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

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Magic, 140:Leadership does not come to those who place the personal self and its position and power before theMagic, 161:achieved a fair measure of self-control and of personal disinterestedness. They are not the victimsMagic, 170:which is en rapport with the Master and not the personal self. His problem, therefore, becomesMagic, 177:other of the following ways: 1. They write from personal knowledge, and therefore employ theirMagic, 180:words, but in the case of those who write from personal knowledge the errors in expression will beMagic, 205:where there is wrong motive, such as desire for personal growth and for spiritual powers, for itMagic, 229:and laying no emphasis upon the ambitions of the personal self. Clear discrimination of these twoMagic, 261:to emphasize the essentials. A submergence of personal ambition and interest in the furthering ofMagic, 280:cycle and life period; the subordinating of his personal dharma and ideas to the need and serviceMagic, 280:of strength, and of coordination between the personal self and the soul which will result inMagic, 301:it and to re-enter. In a few cases, great personal love for those left behind or the non-fulfilmentMagic, 306:physical and incident to a world situation or a personal situation. We might therefore studyMagic, 322:problems call for attention - problems which are personal or racial and which all concern theMagic, 326:on experience, and authority will give place to personal appreciation of Reality. The power of theMagic, 358:that public opinion is proverbially molded by personal and selfish interests may be only too sadlyMagic, 362:disciple's ray and of his subray, both egoic and personal, and recognizing any karma that still mayMagic, 369:follows upon an earlier stage wherein the personal self is at-oned with the soul. ThereforeMagic, 369:metaphors and terminologies must perforce be personal and related to the world of the senses. DoesMagic, 398:been given out to the masses, - at what cost and personal sacrifice those masses will never know.Magic, 410:unique example. They stood for freedom and the personal right to know. These latter groups haveMagic, 418:the emphasis laid by them upon personalities. If personal ambition seems to govern theirMagic, 419:They are not interested in having any personal authority, nor do they rest back upon traditionalMagic, 426:sense of separateness; they will be unaware of personal or of group ambition; they will recognizeMagic, 427:nor in laying the emphasis upon their own personal growth. They will be well aware that response toMagic, 432:state and has left it far behind. He (using the personal pronoun simply for the sake ofMagic, 481:around his own aggrandizement, focused on his personal acquisition of possessions, and directedMagic, 482:a submergence of the wishes of the [482] personal self and the manifestation of a loving spiritMagic, 489:difficulty, for it has its seat in the selfish personal life, and is oft-times so fluidic that itMagic, 490:ray, being subsequently built into form by his personal separative mind. He lives but for thatMagic, 542:similarity, and colored by selfish intent and personal behest, and based upon likes and dislikes,Magic, 552:cause of evolution, or they will be animated by personal intent, characterized by separated,Magic, 555:It is hopeless to attempt to avoid the use of personal pronouns when talking pictorially andMagic, 558:Such pure motive can be entirely selfish and personal, or unselfish and spiritual, and in between,Magic, 571:use and which constitute the sum total of his personal, mental, sentient and vital energies, andMagic, 572:from that high place to direct the life of the personal self. The power to pass through the variousMagic, 573:or transmit. Through a close study of [573] his personal "effect" upon his fellowmen, as he livesMagic, 574:Similarly, if he is using third ray force, in a personal manner, he will be devious in hisMagic, 580:with the Plan Universal, or the plan selfish and personal then you will work consciously and willMagic, 583:to submerge [583] and to lose sight of the personal lower self in the task of world guidance, underMagic, 588:even though it has no bearing on the matter of personal training, that this method, first of a longMagic, 620:no real means of communication, except that of personal contact, which was frequently impossible. Magic, 620:they find that this relatively new attitude of personal detachment is tending to solve their ownMagic, 620:detachment is tending to solve their own personal problems? [621] Can they register an increasingMagic, 623:is self sought and formulated on a background of personal ambition and love of power, even if onlyMagic, 625:the time be influenced subjectively by love of personal power, individual ambition, jealousy ofMagic, 635:of clarity of thought as to their own personal and immediate problems and primarily the problem asMagic, 636:impersonality. This is done by eliminating personal ambition and love of power. The refusal to payMeditationexception of certain parts which have a purely personal application, those having reference to aMeditation, 21:When this is done, every effort of the personal life may apparently (in one particular incarnation)Meditation, 31:of the Personality, sucking the good out of the personal life and storing it in the body of theMeditation, 32:has been reared, and each stone quarried in the personal life. On the Path, in each of its twoMeditation, 35:but that is all until the time comes when the personal life reaches a point where it has somewhatMeditation, 35:first brought perfected from the quarry of the personal life, and the first colors are painted inMeditation, 85:do not control him. This may demonstrate in the personal life on the physical plane as intellectualMeditation, 94:most closely connected with the man's own personal life, and which are dependent upon his threeMeditation, 134:seek to break down all opposition and for the personal self acquire that which they desire. [135]Meditation, 154:trouble almost completely obviated in the personal life. National or group karma occasionallyMeditation, 154:Ends Until now we have dealt more with the personal aspects of meditation, and have considered theMeditation, 161:he desires not to escape disease for his own personal benefit, only then will the formulas work inMeditation, 192:a triple effect, destructive, constructive and personal, - if I might so express it - or actingMeditation, 204:daily living. By conformance to the law is the personal life transmuted... Take for instance theMeditation, 215:the Ego, pours unimpeded down into the personal life, then comes fruition and harvest. TheMeditation, 215:of vibration) comes the ability to understand personal vibration, to attune that vibration to theMeditation, 222:application of all indicated truth to his personal life of service in the three worlds, and that heMeditation, 259:of polarization from the three atoms of the personal life - as included in the causal body - intoMeditation, 272:not be a "son of a Master." Discipleship is a personal relationship, governed by terms of karma andMeditation, 298:of the causal level. The absence of a Master in personal presence, able and equipped to teach theMeditation, 317:capacity to serve) will all be available for his personal inspection, though to no one else. HeMeditation, 332:and empties it into the great city of the personal physical plane life. Then, as progress is made,Meditation, 332:the three worlds, and all is over as regards the personal life, - naught remains but the life ofMeditation, 344:into the furtherance of that end. A definite personal goal of achievement, some great ideal - suchMeditation, 344:proceeds steadily. But nevertheless the aim of personal progress remains secondary. Meditation, 349:in these few words: The sacrifice of the personal self for the good of the One Self. The method mayMeditation, 349:Master gathers the disciples and aspirants for personal instruction. Atma The Universal Spirit; theMeditation, 354:the attainment of something which gratifies a personal desire. Kumaras The highest sevenMeditation, 357:through any particular globe is, in reality, the personal God of the planet. Prakriti Derives itsPatanjali, 9:the higher. When the second aspect of the lower personal self, the emotional body, is subjugated orPatanjali, 10:Equally, when the first aspect of the lower personal self, the mental body, is restrained, then thePatanjali, 15:The mental body, the highest aspect of the lower personal self. The mental body itself has fivePatanjali, 21:the Threshold!" Being created [21] by the lower personal self and not by the soul, it isPatanjali, 76:our attitude to all the reactions of the lower personal self. The comprehensiveness of this sutraPatanjali, 123:and general term covering the relation of the personal self to the higher self, the Ishvara orPatanjali, 128:the field for the seeds and in the soil of the personal life in the three worlds do these seedsPatanjali, 129:reason evil exists, the reason selfishness and personal desires of any kind are evident, is foundPatanjali, 134:will of the ego or soul. This brings into the personal self on the physical plane a recognition ofPatanjali, 136:and of extreme ignorance coupled with desire for personal gain which produced hatred of Abel in thePatanjali, 148:of inertia (or tamas) characterizes the lower personal self, the sheaths of the threefold lowerPatanjali, 158:It is this which produces the sense of personal reality and of one's being a separated unit ofPatanjali, 163:can transmit to the physical brain of the lower personal self (the reflection in the world ofPatanjali, 167:reaches its apotheosis. It is the era of the personal self, not of the spiritual Self. ThisPatanjali, 170:training and discipline administered to the personal lower self by the soul, directed by his guruPatanjali, 187:these five rules govern the life of the lower personal self and form the basis of character. ThePatanjali, 190:triple in its manifestation, bringing that lower personal self into a life of obedience to thePatanjali, 226:This triple process brings the entire lower personal man into a condition, first of rhythmicPatanjali, 234:the form), and is unaware of separateness or the personal self, this is contemplation or samadhi.Patanjali, 234:inability of the soul to distinguish between the personal self and the purusha (or spirit). ThePatanjali, 245:and thus to build them into the content of the personal life, Mental concepts or those ideas whichPatanjali, 248:form), and is unaware of separateness or of the personal self, this is contemplation or samadhi.Patanjali, 249:effort of the mind to submit to the brain of the personal self that which will enable it toPatanjali, 249:All sense of separateness or of the lower personal self are lost sight of, and he becomes
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