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

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Psychology1, 270:of over-production, we have brought about an economic situation of such a drastic and seriousPsychology1, 275:health or lay on them the burden of straitened economic conditions. The moralities of the past mayPsychology1, 283:This is due to the breakdown of our present economic situation, to the widespread interest inPsychology1, 304:is equally a consequence of our present abnormal economic conditions; but this in no way negatesPsychology1, 307:[307] worldwide condition wherein, through economic and other reasons, men and women are forced toPsychology2, 25:through the urge to reproduce; and next, to economic satisfaction. At this stage we have the statePsychology2, 86:of internationalism, of religious unity, and of economic interdependence, are all of themPsychology2, 154:seen in the savage's search for food or in the economic problems of the modern civilized man;Psychology2, 194:impasse, the religious dissatisfaction, the economic and social upheaval of the past few decades,Psychology2, 464:towards meditation. Sometimes it is the force of economic circumstances which forces a man toPsychology2, 480:This condition is widespread and based on wrong economic conditions. I am dealing with these beforePsychology2, 517:and by the force of the political, economic and social life of the race; inwards by the pull of thePsychology2, 536:of many people, owing to the present unfortunate economic conditions. These conditions are suchPsychology2, 603:conventions (right or wrong), social training, economic responsibility, human obligations and allPsychology2, 630:other, worn out by the suffering engendered by economic unrest, destitution and the exploitation ofPsychology2, 630:but simply decades of the present impasse and economic bankruptcy, are equally great and equallyPsychology2, 632:some group and in some political, religious or economic situation. Yet all the time they are butPsychology2, 634:of religion. They are torn and devastated by the economic conflict, and are, without exception, thePsychology2, 635:and the protagonists of the new social order and economic regimes (as interpreted to them rightlyPsychology2, 635:Above everything else they desire peace, stable economic conditions, and an orderly world. For thisPsychology2, 635:kind of political, nationalistic, religious, economic and social ideals. If they are not literallyPsychology2, 636:all parties, all creeds, and all social and economic organizations; they recognize all governments.Psychology2, 637:to bring in the desired condition of peace, economic plenty, and understanding. They are occupiedPsychology2, 639:our strifes today are based primarily upon our economic needs. For this there are obvious objectivePsychology2, 640:to hatred, party strife, civil war, widespread economic distress, terror of a generalPsychology2, 641:change the old order and bring in the new era of economic comfort and peaceful living, and arePsychology2, 641:men and women have failed to stop war, solve the economic problem and release humanity. It might bePsychology2, 642:in the last analysis. They grieve over the economic distress but do not know what to do, as all thePsychology2, 643:of a political, religious, social or economic nature. They say nothing and write no word whichPsychology2, 644:of nations, the unity of faith, and our economic interdependence. They will endeavor to speak noPsychology2, 645:and our well known, though largely ignored, economic interdependence. The education of the men andPsychology2, 650:working in all fields of human enterprise, - economic, political, social and religious. These fourPsychology2, 654:world problems and differences are based upon an economic situation. It is, therefore, morePsychology2, 655:mutual good will and national, religious and economic interdependence. What they are reallyPsychology2, 656:with the problem of unrest and distress in the economic, political and religious fields. ThroughPsychology2, 659:- all leading in the last analysis to economic stability. The [660] right order by which men willPsychology2, 669:endeavor (political, religious, scientific and economic), must be brought into touch with eachPsychology2, 669:such is the distress of mind, so great is the economic suffering, and so deep seated is thePsychology2, 672:how shall order be restored? How can the economic situation be stabilized, and the world be broughtPsychology2, 674:by which these basic ideals of world unity, economic synthesis and religious cooperation are to bePsychology2, 675:government, some religious, [675] social or economic attitude. They are against all that is not ofPsychology2, 680:from any government, any political party, any economic strategist, or any religious organization.Psychology2, 681:mutual cooperation, religious unity, and economic interdependence. Thus, many will find those whoPsychology2, 690:the objectives of international understanding, economic interdependence and religious unity. [691]Psychology2, 707:response to widely different ideologies, the economic pressure leading to material depredation, aPsychology2, 730:world relations, world conditions and the world economic situation, so that contentment through thePsychology2, 731:these prominent people, working in the field of economic enterprise, and thus opportunities arePsychology2, 733:forces of construction - national, religious and economic - can change the aspect of world affairsPsychology2, 733:interracial and international understanding, economic interdependence and universal good will. ForPsychology2, 738:upon a world distressed and full of pain. The economic problem looms large and is a determiningPsychology2, 739:coloring every ideology or school of thought (economic, political and religious) those who areRays, 88:field of politics, and in the field of selfish economic competition. It will be for humanity thenRays, 121:relationships, global planning, brotherhood, economic fusion, the free flow of commoditiesRays, 301:theologies (religious, scientific, political or economic) and says to all men everywhere: "We areRays, 429:yet shows little inclination to do so. Strain, economic privations and anxiety may teach her; theRays, 498:a vision of a better way of life, of an improved economic situation, or of [499] better interracialRays, 570:scale for the first time during a period of economic adjustment of [571] which the word "bread" isRays, 571:aspect of love - will result in the ending of economic fear, and the "house of bread" will becomeRays, 613:and will some day be the governing factor in the economic life of the world, regulated andRays, 628:for the situation in the political and economic fields in France, plus the difficulties which theyRays, 676:possessions and for planned governmental and economic material decisions which control and motivateRays, 747:other ideologies in the political, social and economic fields but these with which I have dealtRays, 750:the political, the religious, the social and the economic life of people everywhere. The revelationReappearance, 13:in the many groups, religious, political and economic. To the above must be added what ChristiansReappearance, 18:of the masses in cooperative statesmanship, in economic stabilization through right sharing, and inReappearance, 47:of unusual potency) of the political, religious, economic and social life of humanity. All thisReappearance, 52:of human living - in politics, in the arts, in economic expression and in true social living, inReappearance, 80:as they fight and struggle and legislate for the economic sustenance of their nations, and as theReappearance, 120:and correctly their religious, political, economic, communal and private lives and thus establishReappearance, 132:human thinking and in the arena of political and economic intercourse, the present world orderReappearance, 163:of sharing is at least in process of controlling economic affairs, and when churches and politicalSoul, 157:people from force of circumstances and strained economic conditions are leading an abnormal sexTelepathy, 45:humanity's trouble (focusing, as it has, in the economic troubles of the past two hundred years,
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