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

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Externalisation, 81:may take place in the world - whether war or peace, strife and aggression or understandingExternalisation, 106:and rapid growth of all movements towards peace, world understanding, goodwill, philanthropicExternalisation, 129:It concerns the right of all nations to live at peace with their neighbors and harmoniously withExternalisation, 143:conflict has worn itself out and some measure of peace and calm has come about. Each of you hasExternalisation, 144:illumination to all mankind. Let the Spirit of Peace be spread abroad. May men of goodwillExternalisation, 150:world understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and peace. The setting up of a vibration withinExternalisation, 159:II - The General World Picture The Spirit of Peace Who is invoked in the second phrase, Let theExternalisation, 159:invoked in the second phrase, Let the Spirit of Peace be spread abroad, is that mysterious andExternalisation, 159:He earned the right to be called the "Prince of Peace." As I have elsewhere told you in my earlierExternalisation, 159:in manifestation will work out as "glory to God, peace on earth and goodwill towards men." To thisExternalisation, 160:by the Forces of Light - then the Spirit of Peace can be invoked. On a lower turn of the spiral,Externalisation, 160:a potent vibration and note that the Spirit of Peace will be invoked and contacted. By the voicedExternalisation, 161:and powerful demonstration of the meaning of peace as the expression of universal and planetaryExternalisation, 161:produce the sending of an Avatar or Messenger of Peace to lead the nations to right action; perhapsExternalisation, 161:The nature of the activities which the Spirit of Peace will institute is not our responsibility.Externalisation, 161:be recognized consciously by man. The Spirit of Peace will, when the right time comes, vitalize theExternalisation, 161:God which has for basic intent the bringing of peace on earth. What is peace? It is essentially theExternalisation, 161:intent the bringing of peace on earth. What is peace? It is essentially the establishing of rightExternalisation, 162:Hierarchy, Humanity, Shamballa and the Spirit of Peace in His Own high place, in His first recordedExternalisation, 162:Him to put Humanity in touch with the Spirit of Peace. He thus Himself became the Light of theExternalisation, 162:became the Light of the World and the Prince of Peace. In this manner, Shamballa and the HierarchyExternalisation, 162:the first major link with the Spirit of Peace. If you will study the above information with care,Externalisation, 162:the will of God and the agent of the Spirit of Peace, can also be contacted and humanity can beExternalisation, 163:by light and controlled by the Spirit of Peace, the expression of humanity's will-to-good canExternalisation, 163:center - The Hierarchy Let the Spirit of Peace be spread abroad Intermediary - Shamballa. SpiritualExternalisation, 163:Christ Expression - The will of God as love and peace. Sentient response. Planes of emphasis - TheExternalisation, 164:The Forces of Light. Phrase 1. - 2nd Aspect. My peace I give unto you - The Spirit of Peace. PhraseExternalisation, 164:Aspect. My peace I give unto you - The Spirit of Peace. Phrase 2. - 1st Aspect Love thy neighbor asExternalisation, 165:kingdoms through the medium of the human; peace, as the expression of the will of ShamballaExternalisation, 168:as His life and activities were by the Spirit of Peace. As He made "of twain, one new man, soExternalisation, 168:As He made "of twain, one new man, so making peace" (Ephesians 2:15) so today out of the duality ofExternalisation, 173:this statement, then act upon it. The Spirit of Peace is hovering close to humanity, seekingExternalisation, 173:to make His Presence felt. The Spirit of Peace is not an abstract concept but a potent Individual,Externalisation, 174:thus making two great appeals to the Forces of Peace and Light, so that they may help humanity. IExternalisation, 174:to prayer and to invocation of the Prince of Peace will be potent in evoking a desirable reaction,Externalisation, 174:come forth and rule the world. May the Prince of Peace appear and end the warring of the nations.Externalisation, 174:and Love and Justice be begun. Let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with us." Externalisation, 176:revolt in itself constitutes a menace to world peace and, if evoked into full expression, mayExternalisation, 176:and all hope of an ordered life of beauty, peace and culture. Secondly, the nations not yetExternalisation, 178:neutral powers, frantically pursuing ineffective peace programs, policies of appeasement, and playExternalisation, 179:in it. They contend that thinking thoughts of peace and of love can put the world straight and endExternalisation, 180:enough time in which to do it. The thoughts of peace are mainly founded upon a stubborn idealismExternalisation, 181:We will then deal with the interlude until peace is achieved plus some suggestions for the comingExternalisation, 183:[183] in attitude which will bring an era of peace and goodwill, founded on right human relations.Externalisation, 183:a constant demand for the Allies to state their peace aims and indicate clearly what adjustmentsExternalisation, 185:relations which will produce the happiness and peace of the whole, and not only of the part. Externalisation, 191:nation. One of the first tasks of any future peace conference will be to regulate this matter andExternalisation, 204:after the guns have ceased roaring. The needed peace, reconstruction and rebuilding will then haveExternalisation, 205:linking together of all men of constructive peace aims and goodwill who lay the emphasis upon theExternalisation, 205:right human relations before any lasting peace is possible. This group in no way interferes withExternalisation, 206:The message to be taught prior to any future peace consists of the following three clear andExternalisation, 206:ends the spirit of separativeness and hate. The peace and happiness of each is the concern,Externalisation, 208:of those right attitudes without which no peace can be lasting and justice will not be possible.Externalisation, 208:can be lasting and justice will not be possible. Peace must not be imposed by those who hate war.Externalisation, 208:Peace must not be imposed by those who hate war. Peace must be a natural outcome and expression ofExternalisation, 208:processes and adjustment before the final peace terms are settled by the nations, sitting inExternalisation, 208:will have to shift from a war footing to settled peace activities, and from the organized tensionsExternalisation, 208:of war to the comparative relaxations of peace. Disarmament must go forward as an initial move, butExternalisation, 210:the end of the physical fighting and the final peace settlement. It is to be hoped - for the sakeExternalisation, 215:as the will-to-good is the basis of any possible peace - a goodwill which would negate anyExternalisation, 215:- a goodwill which would negate any premature peace at this time, because the latter would giveExternalisation, 215:aggression. Kindness, the will-to-good and peace - such should be the practical expression and theExternalisation, 216:and of the spiritual Hierarchy, and who desire peace, kindness and goodwill to rule world affairsExternalisation, 216:struggle, reserving themselves for the future peace settlements, longing for the conflict to end,Externalisation, 217:and whose major aspiration is to bring peace and goodwill among men and to see the consummation ofExternalisation, 218:bewildered. A horror of war and a longing for peace are no excuse for slack thinking, nor do theyExternalisation, 220:and will lead to an eventual right and just peace; it will involve also right action upon the partExternalisation, 222:to the appearance of the Christ, to bring peace on earth. Others, more orientally minded, await theExternalisation, 222:Potency to Whom they give the title, "Spirit of Peace." Those with no religious or metaphysicalExternalisation, 224:who [224] hate war, desire quiet, and demand peace and good living conditions. There is, however, aExternalisation, 224:ardently for those conditions which will lead to peace, and yet fight simultaneously so that thoseExternalisation, 224:Light and the actual presence of the Spirit of Peace, and thus negativing a possible divineExternalisation, 231:of right human relations, of true and lasting peace, of liberty of conscience and of free and happyExternalisation, 233:arrest the whirlwind? Will you use prayers for peace, and then patiently wait for the forces ofExternalisation, 233:in human affairs. I would say to those who cry, "Peace, peace when there is no peace": Are youExternalisation, 233:affairs. I would say to those who cry, "Peace, peace when there is no peace": Are you going toExternalisation, 233:to those who cry, "Peace, peace when there is no peace": Are you going to profit by their death andExternalisation, 233:make this argument of importance to you. Are the peace-minded people of the world going to reap theExternalisation, 233:of the world going to reap the benefits of a peace for which they have paid no price? It is theExternalisation, 233:have paid no price? It is the people who value peace above all [234] else who are today seeking byExternalisation, 234:Picture Let me tell you something about the peace for which the Hierarchy works and which theExternalisation, 234:which they are ready to pay the ultimate price. Peace, when it comes, will be the result of rightExternalisation, 234:afterwards those conditions which will guarantee peace. There is no peace on the planet anywhereExternalisation, 234:which will guarantee peace. There is no peace on the planet anywhere today. There is no peace inExternalisation, 234:peace on the planet anywhere today. There is no peace in the questioning hearts of those who areExternalisation, 234:in the struggle against evil. There is no peace in any field of human endeavor. It is not to beExternalisation, 234:the needs of humanity as a whole. There is no peace, and peace will not come through an applied andExternalisation, 234:of humanity as a whole. There is no peace, and peace will not come through an applied and fanaticalExternalisation, 234:horror at what is being done. The same love of peace which inspires the ordinary pacifist inspiresExternalisation, 235:those who are today fighting [235] in order that peace may be the result of their sacrifice and theExternalisation, 237:method of peaceful discussion was tried by the peace-loving peoples of France and Great Britain,Externalisation, 237:the activities of their empires, which live at peace within themselves. They have made manyExternalisation, 237:and the bringing in of the conditions wherein peace can be possible and the new world orderExternalisation, 238:security against the disturbance of the general peace through resort to violence. To this orderExternalisation, 240:behalf of its hope and its vision. Men pray for peace but will not pay the price of peace. CalmlyExternalisation, 240:Men pray for peace but will not pay the price of peace. Calmly praying and leaving the work toExternalisation, 243:passive wishful thinking and expectation of the peace-loving idealist and mystical visionary. TheyExternalisation, 245:resort to prayer and talk about the beauties of peace when the little children in the appropriatedExternalisation, 245:the hands of those who are fighting for world peace and security, preparatory to the inaugurationExternalisation, 250:majority of those who used it turned it into a peace prayer. It was instead a great spiritually
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