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

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Psychology1, 384:eventually, a system of groupings within one national border or one empire, and yet with anPsychology1, 389:in its diversified religions and in the national aptitude for idealistic organization; the secondPsychology1, 392:in contradistinction to the many separative national lines. Thus the [393] underlying patterns forPsychology1, 399:and hold, and also to preserve their racial and national integrity, are their outstandingPsychology1, 405:affects every human being. The cyclic ray. The national ray. All of these control the personalityPsychology1, 429:The rays that govern any particular cycle. The national ray, or that ray influence which isPsychology2, 86:material incentive and the spiritual impulse, national [87] patriotism and the world ideal,Psychology2, 130:right handling of the youth of any nation and national group. Service is, par excellence, thePsychology2, 195:of cohesive action which demonstrates as tribal, national or racial unity. In this case, however,Psychology2, 236:and prematurely enforced. All moves towards national and world synthesis are good and right, butPsychology2, 316:quality of past karma, and the present family, national and racial inherited characteristics. As wePsychology2, 516:the ardent and oft noisy psychology of the great national movements and experiments, going on todayPsychology2, 631:eventually supersede them. There is no form of national experiment which is not based on some suchPsychology2, 635:are the ones who have the controlling vote in national affairs. They are today swept byPsychology2, 640:seemed to offer a refuge. Leaders - both national and religious - are everywhere attempting to dealPsychology2, 640:activity by some ideal for human, racial and national betterment. Sincerity and insincerity, hatredPsychology2, 642:organizations, groups, parties, religions and national experiments. This has led to what appears toPsychology2, 643:of mutual interrelation, and who sees no racial, national or religious barriers, is a member of thePsychology2, 644:opinion, based on a good will which knows no national or racial barriers or religious differences.Psychology2, 653:problems which are those of beautifying the national life, by the production of order,Psychology2, 653:of the entire people, excepting no part of the national life. Second, the prime importance of eachPsychology2, 654:political rivalries and the selfish, individual, national ambitions. The providing of adequatePsychology2, 654:deduction and the opposed selfishness of national and monied interests. The term "monied interests"Psychology2, 655:public opinion and foster mutual good will and national, religious and economic interdependence.Psychology2, 657:body and not the good of certain sections of the national life or of certain nations at the expensePsychology2, 659:They seek to teach also the fact that the many national, religious and social experiments are onlyPsychology2, 663:of their objectives, expressed irrespective of national boundaries, racial distinctions andPsychology2, 665:and dedicated souls, but personal ambition and national and religious prejudices, still governPsychology2, 671:Such is the general situation, with certain national differences of no major importance in thePsychology2, 671:of the basic problem. The well-being of the national life may be sensed and desired, but thePsychology2, 671:sensed and desired, but the integration of that national life into the greater whole of humanity -Psychology2, 671:by one party upon another party in public, national or political life, or of one group of thinkersPsychology2, 672:is a just and right sufficiency for all? How can national differences be healed and racial hatredsPsychology2, 673:of rulers or the downfall of any political or national party. It calls for intelligent andPsychology2, 674:of harmony. There must be no interference with national preferences and programs, and no belittlingPsychology2, 674:preferences and programs, and no belittling of national governments, no matter what they may be. NoPsychology2, 674:or group, and no criticism of any leader or national activity. Such old methods have long beenPsychology2, 674:fighting for some political party, some form of national government, some religious, [675] socialPsychology2, 680:upon any ruler, any form of government, or any national activity. "Hatred ceaseth not by hatred;Psychology2, 680:Racial hatreds, religious differences, and national ambitions are to be ignored by this balancingPsychology2, 681:through their past inclination, by enforced national discipline, by heredity, or by force ofPsychology2, 682:which tends to heal world differences and national quarrels, to work for a better understandingPsychology2, 715:need as best they may, with playing parts in the national dramas, or with persistently working inPsychology2, 729:their respective nations along the lines of national destiny. The period of intensive and seeminglyPsychology2, 729:is understandable. But the time of the great national readjustments must soon end, and thePsychology2, 733:in every land with the forces of construction - national, religious and economic - can change thePsychology2, 733:purpose into the fabric of the individual and national life. We have here presented to us two modesPsychology2, 739:any one school of thought, political creed, or national government. It finds them in all andPsychology2, 747:the issues involved in any situation (personal, national or international) and then enable us toPsychology2, 748:will not recognize if you are full of racial, national or religious prejudice. Put these people inPsychology2, 749:has in it the seeds of trouble for any ruler or national government. Keep constantly in touch withRays, 100:process of ending karma; it is individual and national karma which brings a man back into aRays, 499:desire for peace may be based on individual or national selfishness, or upon a true desire to see aRays, 595:her rulers. The existence of a closed mind on a national scale is dangerous in the extreme, just asRays, 596:the year 1900. Such words as Fascism, Communism, National Socialism, Socialism as the BritishRays, 624:hundred years have confused racial issues and national ambitions. Races are basically subjective,Rays, 625:this in turn must not be confused with the outer national groupings and aims. Italy also isRays, 626:conditioned by its historical tradition, its national emphases, and its developed habits of thoughtRays, 626:and destroying old forms and producing intense national friction in all groups and parties. OneRays, 627:their increasing penetration in municipal and national politics. The quality of the BritishRays, 632:also seeking to blend and unite into one great national project many diverse nations and races -Rays, 679:the individual angle and also from that of the national angle. It is everywhere realized that theRays, 679:it is the totalitarian policies of the national rulers which are so disastrous, plus their ambitionRays, 681:groups of unillumined men who seek to control national destinies. There is still emotional reactionRays, 682:their "spiritual intention" is determined; also national glamor is well recognized by onlookers,Rays, 683:is the result of dedication to a particular national set-up and produces the glamors which lead toRays, 744:that according to the locale of birth, the national mode of schooling and the nature of theRays, 744:national mode of schooling and the nature of the national propaganda, so will be the chosenRays, 747:constitute a triangle of schemes undergoing national and political experiments in differentReappearance, 21:a cycle or period of conferences - communal, national and international - and of men gettingReappearance, 91:by his point in evolution, his racial and national background, his tradition and his religious andReappearance, 91:eventually to a definite reorganization of the national or planetary life. Their effects will beReappearance, 113:itself in human affairs - individual, communal, national, and international. Nothing has everReappearance, 166:on material greed, on ancient tradition and national prejudices). They must then employ such skillReappearance, 174:and grabbed for selfish individual or national ends. Of this, the World War (1914-1945) is theReappearance, 184:they may, with playing parts of importance in national dramas, or with working persistently in theReappearance, 185:needed sacrifices and are willing to sink their national, religious and organizational differencesTelepathy, 196:hour - particularly during the phase of group, national or world crisis. When he does this within
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