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

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Psychology1, 100:some of the beauty contacted, some of the ideas revealed and some of the patterns seen, we shallPsychology1, 162:the three periodical vehicles: Ray I Power Life Ideas The Monad. Ray II Love-Wisdom ConsciousnessPsychology1, 162:which form the personality of man: Ray I Power Ideas Mental body Purpose, Life. Ray II Love IdealsPsychology1, 174:applied power of those who work with and through ideas has - during the past few years -Psychology1, 175:they are really sensitive to the great ideas thrown into their minds by the Minds behind thePsychology1, 179:Creative Builders, the Seven Rays The Problem of Ideas In the final analysis, the main problem ofPsychology1, 179:problem of world government is the wise use of ideas. It is here that the power of [180] speechPsychology1, 180:so than now through the use of the radio. Great ideas are dinned into the ear of the public withoutPsychology1, 180:and oblivion. In the aggregate of this play with ideas, and in the constant impact upon the humanPsychology1, 180:Through the evolutionary presentation of these ideas there is a steady march towards a liberty ofPsychology1, 181:thoughts play their part, and the problem of ideas will be increasingly understood, until the timePsychology1, 181:through (for the use of the race) the pattern ideas upon which to build. In saying this I realizePsychology1, 181:of patterns and upon the true interpretation of ideas, and hence the problems. Later, when the racePsychology1, 185:men will come to an understanding of those ideas which are needed to carry the nations the nextPsychology1, 187:and your money and your interest to carry these ideas to those around you in your own environmentPsychology1, 187:you to a united effort to inculcate anew the ideas of brotherhood and of unity. I ask you toPsychology1, 205:produce it. In all walks of life he is full of ideas, but is too impractical to carry them out. OnePsychology1, 217:Intuition. 6. Planetary Lives VI. Devotion to Ideas The Plan. III. Active Intelligence CreativePsychology1, 222:is not my intention to do more than convey a few ideas anent the rays and their relation to thePsychology1, 232:from within themselves the thoughts and the ideas which should lead them on in the realization ofPsychology1, 232:that the advanced teaching of today, and the new ideas which influence the pioneers of humanity,Psychology1, 233:it is. Let us now tabulate some of the available ideas and information. Psychology1, 236:kingdom of souls. Note also the correlation of ideas which can be found as we study the words: "ByPsychology1, 258:This is the basic truth lying behind the ideas put out at this time and classified under thePsychology1, 266:not here dwell, beyond pointing out that men's ideas and teaching anent reincarnation are as yetPsychology1, 266:must be made, and much rearrangement of ideas is necessitated, before a true understanding of thisPsychology1, 268:sounds, of conflicting views, and of varying ideas. It is obvious that the matter is a difficultPsychology1, 269:of people who are seeking to impose their own ideas and their peculiar solution of the problem uponPsychology1, 270:and the importance of a rearrangement of men's ideas on this vital matter. The attitude of thePsychology1, 271:the many points of view, the many dissimilar ideas, the many customs, the many types of relationPsychology1, 283:Second, to a reorganization of the racial ideas on marriage and on sexual relations. This is due toPsychology1, 283:abstract mental levels and in the world of ideas. Even the foremost thinkers of the race sense onlyPsychology1, 284:freedom which will admit of the inflow of new ideas and concepts. We shall discover that vice andPsychology1, 289:and as his love of beauty, of color and of ideas proceeds, we shall have a rapid increase in thePsychology1, 291:of their mental energy and of their plans and ideas is making itself felt competitively. Until thePsychology1, 293:and selfish; they will be more interested in new ideas than in the ancient theologies, and will bePsychology1, 304:life. These two attitudes embody two mistaken ideas, and lie at the root of much misunderstandingPsychology1, 306:in form supersede the present wrong grouping of ideas. The disciple and aspirant upon the Path, andPsychology1, 324:a discarding of the rubbish of old and worn-out ideas, and to a period of disciplining and trainingPsychology1, 340:producing the present potency of experimental ideas in the world of modern times. The attractivePsychology1, 341:that the intangible realities, and the world of ideas and causes must be, for him, in the immediatePsychology1, 349:thought which have in their time embodied man's ideas and sufficed for his helping during thePsychology1, 380:phrase itself contains three great and basic ideas: the ideas of life, of matter and of evolution.Psychology1, 380:itself contains three great and basic ideas: the ideas of life, of matter and of evolution. ThePsychology1, 389:side. They mother and nurture civilization and ideas. China, Germany, Great Britain and Italy arePsychology1, 421:the three periodical vehicles: Ray I Power Life Ideas The Monad. Ray II Love-Wisdom ConsciousnessPsychology1, 422:which form the personality of man: Ray I Power Ideas Mental Body Purpose. Life. Ray II Love IdealsPsychology1, 423:Intuition. 6. Planetary Lives 6. Devotion to ideas. 3. Active Intelligence. The Plan. CreativePsychology2, 11:of the individual as he seeks to express his own ideas. One of the basic ideas underlying all humanPsychology2, 11:seeks to express his own ideas. One of the basic ideas underlying all human and individual conduct,Psychology2, 14:The capacity to touch the plane of ideas and to bring [15] them through into consciousness. Even ifPsychology2, 44:check upon physical utterance of wrong words and ideas, based on inadequate knowledge. Today, thePsychology2, 55:to this difficult law; they indicate two basic ideas with which these trained initiates work. ThePsychology2, 55:These patterns are literally the divine ideas, as they emerge from the subjective groupPsychology2, 55:be thought that these patterns or fundamental ideas which take shape and appear to control the "wayPsychology2, 71:is: The recognition of, and receptivity to, Ideas. The creative faculty of conscious thought-formPsychology2, 91:If this is a statement of fact, and if these ideas are but the expression of still deeper and morePsychology2, 119:a forced negation of his personal self. His own ideas, his own personal well being and his ownPsychology2, 120:of time and of interest and of one's own ideas, it requires exceedingly hard work, because itPsychology2, 126:much harm, for people seek to impose their ideas of service and their personal techniques uponPsychology2, 126:May I beg those of you who respond to these ideas and are sensitive to soul impression (oft-timesPsychology2, 135:He will submerge his personality tendencies, his ideas and his ambitions in the greater good of thePsychology2, 135:that if they revolt or are dismayed by the ideas embodied in the words, that is perhaps anPsychology2, 136:of world evolution, through the importation of ideas. Such is the Plan for humanity. As the forcePsychology2, 140:men. This they do through the powerful impact of ideas upon the minds of men, and the emphasis ofPsychology2, 140:which must be assimilated by humanity. These ideas, when grasped by the aspirant bring about twoPsychology2, 140:by the minds of intelligent humanity. These ideas embody great [141] principles, and constitute thePsychology2, 141:[141] principles, and constitute the New Age ideas. These servers, therefore, work as God'sPsychology2, 141:an endeavor to impose certain basic and needed ideas upon the races of men, and much of Their workPsychology2, 141:ray ponder, meditate upon and assimilate the new ideas associated with the Plan, and by the powerPsychology2, 141:of World Servers is primarily associated with ideas. The [142] disciples and servers on the secondPsychology2, 142:it and inspiring it. They work, manipulating ideas so as to make them more easy of comprehension byPsychology2, 142:work of the true servers is largely with the new ideas and not with the business of organizationPsychology2, 142:of criticism (for these two go hand in hand). Ideas are taken by the third ray aspirant, as theyPsychology2, 142:the fourth ray aspirant is to harmonize the new ideas with the old, so that there can be noPsychology2, 143:motivating power, and to this end they work with ideas, proving them either true or false. TheyPsychology2, 143:investigation. From the sensed spiritual ideas, lying behind the form side of manifestation, fromPsychology2, 143:from the inventions (which are but materialized ideas) and from the witness to the Plan which lawPsychology2, 144:recognizing ideals, which are the blue prints of ideas. The main work of the disciples on this rayPsychology2, 144:the developed tendency of humanity to recognize ideas, and - avoiding the rocks of fanaticism, andPsychology2, 164:to see the correspondence or the trend of ideas which link, for instance: The beatitudesPsychology2, 172:of Laws. In Law One, we find that three major ideas emerge: First of all, that the Eternal Pilgrim,Psychology2, 173:attaining the releasing equilibrium. When these ideas are dominant in the mind, [174] he can servePsychology2, 181:has to learn to subordinate his own personality ideas and his personal growth to the groupPsychology2, 185:and age by a growing responsiveness to the mass ideas - called sometimes public opinion - of thePsychology2, 191:transmit, above everything else, the energy of ideas. That is their major function. The world ofPsychology2, 191:That is their major function. The world of ideas is a world of dynamic force centers. This shouldPsychology2, 191:centers. This should not be forgotten. These ideas have to be contacted and [192] noted. TheirPsychology2, 198:of Thought Churches Organizations Love of Ideas Philosophy Devotion Idealism Astral Unity - ThePsychology2, 203:which arise out of this awareness (limiting our ideas entirely to those within the radius of thePsychology2, 206:those who, though in the front rank, yet take ideas and propositions and work with them for thePsychology2, 219:also to write these words and to deal with these ideas, for there are those now coming intoPsychology2, 224:Plan. This is brought to humanity in the form of ideas, which become, in time, ideals - to bePsychology2, 224:Founders of those forms through which the divine ideas become the ideals of the masses, in allPsychology2, 228:of supreme importance, for they embody the key ideas which will reveal Deity in operation as thePsychology2, 243:itself, and reaches out to the world of divine ideas, and thus itself occupies a midway positionPsychology2, 249:is followed by the attempt to express divine ideas in adequate forms, according to the innatePsychology2, 255:nature and the growth of the power to recognize ideas and to push forward towards their fulfilment.Psychology2, 255:call Their disciples to be active. The power of ideas is only today beginning to be understood. ThePsychology2, 255:The potency of ideation, the forms which ideas must take, and the promotion of the cult of right
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