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

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Astrology, 92:place the Common or Mutable Cross, he no longer identifies himself with form or even with soul, butAstrology, 316:of the soul and that with which it primarily identifies itself) brings about the stage of staticAtom, 15:process within all manifestation and identifies life with the cosmic process. It is the exactBethlehem, 201:began to give heed to themselves.' Augustine identifies sin with the love of self. Dr. Williams hasDiscipleship1, 730:part of the reward accorded to the initiate. He identifies himself with it, coloring itDiscipleship2, 224:vital potency unless the one who thus meditates identifies himself with the purpose and objectiveDiscipleship2, 269:this law, the unit recognizes responsibility, identifies itself with [270] the whole, and learnsFire, 201:the ONE SELF in many forms, and finally identifies himself with that one Self by the consciousFire, 279:unit is aware of his group. The separated unit identifies himself with his ray or type. - S. D.,Fire, 621:forces. He is too close to them in many ways; he identifies himself with them and until [622] heFire, 766:matter or substance, the Self in the beginning identifies Itself with sensation. Later, when theFire, 1013:life is no longer the law of his existence. He identifies himself then with quality, or energy, andFire, 1102:impulse. He, for purposes of development, identifies himself with that form, and thus temporarilyFire, 1269:the Dragon's crest. Himself a dragon, He now identifies Himself with those who seek the beast. AndGlamour, 79:must as he deals with the pairs of opposites and identifies himself with one of them) he succumbsGlamour, 101:when the soul, the true spiritual man, no longer identifies itself with either of the opposites,Glamour, 103:or the initiate, consciously and deliberately, identifies himself. With this process we will laterGlamour, 133:reality, man, reaches and with which he identifies himself for long periods of time; into them, heGlamour, 242:personality. With all of these the average man identifies himself; he believes himself to be theGlamour, 244:by the great divine Architect. Yet he identifies himself not with the pattern or with the forcesGlamour, 253:mental as the previous three stages. He identifies the centers in the etheric body and becomesHealing, 207:specific area in which the trouble exists, which identifies itself with the spiritual center ofHealing, 339:really to do with him, but being sensitive, he identifies himself with those who are suffering fromHealing, 453:been noted, for a long period of time the soul identifies itself with the form aspect and endeavorsHealing, 501:inherent in substance; just as long as a man identifies himself with the form aspect, so will he beHealing, 502:it is related to the principle whereby the soul identifies itself with substance. When theInitiation, 115:will or purpose, with which the man immediately identifies himself, and knows that the three worldsInitiation, 124:be of service to and with his group. He sees and identifies himself - according to the particularIntellect, 138:emotional and mental states of being. The soul identifies Itself for aeons with the forms throughIntellect, 153:does more than pierce the veil of matter; it identifies itself both with the veil and with theMagic, 202:as yet little pressure upon its sheaths and identifies itself with them, thus temporarily -Magic, 308:2. Astral polarization. Just as long as a man identifies himself with his emotional body, just asMagic, 375:again into a higher unity. First, the Self identifies itself with the form aspect to such an extentPatanjali, 11:the self, Realizes the true nature of the soul, Identifies himself with the inner Reality, and noPatanjali, 15:mind, who through non-attachment to the lower, identifies himself with the higher, and who thusPatanjali, 67:"dispassion" or that attitude which never identifies itself with forms of any kind, but which isPatanjali, 67:six previous obstacles. As long as the thinker identifies himself with form, as long as the lesserPatanjali, 107:in the macrocosmic atom also. With that life he identifies himself. He finds it at the heart of hisPatanjali, 132:in the fulfilment of his desire, and in so doing identifies himself with his apparatus ofPatanjali, 152:in the great world of thought illusions nor identifies himself with that which is purelyPatanjali, 156:great illusion of forms with which the Real Man identifies himself to his sorrow and painPatanjali, 167:through many incarnations the soul or thinker identifies himself with this organ of perception andPatanjali, 167:expression: "I am tired" or "I am hungry." He identifies himself with his body of feeling orPatanjali, 167:and says "I am cross," or "I want money." He identifies himself with the mental vehicle and regardsPatanjali, 194:in incarnation, and with which it ignorantly identifies itself for long aeons; Delusion, thePatanjali, 367:human unit and regards himself as the self, and identifies himself with the changing form. Time andPatanjali, 402:been noted, for a long period of time, the soul identifies itself with the form aspect andPatanjali, 421:He can discriminate between all three, and identifies himself henceforth neither with the field ofPatanjali, 421:the experience undergone. He knows the self; he identifies himself with the true knower, and thusPsychology1, 14:being soul and body is lost. The consciousness identifies itself with the indwelling Life of thePsychology2, 5:which the form is intended to reveal, and identifies himself with the ego, the soul or solar angel.Psychology2, 94:and distress, are only such because man, as yet, identifies himself with the life of the form andPsychology2, 94:that of the solar Deity. The moment a man identifies himself with his soul and not with his form,Rays, 50:Logos. When the initiate grasps this and identifies himself with it, his goodwill expands into the
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