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

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Patanjali, 250:consciousness, or realization of one's own individual identity, characterizes consciousness in thePatanjali, 264:view of this object, seeing at once all its individual characteristics, [265] its essentialPatanjali, 278:stands out are events and happenings and not the individual hours and seconds. Through thePatanjali, 385:of desire, towards sentient existence, towards individual experience, and towards the life ofPatanjali, 386:through the medium of the solar system, and the individual Christ, functioning through the mediumPatanjali, 396:is lifted from the realm of the personal and the individual, and becomes wider, broader and morePatanjali, 406:impulses and the smallness and littleness of our individual problem becomes apparent. Every form inPatanjali, 407:or awareness. Man, - humanity as a whole, or an individual unit - is part of that total. The manyPatanjali, 414:self-consciousness, and therefore not having individual consciousness it is unable to say "this isPatanjali, 415:They have emphasized the fact of mind, individual and universal, and our debt to them is great. ThePatanjali, 416:(the cosmic Christ), or microcosmic (the individual Christ), so wonderfully portrayed as in thePatanjali, 426:no longer controls the liberated soul; his individual karma comes to an end, and though he mayProblems, 8:old, which is inherent in the soul of each individual nation and which is potently conditioning theProblems, 9:The internal, psychological problems of the individual nations. Major world problems, such as theProblems, 9:women everywhere are already striving towards individual betterment; groups in every nation areProblems, 10:they have progressed beyond the stage of their individual physical and mental well-being and areProblems, 11:and attitudes, expressed according to their individual culture and genius. All nations, as allProblems, 14:Had all nations seen clearly and renounced their individual selfishness in 1939, the war would haveProblems, 14:should be faced by every nation with a sense of individual guilt and of innate psychologicalProblems, 14:general good, one in which higher values than individual and national gain are emphasized and oneProblems, 18:must be paid to the careful training of the individual to think and act for himself and to setProblems, 19:consciousness - the consciousness of the free individual who collaborates with other men ofProblems, 23:such an example of wise rule, free expression of individual purpose, and the use of an inclusiveProblems, 23:cruelty, without infringing the free will of the individual and because she has complete confidenceProblems, 23:contribution. Being a strongly emotional and individual people, they are, within their own borders,Problems, 27:into license and which is interpreted by each individual in the best interests of himselfProblems, 29:enable it to enrich the whole world with its own individual contribution. These two activities -Problems, 30:of humanity, or will they only see their own individual good? Will they omit the constant carpingProblems, 31:to leave each other free to shoulder [31] individual responsibility and yet be willing ever toProblems, 39:material possession, competitive supremacy and individual and national selfish interests wouldProblems, 39:as one world, but one existing primarily for his individual benefit. When, however, to anProblems, 46:of every country. They are: the value of the individual and the fact of the one humanity. The warProblems, 46:the fascist countries have taught that the individual is of no value except in so far as heProblems, 46:little importance. In still other countries, the individual regards himself of so much importanceProblems, 46:the whole is entirely lost. Yet the value of the individual and the existence of that whole whichProblems, 46:will lead to the intensive culture of the individual and then to his recognition of hisProblems, 46:immediately inculcated: the unique value of the individual, the beauty of humanity, the relation ofProblems, 46:the beauty of humanity, the relation of the individual to the whole and his responsibility to fitProblems, 47:and at the same time bring about a high level of individual attainment? Is not competition a majorProblems, 47:of the potentialities of the child as an individual, upon freedom from prejudice and racialProblems, 48:are simply the initial gestures of the emerging individual. Older people are apt to foster in aProblems, 48:upon the rights of others, the encroachments of individual desire upon group requirements forProblems, 54:national conditioning, his environment and his individual mental and emotional equipment and willProblems, 56:as a whole. This in no way indicates neglect of individual or national problems or undertakings butProblems, 57:of life as well as with the details of daily individual living. The child, as an individual, willProblems, 57:of daily individual living. The child, as an individual, will be developed and equipped, trainedProblems, 58:attention; the child will be spurred on to individual effort suited to [59] his temperament andProblems, 59:thrown open to him also in an appeal for his individual effort and personal contribution. The aboveProblems, 73:remains unchanged. It is too big for the individual. They remain, therefore, relatively powerless.Problems, 85:more wholesome living conditions, towards more individual and racial freedom and a much higherProblems, 87:for the entire range of human evil. It sets an individual against his brother; it makes himProblems, 89:This type of nationalism rightly fosters its individual civilization but as a national contributionProblems, 91:and finally many small nations each with its own individual life, civilization and culture. All ofProblems, 99:This general statement is often untrue where the individual Jew is concerned. There are Jews inProblems, 99:generalization about any race or nation, the individual necessarily suffers, but the statementsProblems, 139:God's Mind, who are liberal and kind and whose individual lives are pure and aspiring. It will beProblems, 139:problem of the freedom of the human soul and its individual relation to God Immanent and GodProblems, 149:because it is related to the Whole and not to individual man alone and his personal salvation. ItProblems, 149:personal salvation. It is an extension of the individual approach to truth. Let us call it theProblems, 151:necessary concepts: The extreme value of the individual son of God and the necessity for intenseProblems, 151:in His words, "Love your neighbor as yourself". Individual effort, group opportunity andProblems, 157:a revolt. Something bigger and larger than individual desire and liberation is registered. ManyProblems, 170:discriminations; they question their own individual goals as well as national planning. The massesProblems, 178:are turning. Unity and right human relations - individual, communal, national and international -Psychology1, xvii:cooperation and understanding, and not that of individual benefit. By studying and reading withPsychology1, xvii:unfoldment of any particular aspirant. The individual growth is of no tremendous significance. ThePsychology1, xviii:with opportunity. All life is opportunity, and individual reaction to opportunity is one of thePsychology1, xviii:the free choice and self-initiated effort of the individual student. Psychology1, xix:The first line of teaching concerns the individual and his development; the second indicates thePsychology1, xx:So many people run hither and thither after this individual or that, or this piece of work or that,Psychology1, xxii:being a soul - universal, cosmic, and divine, or individual and human. For our purposes ofPsychology1, xxiii:the subject on a wide basis and to link the individual with the general, and this may (at thePsychology1, xxiii:to the particular, from the cosmic to the individual. Men are, as yet, too interested in thePsychology1, xxiii:as yet, too interested in the particular and the individual to find it easy to apply the samePsychology1, xxiv:the Soul - cosmic, universal, planetary and individual - leads inevitably to an unfoldment of thePsychology1, 11:an adequate synthesis, and if they (in their individual and daily meditation) keep focused orPsychology1, 12:to do some of this pioneering work. Always the individual of advancement and of poise has been ablePsychology1, 37:probation, a man arrives at a knowledge of his individual soul, and glimpses the quality andPsychology1, 40:was the great mystery. The Christ, cosmic and individual, was sensed and known, but purpose was asPsychology1, 57:the whole; the rhythm of the whole subjects the individual to a uniform participation in thePsychology1, 57:in the synthetic purpose, but the realization of individual self-awareness persists and enrichesPsychology1, 57:self-awareness persists and enriches the individual contribution, which is now intelligently andPsychology1, 67:turn be comprehended intuitively and adapted to individual need, and thus be assimilated into thePsychology1, 68:will be found to convey indication as to one's individual ray, life tendencies and purpose; if thePsychology1, 72:eventually to an understanding of the part an individual may play in a stupendous cosmic whole.Psychology1, 82:imposition of personal authority to enforce an individual's idea of the ideal. The need today isPsychology1, 94:them blindly and unconsciously, having no individual existence? Or are all these theories partiallyPsychology1, 103:be made for it. I refer not to any coming of any individual. I refer to a natural process withPsychology1, 113:to be of supreme importance. The satisfying of individual aspiration, the meeting of the desire ofPsychology1, 114:will not be given personally and privately to an individual group member, but all of it is open andPsychology1, 114:is trained as a whole, with no emphasis upon the individual but only on the group interplay andPsychology1, 115:[115] Only those factors in the life of the individual are noted and handled which would hinder thePsychology1, 115:with the training staff of workers, and the individual is never considered as an individual, butPsychology1, 115:and the individual is never considered as an individual, but only in his relation to the group.Psychology1, 115:balance, and not on any personal interest in the individual. In this experiment a man is tried outPsychology1, 116:somewhat self-centered and in love with your own individual soul, having not yet duly contacted it,Psychology1, 118:with personalities; with principles and not with individual purposes; and that all suchPsychology1, 126:force of invocations will be known later. Every individual vibrates to some particular measure.Psychology1, 154:in detail, especially in connection with an individual human being, for the scale is so minute,Psychology1, 157:brain and the adaptation of the teaching to the individual need. The vision cannot be appropriated.
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