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

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Psychology1, 178:of such wonder that I cannot yet detail it. Recognition of its truth is dependent upon inner growthPsychology1, 178:growth is being speeded up, leading to an easier recognition of that which is on the way. Remember,Psychology1, 193:substance in the early stages almost past all recognition. These three propositions warrant carefulPsychology1, 225:in these tremendous periods so varying, and the recognition of the intermediate stages soPsychology1, 246:kingdom is then strong, and hence the frequent recognition of "astral perfumes" which the disciplePsychology1, 280:the so-called cosmic rays indicates a scientific recognition of the new incoming seventh rayPsychology1, 283:confined to the specialists), to the general recognition of the varied marriage customs of thePsychology1, 300:an awakening of deep seated qualities, the recognition of old friends and enemies, the solution ofPsychology1, 300:is the law which is crying now for universal recognition, and which, when understood by thinkingPsychology1, 301:of this doctrine of rebirth, its scientific recognition and proving, is fast going forward, andPsychology1, 302:are probably too simple to evoke an interested recognition. But the power lying behind them is thePsychology1, 302:them is the power of divinity itself, and their recognition is simply a question of time, forPsychology1, 302:a question of time, for evolution will force the recognition at some distant date. The forming ofPsychology1, 302:at some distant date. The forming of an earlier recognition lies in the hands of the disciples andPsychology1, 303:impositions upon mankind in his country. In the recognition of these four laws, - of Rebirth, ofPsychology1, 304:correct nor desirable. This can be proved by the recognition of two things: The first is that ifPsychology1, 323:often to the nth degree), of a growing recognition of the group, of an awakening realization of thePsychology1, 324:life of the true aspirant today (his developing recognition of group responsibility) can also bePsychology1, 351:to the ray influences shall we arrive at the recognition of a law in nature hitherto undiscovered.Psychology1, 353:A widespread interest in, leading finally to a recognition of, the soul as a result of this fusionPsychology1, 353:of the divinity of substance, and the recognition of the fact that matter is the outer garment ofPsychology1, 362:The seventh ray will prepare the way for the recognition of the wider issues which will materializePsychology1, 369:of the intensified new influence will be the recognition, by science, of certain effects andPsychology1, 380:development of the international spirit, in the recognition of one world faith in God and inPsychology1, 380:that (for advanced humanity) the sequence of the recognition of these expansions of consciousnessPsychology1, 380:The world of psychical living. This requires the recognition, by the brain consciousness of thePsychology1, 380:stabilized in the aspirant, then there comes the recognition by the disciple of ... The control ofPsychology2, 4:consciousness is signalized sequentially by the recognition of life after life, of being afterPsychology2, 9:were - dissected into his component parts. The recognition is emerging that it is man's qualityPsychology2, 11:through the intelligent fostering of individual recognition of selfhood and the assertions of thePsychology2, 41:humanity, the fourth Creative Hierarchy, Undue recognition of that which is produced by speech,Psychology2, 71:with its dual esoteric function which is: The recognition of, and receptivity to, Ideas. ThePsychology2, 111:in form and out of form. The basis of egoic recognition. The factor which produces reorientation inPsychology2, 115:This mediatory work, however, involves the recognition of the Law of Magnetic Impulse, and a desirePsychology2, 130:such as the science of vocational training. Recognition of the impetus coming from a rightPsychology2, 135:of his own ambition. It will be the recognition, in the mind, of the Plan of God for the world atPsychology2, 138:whose egoic ray is out of manifestation. This recognition will lead to a careful study of times andPsychology2, 139:of the rays in or out of manifestation, and a recognition of the disciples and servers available onPsychology2, 158:force, and unifying them into one field of soul recognition. So little do men understand thePsychology2, 176:insuperable. When the rule of the soul and the recognition of the soul have been firmlyPsychology2, 178:expressed by the desire, innate and deep, for recognition by one of the Great Ones. When thisPsychology2, 180:and all disciples can be swung into a synthetic recognition of power and of opportunity. It is forPsychology2, 186:These help where there is at the same time a recognition of the egoic relation. Where that exists,Psychology2, 213:stimulating and inspiring; then there came the recognition of the responding form, resulting in anPsychology2, 221:oft forgotten) this tendency is motivated by the recognition of the planetary Logos, that His planPsychology2, 227:form. This emerging revelation will produce the recognition of beauty. The first category, the LawsPsychology2, 230:which the human mind and brain can express its recognition of the conditioning divine life is toPsychology2, 246:of the imminent leap forward into an intuitive recognition of that which has hitherto been onlyPsychology2, 261:which awakened the human consciousness to a recognition of its essential freedom, the reactionPsychology2, 270:and it produces in time a consequent recognition upon the part of man. b. The Approach ofPsychology2, 287:as the lotus petals of love come into conscious recognition, and the intuition begins faintly toPsychology2, 309:plane and the mental levels are omitted from the recognition of the aspirant. Yet it is essentialPsychology2, 309:that these other pairs of opposites receive due recognition. Etheric energy, focused in anPsychology2, 347:wherein the rebuilding, reabsorption, and recognition of the form takes place in the light which isPsychology2, 366:the words: "Having done all, to stand." A sudden recognition of the Warrior within, Who isPsychology2, 389:consciousness, the sense of color, and the recognition of the use of symbolic forms in order toPsychology2, 393:This wide, yet detailed, scope or universal recognition is extremely difficult for me to explain orPsychology2, 394:"presented" would seem to indicate separative recognition, but this is emphatically not so. TheyPsychology2, 398:attributes and is only now making its appeal for recognition - an appeal which can only [399] evokePsychology2, 407:of the instinctual nature) and the consequent recognition of the higher ideas and idealism, and ofPsychology2, 412:But there remains for a long time the need for recognition of energy and its right use. The secondPsychology2, 414:and so direct their own lives. I refer to the recognition of the astrological types, of theirPsychology2, 416:this physical cleavage and this spiritual recognition of divinity lie a large number of lesserPsychology2, 416:kingdom has been largely resolved through the recognition of the physical identity of the animalPsychology2, 417:laws which govern soul unfoldment. The intuitive recognition of reality, which resolves thePsychology2, 421:truly to satisfy them, coupled with the recognition that there is an aspect of himself which doesPsychology2, 422:and submission to the urge of his own desire. Recognition of capacity and recognition ofPsychology2, 422:of his own desire. Recognition of capacity and recognition of potentiality. Many conflicts would bePsychology2, 423:been overcome, then potentiality can emerge in recognition and become power in expression.Psychology2, 423:in recognition and become power in expression. Recognition of individual goals and group goals,Psychology2, 429:this should be balanced and motivated by the recognition of the power of right choice and thePsychology2, 429:in turn, can be developed selflessly by a due recognition of the environing whole in which thePsychology2, 430:is always and inevitably the same: Cleavage. A recognition of duality, either subjectively or inPsychology2, 431:of crisis or any psychological problem case. The recognition of further opportunity and aPsychology2, 431:the responsibility of living with a daily recognition of the past, an understanding of the purposePsychology2, 431:psychologist of the future should arrive at a recognition and an admittance of the inner structurePsychology2, 433:moving on to popular and finally scientific recognition. In considering the inner structure of manPsychology2, 437:in healing or bridging certain cleavages is the recognition of an immediate sense of well-being andPsychology2, 438:particularly of a psychological nature, is the recognition of this. Progress can then be made onPsychology2, 438:the sense of direction is less definite than the recognition of vocation. In the schools ofPsychology2, 446:has deep significance, for it indicates the recognition of the need of alignment. What brought thisPsychology2, 448:the planet. It has been the almost unconscious recognition of these cleavages and of the need forPsychology2, 449:and is of a reality, hitherto unknown; by a recognition that now is the day of opportunity for allPsychology2, 451:consistently emphasized the necessity for our recognition of the existence of energy. In occultismPsychology2, 480:handle, for it is based on an innate instinctive recognition of the fact of God and of God's Plan.Psychology2, 483:For them, the way of [483] understanding, the recognition of the great Law of Cause and EffectPsychology2, 483:it is not worded guidance) is, nevertheless, the recognition of a form of guidance and leaves noPsychology2, 487:spiritual life and peace." The other result or recognition is that during this process ofPsychology2, 492:of the soul is a part of all awarenesses. The recognition of this soul awareness is a gradual andPsychology2, 492:truly right way, he is perforce simply achieving recognition of that which his own soul inevitablyPsychology2, 499:condition is more like a dazed, benumbed self-recognition than real sleep. This condition mayPsychology2, 500:are still agitating the brain cells, but the recognition and interpretation of these vague orPsychology2, 505:man's unfolding consciousness. For instance, the recognition of the point, the line, the triangle,Psychology2, 505:the pentagon and similar symbols are simply the recognition of a connection with, and a foundingPsychology2, 518:esotericists. There is, however, as yet no real recognition of the fact and the urgency of thesePsychology2, 541:with the unfoldment of the heart center with its recognition of the group life and consequent groupPsychology2, 543:sensitivity to the divine existence, the recognition of a vision of God which will suffice to meetPsychology2, 543:mental approach to the problem of divinity, the recognition of divine immanence and of the factPsychology2, 562:each with one of the three Logoi: Hearing - The recognition of the fourfold word, the activity ofPsychology2, 562:activity of matter, the third Logos. Touch - The recognition of the sevenfold Form Builder, the
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