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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GLANDS

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Healing, 625:It is not my intention to analyze the various glands, noting how they respond to the awakened orHealing, 625:man, it may emphatically be stated, is what his glands make him, but they, in their turn, are onlyHealing, 626:physical equipment of a man through treating the glands themselves; little real progress has beenHealing, 626:results of the activity or the inactivity of the glands have been noted; certain types of peopleHealing, 626:the world of causes (as far as the endocrine glands are concerned) is the etheric body with itsHealing, 626:the fact that all work in relation to the glands must be shifted away from the seven effects orHealing, 627:via certain centers, and thus affecting certain glands in the area of the physical body which isHealing, 627:the centers and connects those centers with the glands. Forget not that this constitutes anHercules, 110:shields and guards one of the most important glands in the body, the pituitary. When this gland isHercules, 111:endocrine system shows corresponding physical glands in the same locations. One of these, theMagic, 31:for the condition and nature of his organs, his glands, and his outer aspects. This is the soul andMagic, 43:call the brain as a unified organism. The three glands, carotid, pineal and pituitary. The twoMagic, 44:physical plane has to express itself. The three glands in the head are closely related to the soulMagic, 285:Self-perpetuation Sex organs Sacral center Sex glands. 5. Mental life Cerebro-spinal system AjnaMagic, 285:of their existence as the centers are of the glands) is the medium of many forces and energies -Magic, 452:for the condition and nature of his organs, his glands, and his outer aspect. This is the soul andMagic, 588:that the endocrine system and the seven major glands, in particular, are the effectualPatanjali, 305:they have produced physical correspondences or glands. Their vibration is such that already in allPatanjali, 305:and take the entire man under control. The glands corresponding to the three centers are: ThePatanjali, 306:sun force, in the body. [306] There are other glands having a close relation to the various centersPatanjali, 306:the same close relation existing between the glands associated with the centers below the diaphragmPsychology1, 5:no more than his nervous system, brain and glands permit. We find, however, that some of thePsychology1, 59:seven centers of force, and to the seven major glands which determine the quality of the physicalPsychology2, 117:body. These two centers (externalized by the two glands, the pineal gland and the pituitary body)Psychology2, 265:but with a responsive physical body and glands which are functioning well will frequently prove aPsychology2, 301:with its emphasis upon equipment, upon the glands and their effects, upon dreams and theirPsychology2, 412:to, or in relation to, the seven sets of major glands: The pineal gland. The pituitary body. ThePsychology2, 412:The pituitary body. The thyroid and parathyroid glands. The thymus gland. The pancreas. ThePsychology2, 423:of all to the physical equipment and to the glands, particularly to the thyroid gland, plus thePsychology2, 434:externalization, or physical counterpart. The glands condition the man through the blood stream,Psychology2, 479:major centers in the body. In many cases, the glands indicate the condition of the centers. Thus anPsychology2, 521:anent the seven major centers, the seven major glands and the localities and areas in the humanPsychology2, 521:and areas in the human body where these glands and centers are to be found. I would also beg you toPsychology2, 529:modern endocrinologist knows that the adrenal glands, when stimulated, produce (as a psychologicalPsychology2, 551:to the sacral and solar plexus centers. The glands - major and minor, endocrine and lymphatic - inPsychology2, 553:physical body and involve also the parathyroid glands. The metabolism of the body is upset bringingRays, 431:It is powerfully conditioned by three major glands which are found in close relation to the brainRays, 431:and closely related in the spiritual man. These glands are objective correspondences of the threeRays, 431:Where the relation is close between the three glands - as is increasingly the case where disciplesRays, 432:medulla oblongata, becomes related to other glands and centers. The brain, as transmitter, becomesRays, 671:relation between the two centers and the two glands, then the first initiation becomes possible.Rays, 672:between the two head centers and the two glands within the head. When that line of light hasSoul, 10:author makes between the Western study of the glands and the Eastern study of the "centers." TheSoul, 11:by centering, in the main, on the study of the glands, that are the pace-makers, so to speak, ofSoul, 19:about Man is that he is the creature of his glands of internal secretion. That is, Man as aSoul, 19:by an electric current. Man is regulated by his Glands of Internal Secretion. At the beginning ofSoul, 20:of detailed facts." - Berman, Louis, M.D., The Glands Regulating Personality, p. 26. Soul, 22:amount of the internal secretions of his various glands." - Rubin, Herman H., M.D., Your MysteriousSoul, 22:- Rubin, Herman H., M.D., Your Mysterious Glands, p. 54. Some schools go so far to denySoul, 30: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior Chapter II The Glands and Human BehaviorSoul, 30:- Glands and Human Behavior Chapter II The Glands and Human Behavior The study of the glands is inSoul, 30:The Glands and Human Behavior The study of the glands is in its infancy. Throughout the literatureSoul, 30:It is true that the secretions of certain glands have been discovered, and that even in commonSoul, 30:in certain cases, but the secretions of most glands are unknown or have only partly been isolated.Soul, 30:need not hesitate to venture upon the subject of glands and their secretions and effects, and,Soul, 31:men and psychologists, infer from a study of the glands, and what they judge their effects to be onSoul, 31:- in short, for the man himself. Understand the glands, they say, and behold the man. InSoul, 31:they say, and behold the man. In considering glands in this sense, I shall quote largely from theSoul, 32:such playful expressions. Before considering the glands themselves, it is well to decide what weSoul, 32: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior Psychology, therefore, is the science ofSoul, 34:the nervous system, and the system of ductless glands, which two systems are found functioning inSoul, 34:parallel activities in the system of ductless glands (and the muscular system) and the interlockingSoul, 34:activity is so great that, unless the ductless glands are functioning normally, there will be noSoul, 35:in the form of the work of the muscles and glands and, at the same time, as transforming device,Soul, 35:is made, but the nervous system and the ductless glands as the intelligent and emotional responseSoul, 36:in, or in connection with, the ductless glands." (Ibid., p. 189) Dr. Rubin says "we are now rapidlySoul, 36:or not we have been born with normal ductless glands." - Rubin, H. H., Your Mysterious Glands, p.Soul, 36:glands." - Rubin, H. H., Your Mysterious Glands, p. 10. And Dr. Leary says, "The emotions are moreSoul, 36:interceptors and unstriped muscles and ductless glands" than instincts are." - Leary, Daniel B.,Soul, 36:body of an individual." - Cobb, I. G., M.D., The Glands of Destiny, p. 5. Dr. Cobb also tells us inSoul, 36:us in his Introduction that: "The action of the glands in determining the bodily build isSoul, 37:by a [37] particular arrangement of the ductless glands, so does the mind receive its quota fromSoul, 37:from the same source." - Cobb, I. G., M.D., The Glands of Destiny, pp. 3,6. Professor J. S. HuxleySoul, 37:largely an affair of the balance of the various glands of internal secretion - thyroid, pituitary,Soul, 37:profound effect on temperament exercised by the glands of internal secretion, such as the thyroidSoul, 37:such as the thyroid or the interstitial glands or the adrenals. The stimulation of certain of theseSoul, 37:adrenals. The stimulation of certain of these glands, or the injection of their products, orSoul, 38: The Soul and its Mechanism - Glands and Human Behavior The consideration, therefore, of theSoul, 38:The consideration, therefore, of the ductless glands and of their effect not only on physicalSoul, 38:well, is of vital importance. What then are the glands? And, especially, what are the ductlessSoul, 38:glands? And, especially, what are the ductless glands often mentioned? Dr. Cobb tells us: "GlandsSoul, 38:glands often mentioned? Dr. Cobb tells us: "Glands may be divided into two main groups, those whichSoul, 38:with the drainage system - the lymphatic glands - and those which secrete products for use in theSoul, 38:for use in the bodily work. The lymphatic glands do not concern us here. The second group, whoseSoul, 38:of two subdivisions. "The first of these contain glands with ducts, down which they discharge theirSoul, 38:blood stream. These are known as the ductless glands, or 'endocrine organs' and their products haveSoul, 38:has been applied to the study of the glands of internal secretion." - Cobb, L G., M.D., The GlandsSoul, 38:of internal secretion." - Cobb, L G., M.D., The Glands of Destiny, p. 1. The word "endocrine" itSoul, 39:separate." Dr. Rubin says: [39] "These ductless glands or organs of secretion are often referred toSoul, 39:are often referred to as the 'endocrine glands.' Their secretions are absorbed directly into theSoul, 39:- Rubin, H. H., M.D., Your Mysterious Glands, pp. 8, 9. This system of endocrine glands forms aSoul, 39:Glands, pp. 8, 9. This system of endocrine glands forms a unit functionally, working in the utmostSoul, 39:a perfect corporation. Of this corporation the glands of internal secretion are the directors...Soul, 39:board of governors." - Berman, Louis, M.D., The Glands Regulating Personality, pp. 96,97. All theSoul, 39:Regulating Personality, pp. 96,97. All the glands, in fact, work in unison. They are known toSoul, 39:of the peculiar hormones of the different glands, and the nervous system [40] seems moreSoul, 40:or abnormal, functioning of the endocrine glands. From this discussion of the endocrine system weSoul, 40:to the question: What, then, are the ductless glands, one by one? Beginning with the head, andSoul, 40:the head, and working downwards, there are seven glands of special importance to be listed. TheseSoul, 40:was written, experiments with the ductless glands have continued. Details given here are not final
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