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

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Psychology2, 40:with the rhythm of the Whole; The cessation of isolation. Ray Two The power to build for selfishPsychology2, 80:of their desires. They stand alone in a proud isolation, glorying in their strength, and theirPsychology2, 291:no matter what the difficulties. Individual isolation. The man is always the "One who standsPsychology2, 363:are one. There is no war, no difference and no isolation. The warring forces seem to war from thePsychology2, 363:find, not two but one; not war but peace; not isolation but a heart which rests upon the center.Psychology2, 365:the following sequential results: A sense of isolation. Putting this into more modern language, aPsychology2, 393:the man, isolated in God Who is the negation of isolation and is nevertheless the Whole which isPsychology2, 461:They pass rapidly into a state of complete isolation or separateness. This can lead to acutePsychology2, 554:all its own to produce what is called "occult isolation", because it is the seat of the lifePsychology2, 618:ray people who have naturally a "technique of isolation" suffer less than many for they know how toRays, 40:its culminating lesson of the significance of isolation and the freeing process which brings aboutRays, 41:must also disappear. Here lies the agony [41] of isolation and the overpowering sense ofRays, 44:a sense of unity, and who refuse to accept isolation; separateness then fades out entirely. TheRays, 121:which militate against division, separation and isolation. Little as people realize it, theseTelepathy, 148:The concept of separateness, of individual isolation, is an illusion of the unillumined human mind.
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