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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GROUP
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Problems, 74:will eventually control the planet or if a third group made up of practical idealists may notProblems, 82:of right human relations, an international group of men of goodwill - trusted and chosen by theProblems, 87:and a conquering people, between a militant [87] group and a negative, pacifist group. These can beProblems, 87:a militant [87] group and a negative, pacifist group. These can be found existing today between theProblems, 87:in the world, for it sets man against man, group against group, class against class and nationProblems, 87:for it sets man against man, group against group, class against class and nation against nation. ItProblems, 99:characteristics. These men and women are, as a group, the hope of humanity, the guarantee of theProblems, 114:generation and immediate cycle and they are a group with which we will have to reckon. Problems, 115:pitted against nation in the political arena, group against group and (within the nations) partyProblems, 115:nation in the political arena, group against group and (within the nations) party against party andProblems, 118:together into an effective and active world group all men and women of goodwill and to do this, notProblems, 124:and not simply a beautiful hope of a sectarian group or a fanatical self-satisfied organization. ItProblems, 125:differences), they present a somewhat futile group versus the organized power, the materialisticProblems, 144:felt as men approach closer to Him and His group of disciples and world workers. The churchProblems, 151:your neighbor as yourself". Individual effort, group opportunity and identification with each otherProblems, 153:religion as much as for any other man or group. Churchmen are as basically divine, as sound and asProblems, 153:on their way to enlightenment as any other group of men on earth. The salvation of the churchesProblems, 159:their [159] demands for help before God. This group, added to the mass of men, creates a huge bodyProblems, 160:deepest hopes will be evoked from Christ and His group of workers. To these two great conceptsProblems, 161:Worship has ever been known to produce a group stimulation when successfully oriented and focusedProblems, 165:or Prayer does not belong to any person or group but to all Humanity. The beauty and the strengthProblems, 173:place and in low, in every nation, community and group - are presenting a vision of right humanProblems, 176:United Nations but, at the same time, let this group of world leaders know what is needed. TheProblems, 178:- for it is there. They must form a world group, standing for right human relations and educatingProblems, 179:the pacifists, the masses and the rulers, this group of men of goodwill will stand in theirProblems, 179:They will not be a negative body but a positive group, interpreting the meaning of right humanProblems, 179:will produce a powerful organized international group. Public opinion will be forced to recognizeProblems, 179:In many lands this plan for the formation of a group of people who are trained in goodwill and whoProblems, 180:platform and the radio. Eventually this world group should have its own newspaper or magazine,Problems, 181:This is the initial task. The power of such a group, backed by public opinion, will be tremendous.Problems, 181:the enforced will of some aggressive or wealthy group, but through the weight of a trained publicPsychology1, xvii:books that the main result I look for is one of group cooperation and understanding, and not thatPsychology1, xvii:benefit. By studying and reading with care, a group interplay is set up, the group becomes morePsychology1, xvii:with care, a group interplay is set up, the group becomes more closely integrated, the units in itPsychology1, xvii:in it more closely linked together and as a group more closely blended in the unfolding Plan of thePsychology1, xviii:for the training and for the preparation of the group of world disciples who will function withPsychology1, xviii:today seeking those who can be taught to work in group formation and who can constitute one of thePsychology1, xviii:can be sensitive to the Plan, sensitive to their group vibration, and thus able to cooperatePsychology1, xviii:is for the purpose of training aspirants so that group awareness may be developed that these booksPsychology1, xviii:that you personally do not count, but that the group most surely does. Teaching is not given onlyPsychology1, xix:has been given anent the formation of the New Group of World Servers. Third, the general lines ofPsychology1, xix:second indicates the nature and ideals of the group into which he may find his way if he profits byPsychology1, xix:understanding and will likewise increase the group apprehension of the teaching which I have soughtPsychology1, xix:daily life is contributing most valuably to the group awareness. Oft an aspirant says to himself:Psychology1, xx:of such a united effort, there would emerge a group activity, intelligently undertaken, which wouldPsychology1, xx:intelligent coordination, achieve nothing and no group results. But united group effort wouldPsychology1, xx:achieve nothing and no group results. But united group effort would eventuate in an inspiredPsychology1, xx:up of personal wishes and desires in order that group purposes may be served. Above all, there mustPsychology1, xxi:Their eyes have also to be lifted away from the group of workers and from the hierarchy which theyPsychology1, 7:they have to express the quality of their ray group and the energy of that one of the threePsychology1, 9:along the well-defined thought currents of the group. It must be remembered, however, that it is inPsychology1, 10:shall tread the path of selflessness, leading to group awareness, and not the path ofPsychology1, 10:that this is done every time they think of the group, correspond with a fellow aspirant orPsychology1, 10:Extend the idea, then, from the student in a group to the group itself, regarding it as a groupPsychology1, 10:idea, then, from the student in a group to the group itself, regarding it as a group unit within aPsychology1, 10:a group to the group itself, regarding it as a group unit within a larger group. You have there aPsychology1, 10:regarding it as a group unit within a larger group. You have there a perfect analogy to the way thePsychology1, 10:this time. Regard, therefore, all your work as group work, causing effects which are inevitable andPsychology1, 10:and contributing to the potency of the group thought form. The second thing upon which I seek toPsychology1, 10:think, because of their affiliation with any group or because of their one-pointed determination toPsychology1, 11:rays which we shall seek to investigate. Every group in the world is a nucleus for the focusing andPsychology1, 11:two in the ascendant and five less potent. Every group can consequently be a creative center andPsychology1, 11:of the directed thought of the thinkers in the group. From the standpoint of Those Who see andPsychology1, 11:of Those Who see and guide, therefore, every group is constructing something that is relativelyPsychology1, 11:receptive to ideas hitherto unrecognized. If a group of minds can be so drawn together and fusedPsychology1, 11:ideas intuited. Men can train themselves - as a group - to think these intuited ideas of the truePsychology1, 28:era of self-conscious existence with that of a group-conscious world. It is extant in the age whichPsychology1, 29:of expression? So it is. Just as the phrase "group-consciousness" would carry, for early primitivePsychology1, 35:"I use a body. That body is not me. I serve the group and in this serving live within the body,Psychology1, 39:is distinguished by the sign o..oo; the New Group of World [40] Servers by the sign oo..o; and thePsychology1, 41:in three directions. It is God-conscious; it is group-conscious; it is self-conscious. ThisPsychology1, 41:the phenomenal appearance of a human being; the group-conscious aspect retains the human state ofPsychology1, 41:its self-conscious aspect is perfected and its group-awareness is recognized. The soul thereforePsychology1, 49:Let me point out to you the modes of this group teaching: [50] Ray I - Higher Expression: ThePsychology1, 53:and self-awareness, the consciousness of the group, then we have identification with a ray-group,Psychology1, 53:group, then we have identification with a ray-group, and there appears the disciple, the initiatePsychology1, 53:adds to sentiency, quality, self-awareness and group consciousness, a consciousness of divinePsychology1, 60:fulfilment." They are fully self-conscious and group-conscious; They are the sum total of thePsychology1, 82:this is realized, we shall have every important group of men engaged in world affairs, or in thePsychology1, 92:of the united cell life; of the environing [92] group in which a particular form finds itself; ofPsychology1, 92:in nature, which pervades it; of a vague group spirit that is expressing itself through the fourthPsychology1, 93:the law of selection and of adaptation; as the group life grew closer and the group integration wasPsychology1, 93:as the group life grew closer and the group integration was improved; as the heritage of history,Psychology1, 95:in a general soul awareness, and a consequent group consciousness will permit them to see thePsychology1, 95:representative. When men, through meditation and group service, have developed an awareness ofPsychology1, 105:were it not for the work now being done by a group of disciples and initiates working inPsychology1, 106:world work, or they would not be in the Masters group. Also They may work intermittently with smallPsychology1, 107:and they are found in every occult group. True communications are frequently of deep spiritualPsychology1, 107:the thought level and knowledge of the ray group to which his soul belongs. He tunes in on aPsychology1, 108:his mind is being impressed by some chela in his group. This chela, who is closer to the MasterPsychology1, 108:do in the thought aura of the Master and His group) are steadily endeavoring to reach all kinds ofPsychology1, 110:a teacher imposing a system of knowledge upon a group of waiting pupils. The group is simply thePsychology1, 110:of knowledge upon a group of waiting pupils. The group is simply the channel through which aPsychology1, 110:entirely their own affair. But the value of any group of aspirants and disciples consists [111] inPsychology1, 111:career. You ask, therefore: What must we as a group do that we may be of service, and so constitutePsychology1, 111:when your mind and effort are turned towards group service, and when your tongue is renderedPsychology1, 112:the source of their strength is to be found in group teaching and in group endeavor. We arePsychology1, 112:strength is to be found in group teaching and in group endeavor. We are training men to live asPsychology1, 113:and struggle he knows it to be so. It is the group of Masters, the Hierarchy as a whole, that is ofPsychology1, 113:interaction with humanity; it is the Masters' group of disciples that counts, and its relation to
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