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

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Rays, 537:with rapidity on to the mental plane. This involves a dual activity; the lower mind becomes aRays, 539:lighted area into which he may now enter. This involves no leaving of the former field of activityRays, 542:is the next and some times paralleling stage and involves the bringing [543] together of theRays, 600:process is not yet over, however for that involves the recognition of time. During the initiatoryRays, 614:of man's thinking. True sharing definitely involves many little renunciations, and it is upon theseRays, 615:in the three worlds of human evolution. This involves His influencing their minds telepathically.Rays, 615:within the active sphere of His influence; this involves the release of the energy of goodwill intoRays, 675:is to some extent one of the most difficult. It involves purification, but it is purification byRays, 718:and yet - at the same time - their true meaning involves a detachment, a divine indifference andRays, 736:place. I know not what the Great Refusal involves. One thing only I know: It indicates theRays, 764:Explain in words the simplest the need that this involves. The need of gentle mercy, which knowsReappearance, 82:easily made and written down, but again it involves the three modes or techniques of appearance toReappearance, 86:dealing with an aspect of Christ's work which involves the stimulation of the consciousness of HisReappearance, 94:principle of directed Purpose." This principle involves three things: Understanding - intuitive andReappearance, 146:the divine attributes and aspects. This truth involves necessarily the recognition of two greatReappearance, 171:to many at times to be an insuperable one. It involves the problem of true financial trusteeshipSoul, 14:Dr. W. B. Pillsbury believes this twofold system involves a needless duplication: "If theSoul, 107:or Union, which is one and the same thing, involves, as we have already stated, 'over and above,'Soul, 113:Avalon says: "A description of the Chakras involves, in the first place, an account of the WesternSoul, 136:concentration. This is one-pointed living, and involves also the bringing the mind into activity inTelepathy, 8:telepathy and concerns feeling in every case. It involves, invariably, radiations from the solarTelepathy, 14:public opinion," but this is, as yet, slow. It involves the activity of the throat and ajnaTelepathy, 22:one of the major rewards of right meditation and involves much true responsibility. You will findTelepathy, 28:Practically, you will observe that this involves on the part of the disciple the power to do threeTelepathy, 34:whom the lot of the disciples may be cast. This involves: Sensitive physical reaction, via theTelepathy, 39:to motive and method; any group endeavor which involves a united applied effort to effect changesTelepathy, 71:Mind can the Purpose be sensed by him; this involves also the development of the abstract mind,Telepathy, 81:what we call time, with all that that concept involves of events, opportunity, the past, theTelepathy, 92:give the name of the Science of Impression. It involves the constant opening up of a newTelepathy, 95:when I said that "Sensitivity to impression involves the engendering of a magnetic aura upon whichTelepathy, 100:to invoke demonstrates from life to life and involves [101] the invocation of conscious responseTelepathy, 101:to you that the use of the word "observer" involves the concept of duality and, therefore, ofTelepathy, 109:entire process is, therefore, astral-buddhic and involves the lower aspects of the Universal MindTelepathy, 111:should be remembered. Mental telepathy. This involves naturally two minds or several minds, and theTelepathy, 112:within mental [112] substance. This necessarily involves the three aspects of the mind, foundTelepathy, 112:and the abstract sensitivity or reaction. This involves (on the physical plane) an activity of theTelepathy, 115:basic concept: 2. Sensitivity to impression involves the engendering of a magnetic aura upon whichTelepathy, 144:itself in constant movement, and such movement involves a necessary radiation as a consequence;Telepathy, 167:the energies of the logoic plane. This statement involves a somewhat new concept; it creates aTelepathy, 197:the name, "The Affirmation of the Disciple." It involves certain inner recognitions and acceptances
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