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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - EDUCATION
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Education, 35:of right lines of energy. 2. The task of the new education is therefore the coordination of theEducation, 35:about its at-one-ment with the soul. 3. The new education will deal with, analyze and interpret theEducation, 35:telepathically upon the minds of men. 4. The new education will organize and develop the lowerEducation, 35:will greatly aid the will to recall. 6. The new education will make a man a good citizen byEducation, 36: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Coordination and Integration 8. The educators in the newEducation, 36:always used from the wisdom angle. 11. The new education will take into consideration: The mind andEducation, 37:even to the most intelligent. Modern education is beginning to give some attention to the nature ofEducation, 37:of energy behind the mind, progress in education will be relatively at a standstill; the child willEducation, 38: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - Civilization and Culture II. The Cultural Unfoldment ofEducation, 38:Culture Much emphasis is being laid today upon education - coordinating, relational, psychological,Education, 38:omit it with decision and with purpose. Modern education has been primarily competitive,Education, 39:and spiritual - which is the objective of all education. Education is the major agent in the world.Education, 39:- which is the objective of all education. Education is the major agent in the world. CivilizationEducation, 40:reactions of the higher mind. The problem before Education is to take the Atlantean consciousnessEducation, 40: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - Civilization and Culture In the present race a differentEducation, 43:it is essentially and necessarily that of education. It is true that the Church in ancient days wasEducation, 43:well-being and inner spiritual existence. Education is the task of the [44] outstanding thinkers ofEducation, 45: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - Civilization and Culture In the field of education unitedEducation, 45:II - Civilization and Culture In the field of education united action is essential. Surely a basicEducation, 46:to the world. It is upon these facts that the education to be given to the children of the worldEducation, 48:picture of the triple objectives of the new education: Civilization, Culture, Unification. TheEducation, 49:in reality be the correspondence in the field of education to the world of the Hierarchy; it shouldEducation, 49:religions. It should be the task of the higher education, giving purpose and significance to allEducation, 49: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - Civilization and Culture The following sequence suggestsEducation, 49:the youth of the immediate generations: Primary education Civilization Ages 1-14 SecondaryEducation, 49:education Civilization Ages 1-14 Secondary education Culture Ages 14-21 Higher education SpiritualEducation, 49:Secondary education Culture Ages 14-21 Higher education Spiritual Ages 21-28 It is only ourEducation, 50:being, we might say that: The first effort of education to civilize the child will be to train andEducation, 50:to use his intellect rightly. The third duty of education will be to evoke and to develop theEducation, 51:are today fitting themselves for the "higher education" in the true sense of the term. Much moreEducation, 52: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Process of Unfoldment The Process of Unfoldment IEducation, 52:enlightened." Enlightenment is the major goal of education. It is precisely in this region ofEducation, 53:two major divine principles. Thus the new education has been made possible by the work of theEducation, 53:humanity is now open to vitalization, hence mass education. It has opened a channel so that theEducation, 55: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Process of Unfoldment When the will or sacrificeEducation, 55:the opening of the petals in the human lotus. EDUCATION AND SCIENCE [56] I. Knowledge PetalsEducation, 56:see an effort on the part of those interested in education to move with greater rapidity; this willEducation, 56: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Process of Unfoldment There is one point that I wouldEducation, 57:rules of Right Approach. The keynote of the new education is essentially right interpretation ofEducation, 57:be right human relations and for both of these education must prepare the child. Those working inEducation, 57:intelligent activity of mankind that the new education must prepare. In the above comments, plusEducation, 58:is a definite effort to bring the resources of education within the reach of every man upon theEducation, 58:will be done, and the intended type of education will accomplish the following things, thus layingEducation, 58:the future unfoldment of the higher and better education: Make available to the average citizenEducation, 59:be apparent to you also that the task of the new education is to take the civilized masses and leadEducation, 59: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Nature of Esotericism The Nature of EsotericismEducation, 61: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Nature of Esotericism The esotericist in training has,Education, 62: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Nature of Esotericism There is a tendency amongEducation, 66: Education in the New Age - Chapter II - The Nature of Esotericism Esoteric study, when coupledEducation, 69: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Present Transition Period III. The Next Step in theEducation, 71: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Present Transition Period The time factor (from theEducation, 72:attempts to impose a form of the new age education upon the modern child has been of a twofoldEducation, 72:been no compromise between the present form of education and the desired ideal; there has been noEducation, 73:can the sequential steps be taken, until the new education is an accomplished fact and the old andEducation, 73:method. The imposition of the new age ways in education, upon a child who is basically Atlantean orEducation, 76: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Present Transition Period 2. An atmosphere ofEducation, 76:this time, and who can profit by the new type of education, are necessarily on the very verge ofEducation, 78:as essential preliminary steps to the new education: How, in this case, do you make allowance forEducation, 79:formulate a more extended plan for the future education of the children of the world. We have notedEducation, 79:succeeded in giving our young people the kind of education which will enable them to live whollyEducation, 79:and constructively. The development of world education has been progressively along three mainEducation, 79:as the United States, Australia and Canada, mass education was instituted and was largely copiedEducation, 80:world? Let us remember one important thing. What education can do along undesirable lines has beenEducation, 80:might be of value at this point to define what education can be, if it is impulsed by true visionEducation, 80:world need and to the demands of the times. Education is the training, intelligently given, whichEducation, 81: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Present Transition Period Education is a processEducation, 81:- Chapter III - The Present Transition Period Education is a process whereby the child is equippedEducation, 81:a useful citizen. The general trend of his education will be more psychological than in the pastEducation, 82:implemented by curiosity and investigation. [82] Education should be of three kinds and all threeEducation, 82:of the deeper spiritual and universal values. Education should be the process whereby youth isEducation, 83:has been distinctive of past methods. The new education will consider a child with due reference toEducation, 83:to "lead him out" (the true meaning of the word "education") from any limiting condition and trainEducation, 84:today, many thousands do pass. In the future, education will make a far wider use of psychologyEducation, 84:and a responsibility to be assumed and that education is a method of preparation for that usefulEducation, 84:becomes increasingly apparent that the coming education could be defined in a new and broader senseEducation, 84:and international or national thievery, then education will concern itself with the rightEducation, 84: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Present Transition Period Increasingly, educationEducation, 84:- The Present Transition Period Increasingly, education should be concerned with the [85] wholes ofEducation, 85:the group. It is perhaps a platitude to say that education should occupy itself necessarily withEducation, 86:right human relations will be found. Finally, education should surely present the hypothesis of theEducation, 86:the entire problem of leadership and of motive. Education will, therefore, be given in the form ofEducation, 87:the people perish." An international system of education, developed in joint conference byEducation, 87:with the millions of children now demanding education) will be taught truth, without bias orEducation, 89: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Present Transition Period It is bridging work whichEducation, 91:you have right relations established between education, religion and politics. All the work beingEducation, 93: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Present Transition Period 2. To teach him that theEducation, 93:infancy, then the third objective of the new education will come with greater ease. 3. TheEducation, 94:environing world. You will note from this that education should be basically concerned withEducation, 94:of the race. It is the major activity of the new education. Education, 94: Education in the New Age - Chapter III - The Aquarian Age The Aquarian Age As a result of theEducation, 95:during the next two centuries in the field of education is definitely temporary and balancing, andEducation, 95:out of the fulfilment of the task assigned to education will grow those more permanent systemsEducation, 95:sciences will eventually dominate the field of education in the new age. They will not negate theEducation, 99: Education in the New Age - Chapter IV - The Angle of Citizenship IV. The Culture of the IndividualEducation, 100:via religious organizations) to that mass education and compulsory tuition which distinguishes theEducation, 100:enlightened nations, some kind of compulsory education is imposed upon the masses; the children ofEducation, 101:up till this time has been twofold. The aim of education has been so to equip the child that whenEducation, 103: Education in the New Age - Chapter IV - The Angle of Citizenship All this is very good and part ofEducation, 106:have engendered in the life of all nations. Education is rapidly becoming mass effort and theEducation, 108: Education in the New Age - Chapter IV - The World Situation and Ideologies The World Situation and
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