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

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Hercules, 218:Life and a vision of an ever-emerging plan and purpose, which embodies the intelligent working outHercules, 226:he gives a guarantee of the strength of his purpose. We might regard these five labors in Aries,Initiation, 11:more with the higher measure. For our present purpose (which is to study somewhat the Path ofInitiation, 14:value underlying the form, and recognizes the purpose of pervading circumstances. It is theInitiation, 19:The whole process is therefore for the purpose of making man consciously one: With himself, andInitiation, 22:found of the first aspect, or embryonic will and purpose; we may call it hereditary instinct, butInitiation, 22:hereditary instinct, but it works out in fact as purpose in nature. It has been wisely stated by H.Initiation, 22:and becomes God-conscious. The great will or purpose of the Logos becomes his. The fostering of theInitiation, 25:now be placed at the service of the race; by a purpose which is enlightened and intelligent, andInitiation, 25:hierarchical plan and thus fitting in with the purpose of the Planetary Logos; and finally they areInitiation, 28:Scriptures of the East. Suffice it for our purpose to say that in the middle of the Lemurian epoch,Initiation, 30:and the transmitters of the energy, force, purpose, and will of the Planetary Logos on his ownInitiation, 38:women been agents for the carrying out of race purpose, for the bringing about of group conditions,Initiation, 42:and forms. To him is committed the will and purpose of the Planetary Logos. He knows what is theInitiation, 74:his words, and who only speaks with altruistic purpose, in order to carry the energy of LoveInitiation, 75:form of the utilization of [75] speech for the purpose of creating on all planes, and the energyInitiation, 90:far ahead. By the study of the process and the purpose he may become aware of the great fundamentalInitiation, 95:these cosmic truths, and its epitomizing of the purpose of this fundamental sacrifice, has aInitiation, 97:involves the apprehension by the human unit of purpose and of will, and his intelligentInitiation, 99:involve the secrets of the mysteries, and no purpose is served by revealing them. Other types ofInitiation, 106:compulsory as are the earlier five, it serves no purpose to enlarge upon his work. TheseInitiation, 111:to the many. If this book serves no other purpose than to spur some one to renewed believingInitiation, 115:but it is revealed also as a fundamental will or purpose, with which the man immediately identifiesInitiation, 115:out in love towards the accomplishment of a purpose which has been hid during the ages in the heartInitiation, 115:during the ages in the heart of the Self. That purpose, being now revealed, can be intelligentlyInitiation, 117:the three worlds he is governed only by will and purpose, self-initiated, and creates his body ofInitiation, 120:he is given an insight into the specific group purpose, and its relation to other groups. He canInitiation, 121:that concerted action and that wise unity in purpose which results in the materialization of theInitiation, 121:initiation there is revealed to the initiate the purpose of the subray of the ray to which heInitiation, 121:not only of his egoic group and its intelligent purpose, but of many other groups, similarlyInitiation, 121:vision includes the revelation of the plan and purpose as it concerns the planet, though as yet theInitiation, 122:time he becomes aware of the extent of planetary purpose and karma within the scheme. His ownInitiation, 122:between the two schemes and the vast dual purpose is revealed to him. It is shown to him how thisInitiation, 122:to him. It is shown to him how this dual purpose must become one united plan, and henceforth heInitiation, 123:to his amazed understanding the fundamental purpose of the solar Logos; for the first time he seesInitiation, 124:expressing himself. In these visions one great purpose underlies them all, - the revelation ofInitiation, 125:the solar Logos at the moment of consummated purpose. [126] Initiation, 129:- Chapter XIII - The Rods of Initiation The Purpose of the Rods of Power In the scepter of a rulingInitiation, 147:described as: A solemn phrase embodying the purpose actuating the initiate, a protestation as toInitiation, 147:with a promise to reveal no part of the realized purpose except in so far as his daily life in theInitiation, 150:Word spoken with power, that is, with the full purpose of the will behind it. Herein, as is known,Initiation, 150:produces eventually that inner dynamic purpose and recollection, or that internal ideation whichInitiation, 151:period of deliberation or meditation wherein the purpose in toto is visualized. Second. They affectInitiation, 155:the word veils the thought or intended idea or purpose, and the sound makes it possible to manifestInitiation, 157:matter, consonant with the clearly defined purpose of the inner God. It is the shining forth of theInitiation, 157:on this. To meditate, and thus arrive at the purpose of the Ego. By thus meditating the firstInitiation, 159:diversified speech - expresses an inner purpose or state of mind, and thus builds a form or vehicleInitiation, 159:agency, according to the underlying motive or purpose of the man, and will carry out his will asInitiation, 193:happiness comes his way or not, if the sole purpose of his life is to serve and save the world, andInitiation, 198:to the great cycles, and the revelation of the purpose underlying pralaya. Until a man comprehendsInitiation, 203:the organized study, by all applicants, of: The purpose of sound. The esoteric meaning of words, ofInitiation, 205:but all is controlled and regulated by purpose and intention, and none is carried away by passionInitiation, 223:various divisions of this, but perhaps for our purpose the best is to enumerate the four asIntellect, 3:call the "Soul" for lack of a better term. The purpose of this book is to deal with the nature andIntellect, 10:of the future and ask the question: "To what purpose shall we put this composite, complex mechanismIntellect, 15:the world of light and beauty, of order and of purpose, about which the world Scriptures speak,Intellect, 21: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education CHAPTER TWO The Purpose ofIntellect, 21:Two - The Purpose of Education CHAPTER TWO The Purpose of Education " is undergoingIntellect, 24: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education Perhaps in the turning of theIntellect, 27: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education Surely there must beIntellect, 30: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education The success of the future ofIntellect, 32: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education This book seeks to deal withIntellect, 36: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education Education has also beenIntellect, 38:progress, regarded as manifestations of Divine Purpose, each higher stage is in turn supernaturalIntellect, 38:attitude, with acknowledgement of Divine Purpose, is supernatural to the ethical attitude in socialIntellect, 39: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education From being something imposedIntellect, 42: From Intellect to Intuition - Chapter Two - The Purpose of Education In the West the emphasis isIntellect, 55:God as love, subjectively, and as plan and as purpose, and it is this that the unification, whichIntellect, 58:without the man being aware of their source or purpose. As a result of their work, he is now anIntellect, 59:Its focus becomes subjective and has for its purpose the emergence into manifestation of thatIntellect, 79:employed runs the golden thread of divine purpose, and the way by which the transfer of the humanIntellect, 86:be profoundly true, but this knowledge serves no purpose unless each educated thinker faces theIntellect, 91:our story and our task. He says: "For the purpose of realizing the nature of the Self, we have hadIntellect, 102:page 37. Here we have the idea of the divine purpose, the universal mind, of that human mentalityIntellect, 109:thought. The seed thought has been chosen for a purpose, - either for its effect on the meditatorIntellect, 111:is intended that the mind should serve a similar purpose. This is summarized for us by MeisterIntellect, 113:of a particular form. Meditation upon the purpose of a particular form. Meditation upon the lifeIntellect, 113:and that idea has behind it, in its turn, a purpose or impulse inconceivable as yet. The threeIntellect, 115:manifestation. This can be regarded as the purpose which prompted the idea and led to its emanationIntellect, 122:this world-plan is a manifestation of Divine Purpose... We too are manifestations of Spirit whichIntellect, 123:Life, Mind, and Spirit, page 32. God reveals His purpose through the activity of the form. He doesIntellect, 128:Translator's Preface. Through attention to life purpose, through concentration on life work,Intellect, 165:also with all minds through which that Divine Purpose we call God may be working. In this way weIntellect, 181:Let us regard God as that "High and Unknown Purpose" which can be recognized as the sumtotal of allIntellect, 182:entered into a new state of being, the Divine Purpose and Plan stands revealed to them. They canIntellect, 223:psychic, but this may have its place and purpose, if he classes himself as a research experimenter.Intellect, 237:thinker to be identified with it, will serve a purpose similar to a technical outline. Any noun,Intellect, 238:The form will be studied as to its quality and purpose, and all can in time be traced back to anIntellect, 238:instantaneous, the student can start with the purpose aspect, or with the underlying idea whichIntellect, 240:to the world the synthetic Plan and the Divine Purpose. Thus shall we find the thread of gold whichMagic, 9:the object for which life takes form and the purpose of manifested being is the unfoldment ofMagic, 10:of nature, is the expression of the life, purpose and type of activity of some being or existence,Magic, 10:a life. These springs of action lie hid in the purpose of any life, whether it be a solar life, aMagic, 11:a superior being who, [11] gifted with purpose, and aided by intelligence, is so coordinating hisMagic, 11:that that impulse demonstrates an intelligent purpose, wisely directed, and based on love. He thenMagic, 26:through steady expansive growth, the nature and purpose of that which is neither body nor soul,Magic, 29:for they have an understanding of life and its purpose and are so identified with the lifeMagic, 30:- as the Christian calls it, - performs the same purpose in the universe and produces thatMagic, 30:ill a triple manner: As the directional will, purpose, basic incentive. This is the dynamic energyMagic, 39:soul can express, and which is adequate for the purpose of enabling the spiritual man to cooperate
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