our sonship. The divinity of man cannot be explained away. It is eitherBethlehem, 161:nature of perfection and how, in human form, divinity might be manifested. He came to leave us anBethlehem, 162:the man forward into a new manifestation of divinity? The "blood is the life," (Gen., IX, 4.) andBethlehem, 162:which makes the steadily unfolding expression of divinity possible in the natural world. It is deepBethlehem, 164:disciple is the understanding and the use of his divinity. The knowledge of God immanent, yet basedBethlehem, 167:beauty of His presentation of truth, He couched divinity in forms which the average man couldBethlehem, 167:All great ideas come forth from the world of divinity through the medium of the great Intuitives,Bethlehem, 170:of Jesus Christ, a spontaneous outcome of [170] divinity. One of the strongest arguments for theBethlehem, 170:natural mediocrity and reveal progressively the divinity in each of us. Each can stand as a beaconBethlehem, 181:existed from all eternity. This cosmic Christ is divinity, or spirit, crucified in space. HeBethlehem, 189:achieved, through the realization of their divinity. It is of interest to note how the two greatBethlehem, 190:the subject of sin that we have forgotten our divinity; and we have been so intensely individual in
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