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

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Psychology2, 61:the purification of the vehicles so that the real significance of divinity can begin to emerge inPsychology2, 71:are concerned. First, let it be stated that the real building of the antahkarana only takes placePsychology2, 77:ignorance to knowledge, from the unreal to the Real. Such is the great symbolic work of Masonry. ItPsychology2, 79:to the unseen, the true, the subjective and the Real, which is only possible when there has beenPsychology2, 80:up a vibration (little as we may yet grasp the real significance of that word) and that vibrationPsychology2, 85:our study of the soul and its life which is of real moment to all who live (or begin to live) andPsychology2, 94:to die. But there is no pain, no sorrow, and no real death involved. This is the mystery ofPsychology2, 103:Entrance into Nirvana, and the beginning of the real Way. The Law of Sacrifice means also Psychology2, 105:ephemeral and untrue has disappeared. The real Man has been gained and can never be lost again.Psychology2, 118:which will lead humanity from the unreal to the real, and from aspiration to realization are ThePsychology2, 120:his head. In this difference there lies much of real significance. The jar of water, posed upon thePsychology2, 124:humanity into the world of true meaning and of real values. I will seek to show how the New GroupPsychology2, 125:upon a theory of service. It is simply the first real effect, evidenced upon the physical plane, ofPsychology2, 125:theory nor aspiration will or can make a man a real server. How then is it that there is so muchPsychology2, 128:the way to true expression and shut the door on real comprehension. The mind element is too active.Psychology2, 128:family and group will be to demonstrate a real understanding and a true helpfulness. As the flow ofPsychology2, 131:Law of Service. They will appear when he is a real channel for the life of the soul. His majorPsychology2, 133:issues of the group, a reorientation which is real and expressive and a power to change conditionsPsychology2, 137:avoid glamor, and can discriminate between the Real and the unreal, then the inflowing force willPsychology2, 138:seasons, thus there will be no waste effort, and real advantage can be taken of the qualificationsPsychology2, 146:then and then only can we measure up to our real potentialities as servers of the Plan. [147] Psychology2, 152:influence is better grasped, man will arrive at real self knowledge. He will then be ready for thePsychology2, 160:of darkness into light, from the unreal to the real, and from death to immortality. This is thePsychology2, 167:before the rule of beauty. Ruin precedes the real. The garden and the gardener must awake! The workPsychology2, 183:or, transmission of energy which will be of real value in world salvage. For the individual itPsychology2, 187:to those of the past. People may evince real desire to participate in the group life and to formPsychology2, 187:to form part of the group activity, but their real difficulty will consist in bringing theirPsychology2, 210:of the greatest interest, but it is of no real importance to the students of this Treatise. WePsychology2, 212:is a crisis and not an unfoldment. This is of real importance and should be borne in mind in allPsychology2, 234:and immanent, we have, therefore, no cause for real fear or foreboding. God's instincts arePsychology2, 242:plane, under the influence of the Monad, but its real expression and man's true response to thisPsychology2, 254:in God, and to penetrate into the world of the Real from the realm of the unreal, it is all the onePsychology2, 267:These definitions have been made of a real simplicity and also exceedingly brief. Intricacy ofPsychology2, 302:as initiates. Their sincerity has been very real and their mistake an easy one to make. [303] C. W.Psychology2, 303:and the difficulty of all of the above is very real and, living as the disciple does in the worldPsychology2, 316:through from the soul, via the centers, presents real difficulty, and responsiveness to thePsychology2, 316:to avoid the error of materialism and to voice a real vision of the truth, but words themselves arePsychology2, 316:with the field of experience and not with the real self. He has not yet identified himself with thePsychology2, 324:as the most likely hypothesis, there will be no real understanding of the process of evolution, ofPsychology2, 325:remembers that they are symbolic, there is no real danger of a basic misunderstanding. ThePsychology2, 330:it shows how very little of the life of the real man, of the conscious thinking Being is touched byPsychology2, 357:warranting explanation and understanding but no real concern, the attempt is made to arrest thePsychology2, 358:This is a valuable point for all who are real students to remember and to grasp. Ponder upon it,Psychology2, 361:distress. This is a period of difficulty and of real concern because it dawns upon hisPsychology2, 366:and omnipotent but Who can only now begin His real work when the personality is aligned, the crisisPsychology2, 369:the glamors and the thought-forms which hide my real Self. Be not deceived. Find Me. Know Me. ThenPsychology2, 398:students of world affairs well know how unknown real love is. Even today, in relation to the entirePsychology2, 401:the human psychological problem so plainly that real help may eventuate to many. These days arePsychology2, 411:therefore, how wide is our subject and of what real importance. It will be obvious to you also thatPsychology2, 414:of duality is beginning to emerge, that the real problems and the major difficulties and dangersPsychology2, 420:and preferably by dealing directly with the real dweller when he is "at home in his own dwelling".Psychology2, 424:actor". This rightly used and developed, is of real value and importance. The elimination of thePsychology2, 430:be found that psychoanalysis will come into its real usefulness when it comes to the aid of a manPsychology2, 430:the detail of his apparent disaster. There is no real disaster. There is only an unrecognized pointPsychology2, 431:the problem most helpfully and it is here that a real understanding of the Law of Rebirth, or ofPsychology2, 433:scientific investigator. Yet, in spite of this, real good has been accomplished, for the wholePsychology2, 436:the cleavages or gaps in his consciousness do no real harm relatively, either to himself or toPsychology2, 442:of a truer perspective will be rapid. Another real difficulty in the field of achieved integrationPsychology2, 443:in which he has (and this is the point of real interest). A first ray physical body, with a brainPsychology2, 449:to the Hierarchy been so definite and so real. This situation warrants certain reactions. Of whatPsychology2, 454:problems under sensitivity are most definite and real in the experience of disciples. The firstPsychology2, 457:it does this and nothing else, there is no [457] real danger, but the moment a man's vision ofPsychology2, 458:the body is not present, the situation is of no real moment, and sometimes serves a useful purpose,Psychology2, 464:Nevertheless, they in their turn constitute real problems and, because the intelligent people ofPsychology2, 468:as indicative not only of mental ability but of real spiritual insight and wisdom. This producesPsychology2, 469:mass of unrelated ideas occupy him. There is no real effort made to carry these plans and ideasPsychology2, 471:being almost in the nature of distortions of the real truth, owing to the limitations of the humanPsychology2, 480:meaning reformers, who have, however, given no real attention to the subject, or to the phenomenaPsychology2, 484:That the goal of all teaching given in the real esoteric [485] schools is to put man consciously inPsychology2, 486:aspirants. Some of these people are working with real knowledge, and, therefore, quite safely;Psychology2, 486:for guidance, yet seems to have developed no real understanding of the subject or to have given anyPsychology2, 486:of the subject or to have given any real attention to the inclusive investigation of thePsychology2, 487:of readjustment to the finer values, periods of real danger transpire and that unless there is somePsychology2, 487:of spiritual stimulation. Therefore, it is of real value to us to study the sources from which muchPsychology2, 490:very bad. They can include the help proffered by real initiates and adepts through their workingPsychology2, 493:what is inferred and suggested is of itself of real significance. In a great standard authority,Psychology2, 493:ancient origin and root we should discover a real meaning? In any case two thoughts emerge from anPsychology2, 499:like a dazed, benumbed self-recognition than real sleep. This condition may persist throughout thePsychology2, 501:and self-related; they indicate however real experience, even if only astral in accomplishment andPsychology2, 502:the hours of sleep but with which the man has no real connection whatever. This experience hePsychology2, 502:will then be laid. Unless the psychologist is of real enlightenment, the subject of his care isPsychology2, 502:As soon as a person has reached A state of real integration of the astral body and the vital orPsychology2, 503:and his recognized experiences. They are as real and as true as any of those which have beenPsychology2, 503:a perceived or registered activity, or a real and true happening in the experience of the manPsychology2, 507:These phases and spheres of activity are very real in nature. Aspirants who succeed in functioningPsychology2, 508:record upon the physical brain consciousness of real events which are telepathically communicatedPsychology2, 518:and esotericists. There is, however, as yet no real recognition of the fact and the urgency ofPsychology2, 524:particular, becomes very active. As yet, all the real life of the man is focused below thePsychology2, 524:their light is vivid; their interrelation is real, so much so that a complete magnetic field hasPsychology2, 526:at the heart of each center comes into its first real activity; it becomes radiant, brilliant,Psychology2, 532:unwholesome attitude, ranging all the way from real sexuality to fanatical celibacy. This latter isPsychology2, 544:glibly that the mind is the slayer of the real and that the intellect can give him nothing. ThePsychology2, 556:the higher and the lower powers will be of real value and will enable students in the future toPsychology2, 562:the Self therefore to differentiate between the real and the unreal. Extract 3 These three majorPsychology2, 568:and to all intents and purposes - a state of real being plus a world of illusory forms, created byPsychology2, 568:is to learn to distinguish that which is real from that which is illusion. Psychology2, 569:loved or as deeply disliked. They are often so real in appearance that the person can recognizePsychology2, 570:sincere and truthful, but because he receives no real training in the art of interpretation and inPsychology2, 570:of distinguishing the illusory from the real, he is, perforce, unable to do more than describe thePsychology2, 572:learn to distinguish truth from error, and the real from the unreal. Thus those who are deceived
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