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

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Astrology, 666:included." (S.D. Vol. I, 629) "Neptune is the God of reasoning." (S.D. Vol. II, 840) "SiriusAstrology, 668:the presiding genius of the planet and the God of the Hebrews... namely Jehovah... to whom isAstrology, 669:light." It is "dwelling in the vehicle of a God or of a host of Gods, like milliards of otherAstrology, 670:symbolized by the sun: The central spiritual sun-God the Father. The heart of the sun-God the son.Astrology, 670:sun-God the Father. The heart of the sun-God the son. The physical sun-God the Holy Spirit." "It isAstrology, 670:heart of the sun-God the son. The physical sun-God the Holy Spirit." "It is in the sun, more thanAstrology, 676:the five kumaras. It is related to the Ocean God. It personifies solar fire." (Vol. II, 609-610)Astrology, 692:so the middle evolution between these two (God and man) is the Heavenly Man, whose body is made upAtom, 14:and Jewish point of view, which posits a God outside the solar system, Who created it, but wasAtom, 19:towards fruition. Even if we cannot prove that God is, and that the Deity exists, it may beAtom, 21:of manifestation which can be called Nature, or God, and which is the aggregate of all the statesAtom, 21:of all the states of consciousness. This is the God to Whom the Christian refers when he says "inAtom, 25:than himself, whether that life is called God, or whether it is simply regarded as the life of theAtom, 26:you may call it nature, or you may call it God. Names matter not. It corresponds to the adult stageAtom, 39:then, in an intelligent Creator, a personal God?" "Certainly. The existence of such a God can, toAtom, 39:God?" "Certainly. The existence of such a God can, to my mind, be proved from chemistry."' In theAtom, 43:world has always held, that of there being a God, or Divine Being. Where the orthodox ChristianAtom, 43:the orthodox Christian would say with reverence, God, the scientist with equal reverence would say,Atom, 43:Where the idealistic teacher would speak of "God [44] within" the human form, others with equalAtom, 45:state of consciousness which we call God, or the solar Logos. Surely this teaching is logical andAtom, 46:and on to some greater scheme in which even our God has to play His part and to find His place. ItAtom, 47:by the Christ when He said: "The kingdom of God is within you," thus pointing all human atoms toAtom, 53:word, to the full realization of the Absolute of God." This proceeds from those minuteAtom, 56:that great enfolding consciousness Whom we call God, or Force, or the Logos, the Existence Who isAtom, 56:aggregate of lives which compose a solar system, God is, through the form, whatever it may be,Atom, 57:was the Word, and the word was with [57] God, and the word was God." Let us consider for a minuteAtom, 57:and the word was with [57] God, and the word was God." Let us consider for a minute the meaning ofAtom, 57:this abstruse question of the manifestation of God, the central Intelligence, by the means of theAtom, 67:that great Entity Whom we call the Logos, or God, is working out through the solar system. It isAtom, 67:is the demonstration of His psychic quality, for God is intelligent Love, and the fulfilment of HisAtom, 67:the fulfilment of His determined purpose, for God is intelligent loving Will. For all the differentAtom, 72:The work of the destroyer is as much the work of God as that of the constructor, and the great godAtom, 72:of God as that of the constructor, and the great god of destruction has to smash and rend the formsAtom, 80:be proven at some distant time that there is a God or central life back of material nature, and anAtom, 81:we have one aspect of the threefold nature of God, intelligence, demonstrating through the atom;Atom, 81:aspect), and after pointing out that He was with God before ever there was creation, goes on to sayAtom, 82:manner, summing it up as follows: "Thus He (God) dwells in all, From life's minute beginnings up atAtom, 82:have been told that man is made in the image of God, and we would therefore expect to see himAtom, 85:have what the Christian would term the "image of God." For, as must be apparent to all thinkers,Atom, 85:all thinkers, the only way in which we can know God is through the study of His nature, or HisAtom, 85:His nature, or His psychic quality. We know that God is intelligence, we know that He is love, orAtom, 85:of the inner subjective quality of the life of God, and thus His essential nature is demonstrated.Atom, 87:"he that hath seen me hath seen the Father," for God is Love; and finally, through him the highestAtom, 87:through him the highest aspect, the will of God, will become manifest, and he will be perfect, evenAtom, 92:him the achievement may be the development of God consciousness. So for him comes the struggle toAtom, 92:and a vista of possibility. Thus may the life of God be seen in its essential triple manifestation,Atom, 92:self-consciousness, group consciousness, and God consciousness. These demonstrate through fourAtom, 93:of the solar system, Whom the Christian calls God, or the Logos. Browning expresses this idea ofAtom, 93:But in completed man begins anew A tendency to God. Prognostics told Man's near approach; so inAtom, 98:atoms, and demonstrating the three qualities of God, that of intelligence, of love-wisdom, and ofAtom, 100:of the human being is the consciousness of God, Who contains within Himself the past, the present,Atom, 103:a flower and a man, between that of a man and a God." As Browning has said: "In man begins anew aAtom, 103:has said: "In man begins anew a tendency to God." He is not a God yet, but a God in the making; heAtom, 103:man begins anew a tendency to God." He is not a God yet, but a God in the making; he is working outAtom, 103:a tendency to God." He is not a God yet, but a God in the making; he is working out the image ofAtom, 103:in the making; he is working out the image of God, and will some day produce it in perfection. HeAtom, 109:to understand themselves, to find the kingdom of God within themselves, and through Mental Science,Atom, 111:attention upon the life within the form, upon God, upon Christ, or upon that which embodies for himAtom, 121:self-consciousness, group consciousness, and God consciousness, I illustrated it by pointing outAtom, 121:entity within the body is to that atom what God consciousness is to us, as inexplicable and as farAtom, 125:The true nature of the central life, be it God or man, will be manifested during a life cycle,Atom, 128:by means of the intelligence. This is all that God is doing, is it not? At our present stage ofAtom, 135:under the control of his own higher self, the God within. That inner ruler, the real self, can, byAtom, 136:the reasoning faculty altogether; this inner God can enable the man to speak, to write, and to passAtom, 136:ourselves. When we can contact our own inner God all truth will be revealed to us. We shall beAtom, 136:point of view, but from the point of view of the God within, Who is a direct revelation of SpiritAtom, 145:which we, for lack of a better term, might call God consciousness, though I deprecate the use ofAtom, 145:though I deprecate the use of the word God because of the many quarrels it causes in the worldAtom, 146:of force, or energy, and the Christian speaks of God, and the Hindu uses terms analogous to the 'IAtom, 149:honored, all rejoice with it... it is the same God which worketh all in all. There are diversitiesAtom, 154:is evolving through a planet, the goal may be God consciousness. Now, of course, when you considerAtom, 154:in his body, analogous to what we might call God consciousness. Our self-conscious realization isAtom, 159:shall be able to separate us from the love of God." Autobiography, 1:There is value in knowing that the love of God antedates Christianity and recognizes no boundaries.Autobiography, 1:all fundamentalists much time to learn that God is love. They assert it but do not believe it inAutobiography, 1:assert it but do not believe it in practice, God's practice I mean. I would like, among otherAutobiography, 5:theology of the past with the emphasis upon a God who saves a smug few and condemns the majority toAutobiography, 5:for the present world war (1914-1945). Thank God, we are on our way to better things. The group whoAutobiography, 6:is very domestic and loves to cook and wash (and God knows has done her full share of it) and whoAutobiography, 8:must fuse and blend and then humanity will know God and not just "feel after Him if haply they mayAutobiography, 8:they may find Him." This personal knowledge of God will, however, come by living normally and asAutobiography, 10:enables us to retain our belief in the love of God. The second brings discipline and feeds ourAutobiography, 11:a new and better world. This is true because God is good, life and experience are good, and theAutobiography, 13:power of Christ, giving the impression that God was personally interested as to whether (as one ofAutobiography, 13:cook for rudeness. To me, good manners and not God should have been sufficient incentive. Anyway, aAutobiography, 22:Surely questioning and a blind feeling after God must antedate the conscious treading of "The Way,"Autobiography, 25:to start the day right with a recollection of God and, in spite of the austerity of the familyAutobiography, 41:of Montreux on Lake Geneva and try to feel God. I would lie on my back in a field or by a rock andAutobiography, 41:tangible. I had been brought up to believe in a God Transcendent, outside His created world,Autobiography, 42:I criticized this presentation of a loving God, but automatically accepted it. But He was far away,Autobiography, 42:inchoate and indefinable, was reaching out after God Immanent, after a God behind all forms, WhoAutobiography, 42:was reaching out after God Immanent, after a God behind all forms, Who could be met everywhere andAutobiography, 42:and their limitations and difficulties. This God was not, at all the tremendous and awful Deity toAutobiography, 42:there was no such person. There was only a God to be appeased; Who was jealous of His rights; WhoAutobiography, 42:hard to save others and it was too bad that God had created hell but, naturally, I assumed that HeAutobiography, 42:and - in any case - no real Christian questioned God: he simply accepted what he was told was God'sAutobiography, 42:God: he simply accepted what he was told was God's dictum and that was that. This was my spiritualAutobiography, 47:and how delightfully young) of everything - God, doctrine, my ability to do things, the sureness ofAutobiography, 49:advice. I certainly do not pretend to interpret God's mind and to say what God wants as do theAutobiography, 49:pretend to interpret God's mind and to say what God wants as do the theologians of the world. In
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