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

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Psychology1, 130:effect of the interplay between the life and the environment. The first point that I seek to makePsychology1, 135:status, so will be its response to its environment. To the subjective world of forces which we callPsychology1, 187:these ideas to those around you in your own environment and to the group in which you findPsychology1, 251:in the animal world that reaction to life and to environment which can best be described as "animalPsychology1, 253:is involved. This does not mean conditions and environment, but Life. This process was begun in thePsychology1, 322:of adaptation, but that is a group adaptation to environment, whereas in humanity we have thePsychology1, 322:we have the adaptation of the individual to his environment. The person who works consciously andPsychology1, 322:as follows: That unconscious adaptation to his environment of the man who is primarily anPsychology1, 323:by instinct. [323] An unconscious adaptation to environment carried on by the man who is beginningPsychology1, 323:and purely selfish adapting of oneself to the environment. In these cases, the man is definitelyPsychology1, 330:which is needed to awaken his response to his environment. This environment itself is part of thePsychology1, 330:to awaken his response to his environment. This environment itself is part of the life andPsychology1, 339:he attracts, or is attracted by, the life of his environment, he becomes increasingly conscious ofPsychology1, 341:to formulas and to symbols. [341] Reaction to environment, sensitive response to the ray influencesPsychology1, 341:themselves through the forms which compose man's environment, a growing power to discriminatePsychology1, 365:or imposed by the self, by circumstances and by environment) which affect the mechanism throughPsychology1, 401:there exists no pure strain. Climate and [401] environment are fundamentally greater determiningPsychology1, 425:in the animal world that reaction to life and to environment which can best be described as "animalPsychology1, 427:is involved. This does not mean conditions and environment, but Life. This process was begun in thePsychology2, 27:in the adaptability of form to circumstance and environment, as does the life of God as it flowsPsychology2, 80:of that word) and that vibration affects its environment, and atoms of substance on all threePsychology2, 82:material out [82] of the immediately surrounding environment, and imposes on it, through magneticPsychology2, 127:and naturally, will then have an effect upon his environment and his associates. This effect canPsychology2, 140:Group meet the [140] need in their own peculiar environment, in the manner that is, for them, thePsychology2, 203:are also conscious of and responsive to their environment. 6. Once this conscious awareness isPsychology2, 204:inert. inarticulate, bewildered [204] by their environment, but they are not bewildered, as are thePsychology2, 263:they exert a determining influence upon their environment. It would be well to note the esotericPsychology2, 265:In such cases the subject seldom affects his environment in any permanent or powerful sense. HePsychology2, 315:are not adequately responsive to their environment for the creative, indwelling soul. When this isPsychology2, 316:real difficulty, and responsiveness to the environment is over-developed in many cases. Psychology2, 320:and in every case the problem of response to environment and opportunity, and in this idea liesPsychology2, 321:center of experience can be expressed, and the environment contacted. In the early stages ofPsychology2, 321:sentient in two directions: outwards towards the environment, which leads (as evolution proceeds)Psychology2, 323:experience through contact with an ever-widening environment becomes possible, leading toPsychology2, 323:by that equipment, and faced also with an environment which seems antagonistic, lacking innerPsychology2, 324:[324] The integration of an individual into his environment is proceeding apace, and thePsychology2, 324:he is integrated into time as well as into his environment and until the Law of Rebirth is admittedPsychology2, 324:comes, as the individual integrates into his environment. Wisdom comes as he becomes coordinatedPsychology2, 324:of time. The mechanism is related to the environment, and is the apparatus of contact and the meansPsychology2, 325:having learned how to work with the factor of environment, the soul can now begin to controlPsychology2, 325:soul can now begin to control circumstances and environment from the standpoint of time. ThisPsychology2, 326:life of the soul. They have learnt to regard the environment in which they find themselves as thePsychology2, 327:of the planetary life, to the impact of the environment in the early stages and to the impress ofPsychology2, 336:personal being, responding to the impacts of an environment which he does not intelligentlyPsychology2, 349:"parts" into one whole. Has studied and used his environment, or the whole of which his personalityPsychology2, 350:at the same time sensitive and responsive to his environment in a wider and more specialized sense.Psychology2, 352:his personality, and then to dominate his environment. His progress is that of "achieved control;Psychology2, 353:within himself for responsiveness to his environment, he thus loses sight of self and the lightPsychology2, 382:and the expressed power of the man (within his environment) is equally increasing. The soul ray is,Psychology2, 384:of the disciple, as it expresses itself in his environment will become inspired and creativePsychology2, 387:sentient response to the world soul and to the environment in which the disciple finds himself willPsychology2, 389:and which makes him dynamic and creative in his environment comes likewise from the will aspect ofPsychology2, 392:in unity" may begin with the disciple's group, environment or nation and, through right use of thePsychology2, 402:the relation of the unit to the whole, to the environment and contacts; it studies man's equipmentPsychology2, 407:of living, experience through contact with the environment, and also of satisfaction leading toPsychology2, 412:and with the objective of the domination of the environment, of other human beings in small orPsychology2, 412:disciplining the personality, interpreting its environment in new terms, and producing a synthesis,Psychology2, 422:on a refusal to be molded by circumstance or environment. This drives a man on to success and toPsychology2, 423:by training. Interpretation of the life and the environment, given in terms of appreciation. PonderPsychology2, 426:emotional. The cleavage between the man and his environment which - when once healed and bridged -Psychology2, 426:human being and a good citizen who accepts his environment and gives to it of his best. Thus hePsychology2, 426:interplay between the two - himself and his environment. [427] The cleavage between the man (thePsychology2, 431:The light which this throws on relationships and environment will serve to stabilize his purposePsychology2, 433:and the result of increased sensitivity to the environment (which are the only values with whichPsychology2, 434:acting under impulses received from the outer environment and the inner subjective realms. ThesePsychology2, 436:relatively, either to himself or to those in his environment. They simply indicate lack ofPsychology2, 436:manifestation. Found between a man and his environment. The effect of this may mean that he is anPsychology2, 444:hidden in the subconscious, or his heredity and environment. I have simply sought to show onePsychology2, 452:world of daily living (and, therefore, from the environment), from the world of aspirational life,Psychology2, 465:of his life; into other lives; and into the environment in which he moves. He has released withinPsychology2, 466:gripped and attracts him. But his nature, his environment, his equipment and his opportunitiesPsychology2, 501:large city or as he looks out of a window in any environment. These sights and sounds will often bePsychology2, 552:below the diaphragm, from above, and from the environment. 5. The activity of the throat center isPsychology2, 555:it shall become increasingly sensitive to its environment and thus build an ever improvingPsychology2, 555:as it unfolds, who develops awareness of the environment and who becomes inclusive - eventually toPsychology2, 563:gradual expansion of capacity to be aware of the environment, whatever that environment may be. ThePsychology2, 563:to be aware of the environment, whatever that environment may be. The herd instinct of the animalPsychology2, 591:of right relations between the man and his environment and, above all (in the case of thosePsychology2, 619:and magnetically attract all that is in their environment which is directed towards them. That isPsychology2, 643:not primarily on behalf of their own immediate environment. The larger interest will not, however,Psychology2, 687:we may be placed or what is the nature of our environment, no matter how isolated we may feel orPsychology2, 711:from their fellowmen? Heredity, opportunity, environment and the state of the glandular equipment,Psychology2, 743:good will and a leavening force in their environment. They do and say nothing which could increasePsychology2, 748:endeavor to express practical good will in the environment where their lot may be cast. They mustRays, 36:no matter what is happening in their environment or their personal life. You need to reflect onRays, 140:principles of responsiveness to contacts and to environment, and which embodies itself in theRays, 149:up his entire daily life and which create his environment and his life circumstances. Life would beRays, 151:the soul ray and the forces, emanating from the environment. These centers develop progressivelyRays, 243:is the outstanding conscious reaction to environment of the fourth kingdom in nature, the human. ItRays, 266:integral and smoothly working part of his total environment and, above all, of the group to which,Rays, 292:his interests are those which will affect his environment (an aspect of that living vibrant Whole)Rays, 324:upon the world in which he lives and upon the environment which aids and conditions him. In theRays, 333:science of relationship to other men and to his environment, so humanity as a whole has to learnRays, 419:though gradual growth of sensitive response to environment, to contact and to impressions - mentalRays, 431:the personal lower self becomes aware of its environment, of the nature of its desires, and of itsRays, 431:and the thoughts of the people contacted in the environment. The brain is largely conditioned byRays, 450:and thus bridges and makes contact with his environment, thereby gaining experience and sustenance.Rays, 454:and the response of consciousness to environment) through the process of projecting consciously theRays, 496:and the outer ones as they concern you and your environment. "I would give you three key thoughtsRays, 617:stimulation of their natures and of their environment, must inevitably produce conflict; the
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