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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - IDENTIFY
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Astrology, 54:and upon the ability of the individual to identify himself with the energies and impulses which areAstrology, 124:form) into detachment from form and ability to identify with the soul. The ordinary low-gradeAstrology, 149:and turn it to esoteric or soul ends, but can identify himself with the more advanced aspects ofAstrology, 190:it becomes, in the early stages, an effort to identify all soul and personality activity with God'sAstrology, 325:this idea, for it necessitates the ability to identify oneself with the One Who thus breathes - theAstrology, 624:to see the vision and increased power to identify oneself with the vision - a race of men will beAtom, 108:a long period or cycle of many lives, wherein we identify ourselves with the form, and are so oneBethlehem, 130:fall into the error of diversity. He could not identify Himself with multiplicity when He embracedBethlehem, 203:the bulk of us, simply and solely an effort to identify ourselves with the form life when we have aBethlehem, 248:Dean Inge tells us that "in so far as we can identify ourselves with the absolute values, we areDiscipleship1, 82:dominate his life is the capacity to identify himself with the part or with the whole - as seemsDiscipleship1, 108:of your brothers' reactions and can more readily identify yourself with them. Do you not see, myDiscipleship1, 110:it will be of a psychical nature which can identify itself with the reactions of others and aDiscipleship1, 124:time, my brother, when it was hard for you to identify yourself with the problem of the hour, soDiscipleship1, 153:ray disciple. This involves the ability to identify yourself with others, their [154] ideas andDiscipleship1, 216:soul. To love your co-disciples, impersonally to identify yourself with the subjective life of theDiscipleship1, 256:the divine Observer can wield if he does not identify himself with circumstance. One of the thingsDiscipleship1, 287:care the attitude of the Observer and do not identify yourself with the phenomena which youDiscipleship1, 343:Members of the new groups have to learn to identify themselves with the subjective aspiration andDiscipleship1, 343:which you have to learn and with which you must identify yourself. Now, brother of old, let me giveDiscipleship1, 405:in the group meditation. Let the personality identify itself with the soul, detaching itselfDiscipleship1, 450:It is not easy for disciples or initiates to identify themselves with weakness or with failure, andDiscipleship1, 450:in identification. Disciples have to learn to identify themselves with the whole. Discipleship1, 495:to aid you: [495] PERSONAL MEDITATION Relax. Identify yourself with the soul and strive toDiscipleship1, 552:which will grow out of an increasing capacity to identify yourself with other people and theirDiscipleship1, 581:(and often almost uncontrollable) tendency to identify yourself with every imaginable point ofDiscipleship1, 635:as a soul. The soul in its true nature does not identify itself with phenomena; it is the center ofDiscipleship1, 644:ask you to bear in mind that you do not need to identify yourself with any particular school. EachDiscipleship1, 660:which eventuates in the power to identify yourself with others, and, therefore, to a life of lovingDiscipleship1, 772:on to the shoulders of others, plus a failure to identify yourselves with humanity. The call toDiscipleship2, 114:ability (when purified [114] and consecrated) to identify itself with individuals. The heart centerDiscipleship2, 129:the astral body and the mind to the soul. Identify the personality consciousness with the soulDiscipleship2, 263:registers consciously for the disciple who can identify himself with the soul, far more than theDiscipleship2, 287:owing to the ability of the planetary Logos to identify himself in full consciousness with the soulDiscipleship2, 291:vehicle, which is his physical body and to identify himself with all the reactions andDiscipleship2, 461:in distress. Aid them; love them; but do not identify yourself with them. I speak of an astralDiscipleship2, 463:are apt often to think that the injunction to identify themselves with other people must involveDiscipleship2, 469:ability (when purified and consecrated) to identify itself with individuals. The heart centerDiscipleship2, 546:of great intensity. With that light you seek to identify yourself, to merge within and thus toDiscipleship2, 572:You, along with others, have refused to identify yourself and interests with any set except the oneDiscipleship2, 624:into unities through his innate capacity to identify himself sequentially with that which isDiscipleship2, 626:note as we descend; we see it as we ascend. We identify ourselves with the form as its soundDiscipleship2, 626:evolutionary arc, and when the stage wherein we identify ourselves with form begins to die out, weDiscipleship2, 643:and to this must be added his capacity to identify himself with the whole; his trained imaginationDiscipleship2, 650:remind you that the capacity so to do and so to identify yourself with pain that is notDiscipleship2, 734:complete detachment from it - just as you do not identify yourself with physical phenomena such asEducation, 28:with the animal outer form and learns to identify himself with the inner qualities and attributes.Education, 29:He seeks to merge himself with the soul, to identify himself, the conscious personality, with thatEducation, 124:of consciousness and of a willingness to identify his personal interests with those of a groupExternalisation, 58:to formulate anything about it in words, or to identify ourselves with it until after the expansionExternalisation, 246:minded and of the pacifist is his refusal to identify himself constructively with human pain. EvenExternalisation, 270:humanity) becomes attuned to true love and can identify itself with all men, responding freely andExternalisation, 463:be paraphrased in the following words: Cease to identify yourselves with material things; gain aExternalisation, 690:The latter must learn, first of all, how to identify himself with others, as the basis of a higherExternalisation, 697:"transitting initiates" would not be able to identify themselves. This form of appearance isFire, 139:of it in him and being supposed to be able to identify himself with and to merge himself into it.Fire, 766:sensation. Later, when the Self is beginning to, identify Itself with Itself, and to recognize theFire, 834:connection with ourselves and with our effort to identify ourselves with the solar Lords of theFire, 1155:form, and with the usual aptitude of man to identify himself with that which is tangible andFire, 1157:substance, which directs him, causing him to identify [1158] himself with the grosser substance andGlamour, 4:for first ray people to resist the tendency to identify themselves with others. To have trueGlamour, 79:between a potent joyfulness as the man seeks to identify himself with the object of his devotion orGlamour, 94:that which is perceived; he proceeds to identify himself with that which is not himself; he shiftsGlamour, 95:him and the material and natural world, seeks to identify himself with it and to find satisfactionGlamour, 104:reach the point in evolution where they can identify themselves with their higher aspect, the soul,Glamour, 241:owing to the strength of human nature to identify itself with the astral nature and to the vitalGlamour, 250:between the eyes; and when the disciple can identify himself with that, and is also aware of theGlamour, 260:radius. There is a tendency among students to identify the centers with the physical body in theirHealing, 364:dissociate himself from his own feelings and to identify himself, through an act of pure unselfishHealing, 392:physical body and the facility with which they identify themselves with it; it is based also uponHealing, 555:is based on the healer's achieved capacity to identify himself with his patient; it also is foundedHealing, 598:as well you know, is the facility with which men identify themselves with the form aspect (with theHealing, 598:the personality ring-pass-not). Man neglects to identify himself with the producer of the form, theHercules, 13:is torn in two directions. Habit entices him to identify himself with form. The new understandingHercules, 13:with form. The new understanding impels him to identify himself with the soul. A reorientation thenHercules, 52:is the refusal of the soul any longer to identify itself with the form? May not the real marriageHercules, 166:beginning really to understand human beings, to identify ourselves with them and love them. You canHercules, 172:through which we finally pass when we no longer identify ourselves with the form side of existenceIntellect, 83:what he is in inner reality, and to make him identify himself with his soul aspect and not simplyMagic, 221:of divine Being wherewith a man has first to identify himself, penetrate to the center, pierceMagic, 246:man seeks for the furthering of the plan and to identify himself with the divine mind in nature.Magic, 304:literally nothing to fear of any kind. He can so identify himself with their forebodings of futureMagic, 603:and through that capacity to include and to identify oneself with all that breathes and feels whichPatanjali, 49:same, and as soon as the consciousness ceases to identify itself with its vehicles or organs, thePatanjali, 80:mentally concentrated, and the advanced yogi can identify himself at any moment with any one of thePatanjali, 84:negated by the real man (who no longer seeks to identify himself with them), then he becomes "freePatanjali, 86:may be contacted, once the dreamer can identify himself with that which he has imagined. In thesePatanjali, 90:Identification, Realization. The adept can identify himself with or enter into the consciousness ofPatanjali, 90:of the infinitesimally small. He can identify himself with the atom of substance and he knows whatPatanjali, 92:be his knowledge of his brother. Finally, he can identify himself with his brother and become as hePatanjali, 101:Shiva" will be left and with that the seer will identify himself. In the above fourfoldPatanjali, 127:of God. It is these concepts which lead men to identify themselves with that which is lower andPatanjali, 159:It is this which forces man for long aeons to identify himself with the things of the senses and itPatanjali, 168:A development whereby the soul begins to identify itself with the spiritual aspect and not with thePatanjali, 211:form. When a man knows that, he ceases to identify himself with the symbol which is his lowerPatanjali, 287:with all around him. In this, he is taught to identify himself with all other selves throughPatanjali, 288:two other states. It is the practical ability to identify oneself with another in all the threePatanjali, 321:the divine spirit to be found in each of us. We identify ourselves with the form aspect, and notPatanjali, 346:yogi possesses to become as small as an atom, to identify himself with the smallest part of thePatanjali, 403:of his forms in two ways; first by refusing to identify himself with them, and secondly, by
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