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

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Psychology1, 124:teach men to see etherically, by heightening human vibration by action of their own. They willPsychology1, 124:unrecognized fact that other beings, besides the human, have their habitat on earth. They will alsoPsychology1, 124:matter for his various needs. They will enable human beings so to control the ethers that weightPsychology1, 124:noiseless, and therefore less tiring. In the human control of the etheric levels lie the lesseningPsychology1, 124:become practically automatic. They will enable human beings, as a race, and not as individuals,Psychology1, 126:First of all, by a definite development of the human eye, which will then see that which is nowPsychology1, 126:pulsates, and all matter has its own color. Each human being can therefore be made to give forthPsychology1, 126:which is peculiarly his own. Every unit of the human race is on some one of the seven [127] rays;Psychology1, 127:with red as his primary ray, and meets another human being who is on the blue and yellow rays, withPsychology1, 128:ray, Indigo. 4. It is of course to the human interest that a study of the rays makes its mainPsychology1, 128:to the true understanding of man. Every human being finds himself upon one of the seven rays. HisPsychology1, 128:It governs the method of his relations to other human types and is responsible for his reactions inPsychology1, 129:the quality, nature, and destiny of vast human masses. The seven planets are governed by one orPsychology1, 130:treatise is to be approached from the angle of human evolution, it might be stated that only whenPsychology1, 130:possible. Symbolically, in the early stages of human evolution, [131] man is, from the angle ofPsychology1, 131:perspective as to the nature of the fires in the human expression of divinity. It must never bePsychology1, 132:light into the brain, and thus the way of the human being becomes increasingly illumined. The brainPsychology1, 134:of a great Being but the expression through human instrumentality of the divine omniscience), thenPsychology1, 134:of that perfect insight which will make every human being a complete and intelligent cooperatorPsychology1, 135:and is more or less self-directed in the human family; it is blindly followed by the forms in thePsychology1, 135:we enter more entirely into the domain of human evolution itself, and the vague wordPsychology1, 142:is an expression of the life of God, and every human being has come forth along one line or otherPsychology1, 150:"life" our task is well-nigh insuperable, for no human being has, or can have, any comprehension ofPsychology1, 151:bearing on the evolution of quality in the human family, that the seven creative Builders orPsychology1, 154:especially in connection with an individual human being, for the scale is so minute, relatively,Psychology1, 155:as it in its turn relates itself to human consciousness. It does not mean that the adept hasPsychology1, 156:is rare indeed, and only one hundred and eleven human beings, during our planetary history, havePsychology1, 156:of the Plan and the amazing scope of the human consciousness. What that contact with the highestPsychology1, 156:Little by little we (and by that I mean the human family, as a whole) are approaching the "place ofPsychology1, 159:Son. Yet these three are as much a unity as is a human being who conceives an idea, uses his mindPsychology1, 160:of psychology go astray in their handling of the human unit, for just this reason; they do notPsychology1, 161:have a brilliant worker in the varying fields of human endeavor. When, as is occasionally the case,Psychology1, 162:Ray IV - Harmony, Conflict - 4th kingdom - Human. The Balance. Ray V - Concrete Knowledge - 3rdPsychology1, 163:mineral, vegetable, and animal as well as the human - is divided into seven primary types or rays,Psychology1, 163:(i.e. the transition from the animal to the human kingdom) can take place at present only throughPsychology1, 163:each ray, some species of animal susceptible to human influence through which suchPsychology1, 167:consider the virtues, the vices and the special human characteristics which differentiate thePsychology1, 167:the modifying factors in the character of every human being, as well as to the planetary influence,Psychology1, 169:Ego starts on its upward climb through the human kingdom. This is the third outpouring for eachPsychology1, 169:of. This is the planetary ray under which each human being is born. It must of course be understoodPsychology1, 171:religious, and the educational departments of human evolution might be adequately served. At thePsychology1, 175:which they are working, except in terms of human ambition and power. Nevertheless, unknown toPsychology1, 175:They respond to the idea of general good, of human equality, of the superman, of universal tradePsychology1, 178:rays are turned to the work of expanding the human consciousness, of bringing to light the hiddenPsychology1, 178:work is being carried forward in three fields of human thought and activity, the net result is onePsychology1, 180:with ideas, and in the constant impact upon the human consciousness of the great concepts which liePsychology1, 182:of the second problem, and the ridding of the human consciousness of another area of doubt. ThePsychology1, 183:of a power within the physical eye of a human being (a power which has always been there, but whichPsychology1, 184:part to help is more active than ever before, as human beings demand more [185] potently thePsychology1, 194:the many manifestations of the many schools of human thought, which enlarge through theirPsychology1, 194:enlarge through their researches the range of human knowledge, have the same objective. At the samePsychology1, 197:Life as It has cycled through the subhuman and human kingdoms. Each of the kingdoms in nature hasPsychology1, 198:of Concrete Knowledge, which pours through the human family upon the third kingdom in nature. ManPsychology1, 198:through the slaughter of the animal form of the human being in the Great War, for instance. In thePsychology1, 199:shedding of blood down the ages, prehuman and human. But through the "pouring out of that waterPsychology1, 199:of slaughter, whether in the animal or the human kingdom, originated in events which occurredPsychology1, 200:perfume of the aspirant, the devotion to other human beings (the sublimation of domesticity), andPsychology1, 204:for himself alone, absolutely indifferent to the human needs of others. The foresight of such a manPsychology1, 216:Instinct. VI. Devotion Domesticity. 4. Human IV. Harmony through Conflict Experience. Growth. V.Psychology1, 220:building of ever more refined structures. The human kingdom follows the same procedure, and drawsPsychology1, 220:and the vegetable world. In the early stages of human unfoldment, animal food was, therefore, bothPsychology1, 220:today, and meat eating - at a certain stage of human unfoldment - incurs no evil doing. Out of thePsychology1, 220:doing. Out of the great experimental school of human existence the kingdom of souls drawsPsychology1, 220:its being. There are certain parallels in the human organism and certain correspondences which arePsychology1, 220:may be presented in the following manner: The human kingdom Brain Vocal organs The two headPsychology1, 220:can be here seen, and the symbolism of the human form can be noted. The seven kingdoms as a wholePsychology1, 221:3. Animal kingdom solar plexus Pancreas. 4. Human kingdom sacral center Gonads. 5. Egoic kingdomPsychology1, 222:Concretization Transfusion Experimentation. 4. Human Adaptation Translation Transfiguration. 5.Psychology1, 230:between the [230] mineral kingdom and the human evolutionary cycles might here be noted: The basePsychology1, 230:fire, heat and pressure in the evolution of the human being are self-evident, and their work can bePsychology1, 233:The perfume of perfection. The glory of the human aura. The radiant augoeides. Aspiration whichPsychology1, 235:relation existing between the mineral and the human kingdoms. In other words, by the consciousPsychology1, 236:- the animal kingdom. The pervasiveness - the human kingdom. The basic purpose - the kingdom ofPsychology1, 236:relationships, on a larger scale than the simply human, become clear: The body - mineral kingdomPsychology1, 236:body and akasha. Power to travel in space - human kingdom the goal of the human consciousnessPsychology1, 236:travel in space - human kingdom the goal of the human consciousness through the realization of thePsychology1, 237:whose consciousness is expanding out of the human to the egoic will follow my reasoning with aPsychology1, 237:and to realize that they (as well as every other human being) are governed or actuated by two rays,Psychology1, 238:matter must not be viewed from the standpoint of human consciousness, and the human standards ofPsychology1, 238:the standpoint of human consciousness, and the human standards of unfoldment and of awareness mustPsychology1, 238:These secrets concern the relation of the human evolution to the whole, and they are revealed toPsychology1, 238:kingdom - The secret of the following scent. The human kingdom - The secret of the double path orPsychology1, 239:- A bunch of cypress, over a funeral urn. The human secret - A twisted golden cord, with sevenPsychology1, 242:in kind) to that of the taking of life in the human family. The three aspects of divinity meet inPsychology1, 244:psychologically, during the later stages of human development. They should begin to be of greaterPsychology1, 245:The animal kingdom - The Moon and Mars. The human kingdom - Mercury and Saturn. The kingdom ofPsychology1, 247:they can contact each other. For instance, the human and the vegetable kingdoms find their point ofPsychology1, 248:Yet it must be remembered that the roots of human psychology lie hidden in this expression of God.Psychology1, 248:two, blended and fused in man, constitute the human soul. It is this fact that is the cause ofPsychology1, 249:during the period wherein he forms part of the human kingdom, his kingdom, [250] his consciousnessPsychology1, 251:eventually to a reopening of the door into the human kingdom. Some of the work already done by manPsychology1, 252:of relation and of plexus as we find in the human being and in the animal. Both kingdoms share thePsychology1, 253:animal kingdom, and will be consummated in the human. These are described in the Old Commentary asPsychology1, 254:to the animal kingdom are: The problem of human relations and responsibility. The problem of animalPsychology1, 254:The problem of animal individualization. a. Human Relations to Animals Only a few hints can as yetPsychology1, 254:first point to be emphasized in connection with human responsibility in relation to the animals isPsychology1, 255:It is found performing a similar function among human beings, and along these two lines of energyPsychology1, 255:powers and functions are concerned. In the human family another divine aspect is found functioning,Psychology1, 255:as the animal kingdom comes increasingly under human influence and the steady trend towardsPsychology1, 256:It is oft forgotten that there was a stage in human development when animal-man and the existent
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