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

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Problems, 152:so close to the hearts of men everywhere. The dream of brotherhood, of fellowship, of worldPsychology1, 15:true awareness of that essential Unity remains a dream and an imagining. Whenever this reality isPsychology1, 92:which can be accounted for in terms of dream life, of brain lesions or of escape reactions, butPsychology1, 92:to lose himself and his dreadful present in a dream world of a possible and ardently desired futurePsychology1, 176:on earth, good will to men" of which we all dream. Psychology1, 301:this has always been regarded as a beautiful dream to be consummated in a future so distant, and inPsychology2, 135:aspiration; I look above, I help below; I dream not, nor I rest; I toil; I serve; I reap; I pray; IPsychology2, 169:and toiled. He struggled onwards toward his dream, the vision of an ultimate discovery. HePsychology2, 170:bible or his picture of his God, an appetite, a dream, but only one! Sometimes he gathered in hisPsychology2, 171:my desire. I sought to weave these colors into a dream of' beauty, and to harmonize the manyPsychology2, 237:nature of the vision which is God's own vision, dream and thought, have held His purpose steadyPsychology2, 372:of the goal. It is the vision which I see, the dream I dream, the truth I hold, the active formPsychology2, 372:goal. It is the vision which I see, the dream I dream, the truth I hold, the active form whichPsychology2, 372:My truth, my peace, my satisfied desire, my dream, my vision of reality, my limited ideal, myPsychology2, 372:they interpret it; they love the vision and the dream, forgetting that the truth is limited by mindPsychology2, 388:with the faculty to visualize, to wish, to dream into being) is definitely and scientificallyPsychology2, 422:many ways of escape which push a man into the dream world, into the land of illusion, into a statePsychology2, 474:life activity of the astral plane itself, the dream world of the planet - all this tends toPsychology2, 493:of various kinds. A true understanding of the dream-life of humanity would establish three facts:Psychology2, 493:of the esotericists. The origin of the word "dream" is in itself debatable and nothing really surePsychology2, 496:of Psychology The major cause of a distressing dream life is, in every case, a frustration or anPsychology2, 496:you will frequently have a vivid, unwholesome dream life, physical liabilities of many kinds and aPsychology2, 497:of his consciousness forgotten episodes and his dream life. Two important facts are sometimesPsychology2, 497:patient as he descends into the depths of his dream life, will bring to the surface not only thosePsychology2, 498:could be more safely applied if the subjective dream life and the hidden difficulties were leftPsychology2, 499:of the information, when faced with a dream problem. These sources are about ten in number andPsychology2, 500:whatever need be attached to this type of dream. They indicate physical nervousness and poorPsychology2, 500:soundly enough. The effort to make people dream and to train them to recover their dream life whenPsychology2, 500:people dream and to train them to recover their dream life when they are naturally sound sleepers,Psychology2, 500:sleep is not good. The evocation of the dream life, as brought about through the methods of certainPsychology2, 500:is persistence in the endeavor to evoke the dream life, the brain cells get no rest and forms ofPsychology2, 501:of that satisfaction in the form of a dream. These dreams, related to astral satisfactions, are allPsychology2, 502:induce a person to relate, quite innocently, a dream which is, in reality, no more than thePsychology2, 503:patient. He has to determine whether the related dream is an illusory participation, a perceived orPsychology2, 504:is confronted, as he attempts to interpret the dream life of his patient, is based not only on hisPsychology2, 504:with the inability of the patient to relate his dream correctly. What is presented to thePsychology2, 506:of these two in the life of meditation and the dream life of the world aspirants. Those dreamsPsychology2, 506:mental experiences which find their way into the dream life of the man on the physical plane. ThesePsychology2, 507:of Personality - Some Problems of Psychology 5. Dream which are Records of Work done. This activityPsychology2, 509:are Dramatizations by the Soul. This type of dream is a symbolic performance by the soul for thePsychology2, 509:concerned with Group Work. In this type of dream, the soul trains or fits its vehicle, the lowerPsychology2, 509:the lower man, for group activity. This type of dream is also the higher correspondence of thePsychology2, 509:group may be registered and regarded as a dream in spite of its reality and basically phenomenalPsychology2, 510:which are Records of Instruction. This type of dream embodies the teaching given by a Master to HisPsychology2, 510:by them as either an inspired utterance or a dream with a deep significance. It should bePsychology2, 600:his own thought-form of this goal. This powerful dream, this defined thought-form (built year byPsychology2, 601:of mental perception or to bring his idealistic dream down into physical expression which lies atPsychology2, 604:aspirations and an intense "wish-life" of dream and desire may eventually succeed in severing allPsychology2, 606:all Mystics is the divine Logos Himself. But His dream must be registered in our consciousness asPsychology2, 676:idle pacifism will be taught. It is no mystical dream which waits for God to take action and whichPsychology2, 732:organization of good will". Good will is today a dream, a theory, a negative force. It should beRays, 99:importance than the part, and this not as a dream, a vision, a theory, a process of wishfulRays, 109:start with certain premises which today are the dream of the more exalted dreamers and which willRays, 647:thinking. This is no idle vision or vague dream. Many scientists today (and particularly those whoRays, 738:and something for which to live and work, to dream and to aspire. The five volumes composing ARays, 758:of the Plan of Love and Light. This is no idle dream. From the angle of the human consciousness,Reappearance, 149:so close to the hearts of men everywhere. The dream of brotherhood, of fellowship, of worldReappearance, 166:No one who loves his fellowmen, who has a dream [167] of seeing the Kingdom of God materialize onReappearance, 186:organization of goodwill." Goodwill is today a dream, a theory, a negative force. It should beSoul, 69:vital force, of energy or life, is not the vague dream of a mystically inclined people, but isSoul, 154:of man's moral freedom are only a metaphysical dream? One would thus be in a position to perform a
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