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

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Patanjali, 149:time and space. Patanjali points out that this pain is comprehensive, covering past, present andPatanjali, 149:covering past, present and future. Consequences. Pain is brought about through the activity of thePatanjali, 150:spiritual body in service. These equally cause pain and distress and parallel the awakening of thePatanjali, 150:and others, and this in its turn produces pain. Patanjali, 150:of Patanjali - Book 2 - The Steps to Union 16. Pain which is yet to come may be warded off. ThePatanjali, 150:causes will be set in motion along the line of pain-producing effects. This dual inference willPatanjali, 151:be worked out, and that type of karma, bringing pain, sorrow and misery in its train must bePatanjali, 151:into the physical objective world) may cause no pain or distress, as they will be seen and met byPatanjali, 151:met by the non-attached yogi. Nor will further pain-producing causes be allowed to be set inPatanjali, 151:are one and the same, is the cause (of the pain-producing effects) which must be warded off. ThisPatanjali, 151:himself. It might be summed up as follows: All pain and [152] sorrow is caused by the spiritual manPatanjali, 156:Real Man identifies himself to his sorrow and pain throughout the long cycle of manifestation andPatanjali, 174:of the nervous system to the pairs of opposites, pain and pleasure. As a man progresses and risesPatanjali, 174:contacts is ever more rapid and his capacity for pain, physical and emotional, becomes greatlyPatanjali, 177:disciple which can attract to him evil, death or pain. Thus equally the sixth modification isPatanjali, 193:or great. These result always in excessive pain and ignorance. For this reason, the contraryPatanjali, 193:must produce its effect and the effect is dual; pain, and ignorance or delusion. There are threePatanjali, 207:with this sutra except to point out that all pain, displeasure and unhappiness are based uponPatanjali, 288:"Let thy Soul lend its ear to every cry of pain like as the lotus bares its heart to drink thePatanjali, 288:sun. Let not the fierce sun dry one tear of pain before thyself hast wiped it from the sufferer'sPatanjali, 288:there remain; nor ever brush it off until the pain that caused it is removed. These tears, O thouPatanjali, 321:of mind which produces in us pleasure or pain, is because we fail to distinguish between the lowerPatanjali, 391:the vehicle of actions grows by means of causing pain to, or acting kindly towards others." ItProblems, 17:individualism and selfishness. Through fire and pain, France will later demonstrate the qualitiesProblems, 81:that the correct steps are taken before the pain and agony are forgotten and their effects haveProblems, 90:same reactions to their environment, to the same pain, to the same joys, to the same anxieties, toProblems, 92:sharing; they will need to learn the lessons of pain in other ways and more slowly; nations in theProblems, 137:they spend the available money in alleviating pain as Christ did, teaching the children the thingsPsychology1, 80:the cross. Through war, through work, through pain and toil, the purpose is achieved. Thus saithPsychology1, 80:The soul can, however, comprehend the need for pain and difficulty in the world, for he can extendPsychology1, 80:that could possibly increase the world's pain or sorrow. Some of the names for this beneficent yetPsychology1, 199:secrets of the Ancient of Days," the problem of pain, of bloodshed, of war and of suffering mustPsychology1, 206:of the Christ, born from the throes of constant pain and suffering. Tamas induces love of ease andPsychology1, 206:love of ease and pleasure, a hatred of causing pain amounting to moral cowardice, indolence,Psychology1, 250:of opposites, is connected the entire problem of pain and of suffering, as we today understand it.Psychology1, 250:kingdom the first dim indication of sorrow and pain is seen, whilst in the higher and thePsychology1, 256:through the evocation [256] of love, fear or pain. It is intended to be a purely mental process andPsychology1, 264:creation groaneth and travaileth together in pain until now." Herein is found the secret of thePsychology1, 274:modern methods of protection from the risk and pain of childbirth. Up till now, the act of bearingPsychology1, 304:place as sacraments, and longer still before the pain and suffering consequent upon our mistakesPsychology1, 337:into the human state of awareness. Pleasure and pain become definite factors in unfoldment, and thePsychology1, 338:is found a clue to the distress and agony and pain in the world today. The planetary Logos of ourPsychology1, 345:stays His hand though deep [345] and full the pain and agony. Peace must be the goal. Beauty mustPsychology2, 24:of slow tamasic reactions to suffering, joy, pain, to the urge and satisfaction of desire, and to aPsychology2, 34:eternally invoke the Life. Naught disappears but pain. Nothing remains but Bliss, - the bliss ofPsychology2, 94:death as the human consciousness understands it, pain and sorrow, loss and disaster, joy andPsychology2, 94:deliberate intent choose to die. But there is no pain, no sorrow, and no real death involved. ThisPsychology2, 97:Rebel." It is only rebellion that produces pain and sorrow, but this rebellion is inherent and [98]Psychology2, 98:But from the lower sphere of darkness and of pain a voice came forth and cried: 'We suffer here. WePsychology2, I can:Break down for us the prison wall and enter into Pain.' The Lord of Life returned. He liked it not,Psychology2, I can:of Life returned. He liked it not, and hence the pain." The same conditions which blend the Law ofPsychology2, I can:conditions which blend the Law of Sacrifice with pain and sorrow and difficulty are found also onPsychology2, 99:Only three planetary schemes are aware of pain and sorrow as we understand those terms; none ofPsychology2, 99:or feel it so much as does our planetary Logos. Pain and sorrow are the result of rebellion, and ofPsychology2, 100:consciousness of the whole, which recognizes no pain or sorrow and has, therefore, slipped out ofPsychology2, 101:[101] the Law of Sacrifice, through pain and rebellion, is a major contribution to the whole, andPsychology2, 102:the human and subhuman reactions to sorrow and pain are concerned, nor can it be eliminated on thePsychology2, 102:A touch of this freedom from the limitations of pain and sorrow can be found among the morePsychology2, 103:on to the plane of unity. [103] Here there is no pain, no sorrow, no rebellion and no suffering.Psychology2, 103:becomes the normal path of life. Escape from pain is then automatic, for the center ofPsychology2, 103:the occult and ancient phrase). Then pain is steadily transcended, and the pairs of opposites -Psychology2, 103:and the pairs of opposites - pleasure and pain - have no longer any hold over the disciple. AllPsychology2, 103:group consciousness. The consequent negation of pain and sorrow. Entrance into Nirvana, and thePsychology2, 104:which can be effected without [104] pain and the sense of loss, because we have acquired the power,Psychology2, 104:through agelong struggle and strife, through pain and pleasure, through disaster and satisfiedPsychology2, 105:lives broken, until the time comes when, through pain and suffering and the constant losing of thatPsychology2, 128:to comprehend with understanding the period of pain which ever precedes enlarged service. TheirPsychology2, 135:peace; I forfeit rest, and, in the stress of pain, I lose myself and find Myself and enter intoPsychology2, 162:The disciple seeks to achieve, without passion, pain or suffering, the distinction which liesPsychology2, 220:and wreckage, with its accompaniments of pain and sorrow. On the life side, it results in release,Psychology2, 248:is he who has withdrawn and not the vision. The pain in all moments of intensity must be undergonePsychology2, 248:upon three things: A willingness to bear the pain of revelation. The power to hold on to the highPsychology2, 288:for it gives us the clue to the whole problem of pain and of suffering. Our attention should bePsychology2, 407:cleavage. Those achieving integration with much pain and difficulty. Personalities, or integratedPsychology2, 428:because: His discomfort, lack of coordination, pain and distress are symptoms of aspiration,Psychology2, 483:as he himself creates them; that there is no pain and nothing undesirable; he is urged to recognizePsychology2, 515:the fear and deep anxiety, and the suffering and pain which are so widespread, are producing aPsychology2, 557:ate, reproduced, reacted to pleasure and to pain, and seldom, if ever, thought or reflected. ThenPsychology2, 604:desire to escape from responsibility, from the pain and irk-someness of daily living or from thePsychology2, 618:highly evolved the group leader, the greater the pain and suffering. First ray people who havePsychology2, 619:occurs; refuse to become bitter over the pain which the group occasions and wait until the groupPsychology2, 738:look out upon a world distressed and full of pain. The economic problem looms large and is aRays, 5:that all moods, all display of sorrow, of pain, or of happy excitement are due to ourRays, 11:development is oft the moment of greatest pain (if apprehension measure up to opportunity) so inRays, 29:the burning ground of sorrow, agony, horror and pain which is the characteristic quality of life inRays, 135:form to form, from life to life. Only a cry of pain, a demand for restitution and an invocation forRays, 218:would be saved and much unnecessary distress and pain and suffering would be eliminated if theRays, 219:their effect upon others, their endurances and pain, or with criticism of their brothers or ofRays, 243:the calling into activity the Principle of Pain. Suffering and Pain are essential requirements inRays, 243:activity the Principle of Pain. Suffering and Pain are essential requirements in order to carryRays, 243:that. This same ability to respond through pain is not to be found (in the sense in which the humanRays, 243:creative art is the result of aeons of conflict, pain and suffering. The Jews, as a product of theRays, 261:and slowly, and oft through the mastering of pain, he absorbs the significance or meaning of groupRays, 314:and thinkers, a statement of acceptance of pain and of an unpleasant future. It is an exclamationRays, 499:separate the real from the unreal; the lash of pain must awaken the sleepy soul to exquisite life;Rays, 538:is initiation. Periods of search, periods of pain, periods of detachment, periods of revelationRays, 612:to the fact of the One World; the community of pain, sorrow, anxiety, starvation and despair haveRays, 624:world war; nevertheless, after due process of pain, of [625] re-education and of training in rightRays, 654:longer be known as the planet of sorrow and of pain, but will be distinguished by a quality ofRays, 667:being focused elsewhere. This leads to much pain and suffering until the definite choice is made, a
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