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

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Psychology2, 597:having been constantly directed to some outside goal and not (as should have been the case) to thePsychology2, 598:the Mystical Vision This process of sensing the goal, of contacting the ideal and of visioning thePsychology2, 600:attention and instead of indicating to him a goal to which he might some day attain, or existing inPsychology2, 600:lived always within his own thought-form of this goal. This powerful dream, this definedPsychology2, 600:here that the true attainment of the mystical goal, so that it is no longer seen but is realized asPsychology2, 632:the reign of materialism. It is, after all, the goal which all true knowers and spiritually mindedPsychology2, 634:based on a realization of divine origin and goal, which knows no [635] class distinction, noPsychology2, 701:of divine impulsation. It has been sure of its goal temporarily and it has known that the soul isPsychology2, 701:is the directing factor; some dim idea of the goal and of the purposes underlying those impulsesPsychology2, 739:all be averted, however, if those who know the goal and see the vision and the emergingRays, 38:clear and definite stages: A recognition of the goal. This goal is often expressed under the wordRays, 38:definite stages: A recognition of the goal. This goal is often expressed under the word "the door."Rays, 38:rules, of the entering one towards a visioned goal. This involves conformity to that which has beenRays, 42:personality or the soul. For the first time, the goal of the higher Way and the attainment ofRays, 53:two words hold the secret of manifestation. The goal of the initiate is identification with allRays, 62:within his consciousness becomes his major goal, but only in reference to the whole creativeRays, 66:initiate indicates within the three worlds the goal of attainment. Rays, 79:you know - nine is the number of initiation. The goal of all the initiatory process is to admitRays, 79:light. It is in reality devotion to an unseen goal, ever on ahead, and an unswerving recognition ofRays, 89:Christ in time and space reaches [89] His goal of achievement, recognition of this comes to Him atRays, 96:to the fourth Creative Hierarchy, embodying its goal as the Aryan root-race can sense andRays, 108:desire, then by aspiration towards some visioned goal, then by his selfish will, which reveals toRays, 111:of incarnation who must eventually achieve the goal - two-thirds of the total in this world cycle -Rays, 113:taught to "see the vision" - a vision of the goal, of the beauty to be sought, of the loved one toRays, 113:of awareness that "sees no difference." The goal, or rather the result of the mystic and occultRays, 113:mental unit and the manasic permanent atom. The goal of the Probationary Path is made beautifullyRays, 114:and its forces. This, in the New Age, is the goal of the probationary path and of the applicant forRays, 114:for discipleship. Hitherto it has been the goal of all the teaching given anent the Path ofRays, 114:for them the outlines of a dim and distant goal. [115] Rays, 115:great divine aspect, the will aspect, is the goal held before the members of the Hierarchy. TheyRays, 115:They too are on the way of evolution, and Their goal is to pass through the "eye of the needle," onRays, 116:knows the divinity of separation. Such is its goal. Reflect. Knowledge will come." "Beyond the doorRays, 120:that the sense of synthesis should be the goal of the training given to applicants in the New Age,Rays, 121:putting it very simply, which will be the goal of all the educational movements, once the [122] NewRays, 129:rule; it conveys the key to the immediate goal for those who have attained a certain measure ofRays, 134:of the divine Plan unfolded so that purpose and goal may be presented to humanity; the synthesis ofRays, 138:(involving the Will element); this is as much a goal of the Hierarchy as approach to the HierarchyRays, 138:Hierarchy as approach to the Hierarchy is the goal of advanced humanity. It concerns theRays, 142:in every country in the world and is the goal of much of our world organization; the terminology ofRays, 143:disciples and present them with an analogous goal which they define to themselves as that ofRays, 170:will (which He is developing), marks for Him a goal which will be consummated when He takes theRays, 173:remember that this state of being embraces the goal towards which the Masters strive, and which theRays, 185:Simplification proceeds rapidly as one nears the goal of the spirit. Will ever concerns itself withRays, 198:of learning about himself, or as he visions the goal and seeks to walk the Path. That is a familiarRays, 202:leads to the cosmic astral plane, and the goal which carries a man there is the transcendent visionRays, 203:they represent nothing, and this because the goal of all who read these words is contact with theRays, 205:to disciples, and which constitutes the goal of such advanced individuals as the Christ, are aRays, 210:except inclination, a joint aspiration and a goal seen and held in unison. The outstandingRays, 219:of their brothers or of themselves! The goal and the main objective is not adequately emphasized inRays, 221:aspect, and not upon contact with the soul. The goal will be transference and not union. AspirantsRays, 224:do much to make possible the attainment of the goal by the group. Thirdly, I would have you noteRays, 224:and goodness, and which has seemed the ultimate goal of all aspirational effort. The endeavor toRays, 232:a straight line with its one eye fixed upon the goal and beaming light." But what is that goal? ItRays, 232:the goal and beaming light." But what is that goal? It is not the goal of Self-illumination, forRays, 232:light." But what is that goal? It is not the goal of Self-illumination, for that lies far behind;Rays, 232:for that lies far behind; it is the goal of providing a center of light within the world of men andRays, 233:are not only individual objectives, but the goal for the entire group. All who respond to theRays, 241:to you for you are apt to regard revelation as a goal in itself. You seldom consider it as anRays, 273:system in which intelligent activity was the goal. Today, that essence underlies all the activityRays, 289:application to life in the three worlds, and its goal of establishing the Kingdom of God on earthRays, 289:life was and had been geared. The Plan, its goal, its techniques and methods, its laws and theirRays, 297:a measure of vision and is "in sight" of his goal, he [298] can then be admitted to an AshramRays, 298:Aspirants are prone to think that the goal towards which they move is that of soul contact, with aRays, 298:move is that of soul contact, with a secondary goal of hierarchical position, and a third goal ofRays, 298:goal of hierarchical position, and a third goal of service. This, however, is not correct. The goalRays, 298:of service. This, however, is not correct. The goal ahead of the aspirant is the consciousness ofRays, 298:of a universal inclusiveness; the secondary goal is the ability to reveal the nature of thatRays, 298:the nature of that reality, Unity; the third goal is the ability to take those measures in theRays, 298:You will note how this last definition of the goal removes inevitably the factor of self-interestRays, 313:Christ consciousness has been and will be his goal; the knowledge here referred to concernsRays, 318:of the hold by matter over the soul; the great goal of all religious teaching will be theRays, 318:as He orders all things toward the ultimate goal of life itself through the process of livingness,Rays, 327:The Council Chamber at Shamballa provides a goal for the Members of the Hierarchy, but not anRays, 328:and revelations which, are perhaps part of the Goal of God Himself. What the goals are upon theRays, 332:of religion, the purpose of science and the goal of education. These are not what you think today.Rays, 338:upon the different rays will all have the same goal, make the same experiments, go through the sameRays, 342:and who are working with him towards the same goal, that he is not alone; that it is a joint effortRays, 345:one, and then only a few managed to attain the goal and one at a time were admitted to theRays, 361:and of future ascension which are the sevenfold goal set before the Master when the sixthRays, 363:this stage no assured [363] recognition of this goal; it is an impression which is to the discipleRays, 363:is the only way in which the distinction and the goal become apparent. Just as those who read andRays, 365:place will become apparent, where a joint goal will be unitedly recognized, where essential unityRays, 368:Their life expression embodied in every case the goal of the period during which They held office.Rays, 390:the mastery of which is our idealized spiritual goal - are after all only the lowest cosmic plane,Rays, 394:They find it as difficult to achieve Their goal as does the average disciple as he looks ahead atRays, 400:ways, whilst the remainder reach the same goal via the way of love. The unfoldment of the will hasRays, 400:of energy find the cosmic astral plane Their goal. Such again is not the case. Their response andRays, 403:the Law of Distribution - direction towards the goal These phrases may give some vague idea of aRays, 420:fifth Path. Souls from other rays reach the same goal and occasionally choose this Path, but it isRays, 421:the will or purpose of our planetary Logos. The goal which these initiates (trained on the rayRays, 423:point of liberation which is their particular goal. Through this triangular door all the greatRays, 424:He is now given a revelation of the true united goal of the seven Paths and likewise a vision ofRays, 426:devotion and activity combined, achieve the goal but who lack as yet the full development of theRays, 434:here a wide and general picture, involving the goal, the means or mode, the testing point and theRays, 434:the soul which seems at first the ultimate goal of attainment but is later seen as simply a systemRays, 435:spiritual purpose. Is that enough of a goal for a disciple? Does it seem well-nigh impossible ofRays, 446:difficult requirements for those whose eventual goal is initiation. Rays, 459:the disciple in the crucible of experience. The goal towards which the average disciple has workedRays, 459:and also the taking of certain initiations. The goal towards which higher disciples are workingRays, 461:use of words in order to express the unifying goal of material and spiritual evolution, as it is
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