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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - FIND
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Psychology1, 104:have long bewildered investigators and must find correct explanation. In their wise investigation,Psychology1, 104:is generally prevalent, then we shall begin to find ample proof of the existence of the soul. ItPsychology1, 112:particular. Carrying their little pitchers, they find their way to that ocean, and for themselvesPsychology1, 120:field of the various sciences. All the sciences find themselves on some one or other of the rays,Psychology1, 124:out in the four castes in India, and you will find that these four are found universally. The fourPsychology1, 126:and who work clairvoyantly and clairaudiently find that all matter sounds, all matter pulsates, andPsychology1, 127:subsidiary colors which, in the evolving Monad, find their correspondence in the spiritual TriadPsychology1, 149:of hylozoism, and is an attempt to interpret and find a meaning in the manifested phenomenal world,Psychology1, 149:of life-quality-appearance. Forget not to find the meaning behind all forms and life experiences,Psychology1, 155:spiritual forces; as he progresses he will find that he will gradually and sequentially becomePsychology1, 162:nothing. [162] The four rays of attribute, which find their synthesis in the third ray of aspect,Psychology1, 162:our problem, that the three rays of aspect find their main expression in relation to mankindPsychology1, 162:Intelligence Appearance Idols Personality. They find their secondary expression in the three bodiesPsychology1, 162:and the three aspects of the personality, find their main expression through one or other of thePsychology1, 162:to mankind, these four rays of attribute find a wide expression in connection with the four aspectsPsychology1, 174:emerging out of the ranks of every people, to find his way into the ranks of the SpiritualPsychology1, 175:of the many by the few. In Great Britain, we find the dictatorship of empire (if such a paradoxicalPsychology1, 180:spread, and personal preferences and illusions find expression, bringing about the deception of thePsychology1, 187:own environment and to the group in which you find yourself, thus awakening your associates. I callPsychology1, 211:that the characteristics of any given ray find closer correspondence with one of the other raysPsychology1, 227:and at the lowest point of manifestation, we find the divine concepts working out. The goal of thePsychology1, 229:objective condensation. Again language fails to find the needed terms. They are as yetPsychology1, 232:of the students can grow, and wherein they can find sustenance and the means to develop. Few peoplePsychology1, 233:of life and consciousness in the cosmos who find it as difficult to throw their consciousness downPsychology1, 233:into the animal forms of humanity as we would find it hard to project ourselves into thePsychology1, 237:of that kingdom's life. Students will possibly find it helpful to consider this problem from thePsychology1, 243:phenomenon to the initiate. Students would find it of interest to trace similar analogies in thePsychology1, 246:the flowers at this time. Again, readers would find it interesting to note mentally the relation ofPsychology1, 247:instance, the human and the vegetable kingdoms find their point of influential entry (using thePsychology1, 248:humanity from that process of revelation that we find the secrets, the problems, the difficultiesPsychology1, 251:domestic animals. Results: In the one case we find the third ray producing the emergence ofPsychology1, 252:same intricacy of relation and of plexus as we find in the human being and in the animal. BothPsychology1, 261:calls forth a response. Thus he is enabled to find out upon which ray his soul is found and toPsychology1, 262:in man, both subjective and objective. But we find the rays pouring through humanity as a whole,Psychology1, 268:it so difficult? In the last analysis, we shall find that the difficulty is based on the prejudicesPsychology1, 269:them) in our civilization. Because of them, we find a lax morality which is based on bewilderment,Psychology1, 272:from seeing truly, and I may thus help him to find the golden thread of light which will lead himPsychology1, 274:found who can yet see the solution, or who can find - no matter how clear his brain or erudite hisPsychology1, 275:types and the clear-thinking boys and girls, find themselves faced with a situation which defiesPsychology1, 275:which are sanctified by legal marriage, and find (on a large scale) nothing but unhappiness,Psychology1, 275:have avoided the responsibility of marriage, and find naught but discontent, frequently a secretPsychology1, 275:by complete bewilderment and the failure to find an answer to their questions. They ask the worldlyPsychology1, 276:of the saints may be cited to them; they may find themselves deluged in a flood of puritanicalPsychology1, 278:the phenomenon, [278] but it is rare indeed to find a person who truly combines within himself thePsychology1, 278:Down the ages, here and there, we find the true homosexual emerging as a guarantee of a distantPsychology1, 279:realms, but at the [279] same time, you find an experimenting in the realm of physical desire whichPsychology1, 281:it is called, must also be noted. Everywhere we find the spirit of expectancy, and the demand for aPsychology1, 286:nature left out. Seldom, very seldom, do we find the coordinated, cooperating fusion of all thePsychology1, 287:forms in which to incarnate. Sons of God can find forms in which to manifest on earth. According toPsychology1, 296:seldom is this the case, and how rare it is to find! There is no need for me to elaborate in thisPsychology1, 316:souls (in incarnation and out of incarnation) find their place, and with forty-nine correspondingPsychology1, 321:active work of the two rays above discussed, we find the fourth ray producing eventually in man thePsychology1, 321:in him of the intellect. Here again we find appearing in man his great gift of synthesis and hisPsychology1, 323:rather less of group instinctual awareness. You find this growing self-realization in the low gradePsychology1, 331:of daily living. Subjective Agency: Here we find the mind being employed as an organ of sense, as aPsychology1, 345:will leave the triple world of conflict, and find their dwelling place, whilst in the form, withinPsychology1, 363:of the trained magician will increasingly find themselves cooperating intelligently with the Plan,Psychology1, 369:the production of radiation, and we shall find that increasingly these radiations (many of whichPsychology1, 375:knowledge as to the "soul as intellect", we find a growth of understanding as to "the soul asPsychology1, 379:to express in understandable terms. I can find no better name for it - so as to express adequatelyPsychology1, 389:of divine manifestation. The reader would find it useful to consult an earlier tabulation which IPsychology1, 412:gathered some of it together and students would find it useful to familiarize themselves with thePsychology1, 421:of Attribute The four rays of attribute, which find their synthesis in the third ray of aspect,Psychology1, 421:be stated that the three rays of aspect find their main expression in relation to mankind throughPsychology1, 422:Appearance Idols The Personality. [422] They find their secondary expression in the three bodiesPsychology1, 422:and the three aspects of the personality, find their main expression through one or other of thePsychology1, 422:to mankind, these four rays of attribute find a wide expression in connection with the four aspectsPsychology1, 426:domestic animals. Results: In the one case we find the third ray producing the emergence ofPsychology1, 426:same intricacy of relation and of plexus as we find in the human being and in the animal. BothPsychology2, 9:unity. These truths are practical and hence we find today such dominant emphasis laid upon thePsychology2, 25:and the raw savage. Gradually, however, we find a steadily growing inner realization of desirePsychology2, 25:and a dim desire for peace and the urge to find that nebulous thing called "happiness" begin toPsychology2, 34:leads to the Mountain Top of Isolation, and will find it full of terror. Upon that mountain top wePsychology2, 34:with the Dweller on the Threshold, only to find that that too is an illusion. That high point ofPsychology2, 34:Then we, the Beatific Ones, will eventually find ourselves merged with all that is, in love andPsychology2, 38:spoke at last within himself: 'I cannot seem to find the Way. I try this way, and tread with forcePsychology2, 38:keenest wish. I try all ways. What shall I do to find The Way?' A cry went forth. It seemed to comePsychology2, 38:way. It passes straight between the dual worlds. Find thou that narrow, middle way. It leads you toPsychology2, 48:given, as far as in them lies, they will find as time elapses, and their reason and intuitionPsychology2, 98:it to be death. "He took a form and grieved to find it dark. "He drove Himself forth from thePsychology2, I can:We need the glory of an entering God. [I can find no other words except these last two to expressPsychology2, 101:at this time, be found. We shall, therefore, find the following psychological types coloring thePsychology2, 102:ray. Physical body - third ray. Students may find it of value to study themselves and others inPsychology2, 105:a truer phase. They rise above the personal, and find again - after felt loss and suffering - thosePsychology2, 131:life flowing through the individual server must find its own [132] channels and outlets, and thatPsychology2, 135:and, in the stress of pain, I lose myself and find Myself and enter into peace. To all this IPsychology2, 135:to occur) the mental agility of the server to find means for the justification of his own ambition.Psychology2, 138:endeavoring to work with right activity, will find their work facilitated if they understand thatPsychology2, 143:are those who investigate the form in order to find its hidden idea, its motivating power, and toPsychology2, 149:It "rejects the undesirable in order to find that which the heart craves, and thus leads the wearyPsychology2, 164:and these seven spiritual laws. Students would find it of interest to test their understanding ofPsychology2, 167:not deep under ground. Only the opened eye can find this way." Psychology2, 170:'How shall I break my tunnel down? How can I find a way?' No answer came... [171] Another pilgrimPsychology2, 172:an interesting sequence of Laws. In Law One, we find that three major ideas emerge: First of all,Psychology2, 184:importance and necessitates a frank handling. We find in the Bible the words: "In Him we live andPsychology2, 200:lead it eventually into light and peace. It will find its way into "the peace which passethPsychology2, 209:ever burn" that came into being. In our race we find the "lights which ever shine." This is thePsychology2, 238:of words, both spoken and written. Still others find themselves lost in the clouds of their ownPsychology2, 241:expressions of God's consciousness and awareness find their embryonic reflections in our modernPsychology2, 255:battlefield of the dualities he stands and must find the razor-edged path which opens up before him
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