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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - KNOWLEDGE
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KNOWLEDGE
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Magic, 326:in you all." Theologies will disappear into the knowledge of God; doctrines and dogmas will noMagic, 329:will be ushered in by an outpouring of the love, knowledge and harmony of God Himself. Religions inMagic, 330:for they have not reached as yet the point of knowledge. They only recognize two things: their needMagic, 330:need for freedom, and an intense eagerness for knowledge. They despise the tradition of the past;Magic, 331:to know themselves as liberated souls. With that knowledge will come the steady growth of theMagic, 331:a group of mystics who are distinguished by knowledge, vision, and a power to work on mentalMagic, 333:and chemistry, as in other departments of human knowledge, have been made when the worker in anyMagic, 333:into a new realm of thought, he takes the knowledge there discovered and formulates it in such wayMagic, 340:is the result of the experience. This being so, knowledge will take the place of theory, and directMagic, 344:of the inner point of contact and the knowledge of how to tap the sources of inspiration willMagic, 344:comes to pass but what can lead to increased knowledge and development, and greater usefulness inMagic, 346:of the work to be done, and from the knowledge of materialized obstructions to the work must beMagic, 348:the lessons on the inner planes into practical knowledge that they become part of our ownMagic, 351:be willing at any [351] cost to pay the price of knowledge. If proof is to be given to the world ofMagic, 351:character must keep pace with his inner knowledge. This knowledge grows in three ways: By definiteMagic, 351:must keep pace with his inner knowledge. This knowledge grows in three ways: By definite expansionsMagic, 351:and as he appropriates and knows more, his knowledge takes a synthetic form and he [352] becomesMagic, 352:to teach and to impart to others the residue of knowledge of which he is sure. In teaching othersMagic, 352:he is sure. In teaching others comes further knowledge. The definition of truth in teachingMagic, 353:Then comes the Transfiguration, followed by knowledge of the future and complete self-abnegation.Magic, 356:fall from the lips of the illiterate, and a knowledge of God and a belief in the soul's immortalityMagic, 358:day, the radiance of the rising sun and perfect knowledge of the Truth appear. "This is the pathMagic, 362:of the Hierophant. The Initiator then, with full knowledge of the disciple's ray and of his subray,Magic, 364:and more easily comprehended. A little knowledge leads to much confusion unless laid aside forMagic, 364:limitations which hold us back from solar knowledge and life. For aspirants who have not even aMagic, 364:and life. For aspirants who have not even a knowledge of what planetary consciousness signifies,Magic, 375:for the third initiation. He begins with a knowledge that he is a spiritual entity confined in aMagic, 381:erstwhile followers, many of great power and knowledge, fought Them and thus we have one of theMagic, 383:Intuitive perception, pure vision, direct knowledge, and an ability to utilize the undifferentiatedMagic, 396:soul aspect, the qualities of that soul being knowledge, love and sacrifice. This is why theMagic, 400:way to the top in every department of human knowledge, not because of the clamor they make aboutMagic, 406:presentation of truth and for some aspect of the knowledge of reality. These groups fall generallyMagic, 411:is the nature of reality and the means of knowledge. The two most modern groups are theMagic, 429:is not yet. The group must grow in strength and knowledge and in intuitive perception. [430] YouMagic, 430:me reiterate the word thinkers) and of human knowledge stands the Hierarchy of Masters and inMagic, 439:apparent. Eventually, even in this department of knowledge, "the star will shine forth". This willMagic, 467:The latter concerns phenomena and the knowledge of it leads not the weary pilgrim to the gates ofMagic, 477:has been good inasmuch as man has progressed in knowledge. Out of the present welter of speech andMagic, 478:this method is as unsatisfactory in the field of knowledge as is the ancient tallow dip in theMagic, 486:corroborate, and share with the group whose knowledge is as vital as his. Sometimes this isMagic, 486:plane and are increased in vitality by the knowledge of the many, often of the many unwise. OneMagic, 498:the wishes of the ego. It involves sometimes a knowledge of the very day of death, coupled to aMagic, 500:But indication will give place to conviction and knowledge before another hundred years hasMagic, 500:will turn hope into certainty and belief into knowledge. In the meantime, let a new attitude toMagic, 502:new information which will slowly become common knowledge in the West during the next century. MuchMagic, 506:and eventually rupture the life thread, but the knowledge of this is too dangerous to transmit yetMagic, 512:is to achieve that wisdom which is based on a knowledge of when to work and when to refrain, and onMagic, 519:and brain. Through an intense application and a knowledge of the science of the centers they haveMagic, 524:and remember that, in the light of the future knowledge of humanity, all that is here conveyed isMagic, 541:required of those who are entitled to this knowledge so that the student can begin to develop inMagic, 546:books 'the inverted Tetraktys.' It is this knowledge which puts the magician in possession of theMagic, 550:beginner, but they serve to indicate some of the knowledge which the worker in white magic has toMagic, 571:of his soul. This lesson involves: Arriving at a knowledge of those forces which are peculiarlyMagic, 571:his activities. This will bring to him the knowledge as to which centers of his etheric body areMagic, 573:to him the Entity from which it has emanated. A knowledge of the type answers the question: AlongMagic, 577:indirectly, or by manipulation. Through [577] a knowledge of the law a disciple can not onlyMagic, 577:via the right hand and others via the left. Much knowledge is therefore required in order to workMagic, 579:of ray energy it comes and so arrive at a truer knowledge of yourself and of your own innerMagic, 584:appears to be something of more importance than knowledge and something of greater moment than theMagic, 584:lot of every true disciple are born that self-knowledge and self-reliance which will fit him in hisMagic, 595:time as the aspirant has used to the full the knowledge which he has gained from lesser teachers,Magic, 597:revealed son of God, with all the powers and knowledge which divinity contains. [601] Magic, 601:a synopsis of the book and would fix the knowledge it contains firmly in the student's memory. OneMagic, 603:Judgment should be based upon an evidenced knowledge of the plan as it works out in the wiseMagic, 604:chelas all over the world may be guided in their knowledge as to where they stand individually andMagic, 606:of non-essentials and the organizing of human knowledge. Working in the many fields of humanMagic, 606:soul which knows itself. Steadily they take the knowledge and information accumulated by theMagic, 609:condition, snatching at every chance to gain knowledge and so providing a fertile field whereinMagic, 613:Plan, and when one works on partial knowledge, difficulty and mistakes are bound to supervene. ItMagic, 615:which [615] serves to guide him into truth and knowledge; it is on the plane of the astral that theMagic, 618:of illusion. From this automatic response to knowledge by the knowers of the race, the Hierarchy ofMagic, 626:with the preservation of life, the medical knowledge of the day, and the achievements of civilizedMagic, 628:of our newest science, psychology, will emerge a knowledge of the assertive and dominant spiritualMagic, 629:will leave behind the experiences of the Hall of Knowledge. Our great educational centers willMagic, 632:as well as an older disciple with his wider knowledge and experience. Magic, 638:of the aspirant and not through a specific knowledge of the deed accomplished or the thought sentMeditation, 16:expansion as the systematic adaptation of all knowledge and of all means to the end in view. It isMeditation, 17:causes the shattering of the causal body by the knowledge of Sound and Color and the shatteringMeditation, 17:the fifth ray, the Ray of Concrete Science or Knowledge is a man's ray, the method is veryMeditation, 18:that which hinders the downflow of the higher knowledge. It involves also the will element (asMeditation, 18:the desired information from the source of all knowledge. As the process is continued, the piercingMeditation, 18:on to perfection and forcing him to utilize all knowledge in the loving service of his race. TheMeditation, 20:will first review his past lives, and from the knowledge gained thereby, he will guide his choiceMeditation, 20:self is that of the fifth or the Ray of Concrete Knowledge. A in past lives has demonstrated loveMeditation, 21:to expand for the purpose of apprehending knowledge. When this is done, every effort of theMeditation, 37:of divine telepathy, systemic psychology and the knowledge of the laws of fire. [38] Meditation, 70:heads. Tabulation has its value; it systematizes knowledge, thus tending to the orderly arrangementMeditation, 76:until such time as trained teachers with expert knowledge and clairvoyant faculty are in charge ofMeditation, 79:of the Personality, the faculties developed, the knowledge gained, and the remembrance of all thatMeditation, 80:with the pupils, stimulating through scientific knowledge and methods the dormant or sluggishMeditation, 88:reached a point now where the foundations of knowledge have been laid, - that knowledge whichMeditation, 88:foundations of knowledge have been laid, - that knowledge which instills into the wise student theMeditation, 89:before said - that the dangers of too little knowledge are much less than the dangers of too much,Meditation, 89:by incipient occultists than it can by a lack of knowledge that engenders not karmic results. TheMeditation, 90:and not in terms of self, trusted to use the knowledge gained anent the bodies and the karma, ofMeditation, 90:before the student passes on to greater knowledge. Only [91] as the channel opens to the intuitionMeditation, 97:for purposes of contact, for the apprehension of knowledge on the lower planes and for reasons ofMeditation, 103:planes he knows and has but failed to bring the knowledge through to the physical planeMeditation, 109:Hall of Learning and to apply practically the knowledge learnt on the physical plane is his greatMeditation, 114:the earnest seeker after truth many avenues of knowledge. All occult training has this in view, -
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