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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - MAGIC
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Healing, 442:of Restitution Fear of Death A Treatise on White Magic: The fear of death is based upon: A terrorHealing, 444:around ourselves. - Vol. V. A Treatise on White Magic: But people are apt to forget that everyHealing, 446:- Vol. II, page 173. A Treatise on White Magic: I speak about Death as one who knows the matterHealing, 453:Restitution The Art of Dying A Treatise on White Magic: The soul, seated in the heart, is the lifeHealing, 457:- The Process of Restitution A Treatise on White Magic: In relation to the technique of dying, itHealing, 712:must meet and blend and thus the work of magic can proceed. Substance and spirit must evoke eachHercules, 49:These have been dignified by the name of sex magic, and in the sexual orgasm, deliberately induced,Hercules, 152:aspects of the personality. Scorpio, the Sign of Magic Magic does not mean doing curious things:Hercules, 152:of the personality. Scorpio, the Sign of Magic Magic does not mean doing curious things: true magicHercules, 152:Magic does not mean doing curious things: true magic is the expression of the soul through theHercules, 152:the soul through the medium of the form. Black magic is the use of form in order to gain what weHercules, 152:order to gain what we want for the form. Black magic is unadulterated selfishness. White magic isHercules, 152:Black magic is unadulterated selfishness. White magic is use of the soul for purposes of humanHercules, 152:the personality. Why is Scorpio the sign of magic? An ancient book says: "Virgo is the witch, sheInitiation, 47:abstract idealism. The ray of ceremonial law or magic, just as the three departmental headsInitiation, 58:R. is upon the seventh Ray, that of Ceremonial Magic or Order, and he works largely throughInitiation, 80:Idealism The Devotee. 7th Ray Incantation Magic Ritual The Ritualist. [81] Remember carefully thatInitiation, 160:In them lies hidden the secret of the true magic, and in their comprehension will come to the manInitiation, 182:in of the present Ray of Ceremonial Law or Magic. It is the ray that deals with the building forcesInitiation, 221:made flesh, or rendered objective through divine magic. A form of words or syllables rhythmicallyInitiation, 224:Idealism or Devotion. The Ray of Ceremonial Magic, or Law. The above names are simply some chosenMagic A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks INTRODUCTORY REMARKS In the study of the ideasMagic, 4: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Our theme is to be that of the Magic of the Soul,Magic, 4:Remarks Our theme is to be that of the Magic of the Soul, and the key thought, underlying all thatMagic, 5:To do this we will take the Fifteen Rules for Magic to be found in my earlier book, entitled AMagic, 6: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Three types of people will respond to this book.Magic, 8: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks II. The second postulate grows out of the firstMagic, 10: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Before we take up our subject it might be ofMagic, 12: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks 3. Psychic. There are two types of the aboveMagic, 14: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks 5. Knowledge might be divided into threeMagic, 16: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks In some of our considerations, speculation mustMagic, 18: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Man's Three Aspects One of the main means wherebyMagic, 20: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The three aspects of divinity, the centralMagic, 23: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks a. Spirit, Life, Energy The word spirit isMagic, 25: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks To the Master of the Wisdom, the nature of theMagic, 28: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The first reaction of the average student onMagic, 29: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Man knows himself to be a living being and callsMagic, 31: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Therefore let us remember that the definition ofMagic, 33: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks b. The Soul, the Mediator or Middle PrincipleMagic, 34: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The soul, macrocosmic and microcosmic, universalMagic, 39: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The soul therefore may be regarded as the unifiedMagic, 41: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks c. The Body, the Phenomenal Appearance Not muchMagic, 44: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The vital body is the expression of the soulMagic, 46: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The different types of force can all beMagic, 47: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks In narrowing the concept down to the microcosm,Magic, 51: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - Some Basic Assumptions RULE ONE The Solar Angel collectsMagic, 54: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - Some Basic Assumptions In our consideration of these rules,Magic, 55:Also, let it not be forgotten that once the magic of the soul is grasped by the personality, thatMagic, 56: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - Some Basic Assumptions In studying Rule I we couldMagic, 57:his physical brain. It is stated also that white magic Works from above downwards. Is the result ofMagic, 57:a white magician. Therefore workers in white magic are invariably, and through the very nature ofMagic, 58: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - Some Basic Assumptions The above is a brief analysis of theMagic, 58:above is a brief analysis of the first rule for magic and I would like to suggest that in theMagic, 58:and that the student is started in his study of magic with a brief understanding of the pastMagic, 60: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple The Way of the Disciple The whiteMagic, 60:higher impression. We must remember that while magic works from above downwards, and is the resultMagic, 61:it will be apparent why workers in white magic are ever advanced and spiritual men, for theMagic, 62: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple This brings me to the considerationMagic, 64: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple Much more could be said on thisMagic, 67: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple It is of course of vital interestMagic, 71: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study RULE TWO When the shadowMagic, 74: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study The life of meditationMagic, 76: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study Our consideration of thisMagic, 79:disturbance which militate against any work of a magic nature. The amount of force required toMagic, 79: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study The climax of the disturbedMagic, 82: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study Every change, in human life,Magic, 84: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Overcoming of the Hindrances The Overcoming of theMagic, 86: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Overcoming of the Hindrances Thus, again, we have aMagic, 88: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Overcoming of the Hindrances As the man seeks to reachMagic, 90: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Soul Light and Body Light RULE THREE The EnergyMagic, 90:Soul Light and Body Light In these Rules for Magic, the laws of creative work are embodied and theMagic, 94: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Soul Light and Body Light This thought form, created byMagic, 96:of light, as we have seen from our Rules for Magic, and that has its focus at the point in theMagic, 96: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Soul Light and Body Light 3. The period wherein he soundsMagic, 98: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Soul Light and Body Light So it is with the humanMagic, 101: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Soul Light and Body Light Thus humanity serves, and inMagic, 103: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Soul Light and Body Light Let harmlessness, therefore, beMagic, 104:Lodge. We are dealing with the methods of white magic. Let me remind you also, that the magicalMagic, 105: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Soul Light and Body Light Let us now consider the wordsMagic, 107: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Soul Light and Body Light Students must remember that itMagic, 109: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Principles and Personalities Principles and PersonalitiesMagic, 112: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Principles and Personalities With average advanced men,Magic, 113: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Principles and Personalities As regards the action ofMagic, 116: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Principles and Personalities A principle is that whichMagic, 119: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Three - Principles and Personalities c. Still higher principlesMagic, 121: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound RULE FOUR Sound, light,Magic, 126:necessary recollection is that the worker in magic and the potent entity wielding these forces mustMagic, 126:consummation. You ask, whether workers in black magic possess not an equal power? I answer, no.Magic, 127: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound Four words stand forth as oneMagic, 128: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound I would like to interpolateMagic, 130: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound Several things are apparent atMagic, 132: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound Third: This brings me to theMagic, 134: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound Fifth: Certain dangers whichMagic, 136: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound Present day troubles areMagic, 139: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound The Great Ones look to see theMagic, 140: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound To resume our consideration ofMagic, 144: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound The second word of importanceMagic, 145: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Creative Work of Sound We have touched upon two wordsMagic, 149: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Science of the Breath The Science of the Breath Now weMagic, 151: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Four - The Science of the Breath In the experience of the soul,
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