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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - RAYS
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Psychology1, 245:should not be confounded with the planetary rays or with the fact that some of the planets arePsychology1, 245:is not dealing, either, with the basic planetary rays. It might be stated therefore that thePsychology1, 247:is hidden in the word "transformation," for the rays 2.4.6 are the great transformers. The clue toPsychology1, 247:the careful reader, that in the relation of the rays to the kingdoms in nature, and in thePsychology1, 247:kingdoms in nature, and in the similarity of the rays found functioning in widely differingPsychology1, 247:be set up between men and animals. Again, the rays in incarnation at any time will establish [248]Psychology1, 248: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature A careful study andPsychology1, 248:a true analysis of the effect and work of the rays in connection with the animal kingdom is notPsychology1, 251:tabulate our points anent this kingdom and the rays, as we did with the other two kingdoms. Psychology1, 251: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 3. The AnimalPsychology1, 254: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The two problemsPsychology1, 254:must be along the line of information anent the rays at work in both kingdoms. The two problems,Psychology1, 254:aspects, two divine principles, and two major rays are concerned with their expression orPsychology1, 258: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature b. IndividualizationPsychology1, 260:and the horse is sixth ray. Animals upon other rays are not yet ready for individualization." [SeePsychology1, See pa:[See page 164 for a different enumeration of the rays. The apparent contradiction may be due to thePsychology1, See pa:with whom the animal is associated. The ray or rays of a particular periodic cycle. I could givePsychology1, 261:by which he can be served. The relation of the rays to the centers in the average aspirant might bePsychology1, 261:of Spine - Ray of Harmony. Fourth Ray. These rays and their corresponding centers warrant mostPsychology1, 262:historic period, and their relation to the rays, will reveal the accuracy and suggestiveness of thePsychology1, 262: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature c. The Five PointsPsychology1, 262:both subjective and objective. But we find the rays pouring through humanity as a whole, andPsychology1, 263:races were governed by the second and seventh rays, respectively, and embody the activity of thePsychology1, 265: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature d. CyclicPsychology1, 265:Cyclic Manifestation So the work proceeds. The rays stream forth in: A solar cycle, such as thePsychology1, 265:five above enumerated and their five controlling rays. Cycles connected with the twelve signs ofPsychology1, 265:every 2,100 years. Those cycles when certain rays are in power for a period of racial evolution,Psychology1, 266:Remember, however, that all of the seven rays are forever functioning, and functioningPsychology1, 266:plan of the Minds (who are embodied by the rays), certain of these influences and forces are morePsychology1, 266:Cyclic appearance, therefore, governs the rays as well as the kingdoms in nature and the formsPsychology1, 267:this teaching anent the animal kingdom and the rays, for - as said before - it profits not. Man'sPsychology1, 267:energy to a waiting world of forms. As the rays play their part with humanity and bring man forthPsychology1, 268: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature e. The Problem ofPsychology1, 272: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature One thing I willPsychology1, 277: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature i. Definitions ofPsychology1, 280:being shown today in the so-called cosmic rays indicates a scientific recognition of the newPsychology1, 280:of the new incoming seventh ray energies. These rays, pouring through the sacral center of thePsychology1, 280: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The incoming seventhPsychology1, 284: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature Yet all periods ofPsychology1, 288: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature Again, in manPsychology1, 292: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature ii. Sex in the NewPsychology1, 297: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature 3. Some SuggestionsPsychology1, 301: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature The second basicPsychology1, 304: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - II. The Rays and the Kingdoms in Nature iv. Sex andPsychology1, 309: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man SECTION TWO - CHAPTER THREE III. ThePsychology1, 309:and Man SECTION TWO - CHAPTER THREE III. The Rays and Man Introductory Remarks I have now dealtPsychology1, 309:it made a fitting conclusion to our study of the rays in connection with the animal kingdom. Man isPsychology1, 315:past incarnations. The "new teaching on the rays" vies with astrology in its interest. Like thePsychology1, 315:that the emergence of the teaching on the rays has happened at a time when the scientist isPsychology1, 316: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man The Rays and the Races We have beenPsychology1, 316:I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man The Rays and the Races We have been told in the pastPsychology1, 317:a continuous mingling and intermingling of the rays with what might be called the "constant" orPsychology1, 317:greater frequency and potency than do the other rays. There is therefore a close correspondencePsychology1, 317:therefore a close correspondence between certain rays and certain races, with their subraces, andPsychology1, 318:for our humanity. The effect of the other three rays upon the Lemurian race and the two earlier andPsychology1, 319: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man The Human Kingdom Influences: Two raysPsychology1, 319:Rays and Man The Human Kingdom Influences: Two rays of divine energy are peculiarly active inPsychology1, 320:symbolically speaking, on Earth, and these two rays were responsible for the process of initiatingPsychology1, 320:of profound psychological interest and import: Rays I, IV and V predominate in the life of humanityPsychology1, 321:mental life and determine his mental body. [321] Rays II and VI govern potently his emotional lifePsychology1, 321:life and determine the type of his astral body. Rays III and VII govern the vital physical life andPsychology1, 321:have, if you note carefully, a summation of the rays which govern and differentiate the life of thePsychology1, 321:or ego is found on one or other of the seven rays, in one or other of the seven ray groups. ThePsychology1, 321:mind nature and mental body are governed by the Rays of Purpose, of Harmony or Synthesis, and ofPsychology1, 321:emotional nature and form are governed by the Rays of Love-Wisdom and of idealistic Devotion. ThePsychology1, 321:vital life and physical body are governed by the Rays of Intelligence in matter and of OrganizingPsychology1, 321:Power. But in the midst of this complexity of rays and forces, the third and fifth rays holdPsychology1, 321:of rays and forces, the third and fifth rays hold paramount place, and govern the major cycles ofPsychology1, 321:Results: Through the active work of the two rays above discussed, we find the fourth ray producingPsychology1, 322: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man Process: In the human family, owing toPsychology1, 325:adapt the forces of nature, the energies of the rays and the potencies of the zodiacal signs to thePsychology1, 326: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man The Secret: This is called, inPsychology1, 328: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man Purpose: This purpose is thePsychology1, 329:These we shall consider in dealing with The Rays and the Zodiac, and so shall not touch upon themPsychology1, 330: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man Objective Agency: In the case of thePsychology1, 332:determine him are his own personal and soul rays which play upon him and affect his consciousness,Psychology1, 332:to study the zodiac and its relation to the rays we shall work this out more [333] carefully and soPsychology1, 333:things we need to grasp, as we study man and the rays, is the large number of these ray influencesPsychology1, 333:in this connection. As time progresses and the rays are more widely studied, man's relation to themPsychology1, 333:It might therefore be noted that the following rays and influences must be considered in the casePsychology1, 333:ray, the ray that determines the Aryan race. The rays that govern any particular cycle. ThePsychology1, 333:soul, or ego. The ray of the personality. The rays governing: [334] The mental body. The emotionalPsychology1, 334:astral body. The physical body. There are other rays, but the above are the most powerful and havePsychology1, 334: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man 1. The Ray of the Solar System It mustPsychology1, 334:dual) it indicates both His personality and soul rays, which in Him are now so balanced and blendedPsychology1, 335: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man 2. The Ray of the Planet - Earth EachPsychology1, 335:planets might be enumerated as follows, and the rays working through them are accurately given. ThePsychology1, 335:- the personality and the egoic. That two rays are therefore in esoteric conflict in each planet. IPsychology1, 335:in each planet. I but indicate one of the rays, and I do not tell you whether it is the egoic orPsychology1, 335:selfish to be entrusted with it. THE PLANETS AND RAYS Sacred - Ray Vulcan - 1st ray. Mercury - 4thPsychology1, 335:ray cycles and not with the minor cycles. Two rays, you will note, are apparently not expressingPsychology1, 336:a close relation with each other through the rays which influence them. These are: Ray I - Vulcan -Psychology1, 339: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man Speaking therefore in terms of man'sPsychology1, 341:the effect of the interplay between the two rays of the solar system and of the planet. These,Psychology1, 342: Esoteric Psychology I - Section Two - III. The Rays and Man 3. The Ray of the Fourth Kingdom WePsychology1, 343:discriminating choice - these are the two rays or major influences which sweep through humanity asPsychology1, 347:fifth. A close study of the tabulations of the rays affecting humanity will have made it clear thatPsychology1, 347:the indications of humanity's reactions to these rays. But as mankind evolves, and as the formPsychology1, 347:to dominate. The impress of the controlling rays can be more clearly noted and the point inPsychology1, 347:accurately realized. We have now to consider the rays which dominate the races of mankind. The
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