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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - PAST
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Psychology1, 385:people are subjectively linked with India, by past incarnations and , and the quarrelPsychology1, 392:Again, the genius of Germany has often in the past manifested along the line of its fourth rayPsychology1, 397:tradition, as taught by the teachers of the past, tells us that... "They turned their faces towardsPsychology1, 400:illicit relations and promiscuity during the past few million years have been so numerous thatPsychology1, 401:are capable of considering is the history of the past one hundred thousand years, and their workPsychology1, 401:years, and their work lies with effects of that past and not with originating causes. Psychology2, 16:on to the Path of Initiation. Substitute for past, necessarily self-interested and personalPsychology2, 26:on the moon chain, and were the Atlanteans of past history. Workers in the world today should havePsychology2, 57:clue to world unfoldment and to the mystery of past, present and future) that we are dealing withPsychology2, 62:this twofold hold upon the mechanism during the past ages has been the conditioning of thePsychology2, 71:Much of the spiritual instruction given in the past has laid down the rules for the cultivation ofPsychology2, 74:focusing. In this last process, the gain of the past months or years is closely assessed; thePsychology2, 93:discovers that which he has joyously done in the past, and so arrives at the realization of thatPsychology2, 95:Age. This astral influence has its roots in the past Atlantean civilization, which preceded ours.Psychology2, 128:form and direction according to a man's ray and past life expression; it will be colored andPsychology2, 143:effect of the activity of this ray, during the past two thousand years, has been to train humanityPsychology2, 161:made plain and clear by the teachings of the past two thousand years, and through the many booksPsychology2, 167:of right must burn the garnered treasures of the past, yet show their basic usefulness... The sevenPsychology2, 178:activity the work of the world groups. In the past, groups have been formed for mutual benefit, forPsychology2, 184:emerging out of a dim and distant past, which have tended to make each person what he now is. When,Psychology2, 187:techniques will be so different to those of the past. People may evince real desire to participatePsychology2, 187:have been handed down to us from the ancient past. These are followed willingly and with the eyesPsychology2, 190:will distinguish the New Age methods from the past; the work will be group work for the group. ThePsychology2, 192:human and non-human. They evoke the soul of the past, primarily, linking it with the present, andPsychology2, 192:task and that is why it is only during the past one hundred and fifty years that the science ofPsychology2, 194:the economic and social upheaval of the past few decades, are all the result of energies that arePsychology2, 194:which have gradually been released over the past two centuries. A fuller tide was swept intoPsychology2, 196:of registration every seven years. The one just past, gave a tremendous impetus to the work of thePsychology2, 207:also of themselves as souls, but they know, past all controversy, that there is no such thing asPsychology2, 210:it. It is of a speculative nature and utterly past their possible corroboration or capacity toPsychology2, 228:too much to the department of philosophy in the past, but must now engross the attention of thePsychology2, 253:states of consciousness are attained. In the past each great unfoldment of consciousness hasPsychology2, 261:scientific developments of the immediate past, and the present sexual and proletarian revolutionsPsychology2, 263:has been greatly augmented during the past century and it is for this reason that we can look forPsychology2, 269:Touch of Appropriation lies racially in the past. The Touch of Acquiescence takes place upon thePsychology2, 273:unafraid and sure, thus preserving the gain of past effort and (in company with all true serversPsychology2, 278:in Himself the fully ripened seeds of the past solar system. We should not forget that our presentPsychology2, 310:pairs of opposites are distinctive of the past solar system. From one interesting angle, the battlePsychology2, 316:point in evolution, the ray type, the quality of past karma, and the present family, national andPsychology2, 316:our minds the more material connotations which past teachings have emphasized. Annie Besant in herPsychology2, 334:these four groups of human helpers, for a man's past and his rapidly developing future. Psychology2, 344:One is that covering the processes of the past evolutionary cycle which, as it has transpired, hasPsychology2, 367:It is a revelation of the purposes of Deity - past, present and future purposes - as grasped byPsychology2, 389:fecundity has steadily shifted during the past few thousand years into the creation of thosePsychology2, 402:defeated. It is as if the attitude of man to the past, to the present and to the future was of suchPsychology2, 405:quality of the subtle or subjective nature, by past experience and by soul contact (distant,Psychology2, 406:is concerned, either lie far behind in the past, are proceeding at this time, or lie ahead in thePsychology2, 406:at this time, or lie ahead in the future. Past Integrations. Between the animal body and the vitalPsychology2, 408:i. e. far those who are today expressions of past integrations, and those who are in process ofPsychology2, 431:of living with a daily recognition of the past, an understanding of the purpose of the present, andPsychology2, 433:imaginatively displayed, and the "recovery of past incarnations" has usually been the so-calledPsychology2, 440:and accumulated characteristics (acquired in past incarnations and frequently lying dormant unlessPsychology2, 440:which a man can draw almost anything from his past experience, if he so desire, and which can bePsychology2, 444:I have not considered the tendencies evoked in past lives and lying hidden in the subconscious, orPsychology2, 474:have emerged from the minds of thinkers in the past and which have succeeded in reaching the astralPsychology2, 495:is this subject, for it includes not only the past astral habits of the race, ready - when givenPsychology2, 497:He is penetrating into a very ancient astral past. Not only is this the case, but also - throughPsychology2, 498:dealing. This method delves into the patient's past; it seeks to unearth the basic determiningPsychology2, 498:does not realize it) can carry over into past lives, and thus open doors which it might be well toPsychology2, 507:of the astral plane which embodies the ancient past, which fertilizes the desire life of thePsychology2, 509:recorded in the mystical writings during the past few centuries in the Occident, are in thisPsychology2, 511:unalterable effects of causes, originated in the past of the Aryan race. That good can come fromPsychology2, 513:the aspirant, disciple and mystic. During the past three decades, much has been written upon thePsychology2, 547:with the soil and water. Developed during past ages in mankind itself and handed on from generationPsychology2, 557:man includes in his nature all the gains of past evolutionary cycles (in other kingdoms in naturePsychology2, 558:which humanity developed and possessed in past ages which he drove into the background of hisPsychology2, 565:begin to expand their consciousness so that the past as well as the future is brought within theirPsychology2, 571:he may hear words spoken and thus feel assured, past all controversy, that the Great Ones havePsychology2, 582:faced without the phenomena which has made the past so exciting, interesting and frequentlyPsychology2, 598:and on a higher turn of the spiral than in the past. As evolution proceeds, the human and animalPsychology2, 602:fruits of the mystical experience of the past are never lost. The inner spiritual realizationPsychology2, 616:to the usual problems of the mystics of the past. These can only be studied and investigated todayPsychology2, 625:as a result of the Piscean influence during the past two thousand years - such groups arePsychology2, 630:to free itself from the thralldom of the past, with its tarnished allegiances and its uncheckedPsychology2, 639:in the divisions and the confusions. In the past, time and time again, the nations were swept intoPsychology2, 641:the hatreds increase; the warfare spreads; past efforts seem futile to stem the tide which seemsPsychology2, 647:of the universality of human error in the past, and the fact that there is no blame to bePsychology2, 647:or superiority, but upon a desire to forget the past, and to push [648] forward into the New AgePsychology2, 649:out through the evolutionary developments of the past ages and also through that special impetusPsychology2, 650:has been vitally increased in numbers during the past few years and [651] there is a much closerPsychology2, 657:has been the right and desired technique in the past. The development of group consciousness,Psychology2, 670:be seen the wrecking of the institutions of the past, with consequent chaos and disaster, despairPsychology2, 681:causes divisions. This may happen through their past inclination, by enforced national discipline,Psychology2, 683:done; not by the usual warlike measures of the past or the enforced will of some group, but throughPsychology2, 690:aspirants. Its ranks have been opened during the past ten months to all those men of good will whoPsychology2, 701:and of turmoil. It has, however, had in the past moments of high spiritual revelation and of divinePsychology2, 701:But, for the moment, all that lies in the past. It seems as if the soul has retreated; that thePsychology2, 704:to which I have several times referred in the past, convened and the plans for the immediate futurePsychology2, 707:of a sensitive response to ideas. The art of the past expressed largely man's understanding of thePsychology2, 709:has reached Their attention continuously for the past few decades, and which is calling out anPsychology2, 710:those of the Middle Ages and therefore of the past), and some understanding of the phenomena whichPsychology2, 713:the import of that phrase "for the future"? The past is gone, beyond recall; that fleeting momentPsychology2, 713:we call the present time is determined by that past of which it becomes a part in the flash of aPsychology2, 714:a sense of strain, a pressure which seems past endurance, and an impasse from which there appearsPsychology2, 743:great human development. Behind, in the distant past of the race, humanity faced such a crisis asPsychology2, 745:with greater confidence, knowing for themselves, past all controversy, that the kingdom of God isRays, 13:time. This swings into immediate conflict the past and the future, and in this statement I haveRays, 16:searching for the causes in human motives, in past history and in karmic relationships. To theseRays, 17:loyalty, cooperation and interdependence. In the past, the emphasis was upon the individual, hisRays, 18:Human and Solar, Page 192-208), summarizing the past propositions and indicating the individual
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