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

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Education, 107:coming educational systems will be to preserve individual integrity, promote the sense ofEducation, 107:individual integrity, promote the sense of individual responsibility, encourage a developing groupEducation, 107:a developing group consciousness of basic individual, national and world relationships, meanwhileEducation, 109:of social organizations, the relationship of the individual to the whole, and the new and desirableEducation, 115:made sensitive to these patterns, so that the individual mind can recognize them and wrest them outEducation, 120:This idea has lately shifted from the individual and his sacrifice to the group presentation. TheEducation, 120:that the group must gladly sacrifice the individual or group of individuals. Such idealists are aptEducation, 121:to be, in the last analysis, the coercion of the individual and his enforced submission to aEducation, 122:World Unrest In the coming world state, the individual citizen - gladly and deliberately and withEducation, 124:of humanity towards the fusion of the individual with the whole, without his losing, at the sameEducation, 125:sensed and the perversion of the truth to suit individual aims and ends. But as man gropes his wayEducation, 125:relationship of the unit to the whole and of the individual to the state, is the all-engrossingEducation, 125:necessarily embodies the whole problem of individual freedom and of collective responsibility. ThisEducation, 127:changes are wrought in the life of the individual. As evolution proceeds the process becomesEducation, 128:and the first group, therefore, of which any individual child becomes normally aware is the familyEducation, 130:in the general separativeness, selfishness and individual, isolated exclusiveness, based on classEducation, 131:of youth, in spite of all the immediate and individual disasters, has been a desirable thing andEducation, 137:so woefully astray, and been centralized upon individual development and the attainment of someEducation, 140:the basic necessity for certain great fusions - individual, racial and spiritual: The fusion orEducation, 143:but peculiarly with the energy handled by the individual and with the forces by which theEducation, 143:the individual and with the forces by which the individual relates himself to other individuals orEducation, 143:name of ENERGY: to all forces pouring into the individual form from whatever direction and source.Education, 143:and concentration - are projected by the individual or group in any direction and with manyEducation, 145:of fusion and the conscious recognition by the individual of the attained fusion. Abstractly and inEducation, 145:to force and energy, and their use by the individual in his environment and contacts. Ponder onEducation, 146:exists from the very beginning of time and links individual man with his monadic source. TheEducation, 148:and all directed to the illumination of the individual and of humanity as a whole, through theExternalisationin of the Aquarian Age, with its emphasis upon individual understanding and direct knowledge. TheExternalisation, 38:light and their relation to group glamor and to individual glamor form a very close connection.Externalisation, 63:very fact that disciples are all so pronouncedly individual, intensifies their reactions, good andExternalisation, 74:What I say here has no specific reference to any individual; I am considering the world problem,Externalisation, 86:form its larger plans and know in what manner individual nations will react to stimulation and toExternalisation, 95:of these three. This is the personality and individual correspondence to the broader picture andExternalisation, 95:at this time faced. Just as in the life of the individual a man is confronted with the opportunityExternalisation, 96:vital consideration. Looking back over your individual lives, you will be conscious that it was theExternalisation, 96:a situation, similar to that to be found in the individual life, can be noted. The Hierarchy standsExternalisation, 97:animal-man, producing the living self-conscious individual and, in [98] their totality, the fourthExternalisation, 100:to self-conscious man and to this self-directed individual is the revelation of the larger Whole ofExternalisation, 100:the revelation of the larger Whole of which the individual is a part. To this Whole the self mustExternalisation, 100:with the life and purpose of the Whole. The individual who has for himself seen the vision relatesExternalisation, 103:in the elimination of hindering faults for the individual's sake, but for the carrying forward ofExternalisation, 103:a clear nature that it becomes a fact for the individual; for the development and functioning ofExternalisation, 114:apt, however, to forget that what is true of the individual is true of humanity. Cycles ofExternalisation, 114:civilization are analogous to a particular, individual, human incarnation with its inception, itsExternalisation, 115:for the progress of the soul of the individual and the soul of humanity, death is inevitable, goodExternalisation, 117:causes of the present conflict, both in individual lives and in the general world situation. WhenExternalisation, 125:freedom of thought and the right of the individual to determine the issues which control or shouldExternalisation, 136:increasingly the direction of the life of the individual, of a nation and of the world. In the lastExternalisation, 137:of spirituality and materialism, both in the individual and in humanity as a whole. Or you canExternalisation, 140:and to other people, but much time was lost in individual, personal aims. A spirit of inertiaExternalisation, 140:values to the lasting and universal values. The individual remained more important to himself thanExternalisation, 141:suggested beginning with those which concern the individual worker. Externalisation, 145:changes and the wise reconstruction of the individual life. Ponder upon this. If the above is trueExternalisation, 146:could settle down to a life of group goodwill, individual harmlessness and right human relations.Externalisation, 147:But the dynamic power behind the effort in individual cases has often been personal self-interest,Externalisation, 148:must also learn to gauge its results in their individual lives, thus viewing those lives from theExternalisation, 155:by personality objectives, either on an individual or a personality scale (for nations as well asExternalisation, 167:an immediate response from the unit and the individual is fundamentally the good of the larger unitExternalisation, 168:of "giving-for" the whole, of the best which the individual can give. Externalisation, 168:center between the eyebrows, the ajna center in individual man and in humanity as whole. ThisExternalisation, 168:dynamically, governing and directing the individual energies, once any real measure of personalityExternalisation, 169:are invoked and so made available to the individual as well as to the group. They can then beExternalisation, 169:Invocation is of paramount importance to the individual as well as to humanity, invoking as it doesExternalisation, 170:teaching, this takes place in the life of the individual when - by an act of the will - the centerExternalisation, 170:task of the creative process of incarnation or individual manifestation is on the way toExternalisation, 173:of Peace is not an abstract concept but a potent Individual, wielding forces hitherto unfamiliar toExternalisation, 176:fighting for the preservation of national and individual freedom. If this [177] should prove to beExternalisation, 180:remains the same, whether it is killing an individual who is murdering, or fighting a nation whichExternalisation, 180:upon an unrecognized fear of war and upon an individual inertia which prefers the dream world ofExternalisation, 188:In the world order of the Axis powers, the individual has no rights; he has no freedom except in soExternalisation, 191:offer opportunity to all, seeing to it that the individual is left free. Today the men of visionExternalisation, 191:will be recognized and its peculiar genius, individual trends and racial qualities will beExternalisation, 203:powers upon the relation of the state to the individual. The attitude of the German rulers toExternalisation, 203:the state which will evoke the service of the individual and the right protection of the state.Externalisation, 211:similar work. It is the work of attaining right individual relations, right group relations, rightExternalisation, 211:of expression is through the activity of the individual man and woman and through their massedExternalisation, 215:will to protect the rights of others, along with individual rights; to end aggression and itsExternalisation, 216:as well as in the consciousness of every single individual. The realization of this may enable youExternalisation, 216:this may enable you to grasp and shoulder your individual responsibility better. You will realizeExternalisation, 218:by a refusal to think and by the shirking of individual responsibility, thus ignoring a situationExternalisation, 218:and idealism? Are you governed by a sense of individual futility - that weapon which the Forces ofExternalisation, 218:provide an alibi or the opportunity to shirk individual or national responsibility. The conflict isExternalisation, 219:individuals, of nations and of races; as you, an individual, work out your own problem in yourExternalisation, 219:of the state as a whole versus the good of the individual and the good of humanity. The stateExternalisation, 219:as it constitutes a problem, is too big for the individual to solve alone and unaided. Of oneExternalisation, 219:to the larger ideal, and the sacrifice of the individual and of humanity in large numbers to theExternalisation, 219:and of humanity in large numbers to the individual state will no longer be possible. The part willExternalisation, 220:do rests squarely upon the shoulders of the individual citizens who put governments in theirExternalisation, 220:is now out of the hands and the control of the individual; the responsibility for the future,Externalisation, 224:the present situation, plus the difficulties of individual circumstance. Externalisation, 244:- national, racial, political, religious and individual selfishness. The practical aspect of theExternalisation, 244:upon the total good of humanity itself. Thus the individual can play his part in the bigger whole,Externalisation, 244:and his help is needed, and thus the sense of individual futility is negated. To the mostExternalisation, 244:now of the immediate present, and what can the individual do to aid the cause of humanity andExternalisation, 246:must cease, and they will cease as the individual aspirant stamps them out in his own life. TheExternalisation, 266:leading first of all to the struggle for individual freedom and liberation (with the incidentalExternalisation, 266:the last analysis, it is this interference with individual and group freedom which is the worst sinExternalisation, 270:Rider on the white horse can be reached by the individual aspirant if he can raise hisExternalisation, 273:men as a whole, just as light breaks out in the individual aspirant. This much-to-be-desired eventExternalisation, 276:come right down to the practical theme of man's individual part in the processes of liberation.
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