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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - FEAR
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Magic, 309:first manifestations of astral force - Fear - fear of death, of the future, of suffering, ofMagic, 310:and the cause of all these, but when fear and depression are overcome, the race will enter into itsMagic, 310:being is scarcely ever free from some mood, some fear, some excitement. This has provided aMagic, 311:on White Magic - Rule Ten - Astral Energy and Fear The Right Use of Energy In considering theMagic, 313:on White Magic - Rule Ten - Astral Energy and Fear 3. Astral energies emanating from the new signMagic, 315:if on the second ray, and with the inspiring of fear through destruction if on the first ray. If onMagic, 315:on White Magic - Rule Ten - Astral Energy and Fear 6. The astral life, or sensitive emanations of aMagic, 318:on White Magic - Rule Ten - Astral Energy and Fear The practice of harmlessness is the best andMagic, 326:their relationship to that Power in terms of fear, of sacrifice or of propitiation. From theMagic, 344:lies in the achieving of utter fearlessness. All fear, doubt, and worry have to be eliminated. IfMagic, 344:development, and greater usefulness in service. Fear with many is not based on timidity (aMagic, 345:[345] intellect to bear on the elimination of fear in the astral body. The mental types have toMagic, 345:keeping the channel clear. Do not crush out fear. Force it out by the dynamic power ofMagic, 345:that students in the group should cure the fear habit by - 3. A direct method of relaxation,Magic, 345:Having a strong mental body, you clothe your fear reactions with mental matter, highly vitalized,Magic, 347:color violet. With these precautions in mind the fear vibration can be faced and eventuallyMagic, 347:Fears fall into two categories for the worker: - Fear of what the future holds, and, secondly,Magic, 349:that the reward becomes apparent; but cease from fear, and know that the personality is onlyMagic, 473:fast the doors of thought to hate and pain, to fear, and jealousy and low desire, must firstMagic, 474:of thought. Sentinel desire. [474] Cast out all fear, all hate, all greed. Look out and up. BecauseMagic, 480:fire of anxiety, of foreboding, of worry, and of fear is burning up our thoughts and engrossing ourMagic, 494:The mind of man is so little developed that fear of the unknown, terror of the unfamiliar, andMagic, 499:he could but realize it. Once men have lost the fear of death and have established an understandingMagic, 499:not visualize the time when instead of tears and fear and the refusal to recognize the inevitable,Magic, 503:of consciousness which will do away with all fear of death and link the physical and astral planesMagic, 625:this, there must be courage of the rarest kind. Fear holds the world in thrall, and no one isMagic, 625:and for the disciple there are two kinds of fear which require to be especially considered. TheMagic, 625:fears arising out of the sex life, physical fear and terror, fear of the unknown, with thatMagic, 625:out of the sex life, physical fear and terror, fear of the unknown, with that dominating fear ofMagic, 625:fear of the unknown, with that dominating fear of death which colors so many lives) and have beenMagic, 626:a growing freedom from the thralldom of age-old fear concepts. The student finds himself becomingMagic, 626:that peculiar quality of the planetary life, - fear reactions, leading to activity of some kind. AsMagic, 626:of self-preservation has its root in an innate fear of death; through the presence of this fear,Magic, 626:fear of death; through the presence of this fear, the race has fought its way to its present pointMagic, 626:comfort have all grown out of this basic fear. All has tended to the persistence of the individual,Magic, 626:and as a kingdom in nature, as a result of this fear tendency, this instinctual reaction of theMagic, 626:The instinct of sex has its main root in the fear of separateness and of isolation, and in a revoltMagic, 627:that of self-assertion, is also based on fear; it connotes the fear of the individual that he willMagic, 627:is also based on fear; it connotes the fear of the individual that he will fail of recognition andMagic, 627:The instinct to enquire in its turn is based on fear of he unknown, but out of this fear hasMagic, 627:is based on fear of he unknown, but out of this fear has emerged - as a result of agelong enquiry -Magic, 627:- A Call to Service These tendencies, based on fear have (because man is divine) acted as aMagic, 630:the aspirant has peculiar concern? What of the fear of public opinion, and fear of failure? TheseMagic, 630:concern? What of the fear of public opinion, and fear of failure? These are two potent factors inMagic, 630:the significance of service are prone to fear that what they do will be criticized and misjudged,Magic, 634:second great test of the sensitive disciple is fear of failure. This is based on past experienceMagic, 634:today. Never before has there been a time when fear of failure has more widely haunted the humanMagic, 634:for a disciple to ponder upon a failure or to fear failing. There is no such thing as failure;Meditation, 43:is based primarily on selfish motive. You fear further pain, you shrink from further [44] sadMeditation, 44:one to seek. Should lying tongues take action, fear not, but forge ahead. A lie is a thing of earthMeditation, 137:permits no entrance. The elimination of all fear. The forces of evolution vibrate more rapidly thanMeditation, 137:and in this fact lies a recognizable security. Fear causes weakness; weakness causes aMeditation, 137:force may enter. The factor of entrance is the fear of the man himself, who opens thus the door. AMeditation, 159:in skin diseases, and in some forms of anemia. Fear and forebodings, worry and despair. These typesMeditation, 338:most easily to violent vibrations, such as fear, worry, personality desire of any kind, personalityMeditation, 346:and carries all on in line with the law. No fear or worry or care shake the emotional body of thePatanjali, 137:or the sense of unity will death, danger and fear pass out of the ken of the human family. Patanjali, 150:term he will note that it covers not only the fear of evil in suffering, but also the fear ofPatanjali, 150:only the fear of evil in suffering, but also the fear of failure in the spiritual body in service.Patanjali, 150:It is the unknown and its possibilities that we fear both for ourselves and others, and this in itsPatanjali, 175:evolution of the body of feeling, the astral. Fear. As the mental body develops and thePatanjali, 175:of the thinking principle become more rapid, fear and that which it produces begin to demonstrate.Patanjali, 175:to demonstrate. This is not the instinctual fear of animals and of the savage races, which is basedPatanjali, 177:me; they call forth no response from me." Fear therefore is eliminated for there is nothing in thePatanjali, 357:is enmeshed in the web of the emotions; desire, fear, ambition, passion; and impeded by the mentalProblems, 14:jealousies, [14] ancient distrusts and hatreds, fear and a refusal to recognize the facts producedProblems, 22:in the world; and the first reaction has been fear, based on certain initial mistakes and herProblems, 47:and set him free from the inhibitions which fear generates, will enable him to attain even higherProblems, 47:atmosphere? 1. An atmosphere of love wherein fear is cast out and the child realizes that he has noProblems, 49:the impartation of facts but the dissipation of fear, the demonstration that love does exist in theProblems, 64:and peace and plenty in the place of terror, fear and starvation. Problems, 69:conscious people in the British [69] Empire who fear the growing power of the masses and who hangProblems, 72:they insure silence through threat, cash and fear; they amass wealth and buy a spurious popularityProblems, 78:Labor is today a dictatorship, using threat, fear and force to gain its ends. Many of its leadersProblems, 93:in every land - great and small - are full of fear and questioning; they are worn by the war, sickProblems, 110:vision, with patience and without hatred or fear, the cultural history of our planet will beProblems, 114:world of men which is today full of distrust and fear and hardly aware of what is really needed -Problems, 127:in the Oriental faiths) and of his sense of fear, inherited from the animal side of his nature -Problems, 134:Broadly speaking, everyone has known terror, fear and hopelessness as they face the future;Problems, 143:or of the churchmen who seek - through doctrine, fear and threat - to keep people in line with theProblems, 146:but held at a distance by the theologies and the fear-tactics of the church. His coming will not beProblems, 172:of the family of nations; it is materialism and fear, plus a lack of spiritual interest, whichProblems, 173:which permit the wrong men to be in power; it is fear of the rest of the world which makes thePsychology1, xx:Above all, there must be the elimination of fear. With this I have dealt at length in A Treatise onPsychology1, xx:because the world cries out for help, cast away fear and go forward with joy and courage into thePsychology1, 79:The workers veil their eyes from pity as from fear. The work is all that counts. The form mustPsychology1, 184:Death will lose its terrors, and that particular fear will come to an end. Men are so occupied withPsychology1, 186:collapse of the fabric of civilization as the fear-mongers indicate. But we shall anticipate noPsychology1, 231:be the supreme authority in a particular group, fear of interlopers and of terminologiesPsychology1, 256:is not done through the evocation [256] of love, fear or pain. It is intended to be a purely mentalPsychology1, 257:may be more rapidly developed. To offset the fear found in humanity as a whole (as far as thePsychology1, 257:into and through all forms, a good deal of the fear present was offset. Since that time the numberPsychology1, 276:those who refrain from wrong doing because they fear the results, either today in the physical bodyPsychology1, 342:at present an unfamiliar landscape, and to the fear and instability which man feels when he comesPsychology2, 38:web hide the divine reality. He lost himself. Fear entered in. He asked himself: 'Another patternPsychology2, 76:strength, the tired and world-weary man has no fear of the detaching process and seeks not to holdPsychology2, 171:and for their sake, he hid his shame, his fear, his hopelessness and his despair. He uttered wordsPsychology2, 234:immanent, we have, therefore, no cause for real fear or foreboding. God's instincts are strongerPsychology2, 249:Their failure is based on various things - on a fear that the use of the mind will cripplePsychology2, 436:anti-social human being, or unpopular, full of fear of life, or expressing, in many [437] other
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