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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GOD
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Initiation, 157:with the clearly defined purpose of the inner God. It is the shining forth of the second aspect ofInitiation, 157:prominence, and the conscious will of the inner God can make itself felt on the physical plane. TheInitiation, 159:life, self-conscious, conscious, or unconscious, God, man, or deva. The student, again, will findInitiation, 183:and in that inner adherence to the voice of the God within, which is the mark of every applicantInitiation, 183:is pointed out by the Master (either the God within or a man's Master if he is consciously aware ofInitiation, 194:these three aspects of the manifesting Ego, the God within, are brought under control, coordinated,Initiation, 195:proceed with greater accuracy. The kingdom of God is within, and the duty of that inner hiddenInitiation, 196:of our Lord and of his Christ." - "O Lord, our God, other lords beside thee have had dominion overInitiation, 201:the development of the control by the inner God, who works through the head center and thusInitiation, 205:used; the spiritual will of the divine inner God is the main factor, and there will be a unity ofInitiation, 215:of the solar system. The Bible says: "Our God is a consuming fire." It is also the symbol of theInitiation, 217:taken the sixth initiation. Deva (or Angel) A god. In Sanskrit a resplendent deity. A Deva is aInitiation, 220:M Macrocosm The great universe, literally; or God manifesting through his body, the solar system.Initiation, 222:particular globe is, in reality, the personal God of the planet. Prakriti Derives its name from itsIntellect, 16:mystical experience and whereby they could know God. It is this science which we will study in thisIntellect, 29:been described as the command or revelation of God. This only means, in other words, the laws ofIntellect, 29:This only means, in other words, the laws of God's Nature, as revealed to us by the labors,Intellect, 37:to be unalterably true that all paths lead to God - viewing God as the ultimate goal, the symbol ofIntellect, 37:true that all paths lead to God - viewing God as the ultimate goal, the symbol of man's search forIntellect, 42:for the unfoldment in the minds of men of the God-Idea, and so led humanity forward along the pathIntellect, 45:Preface to his most valuable and scholarly book "God and Freedom" says: "It is everywhere noticedIntellect, 45:empire of man over nature." - Luzzatti, Luigi, God and Freedom. It is essential that the westernIntellect, 49:Soul is double-faced, her upper face gazes at God all the time and her lower face looks somewhatIntellect, 50:cosmic flame in nigh-brought souls! Splendor of God, how few! And ours the blame; For, ever,Intellect, 50:undiscerningly damp down and choke The spark of God that glints in every child. All children are,Intellect, 50:child. All children are, by nature, bits of God; And God, if they but had their freedom, wouldIntellect, 50:All children are, by nature, bits of God; And God, if they but had their freedom, would UnfoldIntellect, 55:to its highest expression, is manifestation of God; in you and me - in each of us severally - GodIntellect, 55:God; in you and me - in each of us severally - God as Spirit is partially revealed." - Morgan, C.Intellect, 55:and the object of the dual activity of mind - God as life in Nature, God as love, subjectively, andIntellect, 55:dual activity of mind - God as life in Nature, God as love, subjectively, and as plan and asIntellect, 56:purposes and the plans which guide the Mind of God Himself. In fact, he arrives at God andIntellect, 56:the Mind of God Himself. In fact, he arrives at God and discovers God as the central Fact. KnowingIntellect, 56:In fact, he arrives at God and discovers God as the central Fact. Knowing himself to be divine, heIntellect, 56:From one point of view, the question: Is there a God? is promptly answered in the affirmative." Intellect, 58:it: "In completed man begins anew a tendency to God," - Browning, Robert, Paracelsus. and he isIntellect, 59:as to the fact of the indwelling Son of God becomes the goal, of all endeavor. This method is notIntellect, 59:love of his emotional nature has sought after God. It is the method of intellectual approach and ofIntellect, 60:of endeavor. He finds that he can walk with God, dwell in Heaven, and be aware of a new world lyingIntellect, 60:expression is established. Thus a divine Son of God consciously incarnates. Through the work ofIntellect, 66:is prayer but upward turning of the mind to God direct." The masses of the people, polarized inIntellect, 66:from illness and disease, and seek to make God answer their request for revelation. But it isIntellect, 68:the emotional nature and is based on belief in a God who can give. The other involves the mentalIntellect, 71:the sovereign certitude of intuition, Being, God..." "The human mind, then, is a faculty in questIntellect, 72:enables us to arrive at direct experience of God. That in which we live and move and have our beingIntellect, 72:a symbol to us of a divine possibility. We know God as the Eternal Cause and the source of all thatIntellect, 72:We recognize the Whole. We become one with God by becoming one with our own immortal soul, and whenIntellect, 72:distinctions and the concepts of me and thee, of God and a child of God, have faded away in theIntellect, 72:concepts of me and thee, of God and a child of God, have faded away in the knowledge andIntellect, 73:good I find not... For I delight in the law of God after the inward man: But I see another law inIntellect, 73:- The Objectives in Meditation This real Self is God - God the triumphant, God the Creator, God theIntellect, 73:Objectives in Meditation This real Self is God - God the triumphant, God the Creator, God theIntellect, 73:This real Self is God - God the triumphant, God the Creator, God the Savior of man. It is, in theIntellect, 73:is God - God the triumphant, God the Creator, God the Savior of man. It is, in the words of St.Intellect, 74:We speak of ourselves as divine and as sons of God. We know of those who have demonstrated theirIntellect, 75:laboratory where it is possible to ascertain God for himself as the objective of all education. WhoIntellect, 75:of bewildered children are trying to spell God? The mind sends us hither and thither in the work ofIntellect, 75:within ourselves and meditate and then find God. As Dr. Overstreet says: "All our enduring questIntellect, 75:its explanation and its significance. It is the God operative within ourselves. As, then, weIntellect, 75:enduring values, or as we create them, we enact God in our own lives." - Overstreet, H.A., TheIntellect, 77:"If the soul were stripped of all her sheaths, God would be discovered all naked to her view andIntellect, 77:her veils, however thin, she is unable to see God." - Pfeiffer, Franz, Meister Eckhart, page 114.Intellect, 77:an ordered process whereby a man finds God. It is a system, well-tried out and much used, whichIntellect, 80:merges into wisdom. This is direct knowledge of God by means of the mental faculty, so that weIntellect, 80:until we are possessed by it," and truth and God are synonymous terms. The mind knows two objects,Intellect, 81:expressing perfectly the will of the indwelling God. René Guénon, in his book Man and His Becoming,Intellect, 82:to reveal the light of the indwelling Son of God; the physical body is under direct control of theIntellect, 82:the soul, as the mind reflects the purposes of God. Thus, the hitherto disorganized and separativeIntellect, 83:century, says: "Three kinds of men see God. The first see him in faith; they know no more of HimIntellect, 83:make out through a partition. The second behold God in the light of grace but only as the answer toIntellect, 84:world is light and in that light shall we see God. In that light we find ourselves. In that lightIntellect, 85:consciously developed, but because as the inner God assumes control and dominates His bodies, HisIntellect, 85:be ordered to her higher and her higher ones to God; her outward senses to her inward, and herIntellect, 91:we have had to come out from our eternal home in God that we might strive and suffer amid theIntellect, 93:footsteps in those of the myriads of soils of God who have preceded us, we must gauge the depth andIntellect, 94:worlds of light And pierce some deeper depth of God." - Earle, John Charles, Onward and Upward,Intellect, 94:appearance was like unto that of the Son of God. These three friends are symbols of the threefoldIntellect, 99:us that we being planted in the likeness of God may attain to higher and truer vision. For thisIntellect, 102:or Spirit in reference to some Activity, for us God; secondly, as a quality emergent at a highIntellect, 110:happens, and they can then say they know God. What is really needed is that we should get controlIntellect, 111:past our own mind to the wonderful wisdom of God... Man rising to the summit of his mind is exaltedIntellect, 111:Man rising to the summit of his mind is exalted God." - Pfeiffer, Franz, Meister Eckhart, pagesIntellect, 115:cooperating with the plans of evolution and of God. As he passes through the different stages, hisIntellect, 116:apprehend the Plan as it exists in the mind of God and as it expresses itself through the love,Intellect, 116:through the love, emanating from the Heart of God. Is it possible for human minds to reach anyIntellect, 116:to reach any further than the love and will of God? Right at this point, Divinity is contacted. TheIntellect, 116:the divine Soul. Man, at this point, enters into God. [119] Intellect, 122:but they need for their being the concurrence of God... Apart from this common dependence on GodIntellect, 122:of God... Apart from this common dependence on God neither is dependent on the other." - Morgan, C.Intellect, 123:C. Lloyd, Life, Mind, and Spirit, page 32. God reveals His purpose through the activity of theIntellect, 123:we call (for lack of a better term) the Mind of God, the Universal Mind. This mind is distinguishedIntellect, 125:kingdom of the soul, called often the kingdom of God, which is in reality another kingdom inIntellect, 125:which registers "the things of the kingdom of God" and opens up, to the man in deep meditation,Intellect, 137:realm, perceiving the "things of the Kingdom of God," able to ascertain truth at first hand, andIntellect, 138:endeavor to receive impressions from the inner God, the Higher Self, direct to the physical brain,Intellect, 139:that state "in which man sees and knows God without using the imagination and without discursiveIntellect, 139:reasoning, and Tauler expresses it thus: "God desires to dwell in the superior faculties - theIntellect, 139:which attains to the vision of the wonders of God, as the human soul enters the realm of the divineIntellect, 139:or a discourse; but this simple sight of God, supposing all [140] reasoning as things passed andIntellect, 140:passed and known, contemplates its object in God Himself..." - Malaval, F., A Simple Method of
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