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

PERSONAL
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personalities


Patanjali, 302:man, the microcosm, the correspondences are: The personal physical man - body - intelligent form.Patanjali, 320:inability of the soul to distinguish between the personal self and the purusha (or spirit). ThePatanjali, 321:the lower nature and the higher, between the personal self (functioning as a physical, anPatanjali, 348:the use of four terms to express this lower personal self. The occultist never concerns himselfPatanjali, 349:of low vibration. Then the highest aspect of the personal self, the mental body will vibrate to thePatanjali, 353:of the alignment process. His triple personal self has been purified, adjusted and controlled. EachPatanjali, 357:discriminate between the true self and the lower personal self he disentangles himself, the lightPatanjali, 395:activities are something which are not only personal and real, but which are also part of thePatanjali, 396:previous books is lifted from the realm of the personal and the individual, and becomes wider,Patanjali, 400:by the ability of the true man to influence that personal self, bend it to the higher ends andProblems, 48:of individual desire upon group requirements for personal gain, will emerge in right perspectiveProblems, 59:also in an appeal for his individual effort and personal contribution. The above in no way impliesProblems, 71:of huge corporations who work for corporate or personal gain. They are not interested in benefitingProblems, 87:his brother; it makes him consider his selfish, personal interests as of paramount importance; itProblems, 112:- vociferous in their demand for their own personal freedom and insistent upon the defense of theProblems, 125:down the ages men have sought to foist their personal, religious interpretations of truth, of [126]Problems, 145:out from under doctrinal authority into direct, personal and spiritual experience; they are comingProblems, 149:Whole and not to individual man alone and his personal salvation. It is an extension of theProblems, 157:in the West (with its emphatically selfish note, personal liberation and personal satisfaction) isProblems, 157:selfish note, personal liberation and personal satisfaction) is likewise causing a revolt.Problems, 180:who will recognize these principles as their personal directing ideal, and who will endeavor toPsychology1, xvii:for the future and for humanity, and not for the personal unfoldment of any particular aspirant.Psychology1, xx:making of real sacrifices and the giving up of personal wishes and desires in order that groupPsychology1, xxi:in himself, in his own unfoldment and his own personal fate, and all aspirants who become acceptedPsychology1, 24:of [24] personality and perforce employ the personal pronoun, I must not be accused ofPsychology1, 56:atoms, composing the tangible appearance. The personal soul or the subtle coherent sum total whichPsychology1, 82:going on, and hence also the imposition of personal authority to enforce an individual's idea ofPsychology1, 89:ardor of aspiration, and of the sacrifice of the personal self for the good of all, with the objectPsychology1, 106:salvaging the world. They have not the time for personal work, except with Their own groups ofPsychology1, 106:two groups, during this century, They do no personal work, leaving the many aspirants to the carePsychology1, 106:initiates and chelas. Even Their work and Their personal chelas at this time are much restricted,Psychology1, 109:of communications, of inspired writings, and of personal messages and teaching. When you add to thePsychology1, 111:is that which is of moment, and not your own personal growth or development, nor your ownPsychology1, 112:contact, of personality attention and of personal messages are over, and have been over for quite aPsychology1, 115:to preserve the group balance, and not on any personal interest in the individual. In thisPsychology1, 116:mental levels. You are still too destructive and personal; you would be apt to hurt the group andPsychology1, 169:of the Hierarchy ruling over that planet. This personal ray is an important factor in the characterPsychology1, 169:have passed lifetimes again and again under the personal influence of all the seven rays. [170] Psychology1, 171:world. To this end, all the Masters put Their personal groups of disciples in touch with eachPsychology1, 180:thinking. Racial antipathies are spread, and personal preferences and illusions find expression,Psychology1, 181:stocked and equipped; they will be free from personal ambition and selfishness, animated by love ofPsychology1, 188:the giving by those who can give only at great personal cost. Others give of what they can sparePsychology1, 209:religious instincts and impulses, and of intense personal feeling; nothing is taken equably.Psychology1, 209:or it may be to a cause. He must always have a "personal God," an incarnation of Deity to adore.Psychology1, 231:based upon emotion of some kind or another. Personal ambition, the desire (sometimes unrecognized)Psychology1, 250:The sufferings of humanity are primarily personal; of God, they are pre-eminently impersonal andPsychology1, 276:with unsatisfying explanations, based often on personal prejudice and predilection. But seldom is aPsychology1, 291:drama of sex, re-enacted in man. Thus in his personal life he three times knows the meaning ofPsychology1, 291:race, we shall see these powers prostituted to personal ends and ambitions, and to consequentPsychology1, 292:have seen the power of sex prostituted [292] to personal satisfaction and selfishness andPsychology1, 301:are, in the mass, primarily directed towards personal selfishness. Have you ever considered whatPsychology1, 302:growing out of chaos, group love superseding personal selfishness, religious unity taking the placePsychology1, 303:the unit will slowly learn to subordinate the personal good and the personal pleasure to groupPsychology1, 303:learn to subordinate the personal good and the personal pleasure to group conditions and groupPsychology1, 315:at work in the world today will submerge their personal interests in the task immediately ahead, wePsychology1, 332:The influences which determine him are his own personal and soul rays which play upon him andPsychology1, 389:noting how they work out in relation to the rays personal and egoic of the different nations. TakePsychology1, 393:time is expressed in terms of sentiment and of personal desire. It is capable of being translatedPsychology1, 402:the three aspects or rays of the lower personal self. When the personality ray becomes pronouncedPsychology2, 10:and are developing that spirit or sense of personal integrity or wholeness which will eventuate inPsychology2, 11:prompt mass obedience to imposed limitations of personal liberty, without due understanding of thePsychology2, 12:purpose must be accomplished in three ways: By personal, imposed identification with the group,Psychology2, 14:attention can be paid to all that concerns the personal self and its aims. This spells personalityPsychology2, 15:never robust, bodily health, and great charm and personal outer gifts. Psychology2, 16:for past, necessarily self-interested and personal ambition, the needs of the group and the goal ofPsychology2, 18:of the dominant self-assertive man, the personal self. The personality rays then become one ray andPsychology2, 18:deeper control over each of us, and this, at any personal cost and sacrifice, should be ourPsychology2, 19:with the group and the absorption of the personal and individual into the Whole, characterize thisPsychology2, 32:to Nirvana, from the life-conditioning of the personal Ego to that of the group soul, and thence toPsychology2, 43:pairs of opposites. [43] Intense capacity to be personal and emphasize personalities, leading to:Psychology2, 44:must learn the same lesson of attention to personal perfection and to personal work through thePsychology2, 44:of attention to personal perfection and to personal work through the means of that inner silencePsychology2, 58:preparing in the quarry of the form life, the personal life. Here, therefore, are indicated twoPsychology2, 67:(speaking symbolically) which exists between the personal lower self and the higher Self, as thePsychology2, 68:four types of energy form what we call the lower personal self, but it is the higher mental aspectPsychology2, 77:Son. The application and use of energy for personal, selfish intent. [78] Personality life, withPsychology2, 88:sacrifice is wielded with the selfish intent of personal and individual salvation. But thePsychology2, 94:to demonstrate to man the sacrifice and death of personal desire (to mention only two of thePsychology2, 100:first from a selfish motive (the avoiding of personal distress at the sight of suffering), andPsychology2, 102:with the above, and to establish their personal formulae. This should be done in conjunction with aPsychology2, 104:the soul has identified itself with the lower personal self, and through the agency of that lowerPsychology2, 104:its tie and its gain through contact with the personal self, but it has [105] most definitely toPsychology2, 105:most definitely to relinquish its tie with other personal selves. It must learn to know and to meetPsychology2, 105:little for themselves and may have learnt much personal detachment. Little may they cherish thePsychology2, 105:they cherish the gain of contact with the lower personal self. They are learning to transcend allPsychology2, 105:a higher and a truer phase. They rise above the personal, and find again - after felt loss andPsychology2, 106:The relation between disciples is egoic and not personal. The link is of the soul and not of thePsychology2, 107:through lessons learnt. That necessarily must be personal and individual. But the work itself isPsychology2, 109:inevitably lead all disciples to relinquish the personal in favor of the universal and of the soul,Psychology2, 113:to be grasped is that in this work, there is no personal ambition implied, even of spiritual naturePsychology2, 113:implied, even of spiritual nature and no personal union sought. This is not the mystical union ofPsychology2, 115:the importance of this period, nor have they any personal knowledge of the situation as it is herePsychology2, 119:serves the group by a forced negation of his personal self. His own ideas, his own personal wellPsychology2, 119:of his personal self. His own ideas, his own personal well being and his own individuality arePsychology2, 126:seek to impose their ideas of service and their personal techniques upon other aspirants. They mayPsychology2, 128:The mind element is too active. When the personal lower self is subordinated to the higher rhythmsPsychology2, 129:and there will be peace and harmony within the personal field of service. Let the "Spirit of GoodPsychology2, 133:a tendency to turn away from the things of the personal self to the larger issues of the group, aPsychology2, 136:the world, provided his vision is not blurred by personal ambition nor his activity such that itPsychology2, 136:by the idea, for instance, of his amazing personal contacts, whereas he has only contacted some
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