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

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Discipleship2, 385:world, he directs his thought from what can be regarded as the concrete levels of the cosmic mentalDiscipleship2, 410:steadily in group formation; these can be regarded as preparatory classes in group fusion and groupDiscipleship2, 411:read for the first time; they must, however, be regarded as being given utterance in the "Halls ofDiscipleship2, 435:the reason why these first two initiations are regarded as "initiations of the threshold." It isDiscipleship2, 452:imagine, to the rhythm of breathing. It might be regarded in the following way, holding theDiscipleship2, 473:enter in a new stage of discipleship and can be regarded as one who can teach himself. The workDiscipleship2, 511:incarnation wherein you have been definitely regarded by me and by my Associates as a pledgedDiscipleship2, 515:it down into the throat center. This can be regarded as an act of breathing in and breathing outDiscipleship2, 571:you are freer from the ties of those who are regarded by us as a basically selfish andDiscipleship2, 580:of those who have sought to help but who have regarded it as a seriously difficult matter to formDiscipleship2, 640:that aspect of the physical body which is not regarded as a principle and which is only theDiscipleship2, 649:you would have reached what might have been regarded as the valley of desperation. Yet you have notDiscipleship2, 652:you must know by now how highly steadiness is regarded by the Hierarchy. These culminating years ofDiscipleship2, 682:your resentment to what you, perhaps naturally, regarded as a criticism. Your sensitivity and yourDiscipleship2, 693:group, or to the abstraction of an interest regarded hitherto as basic. 2. The termination of anDiscipleship2, 715:but see to it that the group meditations are regarded by you as acts of service and not as meansDiscipleship2, 751:you right comprehension. Hitherto, you have regarded such moments of nausea as rebellion to beEducation, xii:Statements This presentation might be regarded as concerning itself with three different aspects ofEducation, 3:territory and absorbed lands. This too has been regarded, and rightly so, as a racial achievement.Education, 3:The various branches of science are also regarded as constituting the conquest of areas ofEducation, 6:in which he has to play his part. Each aspect, regarded as a lower aspect, can ever be simply theEducation, 7:any approach under our present system might be regarded as impossible. In answer to the firstEducation, 15:and bring it to manifestation. Vision might be regarded as concerning itself with the higher levelsEducation, 17:At present, it is alas true, the trained mind is regarded as the highest expression of whichEducation, 17:and in this way creative work will no longer be regarded as unique and manifesting sporadically asEducation, 24:and that each human being therefore can be regarded as an aggregate of energies, dominated by someEducation, 26:of life, unbroken and immutable, which can be regarded symbolically as a direct stream of livingEducation, 35:the laws of thought, because the mind will be regarded as the link between the soul and the brain.Education, 38:be able to add and do elementary arithmetic are regarded as the minimum requirement; to knowEducation, 41:been strictly materialistic. A nation today is regarded as civilized when it is awakened to mentalEducation, 43:of consciousness to fruition, have been regarded for centuries as the task of organized religion,Education, 47:hereditary position or financial assets - are regarded as of importance and the rest of the nationEducation, 48:The grammar or primary schools might be regarded as the custodians of civilization; they must fitEducation, 61:increase his knowledge, and should therefore be regarded as good. Bear in mind, however, thatEducation, 64:as the physical plane, so familiar to us, is not regarded as a principle by the esoteric student,Education, 65:the Christ (the present world Symbol), might be regarded as a hierarchy of redeemers, skilled inEducation, 73:a laboratory experiment in which the child is regarded as a specimen - or a sample child - to beEducation, 78:after considering these four types of atmosphere regarded as essential preliminary steps to the newEducation, 78:is wise handling from infancy, when the child is regarded as the most important concern of hisEducation, 80:is past must be preserved but should only be regarded as the foundation for a better system and aEducation, 87:democracy will take form when men everywhere are regarded in reality as equal; when boys [88] andEducation, 97:continuity. These three sciences will be regarded eventually as the three major concerns of theEducation, 107:is awakening and the present situations may be regarded as temporary. The purpose of the comingEducation, 131:developed consciousness. Parenthood will not be regarded primarily as an animal function or as aEducation, 134:of an increasing birthrate will be eventually regarded as erroneous, and this for three reasonsEducation, 140:life would, a few hundred years ago, have been regarded as equally peculiar, incomprehensible andExternalisation, 16:- the various schools and presentations are regarded as a unity. There is no basic difference inExternalisation, 19:independently in the light of his own soul is regarded by Them as a more dependable instrument thanExternalisation, 52:or unenlightened. These latter might be regarded as selfish idealists. But I would have you hereExternalisation, 87:with its magical usage, and with that which is regarded as dark because, for humanity at itsExternalisation, 114:Such a change is rapidly coming and is regarded by some as death - terrible and to be avoided ifExternalisation, 117:When called the Law of Karma, it is immediately regarded as mysterious, Oriental and new. CalledExternalisation, 158:its use, the results have been delayed and are regarded as "hovering." I know not how else toExternalisation, 159:Therefore, all that I here tell you must be regarded as possible of verification, and as beingExternalisation, 180:in the act of killing, the defenceless is not regarded as murder. The principle remains the same,Externalisation, 195:habitual attitude of the masses and when it is regarded as contrary to the best interests of anyExternalisation, 260:certain angles, the present conflict might be regarded as one between the second aspect, theExternalisation, 324:The individual and his mode of working are not regarded as of importance in the groupExternalisation, 373:exist side by side, but instead of being regarded as contributory to one integrated whole, theyExternalisation, 373:have been zealously competitive and have been regarded as the peculiar and distinctive prerogativesExternalisation, 378:certain general propositions which must be regarded as imperative when world readjustment starts.Externalisation, 469:and in all the great religions, should be [469] regarded as active. The Christian view of theExternalisation, 483:the Evolutionary Process These Forces might be regarded as embodying and making declarative theExternalisation, 508:it to the possible. [508] He might be regarded as acting as the General Manager for the carryingExternalisation, 511:preparation for the new age is going on might be regarded as the Church, the Masonic Fraternity andExternalisation, 515:subject of scoffing, in which unselfishness is regarded as the attribute of a fool, and in whichExternalisation, 529:of minor Ashrams - either Ashrams with what is regarded as a full complement of workers, or AshramsExternalisation, 551:append in a few brief words the reason why it is regarded as important: The Reorganization of theExternalisation, 575:is recognized through the medium of what is regarded as a major initiation, for which the first twoExternalisation, 581:and besides this, anything I could say would be regarded as visionary and impractical in a worldExternalisation, 581:lessened, of human selfishness. This "pull" is regarded esoterically as evil because it embodiesExternalisation, 582:by the Hierarchy, producing what might be regarded as a circulation of its life and representativesExternalisation, 582:and - where humanity is involved - this is regarded as a process of education, leading to anExternalisation, 588:goal; Their demonstration of divinity will be regarded as normal, as constituting a universalExternalisation, 619:condition the present opportunity; these can be regarded as so completely hindering that, unlessExternalisation, 622:supervision of the Christ. This might be regarded as the externalization of the spiritual HierarchyExternalisation, 637:and the scheming of these evil groups are never regarded in any light different to that of the restExternalisation, 655:in application and effectiveness, and are regarded as functioning "below the threshold of theExternalisation, 664:is called by you "the labor movement." This is regarded by the Hierarchy as one of the mostExternalisation, 664:the teaching of a mere handful of men who were regarded primarily as agitators and trouble makers;Externalisation, 671:and prevented expression, the individual is regarded as the appurtenance of the all-powerful StateExternalisation, 679:truths for which the Hierarchy stands could be regarded as being also "imposed" upon humanity, andExternalisation, 698:centers and in Their affiliated groups, will be regarded as of immense value by all governmental,Externalisation, 698:will sweep through the world; it will then be regarded as credible and creditable, and His comingFire, 33:itself with some of the details, may come to be regarded as providing a logical hypothesisFire, 38:the mental body of the Logos. This fire may be regarded as the sumtotal of the sparks of mind, theFire, 41:three expressions of the divine Life may be regarded as expressing the triple mode ofFire, 121:and mental (gaseous) levels are likewise regarded as non-existing, and the solar system has itsFire, 152:the so-called atoms within its periphery being regarded as molecular. The seven planes, regarded asFire, 152:being regarded as molecular. The seven planes, regarded as seven vast spheres, rotatingFire, 152:within the solar periphery. The seven rays, regarded as the seven veiling forms of the Spirits,Fire, 242:Just as the planet called the earth is regarded as the turning point or the battleground betweenFire, 243:99 Consciousness expresses that which might be regarded as the middle point in manifestation. ItFire, 348:about consciousness on some plane, may be regarded as literally the awakening of the livesFire, 354:physical ether? Why is buddhi exoterically regarded as yellow in color? Which are the primary threeFire, 426:to their stage of evolution. This event will be regarded at the time as a catastrophe, but theFire, 516:and his dense physical body is esoterically regarded as 'below the threshold' and is not consideredFire, 557:the whole objective system will come to be regarded as an idea or concept, clothed in a veil orFire, 560:substance. These two factors in turn will be regarded as emanations from a still greater forceFire, 568:the periphery, and the circle of manifestation regarded as a unit. The second law is the Law of
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