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

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Fire, 218:seven letters, or a letter for each of the seven Heavenly Men, embodies the sound or note of theFire, 219:[219] the note of his being (or that of the Heavenly Man in whose Body he finds place) from theFire, 229:seen and felt, will His place among the heavenly constellations (the Son of God in a cosmic sense)Fire, 232:unit of [232] consciousness, to the great Heavenly Men, in one of Whose bodies a man forms a cell.Fire, 232:man forms a cell. The body of expression of each Heavenly Man is one of the sacred planets, andFire, 232:the entire scheme of evolution; Man, the Heavenly Men, and the cosmic Man (the Son of the FatherFire, 233:planes of the solar system, when speaking of a Heavenly Man. Achieve mastery on three cosmic planesFire, 234:of the inherent capacity of a human being, of a Heavenly Man, and of the Grand Man of the Heavens.Fire, 234:of the principles of a greater cosmic Entity. A Heavenly Man. He manifests through a planet, andFire, 234:the source of His essential unity with all other Heavenly Men. Cosmically considered, the Son isFire, 234:He has to develop during His life cycle. Each Heavenly Man, therefore, embodies predominantly aFire, 235:upon the fundamental principle embodied by the Heavenly Man, Who is his originating source. Thus weFire, 235:the similarity of the process in the case of a Heavenly Man and a human being. If we ask why tenFire, 236:the evolutionary process. In connection with the Heavenly Men, functioning through the planets,Fire, 236:gradual obscuration of our system. Four of the Heavenly Men find Their magnetic opposites, and fuseFire, 237:might be enumerated as follows: The Seven Heavenly Men. In their totality they make up the Body ofFire, 237:their totality, make up the Bodies of the seven Heavenly Men. Each Monad is found upon one of theFire, 242:through the seven divine Manasaputras, or Heavenly Men, in Whose bodies each unit of the humanFire, 242:in heaven Michael and His Angels, or the divine Heavenly Men, Whose problem is the same on theFire, 244:on his own plane. On higher planes the Heavenly Men (through atma-buddhi-manas) aim at a similarFire, 244:aim at a similar progression. These two, the Heavenly Men plus the units in Their bodies, which areFire, 244:human monads form, in their totality, the Grand Heavenly Man. When man achieves, then the HeavenlyFire, 244:Grand Heavenly Man. When man achieves, then the Heavenly Men likewise achieve; when They reachFire, 249:within the group form. Egoic groups and the Heavenly Men are formed by the aggregate of human andFire, 249:from his egoic group, and later from the Heavenly Man, in Whose body he is a cell. The unitedFire, 250:Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions A Heavenly Man 3 a. Each Heavenly Man is likewise to beFire, 250:Introductory Questions A Heavenly Man 3 a. Each Heavenly Man is likewise to be seen as spheroidalFire, 251:and in order to gain experience. [251] b. A Heavenly Man contains within Himself that whichFire, 251:Him in evolution. From the cosmic standpoint a Heavenly Man can be seen as a sphere of wondrousFire, 251:greater mahamanvantara or logoic cycle. c. A Heavenly Man is distinguished by His activity on oneFire, 251:man is self-conscious on all three. Eventually a Heavenly Man is fully self-conscious on the higherFire, 251:between the life animating the groups or the Heavenly Men, and the life animating the atoms or menFire, 251:in groups is both mysterious and wonderful. A Heavenly Man on His own planes likewise shows forthFire, 252:or individualized self-apprehension. d. A Heavenly Man contains within Himself three majorFire, 252:into the three, and the three into the one. Each Heavenly Man has, of course, His primary coloringFire, 252:his primary coloring or principle that of the Heavenly Man in Whose body he is a unit. He has alsoFire, 252:also the other two major principles (as has the Heavenly Man), and their differentiation into theFire, 253:and the minor seven. Only four principles in the Heavenly Men are as yet manifesting to any extent,Fire, 253:are in process of perfecting the fourth. The Heavenly Man of our chain is vibrating somewhat to theFire, 253:again holds good but not in exact detail. e. A Heavenly Man is governed by the Law of Attraction,Fire, 253:The Law of Synthesis is the primary law of a Heavenly Man. The Law of Attraction has full sway. TheFire, 253:The dense physical body is not a principle for a Heavenly Man, hence the Law of Economy isFire, 254:Law of Synthesis is the law of His Being. f. A Heavenly Man is finding His place within the logoicFire, 254:Magnetic stimulation of man emanates from the Heavenly Men on buddhic, and later on monadic levels.Fire, 254:on monadic levels. Magnetic stimulation of a Heavenly Man emanates extra-systemically, from theFire, 254:inducing steady internal development. A Heavenly Man is distinguished therefore by: His spheroidalFire, 255:fire, the basis and source of all life. 3 These Heavenly Men are: The sumtotal of consciousness -Fire, 255:or the taking of the etheric body by a Heavenly Man. They are the seven secondary creations, or theFire, 255:occultly and the Pleiades is feminine. A Heavenly Man in His planetary scheme creates in a similarFire, 256:of His body) the seven major groups or the seven Heavenly Men, who ray forth Their influence to allFire, 257:and is being worked out through one of the Heavenly Men. Only four principles are as yet manifestedFire, 257:the evolution of the Logos parallels that of the Heavenly Men. e. The solar Logos is governed byFire, 257:in which He holds a place analogous to that of a Heavenly Man in a solar system. He seeks first toFire, 259:through His seven Centers, the seven Heavenly Men, the Divine Manasaputras. This problem is notFire, 264:might be considered as: The life of the Heavenly Man in Whose body the human Monad finds a place.Fire, 264:a place. The life of the Logos in Whose body the Heavenly Man finds place. It might be useful hereFire, 266:one make ten. There are ten centers in the Grand Heavenly Man. A Heavenly Man The seven chains of aFire, 266:are ten centers in the Grand Heavenly Man. A Heavenly Man The seven chains of a scheme. The twoFire, 267:This proceeds macrocosmically through the seven Heavenly Men, Who are [268] actively intelligent,Fire, 268:the Grand Man of the Heavens. In the case of a Heavenly Man the development proceeds through theFire, 269:Nature. This can be likewise predicated of a Heavenly Man in His sphere and of a man in his tinyFire, 269:- Section Two - Introductory Questions 4. The Heavenly Men and Man The final part of question sixFire, 270:Logoi, and are the Lords of the Rays, the seven Heavenly Men. They developed the mind aspect in theFire, 270:human vehicles, and the cells in the bodies of a Heavenly [271] Man, will be productive ofFire, 271:(of which the dense physical is not one) so a Heavenly Man has an originating source, His Monad, aFire, 271:not occultly count it as a principle. So the Heavenly Man is extraneous to the two lower planes ofFire, 271:his relationship (as a cell in the body) to a Heavenly Man only when he is developing theFire, 271:bodies are the lowest forms through which a Heavenly Man manifests, just as the physical body isFire, 271:the mental, the astral and the physical. A Heavenly Man has His source outside the solar system (asFire, 272:him to a stage of consciousness achieved by a Heavenly Man in a much earlier mahamanvantara. InFire, 272:is consequently the fourth cosmic ether. The Heavenly Men form the seven centers in the body of theFire, 272:or other of the seven centers in the body of a Heavenly Man. The solar Logos forms one center inFire, 273:to the different parts) of the seven Heavenly Men. A Heavenly Man, with His seven centers, formsFire, 273:different parts) of the seven Heavenly Men. A Heavenly Man, with His seven centers, forms oneFire, 273:the seven Rishis of the Great Bear and the seven Heavenly Men. The seven Rishis of the Great BearFire, 273:human unit. 13 In the Secret Doctrine the Heavenly Men are spoken of as: Agents of creation. TheyFire, 273:Kumaras, the Primordial Seven, the Rudras, the Heavenly Men, the Rishis, the Spirits before theFire, 277:during any one incarnation. In relation to a Heavenly Man it might be considered as the rotation ofFire, 277:incarnation and back again. In connection with a Heavenly Man it might be considered as the cycleFire, 277:which we call a round in which the life of the Heavenly Man cycles through all the seven globes. InFire, 279:consciousness, or the consciousness of a Heavenly Man as He cycles successively through the scheme.Fire, 280:even in cohesion identity is preserved. [280] A Heavenly Man, through the form of a planetaryFire, 283:body of manifestation. The magnetic force of the Heavenly Man, the planetary Logos, gathers out ofFire, 288:on the upward arc, or a particular center of a Heavenly Man, is coordinated. In the same way theFire, 288:we consider this subject only as it concerns a Heavenly Man, that we omit from our immediateFire, 289:with the development of the consciousness of a Heavenly Man, and the application by Him of theFire, 290:the lowest cosmic plane. Second: The work of the Heavenly Men Who in their totality are the sevenFire, 290:form the centers. It entails the attainment by a Heavenly Man of a group consciousness of aFire, 290:accurate vibratory relationship with the other Heavenly Men Who form the other centers. It carriesFire, 290:in the body of a cosmic Entity to that held by a Heavenly Man in the body of a solar Logos. ToFire, 290:the period of the seventh round, and gives to a Heavenly Man (when these rounds are viewed in theFire, 291:is due to the fact that the control of the Heavenly Man, Whose body our scheme may be, is as yetFire, 291:here be pointed out that the evolution of the Heavenly Men is unequal, and that our planetary LogosFire, 291:has not the control, for instance, that the Heavenly Man of the Venus chain has achieved. In eachFire, 291:under control, and the consciousness of the Heavenly Man expands to include one subplane more. TheFire, 292:system. This covers a period wherein five of the Heavenly Men, or five of His centers, andFire, 292:a similar course. This is achieved when all the Heavenly Men or each of the seven centers areFire, 292:the angle of vision (relatively limited) of the Heavenly Man of our particular scheme, and that itFire, 294:cosmic planes. A solar Logos 7 planetary schemes Heavenly Man 3 cosmic planes. Period of 3 solarFire, 294:3 cosmic planes. Period of 3 solar systems. A Heavenly Man 7 planetary chains Chohans and groups 2
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