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

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Atom, 106:this, therefore, will surely lead us all to be patient with our brothers and sisters who may soAutobiography, 100:and distress as best I can, asking you to be patient. It was just an interlude between twenty-eightAutobiography, 101:and I watched her - as a result of five years patient endurance - come through to a measure ofAutobiography, 151:on. I think people have to learn a much more patient acceptance of what is, and not spend so muchDiscipleship1, 37:intuitional energy or will energy) and the patient or group of patients. Note this last point. TheDiscipleship1, 37:energy from the reservoir of living force to the patient or patients. Discipleship1, 50:but one which can be mastered through the use of patient waiting and the elimination of hurry. AllDiscipleship1, 58:to know all, to realize all and to love with patient wisdom and unchanging sincerity. This mustDiscipleship1, 62:has been done. I request that you give careful, patient attention to them so that they developDiscipleship1, 70:and its cause, plus the karmic status of the patient and the condition of his centers, hisDiscipleship1, 125:reaction but as a justified and right reward of patient effort and true occult obedience. Yet, myDiscipleship1, 134:of organized group work. Will you do this with patient application and an unquestioning butDiscipleship1, 203:establish a kind of rhythmic impact upon the patient, thereby weaving a path of light to him alongDiscipleship1, 277:an analysis of human beings and a slow and patient work. As your work may grow and its boundariesDiscipleship1, 301:to this group that balancing factor and that patient stability which it needs. The group has passedDiscipleship1, 348:of life and training. The significance of patient waiting, both in relation to people who are closeDiscipleship1, 349:place in two directions in connection with a patient. What are these two directions? And what isDiscipleship1, 349:love is used by the healer when dealing with a patient? [350] You will find these questions ofDiscipleship1, 407:them reveal themselves to you. They will, when patient loving gentleness meets them all the time.Discipleship1, 450:the most important point. That the process of patient waiting in idealistic and prayerful idlenessDiscipleship1, 477:for it is of prime importance in your case. Your patient endurance of difficulties, your earnestDiscipleship1, 487:to others. In physical convalescence, when the patient has won the battle but is too ill as yet toDiscipleship1, 627:work of this group of disciples? I watch with patient attention, not because of any personalDiscipleship1, 736:I know them but they don't know me; I must be patient with them," etc., etc. Throughout this phase,Discipleship2, 507:but you have endeared yourself to me by your patient persistence and your undeviating adherence toDiscipleship2, 589:express it thus, for humanity will take much patient care before the shock and the pain of theDiscipleship2, 630:When your intuition begins to move and your patient waiting, quiet reflection and steady mentalDiscipleship2, 672:what I have told you as the reward of a life of patient endurance, of overcoming and of acceptance.Education, 111:surgical operation made in an effort to save the patient's life. A violent streptococci germ andExternalisation, 42:things: They may cure the physical ills in the patient which are of such a nature that the innerExternalisation, 44:therefore: To coordinate the personality of the patient. They are themselves coordinated. To bringExternalisation, 44:about contact with the soul, on the part of the patient. They are themselves vitally in contact. ToExternalisation, 352:of the world are asked to stand steady in patient, yet convinced, expectancy. The task to be doneExternalisation, 672:in many ways; it is largely responsible for the patient effort of all humanitarian workers and ofHealing, 5:not only his own ray but also the ray of the patient. There are therefore seven ray techniques, andHealing, 5:healing and upon the need to deal with the patient in his inner life, for the basic law underlyingHealing, 7:of all healers is a sympathetic rapport with the patient, so that the healer achieves insight intoHealing, 7:trouble and establishes the confidence of the patient? Two words I give you which embody theHealing, 7:when need arises, which will stimulate the patient to the desired activity. This involves occultHealing, 7:the other mind and polarize the will of the patient; the radiation of his astral body, controlledHealing, 7:will impose a rhythm upon the agitation of the patient's astral body, and so enable the patient toHealing, 7:of the patient's astral body, and so enable the patient to take right action, whilst the radiationHealing, 8:splenic center, will aid in [8] organizing the patient's force-body and so facilitate the work ofHealing, 8:to what he is, so will be the effect upon the patient. When a healer works magnetically andHealing, 8:magnetically and radiates his soul force to the patient, that patient is enabled more easily toHealing, 8:and radiates his soul force to the patient, that patient is enabled more easily to achieve the endHealing, 8:of a state of mind which will enable the patient to live with himself and with his complaint,Healing, 8:of the body. Or it may be enabling the patient to achieve (with joy and facility) the rightHealing, 9:festering in the inner subjective life of the patient. In the evolution of knowledge on every handHealing, 16:on the surface. Under these methods, the patient is in the hands of an outside party, and should beHealing, 16:and mental disasters. Under this method, the patient is taught to cooperate as much as he can withHealing, 17:can he pour the vital healing force upon the patient. This is magnetic work. It cures disease, orHealing, 18:can his presence feed the [18] soul life of the patient. This is the work of radiation. The handsHealing, 18:are needed not. The soul displays its power. The patient's soul responds through the response ofHealing, 26:of pranic energy to the etheric body of the patient, via his own etheric body. How many healers areHealing, 26:of the consciousness or the life force in the patient with whom they may be concerned? How manyHealing, 26:it principally arises and lies. Know where the patient stands upon the ladder of evolution, andHealing, 27:such as forming a healing triangle of - Master - Patient - Healer This method involves muchHealing, 27:call upon that group for energy on behalf of the patient - a thing as yet rarely granted. Healing, 38:for the future occult healer will approach his patient with this knowledge. He will then workHealing, 54:the inner attention (the mental attitude) of the patient can and will produce either real freedomHealing, 57:Secondly, he must [57] have a clear grasp of the patient's inner emphasis; this last aids him inHealing, 65:understanding and control on the part of the patient, if there is to be a true overcoming ofHealing, 69:mental state, and the emotional condition of the patient do either help or hinder. Many are alreadyHealing, 71:of the remedy. One does not say to an influenza patient (when the worst throes of the disease areHealing, 71:of the "planetary influenza" are over (and the patient will not die), then investigation can beHealing, 71:At present, all that can be done is to keep the patient quiet and also keep the fever down. This isHealing, 75:centers into real and coordinated rhythm. Each patient or human being, being on some ray, respondsHealing, 76:know the point in evolution reached by [76] the patient, and should also know his ray type, bothHealing, 98:pour the vital force with healing power upon his patient. This is magnetic work. 1b. The healerHealing, 98:Thus can his presence feed the soul life of the patient. This is the work of radiation. The handsHealing, 99:concerned by so increasing the disease that the patient's normal resistance can prove futile. IHealing, 99:only because they can test the capacity of the patient, the tension of the disease, and know alsoHealing, 100:producing the disease, drawing it forth from the patient. This latter process necessitates aHealing, 100:also be the supplying of fresh energy to the patient, in order to take the place of that which hasHealing, 100:a definite interplay between the healer and the patient. There is consequently some real [101]Healing, 101:more rapid results in many cases. In others, the patient's anxiety can negate the desired effects.Healing, 101:into himself and then radiates it out on to the patient in the form of a steadily outflowing streamHealing, 101:is too strong, there may be danger to the patient. The impact of the force which is being radiatedHealing, 103:light. This light is to be projected upon the patient through the ajna center between the eyes.Healing, 104:you to your brothers on the one hand, and to the patient on the other. See these lines going outHealing, 104:you to the heart center of the group and to the patient. But work ever from the ajna center untilHealing, 104:as the group, yourself and the difficulty of the patient, and concentrate upon the type of forceHealing, 104:it through the medium of your hands to the patient. In doing this, hold the hands before the eyes,Healing, 104:the two hands. It is thus directed on to the patient. Visualize it as pouring out [105] and senseHealing, 105:Visualize it as pouring out [105] and sense the patient receiving it. As you do this, say aloud inHealing, 105:those you are seeking to aid. Do not discuss the patient under treatment even among yourselves. IfHealing, 119:of lack of soul contact and of soul control. The patient (if I might so call him) is taught to takeHealing, 134:can he pour the vital healing force upon the patient. This is magnetic work. It cures disease, orHealing, 134:Thus can his presence feed the soul life of the patient. This is the work of radiation. The handsHealing, 134:are needed not. The soul displays its power. The patient's soul responds through the response ofHealing, 166:of Karma and its working out in the life of the patient, if they had the full cooperation of theHealing, 166:patient, if they had the full cooperation of the patient, and if they had the ability to add to allHealing, 167:one or other of the following: [167] Healed the patient when his destiny and fate so willed it andHealing, 167:or a healing group. The probability is that the patient would have recovered in any case but thatHealing, 167:with the immediate design or pattern of the patient's life, and so postponed certain processes ofHealing, 168:know whether to heal, to aid the effort of the patient - a much slower process - or to refrain fromHealing, 204:work through his own centers in relation to the patient whose ills he is endeavoring to heal. HeHealing, 206:whereby contact can be made with the patient to be healed. That contact must ever be established inHealing, 206:putting it en rapport with the center in the patient which governs the distressed area or diseased
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