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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - INTRODUCTORY
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Astrology, 75:Astrology - The Nature of Esoteric Astrology - Introductory Remarks CHAPTER II - THE NATURE OFAstrology, 75:CHAPTER II - THE NATURE OF ESOTERIC ASTROLOGY Introductory Remarks It will be apparent to you afterAstrology, 110:is impossible to handle them all at once in the introductory remarks. The confusion would then beAstrology, 407: Esoteric Astrology - The Science of Triangles - Introductory Remarks CHAPTER III - THE SCIENCE OFAstrology, 407:Remarks CHAPTER III - THE SCIENCE OF TRIANGLES Introductory Remarks We have been working for someAstrology, 407:the nature of esoteric astrology and, under our introductory remarks, we considered very brieflyAstrology, 410: Esoteric Astrology - The Science of Triangles - Introductory Remarks Students would find it ofAstrology, 413: Esoteric Astrology - The Science of Triangles - Introductory Remarks It will not, therefore, dealBethlehem, ix: From Bethlehem to Calvary - Chapter One - Introductory Remarks on Initiation CHAPTER ONEBethlehem, ix:- Introductory Remarks on Initiation CHAPTER ONE Introductory Remarks on Initiation KEY THOUGHTBethlehem, 5: From Bethlehem to Calvary - Chapter One - Introductory Remarks on Initiation In the continuity ofBethlehem, 8: From Bethlehem to Calvary - Chapter One - Introductory Remarks on Initiation We are free to chooseBethlehem, 12: From Bethlehem to Calvary - Chapter One - Introductory Remarks on Initiation II. It is of interestBethlehem, 15: From Bethlehem to Calvary - Chapter One - Introductory Remarks on Initiation Through the messageBethlehem, 18: From Bethlehem to Calvary - Chapter One - Introductory Remarks on Initiation But the lesson andBethlehem, 21: From Bethlehem to Calvary - Chapter One - Introductory Remarks on Initiation III. Always thereBethlehem, 25: From Bethlehem to Calvary - Chapter One - Introductory Remarks on Initiation Initiation might beDestiny, 7:we take up these points, however, I have a few introductory comments to make. These it is essentialDiscipleship1, 673:SECTION THREE THE SIX STAGES OF DISCIPLESHIP Introductory Notes The stage wherein a disciple isDiscipleship2, XIII:in the New Age II - Talks to Disciples - Introductory Remarks SECTION ONE TALKS TO DISCIPLESDiscipleship2, XIII:Remarks SECTION ONE TALKS TO DISCIPLES Introductory Remarks January 1940 My BROTHER: May I say thatDiscipleship2, 9:in the New Age II - Talks to Disciples - Introductory Remarks August 1940 Some of you have reallyEducation, xii: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Introductory Statements I. The Objective of the NewEducation, xii:Statements I. The Objective of the New Education Introductory Statements This presentation might beEducation, 4: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Introductory Statements V. Education has three majorEducation, 14:I have to say here is still in the nature of introductory remarks. Please bear this in mind. I amEducation, 148:the path of outgoing. I have now completed my introductory presentation of the fundamentals whichExternalisationExternalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks SECTION ONE - INTRODUCTORYExternalisation- Section I - Introductory Remarks SECTION ONE - INTRODUCTORY REMARKS The Period of TransitionExternalisation, 5:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks All true spiritual thinkers andExternalisation, 7:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks It is not my purpose to coverExternalisation, 10:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks I. The Training of Psychics TheExternalisation, 12:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks I would like to point out alsoExternalisation, 15:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks II. Esoteric Schools andExternalisation, 18:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks Meditation involves the livingExternalisation, 20:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks The Present Urgency October 10,Externalisation, 22:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks My sole responsibility is toExternalisation, 24:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks A Challenging Opportunity AprilExternalisation, 26:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks Seed Groups in the New Age JulyExternalisation, 28:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks The first method was strictlyExternalisation, 31:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks The founding upon the innerExternalisation, 33:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks This type of dual functioningExternalisation, 36:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks The third group carries theExternalisation, 39:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks Disciples must learn theExternalisation, 41:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks Turning now to the work of theExternalisation, 44:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks I would remind you that suchExternalisation, 46:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks The Work of the Seed GroupsExternalisation, 49:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks The cause for the momentousExternalisation, 51:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks 1. Government by a recognizedExternalisation, 54:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks Later we shall study these andExternalisation, 56:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks The work of the seventh group,Externalisation, 58:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks Let us now pass on to a briefExternalisation, 61:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks The Immediate Task SeptemberExternalisation, 64:Externalization of the Hierarchy - Section I - Introductory Remarks Group One can telepathicallyExternalisation, 502:The Subjective Basis of the New World Religion Introductory Statements December 1919 ThoseFire, xviii:ONE - THE INTERNAL FIRES - FIRE BY FRICTION Introductory Remarks Division A. Of the SheathsFire, xviii:SECTION TWO - THE FIRE OF MIND - SOLAR FIRE Introductory Questions Division A. The Nature of ManasFire, xviii: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Introductory Postulates Introductory Postulates The teaching which isFire, xviii:on Cosmic Fire - Introductory Postulates Introductory Postulates The teaching which is given inFire, 5: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Introductory Postulates II. There is a basic law called the Law ofFire, 7: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Introductory Postulates III. All souls are identical with theFire, 33: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Introductory Remarks SECTION ONE - FIRE BY FRICTION -Fire, 33:ONE - FIRE BY FRICTION - THE FIRE OF MATTER Introductory Remarks We purpose in these fewFire, 33:Introductory Remarks We purpose in these few introductory remarks to lay down the foundation for aFire, 33: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Introductory Remarks - Fire in the Macrocosm I. Fire inFire, 39: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Introductory Remarks - Fire in the Macrocosm The Ray ofFire, 41: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Introductory Remarks - Fire in the Macrocosm TheFire, 41: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Introductory Remarks - Fire in the Macrocosm TheFire, 44: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Introductory Remarks - Fire in the Macrocosm It mightFire, 45: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Introductory Remarks - Fire in the Microcosm II. Fire inFire, 48: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Introductory Remarks - Fire in Manifestation III. FireFire, 49: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Introductory Remarks - Fire in Manifestation The thirdFire, 223: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions SECTION TWO - SOLAR FIRE - THEFire, 223:SECTION TWO - SOLAR FIRE - THE FIRE OF MIND Introductory Questions Before taking up the subject ofFire, 225: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions Chart of the Plerôma according toFire, 225: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions I. What is the Relationship ofFire, 231: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions II. What is Evolution and howFire, 233: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 3. The Manifesting Units ofFire, 237: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions III. Why is the Solar SystemFire, 240: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 2. Its Nature and Duality InFire, 243: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions IV. What is Consciousness? WhatFire, 245: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions V. Is there a direct AnalogyFire, 247: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions A Man A man is spheroidal inFire, 250: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions A Heavenly Man 3 a. Each HeavenlyFire, 255: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions A Solar Logos a. A solar Logos,Fire, 259: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions VI. What is the Mind Aspect? WhyFire, 262: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions Therefore we have: Monad, theFire, 263: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions From the standpoint of evolutionFire, 266: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 2. The Objective Development ThisFire, 267: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 3. The Subjective DevelopmentFire, 269: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 4. The Heavenly Men and Man TheFire, 273: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions VII. Why is the Progress ofFire, 274: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 2. Repetition of Cyclic Action isFire, 277: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 3. The third idea involved isFire, 279: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions An atom revolves upon its axis.Fire, 282: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions By a close scrutiny of chart V,Fire, 285: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions VIII. Why is Knowledge 16 bothFire, 288: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions IX. What is the Relation between:Fire, 291: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions Third: The work of a solar LogosFire, 296: A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 2. The Work of the Atomic Units
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