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

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Astrology, 235:It will involve the aid and conclusions of the medical profession in order to give the needed wise,Atom, 40:by Sir Clifford Allbut, President of the British Medical , as reported in the LiteraryAtom, 49:fundamentally altered. The point of view of the medical world, for instance, will be changed, andAtom, 60:long ago, several of the leading members of the medical profession in a large Middle West city wereAutobiography, 6:the last eight years I have been kept alive by medical science, but - and this is one thing aboutAutobiography, 43:between us appeared. My sister chose to take a medical degree and after some months of coachingAutobiography, 53:to go to Edinburgh University and work for her medical degree and I was immediately faced with theAutobiography, 186:was that at nineteen his father took him into a medical museum and showed him some of the resultsDiscipleship2, 524:should go and what they will state. Take proper medical help, brother of mine. Take time to get theDiscipleship2, 592:philanthropic enterprises and the great medical expansions, and which today is seeping into worldExternalisation, 625:their duty. Into philanthropic, educational and medical work. All of this has been exceedingly goodFire, 78:body lies hid (for scientists and those of the medical profession) a fuller comprehension of theFire, 89:effect and not having yet ascertained the cause. Medical men are beginning to study (blindly asFire, 474:he is now accustomed. The center of attention of medical and scientific students will be focused onFire, 474:recognized. This will change the attitude of the medical profession, and magnetic healing andFire, 645:Man is coming into contact with them along medical lines and beginning somewhat to recognize them.Fire, 811:thought of the age: (1) A readjustment of the medical knowledge of man, resulting in a truerFire, 811:the body. It is essential that in days to come medical men should realize that disease in theFire, 811:duly apprehended. This revelation will come when medical men accept this [812] teaching as aFire, 812:of physical existence. It will come when the medical profession concentrates upon preventativeFire, 812:and the subtler bodies is a fact established in medical circles, then will the right treatment ofFire, 1068:be called the perpetuation of the form. Medical science today strains every effort to retain lifeFire, 1068:In course of time and with more knowledge, true medical science will become purely preventative. ItHealing, 9:of Disease This is the problem with which all medical practice down the ages has wrestled. In ourHealing, 9:recognition on the part of the best minds in the medical and allied professions, that in theHealing, 27:out that my purpose and intent is not to write a medical treatise. I shall not, therefore, dealHealing, 28:of all this the indebtedness of mankind to the medical profession is great, and the serviceHealing, 29:to point out, therefore, that my avoidance of medical technicalities will be deliberate, though weHealing, 40:work of a magnetic healer, and also be a trained medical man or surgeon. Much of the healing nowHealing, 42:should be done from the standpoint of modern medical and surgical science and the allied sciencesHealing, 48:psychologist and the endocrinologist that the medical profession can take on a new expression ofHealing, 62:the psychologist and in a lesser degree to the medical man, is the growth of homosexuality, bothHealing, 64:But that they exist is of real interest to the medical profession and a subject of deep pity andHealing, 68:this, I am not reflecting critically upon the medical profession. The money-grasping specialist andHealing, 68:overboard all the old, losing much thereby. The medical profession has one of the greatest and mostHealing, 77:individual and basic note or notes. The new medical science will be outstandingly built upon theHealing, 84:Causes of Disease Much is said today in modern medical investigation anent the "imbalance" of theHealing, 100:These are fully covered in any ordinary medical treatise and textbook and I, my brothers, am noHealing, 100:and I, my brothers, am no trained physician or medical authority, nor have I the time to beHealing, 105:all healers are trained to keep, and even the medical profession on the physical plane follows theHealing, 107:now in process of changing. The whole trend of medical science should now be awake to the concreteHealing, 108:plexus in the abdomen. You see, therefore, how medical science must eventually seek solution in aHealing, 110:dangerous subject until such time as a sound medical, surgical and neurological training of aHealing, 135:terms and the academic attitudes of the medical sciences. They would but serve to confuse, and myHealing, 136:his body. The basic theory upon which the new medical teaching will rest can best be summed up inHealing, 190:during the next two centuries, dominate modern medical science, except in the category of thoseHealing, 196:attention from healers and from enlightened medical men in the New Age. When this relationshipHealing, 196:recognized, we shall see a great revolution in medical and psychiatric methods. Experience willHealing, 204:but they have (as is suspected by the orthodox medical science) a most potent effect upon the wholeHealing, 205:at the present time (I refer not here to the medical profession but to the multitude of the manyHealing, 208:consequently lay down the premise (one which the medical profession will later accept in itsHealing, 213:the thyroid gland, but to date, naturally, the medical profession does not admit that they areHealing, 218:you will have trouble; I have suggested that the medical profession in the New Age will dealHealing, 220:will be the first to cooperate [220] with the medical profession and to demonstrate the relation ofHealing, 220:definite changes in the ductless glands that the medical profession will be convinced of theHealing, 220:of the trained disciple with the trained medical man (particularly with the open-mindedHealing, 234:only by sound treatment and the discoveries of medical science, but because the race - as itHealing, 237:and Effect - will deal with the criminal through medical means, right environmental conditions, andHealing, 254:hospitals in which the four phases of this one medical and remedial work will proceed side by sideHealing, 255:proven before it can be incorporated in the medical curriculum and method; the risks to the humanHealing, 270:that have been so ably ascertained by orthodox medical science. We have been for some timeHealing, 270:approach. I have indicated that medicine and medical treatments of the future will start with thisHealing, 270:their prime determination. The factual nature of medical discovery is not disowned by me. I seek toHealing, 270:program to ignore the wise discoveries of modern medical science, nor am I [271] on the side ofHealing, 271:I want to indicate the trend of future medical research, which will be to seek for the seat of theHealing, 271:healing, though the ordinary, ameliorative, medical or surgical methods will not be withheld. It isHealing, 272:and general assumptions which will govern the medical men of the future. But in the interim periodHealing, 272:pigs." The surest and least speculative field in medical practice is that which is concerned withHealing, 273:recognized. The shift of the attention of the medical profession will then be away from the outer,Healing, 276:to the student of the advanced occult theories. Medical men in the New Age will eventually knowHealing, 276:be far simpler and less complicated than present medical science. Today, medicine has reached suchHealing, 278:to do is to indicate the lines along which medical research will trend during the next two hundredHealing, 279:they ignore the beneficent aspects of developed medical science. They thus attempt to throwHealing, 280:of the human body, their attack on existent medical practices (even of proven value), and theirHealing, 280:them under the attack of the rigidly orthodox medical practitioners and of the fundamentalistsHealing, 281:warned you) with the symptoms of disease, with medical diagnosis or with systems of appliedHealing, 282:or of soul control. These are facts which the medical profession must grasp, and when it does aHealing, 282:what I say. This is again a needed repetition. Medical science, through its study of the nervousHealing, 283:the idea correctly that energy follows thought, medical science would have greatly benefited. ItsHealing, 284:an esoteric nature, it is essential that sound medical practices of an orthodox kind accompany theHealing, 285:the casualties of science, and particularly of medical science, in the early days of modernHealing, 286:hands of a reputable physician for diagnosis and medical care during the time that the occultHealing, 286:and should be determined by careful, orthodox medical diagnosis. The age of the patient, his birthHealing, 297:disease. Wise action along the lines of orthodox medical procedure. The assistance of a healingHealing, 309:will prove), then the observations of the medical world will need to be readjusted to the facts.Healing, 314:of fevers, much is known by the orthodox medical profession, and this knowledge will suffice untilHealing, 316:regarded by the orthodox psychiatrist and medical man as forms of insanity; yet they are not trulyHealing, 319:and the process has come to be recognized by the medical profession and the scientific students ofHealing, 320:symptoms, a technical name will be given by the medical [ 321] profession. The originating cause isHealing, 338:The study of the glands has somewhat helped, but medical science must go a step further and relateHealing, 375:surgery, modern sanitary methods, and modern medical science are full of wonder and usefulness.Healing, 381:today, the focusing of all the resources of medical and surgical science on behalf of the fightingHealing, 382:to districts suffering hitherto from inadequate medical attention, stamp it out altogether. TheHealing, 383:of occult research remains to be done by the medical profession along these lines, but this willHealing, 479:to what has already been ascertained by medical science anent the symptoms, the localities and theHealing, 480:frequently, and to lessen the reactions of pain. Medical science and surgical skill have advance byHealing, 480:may say, or even those who have no use for the medical profession and prefer some cult or some ofHealing, 480:reason that these newer approaches exist is that medical science has made such progress that it hasHealing, 480:into its own. I prefer to define this phase of medical [481] application as the organization ofHealing, 481:years. I am not concerned with the abolition of medical treatment, nor am I concerned with
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