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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - INDIVIDUAL
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INDIVIDUAL
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Psychology2, 684:or rejected according to the intuition of the individual student. [685] The Buddha has a specialPsychology2, 692:task of preparation which each one of you, as an individual, will carry on within yourselves.Psychology2, 697:the world of spiritual realities. Just as the individual disciple stabilizes this contact andPsychology2, 698:preliminary [698] implications and are of an individual application. Upon this sentence I beg youPsychology2, 700:results will be appreciably apparent. For the individual disciple, the significance of this Law ofPsychology2, 701:takes place so frequently in the life of an individual. The soul of the world is taking cognizancePsychology2, 701:reflection, the personality. What is true of the individual aspirant is equally true of [702]Psychology2, 704:activity of the Hierarchy; they are both individual, group and planetary in nature. Aspirants mustPsychology2, 706:to the intuition which will enable an individual to distinguish promptly between the unreal and thePsychology2, 709:above enumerated and apply them both to the individual and to the race, we will find the answers toPsychology2, 711:serve to clarify the problem. The soul ray of an individual, the soul ray of a nation, the potencyPsychology2, 723:For this so-called evil work, the average individual in the group is not responsible, though therePsychology2, 723:are willfully ambitious and selfish. Though the individual penalty is light, and the individualPsychology2, 723:Though the individual penalty is light, and the individual responsibility is small, yet thePsychology2, 726:cannot be possible; complete subordination of individual and group interest to the general movementPsychology2, 726:a restatement of the ideal on the part of each individual aspirant and disciple. It would involve aPsychology2, 727:the world distress. [727] It would require the individual formulation of the ideals - sensed dimlyPsychology2, 728:a joint activity without interfering with their individual group purposes, loyalties andPsychology2, 729:from their souls and all are fulfiling their individual destiny, and influencing their respectivePsychology2, 733:worked out with purpose into the fabric of the individual and national life. We have here presentedRays, 9:that they fall into three categories: The individual tiny lives which we call the atoms or cells ofRays, 12:emphasis and importance, and this is true of the individual man and of humanity as a whole. TheRays, 17:In the past, the emphasis was upon the individual, his training and approach to initiation, and hisRays, 18:to the Temple [18] of Initiation. But this individual concentration will, in the future, give placeRays, 18:the past propositions and indicating the individual preparation and requirements. These will nowRays, 18:and purificatory objectives of the dedicated individual, but are regarded as adequately grasped byRays, 19:simply give you, first of all the rule for the individual disciple, and then its higherRays, 26:to group initiation in spite of their having individual application; they are not what they appearRays, 28:into the light? Is the spiritual will of the individual personalities of such strength that itRays, 29:it, therefore, which prevents a disciple - as an individual - from having direct approach andRays, 30:monadic will upon its distorted reflection, the individual will, deeply deserve consideration. ForRays, 31:which the egoic will is the reflection and the individual self-will is the distortion) is graduallyRays, 31:The result is the assimilation of the individual will and the egoic will into the purpose of theRays, 32:does not connote happy relationships between individual members of the group. It might, presumably,Rays, 32:consequent effects which are produced upon an individual or a group by a Master or a seniorRays, 34:consciousness at all, but with the fusion of his individual will with the divine will? He is notRays, 35:the will can be tapped. They are useless to the individual under the new initiatory dispensation.Rays, 37:because you can thereby discover where your individual focus of attention is and if you areRays, 37:the center of Shamballa and Humanity. The individual initiate, on the way to one or other of theRays, 37:of their real meaning. But that still remains an individual reaction. The aspirant who is seekingRays, 38:and situations? How much does the light of the individual group member aid in this process? HowRays, 38:in this process? How much light do you, as an individual, register and therefore contribute to theRays, 40:it focuses in him, the separated fully conscious individual - aware of his past, conscious now ofRays, 51:attainment of the will-to-be, not Being as an individual expression but Being as an expression ofRays, 55:dim note of the OM can be faintly heard. In the individual man this point is reached when theRays, 68:which the initiate has to master, whether as an individual or in conjunction with his group. TheRays, 68:the pervasive influence of the purpose; the individual initiate works with the plan. The groupRays, 68:and have our being, the Life of all that is. The individual initiate uses the attractive force (toRays, 68:own essential identity cannot so respond. The individual must be protected by the group from theRays, 72:pass that door." This conveys the thought of individual self-initiation, to which all must beRays, 73:These are two aspects of soul light which the individual light in the head has revealed. That soulRays, 77:clear cold light," have a meaning both for the individual initiate and for all groups of disciplesRays, 81:bright center, lying far ahead," to blend his individual will with the divine will, and toRays, 85:apparent, therefore, that the more rapidly the individual aspirant approaches the third initiation,Rays, 85:the more rapidly and directly will the individual's karma be worked out. Monadic relation, as itRays, 85:to the organized planning of his separate and individual life in the [86] three worlds, and whichRays, 90:initiations, and upon Whose activities they - as individual aspirants - must learn to model theirRays, 92:Gethsemane. He has twice symbolically shown His individual response to the Shamballa energy: OnceRays, 92:Humanity to the Hierarchy (which in the case of individual man means relating the personality toRays, 97:effect of the group life and radiation upon the individual in the group. "Let the group see thatRays, 98:It was the disciple's innate, instinctual and individual response to this ray objective, and hisRays, 100:a scientific process of ending karma; it is individual and national karma which brings a man backRays, 102:group life makes effective in the case of the individual, is one of the strongest arguments for theRays, 102:arguments for the fact of continuity and for individual identifiable persistence. Note those words.Rays, 106:in substance is left as its contribution - individual, group or planetary - to the sumtotal ofRays, 106:extremes of the divine expression: the sense of individual identity and the sense of universality.Rays, 106:no appreciation of the universal apart from the individual realization, and this realization ofRays, 107:must be merged in the larger will of the whole. Individual purpose must be identified with groupRays, 109:will gradually disappear, for the will of the individual will voluntarily be blended into the groupRays, 109:will be worse than the first. We shall have individual selfishness superseded by group selfishness,Rays, 118:the past, the present and the future of the individual, so this still greater light reveals to theRays, 119:the interior attitude of the Whole. As the individual disciple builds the rainbow bridge, theRays, 120:has a mass effect earlier than it has an individual effect, and this is a thing of interest andRays, 128:a group awareness is rapidly superseding his individual consciousness. Rays, 129:lower to the higher. It therefore behooves the individual disciple to decide whether he is anRays, 137:applicant (or young disciple) is addressed as an individual and is told to give forth "thoseRays, 137:sounds into the Word; when he has done this, his individual approach to reality terminates, and heRays, 137:In the past, the emphasis has been on what the individual initiate had to do in order to fitRays, 137:Life. The required mode of life and the needed individual eliminations and adjustments are now soRays, 138:that time and the point of view of the individual disciple will later prove their truth - or theirRays, 140:it is hidden and veiled by the self-will of the individual and the group will of the soul. ThroughRays, 140:experiences the human being moves until his individual will is developed and grounded, focused andRays, 140:and swallows up the dedicated, conscious, individual will. When this fusion has taken place (at theRays, 144:statement is applied to the development of the individual or of the group. The "Lights which carryRays, 146:synonymous terms, and when the life aspect of an individual and his spiritual, selfless will [147]Rays, 151:seven - The seven centers of energy in the individual man. Humanity These together embody theRays, 151:planetary life as registered by the perfected individual. They will eventually enable the man toRays, 151:the man to achieve perfection. They enable the individual to respond to material forces, to soulRays, 153:nothing further remains to be done within that individual framework. The bulk of this work has beenRays, 154:confronted with the problem of work within the individual framework, for I am not here dealing withRays, 155:demonstrate the rightness of his work within the individual framework and his ability to workRays, 155:until such time as glamor cannot reach him. This individual security of his [156] is only reachedRays, 156:can then take up the work to be done within the individual framework by the initiate; I willRays, 156:man passes from the stage of antagonism (as an individual) to the control of these natural thoughRays, 158:constitution of the etheric body of the individual initiate, implementing his life expression, butRays, 158:living spiritual energies - transmitted by the individual initiate from the planetary centers - areRays, 162:and the fusion is complete. What is true of the individual is true too of the Heavenly Man, theRays, 162:processes going on in the seven centers of the individual man, gathering energy from one centerRays, 163:the matter can be seen if you remember that the individual initiate, when wielding this law, drawsRays, 163:of the entire group (as much of it as his individual will can assimilate, focus, use and direct)
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