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

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Psychology2, 254:the instrument of Their will. Through this group, the inner divine qualities of good will, peacePsychology2, 261:bring a more definite influence to bear upon a group of souls awaiting incarnation, and thus inducePsychology2, 261:"conditioning souls", under the name of the New Group of World Servers, has been possible sincePsychology2, 261:come in because of the work already done by the group of souls who hastened their entrance intoPsychology2, 262:and because of their impressibility to the group idea and to the Plan, can come into incarnationPsychology2, 263:becoming powerful. It merges with both the first group and the third. We have in the world. todayPsychology2, 263:the cream or the best expression of the third group. It is with these personalities in their threePsychology2, 270:It is with this particular task that the New Group of World Servers is primarily occupied, -Psychology2, 271:individual, racial and planetary - and the great group aspect of the approach will be broughtPsychology2, 271:Mass Consciousness - Self-consciousness - Group-consciousness These lead, in due time, toPsychology2, 272:- The Initiate which lead eventually to The New Group of World Servers - The Hierarchy - ThePsychology2, 272:soul of humanity within the racial form. The New Group of World Servers is that body of men andPsychology2, 272:done this, they become a bridging or a linking group between the Hierarchy and the race, thusPsychology2, 273:Hierarchy and the hierarchical agency, The New Group of World Servers. This may convey something ofPsychology2, 279:so-called five major initiations, but of certain group events which are predominantly cosmic inPsychology2, 281:nothing. So difficult is His task that the New Group of World Servers is being trained to assistPsychology2, 282:the more esoteric aspects of the work of the New Group of World Servers, and a hint at the samePsychology2, 283:the [283] same law, and its relation to the New Group of World Servers. Information on initiationPsychology2, 283:Hierarchy. There are here presented some of the group implications. The New Group of World ServersPsychology2, 283:some of the group implications. The New Group of World Servers is related to the Hierarchy as bodyPsychology2, 283:as body to soul, and they in their turn as a group of souls are similarly related to the humanPsychology2, 283:- The Fourth Kingdom. The Hierarchy - The New Group of World Servers. The New Group of WorldPsychology2, 283:- The New Group of World Servers. The New Group of World Servers - Humanity. A Soul - APsychology2, 284:God. Seeking to impress, impel and motivate this group of four energies is the energy of thePsychology2, 292:center, whether as the major force in any group unity, such as a parent or a ruler, or a Master inPsychology2, 292:or a ruler, or a Master in relation to his group. The power to create. In the lower types, this isPsychology2, 306:through all the centers and in which both the group of petals and the central point of energy arePsychology2, 315:of psychology fall into two major groups: A group of difficulties wherein the psychologist has toPsychology2, 315:correspondingly mediocre and irregular. Another group of difficulties concerns those human beingsPsychology2, 330:those taken by an individual and those by a group. Then, when the gathering of forces during thePsychology2, 332:by the world in which he lives. Discovering the group to which he belongs, blocking his way ofPsychology2, 332:by service. Identifying himself with his group upon his own ray and so earning the right to makePsychology2, 335:and also through a study of the type of a man's group affiliations as they begin to appear upon thePsychology2, 357:a glimpse of the Master of a man's ray group. This falls usually into two categories of experiencePsychology2, 363:and the service of man, as an intermediate group, a bridging group, upon our planet. The functionPsychology2, 363:of man, as an intermediate group, a bridging group, upon our planet. The function of thisPsychology2, 363:our planet. The function of this intermediate group is to embody a type of energy, which is that ofPsychology2, 364:individually at first, then it takes place in group formation, and finally it demonstrates throughPsychology2, 364:It is an almost undefinable consciousness of group fusion with a greater whole, and not so muchPsychology2, 367:with the enemy, the Warrior and the One." In group formation. This approach to the revelation isPsychology2, 367:crisis in connection with the work of the New Group of World Servers. Their moment of crisis liesPsychology2, 367:in the life of the individual and the group produces a definite integration upon the three levelsPsychology2, 367:of informative value anent the work of the New Group of World Servers. This group is, if I might soPsychology2, 367:the work of the New Group of World Servers. This group is, if I might so express it, an effort atPsychology2, 367:it, an effort at an externalization of the group personality of the disciples, connected with thePsychology2, 374:the essential integration of this unit into his group can now take place. The problem of thePsychology2, 381:are only brought into play when needed for group benefit and within the confines (again aPsychology2, 392:in unity" may begin with the disciple's group, environment or nation and, through right use of thePsychology2, 398:from our understanding as the aesthetic sense, group philanthropy and world states are from thePsychology2, 398:planetary population, there is only a very small group (a few million would be an optimisticPsychology2, 400:of which you can know anything is that of the Group of Contemplatives, connected with the innerPsychology2, 403:or presentation of life (and also those of the group or social order) are considered to thePsychology2, 405:crippling of the individual. With this third group I shall deal very little. There is not much toPsychology2, 409:of the Whole. When this is accomplished, group consciousness is added to self-consciousness, andPsychology2, 415:between the eyebrows, is awakened. The latent group-consciousness, which brings realization of thePsychology2, 423:expression. Recognition of individual goals and group goals, between the ability to be social orPsychology2, 423:is still upon the individual and not upon the group. When this is the case, we become responsiblePsychology2, 430:the part to the whole, and of the acceptance of group purpose. This rhythm, when duly establishedPsychology2, 433:and mental - and those matters which concern the group interior life would have been emphasized.Psychology2, 441:groups of men are thus powerfully affected: The group which has recognized the need for bridgingPsychology2, 442:reached the level of intelligence. The group that has already bridged this cleavage and is nowPsychology2, 450:towards mutual understanding, towards right group and personal conditions of living and ofPsychology2, 454:real in the experience of disciples. The first group of problems (those arising out of intensePsychology2, 456:Such people are the violent partisans in any group, in any church, order or government. They arePsychology2, 456:the man is so far afflicted that he becomes a group problem, or is regarded as peculiar orPsychology2, 456:wholesome and sound. To work with some group or with some teacher is often regarded as a definitePsychology2, 457:a conscious fusion with the soul and with the group. I have no intention of dealing with problemsPsychology2, 462:The shattering of such a thought form or of a group of thought forms which are holding any [463]Psychology2, 480:of Mystics', as they form an intermediate group, including many intelligent and well-intentionedPsychology2, 483:therefore must be good and right, in the second group there is an attempt to stir the subjectivePsychology2, 486:ask you to ponder on this statement. The Oxford Group Movement has also laid much stress on thePsychology2, 488:nature but can be brought to the surface through group stimulation. He thus recovers spiritualPsychology2, 490:comes from other minds or from the focused group mind of some band of workers with which the manPsychology2, 491:sometimes that which is intended for a group or a hint given by a Master to a disciple. 9. GuidancePsychology2, 495:powerful urge, either to selfish satisfaction or group betterment and group welfare. These dreamsPsychology2, 495:to selfish satisfaction or group betterment and group welfare. These dreams can embody inPsychology2, 508:to himself in all sincerity. We come now to a group of dreams which are a part of the experience ofPsychology2, 509:Problems of Psychology 8. Dreams concerned with Group Work. In this type of dream, the soul trainsPsychology2, 509:trains or fits its vehicle, the lower man, for group activity. This type of dream is also thePsychology2, 509:dreams dealt with under our fifth heading. The group work involved is not this time carried on inPsychology2, 509:and purposes are involved; work in a Master's group may be registered and regarded as a dream inPsychology2, 513:be the direct result of the activity of the New Group of World Servers. It will be a slow process,Psychology2, 513:the potency of good will by members of the New Group of World Servers. The healing power of suchPsychology2, 516:easily imposed upon by the directed will of a group in any land, which can evidence enough power toPsychology2, 520:of psychic powers. Those connected with group conditions and problems. Those related to thePsychology2, 523:be raised to the heart and there transmuted into group service. 3. That all these centers arePsychology2, 525:along some line or other and is slowly becoming group conscious. As yet, however, his reactions arePsychology2, 526:intellectual expediency and that form of group work which tends to the expression of hisPsychology2, 536:an unrecognized capacity in humanity to become group conscious, and to undertake group service. ThePsychology2, 536:to become group conscious, and to undertake group service. The thymus gland, which controls in aPsychology2, 541:of the heart center with its recognition of the group life and consequent group responsibility.Psychology2, 541:its recognition of the group life and consequent group responsibility. This today is rapidlyPsychology2, 541:awakening of the heart center and its consequent group recognitions must be expressed in terms ofPsychology2, 541:all that is more than the separated self. Any group which is engineered and controlled by one manPsychology2, 541:is engineered and controlled by one man or by a group of men, whether it is a nation, or a bigPsychology2, 547:diseases (epidemic or endemic) which are of group origin and involve the man as a part of his groupPsychology2, 547:origin and involve the man as a part of his group karma, but are quite frequently unrelated to hisPsychology2, 547:of force". These are generated by a man or by a group of human beings through hatred or [548]Psychology2, 553:the entire breathing apparatus are related to group conditions. These I will touch upon later.Psychology2, 559:Attraction. c. Herd instinct. Gregariousness. Group consciousness. d. Curiosity. Enquiry. Analysis
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