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

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Patanjali, 105:idea, The word, The resultant form. They also inevitably bring with them another triplicity, TimePatanjali, 125:and as he seeks to answer them aright, he will inevitably equip himself to tread the path. ThesePatanjali, 146:are being produced in this life, and which must inevitably govern the circumstances of some futurePatanjali, 223:attention to the etheric breath and rhythm. This inevitably produces the "external control of thePatanjali, 259:with seed as usually understood, for it is inevitably succeeded by the third stage which is one ofPatanjali, 326:It might prove just the opposite and [326] inevitably will, should the aspirant be attracted by, orPatanjali, 388:the organs of sentient consciousness then come inevitably the law of cause and effect, of karma,Patanjali, 394:adjustment, every cause then initiated must inevitably work out into effects and those effects willPatanjali, 400:achievement under the great evolutionary urge inevitably has carried him forward towards [401] aPatanjali, 428:the fifth root race (in its fifth subrace) must inevitably touch its highest point. That point, inProblems, 9:to work creatively and passes gradually but inevitably into the stage where right human relationsProblems, 11:differences and by religious attitudes. These inevitably bring disorder and finally disaster. AnProblems, 30:but surely, this educational movement will inevitably produce right understanding and correctProblems, 33:it can cope with a new civilization which is inevitably upon its way. The visionary idealist hasProblems, 35:and academic pronouncements. They will inevitably succeed and thus salvage the religious spirit.Problems, 45:educators of the different countries take will inevitably determine the nature of the comingProblems, 48:are made upon him. But this explanation will inevitably evoke response, for a child thinks moreProblems, 54:to know the reason why certain actions are bound inevitably to produce certain results and why -Problems, 66:up in products which the new type of energy will inevitably supersede will fight to the last ditchProblems, 69:the nucleus of that federated world which is inevitably taking shape around the three Great Powers.Problems, 81:put into human hands a potent force which will inevitably bring in a new and better way of life,Problems, 87:interests as of paramount importance; it leads inevitably to crime and cruelty; it constitutes theProblems, 97:and in the course of these wanderings he has inevitably developed certain habits of living andProblems, 115:insuperable difficulties. Certain questions inevitably arise in the minds of the men of goodwillProblems, 122:those Who guide and direct that approach, will inevitably go on; the way stands eternally open toProblems, 126:of their own minds and brains and in the process inevitably stepping down the meaning. Not contentProblems, 131:and an intellectual stupidity which must inevitably spell its eventual doom, unless the faintProblems, 140:out of which the universal world religion will inevitably emerge. Then there will be neitherProblems, 147:and in truth made in the image of God and must inevitably - through the passing of time and theProblems, 148:expression of this realized brotherhood must inevitably come through the establishing of rightProblems, 175:trust for their fellowmen. The time will [175] inevitably come when - in the interest of peace andPsychology1, xvii:the first thing for which those of us who teach inevitably look. Let me remind those I reachPsychology1, xxiv:universal, planetary and individual - leads inevitably to an unfoldment of the mental apparatusPsychology1, 10:path of individualism, leading eventually and inevitably (as the mind aspect becomes organized) toPsychology1, 10:I seek to touch concerns the testing going on inevitably among the aspirants and disciples at thisPsychology1, 44:insured that the hidden purpose of Deity would inevitably and eventually be revealed. It is a rayPsychology1, 57:an aspect of the sum total (which has always and inevitably been the case, even when unrealized),Psychology1, 91:a perfect mechanism, but owns one that must inevitably break down at some point that is conditionedPsychology1, 158:sweep it into line with divine purpose, inevitably produce that type of consciousness which willPsychology1, 177:of many thousands that its outer structure will inevitably make its appearance before the end ofPsychology1, 185:plus a response from the waiting Hierarchy, must inevitably produce potent results. The urge toPsychology1, 267:the other kingdoms will proceed steadily and inevitably. Scarcely knowing how or why, humanity willPsychology1, 275:and they may be warned of the results which inevitably follow when the laws of nature are brokenPsychology1, 326:goes on in consciousness, produces (surely and inevitably) corresponding changes in mechanism andPsychology2, 5:and purpose of the divine Mind. This will inevitably be clear to the man who has studied the themePsychology2, 34:world of phenomenal life and of individuality is inevitably forced upon us. We are treading the WayPsychology2, 49:expression and experience, points of crisis will inevitably occur: The work of passing onto aPsychology2, 109:this Law of Sacrifice governs the mind, it will inevitably lead all disciples to relinquish thePsychology2, 126:the Law of Service is no exception) manifest inevitably in two ways. First, there is their effectPsychology2, 141:his fellow men for their good, as he sees it. He inevitably destroys as fast as he builds, andPsychology2, 159:truth is, however, steadily emerging, and must inevitably triumph. Once the aspirant upon thePsychology2, 277:proceeds, two great classes of Avatars must inevitably emerge, or have emerged. There are, first ofPsychology2, 334:when three happenings eventuate, which will inevitably be the case before so many decades have gonePsychology2, 345:lower nature of intelligent humanity, leading inevitably to duality and conflict. The fusion of thePsychology2, 349:Path of Return. This is the first great step. Inevitably, the evolutionary process must bring toPsychology2, 366:the phrasing and the truth of the statement must inevitably appear. With this blazing forth ofPsychology2, 378:study is the Technique of Fusion, leading, as it inevitably does, to the emergence (intoPsychology2, 401:many of you are finding it a hard lesson) leads inevitably to wider opportunity in Service. I havePsychology2, 430:integrating activity. The process is always and inevitably the same: Cleavage. A recognition ofPsychology2, 431:that the foundation of the new psychology must inevitably be built upon the premise that this onePsychology2, 464:psychopathic, and nervous difficulties will inevitably supervene. Again, let me remind you that thePsychology2, 482:live. A spirit of submission and acquiescence is inevitably developed, and by calling the situationPsychology2, 486:expected from their efforts. Results there must inevitably be, and the major result is to turn thePsychology2, 492:achieving recognition of that which his own soul inevitably knows, because his soul is an aspect ofPsychology2, 513:general covering solution has yet appeared. But inevitably it will, and when it does it will be thePsychology2, 534:of these realizations in consciousness leads inevitably to struggle, conflict, and aspiration plusPsychology2, 542:sacral center to the solar plexus. This leads inevitably to turmoil, over-stimulation, revolt andPsychology2, 544:the way of wisdom. The mystic must and will inevitably become the occultist and this whether hePsychology2, 546:his mind from his physical condition. Energy inevitably follows thought and where a distressed areaPsychology2, 584:here and this form of mediumship must inevitably be discarded as the evolution of the racePsychology2, 595:and is not under right direction, there must inevitably be difficulty. When the man is on the PathPsychology2, 655:up of intelligent men of good will, which must inevitably control world destiny and bring aboutPsychology2, 668:opinion and one aspect of life, there must inevitably appear, under the law of balance, that whichPsychology2, 706:between the soul and the personality. This inevitably produces at first separation and dividedPsychology2, 707:reached by humanity. The crises which must inevitably occur when man, the integrated human being,Psychology2, 718:and of widespread disciplining must then inevitably result. It is this urgency that is discussed inPsychology2, 722:balance. Students need to remember that a Master inevitably takes certain risks and chances when HeRays, 101:Will. In the coming century, death and the will inevitably will be seen to have new meanings forRays, 118:of the form and that of the soul itself - must inevitably fade out in the stupendous glory andRays, 176:only an impelling sense of difference, leading inevitably to separative action. The dualities areRays, 234:of the Aquarian Age. The full tide of light is inevitably moving upon its way towards us. This RuleRays, 286:from the death which physical plane life inevitably confers. The five words as given to theRays, 296:it into form; He Himself was the truth, yet inevitably (because of its inherent life) that which HeRays, 298:how this last definition of the goal removes inevitably the factor of self-interest in itsRays, 303:prepared intelligently to move forward, will inevitably [304] call forth the needed response andRays, 374:He has attracted to Himself, the disciple almost inevitably thinks in terms of "my Master and HisRays, 419:new nomenclature will take (and this change will inevitably come), that too will pass away afterRays, 457:this early stage, via the sutratma and produces inevitably the awakening of the head center. ThatRays, 498:verification can be made, leading the disciple inevitably to the Portal of Initiation. The race asRays, 506:times finer than a gossamer web, but it must inevitably be present. When, from the angle of theRays, 553:towards the second major center, the Hierarchy, inevitably evokes a response. Invocation,Rays, 573:right human relations cannot be stopped; it must inevitably demonstrate effectively, because theRays, 611:the fourth kingdom, the human; some day it will inevitably do so, hence the emphasis laid upon theRays, 614:materialism. This moment in human history will inevitably come. The first indication that theRays, 617:of their natures and of their environment, must inevitably produce conflict; the outpouring of theRays, 617:of God into the hearts of men must equally and inevitably produce conflict; the line of cleavageRays, 621:the entire human family, so it must [621] inevitably control the life of nations to a greater orRays, 628:of true esoteric psychology. To do this she must inevitably find her own soul, and in finding it -Rays, 629:- one of the oldest; this curious balancing must inevitably lead to a rapid development, with aRays, 652:and the Way of the Higher Evolution which leads inevitably to that assured center of the Most High.
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