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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ESCAPE
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Fire, 1096:as black magicians. Just as no human being can escape the effects of energy generated by him in anFire, 1113:This bridge persists, and forms a path whereon escape is possible. Some escaped and came to theFire, 1126:through identification with the devas, he can escape from the three worlds to spheres of evilFire, 1126:magician remains ever a prisoner; he cannot escape from substance and from form. There is no needFire, 1127:forms and circumstances which eventuate in the escape of the liberated vital spark. This isFire, 1277:hear it, and those few elude the scales, escape the fiery eye of the great Adjuster and in TheirGlamour, 48:are not seeking - as a sensitive soul - a way of escape. I am using this phrase in the modernGlamour, 49:or an isolated island of vast extent, from which escape is impossible. The authority to which we,Glamour, 49:constitute an authoritative control. None can escape this authority, but can disobey it in time andGlamour, 52:yourself. It is rare indeed for any disciple to escape the effects of this error of illusion for itGlamour, 126:analysis, the partial subjugation of glamor and escape from the complete thralldom of illusion areGlamour, 135:with man-made thought-forms, barring out escape into the higher realms of awareness or into thatHealing, 111:to do its work and death open the door to the escape of the soul from imprisonment. The time comesHealing, 161:the solar plexus center which are seeking to escape from the "prison of the lower regions" throughHealing, 226:kingdoms in nature, for there will be no true escape for man whilst his environment is still underHealing, 367:world condition forces him to find avenues of escape, and to revert to the curative power of hisHealing, 393:will have to submit, and from them there is no escape, except through the vicarious at-one-ment.Healing, 401:those we must class the unthinking people who escape from mental responsibility into a blind beliefHealing, 419:regards its indweller, and permits therefore of escape. It is (to word it otherwise) no longer aHealing, 422:drawn of death bed scenes nor of the dramatic escape of the palpitating etheric body from theHealing, 427:identified with her yet forever seeking to escape from her domination. As maturity is reached, theHealing, 447:regards its indweller, and permits therefore of escape. It is (to word it otherwise) no longer aHealing, 661:it must not come as an arbitrary act, or as an escape from life and its consequences upon theHercules, 165:of speech would emerge in the world and we would escape from our world problems. The world willIntellect, 83:out a way Whence the imprisoned splendor may escape, Than in effecting entry for a light SupposedIntellect, 221:he has learned to register and being helpless to escape from the contacts of both the physical andMagic, 303:anticipatory imagination, and few there are who escape this menace. Worry and anxiety are the lotMagic, 306:dealing with something so widespread that few escape its attacks. It is like a miasma, a fog whichMagic, 472:so that the beginner will, if he follows them, escape the dangers of black magic, and learn toMeditation, 42:a [42] fresh period of chaos, and the escape of the imprisoned life from even those limitations,Meditation, 42:limitation will again be felt and the attempt to escape be started anew. Therefore the wise teacherMeditation, 136:of the Ego will have clear vision, and will escape deception. At this time their power is oft-timesMeditation, 161:of the Great Ones, and when he desires not to escape disease for his own personal benefit, onlyPatanjali, 312:is at the point in his evolution where he can "escape upward" and function in the head. ThePatanjali, 314:light into other realms and finds the "way of escape" into those worlds where the Masters work andPatanjali, 331:found these words: "Let the seeker after truth escape from drowning and climb the river's bank. LetPatanjali, 425:nor our vices count (except in so far as we escape from the pairs of opposites). That alone countsPsychology1, 92:in terms of dream life, of brain lesions or of escape reactions, but which rests on no surePsychology1, 109:defense mechanism; nor is it an illusory way of escape from a distressing present. They will knowPsychology2, 29:these he is helpless. He has no choice and no escape. Herein lies a hint upon the working of karmaPsychology2, 50:technique is understood, man can then achieve escape from the physical body in full, wakingPsychology2, 50:is satisfactorily built, then the "initiate" can escape from the limitations of form life and enterPsychology2, 103:antahkarana or bridge is built, this "way of escape" becomes the normal path of life. Escape fromPsychology2, 103:"way of escape" becomes the normal path of life. Escape from pain is then automatic, for the centerPsychology2, 103:tiny thread of the partially constructed "way of escape", under tremendous pressure and excitation,Psychology2, 103:has been taken. After that the "way of escape" becomes the "way of daily livingness" (to translatePsychology2, 119:we are steadily moving. Therefore, there is no escape. It is the effect of this force which, inPsychology2, 154:aspirations as "defence mechanisms," or "ways of escape" from the inevitability of environingPsychology2, 160:of the Way, and the building of the true line of escape - that is the task to be carried forwardPsychology2, 326:are subjected, and from which there seems no escape, means for them the learning of some lessonPsychology2, 402:situation, or to portray no easy way of escape which would only lead us deeper into the gloomyPsychology2, 404:Cleavage, leading frequently to the many ways of escape, which constitute the bulk of the modernPsychology2, 422:life of acceptance to those many ways of escape which push a man into the dream world, into thePsychology2, 482:and persuasions are ever prone to find a way of escape from the troubles and difficulties of lifePsychology2, 482:and conditions from which there is no possible escape; the subject of this imposition accepts itPsychology2, 544:whether he likes the process or not. He cannot escape it in the long run, but the occultist is notPsychology2, 584:development and aspiration are the way of escape from the highest aspect of the AtlanteanPsychology2, 585:[585] Occultism and science are the way of escape from the highest expression of the concrete mind,Psychology2, 604:also brought about by an unrecognized desire to escape from responsibility, from the pain andPsychology2, 610:a door for rightful and proper use, but a way of escape from the difficulties of life and a shortRays, 10:comes the opportunity for the aspirant to escape from the dominance of matter. This is the trueRays, 42:an opening, a door leading somewhere, a way of escape, a place through which the soul imprisoned inRays, 49:of correlation are functioning, the idea might escape recognition. In all the teaching given to theRays, 209:For some people, impersonality is simply an escape mechanism from responsibility; for others, itRays, 341:consciousness, out of which he is endeavoring to escape. This would not be spiritual progression.Rays, 480:currents issuing from the centers and cannot escape. These units of force, therefore, pile upRays, 481:brings this [481] about, and only those can escape the effect of the vitality of their own centersRays, 481:through the conscious will of their own being - escape the compelling force of the Law ofRays, 528:need which the invocation voiced, upon "a way of escape," and embody in Himself the required visionRays, 545:(permitting only those streams of energy to escape from him which are appropriate to the need) theRays, 618:men will turn, with relief and with a longing to escape from further turmoil, towards right humanRays, 725:and the oral teaching which is permitted to escape into the minds of men. The point of crisis whichReappearance, 146:this recognition, there seems to be [146] no escape; it is as much a part of humanity's reaction asSoul, 74:holds for the coming generation a way of escape from these extreme positions. The Egyptians heldSoul, 154:One might at the same time be in a fair way to escape from the modernist dilemma and become a
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