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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GROUP
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Psychology2, 560:5. Spiritual discernment Response to group vibration Spiritual telepathy 7th (form) 6th (form) 5thPsychology2, 563:of what is later recognized by the intellect as group consciousness. These higher developments arePsychology2, 567:of an aspirant to his soul, his master and his group. When this psychometrical inclusiveness isPsychology2, 568:of the "wish life" of the person or the group to whom the medium is addressing himself. This wishPsychology2, 570:psychic powers would note around each sitter a group of astral forms (self-created) of those whoPsychology2, 571:levels of that Hierarchy (a still more potent group of thought forms) and have heard repetitions ofPsychology2, 575:psychological troubles which will be based on group conditions and influences and not so much on aPsychology2, 577:hidden in every form. They are concerned with group purposes and with the founding of the kingdomPsychology2, 577:dark forces are ruled on the physical plane by a group of six oriental leaders and six occidentalPsychology2, 578:particular point of attack at this time is the group of world disciples and initiates, for thesePsychology2, 578:cannot induce the disciples everywhere, in group formation or individually, to succumb in some formPsychology2, 578:to glamor, then they will endeavor to utilize group glamor to negative their efforts and forcePsychology2, 579:conditions and this is affecting potently the group activity of man. The effort by the dark forcesPsychology2, 580:Anglo-Saxons, and their various off-shoots. A group which bridges between the Oriental races andPsychology2, 580:purely Oriental nor is it Aryan. The Jews are a group of people in whom the principle of separationPsychology2, 584:is) by the thought, either of a sitter or of a group of sitters in a so-called "materializingPsychology2, 586:which comes from his contact with the group of sitters in the seance room or from a large audience.Psychology2, 595:heart disease and of emotionalism, evoked over group conditions) and of troubles related to thePsychology2, 615:Disciples and Mystics c. Diseases connected with Group Conditions We can only briefly touch uponPsychology2, 615:touch upon this theme, owing to the fact that group work (esoterically understood) is relativelyPsychology2, 615:the individual, working at this time in a group, is scarcely affected at all by these factors,Psychology2, 615:I refer here to his integration in the group. People are still so insulated in their personalitiesPsychology2, 615:that they are shut off, in many cases, from group stimulation, group effects and group impulses. ItPsychology2, 615:shut off, in many cases, from group stimulation, group effects and group impulses. It is only asPsychology2, 615:cases, from group stimulation, group effects and group impulses. It is only as they becomePsychology2, 615:and, therefore, more easily responsive to the group ideas, the group idealism, and to the groupPsychology2, 615:more easily responsive to the group ideas, the group idealism, and to the group aura (with itsPsychology2, 615:the group ideas, the group idealism, and to the group aura (with its outbreathing and itsPsychology2, 615:its outbreathing and its inbreathing and its group livingness) that they can and do succumb toPsychology2, 615:can and do succumb to those difficulties which group life imposes. Today it is the central figurePsychology2, 615:imposes. Today it is the central figure in the group life, the dominant personality or soul, who isPsychology2, 615:personality or soul, who is the one to whom the group life and the group thought turns, with allPsychology2, 615:who is the one to whom the group life and the group thought turns, with all the consequences ofPsychology2, 615:such turning. It is this person, upon whom the group life pivots (if I may use such a term), who isPsychology2, 615:pivots (if I may use such a term), who is the group victim and it is he who pays the price of anyPsychology2, 615:victim and it is he who pays the price of any group weakness. The expression of the group attitudePsychology2, 615:of any group weakness. The expression of the group attitude finds its outlet in him and he is, atPsychology2, 615:and he is, at times, practically "killed" by the group. No group today is a perfect group. They arePsychology2, 615:at times, practically "killed" by the group. No group today is a perfect group. They are in thePsychology2, 615:by the group. No group today is a perfect group. They are in the experimental stage and are largelyPsychology2, 615:this time. This accounts for the failure of the group, as a rule, either to understand the [616]Psychology2, 616:It is not my intention to deal here with group difficulties, for that is not my theme. I amPsychology2, 616:problems of the individual who is sensitive to group pressures and group life - a very differentPsychology2, 616:who is sensitive to group pressures and group life - a very different thing to the usual problemsPsychology2, 616:condition, problems, difficulties and deaths of group leaders. I would call this definitely to yourPsychology2, 616:call this definitely to your attention. The group members - little as they may like to recognizePsychology2, 616:- are not as yet prone to suffer much from the group life, the group emanation and the group energyPsychology2, 616:prone to suffer much from the group life, the group emanation and the group energy for they are notPsychology2, 616:from the group life, the group emanation and the group energy for they are not yet sufficientlyPsychology2, 616:are not yet sufficiently integrated into the group. The problem we are considering falls into twoPsychology2, 616:as a result of the directed thought of the group. On this I can say something. Diseases, connectedPsychology2, 616:by them - the leader or focal point of the group. These same problems may also affect the three orPsychology2, 616:affect the three or four people who, with the group leader and in collaboration with him, directPsychology2, 616:leader and in collaboration with him, direct the group policies. [617] Psychology2, 617:Mystics Diseases and Problems evoked by Directed Group Thought It will be obvious to you that thePsychology2, 617:of these difficulties will be those arising from group criticism, either voiced or strongly felt.Psychology2, 617:of individual intellect. Each member of any group, particularly those in the immediate circle ofPsychology2, 617:by the criticism and the consequences of this group-directed thought may result in the physicalPsychology2, 618:gossip which seems necessary to the average group member. It is like the very breath of death andPsychology2, 618:poison and distress but it can also kill the group life and render abortive the efforts whichPsychology2, 618:might work. From every side and in every group there streams in on the group leader directedPsychology2, 618:side and in every group there streams in on the group leader directed criticism, poisonousPsychology2, 618:and hates, the frustrated ambitions of group members, their resentments and their unsatisfiedPsychology2, 618:the emotional bodies. The responsibility of the group member is, therefore, great and it is onePsychology2, 618:dire effects when one person is the target for group criticism and when the directed thought of aPsychology2, 618:or two individuals. The more highly evolved the group leader, the greater the pain and suffering.Psychology2, 619:You might here ask. What can a leader or a group of leaders do in these unfortunately normal andPsychology2, 619:refuse to become bitter over the pain which the group occasions and wait until the group membersPsychology2, 619:which the group occasions and wait until the group members learn the lessons of cooperation, ofPsychology2, 619:and understanding of the problems with which all group leaders are faced in these difficult andPsychology2, 619:this problem and one that must be faced by many group leaders. In this reverse situation, thePsychology2, 619:is "smothered" by the devotion of certain of the group members. Group leaders can be almostPsychology2, 619:by the devotion of certain of the group members. Group leaders can be almost annihilated by thePsychology2, 619:many forms of difficulty, misunderstanding and group reaction - it is along the line of love andPsychology2, 619:upon for it is important in so far that it is a group activity, carried forward as a whole and isPsychology2, 619:or a small handful of individuals within the group. I refer to the way in which at this time aPsychology2, 619:I refer to the way in which at this time a group drains the life of its leader or leaders. ThePsychology2, 620:is seldom cut between the leader and the group. That was the major mistake of the groups in thePsychology2, 620:much distress and unnecessary suffering to the group as well as to the leader. In the New Age thePsychology2, 620:the cord will be cut early in the life of the group but the leader or group of leaders will remainPsychology2, 620:early in the life of the group but the leader or group of leaders will remain for a long time (asPsychology2, 620:and of teaching. When this is the case, the group can proceed upon its way and live its life as aPsychology2, 620:or other. According to the general flow of group life and activity so will be the effect -Psychology2, 620:- emotional and physical - upon any sensitive group member; the more frequent the physical contactPsychology2, 620:more frequent the physical contact between the group members the more definite will be the groupPsychology2, 620:the group members the more definite will be the group problems and difficulties, however. Groups inPsychology2, 620:successful working of the new groups. It is from group life and group atmosphere that muchPsychology2, 620:of the new groups. It is from group life and group atmosphere that much infection arises, leadingPsychology2, 620:of a physical nature. Disease is largely of group origin and the mystics and sensitive of the worldPsychology2, 620:easily succumb. In these early stages of true group work, the difficulties which arise from groupPsychology2, 620:group work, the difficulties which arise from group contacts are frequently of a purelyPsychology2, 621:the breathing apparatus which arise from group contact; I do not refer to the same difficultiesPsychology2, 621:which are brought by the individual to the group. Esoterically, the reason for this should bePsychology2, 621:this whole subject of breathing - individual and group breathing - is evoking its own parallelingPsychology2, 621:all the unrecognized effort on the part of the group - instinctual in nature more thanPsychology2, 621:planned - to offset certain definitely sensed group dangers. These practices can be beneficial ifPsychology2, 621:However, the special difficulties of group work in the New Age can be offset by certain esotericPsychology2, 622:say for the new groups are in their infancy and group difficulties have not yet developed on aPsychology2, 624:points, particularly about those connected with group or ray problems. This was unavoidable andPsychology2, 624:of the next century will the really new type of group emerge. Tentative beginnings of such groups
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