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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - REGARDED
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AstrologyCertain things I may say will probably be regarded by the academic and uninspired astrologer asAstrology, 4:place and the solar system must no longer be regarded as a point around which the zodiac revolvesAstrology, 28:aspect. The twelve constellations might be regarded as embodying the soul aspect and, for theAstrology, 28:their effect upon the individual must be regarded and should be studied in terms of consciousnessAstrology, 29:and recognizable produced effects, they may be regarded today as non-existent except as they reactAstrology, 34:(12 to 9 inclusive) have reached liberation. Regarded as abstractions. (A Treatise on Cosmic Fire,Astrology, 36:with these Hierarchies. The first 5 are regarded as pure abstractions. Hierarchy One has theAstrology, 37:mind. Eight is, under some numerical systems, regarded as the number of the Christ. The GreaterAstrology, 38:of their fiery nature. Each group also may be regarded as "fallen" in the cosmic sense, becauseAstrology, 41:qualities which are lacking. This Hierarchy is regarded as the great donors of immortality whilstAstrology, 41:dealt with the first three Hierarchies which are regarded as ever "seeing the Face of the Ruler ofAstrology, 42:to this occult fact that the fourth Hierarchy is regarded as masculine and the fifth as feminine. Astrology, 42:one particular manifestation which comes to be regarded by the finite mind of man as the HierarchyAstrology, 43:Creative Hierarchy, or the ninth, must ever be regarded in this solar system as occupying whatAstrology, 48:careful emphasis; students have for too long regarded the form as being the dense physical body,Astrology, 49:place. From the logoic standpoint, they are not regarded as providing principles, but from theAstrology, 57:and definitely misleading manner and should be regarded as a mystery and therefore not to beAstrology, 78:five non-sacred planets, and seven which are regarded as sacred. These twelve planetary lives (withAstrology, 83:just as the constellation Capricorn is ever regarded as another door and is called esoterically theAstrology, 112:significance of the number twelve. Hence ten is regarded as the number of perfection. There isAstrology, 113:of the great Lives or Sons of God, at present regarded as "an imperfect God" as far as our planetAstrology, 164:opportunity. From certain angles, Saturn can be regarded as the planetary Dweller on the Threshold,Astrology, 191:For this reason Sagittarius is esoterically regarded as a sign of balance and of no extremes; thereAstrology, 196:Star. Esoterically speaking, the Pole Star is regarded as the "star of reorientation" whereby theAstrology, 198:potently and cyclically. Yet they are only regarded today as existing when definite response isAstrology, 212:their rights and natures are concerned); it has regarded the sex relation as one of the primaryAstrology, 219:I would here remind you that the Moon is usually regarded as "veiling" or "hiding" some planet andAstrology, 225:and esoteric significances. The Moon is here regarded as functioning in its true nature and,Astrology, 227:between the pairs of opposites. It might be regarded as the sign in which the first real vision ofAstrology, 228:both in East and West. It can, therefore, be regarded as the "interlude between two activities,"Astrology, 233:due to the fact that the Bull is so frequently regarded as the symbol of the mad urges of theAstrology, 237:position of all law-breakers) is being regarded as desirable and taught in our schools, so it isAstrology, 238:Libra rules the present interlude and might be regarded as "the master of no-man's land," as one ofAstrology, 249:and a handful of intelligent people could be regarded as freely choosing at the "point of balance"Astrology, 256:the dictionary, that astronomically Virgo is regarded as occupying the place in the heavens whereAstrology, 261:until in Virgo-Leo (for these two signs are regarded esoterically as inseparable) the mass movementAstrology, 268:upon the Cosmic Path of Discipleship are regarded as informing sacred planets, whilst Those Who areAstrology, 280:fact do not exist. As I have told you, Virgo is regarded by the esoteric teachers of the HierarchyAstrology, 281:second aspect (love-wisdom) from another. He is regarded as embodying in himself both these aspectsAstrology, 307:and the Forces of Light." It is occultly regarded as one of the most material signs, inasmuch asAstrology, 349:statement is hidden one reason why Gemini is regarded as an air sign, for it is cosmically relatedAstrology, 375:nations. The Taurian influence must now be regarded as being of exceeding potency today,Astrology, 381:Taurus. It is for this reason that this sign is regarded as being one of universal movement, ofAstrology, 408:now possible along these lines can only be regarded as approximate, and, therefore, certainty inAstrology, 417:same, or even as three dimensional. They must be regarded as in rapid movement, revolving eternallyAstrology, 420:and truths. [420] All triangles studied will be regarded as expressing: A major conditioningAstrology, 427:the sacral center. Just as the physical body is regarded by true esotericists as not a principle soAstrology, 427:as not a principle so the sacral center is regarded as "a necessary evocation between that which isAstrology, 445:been called a peculiar name by Knowers. It is regarded as the "Ray of Ritualistic Decency." It aidsAstrology, 459:the other two points express receptivity and are regarded esoterically as embodying forces. EveryAstrology, 460:This distributing center can be a solar system, regarded as a cosmic center, a planet, which is aAstrology, 469:a "sacred planet." At present our Earth is not regarded as a sacred planet. Later, when these threeAstrology, 503:Basically it might be said that a planet is regarded as "sacred" when its informing spiritual LifeAstrology, 504:connection that the Pleiades - though they are regarded as embodying the matter aspect inAstrology, 511:and in the problem of what is desired, what is regarded as loss, and what shall be the gainedAstrology, 652:The Sun. The first one given above will be regarded as accurate for this world period and will beAstrology, 660:reach the Gods." (Vol. II, 49, Note) Jupiter is regarded as the "throne of Brahma." (Vol. II, 829)Astrology, 669:(C. F. 378) "The Saturn scheme is esoterically regarded as having absorbed the 'frictional fires'Astrology, 679:called the First." (Vol. I, 720) [679] Taurus is regarded as the central group of the Milky Way.Atom, 18:of the last century. Then the atom was regarded as an indivisible unit of substance; now it isAtom, 25:that life is called God, or whether it is simply regarded as the life of the group to which a man,Atom, 36:of psychology, because energy or force is ever regarded as a quality, and where you have a qualityAtom, 98:the form. We have seen that the atom may be regarded as the central life, manifesting through aAtom, 101:kingdom, and that self-consciousness must be regarded as the [102] consummation of the evolutionaryAtom, 105:many of us would feel insulted if we were not regarded as having attained perfection, or havingAtom, 106:for many ages the method of evolution has been regarded as a twofold one. A man has been taughtAtom, 120:and insisted upon forty years ago, are no longer regarded as facts, and are not used or promulgatedAtom, 123:The world war, for instance, is frequently regarded as the result of human mistakes and frailties.Atom, 133:aspects and forms [133] of life that have been regarded hitherto as imaginary, we have broken onceAtom, 152:there are two or three constellations which are regarded as having a peculiarly intimate relationAtom, 154:whole, might, from the atom's point of view, be regarded as its group consciousness. Then we haveAutobiography, 6:very good even when having what most people regarded as the worst possible time. There has alwaysAutobiography, 14:looking family and I am not plain. I was always regarded as rather stupid when in the schoolroomAutobiography, 15:another on Tropical Diseases were, I believe, regarded as standard text books. She married my firstAutobiography, 72:and when money and the products of the earth are regarded as goods to be shared. Then theseAutobiography, 94:I discovered that all my gallant sacrifice was regarded by her as an absolutely unnecessaryAutobiography, 95:martyred saint; at least that is how I then regarded myself. She sent me to bed that night and toldAutobiography, 95:sacrifice for the sake of the work was being regarded as quite unnecessary. I felt let down. IAutobiography, 126:world and if I had known them I would not have regarded them as Scriptures. There were parts of theAutobiography, 126:mails. In an ordinary book they would have been regarded as obscene, but in the Bible they were allAutobiography, 132:either, why every single soldier in the army is regarded as a hero. He has probably been draftedAutobiography, 153:then, the human kingdom might well be regarded as drawing its sustenance out of the animal kingdomAutobiography, 168:The books that the Tibetan has written are regarded of importance by the Teachers responsible forAutobiography, 170:movement. If you did not do so you were regarded as being disloyal, inattentive to the requests ofAutobiography, 188:a selective, isolationist, superior group who regarded themselves as wiser and more spiritual thanAutobiography, 190:that was how the school came to get its name. I regarded it as a great privilege and happiness toAutobiography, 215:to suffer at their hands by being temporarily regarded as an out-of-date parent. I had to submit toAutobiography, 215:parent. I had to submit to having my views regarded as obsolete and try to remember my own days ofAutobiography, 220:people. One of the best men I ever knew and regarded as a friend was the son of an emperor. TheAutobiography, 224:in Rome and when we first knew him was regarded as an outstanding European psychologist. He is aAutobiography, 240:No obedience is today exacted. The disciple is regarded as an intelligent agent and is left free toAutobiography, 240:disciple, intelligent, loving and serving, is regarded as not requiring them. He should haveAutobiography, 246:to do thus and so. Those who obeyed were regarded as good members; those who refused to beAutobiography, 252:majority but a powerful and noisy minority. They regarded any attitude of partisanship as anAutobiography, 269:Character-building and unselfish aspiration are regarded as necessarily present, but no greatAutobiography, 269:freedom from self-assertion. These qualities are regarded as basic essentials and as present inAutobiography, 269:some measure, but their further development is regarded as the personal problem of the disciple andAutobiography, 269:mental equipment. The head and the heart are regarded as of equal importance and as equally divine.Autobiography, 278:the human being. 8. Esoteric Psychology is also regarded as of major importance. This marks a shiftAutobiography, 284:has been achieved, then the man can be regarded as a "soul-infused personality." At this point, or
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