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

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Patanjali, 402:two main lines of evolution, that which concerns matter and form, and that which concerns the soul,Patanjali, 403:is that (given the one basic substance, spirit-matter) we weave it into forms by our own thoughtPatanjali, 404:in exactly the same way, "Things" or forms of matter do exist; they are created or in process ofPatanjali, 406:the high way of the soul, or the low way of matter? Am I in a transition period, wherein myPatanjali, 411:the soul, as the intermediary between spirit and matter. The soul is ever aware of this condition;Patanjali, 428:modifications of the mind stuff (or qualities of matter), through the inherent nature of the threePatanjali, 428:becomes possible when the three qualities of matter (the three gunas or potencies of nature) noPatanjali, xiii:there is a good deal of controversy upon this matter. Most of the occidental authorities ascribe aPatanjali, xiii:who may be supposed to know something about the matter, ascribe a very much earlier date, even asProblems, 10:seek and demand the best for themselves, no matter what the cost to others; they regard this as aProblems, 11:Britisher or a German are easily recognized, no matter where they may be. This recognition is notProblems, 44:lives) that humanity is one and that all men, no matter what the color of their skin or the countryProblems, 47:to find in schoolrooms or in homes, for that matter. This atmosphere of love is not an emotional,Problems, 61:when boys and girls are taught that it does not matter whether a man is an Asiatic, an American, aProblems, 61:taught that religious differences are largely a matter of birth; that if a man is born in Italy,Problems, 61:of students a real sense of responsibility; no matter what he has to teach - history, geography,Problems, 63:a complete triple integration. All, however, no matter what their initial capacity, can be trainedProblems, 73:stockholders and by the realization that, no matter what they do - fight or resign - the situationProblems, 97:get the best of everything available, no matter what the cost to others, to cling to their ownProblems, 100:set the Jew apart, and these he enforces no matter how obsolete they are or inconvenient to others.Problems, 109:groups which people that continent? Or will the matter be settled by an understanding farsightedProblems, 119:problems possible. When men of goodwill meet, no matter what their political party, nation orProblems, 120:by groups working for their own ends, no matter how honestly, correctly or sincerely. It would, ifProblems, 120:recognized and used, world problems, no matter what they may be, will in due time reach solution;Problems, 130:the Catholic Church have not built for peace, no matter under what guise they are presented. AProblems, 170:by the blind following of any ideology, no matter how good it may seem to those conditioned by it;Psychology1 Esoteric Psychology I - Foreword Foreword "Matter is the Vehicle for the manifestation of Soul onPsychology1, 8:soul." It is the sound, producing an effect in matter, which a particular ray may make. This is inPsychology1, 13:the soul is so closely identified with the matter aspect that it sees no distinction, but is thePsychology1, 13:his essential duality; he knows he is spirit-matter, is form-life, and is the soul inPsychology1, 14:with life-expression, through the medium of matter-form. The highest unity will be cognized onlyPsychology1, 15:Oneness and of Unity. It has nevertheless been a matter of shifting the focus of attentionPsychology1, 16:between the pairs of opposites, spirit and matter. I speak not here of the pairs of opposites ofPsychology1, 17:enunciated by that great disciple, H.P.B., that "matter is spirit at the lowest point of its cyclicPsychology1, 17:point of its cyclic activity" and "spirit is matter on the seventh plane," or the highest, will bePsychology1, 17:which spiritualizes by its inherent life all matter-forms. A grub or worm working out its littlePsychology1, 17:the relation between, Father-Spirit and Mother-Matter produces eventually a third, which is thePsychology1, 17:first existed the two divine aspects, Spirit-Matter, or matter impregnated with life, and it wasPsychology1, 17:the two divine aspects, Spirit-Matter, or matter impregnated with life, and it was only when thesePsychology1, 17:The esotericist, however, regards Spirit-Matter as the first unity, and the Son therefore is thePsychology1, 17:This Son, Who is divine Life incarnate in matter, and consequently the producer [18] of thePsychology1, 18:word Appearance to express that which we call matter, or form, or objective expression; it is thatPsychology1, 18:friction - a friction brought about by life and matter and their interplay, and producing changePsychology1, 18:brought into being by the relation of spirit and matter. This interplay produces that psychologicalPsychology1, 19:have consequently a sevenfold effect upon the matter and forms to be found in all parts of thePsychology1, 20:vortex of energy had been set up. Spirit and matter became mutually interactive and the form orPsychology1, 23:Intelligence. His work is more closely linked to matter and He works in cooperation with the LordPsychology1, 23:the solar system, and through the medium of matter (which beneficently obstructs and hinders) HePsychology1, 31:is produced through the interplay of life with matter. This, when posited of man, the reflection ofPsychology1, 31:the evolutionary process, between spirit and matter. That man, being a synthesis (and the onlyPsychology1, 35:- Mutability, conscious response to radiation. Matter. Self-Consciousness - Responsiveness.Psychology1, 36:the Son of the Father and of the Mother (Spirit-Matter) and is therefore the embodied life of God,Psychology1, 40:God, the product of the marriage of spirit and matter. The soul is an expression of the mind ofPsychology1, 42:of God, the product of the union of spirit and matter. The soul is an embodiment of conscious mind,Psychology1, 44:play of the divine will on the ocean of space, matter, or etheric substance produced the firstPsychology1, 44:first ray, and the impact of that stream on the matter of space insured that the hidden purpose ofPsychology1, 46:seek the satisfaction of desire. The Mother or matter meets the desire and is attracted also by thePsychology1, 47:by the addition of a quality inherent in matter itself, - the quality or Ray of IntelligentPsychology1, 49:for there is much misunderstanding on this matter. Each of the great rays has a form of teachingPsychology1, 54:result of the bringing together of spirit and matter exists as an entity apart from the bodyPsychology1, 55:of the initial union of spirit and matter which brought the world into being. A human soul is thusPsychology1, 60:and Heavenly Men have the task of wrestling with matter in order to subjugate it to divine purpose,Psychology1, 61:Commentary says) holding firmly to the rock of matter and with the other hand plunged into a sea ofPsychology1, 61:puts it thus: "When the right hand of the man of matter grasps the flower of life and plucks it forPsychology1, 61:in emptiness. "When the right hand of the man of matter grasps the golden lotus of the soul, thePsychology1, 68:to time, to space, to the manifested Logos, to matter and to the "power which evokes the form." IfPsychology1, 72:low. Quality - power to penetrate the depths of matter. Champion desire. Give what is needed to thePsychology1, 73:and determine expression, but where the matter utilized and the vehicle informed is as yetPsychology1, 89:with things concrete and with the functioning of matter and form from the lowest plane to thePsychology1, 92:in the soul can be posited as being largely a matter of temperament, of the wish and desire of thePsychology1, 94:with it and is lost? Is there nothing but matter or energies in constant movement which produce thePsychology1, 98:from that of subjective being and of more subtle matter. The growth also of etheric vision and thePsychology1, 102:three types and which comes from that state of matter which we call the mental plane - a light inPsychology1, 111:student who may claim to be informed on the matter, be he who he may? You cannot prove him right orPsychology1, 111:and to meditation. What is taught should matter. The aspects of truth which I present to yourPsychology1, 113:in group formation all over the world, no matter where its units may be; it is the body of teachingPsychology1, 117:to be employed later by the Hierarchy. In this matter (as in all else in the spiritual life) thePsychology1, 118:the rays. I have felt the need to write on this matter for the following reasons: 1. ModernPsychology1, 120:science knows much about the outer form, or matter aspect, and its electrical nature. EsotericPsychology1, 123:first ether, with all that is composed of that matter, will be recognized scientific fact, and thePsychology1, 124:the ethers, as he now utilizes physical plane matter for his various needs. They will enable humanPsychology1, 125:be recognized as being strictly physical plane matter. Therefore when in sickness men shall call aPsychology1, 126:clairvoyantly and clairaudiently find that all matter sounds, all matter pulsates, and all matterPsychology1, 126:clairaudiently find that all matter sounds, all matter pulsates, and all matter has its own color.Psychology1, 126:all matter sounds, all matter pulsates, and all matter has its own color. Each human being canPsychology1, 127:- as the synthesis - manifests as indigo. This matter of the rays and their colors is confusing toPsychology1, 130:of the higher stages. The soul is that factor in matter (or rather that which emerges out of thePsychology1, 130:emerges out of the contact between spirit and matter) which produces sentient response and what wePsychology1, 130:within" which is characteristic of all forms. Matter, per se, and in its undifferentiated state,Psychology1, 131:relatively unresponsive and unconscious, as is matter in its early stages in the formative process.Psychology1, 131:a third light, but the fanning of the light of matter and the light of the soul into a greaterPsychology1, 132:be found in all atoms of radiatory and vibratory matter or substance, which compose all forms inPsychology1, 133:these seven senses contact with the world of matter and of spirit becomes possible. The sevenPsychology1, 134:kingdoms, producing the response, therefore, of matter to spirit, and bringing about thePsychology1, 149:This theory recognizes no so-called inorganic matter anywhere in the universe, and emphasizes thePsychology1, 156:I know not, nor may I further enlarge upon the matter. But the wonder and the immensity of thePsychology1, 156:awareness. Step by step we are mastering matter and making more adequate the mechanism of awarenessPsychology1, 168:universal substance and caused every atom of matter within the "ring-pass-not" of His system toPsychology1, 169:is of course gradually built up of particles of matter belonging to the same quality and type asPsychology1, 178:which lies behind the veil of ignorance and matter. You will note that so strenuous is the work of
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