|Astrology, 323:begins its active conscious participation in the drama of life. Thus the direct and the indirectBethlehem, 7:holds for the individual and for the race. The drama of His life and its practical application toBethlehem, 12:more intensive meaning can be found, and if the drama of the Gospels can become in some peculiarBethlehem, 12:the Gospels can become in some peculiar way the drama of those souls who are ready, then we shallBethlehem, 35:way of evolution, is ready to re-enact the same drama in his own experience. To him there comes theBethlehem, 192:to humanity as a whole, and enacted the whole drama of the God-Man before the race. This was HisBethlehem, 235:He rose again, and in the enacting of the drama of resurrection He revealed to us that greatBethlehem, 260:possession of the Initiates. He enacted the drama of initiation before the world, so that itsDiscipleship1, 284:of some kind, preserving the spirit of psychic drama which informs all such events. Forget not theDiscipleship1, 483:my own life or in the life of others? Seek for drama under the dull exterior of a person, in theDiscipleship1, 483:functioning around you. See it everywhere - the drama of life as lived by yourself, your environingDiscipleship1, 483:cultivate the sense of the immanent beauty of drama, and note the recognition of it in your diary;Discipleship1, 611:of wrong doing) and, feeding your sense of drama, enables you to say: "Now I know," when you doDiscipleship1, 658:There is almost a chance that your sense of drama and of self-pity will cause you to lose theExternalisation, 127:again playing their various parts in the great drama. It is no service to you and to your mentalExternalisation, 607:the world stage, and take His part in the great drama which is there being played. This time, HeFire, 804:of his own destiny, the producer of his own drama, the architect of his own home, and the initiatorGlamour, 60:Misappropriation of an idea is based upon the drama-making faculty and tendency of the personalityGlamour, 177:and there ensues a re-enactment of the ancient drama of the blind leading the blind, to whichGlamour, 203:this led to the establishment of the drama as its first artistic expression; by means of this, downGlamour, 227:value to the little evolved in whom the sense of drama has to be developed and who need externalHealing, 367:Release comes through acceptance of the drama of the whole and not of the part, and through steadyHealing, 411:have built. He is the controller of the death drama in all kingdoms - a destruction of forms whichHealing, 518:of the personality is the first activity in the drama of conscious creation, and the first formHercules, 10:we have eternally pictured for us this great drama, which the story of Hercules elucidates inHercules, 12:Mind, and to a central Energy. In the unfolding drama of the heavens, in the conclusions of theHercules, 105: of forces and as symbols of an unfolding drama vaster than even they could understand, theHercules, 210:the starry heavens above us, we have this great drama, eternally pictured for us.  Hercules, 225:Journey through the Signs (As a back-drop to the drama enacted in each Sign this brief summaryInitiation, 60:the evolution of music, and that of painting and drama, receive from him an energizing impulse. AtIntellect, 102:of reading and the spoken word, through the drama, through pictures and through music. Most of itMagic, 377:unfoldment,  and re-enacts the racial drama; and to comprehend this certain facts about thatMagic, 377:and to comprehend this certain facts about that drama and the work of the Hierarchy should beMagic, 394:is the motto of this stage.  The sense of drama and the capacity to visualize oneself as theMagic, 605:signs of the times. They investigate the great drama of history in order to discover its main trendPsychology1, 64:the first ray is the controller of the death drama in all kingdoms - a destruction of forms whichPsychology1, 156:matter. But the wonder and the immensity of the drama unfolding in the universe is a proof of itsPsychology1, 266:constantly enact and re-enact, repeating the drama of birth, death and resurrection. In this rayPsychology1, 286:and the Fatherhood of Deity was revealed. The drama of creation and the story of revelation arePsychology1, 288:in Nature Again, in man himself the great drama of sex is enacted, and twice over in his body,Psychology1, 290:In that living organism is enacted that drama whereby the purely human being merges himself inPsychology1, 290:merges himself in divinity. The great final drama of the mystical union between God and man, andPsychology1, 291:with increasing power. This is again the great drama of sex, re-enacted in man. Thus in hisPsychology1, 313:is the task of the immediate future. The true drama of this triple relationship (of which physicalPsychology1, 395:which unit holds the center of the stage in the drama of life, and around which central factor thePsychology1, 398:original three disciples who revolted from the drama of detachment. The Jew embodies in himself thePsychology2, 19:three worlds of its experience. The actor in the drama of life masters his part. Through thePsychology2, 24:of the senses, and the recurring  drama of outer phenomenal existence; but throughout all thesePsychology2, 93:before the watching world, that great symbolic drama which we call Psychology2, 94:through a human form. Whether they enact this drama, as did the Christ, so as to present to man thePsychology2, 94:death and sacrifice, or whether they enact this drama, as did the Buddha, so as to demonstrate toPsychology2, 95:the second or  Christ ray. They enact the drama of salvation. But this is an error, due to thePsychology2, 146:ourselves as the central figure in our life drama, then and then only can we measure up to our realPsychology2, 600:of Disciples and Mystics 2. Delusion. The drama life of the mystic and the constant cultivation ofRays, 78:set for the emergence of new Actors in the great drama of the unfolding revelation of Deity.Reappearance, 55:on the world stage; take His part in the great drama which is there being played. This time, HeReappearance, 104:through  the form of a pictorial and world drama (symbolic in nature) the concept of a greatSoul, 33:of facts, or a mere passive stage upon which the drama is played. It has been defined as "all thatSoul, 157:of recognized creative work, literature, the drama, music and the arts in general.