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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - FATHER
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Astrology, 39:into the spheres. They are the longing of the Father for the Mother. Hence do they suffer, burn,Astrology, 42:group wherein the highest aspect of man, his "Father in Heaven" finds place. These lives are theAstrology, 45:united) that which is the Spirit aspect, the Father, the Unknown. Astrology, 91:of the heavens. This is the cross of God, the Father, and, therefore, of the incarnating monad. ItAstrology, 100:of the Son of God, Who is the mediator between Father-Spirit and Mother-Matter. Mercury, therefore,Astrology, 104:and midnight merges into midday. God, the Father, rules. The power of Venus is lessened in thisAstrology, 116:Monad, its source (symbolized by the words "the Father's home"), and descends into the ocean ofAstrology, 156:the three horned signs: The mystery of God the Father - Creation The mystery of God the Son -Astrology, 156:be pointed out here that it is the will of the Father aspect, manifesting through Aries, thatAstrology, 167:At the same time, He received the vision of the Father and of what He had to do as He "went up toAstrology, 179:- Pisces. Divine consciousness. "I and the Father are one." In these signs - Cancer, Leo,Astrology, 193:express this truth in another manner: God the Father, the Will to manifest, initiates the creativeAstrology, 205:in this sign is voiced by Christ in the words, "Father, not my will but Thine be done." The testsAstrology, 208:ambition - he says: "I will arise and go to my Father." There are two such major crises in the lifeAstrology, 217:is ever the intended result of the sex relation. Father-spirit and Mother-matter when broughtAstrology, 247:Uranus - 7th Ray of Ceremonial Magic - God the Father. He who relates. The Source of Duality. HeAstrology, 255:spirit; she is the receptive agent where the Father aspect is concerned. In a previous solarAstrology, 256:and the result of the relationship of Father-Spirit and Mother-Matter, must be brought to theAstrology, 263:for the Mediator or intermediary, between the Father and the Mother, between Spirit and Matter, andAstrology, 266:- Constitute the triangle of the Father or will aspect; they mark points of attainment, throughAstrology, 272:to the essential identity of Son with the Father, the "undying One," and with the eternal Mother;Astrology, 298:of the form nature and reflects the Sun, or the Father aspect. The above statement is exceedinglyAstrology, 310:words of Christ, so well known to all of us: "Father, not my will but thine be done." I would alsoAstrology, 312:gate, Capricorn, is allied with spirit, the father of all that IS. In this sign lies hid the wholeAstrology, 388:because it is the mystery of the relation of Father, Mother and Child. The birth of theAstrology, 399:aspects of form-building, the dual functions of Father-Mother. This is a point for astrologers toAstrology, 430:These three are, in reality, The eye of the Father - carrying light from the Great Bear. The eye ofAstrology, 430:particular subject: "The sevenfold light of the Father brought from chaos into the ordered day HisAstrology, 431:of their controlling Lord. They called on Father Time (Saturn. A.A.B.) for aid and strength and heAstrology, 431:He set Himself anew to learn the plan, aided by Father Time yet unaffected by the Lord of Time forAstrology, 433:from on high is on the way, sent by the Father to the Mother.' Upon his way unto this nether starAstrology, 558:matter. The Cardinal Cross is the Cross of the Father, the first aspect of the sacred Trinity, WhoAstrology, 559:Spirit and this in response to the fiat of the Father. These three Crosses are, in their totalityAstrology, 564:He said: "Wist ye not that I must be about My Father's business," thereby indicating theAstrology, 565:to immediate and unbroken contact with His "Father in Heaven"; He was in constant communicationAstrology, 582:He said: "Wist ye not that I must be about My Father's business?" That business, related by Him toAstrology, 582:by Him to the first divine aspect, the Monad or Father aspect, was the fulfilment of purpose andAstrology, 583:in the Gethsemane experience, He cries out: "Father, not my will but Thine be done." Even then andAstrology, 596:in some measure to formulate the life of the Father, the will of the Monad and the purpose ofAstrology, 600:It is one of the major assets of God, the Father and also of the human Monad. This is the Will toAstrology, 601:takes you straight back to God [601] the Father, to the Monad, to the One. It is related,Astrology, 601:activity is complete from the angle of God the Father; the will to initiate manifestation and itsAstrology, 626:of divine interplay and it is the life of the Father (of spirit and of will) which flows throughAstrology, 627:sign the work is consummated and the will of the Father works out through the second ray will asAstrology, 631:when considering the active work of the Trinity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This Trinity inAstrology, 643:12. "The Trinity was represented by the Sun (the Father), Mercury (the Son), and Venus (the HolyAstrology, 644:The following tabulation is suggestive: God the Father - 1st Logos - Electric Fire - Great Bear,Astrology, 647:the seven planets... who together with their Father, the Sun ...composed a powerful ogdoad." (S.D.Astrology, 654:forth for thirsty men. Pisces - I leave the Father's Home and turning back, I save. Astrology, 667:and A Treatise on Cosmic Fire "Saturn, the father of the Gods, has been transformed from EternalAstrology, 670:by the sun: The central spiritual sun-God the Father. The heart of the sun-God the son. TheAtom, 87:in reply to the demand "Lord, show us the Father," that "he that hath seen me hath seen theAtom, 87:that "he that hath seen me hath seen the Father," for God is Love; and finally, through him theAtom, 87:manifest, and he will be perfect, even as his Father in heaven is perfect. Autobiography, 12:in the city of Manchester, England, where my father was engaged on an engineering project connectedAutobiography, 12:on an engineering project connected with his father's firm - one of the most important in GreatAutobiography, 15:to take care of my sister and myself. She was my father's youngest sister, and Laurence was one ofAutobiography, 16:over both of us in our early years and also our father's resentment over our existence,Autobiography, 16:had not drained her physical resources. My father was Frederic Foster La Trobe-Bateman and myAutobiography, 16:Hollinshead. Both were of very old stock - my father's family dating back for centuries, evenAutobiography, 18:but her husband, my Uncle David, died before his father and, therefore, never inherited the title.Autobiography, 18:remain unbroken. I have already mentioned my father's youngest sister, Agnes Parsons. There wereAutobiography, 18:who married a Mr. Gurney Leatham, and my father's youngest brother, Lee La Trobe-Bateman, who isAutobiography, 19:of them, notable men or good looking women. My father did not care for me and when I see theAutobiography, 20:a very large miniature case in silver which my father was in the habit of carrying everywhere withAutobiography, 20:old I was taken to Montreal, Canada, where my father was one of the engineers engaged in buildingAutobiography, 23:and were there for several months until my father brought her back to England to die. After herAutobiography, 23:at their place, Moor Park, Surrey. My father's health was by that time seriously impaired. LivingAutobiography, 23:back to Moor Park and were left there whilst my father (with a nurse-valet) went on a long seaAutobiography, 23:little details such as this man handing over my father's watch to my grandmother remain in one'sAutobiography, 60:that we live in Him and I know that God is our Father and that, under God's great Plan, all soulsAutobiography, 72:and we shall eventually recognize "one God and Father of all, Who is above all and through all andAutobiography, 101:of a friend's house by a Mr. Boyd-Carpenter. My father's eldest brother, William La Trobe-BatemanAutobiography, 117:did recover and was brought back to me by her father who had also been dismissed from observationAutobiography, 186:me that the only reason was that at nineteen his father took him into a medical museum and showedAutobiography, 200:something difficult to forgive in the Victorian father and mother. Today we are suffering from theAutobiography, 202:and I would like to have the mother and father of today (and here I am generalizing) leave theBethlehem, 5:which guide our wandering footsteps back to the Father's home, and the teaching which bringsBethlehem, 6:Christ called forth this recognition from the Father. The great continuity of revelation is ourBethlehem, 14:conclusions as to Their relations to the Father in Heaven or to each other, the fact stands outBethlehem, 17:epitomized when on earth in the words: "I and my Father are one." (St. John, X, 30.) That greatBethlehem, 19:because we are all the children of the one Father. To this age Christ pointed in His instructionsBethlehem, 23:to us, "Be ye therefore perfect even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect." (St. Matt., V,Bethlehem, 33:latent and essential divinity as a son of the Father. The study of the relationships of theseBethlehem, 43:of Salem (that is King of Peace). Being without father or mother or ancestry, having neitherBethlehem, 47:were, "Wist ye not that I must be about my Father's business?" (St. Luke, II, 49.) He knew that HeBethlehem, 48:had set out to do. He had fulfiled the Plan; the Father's business had been done and the "manyBethlehem, 48:to subordinate his life to the Will of the Father, and to become - as Christ became - the servantBethlehem, 53:"Philip saith unto him, Lord, shew us the Father, and it sufficeth us. "Jesus saith unto him, HaveBethlehem, 53:me, Philip? He that hath seen me hath seen the Father." (St. John, XIV, 8, 9.) Christ revealed inBethlehem, 65:the world of men drew Him and the love of the Father impelled Him. He came to give to life aBethlehem, 65:her heavenly conception, was on a journey to her father, when lo, the birth of the Messiah tookBethlehem, 68:of the building-creative aspect of God the Father. In these three people, Joseph, the infant Jesus,Bethlehem, 68:Triplicity symbolized and represented, God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, orBethlehem, 71:Then Christ will be all in all, and God the Father will be glorified. This must be brought about byBethlehem, 75:and intuition sides of the soul. These are the father-mother principle, indicated by the presenceBethlehem, 76:called His attention to herself and to His father, but only received the calm answer, spoken withBethlehem, 76:for her: "Wist ye not that I must be about my Father's business?" (St. Luke, II, 49.) ThatBethlehem, 80:all the children of God," because "one is our Father," and His call goes out for us to tread theBethlehem, 82:This, Christ taught, and for this He prayed the Father. "Neither pray I for these alone (His
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