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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - INSTINCT
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Healing, 354:days of the racial life - for then the herd instinct was not so powerful as it is today - is due toHealing, 400:upon the love of life which is the deepest instinct in human nature. The determination that nothingHealing, 443:is to be found an occult hint. - Page 309. The instinct of self-preservation has its roots in anHealing, 445:of consciousness and have entered the world of instinct; therefore, there is no more awareness ofHealing, 546:consciousness and the demonstration of the herd instinct must not be confounded with the sense ofHealing, 685:at various stages of evolution. They are: Instinct, Duty, Dharma, Obligation; an understanding ofHealing, 685:and consequently, right action. The sphere of instinct. This refers to the fulfilment, under theHealing, 685:fulfilment, under the influence of simple animal instinct, of the obligations which any assumedHercules, 83:conscious aspect of the evolving human being: instinct, intellect, intuition. The sign which we areHercules, 83:we are now studying is predominantly the sign of instinct; but the sublimation of instinct is theHercules, 83:the sign of instinct; but the sublimation of instinct is the intuition. In the same way, as matterHercules, 83:as matter has to be lifted up into heaven, so instinct has to be likewise lifted up, and when itHercules, 84:success for the aspirant until he has transmuted instinct into intuition, nor is there right use ofHercules, 84:the intellect and bringing realization. Then instinct is subordinated to both. [85] Hercules, 88:is always regarded as a mass sign. In the mass, instinct rules; therefore, Cancer is the sign ofHercules, 88:instinct rules; therefore, Cancer is the sign of instinct, of herd life, of mass reaction. ItHercules, 88:It represents the subconscious mind, hereditary instinct, and the collective imagination. ItHercules, 88:up out of the mass to which he is held, by his instinct, and to develop instead the intuition,Hercules, 88:that goes on in the life of the aspirant so that instinct can give place eventually to intuition.Hercules, 92:and freer home. The pilgrims are equipped with instinct, and as they pass through the variousHercules, 92:covered by this immense sign, that instinct demonstrates as intellect in a human being as heHercules, 92:until the time comes when, with the aid of instinct, intellect and intuition, and driven by theHercules, 93:that all are phases of one reality. The words instinct, intellect and intuition, are but varyingHercules, 93:with the animal, he possesses the quality of instinct and of instinctual response to hisHercules, 93:and of instinctual response to his environment. Instinct is the consciousness of the form and ofHercules, 93:claims the sacred hind. In its own place, animal instinct is as divine as those other qualitiesHercules, 93:response apparatus and the development of the instinct into intellect. Through the one he becomesHercules, 93:we are told, he hunted. It was not the doe, the instinct, for which he looked; it was not the doe,Hercules, 94:Artemis, the moon, who thought that it was only instinct. Both goddess claimants have a point andHercules, 94:and the problem of all disciples is to use the instinct correctly, in its right place, and in itsHercules, 94:and of those spiritual realities which neither instinct nor intellect can reveal to him. (And againHercules, 102:learned, whilst the necessity of transmuting instinct and intellect into intuition and the carryingHercules, 108:present time. Selfishness, the self-protecting instinct, has to give place to unselfishness, whichHercules, 226:cycles of life experience, he has transmuted instinct into intellect, but now as the disciple, heInitiation, 22:will and purpose; we may call it hereditary instinct, but it works out in fact as purpose inIntellect, 8:is an occurrence." - Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 85. As we shall seeIntellect, 25:members of society. We exploit their instinct of self-preservation in order to lead them on alongIntellect, 26:makes the following interesting comments upon instinct and intuition, which have their place hereIntellect, 26:faculty of a higher awareness. He says: "...both instinct and intuition begin within theIntellect, 26:of every day consciousness... The impulses of instinct and the prompting of intuition areIntellect, 26:is sudden." - Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 128. [27] And he adds in anotherIntellect, 27:intuition lies on the other side of reason to instinct. We have, therefore, this interestingIntellect, 27:have, therefore, this interesting triplicity - instinct, intellect and intuition - with instinctIntellect, 27:- instinct, intellect and intuition - with instinct lying below the threshold of consciousness, soIntellect, 40:human type is the product of mass training and instinct and has been tremendously unfolded by ourIntellect, 79:every animal has its spiritual prototype. The instinct of self-preservation must eventually beIntellect, 80:will walk the earth and fulfil his destiny. The instinct which causes the lower self to thrustIntellect, 80:that of the higher Self. Sex, which is an animal instinct powerfully governing all animal forms,Intellect, 80:the soul and its vehicle; whilst the herd instinct will be transmuted into group consciousness. AIntellect, 80:be transmuted into group consciousness. A fifth instinct, namely the urge to inquire and toIntellect, 129:and begins to tap new sources of information. Instinct and intellect have done their work; now theIntellect, 162:the eastern and western positions, is entitled Instinct and Intuition, by Dr. Dibblee [163] ofIntellect, 163:it with material," - Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 85. and he quotes Dr.Intellect, 163:of feeling." - Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 132. In a particularly clearIntellect, 163:single personality." - Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 130. Here we have theIntellect, 164:human beings, the thalamus, which is the seat of instinct, and the cerebral cortex, which is theIntellect, 164:and intuition." - Dibblee, George Binney, Instinct and Intuition, page 165. This position isIntellect, 166:to distinguish between the intuition and instinct; between the intellect in its lower aspects andIntellect, 172:brought our human evolution to such a point that instinct, intellect and intuition can be used atMagic, 259:heavenly things. Hence purity of motive and the instinct for service, which latter keynote is newMagic, 302:in the animal nature and hark back to the primal instinct of self-preservation. Savage racesMagic, 321:and (in the natural world so-called) through the instinct of protective motherhood. But it isMagic, 344:only that which is compatible with the highest instinct and intuition. A willingness to experiment.Magic, 411:with its three outstanding characteristics of instinct, intellect and intuition is brought to aMagic, 411:to a condition of intelligent coordination. Instinct relates man to the animal world, intellectMagic, 465:find his way by discovering and using his mind. Instinct must give place to intellect. For cyclesMagic, 535:living entity on along the path of evolution. Instinct, governing the vegetable and animalMagic, 535:- intuition and illumination - take the place of instinct and of intelligence. Illumination - whatMagic, 585:in the arduous task of distinguishing between: Instinct and intuition. Higher and lower mind.Magic, 626:and we will very briefly touch upon them. The instinct of self-preservation has its root in anMagic, 626:of the human unit to self-perpetuation. The instinct of sex has its main root in the fear ofMagic, 627:the race can come into manifestation. The herd instinct can easily be seen to have its root in aMagic, 627:carried to the nth degree. The fourth great instinct, that of self-assertion, is also based onMagic, 627:acquired values for the good of the whole. The instinct to enquire in its turn is based on fear ofMagic, 628:I would like to point out the following: The instinct of self-preservation finds its consummationMagic, 628:approach and the inevitable guarantee. The sex instinct has worked out and finds its logicalMagic, 628:and the negative and receptive form. The herd instinct finds its divine consummation in an awakenedMagic, 628:the establishing of universal brotherhood. The instinct of self-assertion, in its turn, has givenMagic, 629:the kingdom of souls on earth. And what of the instinct to enquire? Transmuted into divineMagic, 629:should be carefully studied by the student: Instinct Correspondence Mode 1. Self-preservationMeditation, 30:basis for existence, and to guide it by means of instinct, and when the germ of mentality wasPatanjali, 323:as group faculty, analogous to a racial instinct in the human kingdom. Each of these five sensesProblems, 55:intellectual foundation. These three factors - instinct, intellect and intuition - provide theProblems, 62:united within themselves that basic triplicity: instinct, intellect and intuition. Their numbersProblems, 73:inherent selfishness prompts the change and the instinct of self-preservation determines theirProblems, 96:in the case of the Negro, the separative instinct derives from the white people; the Negro isPsychology1, 216:Upward Tendency. 3. Animal III. Adaptability Instinct. VI. Devotion Domesticity. 4. Human IV.Psychology1, 243:stages, which are of psychological importance. Instinct. Emotional aspiration. Intellect. MentalPsychology1, 251:we find the third ray producing the emergence of instinct, which in its turn creates and uses thatPsychology1, 255:present in its form-building aspect, as herd instinct and as the basis of the sex relation amongPsychology1, 256:powerful animal life of the period, and though instinct taught the animal-men to take certainPsychology1, 256:to take certain precautions, it was an instinct but little removed from that found in theirPsychology1, 267:work for the animal kingdom is to stimulate instinct until individualization is possible. His workPsychology1, 295:the world of ill-regulated desire and of animal instinct; the love of men for women and of womenPsychology1, 297:and wherein selfish purpose and animal instinct will fade into the background. Psychology1, 322:human kingdom - Intellect. The animal kingdom - Instinct. Hence his problem, and hence his glory.Psychology1, 322:union of the positive intuition and the negative instinct the intellect is born, for man repeats inPsychology1, 322:than an animal and is governed entirely by instinct. [323] An unconscious adaptation to environmentPsychology1, 346:hierarchy of human monads, is swept by the instinct or impulse towards harmony, and is thusPsychology1, 356:through the influence of the second ray, the instinct began to merge into the intellect, and that
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