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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - HUMAN
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Autobiography, 145:of the movie people and they are grand and [145] human folk. Of course there is a bad element but IAutobiography, 145:but I would like to know in what section of human society you will not find a bad element? ThereAutobiography, 145:"Well, then you see, Madam, what's left? Just human beings." And that has been my experienceAutobiography, 147:were different from other people and not just human beings trying, with simplicity, to help theirAutobiography, 153:as some fanatics claim. Sequentially, then, the human kingdom might well be regarded as drawing itsAutobiography, 154:of the East, it is pointed out that the human kingdom is "the food of the gods" and in thatAutobiography, 154:The wild animals of the past preyed upon human beings. In all kingdoms the Law of RetributionAutobiography, 158:other personalities. The only pledge that any human being should give is, first of all, to his ownAutobiography, 163:that I got the first chapters of "Initiation, Human and Solar." I would like to make it quite clearAutobiography, 167:the first few chapters of [167] "Initiation, Human and Solar" I showed the manuscript to B. P.Autobiography, 179:trouble with prayer has been that the average human being makes it entirely a selfish thing and aAutobiography, 191:to write for the Tibetan and "Initiation Human & Solar," "Letters on Occult Meditation" and "TheAutobiography, 196:a disciple one is still a spiritually oriented human being requiring training and discipline. Autobiography, 197:to me or any other head of the School or to any human being. No oaths of allegiance or personalAutobiography, 199:A. Bailey - Chapter V One of the mysteries of human nature emerged most definitely into myAutobiography, 202:problem, and they are many, are an insult to the human intelligence and our young people are mostAutobiography, 210:you are of royal blood or the lowest type of human being socially, we have the same likes andAutobiography, 212:one's own set of brains and be an intelligent human being. Through the books and through theAutobiography, 218:was that the girls would learn to be more useful human beings if they got to know more about [219]Autobiography, 219:did not go to college. They have learned to know human beings and to realize that the U.S.A. is notAutobiography, 220:where interesting things are valued and where human values are emphasized I know no betterAutobiography, 234:can familiarize mankind with the need for right human relations expressed in every community, inAutobiography, 234:cleared the stage. The evils of wrong human relations, the wickedness of aggression and racialAutobiography, 235:willing to do what they could to promote right human relations and spread the idea of goodwillAutobiography, 236:until goodwill is a conditioning factor in all human relations. Another revolutionary thing thatAutobiography, 245:Books The first book published was Initiation, Human and Solar. This was the result of her firstAutobiography, 245:received a worldwide recognition. Initiation, Human and Solar was intended to bring the fact of theAutobiography, 250:the soul, the true spiritual man within each human being. No theology is taught and the student isAutobiography, 251:animated by a sense of responsibility for human welfare and have interiorly pledged themselves toAutobiography, 252:aggression, cruelty and the imprisoning of the human soul. They stand for liberty, for opportunityAutobiography, 252:all to move forward along the way of light, for human welfare without discrimination, for kindnessAutobiography, 252:or the people in any nation who are against human freedom and happiness. In their love and theirAutobiography, 252:the majority of those who are now the enemies of human freedom will themselves be free and treadAutobiography, 256:an intelligent understanding of brotherhood and human need. To be an accepted disciple, workingAutobiography, 258:light within the world and the unfoldment of the human consciousness. August, 1943. [259] Autobiography, 264:useful information about the three worlds of human evolution - the physical world, the world of theAutobiography, 264:with the heart approach to God and with the deep human instinct, if haply man may find Him. [265]Autobiography, 265:and to act as a soul in the three worlds of human evolution, through the medium of a highlyAutobiography, 266:nevertheless material forces (hidden within the human being), and frequently upon the psychicAutobiography, 275:courses, dealing with the vitality of the human being, his emotional nature and the mind. TheAutobiography, 276:the world of spiritual being, in the world of human living and with all forms of divine life, theAutobiography, 278:nature of all phenomena, including the human being. 8. Esoteric Psychology is also regarded as ofAutobiography, 279:the relation of all events, individual, human and planetary, and the why and the wherefore of allAutobiography, 280:of your life effort out of the fourth or human kingdom into the fifth kingdom. This kingdom is asAutobiography, 280:as much one of the kingdoms of nature as are the human or animal kingdoms; it is sometimes calledAutobiography, 280:separateness which is distinctive of the average human being. As you face this new life of trainingAutobiography, 281:needs of aspirants, to the unfoldment of the human mind, and the development, consequently, ofAutobiography, 281:mind, and the development, consequently, of human culture and civilization. These changes, however,Autobiography, 284:We hold (as does modern psychology) that a human being is a synthesis of the physical nature, vitalAutobiography, 287:experience of life in the fourth kingdom, the human. It is the Spiritual Hierarchy to which theAutobiography, 289:as it does all the subhuman kingdoms, the human family and the superhuman lives which stretchAutobiography, 289:lives which stretch beyond the strictly human into the very light of eternity itself. The practicalAutobiography, 289:the Kingdom of God and to demonstrate right human relations. Such a group will recognize similarityAutobiography, 291:behind the scenes, dealing with truths and with human need and galvanizing men to seek the oneAutobiography, 292:field of service and the ancient methods whereby human beings can pass from the unreal to the Real.Autobiography, 293:the spiritual plan and purpose in every phase of human activity, thus relating the word "spiritual"Autobiography, 295:is equally God Immanent, and that through human beings, who are in truth the sons of God (if theAutobiography, 295:of men are, therefore, One. That within each human being is a point of light, a spark of the oneAutobiography, 297:opportunity. At present, the condition of the human family confronts us with a worldwide need moreAutobiography, 302:all powerful, else there would be little left of human freedom, and we would all be destined toAutobiography, 302:things are known to be inevitable for the human family and certain other things are subject to ourBethlehem, viii:conscious evocation of the Christ Life in the human heart and our rapid integration into theBethlehem, ix:Remarks on Initiation KEY THOUGHT "There is a human desire for God; but there is also a DivineBethlehem, ix:supreme desire of God. The problem of God is a human problem. The problem of man is a DivineBethlehem, 3:of Nazareth brought about in the fabric of human life, His social and economic ideals, and theBethlehem, 5:never did not exist from the beginning of the human race until Christ came in the flesh, at whichBethlehem, 10:influence of Christianity. As a member of the human family, he has reached a level of integrationBethlehem, 12:that occur, if so desired, in the life of those human beings who take their stand upon theirBethlehem, 16:of people have grasped this ideal, the entire human family can stand for the first time before theBethlehem, 17:and the life of Christ will flower forth in the human kingdom. Personality then fades out, dimmedBethlehem, 18:of reality. At the same time He demonstrated to human beings the perfection of the task which eachBethlehem, 18:and bringing about that at-one-ment of the human and the divine which it is the task of allBethlehem, 20:the world of spiritual values. The atoms of the human brain are being "awakened" as never before,Bethlehem, 20:are to be found inactive and dormant in the human brain may be brought into functioning activity,Bethlehem, 26:the sequence of the revelation of Christ in the human heart. There is first of all the phraseBethlehem, 26:unfoldment of the Christ consciousness in the human being. Towards this the disciples of the worldBethlehem, that i:through the revelation of the Christ within each human being can this at-one-ment be made. OnlyBethlehem, 28:individual will be true ultimately of the entire human family. The plan for humanity concerns man'sBethlehem, 28:of mankind the Great Initiate. Just as soon as human beings can grasp in a large synthesis theBethlehem, 29:of difficulty, in every department of human life and excluding no group, indicates that mankind asBethlehem, 30:time (the Church invisible) guide and control human affairs. The goal which They have in view andBethlehem, 33:religion has been laid upon the unit in the human family, and also upon the unique mission ofBethlehem, 34:story which vitally concern the individual human being who, approaching the end of the long andBethlehem, 36:such a transition, and for the refocusing of the human consciousness in a higher dimension and in aBethlehem, 36:reorganization of world affairs and of human life, is already sensed and awaited by the thinkers ofBethlehem, 37:part. Each civilization, as an expression of the human consciousness, has had its Word. TwoBethlehem, 37:will be enabled to climb to the final peak of human achievement. The hidden divinity will thenBethlehem, 38:to the surface that which is hidden within the human heart, and to unveil to our eyes the newBethlehem, 38:Center in the Heavens, and the center in every human heart. Each individual soul must hear it forBethlehem, 40:them." - Paracelsus, by Robert Browning. Man the human being, a soul in incarnation, is on theBethlehem, 41:make out of the consciousness of the fourth or human kingdom, into the fifth or spiritual kingdom,Bethlehem, 42:Christ has been present, though hidden, in every human being. But in due time and season the infantBethlehem, 43:into it is as inescapable as birth into the human family. The process is a sequential proceedingBethlehem, 44:in their connection with his outer life as a human being. These two go on together, but the innerBethlehem, 44:into manifestation through the sacrifice of the human to the divine. The initiate is not simply aBethlehem, 48:The earlier steps on the Path are concerned with human living and experiencing, but the finalBethlehem, 49:a little nearer to His people, taking on a more human coloring until, in the Jewish dispensation,Bethlehem, 49:revelation of the Presence of God in the human heart, of Christ born in man, and of each humanBethlehem, 49:human heart, of Christ born in man, and of each human being manifesting, in truth, as a son of God.Bethlehem, 49:to show itself and is continuing to control human affairs, government and thought. Out of the
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