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

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Psychology2, 72:mind, so that it can "hold itself steady in the light", and the development of a cultured rightPsychology2, 77:phrases should be studied, as they throw a light upon the various stages from different angles: ThePsychology2, 77:through desire, to work his way from darkness to light, from ignorance to knowledge, from thePsychology2, 78:or vehicles. A form or forms. Emergence into light, a symbolic way of expressing the reverse ofPsychology2, 83:here tabulated anent the rays) then some further light can intelligibly be thrown upon the naturePsychology2, 84:glory pass away and the beauty of the inner Light reveal the One. Let dissonance give place toPsychology2, 84:to harmony, and from the center of the hidden Light, let the soul speak: Let the word roll forth:Psychology2, 84:let the soul look out upon an inner world of light divine. Let the word triumphant go forth: 'IPsychology2, 92:not one of the manifesting rays, yet - in the light of the larger cycle - this ray is a majorPsychology2, 98:from the secret place and sought the place of light, and light revealed all that he sought thePsychology2, 98:secret place and sought the place of light, and light revealed all that he sought the least. "HePsychology2, 98:said 'I sought not this. I looked for peace, for light, for scope to serve, to prove my love and toPsychology2, 98:serve, to prove my love and to reveal my power. Light there is none. Peace is not found. Let mePsychology2, 98:forth and cried: 'We suffer here. We seek the light. We need the glory of an entering God. [I canPsychology2, I can:Enter, O Lord, the tomb. Raise us into the light and make the sacrifice. Break down for us thePsychology2, 103:shoots forward like a quivering band of light, and momentarily touches the light that is the Self.Psychology2, 103:band of light, and momentarily touches the light that is the Self. Hence ecstasy and exaltation.Psychology2, 107:to work. Each soul grows into the way of light through service rendered, through experience gained,Psychology2, 112:this law, humanity will act as a transmitter of light, energy and spiritual potency to the subhumanPsychology2, 112:contact with certain greater Lives and Forces of Light, such as the Christ and the Buddha. ThePsychology2, 113:today (who constitute subjectively One Group) light and inspiration and spiritual revelation can bePsychology2, 114:be considered, and are as follows: The Forces of Light and the Spirit of Peace, embodied Lives ofPsychology2, 117:of the magnetic field, and this triangle of light, of living fire, links the three "laya centers."Psychology2, 129:to incite one to service. Let the "Forces of Light" flow through, and the ranks of the worldPsychology2, 130:of this soul law will eventually bring light into a distracted world, and release human energies inPsychology2, 135:a more frequent illumining of the mind by the light of the soul. Thereby the Plan is revealed. ThisPsychology2, 135:revealed. This will not be the shedding of that light upon the plans of the server either for hisPsychology2, 139:functioning. There are today enough centers of light, scattered all over the world, and enoughPsychology2, 139:aspirants, that the little beams or threads of light (speaking symbolically) which radiate fromPsychology2, 139:can meet and interlace, and form a network of light in the world. This constitutes the magneticPsychology2, 148:five divisions of Paradise to the place where light dwells and the Masters of the Wisdom live andPsychology2, 149:us never forget that unless there is a thread of light to act as [150] a channel, that which thisPsychology2, 151:statement that unless there is a thread of light to act as a channel, that which this law conveysPsychology2, 157:willingness, at all costs, to be obedient to the light which is in him and around him. Service andPsychology2, 160:the words of Christ, enjoining men to "let their light shine," he begins to construct the "path ofPsychology2, 160:shine," he begins to construct the "path of light" which leads to the center of life and guides himPsychology2, 160:of life and guides him out of darkness into light, from the unreal to the real, and from death toPsychology2, 162:lies between: Right and wrong, Good and evil, Light and dark, spiritually understood, Prison andPsychology2, 163:that which intrudes and veils the central way of light. For neither on the right nor on the leftPsychology2, 163:or central way which is, for instance, neither light nor dark, and neither love nor hate. We cannotPsychology2, 164:to that. The difference is that between the light of a star, and the light of a steadily waxingPsychology2, 164:is that between the light of a star, and the light of a steadily waxing sun. One reveals the factPsychology2, 167:of a satisfied enquiry. All is removed. The light of summer enters in and the darkened crannies ofPsychology2, 167:in and the darkened crannies of the mind see light... Naught is left but light, and that cannot bePsychology2, 167:of the mind see light... Naught is left but light, and that cannot be used. The eyes are blindedPsychology2, 167:passages of worldly thought. Slowly the torch of light, the fire of right must burn the garneredPsychology2, 167:show their basic usefulness... The seven ways of light must wean away the attention of the ScholarPsychology2, 167:and folds of woven goods, the Weaver sits. No Light can enter [168] where he sits. By the light ofPsychology2, 168:No Light can enter [168] where he sits. By the light of a tiny candle, carried upon the summit ofPsychology2, 168:the Weaver cries aloud, blinded by the sudden light, the sun shines in upon his woven carpet. ItsPsychology2, 168:need... Then weave again, Weaver. Weave in the light of day. Weave, as you see the plan.' " Psychology2, 169:great chord of God was heard. [169] A flood of light poured in. His colors faded out. Around himPsychology2, 169:could be seen, yet in the distance loomed the light of God. He stood between his nether darknessPsychology2, 169:between his nether darkness and the blinding light. His world in ruins lay around. His friends werePsychology2, 169:worker. The key was of pure gold; the shaft of light; upon the key a label, and writ in blue, thesePsychology2, 170:gallery of tribulation and entered [170] into light within the chamber of the king. Build from thePsychology2, 170:which he knew were good, and upon which the light could shine. He struggled towards the chamber ofPsychology2, 170:himself to effort new. The opening dimmed its light. A shutter seemed to close. The vision he hadPsychology2, 170:'Look, deep within, around on every hand. The light is everywhere, within thy heart, in Me, in allPsychology2, 171:found the Follower. 'Lead me and others to the Light,' he cried. The Follower found no words, noPsychology2, 171:found himself a leader, and drew others to the light, - the light that shone on every hand. HePsychology2, 171:a leader, and drew others to the light, - the light that shone on every hand. He worked andPsychology2, 171:uttered words of surety and faith in life, and light and God, in love and understanding... HisPsychology2, 171:he stood with many fellow-players, wide to the light of day. In the far distance stood a mountainPsychology2, 171:the seventh Magician stood. One room was full of light and life and power, of stillness which wasPsychology2, 172:unrevealed before, emerged. And from the room a light shone forth and, by its powers and life,Psychology2, 172:life, forced the Magician to move forward into light, and leave the arch of peril." Psychology2, 172:metrical arrangement, which may throw some light upon the duality of personality and the work to bePsychology2, 172:what we have to do? As we strive to enter into light, let us count no price too great to pay forPsychology2, 174:who has known the prison walls. He passes into light with open eyes, he who for aeons long hasPsychology2, 177:with understanding take this obligation in the light. His eyes are towards the light and notPsychology2, 177:in the light. His eyes are towards the light and not towards desire for contact with the Master.Psychology2, 178:or a group of disciples, are now ready for "more light." The major indication is, however, theirPsychology2, 189:through the pouring in of illumination or of light. When enough groups have been started that havePsychology2, 189:will act as the mediators between the world of light and the world of illusion. They will bePsychology2, 189:the ancient thought-forms. They will release the light and peace which will illumine the astralPsychology2, 197:"linked by a [197] triple thread of golden light" to the New Group of World Servers, and can inPsychology2, 197:and the ability to "hold the mind steady in the light" must be somewhat developed. Some forms ofPsychology2, 198:the throat center, form a "triangle of fiery light". Such is the Way of Group Progress, and whenPsychology2, 200:along a path which will lead it eventually into light and peace. It will find its way into "thePsychology2, 211:do is to give some information which may throw a light on the subject, and color our generalPsychology2, 217:interstellar activity. To develop a station of light, through the medium of the fourth kingdom inPsychology2, 217:systems of which ours is one. This question of light, bound up as it is with the colors of thePsychology2, 221:as well as that which makes an individual man a light-bearer, and which will eventually enablePsychology2, 221:(as a whole) to constitute a station of light upon earth. This quality is the basic cause of allPsychology2, 226:psychological characteristics of divinity: Light, Energy, and Magnetism. In the human being, thePsychology2, 233:the head center, and eventually flooding with light or energy all the centers, thus linking a manPsychology2, 235:each student according to the measure [235] of light which is in him. Let him study what is goingPsychology2, 235:Let him study what is going on around him in the light of the Plan and of the knowledge herePsychology2, 237:come and gone and challenged us to follow the light, to seek the vision of reality, to open ourPsychology2, 248:this faculty, latent in all men. A flash of light breaks through to the aspiring mind; a sense ofPsychology2, 254:its surrounding barriers and to emerge into the light, or whether it is the power of a human beingPsychology2, 261:and if we were in a position to contrast the "light" of humanity as it is today with what it wasPsychology2, 269:the demand of the personality for help and [269] light. The soul acquiesces in the plea of thePsychology2, 269:and those of the "approaching" soul, a "light is engendered which fadeth not away." In these threePsychology2, 270:the personality perfectly blended so that the light blazes forth and the great Approaches betweenPsychology2, 271:transforming their spirit of aspiration into the light of initiation. Psychology2, 271:devil will eventually be seen to be that of the light of God's countenance, which reveals thatPsychology2, 271:renounced, and which thus transforms life by the light that God's nature pours forth. It would bePsychology2, 275:when looked at from this angle, should throw new light and a fresh spirit of enterprise into the
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