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Fire, 665:of the lower planes (those with whom man is peculiarly connected). They can be divided into certainFire, 667:of the Seventh Order." The seventh order is peculiarly linked to the devas of the first order onFire, 677:instinct, back of physical sex desire. They were peculiarly dominant in the fourth root-race, atFire, 678:this emanates from the "Heart of the Sun" and is peculiarly potent. All the planes are subjected toFire, 758:for His use, as the force He carries requires a peculiarly resilient instrument, but dueFire, 891:resemblance to the human. They have bodies of a peculiarly gross kind, which might be regarded asFire, 919:bodies of the Raja Lord of the plane and in a peculiarly occult sense these seven form (in theirFire, 1099:Hierarchy, that of the human monads, and this is peculiarly the case in connection with the mentalFire, 1111:of petals when in activity; this second tier is peculiarly instinctive with the life and quality ofFire, 1115:atom. The energy thus originating is of a peculiarly interesting kind being the basic energy of allFire, 1133:of limited manifestation. The subject [1133] is peculiarly abstruse, particularly where theFire, 1198:third Creative Hierarchy (or the eighth) is a peculiarly interesting one. They are called "theFire, 1204:through love, and in their turn these lives are peculiarly close to the great Heart of Love of theGlamour, 138:which recognizes God immanent in all nature and peculiarly expressing that divinity in man, isGlamour, 223:them and the vision. Fourth ray people are peculiarly prone to fall into glamor and thus to produceHealing, 149:related to the first ray. The sixth is peculiarly linked to the third ray and the third aspect ofHealing, 169:center is being rapidly awakened. This center is peculiarly related to two other centers: The heartHealing, 199:to planetary conditions inducing epidemics of a peculiarly virulent nature such as war oftHealing, 222:it cannot be avoided. The urge to mate becomes peculiarly strong when men are removed from theirHealing, 223:potent; the centers below the diaphragm become peculiarly energized; the emotional demandsHealing, 397:to the experience of "restitution." This is a peculiarly occult word, largely used by the initiateHealing, 474:The blood stream becomes affected in a peculiarly occult manner. The "blood is the life," we areHercules, 66:the sign of the intellect and it has a peculiarly vital effect in our Aryan race. In this race theMagic, 239:we become dominated by it. Second ray people are peculiarly a prey to this. For the majority ofMagic, 267:I express this truth in these words as it serves peculiarly to make the distinction clear and yetMagic, 571:at a knowledge of those forces which are peculiarly potent in his life and which seem to direct hisPatanjali, 354:too of profound unfoldments, but they are peculiarly hidden in [355] the mysteries of initiation,Psychology1, 44:In the vegetable kingdom the second ray is peculiarly active, producing among other things thePsychology1, 45:substance. The third ray is, in its turn, peculiarly related to the animal kingdom, producing thePsychology1, 76:His manifestation on this fifth plane, which is peculiarly His, He symbolizes the three aspects inPsychology1, 126:the two is indicative of some measure which is peculiarly his own. Every unit of the human race isPsychology1, 227:on the seventh plane (as is now the case), is peculiarly potent, and its effect upon the mineralPsychology1, 319:Influences: Two rays of divine energy are peculiarly active in bringing this kingdom intoPsychology1, 333:The national ray, or that ray influence which is peculiarly influencing a particular nation. ThePsychology1, 336:for astrologers. You will note therefore how peculiarly this Earth on which we live is suited toPsychology1, 358:and long intervals, and each time they come a peculiarly significant period of divine activity isPsychology1, 429:The national ray, or that ray influence which is peculiarly influencing a particular nation. ThePsychology2, 97:characteristics of the ray Lives condition most peculiarly the method of expressing sacrifice,Psychology2, 109:here that aspect of the second ray which is peculiarly concerned with form, and which constitutesPsychology2, 236:The work of the Hierarchy at this time is peculiarly connected with this, and They, and all of us,Psychology2, 277:and became the Enlightened One. There is one peculiarly interesting point which can perhaps be madePsychology2, 373:of astral psychic life, the sixth plane, he is peculiarly sensitive to his own reactions and to thePsychology2, 456:kind, requiring careful handling. It is also peculiarly difficult to handle, as the early stagesPsychology2, 457:the man becomes a psychological problem. This is peculiarly one of the problems of integration, forPsychology2, 480:citizens. The Problem of Guidance is a peculiarly difficult one to handle, for it is based on anPsychology2, 613:powerful, because the second ray is connected peculiarly with vision and with light. It will bePsychology2, 614:then much progress will take place. This will be peculiarly so, if the problems of adolescence areRays, 89:Christ, seeks to express itself in some act of peculiarly useful service to humanity. This serviceRays, 94:pour light and healing energy upon the Earth and peculiarly into the consciousness of men. I am notRays, 96:Wheel must onward move and turn. This is a rule peculiarly related to the fourth CreativeRays, 96:root-race can sense and approximate it. It is peculiarly related also to the quaternary to which weRays, 234:with the sixth ray energy, with which it peculiarly "coincided," as it is esoterically [235]Rays, 238:is the Ashram of Sanat Kumara Himself, is coming peculiarly and in a new sense under the influenceRays, 270:the personality. The throat center, which is peculiarly active today in all human beings; thisRays, 297:service - renders the task of the initiate peculiarly difficult. He has to hold two attitudesRays, 304:three aspects of the Spiritual Triad. This is peculiarly so in connection with the two [305] wordsRays, 404:solar system via the Heart of the Sun and are peculiarly amenable to magnetic attraction andRays, 408:Path is, as I said, not large; the training is peculiarly arduous and is followed, when opportunityRays, 411:course of man's spiritual history was most peculiarly altered. This had not been anticipated, for -Rays, 421:Himself is on It should be remembered as this peculiarly abstruse subject is approached that theRays, 421:meet and blend. Our Solar Logos also plays a peculiarly interesting part in the development of ourRays, 428:our particular theme in this instruction is peculiarly apposite. There is a great deal of glamor inRays, 559:four Rays of Attribute, because these rays are peculiarly and uniquely related to the fourthRays, 569:to his interpretation of life events. These are peculiarly the reactions which attend the firstRays, 578:years conditioned human experience and is peculiarly fitted to blend with and complement this sixthRays, 590:mental condition. [590] The energy of what is so peculiarly called "concrete science" is theRays, 628:In the United States, this fourth energy is peculiarly active, because of the conflict of races,Rays, 639:factor in human affairs at all times, and peculiarly today. The Principle of Conflict is the agentRays, 684:of them all. From one particular angle, it is peculiarly related to the fifth Initiation ofReappearance, 46:of our planet, and the Festival in June, peculiarly the Festival of the Christ, when He - as leaderReappearance, 91:[91] of human experience. This type of energy is peculiarly creative in nature and carries theReappearance, 93:type of energy that the Avatar of Synthesis is peculiarly allied. He will convey to humanity, withReappearance, 172:human relations. The problem is, therefore, a peculiarly hard one, for the spiritual workers of theSoul, 83:determined by its past karma, and has its own peculiarly associated ignorance (avidya). The ego isSoul, 123:often rashly undertaken, is apt to result in a peculiarly intractable form of nervous disease.Telepathy, 59:art of all responsiveness to phenomena and is peculiarly applied to the reaction, the recognition,Telepathy, 90:upon the cosmic mental planes. These points are peculiarly difficult for men to grasp at this timeTelepathy, 90:conditioned by human free will, effective peculiarly in the timing process. He may learn rapidlyTelepathy, 99:the development of emotional sensitivity is peculiarly and almost unnaturally strong. It isTelepathy, 137:primarily to seventh ray influence, and this is peculiarly the case now as the seventh ray is inTelepathy, 145:to be found permeating every single part. It is peculiarly associated at this time with the nervousTelepathy, 148:which exist are those in consciousness, and peculiarly so in the consciousness of man and of the
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