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

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Astrology, 53:the seven planetary Logoi. This marks a point of perfection. These extraneous energies (I referAstrology, 112:twelve. Hence ten is regarded as the number of perfection. There is confusion in the minds of someAstrology, 254:three expressions are brought to the needed perfection in Leo, the sign of the individual,Astrology, 286:of the mysterious number, ten - the number of perfection, a relative perfection, prior to enteringAstrology, 286:ten - the number of perfection, a relative perfection, prior to entering into a new cycle ofAstrology, 290:life of humanity and it demonstrates finally the perfection or consummation of the human way.Astrology, 309:Discipline imposed by himself leads to the perfection of which he is notably capable. It is thisAstrology, 324:to physical incarnation. The first is that if perfection has not been achieved then the soul mustAstrology, 324:It is not the need for achieving an ultimate perfection which goads the ego on to experience inAstrology, 341:the psychic nature) reach an eventual concrete perfection in Capricorn to become again in CancerAstrology, 391:octave of manifestation. Thus is shown the perfection of the sublimation process, for aspirationAstrology, 565:in His life - a thing hitherto unknown in the perfection which He displayed - a perfection ofAstrology, 565:unknown in the perfection which He displayed - a perfection of perfect responsiveness and perfectAstrology, 566:signs of the Fixed Cross, Christ demonstrated perfection. [567] Astrology, 599:and co-equal. That is the reason why human perfection is carried forward consciously upon theAstrology, 631:the highest" is the enunciation of its ultimate perfection and triumph. Can more be said anent thisAstrology, 657:then cosmic evil will be negated and a relative perfection achieved." (C.F. 990) "Great waves ofAstrology, 675:and has nearly brought the fourth kingdom to perfection." (C. F. 742) Atom, 21:develops, and brings all to an ultimate perfection. This is that Perfection which is inherent inAtom, 21:all to an ultimate perfection. This is that Perfection which is inherent in matter itself, and theAtom, 22:gradually bringing order out of chaos; ultimate perfection out of temporary imperfection; good outAtom, 26:or the human atom); the second stage grows to perfection by the sacrifice of the unit to the goodAtom, 103:image of God, and will some day produce it in perfection. He is the one who is seeking toAtom, 105:if we were not regarded as having attained perfection, or having achieved the goal), we are most ofAtom, 111:great ascetic, in whom is centered the highest perfection of austere penance and abstractAtom, 134:aspect of man was carried to a high stage of perfection. Later in the great race which precededAutobiography, 17:and the incentive which drives us all on towards perfection - a perfection which eventuallyAutobiography, 17:which drives us all on towards perfection - a perfection which eventually receives the accolade ofAutobiography, 268:attainment of the individual and upon individual perfection. The new schools, now forming, areAutobiography, 295:the way to that attainment. That an ultimate perfection (though relative in nature) is possible forBethlehem, 3:and of old and dusty traditions? As to the perfection of the portrayed character of Christ there isBethlehem, 18:same time He demonstrated to human beings the perfection of the task which each man could carryBethlehem, 21:the cosmic Christ, manifest as the urge towards perfection in all the kingdoms of nature, provesBethlehem, 22:(St. Matt., III, 11.) The Transfiguration. There perfection is for the first time demonstrated, andBethlehem, 22:and there the divine possibility of such perfection is proven to the disciples. The command [23]Bethlehem, 74:already gained this knowledge or already reached perfection. But I press on, striving to lay holdBethlehem, 80:tread the Path of holiness, and to achieve that perfection to which His life challenges us and forBethlehem, 88:number thirty testifies. Ten is the number of perfection, and thirty testifies to perfection in allBethlehem, 88:number of perfection, and thirty testifies to perfection in all three parts of the equipment of theBethlehem, 90:it was the basis and the result of His achieved perfection; it was the incentive and impulsion toBethlehem, 92:for all men. His life was the demonstration of a perfection such as the world had never previouslyBethlehem, 92:us to show, and commanded us to demonstrate the perfection of which He was the embodiment. HeBethlehem, 95:about as follows: He unified in Himself to perfection the physical, emotional and mental aspects ofBethlehem, 107:moral greatness as well as His divinity and His perfection as man attaining maturity. He had toBethlehem, 113:Himself; and thus identifying Himself with perfection, He gives us a presentation of a human beingBethlehem, 114:have succeeded with the completeness and the perfection of Christ. Bethlehem, 114:in them... In desiring a highly developed perfection we are desiring to be something which can noBethlehem, 116:God, such as the Christ, or for the man nearing perfection, the problem must be handled as a whole,Bethlehem, 124:as the symbol of the disciple on his way towards perfection) faced a similar issue with courage,Bethlehem, 127:that has been carried to a high degree of perfection and which has established a unity between theBethlehem, 131:before God and man, and to Himself, His perfection. He emerged from the wilderness experienceBethlehem, 142:met in Him, and resulted in a synthesis of such perfection that, for all time, He determined theBethlehem, 161:to Heaven. He came to show us the real nature of perfection and how, in human form, divinity mightBethlehem, 163:Transfiguration initiation and the nature of the perfection then revealed who can follow along withBethlehem, 163:is rendered perfectly by those whose inner perfection is approximate to Christ's and whose livesBethlehem, 176:perfected humanity, are discernible. It is this perfection which is of importance. One of the firstBethlehem, 186:already gained this knowledge or already reached perfection, but I press on." (Phil., III, 10, 11,Bethlehem, 207:the eternal God-Man, the Savior of the world. In perfection He fulfiled the will of God, and saidBethlehem, 209:the kingdom of God. The effort to carry out to perfection the will of God brought to an end theBethlehem, 218:John typifies the personality which is reaching perfection and whose nature is becoming irradiatedBethlehem, 219:of a personality carried to a very high state of perfection and realization. Then for three longBethlehem, 223:go. He had demonstrated to us the nature of perfection. There was [224] no more that He could thenBethlehem, 226:neither attain happiness without suffering, nor perfection without the sacrifice of itself."Bethlehem, 249:unprejudiced student. In the last analysis, if perfection is to be ultimately achieved, theBethlehem, 249:again and again we return, until we have reached perfection. The goal remains one. The objective isBethlehem, 250:of lives upon our planet, leading to an ultimate perfection, or the Buddhistic theory leading toBethlehem, 251:spiritually civilized, and the attainment of the perfection which Christ inculcated. There is alsoBethlehem, 251:germ of essential life which flowered forth to perfection in Him, overcoming the tendency to deathBethlehem, 260:consciousness. He gave us a demonstration of perfection so that we can no longer question theBethlehem, 262:program for the solution of the problem of human perfection, the problem of a new world, and theBethlehem, 266:in man could be and do. The achievement of human perfection is not the simple matter of building aBethlehem, 271:obedience to the command that we achieve perfection. But the motive must be the one that incitedBethlehem, 274:are, as we have seen, first, the achieving of perfection and its [275] demonstrating through theBethlehem, 277:capable of producing something of far greater perfection than humanity, and if the life which poursBethlehem, 277:will not fail us. But revelation of the ultimate perfection, whatever that may be (and we shouldBethlehem, 277:the inner Plan by equipping ourselves towards perfection, in order that God may "see of the travailBethlehem, 280:and again, here one and there another, achieved perfection and disappeared from human view. TheBethlehem, 281:They are occupied with the processes of self-perfection and self-purification because they seek toBethlehem, 283:that He had attained unto the last stage of perfection the Buddha was about to abandon existence inBethlehem, 283:'Stay,' mused the Enlightened One, 'the state of perfection I am entering is but perfection ofBethlehem, 283:'the state of perfection I am entering is but perfection of myself, a unique perfection, myBethlehem, 283:entering is but perfection of myself, a unique perfection, my wholeness is a unique wholeness; notBethlehem, 283:their suffering. 'The way of life unto perfection I have, in truth and in deed, illuminated forBethlehem, 283:can they tread that way without me? 'The unique perfection of myself I dreamed, the perfection ofBethlehem, 283:'The unique perfection of myself I dreamed, the perfection of my own character and personality isBethlehem, 284:other, an everlasting way of life to tread to perfection of each, of all." - Eros and Psyche, byDestiny, 38:and attributes, but in three of them a certain perfection of presentation was achieved which (asDestiny, 38:illumination but not yet having developed to perfection all the attributes of divinity; the Christ,Destiny, 38:That ahead of the race may lie a still higher perfection than that attained by any of theseDestiny, 38:three, however, we have three instances of a perfection which lies far ahead for the majority ofDiscipleship1, XII:pledged disciple one is, therefore, set apart by perfection of character and isolated by theDiscipleship1, XV:these people will have achieved a self-initiated perfection (even if relative in nature) and willDiscipleship1, 35:and some ambition. This is natural, for no perfection is yet to be expected among disciples. IfDiscipleship1, 35:is yet to be expected among disciples. If perfection existed, you would all be found working in aDiscipleship1, 44:and the Buddha, who combined both ways in their perfection and who towered above their fellowmenDiscipleship1, 183:life-appointed task; in the performance and the perfection of duty is to be found a sense ofDiscipleship1, 224:of your soul and hinder the ripening to perfection of your truly dedicated life? Ponder upon theseDiscipleship1, 242:Each of you must work towards such a relative perfection so that your contribution may be of valueDiscipleship1, 267:may be a failing to meet the requirements with perfection; there may come cycles of aridity and ofDiscipleship1, 437:your intended task for us with the desired perfection. Your work is along the lines of radiation
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