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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GOD
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Intellect, 143:and function in his true being as a son of God. When this is the case, the soul utilizes the mindIntellect, 143:to that which is transmitted. The true son of God can live in two worlds at once; He is a citizenIntellect, 143:is a citizen of the world and of the Kingdom of God. I cannot do better than close this chapterIntellect, 147:CHAPTER SEVEN Intuition and Illumination "And God said: Let there be light! And there was light." -Intellect, 150:light." - Grensted, Rev. L.W., Psychology and God, pages 203-204. [151] It is here that the EastIntellect, 154:and its realm of existence is the kingdom of God. All the time that this identification with theIntellect, 154:and physical worlds. Absorbed in union with God, transported into the "Third Heaven" (like St.Intellect, 154:is both and knows it. He enters into the Mind of God - that universal storehouse of knowledge whoseIntellect, 156:wherein the mind is brought into relation with God, and the longer that condition can be held freeIntellect, 157:the soul for making her aware of, for detecting, God... The soundest arguments expressly stateIntellect, 157:her mind is in communication with the things of God." - Pfeiffer, Franz, Meister Eckhart, pagesIntellect, 157:versatility and focuses it; he seeks out after God; he divorces himself from feeling and is notIntellect, 158:"Knowledge raises the soul to the rank of God; love unites the soul with God; use perfects the soulIntellect, 158:to the rank of God; love unites the soul with God; use perfects the soul to God. These threeIntellect, 158:the soul with God; use perfects the soul to God. These three transport the soul right out of timeIntellect, 158:at this time, the achievement of knowledge of God is of greater import than love of God. That theyIntellect, 158:of God is of greater import than love of God. That they already possess; it is the background ofIntellect, 160:which have emanated from certain great Sons of God, such as the Christ and the Buddha. IntuitionIntellect, 165:minds through which that Divine Purpose we call God may be working. In this way we can account forIntellect, 165:to be divine. One after another the Sons of God have entered into their heritage and foundIntellect, 168:in those who have a great and generous love for God. To generous souls who have utterly renouncedIntellect, 168:souls who have utterly renounced themselves, God never fails in these raptures to communicate highIntellect, 173:The Christian writes: "I saw a life ablaze with God! My Father, give to me The blessing of a lifeIntellect, 173:give to me The blessing of a life consumed by God That I may live for Thee. A life of fire! a lifeIntellect, 173:for Thee. A life of fire! a life ablaze with God, Lighted by fires of pentecostal love! A life onIntellect, 173:compassion from above. A burning life, which God can take and drop In house, or street, orIntellect, 173:ages testify. They knew themselves to be Sons of God and they carried that knowledge down into fullIntellect, 173:of the soul, and of the fact of the kingdom of God. They are lights set in a dark place to lightIntellect, 177:the soul, and of the reality of the Kingdom of God. They speak, likewise, of a method by means ofIntellect, 181:the third result of meditation is that we find God. It is relatively unimportant what we mean inIntellect, 181:implications of that Fatherhood. Let us regard God as that "High and Unknown Purpose" which can beIntellect, 182:results are summed up in the words: Union with God, or At-one-ment with Divinity. God and man areIntellect, 182:Union with God, or At-one-ment with Divinity. God and man are at-one. The Self and Not-Self areIntellect, 182:"In this union... the man does not attain to God by images or meditations, nor by a higher mentalIntellect, 182:all sense of separateness; hence the union with God is a realization of a fact in nature which hasIntellect, 183:soul consciously knows itself to be one with God. With this idea in our minds and with anIntellect, 183:also in Christ Jesus, Who, being in the form of God thought it not robbery to be equal with God." Intellect, 183:of God thought it not robbery to be equal with God." Intellect, 183:new capacities, new ideals, new concepts about God and matter, about life and Spirit. Through thatIntellect, 189:He knows himself to be, past all controversy, God - God immanent and God transcendent. The seerIntellect, 189:knows himself to be, past all controversy, God - God immanent and God transcendent. The seer goesIntellect, 189:be, past all controversy, God - God immanent and God transcendent. The seer goes on to tell us thatIntellect, 191:the first step in unification is to deny that God has a partner and to put admixture aside..."Intellect, 192:of eternity consists in being convinced that God always existed...; and departure from familiarIntellect, 192:of mankind and turning towards the society of God, since any thought of other than God is a veilIntellect, 192:society of God, since any thought of other than God is a veil and an imperfection, and the more aIntellect, 192:a man's thoughts are associated with other than God the more is he veiled from God, because it isIntellect, 192:with other than God the more is he veiled from God, because it is universally agreed thatIntellect, 192:thoughts, whereas to be content with other than God is a sign of dispersion of thought..." -Intellect, 192:the destruction of all that is other than God; purity of the inmost heart only by love; and perfectIntellect, 193:to it. The spark of the soul is the light of God's reflection, which is always looking back to God.Intellect, 193:reflection, which is always looking back to God. The arcanum of the mind is the sumtotal, as itIntellect, 193:be ordered to her higher, and her higher ones to God; her outward senses to her inward, and herIntellect, 193:then, and not till then, it comes in touch with God." "In this inflowing grace there forthwithIntellect, 193:arises that light of the mind into which God is sending a ray of his unclouded splendor. In thisIntellect, 194:of Reality, the same assimilation into God, and awareness of identity with God, and the sameIntellect, 194:into God, and awareness of identity with God, and the same subsequent Illumination. All sense ofIntellect, 194:are known as one fact, without differentiation. God, the Father, God, the Son, and God, the HolyIntellect, 194:fact, without differentiation. God, the Father, God, the Son, and God, the Holy Ghost, are realizedIntellect, 194:God, the Father, God, the Son, and God, the Holy Ghost, are realized as working smoothly togetherIntellect, 199:and made progress in Prayer, and are called by God to the Inward Way, wherein He encourages andIntellect, 202:of the spirit, and love of self into love of God. Thus the mystic emerges. Through the use of theIntellect, 205:facts in the natural evolution of the life of God in man. It becomes apparent, therefore, that theIntellect, 228:am I." Concentrate now upon the words: "Thou God seest me." The mind is not permitted to falter inIntellect, 230:depicts a sequence of thought as follows: Thou God seest me. This God is the divine in me, theIntellect, 230:of thought as follows: Thou God seest me. This God is the divine in me, the indwelling Christ, theIntellect, 230:Now for the first time I am in a position to see God. Up till now, I have been negative to thisIntellect, 230:seems to involve the idea of duality. But I and God are one. I am God, and have been all the time.Intellect, 230:the idea of duality. But I and God are one. I am God, and have been all the time. Therefore I haveIntellect, 231:beginners) as "be still, and know that I am God," can be safely carried into the meditation work.Intellect, 231:that such meditations as 'be still and know I am God,' if strenuously indulged in may proveIntellect, 231:his power to cope with. The meditation 'I am God' might therefore, be said to be almost too directIntellect, 231:I realize that this paragraph touching the 'I am God' meditation contains a lure as well as aIntellect, 239:impress the waiting brain. It may be true that "God" works out, in many cases, His plans throughIntellect, 239:to participate in their endeavors. Just to love God is not entirely sufficient. It is a step in theIntellect, 239:much stupid action and much unconsidered effort. God looks for those who have trained and highlyIntellect, 242:becomes aware of the things of the Kingdom of God. Second: He must learn the nature of the energiesIntellect, 247:such a contact. [247] The Christ is the Son of God in full functioning activity, the "Eldest in aIntellect, 247:in its scope, and through Him the love of God pours, and the purposes of God are working toIntellect, 247:Him the love of God pours, and the purposes of God are working to fruition. He is the Master of allIntellect, 252:outside. They will recognize all men as sons of God and will not set themselves upon a pedestal ofIntellect, 253:all barriers, and leaves none of the sons of God outside its field of knowledge. It is possible toIntellect, 254:hath not seen or ear heard, the things which God hath revealed to them that love him", the timeIntellect, 259:If the goal of our effort is to demonstrate God immanent in form, then no level of consciousness isIntellect, 259:us to grasp the futility of these reasonings: God is defeated in one part of His Kingdom. Intellect, 262:nature, and guide the daily life in the ways of God. Intellect, 265:a joyous heaven of endless rest and beatitude? God forbid! The search in the world goes on; the cryIntellect, 265:from the depths and mounts to the very throne of God Himself. From the heart of the Temple of God,Intellect, 265:of God Himself. From the heart of the Temple of God, to which we may have fought and wrestled ourIntellect, 266:will recognize all those they meet as Sons of God, but they will know also the signs of theMagic, 8:of Monism, and all enlightened men are Monists. "God is One" is the utterance of truth. One lifeMagic, 10:the little life; upon man "made in the image of God", who through the method of reincarnationMagic, 12:purifying agency which is sweeping him and all God's creatures on to a glorious consummation. Magic, 13:By man, I mean the spiritual man, a son of God in incarnation. The forms of all the kingdoms ofMagic, 17:the postulates of religion - such as the soul, God and immortality - without questioning. The otherMagic, 17:small but steadily growing band of Knowers of God, and of reality, who know the soul to be a factMagic, 18:of that great sum total we, call the Macrocosm - God, functioning through a solar system - is by anMagic, 20:and principles which direct the activities of "God in nature" - a phrase, sublimely true andMagic, 20:These are the Three in One, the One in Three, God in nature, and nature itself in God. Carrying theMagic, 20:in Three, God in nature, and nature itself in God. Carrying the concept, for the sake of
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