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

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Patanjali, 421:gained nor the experience undergone. He knows the self; he identifies himself with the true knower,Patanjali, 422:detachment, and through utter dispassion, knows the meaning of isolated unity. Problems, 22:in other countries before she herself really knows what is the revelation of which she isProblems, 22:is hers to give the world, but as yet she knows not what it is. This fact, that Russia is theProblems, 66:of living are bound to pass away; no one knows what will take their place. Conditions will beProblems, 112:demonstrates a sound sense of values and that he knows the distinction between paternalism (whichPsychology1use, And feeleth, thinketh, willeth, - is what Knows: Which, duly tending upward in its turn, GrowsPsychology1a place, for it returns to Him. What Does, what Knows, what Is; three souls, one man. - Death inPsychology1, 13:it sees no distinction, but is the form, and knows not itself as soul. This often reaches itsPsychology1, 13:of what is termed his essential duality; he knows he is spirit-matter, is form-life, and is thePsychology1, 47:emerging will. Knowledge itself is that which knows its own ends and works towards those endsPsychology1, 57:unrealized), but the conscious thinking entity knows the fact of the unity of consciousness and ofPsychology1, 70:The inner vision watches o'er the fusion, knows the divine relation and sees the two as one. ButPsychology1, 113:the depths of his own experience and struggle he knows it to be so. It is the group of Masters, thePsychology1, 120:the human family. Modern exoteric science knows much about the outer form, or matter aspect, andPsychology1, 120:and its electrical nature. Esoteric science knows much about the nature of the subjective energiesPsychology1, 154:transfigured and radiant. Why? Because he now knows that spirit is a fact and the basis ofPsychology1, 154:is a fact and the basis of immortality; he knows, past all controversy, that there is a Plan, andPsychology1, 270:by the rhythm of his animal nature, and knows no more of the evil side and of the vile promiscuityPsychology1, 291:in man. Thus in his personal life he three times knows the meaning of union, of sex: In thePsychology1, 312:from the world is also hidden from himself. He knows not the wonder of that which he preserves andPsychology1, 337:this, in time, is transmuted into that which it knows is the divine non-material heritage of a sonPsychology1, 377:in the first nebulous race (of which science knows nothing), produced what we call the Law ofPsychology1, 377:that term. In the next race, of which again man knows little, the fusion of the three divinePsychology1, 388:lies in the hands of the peoples, and no one knows exactly what way they will take to reach theirPsychology1, 398:and with his eyes wide open to results. Hence he knows the law as no other race knows it, for he isPsychology1, 398:results. Hence he knows the law as no other race knows it, for he is eternally its victim. He hasPsychology2, 47:This the man, who stands before the Angel, knows. He grasps the meaning of the painted sign whichPsychology2, 58:related, and it is this [58] that the soul knows. For the soul is the One who appropriates thePsychology2, 58:later in the soul's experience, wherein the soul knows more clearly the design, and in which muchPsychology2, 76:is undergone blindly and unconsciously. Man knows not what he does. It is only towards the end ofPsychology2, 109:in favor of the universal and of the soul, that knows no separation, no difference. Then no pride,Psychology2, 127:has to do when contact has been made and the man knows it in his brain consciousness and owing toPsychology2, 159:adequately developed in the aspirant, and he knows the pairs of opposites and has gained a visionPsychology2, 167:Group Life The Direction of Ray II "The Scholar knows the truth. All is revealed to him. SurroundedPsychology2, 173:through his being "pendent" 'twixt the two, he knows the outer darkness as Christ knew it finallyPsychology2, 173:that he serves the race by becoming what he knows he is. Immersed, physically, from the angle ofPsychology2, 174:the portal of initiation. By this portent, he knows that he can now enter; but, this time, not as aPsychology2, 174:has achieved certain definite realizations, and knows certain ideals as facts in his experience.Psychology2, 177:categories? Yet we are told [177] that the soul knows naught of separation! Such are some of thePsychology2, 181:or in the contemplative life (in which the soul knows itself to be one with all souls). This in itsPsychology2, 235:tendency to separative reactions, because he knows that they concern the innate, inherited psychePsychology2, 243:warrant our study. On its own plane, the soul knows no separation, and the factor of synthesisPsychology2, 243:which that vision veils or hides. The soul knows the Plan; its form, outline, methods and objectivePsychology2, 247:of the creative imagination. As yet, humanity knows little about [248] this faculty, latent in allPsychology2, 274:for one brief moment, the level of the soul, and knows the meaning of the words "soul contact."Psychology2, 293:or mental type - awake and alert. The one who knows the Plan, the purpose and the will of God. ThePsychology2, 299:reorientation is at its highest and the aspirant knows it. He knows that upon the issue of thatPsychology2, 299:is at its highest and the aspirant knows it. He knows that upon the issue of that battle muchPsychology2, 303:for him only an hypothesis, fits the facts as he knows them better than any other. He will then,Psychology2, 351:his individual and separative consciousness. He knows himself to be but a part. Upon the Path ofPsychology2, 378:and a place [378] of danger when the disciple knows not order within his own life, and when thePsychology2, 394:Just as the average, yet unthinking human being knows that he is a person of intricate design, ofPsychology2, 394:functioning as a unity, but of which he in fact knows nothing except their general nature, so thePsychology2, 394:of humanity and the highly educated thinker knows in greater detail and fuller comprehension thePsychology2, 420:adequate positiveness. But, speaking as one who knows, such cases frequently occur, leading to manyPsychology2, 440:The conscious is limited to that which the man knows himself to be and have in the present - thePsychology2, 464:the reason for this is that the man sees and knows and realizes more than he is able to [465] doPsychology2, 466:up to the realized opportunity. The man sees and knows too much. He can no longer be satisfied withPsychology2, 471:he has great things to do, and that everybody he knows must aid him in doing it, or else reckonPsychology2, 473:definitely and consciously aware of himself. He knows also that he has released a measure of thePsychology2, 473:he is on the Path of Probation; and because he knows himself to be an aspirant and even a disciple,Psychology2, 488:is greatly helped by the fact that the neophyte knows pretty well, exactly what his instructorPsychology2, 492:of that which his own soul inevitably knows, because his soul is an aspect of the Universal soulPsychology2, 529:them because even the modern endocrinologist knows that the adrenal glands, when stimulated,Psychology2, 566:is wordless and formless. The recipient simply knows and the imparted knowledge takes form in thePsychology2, 581:full control of all faculties and powers, and knows both when and how to use them the mostPsychology2, 583:no control whatsoever over his powers. He simply knows that he sees and hears that which cannot bePsychology2, 596:subjectively of some senior disciple who knows the needed next truth and has unfolded in himselfPsychology2, 601:an hallucination which embodies the highest he knows; he is overcome by the glamor of the spiritualPsychology2, 634:a realization of divine origin and goal, which knows no [635] class distinction, no barriers inPsychology2, 644:of a world opinion, based on a good will which knows no national or racial barriers or religiousRays, 40:whole of nature. From that moment onward he knows that divinity is all there is, and this he learnsRays, 40:to him for what they essentially are, and he knows that - as directing agencies and as transitoryRays, 42:Oriental calls it) appears before him, and he knows that no forms and no spiritual complexes and noRays, 64:I told you that a time comes when the initiate knows that the astral plane no longer exists. ForRays, 64:he arrives at a great and basic realization. He knows that he must return (if such a foolish wordRays, 69:must give place to Invocation in the man who knows he is divine. This symbolic revelation is to beRays, 70:and scientific activity of which modern humanity knows practically nothing, but which is related toRays, 73:their capacity for spiritual impersonality. He knows it is something which he must achieve and - asRays, 81:created. "Man only hears the distant sound and knows it not for what it is. The disciple hears theRays, 82:the mountain top hears a clear note and [82] knows it as his own, as ours, as yours, and yet theRays, 94:purpose of the Lord of the World Who "knows His Own Mind, radiates the highest quality of Love, andRays, 105:- he is now focused in the highest aspect and knows himself to be the Will, the Life, the Father,Rays, 107:and is necessarily most limited. The disciple knows or is learning to know that he is not this orRays, 107:most occult phrase) the mind or that by which he knows. He is learning that that too must beRays, 116:miniature that which it is. It takes on form and knows the divinity of separation. Such is itsRays, 116:"Beyond the door is greater light and life. It knows itself for what it is. It suffices not untoRays, 116:for what it is. It suffices not unto itself and knows that it is That - part of the Whole, divinelyRays, 117:and life are his. He realizes beauty and he knows that That exists. Instead of time and space andRays, 117:and all the rich inducements of the form, he knows himself as rich in love, in knowledge, wisdom,Rays, 126:The disciple and the candidate for initiation knows that life is one, whether it takes form in theRays, 126:second kingdom or in the third or the fourth; he knows that the life in him is one with the life inRays, 127:devotee and of the Master he seeks to serve. He knows, as a candidate for initiation, that: Life isRays, 129:and space," or a candidate for initiation who knows that life is one and that the form is of noRays, 138:them as existent in theory. The trained initiate knows that they have to become his naturalRays, 140:spiritual will is something of which humanity knows nothing; it is hidden and veiled by theRays, 143:ring-pass-not. Beyond those limits - who knows? Light can be regarded as a symptom, a reaction toRays, 147:Hierarchy and Humanity) when as yet he scarcely knows himself as a human being? How can he graspRays, 149:in the thinking of the neophyte. The initiate knows it not. First let us clearly define the various
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