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

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Patanjali, 426:and has unified soul and body. He stands (as regards the three worlds) at the stage called that ofProblems, 46:In still other countries, the individual regards himself of so much importance and his right toProblems, 100:methods, the fact that the Jew, if orthodox, regards Gentile food as impure for him and that theProblems, 100:as secondary to his racial obligations. He regards the Jew as a follower of an obsolete religion;Psychology1, xx:nothing for the separated self, and in which he regards all that he has as something which he canPsychology1, 17:that the Son emerged. The esotericist, however, regards Spirit-Matter as the first unity, and thePsychology1, 38:that glamors him and completely deludes him. He regards himself as the form, and then proceeds fromPsychology1, 49:goal. It is not true of the present stage as regards expression, for this is the intermediatePsychology1, 56:humanity shares with the animal kingdom as regards its possession of vitality, sentiency, andPsychology1, 56:potential mind; with the vegetable kingdom as regards vitality and sentiency; and with the mineralPsychology1, 56:and sentiency; and with the mineral kingdom as regards vitality and potential sentiency. The soulPsychology1, 74:work of black magic, and when ignorant humanity regards Antichrist as working on the black side,Psychology1, 190:time, this fourth ray is out of manifestation as regards its minor and cyclic influence. I fullyPsychology1, 325:point in their evolution are decentralized as regards their own personality life. The focus ofPsychology2, 45:of the significance of the first initiation. As regards identification, the reactions of thePsychology2, 82:which to build the forms for manifestation. As regards the methods, techniques and types ofPsychology2, 201:in use. Modern psychology, speaking generally, regards the soul in one or another of the followingPsychology2, 208:imaginative. May I say here that the occultist regards all the above affirmative statements asPsychology2, 264:used definition; it applies to common usage, and regards each human being as a person. ThisPsychology2, 391:of consciousness which sees the whole as one and regards itself, not theoretically but as aPsychology2, 391:of the man, and not the man himself who regards himself as isolated. The word [392] "isolated"Psychology2, 415:in and through the etheric or vital body. As regards the physical body in its more dense expressionPsychology2, 473:instead of in terms of psychical phenomena. He regards it all as wonderful, revealing, true andPsychology2, 482:fails to recognize that the voice is his own. He regards it as God's voice. For them, the way ofPsychology2, 488:to him as utterly new and phenomenal, and he regards them as divine injunctions coming from God.Psychology2, 562:and enables him to fix his relative value as regards other bodies, extraneous to himself. SightPsychology2, 589:translated. The idea is that the average psychic regards the solar plexus and throat centers (thePsychology2, 599:mystic is drawn so constantly "upwards" (as he regards and terms it) to the land of his dreams, toPsychology2, 748:and your personal expression in the world. As regards the required united work, I can but indicateRays, 15:in the New Age, Vol. I. and II.) As regards the Hierarchy itself, speaking esoterically andRays, 32:which should be carefully borne in mind, both as regards the disciple's own reactions and training,Rays, 32:disciple's own reactions and training, and as regards any effect which he may call forth in theRays, 165:Christ referred to this work of abstraction, as regards the third great planetary center, Humanity,Rays, 325:new theme and an entirely new concept as regards man's education when he has reached a relativelyRays, 385:This is one of the reasons why the Hierarchy regards the third initiation as the first majorRays, 397:is the only Path which the Lord of the World regards as within the field of His spiritualRays, 397:the subsidiary evolutions, Those Masters Whom He regards at any one time as essential to the workRays, 429:modern history. Her evil destiny (as she regards it) does, nevertheless, give her the opportunityRays, 439:as far as He Himself is concerned. He only regards time as it may affect the working of the Plan inRays, 453:thread is a unity, generally speaking, as regards humanity as a whole and specifically of theRays, 471:and an unrestricted awareness - unrestricted as regards the initiate, moving within the orbit ofRays, 471:the planetary Logos (though not unrestricted as regards that greater Life which moves within stillRays, 518:This word is "Purpose itself am I." [518] As regards the other and remaining Words of PowerRays, 534:to the theosophical definition which regards it as a culminating ceremony of a period of training.Rays, 578:bring about right human relations. As regards humanity as a whole, polarized as it is in theRays, 581:- the latent ideology of the Kingdom of God. As regards the individual initiate who is to undergoRays, 649:upon the form side of experience and thus regards physical well-being and physical comfort, plusRays, 659:usual) under the hand of the destroyer, humanity regards it as a major disaster and dreads andRays, 670:and is subordinated to the law of the land as regards its relation to its opposite pole - eitherReappearance, 115:and a detriment to progress. The Eastern student regards it as giving him plenty of time; this hasSoul, 11:the rather naive intellectualistic point which regards that life as centering solely in the brain.Soul, 54:starts with that which the Occidental regards as hypothetical. He lays the emphasis upon theSoul, 54:manifestation of inner subjective energies. He regards the entire mechanics of the cosmos and ofSoul, 63:of the Unseen, p. 274. The Eastern teaching regards the vital body as the intermediary between theSoul, 79:The modern materialistic psychology which regards the soul as the product of brain activity isSoul, 99:Fohat, is analogous to what the Christian regards as the spirit; it is the will-to-exist, theSoul, 104:between mind and matter. "Hindu philosophy regards Prana and not motion as the fundamental energySoul, 111:system. In Man and His Becoming we read: "As regards the nadis or arteries of the subtle form, theySoul, 144:willingness to accept what the Western student regards as hypothetical and given an open mind whatTelepathy, 4:upon it and work it out into manifestation. Each regards it as his special privilege so to do and,Telepathy, 68:are often fertile fields of illumination. As regards Shamballa, the impression there received isTelepathy, 78:yet, at the same time, remain creatively free as regards their reaction to these contacted
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