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

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Psychology2, 255:take, and the promotion of the cult of right ideas is one of the major problems to be tackled inPsychology2, 264:are influenced by the mass consciousness, mass ideas, and mass reactions, and therefore findPsychology2, 264:They are, therefore, mediums with mass ideas; they are swept by urges which are imposed upon themPsychology2, 264:they are simply mediums; they are receptive to ideas which are not their own or self-achieved. APsychology2, 278:become entirely possible. It is around these two ideas of divine descent and of human correspondingPsychology2, 288:forgotten and people will have to readjust their ideas in this matter. It is by an understanding ofPsychology2, 295:body - Second Ray of Love-Wisdom. Certain ideas should here be considered. They are here given inPsychology2, 303:easy for the average aspirant to sort out his ideas on these matters, or to see the extent of thePsychology2, 317:of disillusionment, of trouble; all the ideas which the race has prized down the ages and wherebyPsychology2, 325:terms which can be comprehended, and abstract ideas are thereby brought down to the level of thePsychology2, 337:vigor and sensitivity to the impact of ideas. That of one or another of these states ofPsychology2, 356:It is not possible to do more than put these ideas into symbolic form, leaving these mysteries ofPsychology2, 360:not love of my own thoughts, or love of my ideas or forms; love of the ordered process mustPsychology2, 361:all a disentangling and a release from his own ideas. This process takes much time, beingPsychology2, 372:with his work, his sacrifice, his task, his ideas, and his activities. He, the devotee, is lost inPsychology2, 373:sensitive to his own reactions and to the ideas of others where he and his truths are concerned. HePsychology2, 389:into the creation of those effects of which ideas are the cause, producing within the creativePsychology2, 390:mental level which is that on which the creative ideas of God emerge in form to be recognized byPsychology2, 395:also grasps the plans, purposes and materialized ideas of God. This is but a feeble effort in myPsychology2, 395:meditation. The living structure as it expresses ideas, the intricate beauty of the innerPsychology2, 395:living structure and the emerging conscious ideas with a synthetic comprehension and a simultaneityPsychology2, 399:of the Whole and the intricacy of the ideas which have come forth as an expression of that Whole.Psychology2, 407:and the consequent recognition of the higher ideas and idealism, and of those basic truths whichPsychology2, 417:eventually the personality. I commend these ideas to your careful consideration and assure you thatPsychology2, 425:failing to express the true significance of my ideas, and you are consequently gaining only anPsychology2, 430:(or at least experimenting with) the [430] above ideas. By their use, it will be found that thePsychology2, 434:with the lowest aspect and expanding their ideas to include the highest possible. These might bePsychology2, 440:and unrecognized desires, and the unexpressed ideas which are present, though unrealized. ThePsychology2, 455:purpose of the mind: As a medium for expressing ideas, through the construction of the neededPsychology2, 455:the future will be based upon the expression of ideas. This will be brought about, first of all,Psychology2, 456:this psychological trouble of blind adherence to ideas and of personality devotions are found inPsychology2, 464:phrasing this in this manner so as to convey the ideas of expansion, of inclusion, and ofPsychology2, 466:for the larger measures, for the new and vibrant ideas, and for the broader vision. The way of lifePsychology2, 469:for the carrying out of the mass of unrelated ideas occupy him. There is no real effort made toPsychology2, 469:is no real effort made to carry these plans and ideas through to completion, for they all remainPsychology2, 470:attention) penetrate into that larger world of ideas which are just ready to precipitate on to thePsychology2, 470:attaches to his so-called mental conceptions and ideas as to how it all should be worked out, andPsychology2, 470:worked out, or fail to appreciate the flood of ideas with which he is overwhelmed. It should bePsychology2, 473:understood. It is the misunderstanding [473] of ideas and thought forms of which they are guilty,Psychology2, 495:the race. These range all the way from the dirty ideas and the bestial filth, drawn forth at timesPsychology2, 505:but are concerned with men's thoughts about the ideas and ideals which - down the ages - havePsychology2, 508:them and the phenomena, the happenings, the ideas, and the life and knowledge of the soul realm arePsychology2, 512:through the galvanizing effect of two things: ideas, as they are presented to them, therebyPsychology2, 530:and pathological results. For instance, these ideas may clarify themselves in your mind if I pointPsychology2, 555:of the occult student, there are three ideas which lie behind this belief: The fact of thePsychology2, 585:racial and universal. If we extend these ideas into their planetary connotations (which isPsychology2, 601:their sense of duality finds satisfaction. These ideas exist as powerful thought forms on thePsychology2, 615:therefore, more easily responsive to the group ideas, the group idealism, and to the group auraPsychology2, 618:criticism, poisonous thoughts, untrue formulated ideas, idle gossip of a destructive kind, thePsychology2, 633:by emotional appeals and by promises, whereas ideas can make but little impact upon theirPsychology2, 634:sacrifices for their ideals, based upon the ideas presented to them by their chosen leaders. I amPsychology2, 636:and highly educated men and women, who sense ideas and formulate them into ideals. These peoplePsychology2, 636:for political, religious and social ends. Their ideas and utterances percolate down through thePsychology2, 637:leader or a cause, attacks on individuals whose ideas or manner of living is deemed detrimental toPsychology2, 638:the human spirit, but through the implanting of ideas in the minds of the world thinkers, and thePsychology2, 638:of the human consciousness, so that these ideas receive due recognition and become in time thePsychology2, 638:Group of World Servers in the task of changing ideas into ideals. These become in time the desiredPsychology2, 640:great ideals, all of them based on spiritual ideas, but all of them prostituted to ends which leadPsychology2, 641:the propaganda of some leader, or to support the ideas of another. Campaigns are held all over thePsychology2, 651:is becoming increasingly responsive to the new ideas. They have expressed their interest and arePsychology2, 653:will be consciously in touch with the world of ideas and the realm of intuitive perception. ThisPsychology2, 661:moulding public opinion, in the circulation of ideas and in the understanding of human relations inPsychology2, 661:will respond increasingly to the presented new ideas and will grow in strength, optimism, innerPsychology2, 661:task of achieving power in moulding men's ideas to the needed changes of thought and the newPsychology2, 661:To do this, there must be the explanation of the ideas which lie behind the group and a clearPsychology2, 661:of real values) and upon the dynamic power of ideas as they control, and can be shown to control,Psychology2, 662:in the world today is the [662] working out of ideas. As to the technique to be employed certainPsychology2, 662:with the imposition of some idea, or group of ideas, upon their peoples. This seems to the leaders,Psychology2, 663:by the groups who have promulgated these ideas is immeasurable and that humanity is deeply in theirPsychology2, 663:entirely correct; but the materializing of these ideas, which have hitherto remained theoretical,Psychology2, 664:responsible for the spread of those ideals and ideas which have led humanity onwards from age toPsychology2, 667:human consciousness, so that the newer and truer ideas may be grasped. Its function is thePsychology2, 667:should and will go steadily forward. The ideas briefly outlined above should be worked out inPsychology2, 667:be trained to work for the expansion of these ideas. The general public must be educated as to thePsychology2, 668:given out will tend to negate the present ideas which are powerful in producing the currentPsychology2, 668:an appearance of a group or groups, expressing ideas which potently emphasize one angle of publicPsychology2, 668:appear the group or groups which embody those ideas which lead to integration and constructivePsychology2, 669:is imminent. It is not possible for the new ideas, which constitute the coming ideals of the race,Psychology2, 669:race, to make any real headway. As yet, these ideas are only sensed and appreciated by a fewPsychology2, 670:in order to bring about the acceptance of these ideas by an ignorant and dissatisfied publicPsychology2, 671:love of his country (but with his own selected ideas as to the right solution of that country'sPsychology2, 671:one group of thinkers (advocating their peculiar ideas) upon another group of thinkers withPsychology2, 671:upon another group of thinkers with differing ideas, has long been the custom. In this process thePsychology2, 675:of group work. The propagation of these ideas and the spread of the principles of good will willPsychology2, 679:throughout the world. Those who respond to these ideas and who show no antagonistic reactions toPsychology2, 682:those associated with them through similarity of ideas and vision, so that in every country andPsychology2, 685:transmission of force, a peculiar interchange of ideas and of cooperation is going on between thePsychology2, 690:of men and women who have responded to the ideas which have been set forth, and who react favorablyPsychology2, 702:respond more easily and truly to the impact of ideas. This also was uniquely successful. ThePsychology2, 706:a collision of divergent views. A sensitivity to ideas. This amounts in the earlier stages to aPsychology2, 707:will be expressive of a sensitive response to ideas. The art of the past expressed largely man'sPsychology2, 708:later. None of this is the art of expressing ideas creatively, which will be the glory of thePsychology2, 714:organization of the minds of men, so that new ideas can be gripped and understood. The recognitionPsychology2, 715:works more definitely under the inspiration of ideas. The first group is occupied with the Plan asPsychology2, 716:whilst the second works more definitely with the ideas which are today slowly emerging in thePsychology2, 716:sensitive members of the human family. These ideas are gradually instilled into humanity by thePsychology2, 717:the expression and impression of certain great ideas, men everywhere must be brought to thePsychology2, 717:was the method of deepening the hold these new ideas must have on members of the New Group of WorldPsychology2, 718:that, during the next few years, the new ideas must become the ideals of the thinking level of thePsychology2, 733:them. The next consideration is how can these ideas be intelligently understood? How can they evoke
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