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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - KINGDOMS
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Psychology1, 200:and results of the ray activity in the lower kingdoms of nature, but on this point no details canPsychology1, 213:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature SECTION TWO - CHAPTER TWO II. The RaysPsychology1, 213:SECTION TWO - CHAPTER TWO II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature Introductory Remarks In startingPsychology1, 213:of the relation of the rays to the seven kingdoms I shall refer to the seven kingdoms on the upwardPsychology1, 213:to the seven kingdoms I shall refer to the seven kingdoms on the upward or evolutionary arc, andPsychology1, 213:upward or evolutionary arc, and not to the seven kingdoms as they can be enumerated on thePsychology1, 213:to the Theosophical literature) includes three kingdoms - nebulous, relatively formless, andPsychology1, 213:formless, and unexpressed - and the four kingdoms as enumerated by modern science. With thePsychology1, 213:average reader. Though these three involutionary kingdoms exist, and though the little known aboutPsychology1, 213:the past and to see that past as a whole. The kingdoms which we shall consider in connection withPsychology1, 216:- II The Kingdom of Solar Lives. - I [216] These kingdoms might be regarded as differentiations ofPsychology1, 216:and the result of their influence upon the seven kingdoms with which we are concerned: No. KingdomPsychology1, 218:[218] of solar lives (the first and seventh kingdoms) are the result of the activity of the firstPsychology1, 218:close numerological interlocking here. These two kingdoms are respectively at the point of thePsychology1, 218:if I might so express it. The other kingdoms in nature, as can be seen in our tabulation, are notPsychology1, 218:to say in connection with this densest of all kingdoms as symbolically and pictorially true, butPsychology1, 218:is awakened and alive, so this lowest of all the kingdoms will be rightly understood only when allPsychology1, 218:be rightly understood only when all the seven kingdoms vibrate in unison. Until such time as thisPsychology1, 219:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature Two rays are of prime importance in thePsychology1, 220:The relation of the seven centers to the various kingdoms in nature can be here seen, and thePsychology1, 220:of the human form can be noted. The seven kingdoms as a whole can also be seen as having thePsychology1, 221:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The work of the seventh Lord and of thePsychology1, 221:forms underlying the creative work in the other kingdoms in [222] nature are seen in their realPsychology1, 222:The objectives and processes of the two highest kingdoms are too advanced for the average studentPsychology1, 222:rays and their relation to the three subhuman kingdoms in nature. In all esoteric writings it isPsychology1, 222:his position, midway between the higher three kingdoms and the lower three, will the truePsychology1, 222:into power, and if its effect upon the lower kingdoms is beginning to be felt, then humanity mustPsychology1, 223:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 1. The Mineral Kingdom Influence: ThePsychology1, 226:a paralleling effect upon the higher three kingdoms. People today have no idea what effect thisPsychology1, 226:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The seventh ray is one of organizedPsychology1, 228:are needed by the forms in the other material kingdoms. The mineral kingdom is therefore the mostPsychology1, 229:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature In the turning of the great wheel, cyclePsychology1, 230:that whole. Man has his roots in all the three kingdoms; all have contributed to his equipment; hePsychology1, 230:he is the link which unites the three lower kingdoms to the three higher. Let it ever be borne inPsychology1, 231:of divine life, found in the three subhuman kingdoms. In the urgency of the present worldPsychology1, 231:to ask: What need is there to study the rays and kingdoms of nature? Of what profit is it toPsychology1, 233:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 2. The Vegetable Kingdom Influences: ThePsychology1, 235:embody the purpose and goal of each of the five kingdoms in nature with which we are basicallyPsychology1, 235:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature a. Life-Radiance-Magnetism We are told inPsychology1, 235:existing between the mineral and the human kingdoms. In other words, by the conscious control ofPsychology1, 235:and on the symbolic development of the five kingdoms in nature: [236] "One-pointed meditation uponPsychology1, 237:influence any or all of the various kingdoms in nature? It should be remembered that every kingdom,Psychology1, 237:felt. An analogous condition is found in all the kingdoms in nature. Two rays are [238] dominant inPsychology1, 238:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature b. The Five Secrets of the Kingdoms inPsychology1, 238:Kingdoms in Nature b. The Five Secrets of the Kingdoms in Nature There is a secret anent each ofPsychology1, 238:Nature There is a secret anent each of the five kingdoms in nature. These secrets concern thePsychology1, 239:influences are at this time dominant in the five kingdoms; in four cases, two rays control; in thePsychology1, 240:fact, that at all the initiations of the kingdoms in nature, the planetary Logos of a particularPsychology1, 242:of divinity are concerned, as in the subhuman kingdoms, the attitude can be otherwise, and thePsychology1, 242:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The influence of the three rays, blendedPsychology1, 243:interest to trace similar analogies in the other kingdoms in nature, remembering however that thisPsychology1, 243:will ultimately affect each of the other three kingdoms. During the next subrace, ray two willPsychology1, 245:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature c. The Planets and the Kingdoms In thePsychology1, 245:the Kingdoms in Nature c. The Planets and the Kingdoms In the vegetable kingdom the influence ofPsychology1, 245:all the planets have a close relation to all the kingdoms, but that this relation should not bePsychology1, 246:bringing about the desired results in the kingdoms of nature under the Plan. It must be rememberedPsychology1, 247:air, and the proffered offering of the insect kingdoms into the manifested bodies, the radiantPsychology1, 247:reader, that in the relation of the rays to the kingdoms in nature, and in the similarity of thePsychology1, 247:the rays found functioning in widely differing kingdoms, will be found their point of contact orPsychology1, 247:other. For instance, the human and the vegetable kingdoms find their point of influential entryPsychology1, 247:ray four, which influences the forms in both kingdoms. The relation between the vegetable kingdomPsychology1, 248:time will establish [248] relations between the kingdoms, increasing the interplay of forces andPsychology1, 248:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature A careful study and a true analysis ofPsychology1, 249:seen whole as a kingdom in nature. Each of these kingdoms carries the consciousness aspect forwardPsychology1, 249:is the consciousness in the lower or subhuman kingdoms in nature. The more the unit of life isPsychology1, 249:also is the consciousness of the three higher kingdoms, the superhuman. The tragedy, the problemPsychology1, 251:and the rays, as we did with the other two kingdoms. Psychology1, 251:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 3. The Animal Kingdom Influences: ThePsychology1, 252:find in the human being and in the animal. Both kingdoms share the same general grouping of nerves,Psychology1, 254:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The two problems which are of immediatePsychology1, 254:of information anent the rays at work in both kingdoms. The two problems, particularly the secondPsychology1, 254:are found in the form aspect of both kingdoms. They are inherent in matter itself. But this thirdPsychology1, 257:steadily increased. The relation between the two kingdoms is now dual - physical and emotional. ToPsychology1, 257:factor, and through its means the three subhuman kingdoms will be brought under the control of man.Psychology1, 258:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature b. Individualization It is of coursePsychology1, See pa:with which the guardians of the races and kingdoms work when seeking to bring aboutPsychology1, 261:known. This [261] applies to all forms in all kingdoms, subhuman or superhuman. One of the firstPsychology1, 262:definite effects upon the three subhuman kingdoms. Through humanity, when the great experiment ofPsychology1, 262:energies or ray influences from the superhuman kingdoms were focused and the great function ofPsychology1, 262:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature c. The Five Points of Contact There arePsychology1, 263:forms, both in man and in the three subhuman kingdoms. These five points, with their fivePsychology1, 264:[264] the human kingdom, raise the subhuman kingdoms in nature also (after much effort) to life andPsychology1, 264:of spiritual contact, in each of the three kingdoms, is life brought to nature itself. For thisPsychology1, 265:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature d. Cyclic Manifestation So the workPsychology1, 266:These influences pour through all forms in all kingdoms, producing specific effects, definite andPsychology1, 266:therefore, governs the rays as well as the kingdoms in nature and the forms contained therein. ItPsychology1, 267:work with the animal kingdom and with the other kingdoms will proceed steadily and inevitably.Psychology1, 268:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature e. The Problem of Sex I have stated thatPsychology1, 272:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature One thing I will say, sad though it mayPsychology1, 277:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature i. Definitions of Sex, of Virtue and ofPsychology1, 280:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The incoming seventh ray expresses thePsychology1, 284:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature Yet all periods of the world's historyPsychology1, 288:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature Again, in man himself the great drama ofPsychology1, 292:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature ii. Sex in the New Age Prophecy is ever aPsychology1, 297:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 3. Some Suggestions for the Present CyclePsychology1, 301:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The second basic postulate was enunciatedPsychology1, 304:I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature iv. Sex and Discipleship I want to writePsychology1, 319:as we did in connection with the three subhuman kingdoms. Psychology1, 322:- he blends in himself the qualities of three kingdoms in nature, including the one before and thePsychology1, 322:All forms in the three lower subhuman kingdoms are also subjected to the process of adaptation, but
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