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

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Astrology, 8:if you will endeavor to think of the human family, the fourth kingdom in nature, as an entity, asAstrology, 10:of that entity which we have called the human family; this kingdom in nature, through its ethericAstrology, 19:and psychology to be found in the human family at any given time. An instance of the latter can beAstrology, 38:even as the Christ was the "Eldest in a vast family of brothers," and the "first flower on theAstrology, 52:to function first as a member of the human family, and, secondly as a spiritual entity, the divineAstrology, 59:then emerges. The horoscope of the human family, of the fourth kingdom in nature, regarding it asAstrology, 94:"most ancient initiation" which all the human family has already undergone [95] and will undergo.Astrology, 97:do overtake man, the individual and the human family as a whole, release the soul into three greatAstrology, 115:has not yet been developed in the human family on any large scale and is only achieving someAstrology, 164:are that complex duality which is the human family. Saturn, in a peculiar relation to the signAstrology, 169:will reveal a great deal anent the human family because the Capricornian can express all the worstAstrology, 177:sixth ray. A study of the charts of the human family at all the different stages, from the time ofAstrology, 185:the distinguishing characteristic of the human family can be instrumental in resolving dissonanceAstrology, 187:of the planet Mars. This brings the entire human family, as well as the individual, under the lawAstrology, 208:the environing conclusions of the disciple's family, friends and group that he is a disciple. FromAstrology, 219:the planet Mercury which governs the [219] human family (being the hierarchical planet in Scorpio),Astrology, 254:at one stage in human history and the human family went - as a whole - against the normal zodiacalAstrology, 264:and this beneficent ruler will lead the human family into the ways of peace and progress. Virgo isAstrology, 305:charts are kept of those members of the human family who have achieved adeptship and upwards. TheyAstrology, 306:of consciousness, particularly in the human family, is determined by the control of those twoAstrology, 334:zodiac and these all definitely affect the human family and the unit in that family also. A closeAstrology, 334:affect the human family and the unit in that family also. A close study of the relations indicatedAstrology, 374:of the wheel of life for those in the human family who are ready (and their numbers are now veryAstrology, 413:strain and stress in the response of the human family in this world crisis because it is related toAstrology, 453:you an idea of our planetary status in the great family of the central sun and indicate why ourAstrology, 471:and producing effects upon those in the human family who not only respond to the Leo force and areAstrology, 509:the mechanism of the majority of the human family is not tuned to the reception of the rays fromAstrology, 518:both as aspects and integral parts of the human family. This will be increasingly the case. ThisAstrology, 537:to the evolution and the destiny of the human family. Add to these the emerging energy of Aquarius,Astrology, 570:of invocation which is taking place in the human family. This produces the present dire crisis. TheAstrology, 585:the latter so dangerous an enemy of the human family is that during the last two thousand yearsAstrology, 599:even whilst liberating members of the human family who will constitute the nucleus around which theAstrology, 680:third root-race, and that the definitely human family became present upon earth from that date. HeAstrology, 690:that intensification of vibration in the human family which resulted in individualization." (C. F.Atom, 14:which link him to all other members of the human family, and to a power outside himself which heAtom, 24:to trace the same threefold idea in the human family as a whole, and thus ascertain the divineAtom, 27:in the solar system, in the planet, in the human family, and in the atom. I trust that we can proveAtom, 42:human being. We can view each unit of the human family as a human atom, for in man you have simplyAtom, 44:he surely means all those units of the human family who are held within His sphere of influence,Atom, 50:body of manifestation (which includes the human family) into situations which are distressing toAtom, 61:to the recognition that every unit in the human family is an atom in the body of that greater unitAtom, 104:In the world at present can be seen the human family at the atomic stage of manifestation, leadingAtom, 105:is the stage in which the majority of the human family find themselves. In it we pass through theAtom, 106:of essential value to every unit of the human family. The realization of this, therefore, willAtom, 109:is the stage which a great number of the human family are now approaching. Men are realizing, asAtom, 115:expansion of consciousness. Ahead of the human family lies now the fifth, or spiritual kingdom, andAtom, 129:or meet, and a greater love for our [129] family and immediate friends, but we know practicallyAtom, 133:happening in connection with the human family to take place, for the moment group consciousnessAtom, 145:between the different thinkers of the human family. These differences are founded largely uponAtom, 148:the world today. A large percentage of the human family is in the atomic stage, but we mustAtom, 148:it is passed through by every unit of the human family in the process of finding its place withinAtom, 148:world today there are also units of the human family who are passing into the second stage, theyAtom, 148:between them and other atoms of the human family is that they are now group conscious, they have aAutobiography, 11:angle, I had no reason to be miserable and my family and friends would have been greatly surprisedAutobiography, 14:was the plainest of an exceedingly good looking family and I am not plain. I was always regarded asAutobiography, 14:and as the least intelligent of an intelligent family. My sister was one of the most beautifulAutobiography, 15:this here, because I do not believe that his family or his daughter-in-law, my sister, had theAutobiography, 16:Both were of very old stock - my father's family dating back for centuries, even antedating theAutobiography, 16:that Shakespeare got so many of his stories. Family trees and pedigrees have never seemed to me toAutobiography, 16:attained any famous or infamous notoriety. The family crest is, however, a very interesting oneAutobiography, 17:me to find it all brought together in our family crest. My grandfather was John Frederic LaAutobiography, 17:water systems of Great Britain. He had a large family. His eldest daughter, my aunt Dora, marriedAutobiography, 25:and then down to the dining room at 9 for family prayers. We had to start the day right with aAutobiography, 25:of God and, in spite of the austerity of the family faith, I think it is a good habit. There satAutobiography, 25:There sat the head of the household with the family Bible in front of him and the family and guestsAutobiography, 25:with the family Bible in front of him and the family and guests gathered around him; then theAutobiography, 37:some time became so objectionably good that my family got disturbed; they wondered if I was ill andAutobiography, 46:time in my entire life when I formed part of a family and had the background, the prestige and theAutobiography, 47:of them. I had made a clean break with my family and had brought my life as a society girl to anAutobiography, 47:relations. I have always kept in touch with my family from then till now, but our paths haveAutobiography, 61:piece of work and one that would have left my family aghast had they known of it. I do not knowAutobiography, 87:my horror and dismay and to the surprise of the family who could not make out why on earth he couldAutobiography, 103:appreciation of the situation into Walter Evans' family. Even the old family servants wereAutobiography, 103:into Walter Evans' family. Even the old family servants were distrustful of the situation. The oldAutobiography, 109:to my cousin, Laurence Parsons. We had the usual family gathering at an uncle's house. I onlyAutobiography, 122:that's a dirty job. But I did manage to feed the family, and the shack was only $8.00 a month andAutobiography, 140:the Son of God, the First Born in a great family of brothers, as St. Paul has told us, and aAutobiography, 143:until today she is the strongest member of the family. Ellison shows no sign of needing me now. SheAutobiography, 156:female!" I have always had lots of hair. It is a family inheritance and my three girls have massesAutobiography, 160:he had intended resuming it. It was an old, family practice and when he was only twenty-eight heAutobiography, 181:for the Masters but it had to be combined with family cares, with the running of a household, withAutobiography, 182:to do, for I was no believer in sacrificing your family and their welfare to your own spiritualAutobiography, 182:that I did not believe that the comfort of one's family was a trivial matter and that I had alwaysAutobiography, 182:was a well known lecturer and teacher but whose family of six children never saw her and theAutobiography, 182:a spiritual realization at the expense of their family or friends. There is far too much of this inAutobiography, 192:In the summer of 1922 I went away with the family for three months to Amagansett, Long Island, andAutobiography, 207:her death. When things were happening in her own family after she had passed over she would discussAutobiography, 212:What is working out today, the friends and family we are linked with and the quality, character andAutobiography, 289:as it does all the subhuman kingdoms, the human family and the superhuman lives which stretchAutobiography, 297:At present, the condition of the human family confronts us with a worldwide need more critical thanAutobiography, 302:things are known to be inevitable for the human family and certain other things are subject to ourBethlehem, 10:of Christianity. As a member of the human family, he has reached a level of integration unknown inBethlehem, 16:people have grasped this ideal, the entire human family can stand for the first time before theBethlehem, 28:will be true ultimately of the entire human family. The plan for humanity concerns man's consciousBethlehem, 33:has been laid upon the unit in the human family, and also upon the unique mission of ChristBethlehem, 43:it is as inescapable as birth into the human family. The process is a sequential proceeding fromBethlehem, 50:stages from that of the isolated savage to the family and the tribe, then to the unification of theBethlehem, 89:but also violence of many kinds. In the human family particularly the vision is saddening, soBethlehem, 97:of its value by the pioneers of the human family, may succeed in leading them to the portal ofBethlehem, 104:when he spoke of Christ as the "Eldest in a vast family of brothers." (Romans, VIII, 29, Weymouth's
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