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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - REGARDED
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Healing, 269:is only Humanity. This war (1914-1945) should be regarded as having brought to a conclusion theHealing, 271:here make a practical statement which might be regarded as the next Rule in this treatise: Rule sixHealing, 287:sent out to the body as a totality. It might be regarded as a system of flushing, with aHealing, 316:Such cases are frequently (I might say, usually) regarded by the orthodox psychiatrist and medicalHealing, 319:which, from the average point of view, might be regarded as involving euthanasia. Modes ofHealing, 319:when death is near, and the process will be regarded as soul withdrawal, as a process of liberationHealing, 320:still remains a point of energy, but it might be regarded as energy which is not functioningHealing, 331:force or energy of matter itself which might be regarded as the energy aspect, in its totality, ofHealing, 349:(under the same Law) equal to that which is regarded as bad. Of this, small mention is ever made.Healing, 382:of the newly discovered drugs, though these are regarded as amelioratives only by the Masters, andHealing, 388:the other levels, unseen by the average man and regarded as problematical and intangible.Healing, 409:physical body is made up of matter which is not regarded as a principle, so the astral body - asHealing, 425:in a new attitude towards death; it will be regarded as a natural and desirable process, cyclicallyHealing, 427:the human consciousness when death comes to be regarded as an act of simple and consciousHealing, 441:of sorrow will not enter and death beds shall be regarded as happier occasions than births andHealing, 445:to the entire process of death, and might be regarded as one of the definitions of death; it holdsHealing, 466:with the vagus nerve. This is most potent and is regarded by some schools of occultism as a majorHealing, 467:of two directions; it resembles what might be regarded as a process of pouring in life and lightHealing, 474:is anchored, and this substance in the blood is regarded as "death-dealing" and is one of the basicHealing, 481:with the application of the knowledges, hitherto regarded as peculiar and esoteric, which areHealing, 483:as is the case today, and wherein death will be regarded as a happy and destined release and not,Healing, 515:plane. For this reason, the third initiation is regarded as the first major initiation, since theHealing, 523:which we shall consider might, therefore, be regarded as ten subsidiary laws of the fundamental LawHealing, 563:and in its defining power that it might be regarded as stating the reason for all disease of anyHealing, 563:of individual man. It is stated here and is only regarded as Law IV because of the necessity forHealing, 578:a machinist is in control of a machine, was then regarded as an initiate. Today, it is theHealing, 614:part of that created manifestation which is not regarded as a principle. They are, however,Healing, 615:to be found [615] in such rich abundance and is regarded as of such vital importance in all occultHealing, 616:processes, that the dense physical body is regarded esoterically as simply an automaton; it is onlyHealing, 620:or rather of etheric, effects, and may be regarded by you as indicating the very lowest phase ofHealing, 661:humanity, and that - to the Master - the form is regarded as relatively of no importance. ReleaseHealing, 661:Release from the threefold form is ever regarded by the spiritual man as the greatest possibleHealing, 673:- an abstract state of mind; nothing which is regarded as non-perfection can create disturbance.Healing, 676:the initiated disciple, whilst goodwill can be regarded as its expression in daily service. TheHealing, 682:much light on circumstances which are [682] regarded as baffling, and on states of consciousnessHealing, 689:even the egoic vehicle, the soul body, is regarded and treated as a part of the form nature. ThoughHealing, 713:the immediate future (from the occult angle) be regarded as little short of miraculous. ThisHercules, 44:is one of the reasons why this constellation is regarded as conferring illumination. In ancientHercules, 44:bull, or the papal enunciations which were regarded [45] as interpreters of God's voice, is a termHercules, 45:and among primitive agricultural peoples, been regarded as the form-building aspect. The moon isHercules, 50:polygamous. In some civilizations the woman is regarded as the dominant factor, and in others theHercules, 64:whilst in Gemini, Castor and Pollux were regarded as symbols of man, the microcosm. They were alsoHercules, 64:in matter, God working through form. Castor was regarded as mortal and Pollux as immortal. It is anHercules, 74:this symbolism. The air has always been regarded as the symbol or the element related to the ChristHercules, 87:that there is no Hebrew word for "crab". It was regarded as unclean and not mentioned. So is theHercules, 87:and not mentioned. So is the material form regarded from the standpoint of spirit, and esotericistsHercules, 88:and is one of the reasons why this is always regarded as a mass sign. In the mass, instinct rules;Hercules, 101:Thus we have the number ten, which is regarded as the number of human perfection and of completion,Hercules, 131:to be an extremist. He knows that those who are regarded as pillars of society may be Pharisees,Hercules, 175:in individual loneliness. Aquila, the eagle, is regarded as being as closely related to CapricornHercules, 222:upon this Fixed Cross. These four signs are regarded in our Christian belief as the Sacred Four andHercules, 226:of the soul, and the form aspect comes to be regarded simply as the mother of the Christ Child.Initiation, 92:stage of human existence the Absolute must be regarded as unconsciousness. Each of the greatInitiation, 95:the process of initiation might therefore be regarded as one in which the different points of lightInitiation, 181:cyclic evolution, a minor ray may be temporarily regarded as a major ray. For instance, at thisInitiation, 181:the seventh Ray of Ceremonial Law or Order is regarded as a major ray, being a ray of synthesis,Initiation, 183:by a European or American business man might be regarded as a type of meditation. In theInitiation, 184:"much" is surmounted and passed, because it is regarded simply as an intensification of the normal,Initiation, 184:every day of his life; tests then come to be regarded as normal, and are considered, whenIntellect, 3:needs in its onward march. That meditation is regarded, by those who define loosely, as a "mode ofIntellect, 38:the ascending hierarchy of stages of progress, regarded as manifestations of Divine Purpose, eachIntellect, 42:entirely reversed. The subjective is ignored and regarded as hypothetical, and the premises uponIntellect, 43:factor in the body economic. His mind is regarded as a storehouse for imparted facts and theIntellect, 58:upon [58] the physical body. This latter is regarded by the esotericist as a pure automaton, drivenIntellect, 69:with sense, reason and analysis, which are regarded as blind guides leading to the morass ofIntellect, 69:and utterly different from it. This Reality is regarded with an admiration often amounting toIntellect, 78:- Bhagavad Gita, VI, 16-17. Meditation can be regarded rightly as part of the natural process whichIntellect, 81:that this realization ought not strictly to be regarded as an 'achievement,' or as 'the productionIntellect, 84:is the same potency demonstrating in what is regarded as the psychical world - the world ofIntellect, 110:them through the medium of the mind. The mind is regarded as in [111] the nature of a sixth sense,Intellect, 115:when in exoteric manifestation. This can be regarded as the purpose which prompted the idea and ledIntellect, 121:Naturalism, when he says that mind can be regarded as a "physical category" and that "we shouldIntellect, 122:the East, and by many in the West, the mind is regarded as separate and distinct from the brain.Intellect, 164:has been said that "illumination itself may be regarded as the highest known example of telepathy;Intellect, 172:a natural process, and the light in the head be regarded as indicating a certain definite stage ofIntellect, 178:personality in the physical world. This can be regarded as the life aspect, and scholars areIntellect, 255:his teacher gets the blame and the science is regarded as dangerous. Yet all the time, he himselfMagic, 4:and status must be preserved, and my rank be regarded as only that of a senior student and of anMagic, 16:the necessary equipment for its apprehension are regarded as fanciful, and unreliable. When manyMagic, 17:and scientific investigators. It is unproven and regarded by even the more open-minded of theMagic, 22:of which the terms spirit, soul, and body are regarded as the main component differentiations? HowMagic, 28:of these two. The world in which we live is regarded by the majority as really solid and tangible,Magic, 29:The problem as to the Why and the Wherefore is regarded as fruitless and speculative and almostMagic, 30:elements of that which has hitherto been regarded as the body. This life principle, this basicMagic, 32:for me that may suffice. For you they should be regarded as significant possibilities and hints asMagic, 34:unsolved. The definition of the soul may be regarded as somewhat more feasible than that of spiritMagic, 37:purely animal nor purely divine, but can be regarded as human souls. The soul of the universe is -Magic, 39:- Introductory Remarks The soul therefore may be regarded as the unified sentiency and the relativeMagic, 86:point. When this is understood, the mind will be regarded as the positive factor and the other twoMagic, 143:or speech and the use of words have been [143] regarded by the ancient philosophers (and areMagic, 143:ancient philosophers (and are increasingly so regarded by modern thinkers) as the highest agentMagic, 190:remember two important facts, which may be regarded as elementary and preliminary but whichMagic, 211:objective. The soul or solar angel might be regarded as gazing in three directions. 1. Towards theMagic, 213:In The Secret Doctrine they are apparently [213] regarded as the same, and the casual reader canMagic, 243:this ebb and flow. Souls might esoterically be regarded as those "seeking the light of experience"Magic, 247:or physical, nor water or emotional. It might be regarded as the vital or etheric body which hasMagic, 283:and Rays 2. Vital forces. These are often regarded by the materialists as intangible and thereforeMagic, 305:helps will no longer be needed. They may be regarded in the meantime as emergency measures,Magic, 326:of God; doctrines and dogmas will no longer be regarded as necessary, for faith will be based onMagic, 419:live and work, should meditate and eat, will be regarded as of no special value. The members of
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