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

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Psychology1, 81:nature. This outgoing ray of devotion to the ideal, and the incoming ray of magical order orPsychology1, 82:authority to enforce an individual's idea of the ideal. The need today is for sound teaching as toPsychology1, 174:and its achievements rather than by war. Yet the ideal of a superman is a true ideal, and it needsPsychology1, 174:by war. Yet the ideal of a superman is a true ideal, and it needs upholding before the world.Psychology1, 210:who is a born genius in organization, of the ideal commissary general who will dress and feed thePsychology1, 210:of the perfect sculptor, who sees and produces ideal beauty, of the designer of beautiful forms andPsychology1, 247:the urge to evolve. It is growth towards an ideal, or towards a divine prototype or archetype. HerePsychology1, 284:best possible advantage. This has always been an ideal, but it has never yet been satisfactorilyPsychology1, 287:lies truth. Where this true marriage and these ideal sexual relations on all three planes arePsychology1, 297:which at present exists, and in pointing out an ideal one which lies ahead, but which is not as yetPsychology1, 298:of an ultimate approximation to the presented ideal in a distant future, is it possible at thisPsychology1, 331:him eventually to lay the emphasis upon the ideal and the spiritual, and not upon the material andPsychology1, 343:last the sense of true values, the vision of the ideal, and the capacity to distinguish realityPsychology1, 358:served to attract men's minds towards an ideal, such as that of individual sacrifice or service,Psychology1, 361:teaching, to advanced humanity. The nebulous ideal of simply "being kind" is the same motivation,Psychology1, 361:and service, within the group and to the group ideal, will be the goal of the masses of advancedPsychology1, 385:and Spain. It is the fanatical adherence to an ideal which is responsible also for the potentPsychology1, 387:just loving understanding. This, I say, is the ideal before her, but not the fulfiled achievement.Psychology1, 390:the American consciousness and the growth of the ideal of Pan-America. Psychology1, 390:following sequential order: The sensing of an ideal. The formulation of a theory. [391] The growthPsychology1, 391:ray embodies an idea which can be sensed as an ideal. The rays in time produce the world patternsPsychology1, 392:superman. Germany has caught a vision of this ideal. It is as yet misinterpreting it, but GermanyPsychology1, 392:and this is its ultimate destiny. If England's ideal of justice (which is the pattern of itsPsychology2, 13:self-centeredly, and who present to the world an ideal toward which they are indeed working, butPsychology2, 13:the goal. They are mentally in touch with the ideal and with the Plan. They are aware of forces andPsychology2, 28:subhuman; nor can we grasp the fabric of God's ideal as it underlies the sum total of thePsychology2, 42:Six Violence, Fanaticism, Wilful adherence to an ideal, Short sighted blindness, Militarism and aPsychology2, 87:impulse, national [87] patriotism and the world ideal, separative religious belief and thePsychology2, 88:to express itself consciously, and as an active ideal, in human life. The theme of all the worldPsychology2, 89:true. Man's thought dominated and distorted the ideal and produced such a damnable doctrine as thePsychology2, 111:words, or words which - at the best - embody an ideal which is so closely tied up with materialPsychology2, 121:the living substance of service is lacking. The ideal is right and true and meritorious, but thePsychology2, 124:question that service is not a sentiment or an ideal, but that it is an effect and a scientificPsychology2, 144:Others can be reached more easily by an ideal, and will then subordinate their personal lives andPsychology2, 144:their personal lives and wishes to that ideal. With these the sixth ray disciple works withPsychology2, 144:the truth, holding steadily before them the ideal, restraining them from a too energetic andPsychology2, 144:of evoking desire for the materializing of an ideal is indispensable, and, fortunately, there arePsychology2, 145:the physical plane. They can organize the evoked ideal which will embody as much of the idea of GodPsychology2, 146:which, though not yet perfected, exists as an ideal towards which the aspirant is constantlyPsychology2, 154:and for the eventual fulfilment of the hoped-for ideal state. Everything is governed by some formPsychology2, 206:and those who are beginning to get the ideal of service into their consciousness. Those souls whosePsychology2, 224:of all organization and of cooperation. The ideal before the Hierarchy is the realized Plan. ThisPsychology2, 337:out after God, plus an intense devotion to an ideal of some kind or another. That of the vital,Psychology2, 372:my dream, my vision of reality, my limited ideal, my finite thought of God; - for these I struggle,Psychology2, 372:runs blindly after his Master, his chosen ideal and loses himself in the chaos of his uncontrolledPsychology2, 598:process of sensing the goal, of contacting the ideal and of visioning the many symbols that veilPsychology2, 599:the person of his idealism or to the spiritual ideal (personified or non-personified) of hisPsychology2, 622:the sacrifice of the personal life to the sensed ideal have all brought about a dangerous conditionPsychology2, 631:experiment which is not based on some such ideal, and which is not essentially an effort on thePsychology2, 631:antagonisms. In the process of materializing the ideal, in the effort to procure its recognitionPsychology2, 640:or galvanized into violent activity by some ideal for human, racial and national betterment.Psychology2, 640:a party to put it over, and fighting for their ideal. [641] Every day sees money spent like waterPsychology2, 641:funds to overthrow some ancient entrenched ideal, or for the substitution of some new idea. Men andPsychology2, 651:and victory are possible, if there is a unity of ideal and method amongst us. A picture of thePsychology2, 658:who are pledged to the working out of some ideal which seems to them to embody all that isPsychology2, 662:on an international scale. Theoretically, the ideal of brotherhood has been presented by manyPsychology2, 671:will materialize their interpretations of the ideal. These the masses have to accept, and becausePsychology2, 678:In this way the idea of the few will become the ideal of the many, and will finally make itsPsychology2, 678:enterprises are an illustration), the ideal of group welfare in contradistinction to individualPsychology2, 726:This would entail a restatement of the ideal on the part of each individual aspirant and disciple.Psychology2, 727:"doctrine of good will", and who can vision an ideal of group unity, carried forward without anyPsychology2, 727:This will entail the recognition of a common ideal; and the willingness to submerge (even if onlyPsychology2, 732:should be developed into a fact, a functioning ideal, and a positive energy. That is our work andRays, 37:constructively served. The consummation of this ideal is to be found in the activity of theRays, 148:being. [148] The Head (the idea), the Heart (the ideal) and the Throat (the creative agent of theRays, 148:the temporary and fleeting expression of the ideal, inspired by the idea) came into being; threeRays, 277:which lies behind the glibly used words "idea, ideal and idol," and which is also responsible forRays, 277:It is this also which characterizes the ideal for which the Hierarchy stands and which implementsRays, 287:impossible to put the divine ideas into their ideal form and then bring them down into the world ofRays, 428:the glamor of what they consider a great ideal (and such it is), the glamor of prestige and theRays, 429:selfish but it is the selfishness of a fanatical ideal, held by an immature, a too young a people.Rays, 469:The divine idea must become the possible ideal, and this ideal must become unfolded and manifestedRays, 469:idea must become the possible ideal, and this ideal must become unfolded and manifested inRays, 521:a sensitivity and a loving response to the ideal Man, summarized for present day humanity in theRays, 621:have been the warriors, and conquest has been an ideal. The world war (1914-1945) marked aRays, 624:objective. Their leaders have permitted the ideal of power (which is a great spiritualRays, 637:will eventually appear and control - the ideal of right human relations; it is the [638] struggleRays, 668:relationships, the basic plan is divine and ideal. After the first initiation, the entire sexReappearance, 9:and of racial perfection, and thus become the "ideal men" of the ages. Others, greater still, areReappearance, 158:a sensitivity and a loving response to the ideal Man, summarized, for present day humanity, in theReappearance, 164:philosophy of wishful thinking and an unachieved ideal. I refer to that period which will surelyReappearance, 178:and workers who are the closest to the spiritual ideal are as a house divided against itself. TheirReappearance, 186:should be developed into a fact, a functioning ideal, and a positive energy. This is our work andSoul, 155:and still less the mechanical; finally, not the "ideal" in the current sense of that term.Telepathy, 48:of translation from an idea into a presented ideal; it then comes under the invocative appeal ofTelepathy, 48:has hitherto - as a phrase - been confined to an ideal desire for correct interplay between man andTelepathy, 50:and its subsequent direction, as an ideal objective, into the world of men. In the early stages andTelepathy, 100:rules and that I am not dealing either with the ideal or with the undesirable; the sources of
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