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

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Psychology2, 352:be God's Destroying Angel - the Angel who brings life through the destruction of the form. SuchPsychology2, 352:found expressing these qualities in all walks of life and spheres of action, and is a destroyingPsychology2, 353:returns upon his way. Back to the center of his life he goes, and there he waits. He reaches outPsychology2, 354:and futility. Next he passes through a life in which he begins to reorganize himself for aPsychology2, 354:a second ray personality until, in the fourth life, he can function safely through a first rayPsychology2, 354:of the personality and soul. It is in the third life of reorientation that he gains the reward forPsychology2, 355:of manifestation, has three major qualities: life or activity in form, love and the power ofPsychology2, 355:own field. There comes ever the moment in the life of the aspirant when he begins to consider withPsychology2, 355:no satisfaction in the familiar things; the old life of desire for well known forms of existencePsychology2, 356:from the furthest point upon the outer rim of life, and sweeps with purpose towards the centralPsychology2, 357:the work of the soul is for that particular life cycle arrested, and delay ensues. With thisPsychology2, 358:work is indispensable to each other, just as life and consciousness are mutually indispensable, andPsychology2, 360:Personality Ray Three " 'Pulling the threads of Life, I stand, enmeshed within my self-createdPsychology2, 363:perfection through the power of the indwelling life, with which it becomes perfectly at-oned. ThisPsychology2, 365:a very difficult moment or moments in the life of the disciple. Psychology2, 367:or unfoldments of consciousness in the life of the individual and the group produces a definitePsychology2, 368:is known for what it is - the veiling vase of life. Love of the form must never hide the Life whichPsychology2, 368:of life. Love of the form must never hide the Life which has its place behind, the One who broughtPsychology2, 369:know and understand the nature of the veils of life, but know as well the One Who lives. Know Me.Psychology2, 369:nature of that Self to penetrate the veils of life, revealing all the radiance of God, His powerPsychology2, 369:magnetism; revealing all there is of form, of life, of beauty and usefulness. The mind reveals thePsychology2, 369:One. The mind can blend and fuse the form and life. Thou art the One. Thou art the form. Thou artPsychology2, 370:to what might be called the "ending of the joy-life and of desire." This is not a pleasantPsychology2, 370:the disciple; it leads to much aridness in the life-experience and to a sense of loss; it oftenPsychology2, 370:in which the not-Self and the Self, the life-aspect and the form-aspect, are seen as they [371]Psychology2, 371:choice, and to the major task of the disciple's life. This is the detaching of himself from thePsychology2, 371:"common sense." When this takes place, form and life are indeed one unity and the disciple uses thePsychology2, 371:it feeds and stimulates its growth. I lay my life upon the altar of desire - the seen, the sensed,Psychology2, 372:that you are on leads to the outer circle of the life of God; the line goes forward to the outerPsychology2, 373:of sensation, of appreciation by others and of life purpose. The idea of "my truth, my master, myPsychology2, 373:linked with the world of astral psychic life, the sixth plane, he is peculiarly sensitive to hisPsychology2, 374:and himself and by surrendering himself to the life at the center and there holding himself poisedPsychology2, 376:love of God's eternal Plan control [376] your life, your mind, your hand, your eye. Work towardsPsychology2, 378:when the disciple knows not order within his own life, and when the ritual of the soul is notPsychology2, 380:to express the first differentiation of the One Life, if such a paradoxical phrase can be employed.Psychology2, 382:This accounts for the intense difficulty of the life of every disciple at this stage. SeveralPsychology2, 383:those of the first, second and third rays. Life, the One Life, manifests through these three majorPsychology2, 383:the first, second and third rays. Life, the One Life, manifests through these three majorPsychology2, 383:it brings likewise inspiration to the physical life, to the physical body, via the brain (revealingPsychology2, 384:It infers also that the spiritual plane life of the disciple, as it expresses itself in hisPsychology2, 385:lotus, represents the spirit or life aspect; the other, the ajna center, represents matter or thePsychology2, 385:of the center of the lotus (though the One Life controls both soul and body) only takes place whenPsychology2, 386:capacity of the sentient body. An inspired life. Another point should here be made; Disciples uponPsychology2, 386:first qualified differentiation of the monadic Life. The quality is often called the spiritualPsychology2, 389:livingness, and a dynamic inflow of spiritual life into the physical plane experience. The disciplePsychology2, 390:as follows: From the will aspect of the monadic life to that level of consciousness and of energyPsychology2, 392:not just an obedient servant of the Plan. His life will be then inspired by the desire to servePsychology2, 392:Plan. This will bring in the full tide of soul life, producing temporarily a violent conflictPsychology2, 394:indicate and refer to the intricate internal life of the organized creation of God wherein thePsychology2, 396:on the synthetic detail of the manifested Life will be The realization of the true significance ofPsychology2, 396:heart of the Sun", which is the inner point of life in all manifested forms. Illumination of thePsychology2, 396:to them first of all, and then the light of Life. Ponder deeply on this distinction. Psychology2, 399:achieve an intensified livingness in the daily life-expression of the disciple, and consequently inPsychology2, 399:form the stepping-stones across the river of life down which the new attributes may come,Psychology2, 400:nature, and an organized stability and purity of life. Ponder on this. This use of the creativePsychology2, 401:and blended until Deity, the essential divine Life, is revealed and from a materialized TriplicityPsychology2, 402:are prone to question and at times to despair. Life is so difficult these days; the tension toPsychology2, 403:and the release of the individual to a life of usefulness, fulfilment and service. Some of thePsychology2, 403:in an individual's equipment or presentation of life (and also those of the group or social order)Psychology2, 403:one who must be helped to adapt himself to his life condition - this above everything else isPsychology2, 404:to interior conflicts which have distorted life, to morbidity, sadistic attitudes,Psychology2, 404:the form or forms through which the subjective life of divinity is revealing itself) can be broughtPsychology2, 404:the necessary instrument upon the outer plane of life for divine, human and animal revelation.Psychology2, 405:beyond a certain point of development in any one life - a point determined by the stage reachedPsychology2, 405:consisting of soul and body, of intelligent life and form, of a spiritual entity and the apparatusPsychology2, 406:which can be called desire-impulses or the wish-life of the individual; through the mind comesPsychology2, 406:comes eventually intelligent understanding and a life directed by purpose and planning instead ofPsychology2, 407:taken place unconsciously as the result of life-stimulation, the evolutionary urge, the normalPsychology2, 411:we can give the general name of the "wish life" with its objective, personal happiness, leadingPsychology2, 414:man is deeply hidden and imprisoned. It is the life principle and urge which dominate and thePsychology2, 415:an expression of three types of energy - life, love and intelligence. For the reception of thesePsychology2, 415:nature in the emotional desire body, and the life principle in and through the etheric or vitalPsychology2, 415:streams of energy at two points of contact: the life stream in the heart and the consciousnessPsychology2, 417:oneness which exists on the the inner side of life and negates the outer appearance ofPsychology2, 417:the automatic physical nature, the vital or life vehicle and the desire nature. It works throughPsychology2, 417:connection". The two streams of living energy - life and consciousness - are [418] usually anchoredPsychology2, 418:is not anchored at all in the body, but only the life stream has made its contact in the heart.Psychology2, 418:to direct action or to provide in any way a life program or plan. There is only responsiveness toPsychology2, 418:desire and intelligence, is abstracted and only life and the consciousness inherent in the physicalPsychology2, 419:a weak vital connection and lack of interest in life (so prevalent at this time) will become lessPsychology2, 420:body by the two persons - one providing the life stream (anchored in the heart) and the otherPsychology2, 420:and several persons upon the inner side of life use the same physical body. Then you have multiplePsychology2, 422:Eventual acquiescence of a nature which ends the life in futility, deep depression and a sense ofPsychology2, 422:which runs all the way from a submissive life of acceptance to those many ways of escape which pushPsychology2, 422:of his desire or it breaks him on the wheel of life, either physically or mentally. 2. CleavagePsychology2, 423:to the sense of frustration and a break in the life continuity of interest, can be cured byPsychology2, 423:can be done by training. Interpretation of the life and the environment, given in terms ofPsychology2, 427:also in the man who is integrating into his life work, and also in the thinking aspirant. This isPsychology2, 430:purpose. This rhythm, when duly established in a life or in a series of lives, leads eventually toPsychology2, 431:be built upon the premise that this one life is not man's sole opportunity in which to achievePsychology2, 432:bodies. The soul and its triplicity of energies (life itself, expressing will or purpose, love andPsychology2, 432:and mental gains acquired in the school of life upon this planet, from incarnation to incarnation.Psychology2, 432:man have been little noted; the gain of each life in added grasp of [433] the mechanism of contact,Psychology2, 433:writer or speaker has not been able to view the life cycle from the angle of the soul, detached andPsychology2, 433:those matters which concern the group interior life would have been emphasized. The methods used toPsychology2, 434:or animal brain. The heart, the center of life. The astral or etheric body. This is the majorPsychology2, 435:man functions. The heart center is the seat of life, of the highest principle which expressesPsychology2, 435:plexus center is the seat of the instinctual life, of the animal soul, and of the highly developedPsychology2, 435:It is the seat also of the creative, imaginative life of man. It also possesses centers of forcePsychology2, 436:human being, or unpopular, full of fear of life, or expressing, in many [437] other forms, his
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