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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GLAMOR
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Externalisation, 357:dark aspect has been brought about by ages of glamor. The light is being emphasized and made clearExternalisation, 358:by the energy of illumination, the world of glamor and bring many thousands on to the Path ofExternalisation, 359:with the entire problem of ending the world glamor and illusion which fundamentally lie behind theExternalisation, 359:the Buddha and the Christ. Within the world of glamor - the world of the astral plane and ofExternalisation, 359:eventually make possible the dissipation of glamor. Within the world of illusion - the world of theExternalisation, 360:and will inevitably shatter illusion and dispel glamor - the one by the intuitive recognition ofExternalisation, 360:the first planetary effort to dissipate world glamor; the Christ made the first planetary effortExternalisation, 360:will consequently see more clearly. The world glamor is being steadily removed from the ways ofExternalisation, 361:of this process will be the dissipation of glamor and the release of the human spirit from theExternalisation, 362:beginning of the process which will dissipate glamor; the second result will be the irradiation ofExternalisation, 363:this immediate illustration of teaching anent glamor, illusion and maya because the whole worldExternalisation, 432:and clear thinking is normal. The potency of glamor (which holds so many people in prison) isExternalisation, 432:people in prison) is related to this mystery. Glamor holds not those who are mentally andExternalisation, 432:baldly. The highly developed are not subject to glamor; they also think realistically but this timeExternalisation, 432:by his emotions, is exceedingly prone to glamor, and very often to the glamor of a sentimentalExternalisation, 432:prone to glamor, and very often to the glamor of a sentimental so-called loving attitude. TheseExternalisation, 439:through those nations who had succumbed to the glamor of superiority, to the temptation of materialExternalisation, 465:cycle of emotional distress, of agony, of glamor and illusion, and of materialistic desires whichExternalisation, 470:so morbid has been mankind and so enveloped in glamor and illusion, that His death has beenExternalisation, 479:of awareness and sensitivity, all that dispels glamor and illusion and that disruptsExternalisation, 531:Although for Them no astral plane exists and glamor is entirely non-existent, They have to learn toExternalisation, 531:the animal kingdom), to traverse this region of glamor and then to "demonstrate light inExternalisation, 688:(which is so familiar to us all) weakens, and glamor and illusion are negated by a rapidFire, VII:from the limitations and follies, of mystery, glamor, claim-making and impracticality, by theFire, 892:dense physical activities through the agency of glamor, and cast a veil over their objectiveFire, 892:vision is present then they can be seen, for the glamor, as we understand it, is only a veil overFire, 947:light, producing a subsidiary or secondary glamor, or reflected [948] light which intensifies theGlamour Glamor - A World Problem - Publisher's Statement Publisher's Statement In Discipleship in the NewGlamour1935 to 1944. In various places in the text of Glamor - A World Problem references are made to theGlamour, xi: Glamor - A World Problem - Certain Preliminary Clarifications Certain Preliminary ClarificationsGlamour, 2: Glamor - A World Problem - Certain Preliminary Clarifications I. Definition of the Intuition TheGlamour, 6: Glamor - A World Problem - Certain Preliminary Clarifications II. The Mode of Awakening theGlamour, 7: Glamor - A World Problem - Certain Preliminary Clarifications Symbols have to be studied in threeGlamour, 10: Glamor - A World Problem - Certain Preliminary Clarifications We have consequently the followingGlamour, 14: Glamor - A World Problem - Certain Preliminary Clarifications It is an ancient statement of fact,Glamour, 15:the developed intuition can do is to break the glamor and illusion which invade the life. One ofGlamour, 15:is to aid in the work of smashing world glamor. Such work can be done when you have awakened theGlamour, 15:as an instrument for the breaking of group glamor wherever it may be found. I refer to thisGlamour, 15:knowledge and that intelligent understanding of glamor, both individual and planetary, which willGlamour, 15:of the subject and of the methods whereby glamor can be dissipated can be materially increased.Glamour, 15:written or taught hitherto anent the subject of glamor, and it may mean much of value if weGlamour, 16:to each other's need in the recent period of glamor. It is my intention, therefore, to change yourGlamour, 16:change the focus of attention to a deep study of glamor. Herein will lie your service, for as youGlamour, 17:aptitude for work along the line of dispelling glamor at the period of the full moon. Contact isGlamour, 17: Glamor - A World Problem - Certain Preliminary Clarifications I will, therefore, ask you toGlamour, 17:emotional nature, with consequent and subsequent glamor. You will have to exercise the deepestGlamour, 18:scientific investigation of illusion and world glamor. An increase in the right methods of healing.Glamour, 18:1875, but united effort to dispel the world glamor is only now in process of organizing and thisGlamour, 19:is to study and understand the significance of glamor and the laws for its dissipation. Record andGlamour, 19:I have to say to you as regards the subject of Glamor falls into certain broad generalizations suchGlamour, 19:broad generalizations such as: The Nature of Glamor. The Causes of Glamor. The Dissipation ofGlamour, 19:such as: The Nature of Glamor. The Causes of Glamor. The Dissipation of Glamor. [20] As we proceedGlamour, 19:Glamor. The Causes of Glamor. The Dissipation of Glamor. [20] As we proceed we shall divide ourGlamour, 20: Glamor - A World Problem - Certain Preliminary Clarifications There are four phrases which haveGlamour, 20:so-called occultists and esotericists. They are: glamor, illusion, maya and the expression, theGlamour, 20:to the limitations of the human consciousness. Glamor has oft been regarded as a curious attempt ofGlamour, 20:when they are "up against" some aspect of glamor, feeling that their demonstration of disciplineGlamour, 20:their fine work by submerging them in clouds of glamor. Nothing could be further from the truth.Glamour, 20:from the truth. That idea is itself part of the glamor of the present time, and has its roots inGlamour, 21:into the mind and the brain. The Problem of Glamor is found when the mental illusion is intensifiedGlamour, 21:What the Theosophist calls "kama-manas" produces glamor. It is illusion on the astral plane. [22]Glamour, 22:plus the intense activity produced when both glamor and illusion are realized on etheric levels. ItGlamour, 22:live. The Dweller on the Threshold is illusion-glamor-maya, as realized by the physical brain andGlamour, 22:when he seeks to pierce through the accumulated glamor of the ages and find his true home in theGlamour, 22: Glamor - A World Problem - Certain Preliminary Clarifications As to the causes of this worldGlamour, 22:the disciple is the dissipation of much of the glamor in which mankind is immersed and which,Glamour, 22:in meditation as the weight of the world glamor is increasingly [23] realized, and hence the vitalGlamour, 23:of the process whereby a vital part of the world glamor may be dissipated - if only all men ofGlamour, 23:arhats will strike a second blow at the world glamor. It is for this that we prepare. Only theGlamour, 23:for this training. If you can overcome glamor in your own lives and if you can, therefore,Glamour, 23:of the general maya, The dissipation of glamor, The dispelling of illusion. [24] This you have toGlamour, 24:existing between these four aspects of the world glamor. Say each day, with care and thought, aGlamour, 24:seven keys to the secret of the elimination of glamor. The formula (which is not essentially aGlamour, 24:intuition and apply these all to the subject of glamor and see at what knowledge you will arrive.Glamour, 26: Glamor - A World Problem - The Nature of Glamor SECTION ONE The Nature of Glamor In the precedingGlamour, 26: Glamor - A World Problem - The Nature of Glamor SECTION ONE The Nature of Glamor In the precedingGlamour, 26:- The Nature of Glamor SECTION ONE The Nature of Glamor In the preceding pages we dealt withGlamour, 26:used interchangeably) dealing with illusion and glamor. We found that: Illusion is primarily of aGlamour, 26:intellectual than emotional. They have outgrown glamor as usually understood. It is theGlamour, 26:they are guilty, and of misinterpretations. Glamor is astral in character, and is far more potentGlamour, 26:influence of the mental illusion or astral glamor or of both in combination. The Dweller on theGlamour, 26:as a result of his interior illusion, his astral glamor and the maya surrounding his entire life.Glamour, 27:the medium whereby you are tuned in on the world glamor and illusion. The emphasis has been laid inGlamour, 27:Through the activity of such groups, the world glamor will be dissipated, [28] but first of all theGlamour, 28:must learn to deal with individual and group glamor. It is necessary to remember the followingGlamour, 28:the group activity, usefulness, problem and glamor. Hence emerges individual group responsibilityGlamour, 28:auric condition, which is either in a state of glamor or illusion or is kept relatively free fromGlamour, 28:direction of each of you lies, and whether it is glamor, illusion or maya to which you habituallyGlamour, 29: Glamor - A World Problem - The Nature of Glamor As you deal with illusion and as you free yourGlamour, 29: Glamor - A World Problem - The Nature of Glamor As you deal with illusion and as you free yourGlamour, 29:its effects, and as you dissipate the astral glamor in which you are all more or less immersed, youGlamour, 31:emotional types respond with facility to world glamor and to their own individual inherited andGlamour, 31:their own individual inherited and self-induced glamor. The bulk of the people are purely emotionalGlamour, 31:my brother, and usually entirely absent. Glamor has been likened to a mist or fog in which theGlamour, 31:a somewhat advanced aspirant, he is aware of the glamor and occasionally sees in a flash in whatGlamour, 31:truth for him may lie. But then again the glamor settles down upon him and he is rendered powerlessGlamour, 32:they constitute blend and merge with the world glamor and fog and form part of the miasmas andGlamour, 32: Glamor - A World Problem - The Nature of Glamor I would point out to you that, in Lemurian days,Glamour, 32: Glamor - A World Problem - The Nature of Glamor I would point out to you that, in Lemurian days,Glamour, 32:I would point out to you that, in Lemurian days, glamor and illusion were relatively unknown from
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