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

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Bethlehem, 80:that is required of us is the attitude of the onlooker and of the man who simply says: "This isDiscipleship1spiritual attainments seemed inadequate to the onlooker. A good deal of the teaching given is newDiscipleship1, 112:then resume. Preserve ever the attitude of the onlooker and watch not for results. They will beDiscipleship1, 146:occur. The ideal attitude for you is that of the Onlooker who is in no way identified with aughtDiscipleship1, 198:or should I assume the attitude of the Onlooker, who stands "steady in the light?" Am I capable ofDiscipleship1, 227:world aspiration. Regard yourself then as the onlooker, but also as a channel, among the manyDiscipleship1, 398:or am I simply asked to observe as a detached onlooker? Am I capable of detaching myselfDiscipleship1, 513:By assuming more definitely the attitude of the Onlooker, who sees all people and happeningsDiscipleship1, 517:the wisdom which comes from having been the onlooker, the student and the servant for so long. WillDiscipleship1, 553:"The heart knoweth its own development. The onlooker tastes the fruit thereof." This thought, ofDiscipleship1, 623:blades. Preserve ever the attitude of the Onlooker in the head. Thus the detachment of the soulDiscipleship2, 78:the disciple's daily life. By what else can the onlooker gauge it? The disciple is therefore underExternalisation, 14:preserve inviolate the attitude of the positive onlooker, who is always the directing, controllingExternalisation, 214:The two positions are clear to the unprejudiced onlooker. To these two groups I would add a third.Externalisation, 246:dynamically that the attitude of the passive onlooker is not that of the agent of the Forces ofExternalisation, 475:it remain aloof and take the position of the onlooker, the observer? Should it stand superior toExternalisation, 553:though not immediately apparent to the onlooker. This year, at the great Festival in the HimalayasExternalisation, 664:of how the Masters work, for (to the average onlooker) the labor movement arose from within theExternalisation, 695:group. He must learn that at present he is the onlooker at the group and as yet not a part of it,Fire, 514:the blaze is so excessive that it appears to the onlooker as if the two points blended, or the twoGlamour, 106:of energies and, from the angle of man - the onlooker and participator - produce a condition ofHealing, 428:dying and doing so from the point of view of the onlooker or observer. I sought there to indicateHealing, 428:there to indicate what the attitude of the onlooker should be. Here I would like to present aHealing, 467:point in evolution. He is not unconscious as the onlooker might infer, but is fully aware withinHercules, 13:himself. Man then can become consciously the Onlooker, the Beholder, the Perceiver. He is no longerHercules, 151:to demonstrate, not to the Hierarchy, not to the onlooker, but to himself, that he has overcome theIntellect, 206:the imagination, we assume the attitude of the Onlooker, the Perceiver. We imagine ourselves to beMagic, 37:the three worlds of his normal evolution as the onlooker, the perceiver, the actor. This it isMagic, 144:an aspect of reality to the cognizance of the onlooker. Hence the second quality of the thoughtMagic, 559:aspirants is to cultivate the attitude of the onlooker and of the silent watcher, and, may IMeditation, 21:of too paramount importance to the uninstructed onlooker; yet, after all, the work proceeds asMeditation, 21:of opinion is the best line for the wise onlooker to take, for he has not yet the inner vision thatMeditation, 70:reconstructive, even though it seems to the onlooker to be destructive. On all sides, the tearingPatanjali, 79:gradually assume more and more the position of onlooker. His consciousness therefore shifts slowlyPatanjali, 91:field of knowledge, from the standpoint of onlooker or perceiver and from the standpoint ofPatanjali, 107:Previous to attaining this true perception, the onlooker has been dependent upon three otherPatanjali, 108:perception. Through the use of the mind the onlooker becomes aware of another grade of phenomenaPatanjali, 108:The senses are no longer required by the onlooker except in so far as he utilizes them for purposesPatanjali, 277:out of any window in a big city reveal to the onlooker his own relatives, friends and pursuits. ThePatanjali, 283:functions of the optic nerves and retina of the onlooker. But the ancient Hindus held that allProblems, 141:God transcendent, outside His universe, an Onlooker. God transcendent first of all conditionedPsychology2, 17:warfare is set up with the disciple as the onlooker - and dramatic participator. Arjuna emergesPsychology2, 17:the attitude of the detached and uninterested onlooker. When he is definitely aware of the issuesPsychology2, 24:the soul ever preserves the attitude of the Onlooker and of the perceiving Observer. It beholds andPsychology2, 501:activities, or he is in the position of the onlooker who sees actual sights, performances, people,Rays, 6:the self to identify with its real nature as the Onlooker, and no longer regarding itself as theRays, 354:happening in the eyes of the physical plane onlooker, and the subjective aspect, portrayedRays, 768:it [768] is, and many shades thereof; and to the onlooker it seems as if the color might transcendReappearance, 144:God Transcendent, outside His universe, an Onlooker. God transcendent, first of all, conditionedReappearance, 150:same time outside His Creation - an inscrutable onlooker. This type of transcendent Creator must be
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