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

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Hercules, 22:The balanced and sane life, which is the ideal for a son of God, is subordinated to a fanaticalHercules, 73:And later he holds out before us a stupendous ideal which cuts at the root of spiritualHercules, 132:he must stand and work. If he rises towards the ideal world, he loses touch with common things; ifHercules, 137:and total integrity of one's vision and one's ideal; to accept detours, yet not lose the directionInitiation, viii:towards this goal. and in the unity of the one ideal, in their common aspiration and endeavor, theyInitiation, 24:and to foster in them response to that ideal which is latent in one and all. Initiation, 35:groups were to be found, those who fought for an ideal as they saw it, for the highest that theyInitiation, 42:the Manu of the fifth root-race. He [42] is the ideal man or thinker, and sets the type for ourInitiation, 53:endeavor, as long as it holds its initial high ideal and proceeds with pure altruism upon its way.Initiation, 55:[55] who have far vision and the international ideal are influenced by him, and with him cooperateInitiation, 75:the throat center. This is as yet but a distant ideal, but even now some can vision that ideal, andInitiation, 75:distant ideal, but even now some can vision that ideal, and seek - through united service, lovingInitiation, 111:of men everywhere, but remains as yet an ideal and a far-off possibility. Yet when a man strives toInitiation, 111:Yet when a man strives to reach that ideal, to make it a demonstrating fact within himself, he willInitiation, 193:and not just a theory, nor simply an impractical ideal and a pleasing sentiment. It is somethingInitiation, 197:in the preceding paragraph, but there the ideal is embodied, and, as we all know, the ideal isInitiation, 197:the ideal is embodied, and, as we all know, the ideal is seldom attainable in the presentInitiation, 198:and this eliminating period should - under ideal conditions which so seldom exist - cover the stageIntellect, 10:that he is only the symbol of the strenuous ideal, turns out to be a bridge too. Our only assuranceIntellect, 224:and beyond all manifested objects, there lies an Ideal Object or Ideal Pattern, which is seeking toIntellect, 224:objects, there lies an Ideal Object or Ideal Pattern, which is seeking to become manifest upon theIntellect, 224:calculated to hasten the manifestation of this Ideal. When we visualize, we use our highestIntellect, 224:we use our highest conception of what that Ideal might be, clothed in some sort of material,Intellect, 237:are unjustly attacked, and a constant eye to the ideal of human progression and perfection whichMagic, 90:all forms of that divine Life. This subjective ideal gradually leads to an appreciation of the wayMagic, 99:of pain and suffering and a return to the ideal conditions of the Garden of Eden. When manMagic, 112:are struggling to approximate themselves to the ideal, similarity of the egoic ray will produceMagic, 118:of units is approaching closer to the ideal and approximating the higher principles. In thinkingMagic, 130:abstract thought and for concentration on the ideal is only now in process of development, for thisMagic, 131:and we have the practical adaptation of an ideal to the needs of the physical life. It has beenMagic, 131:The detail and the method of concretizing the ideal and the necessary work is left to the sons ofMagic, 137:capacity to drive steadily forward toward the ideal. This entails the following factors: AMagic, 137:the following factors: A recognition of that ideal through meditation. Its application to theMagic, 164:so long as he can focus his attention on the ideal for which he created his thought-form and canMagic, 164:his thought-form and can link the form and the ideal together in one steady vision, just so longMagic, 164:long will it serve his purpose and express his ideal. Herein lies the secret of all successfulMagic, 170:his mental body; he sets before himself the ideal of service and seeks ever to serve; and thenMagic, 204:manifests, this too is superseded by love of the ideal, of the Plan, and of the purposes underlyingMagic, 219:much consideration, and though at present the ideal is viewed almost entirely in terms of theMagic, 246:of the form and the true spiritual man. The ideal is to achieve such a condition of consciousMagic, 252:life. He builds a thought-form of himself as the ideal man, the true server, the perfect master. HeMagic, 252:model the lower man and force conformity to the ideal. As he perfects his technique he finds aMagic, 259:or else discouragement is apt to ensue when the ideal is enunciated. World need and opportunity goMagic, 339:as yet largely a theory, but brotherhood as an ideal is now fashioned in the racial consciousness. Magic, 348:into fact. Hence the value of meditating on an ideal. In the meditation our thoughts vibrateMagic, 350:measure of success, yet with an unachieved ideal, the minutes of exhaustion of soul and body whenMagic, 367:wrests from the high places a touch of the ideal plan as it lies latent in the mind of the Logos.Magic, 373:evolution and approximating also nearer to their ideal. In all I have said anent the etheric bodyMagic, 399:loved deeply and were devoted to the spiritual ideal. They were not required to possess activeMagic, 411:responded to this work have not been true to the ideal is disastrously true, but the initial groupMagic, 416:whose daily thought life is oriented by the new ideal. That this thought life of theirs may workMagic, 527:the group of world mystics and workers, and the ideal set before the individual aspirant, are theMagic, 549:these words and note how the concept of the ideal requirements which constitute the equipment ofMagic, 618:give much time to picturing themselves as the ideal mystic, or in deploring their lack of spiritualMagic, 624:to break [624] down physically, or to lower his ideal so as to conform to weaknesses. To all thisMagic, 633:lies in the fact that though they respond to the ideal and regard themselves as of the new age,Meditation, 18:application, through love of some individual or ideal. A man learns to include through love ofMeditation, 18:man learns to include through love of person or ideal; be bends every faculty and every effort toMeditation, 18:is required, and in sacrifice for that person or ideal lays even his causal body on the flames ofMeditation, 48:In the world, yet not of the world is the ideal, and only in the advanced stages or just prior toMeditation, 55:itself in the struggle of humanity to grasp the ideal of harmony and peace, and in the worldwideMeditation, 145:of his Master, to him the embodiment of the ideal higher consciousness. He lays the outline of thisMeditation, 146:method the student pictures himself as the ideal man. He visualizes himself as the exponent of allMeditation, 146:to virtue in the building of the form of the ideal self until all the virtues have been attemptedMeditation, 168:Self, they may be his Master, they may be an ideal... But they are only steps upon the ladderMeditation, 172:and of power. In meditation the man takes some ideal, some part of the divine plan, some phase ofMeditation, 206:brooded, conceived mentally, formed an ideal world, and built it up in thought matter. Then ourMeditation, 231:of prophecy, and of the holding forth of an ideal some day to be attained. Only by pointing out theMeditation, 245:the etheric. In forming groups for healing under ideal conditions you would have at the head of theMeditation, 246:school of medicine. I have here touched on the ideal group. It is not as yet in any way possible,Meditation, 254:to seek out someone who, for him, embodies the ideal. Even those who do not admit the existence ofMeditation, 254:not admit the existence of the Masters seek some ideal, and then visualize that ideal as embodiedMeditation, 254:Masters seek some ideal, and then visualize that ideal as embodied in some form on the physicalMeditation, 257:themselves, perhaps, as the exponents [257] of ideal action, or visualize some greatMeditation, 257:that the search for light and for the ideal is necessarily long and difficult. "Now we see throughMeditation, 297:it is but that I seek to hold up such an ideal, and to give to the race an objective well worthMeditation, 317:I would point out that I have planned out the ideal, and pictured for you the school as it is hopedMeditation, 324:yet. Record, watch and await the hour when the ideal will materialize. Meditation, 344:personal goal of achievement, some great ideal - such as holiness of character - that calls forthPatanjali, 66:have been clear to him. He has glimpsed the ideal and is aware of the obstacles; he knowsPatanjali, 101:of his own pure spiritual nature), can ideal, formless, seedless, objectless meditation be arrivedPatanjali, 189:that this quality of "going forth" towards the ideal or of straining towards the objective must bePatanjali, 190:longing and enduring faithfulness to the ideal visioned are the sine qua non of discipleship. ThesePatanjali, 205:follows: Correct intellectual perception of the ideal on the mental plane. Pure desire, freed fromPatanjali, 224:forces. It should be borne in mind that the ideal condition is here dealt with and that no aspirantPatanjali, 262:in the early stages of soul unfoldment, yet the ideal condition is that of being in a state ofPatanjali, 418:and real; he becomes aware of the nature of the ideal and bends every power which he possesses toPatanjali, 418:which he possesses to the work of bringing that ideal into objective manifestation; he sees theProblems, 11:and the ambitions of a nation) constitutes its ideal objective and is most effective inProblems, 64:life to the point where today a still broader ideal is grasped by him - international unity or theProblems, 88:if persisted in. There is, needless to say, an ideal nationalism which is the reverse of all this;Problems, 93:This is, however, a great step forward. The ideal is universally recognized even if it remains asProblems, 174:seeking to show the people how practical is the ideal, how available the goodwill in mankind, andProblems, 180:these principles as their personal directing ideal, and who will endeavor to apply them to currentPsychology1, xxi:growth to a vaster conception and a universal ideal. The mark of the initiate is his lack ofPsychology1, 15:the eyes of the pioneering disciples of life the ideal of Oneness and of Unity. It has neverthelessPsychology1, 24:music that expresses - through the form of the ideal - that which is the originating idea. ThisPsychology1, 25:the divine nature. A militant focusing upon the ideal, a one-pointed devotion to the intent of thePsychology1, 49:manifesting Lords of love, but they sense the ideal and are striving towards its expression. NonePsychology1, 52:By this I mean the capacity to see the ideal reality lying behind the form; this implies a
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