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

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Psychology1, 379:which will bridge the gap between the human consciousness and the spiritual, and make the racePsychology1, 379:a great coming evolutionary development in the human consciousness. But until that development isPsychology1, 380:in this world period, and in the transfer of the human consciousness from the world of materialPsychology1, 381:are controlled by two rays, just as is the human being. With the smaller nations we shall not [382]Psychology1, 391:psychology in connection with the individual human being, and his emotional and thought patternsPsychology1, 395:expression of the fourth kingdom in nature, the human, there was to be found a correspondence toPsychology1, 401:in number. They are as follows: The egos of all human beings are to be found upon one or another ofPsychology1, 404:and can consequently take Initiation. Every human being is also governed by certain group rays:Psychology1, 405:Aryan race, and this powerfully affects every human being. The cyclic ray. The national ray. All ofPsychology1, 412:Rays Discipleship and the Rays from: Initiation, Human and Solar 1st Ray Force Energy Action ThePsychology1, 412:2, 4 and 6. The Animal Kingdom Rays 3 and 6. The Human Kingdom Rays 4 and 5. The Soul Kingdom RaysPsychology1, 412:Ray 3 - Instinct. Ray 6 - Domesticity. The Human Kingdom Ray 4 - Experience. Ray 5 - Intellect.Psychology1, 413:Throat. Animal Stomach. Liver. Solar Plexus. Human Brain. Vocal Organs. The two Head Centers. II.Psychology1, 413:Center Thymus. Animal Solar Plexus Pancreas. Human Sacral Center Gonads. Egoic Throat CenterPsychology1, 413:Concretization Transfusion Experimentation. Human Adaptation Translation Transfiguration. EgoicPsychology1, 414:the animal kingdom. The 4th ray controls the human kingdom. (A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, p. 588.)Psychology1, 414:ray governing the merging of that kingdom in the human. (A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, p. 590.) ThePsychology1, 414:human. (A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, p. 590.) The human kingdom is seeking to make manifest thePsychology1, 414:of the two above mentioned, fire and water. The human kingdom is responsive to the energy of firePsychology1, 414:in the mineral kingdom and shortest in the human kingdom. (A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, p. 1075.) ThePsychology1, 414:yet vital something which is the essence of the human permanent atom. [415] The vegetable kingdomPsychology1, 415:energy for the astral permanent atom in the human kingdom. The animal kingdom provides the negativePsychology1, 415:the Animal Kingdom The animal kingdom is to the human body what the dense physical body is to thePsychology1, 415:does not react strongly to the 7th ray. The human kingdom does, but the 7th ray will have threePsychology1, 418:Orange. S.D., III. p. 478. Esoteric Color: Red. Human Principle: Prana or life-vitality. DivinePsychology1, 418:Esoteric Color: Light blue. S.D., III. p. 461. Human Principle: The auric envelope. DivinePsychology1, 419:Exoteric Color: Black. Esoteric Color: Green. Human Principle: Lower mind. Divine Principle:Psychology1, 419:Principle: Buddhi. Intuition. Pure reason. Human Principle: Understanding. Vision. SpiritualPsychology1, 419:Exoteric Color: Yellow. Esoteric Color: Indigo. Human Principle: Higher mind. Divine Principle:Psychology1, 420:Color: Red. Esoteric Color: Silvery Rose. Human Principle: Kama-manas. Desire. Divine Principle:Psychology1, 420:Exoteric Color: White. Esoteric Color: Violet. Human Principle: Etheric force or prana. DivinePsychology1, 422:in nature: Ray IV Harmony, Conflict 4th kingdom Human. The Balance. Ray V Concrete Knowledge 3rdPsychology1, 422:6. Devotion. Instinct. Domesticity. 4. Human 4. Harmony through Conflict. 5. Concrete Knowledge.Psychology1, 424:The perfume of perfection. The glory of the human aura. The radiant augoeides. Aspiration whichPsychology1, 425:- the animal kingdom. The pervasiveness - the human kingdom. The basic purpose - the kingdom ofPsychology1, 425:body and akasha. Power to travel in space human kingdom - the goal of the human consciousnessPsychology1, 425:travel in space human kingdom - the goal of the human consciousness through the realization of thePsychology1, 426:of relation and of plexus as we find in the human being and in the animal. Both kingdoms share thePsychology1, 427:animal kingdom and will be consummated in the human. These are described in the Old Commentary asPsychology1, 429:planetary Logos of our planet. The ray of the human kingdom itself. Our particular racial ray, thePsychology1, 430:or an Entity or Being. That every planet, like a human being, is the expression of two ray forces,Psychology2, 4:moves and has its being." The unfoldment of the human consciousness is signalized sequentially byPsychology2, 5:in mind that our universe (as far as the highest human consciousness can as yet conceive of it) isPsychology2, 7:the following three points: With the strictly human consciousness as it begins with the process ofPsychology2, 7:out through the personality. Man, the average human being, is a sum total of separative tendencies,Psychology2, 9:produce the [9] perfect man. They explain the human problem; they indicate the objective beforePsychology2, 9:and hence also their differentiations as to the human apparatus, so that man is seen - as it were -Psychology2, 11:own ideas. One of the basic ideas underlying all human and individual conduct, is the necessity forPsychology2, 20:higher and greater and more inclusive than the human, the significance of these words may appearPsychology2, 20:expression of the immediate understanding of a human mind. But a definition may later be seen to bePsychology2, 21:focused in the fourth kingdom in nature, the human, through the agency of a "cycle of crisis", andPsychology2, 21:same truth. The quality of matter, built up into human form and indwelt by the soul or solar angel,Psychology2, 22:of the evolutionary process, and as far as the human personality is concerned - appearPsychology2, 23:Its danger consists in the capacity of the human intellect to separate and divide, so that thePsychology2, 23:humanity, as it concerns the unfoldment of the human consciousness. The whole emphasis of thePsychology2, 24:of the soul which indwells and informs the human form, and which gives to the man any real humanPsychology2, 24:human form, and which gives to the man any real human consciousness which may be present, is inert,Psychology2, 25:of the masses at this present time. The bulk of human beings are still Atlantean, still purelyPsychology2, 27:man's career from the time he emerges into the human kingdom till he passes out of it at the thirdPsychology2, 27:the soul, in this great life cycle which we call human incarnation, passes on the phenomenal planePsychology2, 28:and all the phases of life-conditioning in the human family, plus the kaleidoscope of events, thePsychology2, 28:Lives. Their consciousness so far transcends the human that only the initiate of high degree canPsychology2, 28:sensing of that portion of it which concerns the human consciousness. We have not yet been able toPsychology2, 28:of the synthetic Plan for evolutions other than human, both superhuman and subhuman; nor can wePsychology2, 29:there is free will, as far as activity in the human kingdom is concerned. Where no mind activity isPsychology2, 29:lies a hint upon the working of karma in the human kingdom; karma and intelligent responsibilityPsychology2, 51:a whole, as mankind expresses what we call the "human state of consciousness". I am not speaking inPsychology2, 56:is dispersed and disappears. The early stages of human development are - as in all else in nature,Psychology2, 57:understand it and as it must be studied by the human intellect) is the story of the evolution ofPsychology2, 58:final Temple of the Lord. The soul, incarnate in human form, places in that Temple his particularPsychology2, 62:"age of the soul". The soul is ageless from the human angle, and what is really meant is the lengthPsychology2, 63:method is pursued, and as we study the human subject, we discover that underlying the human body inPsychology2, 63:human subject, we discover that underlying the human body in all its parts, and constituting aPsychology2, 63:parts, and constituting a definite part of the human apparatus, there is a vehicle which has beenPsychology2, 65:statement indicates that, in the location in the human body where the spleen is found, along withPsychology2, 65:of the spleen and there form a cross in the human body, as they traverse each other's lines ofPsychology2, 65:of force. This is the correspondence in the human body to the cross of matter, spoken of inPsychology2, 67:The merging of these two energies in the human mechanism produces what we call consciousness - atPsychology2, 68:word in a symbolic and esoteric sense, in the human brain, whilst the life principle, as we havePsychology2, 68:principle, as we have seen, is anchored in the human heart. The four energies of the lower self -Psychology2, 68:energy of the atom is usually not counted as a human energy, as it is uniform in its usage in allPsychology2, 69:of five energies, and not of six energies. The human soul (in contradistinction to the soul as itPsychology2, 69:in its own kingdom, free from the limitations of human life) is imprisoned by and subject to thePsychology2, 71:the mind in two directions - into the world of human endeavor, and into the world of soul activity.Psychology2, 74:linking of the higher and lower aspects of the human nature, the more rapidly will the task ofPsychology2, 75:in line with the Plan. Every single unit of the human family who achieves success upon the Path ofPsychology2, 75:between the world of the soul and the worlds of human affairs. Each month, at the time of the fullPsychology2, 76:that which has been held. The various types of human beings who come forth along one or other ofPsychology2, 76:for the work of detachment. In the life of every human being on the physical plane, who has livedPsychology2, 85:the subtle and delicate apparatus of the human body and the steadily increasing sensitivity of [86]Psychology2, 86:the steadily increasing sensitivity of [86] the human mechanism, have brought about a worldPsychology2, 86:civic life, of scientific economics and of human interrelations, the steadily developing sense ofPsychology2, 86:life upon the physical plane, and within the human family. Hence the conflict of ideals in thePsychology2, 86:sets of principles are to be found controlling human life - the selfish and the unselfish, thePsychology2, 87:is the first of the laws to be grasped by the human intelligence, and is therefore the easiest forPsychology2, 88:itself consciously, and as an active ideal, in human life. The theme of all the world religions hasPsychology2, 88:world leaders and world rulers, of incarnating human beings and of revealing Sons of God. Let usPsychology2, 89:of death come into their rightful place in the human consciousness, and the law of giving, with allPsychology2, 90:to mankind. All that the intelligent human being can grasp as he looks back over the history of thePsychology2, 90:to him) is that there has been: Progress in the human power to be conscious. A growing and
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