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

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Rays, 638:understanding; let them demonstrate in their environment the qualities which will establish rightRays, 691:for the disciple as he handles his life, his environment and his circumstances. They are:Rays, 691:and also to integrate himself with his environment for service purposes. To this must be added theReappearance, 119:and finally reveals the soul and its nature and environment to man. At that point in hisReappearance, 167:- given tact and loving understanding - his home environment can and must be the field in which heReappearance, 167:of sacrifice and silence. Circumstances and environment offer no true obstacle to the spiritualSoul, 13:of studying man. One begins outside with the environment, and [14] considers man as a mechanism ofSoul, 14:him to study, to use, and to master his environment; it would love to reduce things to thought, andSoul, 18:unity, and that a new outlook on man and his environment may emerge out of the fusion of theSoul, 21:system.' ... Psychology studies the total environment viewed as existing only at the moment when itSoul, 21:system, whereas physics studies the total environment viewed as existing beyond the moment when itSoul, 32:with other individuals in a complex external environment, partly physical and partly social, inSoul, 33:of man, as a living organism, in the [33] environment in which he finds himself - the science ofSoul, 33:science of the interplay between man and that environment. It is the science of human conduct, butSoul, 33:are three main factors. There is, first, the environment. This is much more than a mere presentSoul, 33:or the result of the interrelation between the environment and the response apparatus, and, given aSoul, 33:and the response apparatus, and, given a certain environment and [34] a certain response apparatus,Soul, 34:part of the human structure, that we contact our environment, the external world, and are adaptedSoul, 35:device which changes the incoming energy of the environment, received through the receptors, intoSoul, 35:and the means by which physical response to the environment is made, but the nervous system and theSoul, 35:latter interaction between the apparatus and the environment produces conduct and behavior, thatSoul, 45:we mean the capacity of the mind to control its environment by concepts and abstract ideas." -Soul, 129:handling of his life experiences and of his environment are determined by his endocrine system. SoTelepathy, 40:into a right relation to the soul, to the environment, and to humanity. It is necessary for you andTelepathy, 53:eternally IS, and to what is ever present in the environment but of which the subject is unaware,Telepathy, 54:mechanism and its ability to respond to its environment (as science well knows) has been developedTelepathy, 54:"pull" and magnetic effect of the surrounding environment. Step by step, the forms of life upon theTelepathy, 55:of the three worlds which constitute his environment and in which he is submerged whilst inTelepathy, 55:largely dependent upon his power to invoke his environment and draw from it (in evocative response)Telepathy, 55:is inherent in man and in his relation to his environment and circumstances. The germ or embryonicTelepathy, 55:these more subtle phases of your ever-existent environment. It is, in the last analysis, just aTelepathy, 59:our particular purposes) as recognition of an environment, an area of the hitherto unknown, of thatTelepathy, 61:too vast a field) becomes sensitive to his environment, as the forces of [62] evolution play uponTelepathy, 66:of the three major planetary centers to their environment. This is a point which I would have youTelepathy, 67:in relation to the available and suitable environment. Note this phrase. All this takes placeTelepathy, 83:forms to contact, to impression, to impact, to environment, to the thought context of variousTelepathy, 90:steadily growing responsiveness to an expanding environment, as for instance man's recognition ofTelepathy, 90:remains one of a developing reaction to his environment, as registered by his consciousness, and inTelepathy, 90:an integral factor. This integration into his environment, his absorption of its atmosphere and hisTelepathy, 91:method is impressed from a hitherto unrecognized environment; this only becomes possible in thisTelepathy, 92:It involves the constant opening up of a new environment - an environment which reaches all the wayTelepathy, 92:constant opening up of a new environment - an environment which reaches all the way from the lowestTelepathy, 92:master also the secondary lesson of adapting his environment in such a manner that he can impressTelepathy, 92:insight. This registering of his own expanding environment - with all its implications of a newTelepathy, 102:surrounding human factors, his fellowmen and the environment and the circumstances which theyTelepathy, 108:which he evokes from his surrounding physical environment and from humanity. He becomes a powerTelepathy, 144:and the method whereby he should govern his environment, circumstances and relationships. If thisTelepathy, 144:to distinguish the etheric body from its environment or to isolate its particular type of energy orTelepathy, 146:and therefore the nerves, in its immediate environment. It must always be remembered that the sevenTelepathy, 174:whenever it touched or contacted those in his environment. The control of the Christ over His auraTelepathy, 175:the radiation upon people in their community and environment. One highly emotional person, working
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