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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - NATURE
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Bethlehem, 110:tests, in which the three aspects of the lower nature were involved. They were syntheticBethlehem, 111:which released Him from the power of His human nature. As we study the life of Jesus thisBethlehem, 113:other of God. That which emphasizes our finite nature is of humanity, that which is comprehensiveBethlehem, 115:to God, to the devil and to humanity the nature of His achievement, and how the powers of the lowerBethlehem, 115:His achievement, and how the powers of the lower nature can be overcome by the powers of the soul.Bethlehem, 115:universal tests which are applied to the human nature in which we all share, and with which we allBethlehem, 115:of conscience, from the control of the higher nature, or through the clear light of divinity. This,Bethlehem, 116:all the three aspects of [116] the lower human nature - the physical, the emotional-desire nature,Bethlehem, 116:nature - the physical, the emotional-desire nature, and the mind or mental nature. We read that:Bethlehem, 116:emotional-desire nature, and the mind or mental nature. We read that: "When he had fasted fortyBethlehem, 116:may first be focused in one aspect of our lower nature or another is equally unimportant. It is theBethlehem, 118:may be through the activity [118] of the lower nature; it is upon the mind that the Word soundsBethlehem, 118:that Word expressed in every part of our human nature as individuals and - at some distant date -Bethlehem, 118:before which we turn back appalled; the rampant nature of our longings and wishes, and theirBethlehem, 119:weakness of the three aspects of Christ's nature was tested, and through them the vast sum total ofBethlehem, 119:physical ends. Let us put the material physical nature first. Let us assuage our hunger, whateverBethlehem, 120:but it will mean a sweetening of the lower nature, a tendency to self-forgetfulness, andBethlehem, 121:separated [121] self. That this type of inner nature will make for a sound body and freedom fromBethlehem, 121:selfish ends, and the affirming of the divine nature for purposes of individual healing, seem aBethlehem, 121:There is much disease in the other kingdoms of nature; animals, plants and minerals suffer fromBethlehem, 122:XXVII, 42.) The maya or delusion of the physical nature could not hold Him; from that He stoodBethlehem, 123:meets the devil on the ground of His divine nature. If thou art the Son of God, take advantage ofBethlehem, 124:the brothers is now concentrated within a single nature, the life of a single man. A war must beBethlehem, 125:been experiences of a divine and supernatural nature the disciple cannot doubt. There have beenBethlehem, 126:9, 10.) Christ has been tested in His physical nature and has triumphed. He has been tried in HisBethlehem, 126:He has been tried in His emotional-desire nature, and we have found that neither the forces of theBethlehem, 126:found that neither the forces of the physical nature nor the glamors which the emotional-feelingBethlehem, 126:nor the glamors which the emotional-feeling nature inevitably bring could cause him to swerve theBethlehem, 127:towards God; every activity of His [127] nature was rightly adjusted and divinely expressed. ThisBethlehem, 127:Therefore He had conquered the extremes of His nature, its highest and lowest aspects. He expressedBethlehem, 127:for God. He had been tried in two aspects of His nature - the material and the divine - and asBethlehem, 128:of integrating the various aspects of the lower nature into a synthetic whole, into a unity forBethlehem, 128:the illusion of power, if ambition of a personal nature could be developed in His consciousness,Bethlehem, 136:that august moment when the entire lower nature is transfigured and one realizes the fitness ofBethlehem, 136:always been told that we know God through His nature, and that nature is Spirit or Life, Soul orBethlehem, 136:that we know God through His nature, and that nature is Spirit or Life, Soul or conscious love, andBethlehem, 136:intuition to penetrate deeper into the divine Nature. We do not yet know the Father. ChristBethlehem, 137:Christ did two things: He revealed the triple nature of Deity in the first, third, and fifthBethlehem, 137:of Deity may follow, revelation of the nature of God through the medium of a transfiguredBethlehem, 138:as to this higher and lower self, and the nature of that which is called at times the "subliminalBethlehem, 138:different aspects of man, and the fusing of his nature in one functioning whole becomes more andBethlehem, 138:Of the man who wills to do good, and of the nature which in opposition causes him to perform evil,Bethlehem, 139:between two fundamental aspects of human nature - the natural and the divine - which educationBethlehem, 139:to the divine self, is a fact in nature, however we may try to evade the issue and refuseBethlehem, 140:higher self, and many are the testimonies to its nature and qualities. Through a consideration ofBethlehem, 140:Personality that healed the division in human nature, and Christ, as the synthesis of the higherBethlehem, 141:being when the development of the triple human nature - physical, emotional and mental - reaches aBethlehem, 141:and developed personality, He manifested the nature and the quality of God. The finite nature hadBethlehem, 141:the nature and the quality of God. The finite nature had been transcended and could no longerBethlehem, 143:and with all the power of His purified nature and His divine understanding and wisdom, ChristBethlehem, 144:the injunctions which he must set upon his lower nature (the desire-nature), and emphasizing theBethlehem, 144:he must set upon his lower nature (the desire-nature), and emphasizing the restrictions which theBethlehem, 144:concern the government and control of the desire-nature, of the emotional, feeling body, to whichBethlehem, 144:is the symbol of the fluidic emotional desire-nature in which man habitually dwells. MosesBethlehem, 145:is beyond ours, is entirely possible. The nature of the Father remains still to be known; some ofBethlehem, 145:the blending in Himself of two great kingdoms in nature, the human and the divine, making possibleBethlehem, 145:earth - the kingdom of God, the fifth kingdom in nature. When considering the Transfiguration it isBethlehem, 145:the medium of revelation - the material physical nature, which we call the "Mother aspect." We saw,Bethlehem, 145:of Christ's existence) is the symbol of the form nature, of the material nature of God. SheBethlehem, 145:the symbol of the form nature, of the material nature of God. She typifies in herself that whichBethlehem, 145:potentialities. Christ revealed the love-nature in the Father. Through His Person, He revealed theBethlehem, 147:which is definitely imposed by man upon his own nature. When this process is self-initiated, thenBethlehem, 147:that life operates upon the emotional-feeling nature, and through the process of transmutationBethlehem, 148:is a correspondence. The emotional, sentient nature is a dim and distorted reflection of theBethlehem, 148:is a dim and distorted reflection of the love-nature of God which the cosmic Christ, the secondBethlehem, 148:It was these processes, carried on in the form nature, which led eventually to the revelation toBethlehem, 148:the revelation to the Apostles of the essential nature of the Master they loved and followed, andBethlehem, 149:all are agreed on the essentially transcendent nature of the experience, and convinced of theBethlehem, 149:of the experience, and convinced of the divine nature of the person concerned. Great indeed was theBethlehem, 152:through the distorted lens of his own warped nature. But those who are awakening to the world ofBethlehem, 153:and ceaseless call and voice of the sentient nature, to which we can all testify. Bildad theBethlehem, 153:Bildad the Shuhite represents the mental nature, the mind, signifying as he does "contrition,"Bethlehem, 153:three friends the three aspects of his lower nature stand revealed. The same is the case when weBethlehem, 154:pain we are considering the emotional-feeling nature. Meschach means "agile," quick moving, whichBethlehem, 154:in itself a very good description of the mental nature. Arjuna, in The Bhagavad Gita VI, 33, 34,Bethlehem, 155:"the Lord hath spoken," and herein is the mind nature typified, because it is only when the mentalBethlehem, 155:friends stood for the three aspects of His human nature, and it was upon this integrated, focusedBethlehem, 156:of vision. A certain familiarity with God's nature must surely precede the revelation of HimselfBethlehem, 157:Christ revealed the quality of the divine nature through the medium of matter, of form, and "wasBethlehem, 157:divine experience, to transmute the feeling nature through divine expression, and to transfer theBethlehem, 158:of divinity in and through the lower personal nature shall we have attained to that of worth andBethlehem, 161:evokes in its entirety the question as to the nature of that mission which Christ came to forward,Bethlehem, 161:Him to go to Heaven. He came to show us the real nature of perfection and how, in human form,Bethlehem, 163:value of the Transfiguration initiation and the nature of the perfection then revealed who canBethlehem, 163:can later share with Him an understanding of the nature of world service. This world service isBethlehem, 165:but this time it was of a far subtler nature. He was faced with the test as to whether He couldBethlehem, 175:as brothers because Christ died, and the true nature of the kingdom of God will find expression onBethlehem, 176:go to heaven. He died as the result of the very nature of the service which He rendered, of theBethlehem, 176:they may be of a purely mystical or sentimental nature in tone and object, concerning themselvesBethlehem, 181:God as He immerses Himself in the form aspect of nature and thus becomes God immanent as well asBethlehem, 183:is the serpent of illusion from which the Christ nature finally frees us, and it is to the illusoryBethlehem, 184:and clear understanding of what, in His cosmic nature, Christ came to Earth to do. That event wasBethlehem, 184:of divine life, four forms of God immanent in nature, have appeared upon our planet. We call themBethlehem, 184:our planet. We call them the four kingdoms of nature. They constitute, symbolically, the planetaryBethlehem, 185:so in a planetary sense, the four kingdoms of nature do the same, portraying the spirit of GodBethlehem, 188:of God is divorced from matter and the body nature. Orthodox religion, as a whole, can be regardedBethlehem, 189:Christ, the life of the four kingdoms of nature, has been crucified on the four arms of theBethlehem, 190:stressing the living Christ and the divine nature of man. Assuredly, only when the best of the twoBethlehem, 191:prepared the way for it by molding the human nature which received them... the Incarnation is not aBethlehem, 192:a complete whole, as far as the form side its nature was concerned, with all the qualities
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