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

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Autobiography, 290:to heal, not hurt. Let pain bring due reward of light and love. Let the soul control the outer formAutobiography, 290:outer form And life and all events, And bring to light the Love That underlies the happenings ofAutobiography, 292:the nations who were fighting the Forces of Light; that was in no way a political move but wasAutobiography, 295:One. That within each human being is a point of light, a spark of the one Flame. This, we believe,Autobiography, 302:for humanity to achieve its own destiny in the light of its own soul, by the power of its ownAutobiography, 302:fulfiling of its divine destiny. It is in this light that we can understand how it is that from theAutobiography, 303:altogether. The building of the Network of Light and Goodwill by establishing the Triangle movementAutobiography, 303:expected. Today our group is filled with light and love and power. Today this group, the ArcaneAutobiography, 303:are a part, is functioning as a great station of light in the body of the New Group of WorldBethlehem, 5:(Quoted by W. Kingsland in Religion in the Light of Theosophy) The Wisdom which expressesBethlehem, 9:but we must seek to reinterpret them in the light of the present. Through self-initiated experimentBethlehem, 10:Dr. Berdyaev, in Freedom and the Spirit, throw light on this: "The Christian revelation isBethlehem, 14:He achieved illumination, "let in" a flood of light upon life and upon our world problems, and thisBethlehem, 15:many thousands, down the centuries, to see the light. Today Christ and His disciples are occupiedBethlehem, 15:the work of the individual, saying, "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see yourBethlehem, 17:the portal [17] which leads to the Path of Light, and the life of Christ will flower forth in theBethlehem, 20:of truth will be, who can say? But the light is slowly pouring into men's hearts and minds, and inBethlehem, 20:to be restored, must be reinterpreted in the light of Christianity, and readapted [21] to meetBethlehem, 22:himself, men have turned within to find the light and peace and release so ardently desired. ChristBethlehem, 27:the two great pillars, in their search for light; they have no conscious knowledge of thatBethlehem, 30:and stand before that mysterious Presence Whose light and wisdom shone forth before the worldBethlehem, 34:of matter the Christ child can enter into the light of the kingdom of God. Another crisis is uponBethlehem, 35:this individual search for divine expression and light, and for the ultimate achievement of the newBethlehem, 36:was made. "In Him was life; and the life was the light of men. [37] "He was in the world, and theBethlehem, 40:another, until he himself becomes an illumined Light-bearer, and one who can light the way forBethlehem, 40:an illumined Light-bearer, and one who can light the way for others. The illuminati have ever ledBethlehem, 43:shines forth" when the initiate enters into light. There are therefore three initiators: first, aBethlehem, 44:himself whilst doing this to walk in the light of the soul, realizing that in service to hisBethlehem, 52:seven Churches in Revelations will bring much light upon the factor of the Word. Great racial WordsBethlehem, 55:touch or hide it; it is radiance and pure white light. But the manhood is there also, a guaranteeBethlehem, 57:pass through the gateway of the new Birth into light, and walk thenceforth increasingly in thatBethlehem, 57:light, and walk thenceforth increasingly in that light, for "the path of the just is as the shiningBethlehem, 57:for "the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfectBethlehem, 60:for the task of world Savior. They brought light and revelation to mankind and were sacrificed, inBethlehem, 60:processions of candles to symbolize the growing light; of (8) Lent, or the arrival of Spring; ofBethlehem, 65:in the Bible and in tradition, we can throw much light on the episode itself and unveil some of itsBethlehem, 66:this connection two verses in the Bible convey light upon His task and its preparation. IsaiahBethlehem, 69:sacrament. Some secret revelation, sweetness, light, Waits to waylay the wrestler in the night. InBethlehem, 73:But when suffering is seen in its true light and dedicated to divinity, it can be used as anBethlehem, 92:as He was the Father of Christ. It was the light which He came to show and which He saw alsoBethlehem, 92:all, enjoining upon us that we should let that light shine forth. (St. Matt., V, 16.) He challengedBethlehem, 93:point where we became aware of a new world of light and of being. Through the process of thatBethlehem, 98:of the symbols employed would throw much light upon reality. Bethlehem, 103:via dolorosa, but it was illumined always by the light of His soul and by the recognition of theBethlehem, 103:to prepare ourselves for initiation. Then the light is shed on the distant vision, and we catch aBethlehem, 103:catch a fleeting glimpse of our goal. Next the light is shed upon ourselves, and we get a vision ofBethlehem, 104:are studying, each of which marks an increase of light which shines upon our way and develops thatBethlehem, 104:God's children to say, with Christ: "I am the Light of the World," (St. John, VIII, 12.) and toBethlehem, 104:His command wherein He tells us to "let your light so shine before men that they may see." (St.Bethlehem, 104:men that they may see." (St. Matt., V, 16.) This light, in its seven stages, reveals God - God inBethlehem, 104:the first faint glimpse (with his dim inner light) of the infinite possibility lying ahead. HeBethlehem, 104:a glimpse of God, and from that minute the light from God waxed more and more intense. There is anBethlehem, 104:first of our humanity to emerge into the very Light of God Himself. St. Paul perhaps touched thisBethlehem, 104:this legend is true or not, Christ entered into light because He was light; and the history of manBethlehem, 104:or not, Christ entered into light because He was light; and the history of man has been a graduallyBethlehem, 104:radiance is everywhere to be found. In this light, inherent and divine, latent and yet emanatingBethlehem, 106:his consciousness. [106] In the river Jordan the light from Heaven streamed upon the Christ, andBethlehem, 110:in the spirit in which He met it, turning the light of the soul upon it, and resting back upon pastBethlehem, 113:extremities of human existence - good and evil, light and dark, life and form, spirit and matter,Bethlehem, 115:of the higher nature, or through the clear light of divinity. This, all disciples have everBethlehem, 116:he handles or not, as the case may be, by the light of conscience. For the disciple, the detailBethlehem, 118:as yet though the vision may be, and the light scarcely seen. But the Word is there. Some day eachBethlehem, 119:or mistaken orientations. But once the clear light of the soul is thrown into it, this miasma ofBethlehem, 124:Self; touched and enkindled with the spiritual light of that higher self, yet full of dismay andBethlehem, 126:of God and of the soul, not only the clear cool light of the intellect, illumined by the intuition,Bethlehem, 144:of love and the understanding of goodwill and light which Christ radiated upon the mount ofBethlehem, 146:may escape Than in effecting entry for a light Supposed to be without." - Paracelsus, by RobertBethlehem, 148:of a subjective world whose characteristics are light, radiance, beauty and indescribable wonder.Bethlehem, 150:as the Sun, and his raiment was white as the light. "And behold, there appeared unto them Moses andBethlehem, 151:of the mystics of all time to the revelation of light. This episode is the first one in which weBethlehem, 151:one in which we contact the radiance and the light which shone from the Savior, and which enabledBethlehem, 151:which enabled Him to say with truth "I am the Light of the world." Contact with God will ever causeBethlehem, 151:the world." Contact with God will ever cause a light to shine forth. When Moses came down fromBethlehem, 151:to shield that radiance from others. But the light which was in Christ shone forth in fullness fromBethlehem, 151:to a deeper understanding of the significance of light in relation to humanity. We talk of theBethlehem, 151:of light in relation to humanity. We talk of the light of knowledge, and towards that light and itsBethlehem, 151:talk of the light of knowledge, and towards that light and its furtherance all of our educationalBethlehem, 151:are consecrated. We desire profoundly the light of understanding, which expresses itself in wisdom,Bethlehem, 151:the sage and the wise upon earth; this light marks them off from the ordinarily intelligent person,Bethlehem, 151:behind the scenes in world affairs, shedding the light when needed into the dark places of theBethlehem, 151:elucidating problems, and eventually bringing to light that which must be eradicated and that whichBethlehem, 151:is needed. We have also learnt to recognize the Light-bearers of all time, and we feel that inBethlehem, 151:of all time, and we feel that in Christ the light of the ages is focused, and the light of God isBethlehem, 151:Christ the light of the ages is focused, and the light of God is centered. His disciples came intoBethlehem, 151:His disciples came into the radius of this light for the first time on the mountain-top, after sixBethlehem, 151:to be there." Yet in our consideration of the light which was in Christ, and the rapture of theBethlehem, 151:He Himself tells us that there is in us also a light, and that it too must blaze forth for theBethlehem, 152:is in [152] Heaven. (St. Matt., V, 16.) To this light the mystics testify, and it is this lightBethlehem, 152:this light the mystics testify, and it is this light into which they enter, and which enters intoBethlehem, 152:enter, and which enters into them, revealing the light which is latent and drawing it forth toBethlehem, 152:latent and drawing it forth to potency. "In Thy light shall we see light." This is the outstandingBethlehem, 152:it forth to potency. "In Thy light shall we see light." This is the outstanding fact of scientificBethlehem, 152:outstanding fact of scientific mysticism. God is light as well as life. This the mystic has proved,Bethlehem, 152:acts, his kindness, his spirit of enquiry, his light-heartedness in difficulty, and his basicBethlehem, 152:perfected sons of God. The radiant inner body of light is present both in the individual and in theBethlehem, 153:the "servant of the sun," the server of the light; in that significance the whole duty and purposeBethlehem, 155:had believed." (II Tim., I, 12.) They saw the light which shone in the Person of Jesus Christ, andBethlehem, 159:occurring events, God has been glorified by the light, ineffable and effulgent, shining forthBethlehem, 160:appears to them illuminated by a supernatural light and glory, and a voice intimates that he is theBethlehem, 163:will bring forth into clearer and more radiant light the wonder and glory which lies, unrevealed as
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