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

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Discipleship1, 725:and points of view of the more advanced? These questions prove a fundamental [726] problem in allDiscipleship1, 733:that they grow by the answering of their own questions; the task of the Master is not to answerDiscipleship1, 733:the task of the Master is not to answer questions which, given a little time or thought, theDiscipleship1, 733:therefore, how important this entire problem of questions can be and how, in a Master's Ashram orDiscipleship1, 734:the responsiveness of the membership to the questions, registered either by the individual discipleDiscipleship1, 734:the group as a whole, and the answering of these questions has a conditioning effect upon theDiscipleship1, 734:arousing of the Ashram to the asking of those questions which will lead to revelation. A Master hasDiscipleship1, 739:have to be faced with clear and definite questions, in the answering of which they discoverDiscipleship1, 739:of their demanded service. Some of these questions might be expressed as follows: How effective isDiscipleship1, 747:be done and, incidentally, the answering of the questions: Do you, in reality, know what your lifeDiscipleship1, 747:yet cast off ancient habits of thought. These questions have eventually to be answered before theDiscipleship1, 765:is evidenced by the interest shown and in the questions submitted. These dealt with the permanentDiscipleship1, 765:From the standpoint of the initiate such questions are of no moment; to be interested in theDiscipleship2, 49:is now nearly completed, and today I ask you two questions: What has this work meant to you? HaveDiscipleship2, 90:at this point appropriately ask the following questions: Wherein lies the fault, and was thereDiscipleship2, 96:- during the course of the year - answer six questions which I will dictate. The purpose of thisDiscipleship2, 97:suffering and overburdened humanity. The six questions are intended to summarize and make deeplyDiscipleship2, 97:and of fresh growth and development. These questions should receive most careful consideration andDiscipleship2, 98:One suggestion I will make: There are six questions, providing one question, therefore, forDiscipleship2, 99:you have been an asset to the group? These four questions concern largely your ability to live as aDiscipleship2, 99:to your objective expression. The next two questions concern your subjective relationships.Discipleship2, 102:more upon the subject. I would start with some questions. Do you ever think with recognition ofDiscipleship2, 226:in your own words, the answer to the following questions: As a member of the New Group of WorldDiscipleship2, 226:plane. Stage II. Having answered these three questions in the light of the soul, then say withDiscipleship2, 228:in your own words, the answers to the following questions: [229] If money is one of the mostDiscipleship2, 301:a question, and it is in the answering of these questions that the disciples learn and eventuallyDiscipleship2, 323:would-be initiates if they had to answer certain questions, among them the following: Into what areDiscipleship2, 342:which can be summed up for you in the form of questions, addressed personally to you and to no oneDiscipleship2, 354:instruction I posited for you a series of questions relating to the subject of hints, but I did notDiscipleship2, 354:re hints) you must have wondered why the questions were drafted in that particular form; you wouldDiscipleship2, 381:one of difficulty for you to consider. Many questions must naturally arise. Can, for instance, theDiscipleship2, 421:and register the marks of fitness? These are all questions which you must answer before you canDiscipleship2, 526:with what is happening to you? Those are just questions and I will answer them. I concern myselfDiscipleship2, 528:tests be prolonged until next life? These are questions which only you can answer. In order toDiscipleship2, 537:of choice become clearer and better defined. The questions with which you are faced are simpler andDiscipleship2, 621:will you discover and be able to answer these questions? That is for you to find out. I can butDiscipleship2, 623:above enquiry, my brother, you have asked nine questions, all bearing on the same subject. Some ofDiscipleship2, 691:you approach each phrase each month with three questions. Let me illustrate for you what I mean byDiscipleship2, 691:here? From these suggestions you can adapt three questions to each of the remaining words. It willEducation, xi:Bacon's phrase) is to throw light on four basic questions of human existence: What is man? WhatEducation, xi:self-evolution? "In seeking answers to these questions and providing students with the stimuli andEducation, 7: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Some Questions Answered Some Questions Answered I will nowEducation, 7:Age - Chapter I - Some Questions Answered Some Questions Answered I will now attempt to dealEducation, 7:I will now attempt to deal somewhat with three questions on education asked by one of the students.Education, 11: Education in the New Age - Chapter I - Some Questions Answered The third question asks: "What isEducation, 25:spend much of their time in answering or evading questions posed by the awakening consciousness ofEducation, 25:always the responsibility of answering the questions upon the child, yet at the same time droppingEducation, 74:heritage of every human being? Such educational questions and objectives sound important and fineEducation, 76:response to inquiry and a careful reply to all questions, and wherein there is never the sense ofEducation, 104:be expressed under the terms of the following questions: What shall be my vocation in order that IExternalisation, 9:growth of man be fostered and nurtured. Two questions should, I believe, at this time engross theExternalisation, 23:what I have to say to you in the form of certain questions, which I ask that you should put toExternalisation, 94:persistency and creative ability? These are the questions which we, the teachers on the inner side,Externalisation, 217:clarify if you answered to yourself one or two questions: Do you believe that the Hierarchy ofExternalisation, 218:of humanity will enable you to answer these questions. If you do not need to answer them becauseExternalisation, 218:position is clear in your mind, the study of the questions may enable you to serve your day andExternalisation, 226:and to your own complete satisfaction the questions I put to you earlier in this communication.Externalisation, 240:is best materially for the part? These are the questions with which we are today confronted.Externalisation, 285:adequate to answer his ceaseless yet intelligent questions? I would assert here that the great andExternalisation, 291:and to still greater groups of Lives? These are questions which normally arise and need clearExternalisation, 305:Avatar, can be summed up in the following four questions: Can He bring the energy of synthesis withExternalisation, 308:steps are cannot be declared here. Only some questions, suggesting possibility, are permissible.Externalisation, 326:the human soul for decades? The answers to these questions lie in the decisions and the activitiesExternalisation, 332:Future Activity and Work October 1941 Certain questions arise in the minds of all disciples anentExternalisation, 373:determining factor. That in itself gives rise to questions. Why did the powerful democracies, inExternalisation, 378:gigantic human undertaking. He asks himself many questions. Of what use am I? What can I do? HowExternalisation, 390:are brought into being? These are the important questions which the Hierarchy is today attemptingExternalisation, 417:the intelligent seeker or suffices to answer his questions; he is shifting his allegiances intoExternalisation, 431:dilemma? These are all normal and intelligent questions and can be answered partially, though notExternalisation, 613:That message carried its own challenge and the questions which it aroused in every sincere humanExternalisation, 613:which I and every aspirant should take? These questions mean one thing to one person and anotherExternalisation, 652:humanity be aware? These and many similar questions almost automatically arise in your minds, andExternalisation, 696:habits, I have naught to say. I know well the questions which will arise in your minds, and I wouldExternalisation, 698:in the Externalization There are many other questions arising in the minds of my readers, and theFire, xviii:TWO - THE FIRE OF MIND - SOLAR FIRE Introductory Questions Division A. The Nature of Manas or MindFire, 186:the Thinker, the Divine Manasaputra? These are questions of vital moment, and in their dueFire, 223:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions SECTION TWO - SOLAR FIRE - THE FIRE OF MINDFire, 223:TWO - SOLAR FIRE - THE FIRE OF MIND Introductory Questions Before taking up the subject of the fireFire, 224:the best plan would be to formulate certain questions, and then proceed to answer them, - theFire, 224:the propositions that will be laid down. These questions arise naturally to the student of theFire, 224:to be built in remains, as yet, inchoate. The questions we might ask and study are the following:Fire, 225:answer in brief and concise fashion these nine questions, and have grasped, through their replies,Fire, 225:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions Chart of the Plerôma according to ValentinusFire, 225:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions I. What is the Relationship of the Son to theFire, 231:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions II. What is Evolution and how does itFire, 233:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 3. The Manifesting Units of Consciousness 94Fire, 237:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions III. Why is the Solar System evolving alongFire, 240:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 2. Its Nature and Duality In terms of qualityFire, 243:The development of quality. Time and space. The questions we are now engaged in answering embodyFire, 243:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions IV. What is Consciousness? What is its PlaceFire, 245:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions V. Is there a direct Analogy between theFire, 247:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions A Man A man is spheroidal in form, he can beFire, 250:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions A Heavenly Man 3 a. Each Heavenly Man isFire, 255:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions A Solar Logos a. A solar Logos, the Grand ManFire, 259:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions VI. What is the Mind Aspect? Why is theFire, 260:Nature of Manifestation Here are three important questions to be dealt with as one, all bearing onFire, 262:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions Therefore we have: Monad, the microcosmicFire, 263:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions From the standpoint of evolution we regardFire, 266:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 2. The Objective Development This isFire, 267:on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Introductory Questions 3. The Subjective Development This is also
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