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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - NATURE
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Psychology1, 135:the other kingdoms, who respond according to the nature of their response mechanisms to thesePsychology1, 137:into the background of the power of the form nature. It is this world of meaning which it is thePsychology1, 141:seven ray Lives. Four: These seven Lives, Whose nature is consciousness and Whose expression isPsychology1, 142:one line or other of the seven ray forces. The nature of his soul is qualified or determined by thePsychology1, 142:ray Life which breathed him forth, and his form nature is colored by the ray Life which - in itsPsychology1, 142:race life and of the forms in the kingdoms of nature. The soul nature or quality remains the samePsychology1, 142:of the forms in the kingdoms of nature. The soul nature or quality remains the same throughout aPsychology1, 142:throughout a world period; its form life and nature change from life to life, according to itsPsychology1, 150:being has, or can have, any comprehension of the nature of life until he has attained the thirdPsychology1, 153:that the concrete mind and the rationalizing nature lose themselves in the realized complexitiesPsychology1, 154:detail to be considered is so intricate. But the nature of the qualities [155] and energies can bePsychology1, 155:means that the adept is one who comprehends the nature of the 19 forces as they express themselvesPsychology1, 157:world. The quality, the coloring, or the type nature of living energy (which is our inadequatePsychology1, 157:by all the forms in the four kingdoms of nature; the individual form emanations are settledPsychology1, 158:of life into one or other of the kingdoms in nature, and into one or other of the myriad divisionsPsychology1, 160:and the true sources of the phenomenal nature are seldom touched. The determining aspects of thePsychology1, 160:research and much has been done of a valuable nature. A man's physical reactions, his emotionalPsychology1, 160:personality ray is charted and known, the true nature of his temperament and the real subjectivePsychology1, 160:Builders, the Seven Rays What is the real nature of a true mystic or introvert? He is [161] onePsychology1, 162:through one or other of the four kingdoms in nature: Ray IV - Harmony, Conflict - 4th kingdom -Psychology1, 163:Ceremonial observances. Control over forces of nature. Jupiter. Bright. Clear. Blue. It will bePsychology1, 165:extent, not merely those belonging by nature to that particular ray, but those on all the otherPsychology1, 165:not as indicating any difference in the nature of the ray. We are told that the dominant ray at thePsychology1, 176:is to establish a universal understanding of the nature of reality, and to foster the growth of thePsychology1, 177:community of nations. Not so rapidly does nature move; but the concept and the idea will bePsychology1, 184:enable him to see through, which will reveal the nature of the fourth dimension, and will blend thePsychology1, 189:about its influence upon a particular kingdom in nature, and then again still another ray may bePsychology1, 190:that this information is of a most confusing nature to the beginner in occultism, and only thosePsychology1, 193:last analysis, is neither more nor less than the nature of that awareness, and the response inPsychology1, 194:activity of every form in every kingdom in nature, and of every atom and cell within those forms.Psychology1, 196:outer mechanism. As he learns to do this, the nature of that outer world of mechanisms alters, andPsychology1, 197:and human kingdoms. Each of the kingdoms in nature has developed, or is developing, one outstandingPsychology1, 197:are the tamasic quality, or the static inert nature of the mineral world, and the quality ofPsychology1, 197:a pictorial way of portraying truth. The very nature of perfume, its purpose and intent, is toPsychology1, 198:the human family upon the third kingdom in nature. Man is the initiating factor here, and to man isPsychology1, 198:world. The secret of release for the animal nature is hidden in the "watery nature;" this is thePsychology1, 198:for the animal nature is hidden in the "watery nature;" this is the blood aspect, and in thePsychology1, 200:the fire and the members of the fifth kingdom in nature. The growing purpose of his animal formPsychology1, 200:of the ray activity in the lower kingdoms of nature, but on this point no details can be given; andPsychology1, 201:a man of unrelenting cruelty and hardness of nature. The first ray man often has strong feeling andPsychology1, 203:as well as to be thoroughly conversant with the nature of the disease, so as to use his will powerPsychology1, 204:his calmness into coldness and hardness of nature. Psychology1, 206:are so strangely equal in proportion that the nature of the fourth ray man is torn with theirPsychology1, 206:to action. These contrasting forces in the nature make life one perpetual warfare and unrest forPsychology1, 207:equilibrium amongst the warring forces of the nature. The lower and extremely dangerous way is byPsychology1, 209:The man on this ray is often of gentle nature, but he can always flame into fury and fiery wrath.Psychology1, 213:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature SECTION TWO - CHAPTER TWO II. The Rays andPsychology1, 213:- CHAPTER TWO II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature Introductory Remarks In starting upon aPsychology1, 217:of the rays and their effects on a kingdom in nature, we shall see why this has produced so uniquePsychology1, 218:if I might so express it. The other kingdoms in nature, as can be seen in our tabulation, are notPsychology1, 218:influence of the seven rays. As long as the true nature of the atom and its internal organizationPsychology1, 219:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature Two rays are of prime importance in thePsychology1, 219:It must be remembered that each kingdom in nature is dependent upon and draws life from the kingdomPsychology1, 219:sequence. The Law of Sacrifice determines the nature of each kingdom. Therefore each kingdom may bePsychology1, 220:of the seven centers to the various kingdoms in nature can be here seen, and the symbolism of thePsychology1, 221:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The work of the seventh Lord and of thePsychology1, 222:the creative work in the other kingdoms in [222] nature are seen in their real values. The secretsPsychology1, 222:their relation to the three subhuman kingdoms in nature. In all esoteric writings it is necessaryPsychology1, 223:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 1. The Mineral Kingdom Influence: ThePsychology1, 226:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The seventh ray is one of organized ritual,Psychology1, 229:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature In the turning of the great wheel, cyclePsychology1, 231:need is there to study the rays and kingdoms of nature? Of what profit is it to speculate onPsychology1, 232:the study of the rays in relation to evolving nature, are of mental importance and of spiritualPsychology1, 233:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 2. The Vegetable Kingdom Influences: ThePsychology1, 235:purpose and goal of each of the five kingdoms in nature with which we are basically concerned, thenPsychology1, 235:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature a. Life-Radiance-Magnetism We are told inPsychology1, 235:by the conscious control of the static mineral nature, as it expresses itself in man, comes hisPsychology1, 235:the symbolic development of the five kingdoms in nature: [236] "One-pointed meditation upon thePsychology1, 236:every element. These five forms are the gross nature, the elemental form, the quality, thePsychology1, 236:an analogy for consideration: The gross nature - the mineral kingdom. The elemental form - thePsychology1, 237:influence any or all of the various kingdoms in nature? It should be remembered that every kingdom,Psychology1, 237:personality. Two rays govern each kingdom in nature, except in the case of the vegetable kingdom,Psychology1, 237:vegetable kingdom, where three rays indicate the nature of that kingdom's life. Students willPsychology1, 237:condition is found in all the kingdoms in nature. Two rays are [238] dominant in each kingdom, butPsychology1, 238:to the Life which informs the fourth kingdom in nature. Nevertheless three basic logoic influences,Psychology1, 238:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature b. The Five Secrets of the Kingdoms inPsychology1, 238:in Nature b. The Five Secrets of the Kingdoms in Nature There is a secret anent each of the fivePsychology1, 238:is a secret anent each of the five kingdoms in nature. These secrets concern the relation of thePsychology1, 239:the type, family, appearance, strength, size and nature of the trees upon our planet. Ray II - isPsychology1, 240:that at all the initiations of the kingdoms in nature, the planetary Logos of a particular rayPsychology1, 242:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The influence of the three rays, blendedPsychology1, 242:about the synthesis and the harmony of color in nature. As we say the words, "color in nature,"Psychology1, 242:color in nature. As we say the words, "color in nature," automatically we think of the vegetablePsychology1, 243:trace similar analogies in the other kingdoms in nature, remembering however that this kingdom isPsychology1, 244:of the informing life of this kingdom in nature, and is the effect of the manifestation of thePsychology1, 245:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature c. The Planets and the Kingdoms In thePsychology1, 246:about the desired results in the kingdoms of nature under the Plan. It must be remembered thatPsychology1, 247:in the relation of the rays to the kingdoms in nature, and in the similarity of the rays foundPsychology1, 248:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature A careful study and a true analysis of thePsychology1, 249:are of secondary importance, and are in the nature of an automatic mechanism. It is the mechanism,Psychology1, 249:upon the way can be seen whole as a kingdom in nature. Each of these kingdoms carries thePsychology1, 249:in the lower or subhuman kingdoms in nature. The more the unit of life is identified with "the onePsychology1, 251:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 3. The Animal Kingdom Influences: The thirdPsychology1, 254:or Inertia, - but in this case it is the tamasic nature of mind and not that of matter, as usuallyPsychology1, 254:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The two problems which are of immediatePsychology1, 257:was brought to play upon this third kingdom in nature. This started during a cycle when the secondPsychology1, 258:- Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature b. Individualization It is of coursePsychology1, 258:It governs still in many departments of nature, and used to govern the appearance of human beingsPsychology1, 259:method usually employed at this time is in the nature of a great second ray experiment. ThisPsychology1, 259:life in form. Hence the process is really in the nature of an initiation. The animals which
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