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

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Bethlehem, 179:He walked and talked and lived an ordinary human life? Did He serve His race and return to theBethlehem, 180:a time when it was not present as a need in the human consciousness, and yet it is so new thatBethlehem, 180:down to this, Have there been in the course of human evolution certain, so to speak, nodal pointsBethlehem, 181:of history - the history of the evolution of the human heart, and of human consciousness." - PaganBethlehem, 181:of the evolution of the human heart, and of human consciousness." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, byBethlehem, 181:in order that all divine forms, including the human, may live. This has ever been recognized by theBethlehem, 183:relation to humanity and to the evolution of human souls. Clement of Alexandria tells us that "theBethlehem, 184:bringing about the salvation of any individual human being. It signified far more than the basis ofBethlehem, 184:Christ can be seen crucified. Down the ages human beings have symbolized the comic Christ immolatedBethlehem, 186:of the last of the manifesting kingdoms, the human, that the cross and its purpose is completed,Bethlehem, 188:world, unparalleled by men. The whole trend of human life tends to repudiate those ancient tenetsBethlehem, 191:which prepared the way for it by molding the human nature which received them... the Incarnation isBethlehem, 191:has been one in which men have become strictly human. Up till that Incarnation there had alwaysBethlehem, 192:psychic and mental - which distinguish the human animal. He brought to us a manifestation of whatBethlehem, 194:learn the lesson that by the sacrifice of the human nature the divine aspect might be "saved." ThusBethlehem, 196:shortcomings and the relative evil of the lower human nature. We have seen that one of the factorsBethlehem, 196:widen, and become more divine as well as more human. It is a human [197] characteristic to beBethlehem, 196:more divine as well as more human. It is a human [197] characteristic to be conscious of sin, andBethlehem, 197:of sin runs naturally and normally throughout human history; and the effort to expiate it, in theBethlehem, 198:is often summarized in five points. (1) Every human being as a descendant of Adam (whom allBethlehem, 198:that their doctrine fully provides for human freedom, and that God is in no way responsible forBethlehem, 198:and that God is in no way responsible for human sin." - A Student's Philosophy of Religion, byBethlehem, 198:178. In view, therefore, of this emphasis upon human sinfulness, and as a result of the age-oldBethlehem, 199:not divorce Himself from the consequences of human frailty and ignorance. Thus humanity gives aBethlehem, 199:so transgressed a dimly sensed realization of human relationships and intercourse, sacrifice wasBethlehem, 200:of that which is valued, leading eventually to human sacrifices. Men are saved by the sacrifice ofBethlehem, 200:to the knowledge that the determining factor in human life is love, and that "God is love." (I St.Bethlehem, 201:and died because He loved and cared enough for human beings to demonstrate to them the Way thatBethlehem, 203:Controlled action in every department of human life is the ideal, and this action must be based onBethlehem, 204:of man's nature - the spiritual and the strictly human. When we turn the light of our awakenedBethlehem, 204:us is dominating. It is gradually dawning on the human consciousness that a separative attitude hasBethlehem, 204:this appeal cannot be made, there is no human hope of a cure. The key to psychological healing liesBethlehem, 205:group, a business group, or just the group of human beings with whom our general destiny casts us.Bethlehem, 205:analysis, sin signifies wrong relation to other human beings. It was the sense of this wrongBethlehem, 205:today that the only real sin is to hurt another human being. Sin is the misuse of our relationshipsBethlehem, 205:and our lives are spent in contact with other human beings. The way in which we handle this dailyBethlehem, 207:[207] evolution which He had reached, to hurt a human being. He was perfectly balanced and hadBethlehem, 207:to do God's will. There were moments when His human flesh quailed before the prospect which openedBethlehem, 209:could now enter upon its cycle of activity. The human kingdom had evolved to the point where it hadBethlehem, 211:down the ages, and the attitude of God towards human beings from the earliest times, through theBethlehem, 211:of God and the inclination to live as ordinary human beings: herein lies the distinction betweenBethlehem, 211:of the kingdom of God and a member of the human family. It was love which Christ endeavored toBethlehem, 212:of the fact of the presence of God in the human heart which is the basis of the mystical vision,Bethlehem, 212:That which will eventually reorganize our human life is the presence in the world of those who knowBethlehem, 213:is the [213] strife which takes place in the human mind between the yearning for understanding, andBethlehem, 215:and an attitude to the Christ dwelling in the human heart. We learn through pain and sufferingBethlehem, 217:helplessness and consequent maladjustment of human beings evoked from Jesus the demand thatBethlehem, 217:released from the darkness and ignorance of the human kingdom. Bethlehem, 217:and it is the soul, the Christ in every human being, which is strength and joy and love. He knewBethlehem, 219:and therein is [219] found the problem of every human being. Christ draws the two together - theBethlehem, 220:to another at-one-ment which He had to make as a human being; and there on the Cross, in the fullBethlehem, 222:stay with humanity, working for the salvation of human beings until all the sons of God shall haveBethlehem, 225:of the world demand. Christ shared with us, as a human being, the path of world experience. HeBethlehem, 225:was nothing else for Him to do, as He was a human [226] being. But He threw upon this lifeBethlehem, 226:which we are confronted is the fact that "...human nature as we know it can neither attainBethlehem, 226:also our method of release from the thralldom of human experience. We must grasp this; we mustBethlehem, 229:to each belongs! There is a sound made of all human speech, And numerous as the concourse of allBethlehem, 233:know that before long the hold death has on the human being, and the terror which the angel ofBethlehem, 233:the Christ life expresses itself in and through human beings, they will demonstrate to themselves,Bethlehem, 233:be revealed only when love holds sway over the human consciousness, and where the good of theBethlehem, 235:of His rising, and whether He rose as a human being or as the Son of God. They have been deeplyBethlehem, 235:safeguard Christian believers, and to reconcile human interpretations with the truth in theBethlehem, 235:rose again because He was divinity immanent in a human body. Through the processes of evolution andBethlehem, 235:present in Him and in us all. Because Christ was human, He rose again. Because He was also divine,Bethlehem, 239:and follow; and Christ, alive today in every human heart, the guarantee of, and the urge towardsBethlehem, 239:immortality seem to be inherent in the human consciousness. It will inevitably occupy more and moreBethlehem, 241:Great Britain, and constitute a large group of human beings who make the great adventure. If thisBethlehem, 241:yet it is the event about which the majority of human beings refuse to think at all until facedBethlehem, 243:from the static condition in all [243] realms of human thought which marked the early part of theBethlehem, 244:that which is the real man, from the angle of human life. There is something in us that refusesBethlehem, 245:exists the soul needs no more the school of human experience. This thought gives rise to theBethlehem, 248:divinity. His divinity expressed itself through human form, and in that form evidenced value,Bethlehem, 250:pain. An objective must be sensed under all human activity. The idealism of the leaders of the raceBethlehem, 250:realization of God must have some basis in fact. Human beings are convinced that the apparentBethlehem, 253:the animal; then it has progressed on into the human kingdom, wherein self-consciousness holdsBethlehem, 253:into life eternal. Therefore the trend in human affairs at this time towards synthesis,Bethlehem, 255:true - in things total." - The Meaning of God in Human Experience, by W. E. Hocking, p. 427. [257]Bethlehem, 258:Four Noble Truths, a concise statement of the human situation. He outlined to them the NobleBethlehem, 259:due to the fact that the general average of human development is so high that the power to standBethlehem, 260:all products of the emphasis Christ laid upon human divinity and on the brotherhood of man, basedBethlehem, 260:so that its symbolism could penetrate into the human consciousness. He gave us a demonstration ofBethlehem, 260:founded the kingdom of God in due time when the human kingdom was reaching maturity. HeBethlehem, 260:service and discipline) to pass out of the human kingdom into the spiritual kingdom. [261] HeBethlehem, 261:proved that the bonds of death cannot hold any human being who can function as a Son of God. ManyBethlehem, 262:remains unrecognized. How shall we perfect the human being, so that his handling of life, and hisBethlehem, 262:and program for the solution of the problem of human perfection, the problem of a new world, andBethlehem, 263:of a new kingdom in nature arising out of the human kingdom, with its own principles of living, itsBethlehem, 263:its brotherhood of man. In the unfoldment of the human consciousness we are passing out of theBethlehem, 266:God in man could be and do. The achievement of human perfection is not the simple matter ofBethlehem, 267:path of becoming, and in many cases are scarcely human beings, to understand the real significanceBethlehem, 269:which are characteristic of the Christ in the human heart, the soul, the son of God in incarnation,Bethlehem, 270:one ideal for man, to make himself profoundly human. 'Be ye perfect.' The whole man, the completeBethlehem, 271:Christ trod from Bethlehem to Calvary. We are human beings, but we are also divine. We are citizensBethlehem, 271:pouring in all the time; love is latent in every human heart. Only obedience is required at theBethlehem, 271:He sounded forth. He has demonstrated to us our human and divine possibilities, and by acceptingBethlehem, 271:the God-man. He alone really and finally places human nature in the right light. His appearance inBethlehem, 271:that state of consciousness on a universal and human scale which will make out of the human beingBethlehem, 271:and human scale which will make out of the human being [272] a citizen of the kingdom, consciouslyBethlehem, 273:on every hand and recognize the Christ in every human being. Bethlehem, 273:is wider than that, and includes every human being who is thinking in larger terms than the
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