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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - FATHER
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Rays, 107:appearance. From the angle of the Will or the Father, these appearances in time and through spaceRays, 110:seed of the future. The will-to-good is the Father aspect, whilst goodwill is the Mother aspect,Rays, 141:will; from that moment the initiate says, "Father, not my will but Thine be done." Just a little ofRays, 173:the words so familiar to Christians, "I and the Father are One." This He also attempted toRays, 219:with world need, and with relationship with the Father or with the Monad. But disciples andRays, 223:and the life of the Christ ascended to the Father. Ponder upon the significances of these phrases.Rays, 223:principle or intermediary between man and the Father is any longer required; the Monad and theRays, 276:you understand brotherhood in terms of the One Father and His children. That understanding is inRays, 289:divinely focused - that forced Him to cry out: "Father, not my will but Thine be done." He receivedRays, 290:divine Idea as it existed in the mind of the "Father," dawned on His soul (not on His mind, but onRays, 313:on Earth) becomes determined to "go to the Father" or to demonstrate the highest aspect ofRays, 313:the Temple, "Wist ye not that I must be about My Father's business?" I would have you note that: HeRays, 314:His mother) and also as a soul (He spoke to His father), but He was controlled by neither; He nowRays, 314:expresses it. The exclamation of the Christ, "Father, not my will, but Thine be done," indicatedRays, 315:there is also an awakening realization of the Father aspect, of the nature of the will, of theRays, 316:there is only a developing recognition of the Father and a slowly growing response to the monad,Rays, 317:for we are equally and essentially sons of the Father or expressions of the Monad, [318] the One.Rays, 455:the initiate. It enables him to say: "I and my Father are one." It is for this reason that theRays, 464:is as follows: Utilizes the sutratma: 1. The Father Aspect This is the underlying Plan of God TheRays, 475:and there then comes the revelation of the Father. This is the final and far-reaching result of theRays, 475:of the soul - between spirit and matter, between Father and Mother. It is evidence that "spirit hasRays, 476:with intention and with understanding: "I and my Father are one." The above is a brief and probablyRays, 494:which the life of soul and body can travel. The Father (Monad), working through the thread, nowRays, 507:absorbed into the Monad. The words "I and my Father are one" become true. The astral body alsoRays, 508:express its mode of work is Inspiration. The Father inspires response from the material aspect, orRays, 522:than He had done, because He was going "to the Father." He, in those words, pointed beyond HimselfRays, 522:divine consciousness, and his relation to the Father, the Monad. They enable him to become the soulRays, 523:further on ahead - called by the Christ "the Father's House." At the fourth initiation he becomesRays, 524:traverse the "rainbow bridge" and to "go to the Father" (as He told His disciples), thus movingRays, 528:and we considered the disciple invoking his Father in Heaven, the Monad. Now, we have brieflyRays, 576:Who was so conscious that He "must be about His Father's business" that He defied His parents,Rays, 599:they hear that which is called "the voice of the Father" speaking to the transfigured Jesus. Rays, 635:saying always, "I must arise and go to my Father." The motive given to the Prodigal Son in theRays, 697:the Christ submitting His will to that of His Father in Heaven. Rays, 706:He has several times heard "the Voice of the Father." This is a symbolical phrase, indicatingRays, 706:the Monad, the Spirit, the One, the Life, the Father. Each time that that Voice spoke, it gave himRays, 709:what Christ meant when He said, "I and my Father are one." In the earlier stages on the Path ofRays, 715:the great head of the Hierarchy, the Christ: "Father, not my will but Thine be done." Then comesRays, 730:Son, who said "I will arise and go to my Father," and by the story of the resurrection in which theRays, 730:The Son of God has found His way back to the Father and to His originating Source, that state ofRays, 757:a great method of integration. It links the Father, the Christ and humanity in one greatRays, 757:existing between all beings in all forms and the Father. The possibility which He there expressedRays, 757:The Great Invocation relates the will of the Father (or of Shamballa), the love of the Hierarchy,Reappearance, 9:We are all Gods, all the children of the One Father, as the latest of the Avatars, the Christ, hasReappearance, 19:but He will come to restore man's faith in the Father's love, in the fact of the livingness of theReappearance, 24:the synchronization of His will with that of the Father, and the fact that this synchronization ledReappearance, 24:in that He told us to "be perfect even as our Father in Heaven is perfect," what is there wrong inReappearance, 25:decisions, and which forced Him to cry out: "Father, not my will but Thine be done." These wordsReappearance, 25:divine Idea (as it existed in the mind of the Father) [26] dawned upon His soul - not on His mind,Reappearance, 26:with the divine intention of God Himself, the Father, the Lord of the World upon levels ofReappearance, 27:the Temple, "Wist ye not that I must be about my Father's business?" We should note here that HeReappearance, 28:Then in the Garden of Gethsemane He said, "Father, not My will but Thine be done," thus indicatingReappearance, 38:spiritual Beings Who live and dwell in the "Father's House," in the "center where the will of GodReappearance, 39:right action of the men of goodwill. From the Father's House (the "center where the will of God isReappearance, 39:the Christ, the answer has been flung back: "Father, Thy will be done." Down in our struggling,Reappearance, 39:For the three great spiritual centers: the Father's House, the Kingdom of God, and awakeningReappearance, 39:we read in The New Testament that "the Father spoke to Him" or that "He heard a Voice," unheard byReappearance, 39:spiritually called) was given to Him. Only the Father, the planetary Logos, the "One in Whom weReappearance, 40:importance - the affirmative Voice of the Father, recognizing that which the Christ has done. WhenReappearance, 40:and the Christ will together pass before the Father, the Lord of the World, will together see theReappearance, 40:- it has given rise to certain activities in the Father's House. These will result in the glory ofReappearance, 44:the Lord of the World, the Ancient of Days, the Father of all, plus the Creative Energies andReappearance, 45:and symbolically - link up and represent the Father's House, the Kingdom of God and Humanity. [46]Reappearance, 46:not only the Kingdom of God but also the Father and the Father's Home. There is the Festival ofReappearance, 46:the Kingdom of God but also the Father and the Father's Home. There is the Festival of Easter, theReappearance, 49:things shall ye do, because I go unto my Father." (John XIV, 12.) He here indicates that thisReappearance, 49:12.) He here indicates that this passing to the Father's House would result in such an inflow ofReappearance, 51:by the three apostles, a voice came from the Father's Home in recognition of the revealed divinityReappearance, 53:thread of the divine Will as it issued from the Father's House (Shamballa), passed into theReappearance, 53:almost despair - was submerged in that of the Father. "Father," He said, "not My will but Thine beReappearance, 53:despair - was submerged in that of the Father. "Father," He said, "not My will but Thine be done."Reappearance, 53:mankind, anchored or established the Father's Will on Earth and made it possible for intelligentReappearance, 53:out. Hitherto, that Will had been known in the Father's House; it had been recognized and adaptedReappearance, 53:out of that Plan. The will-to-good of the Father's House can become the goodwill of the Kingdom ofReappearance, 55:pass to a still more exalted position in the Father's House or to some distant place of serviceReappearance, 57:His with the Will of God (His Father's business) in such a manner that the eternalReappearance, 58:it is one which [58] has been anticipated in the Father's House (Shamballa) for thousands of years.Reappearance, 58:the Spiritual Hierarchy and Humanity (the Father's House, the Kingdom of God and the World of Men)Reappearance, 58:(in a fashion unknown before) not only the Father's House, which is the source of all our planetaryReappearance, 64:known only to the inscrutable will of God the Father, Christ will issue forth from His seat at theReappearance, 70:and is (if it may be so expressed) closer to the Father and to the One Universal Life than everReappearance, 70:of God. No longer need Christ, in agony say, "Father, not my will but Thine be done"; He has todayReappearance, 70:today no personal will but only the will of His Father animates Him and the ability to makeReappearance, 87:centuries ago, He said, "No man cometh unto the Father but by me." (John XIV, 6.) This was aReappearance, 88:growing group to that higher center where the Father is contacted, where, recognition of Sonship isReappearance, 99:that center which He always referred to as "the Father's House"; it was this realization which ledReappearance, 99:than He had done and that He had to go to His Father. His arriving at the conclusion that He mustReappearance, 104:depicted the Prodigal Son's journey back to the Father's house, and the tests and trials which allReappearance, 114:38.) He proved His acquiescence when He cried, "Father, not my will but Thine be done." SubmissionReappearance, 117:them to "Be ye, therefore, perfect, even as your Father which is in Heaven is perfect." (Matt., V,Reappearance, 124:we were all sons of God and own one universal Father will, in the near future, no longer beReappearance, 131:force which leads each pilgrim back to the Father's House. It is that force which stirs in theReappearance, 145:children of God" (Gal., III, 26.); "One is our Father, even God," says the Christ and so say allReappearance, 165:cataclysmic disasters - was but the broom of the Father of all, sweeping away all obstructions inReappearance, 170:for what They are, but They go about the Father's business, demonstrating goodwill, seeking toReappearance, 170:- consciously or unconsciously - invoking the Father of all on behalf of themselves and of the restSoul, 57:and substance form or matter. Life is the father and begets, substance is the mother and conceives.Soul, 125:on earth? "He that hath seen me hath seen the Father." (John XIV, 9.) He said also, "He thatSoul, 125:than these shall he do; because I go unto My Father" (John XIV, 12.) He was the Soul incarnate inSoul, 125:the Soul incarnate in the body, revealing the Father, the Spirit, and through the mechanism of the
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