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

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Psychology1, 303:safeguard the little feeble ones, and will be regarded therefore as binding upon those who arePsychology1, 304:which normally and by all right-minded people is regarded as wrong must be right because of man'sPsychology1, 338:will serve the intuition. Human activity is now regarded as having reached an incredible speed andPsychology1, 352:solar system. The three rays of aspect might be regarded as embodying the will and purpose of thePsychology1, 352:Logos. The rays of attribute can equally be regarded as embodying the quality and character of thePsychology1, 360:brought the sense of duality to a humanity which regarded itself as a physical unity. Of thisPsychology1, 361:of illumination in all fields will eventually be regarded as synonymous ideals. The sixth rayPsychology1, 368:the floor of the Temple. The lodge has not been regarded as an integrated functioning entity. ThisPsychology1, 418:Divine Principle: The One Life. Spirit. This is regarded as a principle only when our seven planesPsychology2, 5:consciousness is concerned, with what might be regarded symbolically as the brain reaction and [6]Psychology2, 13:of initiation into disrepute. Many people are regarded as initiates who are only endeavoring to bePsychology2, 18:- the ray of the soul's group, which is ever regarded as the true egoic ray. Then, in time, thePsychology2, 23:to separate and divide, so that the process is regarded as proceeding in successive stages, whereasPsychology2, 60:first case, we are dearing with what might be regarded as the physiological aspect, for it is inPsychology2, 63:point, the work proceeds. This work might be regarded as an effort to intensify the hold which thePsychology2, 69:of life in all kingdoms, and therefore man is regarded as a sum total of five energies, and not ofPsychology2, 85:out) a body of phenomena which would have been regarded as magical, impossible and superhumanPsychology2, 121:process. [121] Service is frequently regarded as an endeavor to bring people around to the point ofPsychology2, 121:seated desire for spiritual perfection. It is regarded as one of the necessary qualifications forPsychology2, 130:creative quality, service will eventually be regarded as a world science. It is a creative urge, aPsychology2, 181:an instrument for service. Each person will be regarded as a transmitter of the type of energyPsychology2, 188:The astral-physical brain reactions should be regarded as non-existent and allowed to lapse belowPsychology2, 195:into manifestation through these laws, which are regarded by us as great and inevitable naturalPsychology2, 196:possibility must be watched. This week should be regarded as pre-eminently the "festival week" ofPsychology2, 201:life and, as time elapses, awareness; it is regarded as being conditioned by the body and as aPsychology2, 205:millions of such souls in existence. They may be regarded as the modern Atlanteans. Those souls whoPsychology2, 208:thinker, is purely speculative, and can be regarded probably unprofitable; it may also bePsychology2, 267:on after the third initiation. A man can be regarded as a personality in truth when the form aspectPsychology2, 299:body are clearly defined. The other rays are regarded as only suggestive. This is the chart of thePsychology2, 302:"lifting of the kundalini" and have therefore regarded themselves or others as initiates. TheirPsychology2, 312:opposites. The Dweller on the Threshold is oft regarded as a disaster, as a horror to be avoided,Psychology2, 329:"appearing", and there takes place what might be regarded as a ranging or a gathering of all thePsychology2, 334:also be accepted. The Law of Rebirth will be regarded as a law in nature, and place will be givenPsychology2, 348:or two of its major implications. It has to be regarded as an essential step, prior to passing (inPsychology2, 370:also, and evokes, a crisis. This crisis must be regarded as producing two lesser crises in thePsychology2, 371:in a sense never before realized and are then regarded as possessing a relation quite different toPsychology2, 374:one-pointed attitude which he has hitherto regarded as love. He welcomes then all visions, if theyPsychology2, 456:a menace. This type of difficulty is not often regarded as constituting a psychological problemPsychology2, 456:afflicted that he becomes a group problem, or is regarded as peculiar or unbalanced. It is,Psychology2, 456:with some group or with some teacher is often regarded as a definite means of psychologicalPsychology2, 457:profession, calling, ideology or thought will be regarded as an undesirable symptom, and an effortPsychology2, 461:in the third case, you will have what will be regarded by the world as insanity, curable in timePsychology2, 471:of the human consciousness. Glamor has oft been regarded as a curious attempt of what are calledPsychology2, 471:in human pride and satisfaction. Maya is oft regarded as being of the same nature as the conceptPsychology2, 472:is likewise a travesty of reality. Illusion is regarded in rather the same way, only (as we definePsychology2, 481:of the guidance is vaguely called "God", is regarded as divine, is spoken of as the voice of thePsychology2, 494:[494] The first is that dreams were originally regarded as undesirable, probably because theyPsychology2, 509:work in a Master's group may be registered and regarded as a dream in spite of its reality andPsychology2, 510:communicated to the world disciples and can be regarded by them as either an inspired utterance orPsychology2, 513:for humanity is entering into what may be regarded as a long convalescence. It will be broughtPsychology2, 513:and these expressions of innate powers are regarded as evidence of mental derangement, of [514]Psychology2, 514:of nervous inflammation and neuritis will be regarded as symptoms of the wrong use made of thePsychology2, 547:Accidents are frequently caused by what might be regarded as "explosions of force". These arePsychology2, 565:and situation connected with the one who is regarded as sending the message. In nine cases out ofPsychology2, 573:producing conditions in the subject which are regarded by the orthodox investigator as pathologicalPsychology2, 639:world affairs. Nothing that is here said must be regarded in the nature of criticism, for thatPsychology2, 639:based on the old order. This new party can be regarded as the embodiment of the emerging Kingdom ofPsychology2, 667:as desired; but all these things are to be regarded as simply a means to an end - the production ofPsychology2, 677:righteousness and peace. Righteousness will be regarded as the conscious establishing of rightPsychology2, 680:is permitted. No race or nation must be regarded (either in the spoken or written word) as ofPsychology2, 686:Hierarchy succeed in producing what might be regarded as a form of planetary alignment and thePsychology2, 689:are called is entirely immaterial. They can be regarded as the vice-regents of God, Who can andPsychology2, 689:we live and move and have our being. They may be regarded by certain thinkers as the Archangels ofPsychology2, 689:the true and living Church. They may be regarded by others as the guiding heads of the planetaryPsychology2, 710:work done in other lives. This group might be regarded in many ways as supernormal. Its members arePsychology2, 722:use of spiritual energy, these men and women are regarded as doors into human life, because throughPsychology2, 723:these forces are connected, with what is regarded as the black side of nature and of energy. TheyPsychology2, 749:and have about them nothing that could be regarded as secret or might bring them under suspicion ofRays, 18:objectives of the dedicated individual, but are regarded as adequately grasped by humanity; theyRays, 41:here remind you that the third initiation is regarded by the Hierarchy as the first majorRays, 45:of the initiate and his life demonstration - regarded in a broad and general way, from the angle ofRays, 52:a materialistic affirmation, being usually regarded by the average churchgoer as setting the sealRays, 78:to present a united front upon views hitherto regarded as the vague visions of intelligent andRays, 79:its material counterpart, and that is why 666 is regarded as the number of the Beast or ofRays, 81:angle of the Hierarchy, the third initiation is regarded as the first major initiation. TheseRays, 100:to the entire process of death and might be regarded as one of the definitions of death; it holdsRays, 100:These have been much earlier considered and are regarded as the necessary processes instituted uponRays, 100:completed use) of all contacts which are now regarded as militating against liberation. It is inRays, 107:the physical, emotional or mental, that they are regarded as no life. To understand this, I wouldRays, 143:Beyond those limits - who knows? Light can be regarded as a symptom, a reaction to the meeting andRays, 156:and the third. Prior to that, he is still regarded as a potential hazard and as unstable. AfterRays, 162:ends, is no longer needed. It is then regarded as "supplementary," and under the Law its life, itsRays, 170:planetary Logos Himself. The will is too often regarded as a power by means of which things areRays, 179:as we understand that term. They are sometimes regarded as blind forces, but that is only becauseRays, 207:reader; initiation otherwise would be apt to be regarded as the attainment of a relatively staticRays, 216:major initiation, and not the fourth, as it is regarded from the human angle; the third initiationRays, 216:human angle; the third initiation is technically regarded as the first major initiation. The majorRays, 225:the eleven rules already dealt with might be regarded as controlling the conscious activity of theRays, 235:to the Masters than today. The war might be regarded as a revolt by the form side of nature againstRays, 254:an important instruction and one which could be regarded as the skeleton outline of the work I wishRays, 256:far different to all these factors which are regarded as automatic and necessarily present. I referRays, 265:aspect of purpose. Fusion might therefore be regarded as the individual process of spiritualRays, 265:the three divine aspects in man. Unity might be regarded as the conscious adaptation of theRays, 272:Themselves with the Lord of the World might be regarded as constituting aspects of His personality,Rays, 275:complementary to each other but must not be regarded as one. The triangles of light must beRays, 296:which they create is not claimed by them but is regarded as an expression of hierarchical activity;Rays, 311:not, however, that none of these aspects can be regarded as higher or lower, for all are equallyRays, 316:in the initiate. The first two initiations - oft regarded by humanity as major initiations - are inRays, 324:will be taught, though they will not be then regarded as esoteric. It will be apparent to you thatRays, 325:nothing at all to the mass of men; it has been regarded by the intelligentsia as vague and
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