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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ROOTS
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Autobiography, 55:next. I had to come to a dead stop, red to the roots of my hair and feeling shaky. Then a voiceAutobiography, 153:sustenance out of the mineral kingdom, for its roots are in the mineral kingdom. The animalBethlehem, 8:inwardly connected, and their depths have their roots in God. "Therefore, no spiritual form canBethlehem, 123:of conflict, He is tempted to question the very roots of His being. I do not question the fact thatBethlehem, 195:that they accepted it without going to the roots of the matter. But this vagueness was not to theBethlehem, 264:that basic theory which not only has its roots in the past, but is capable of application in a newDiscipleship1, 12:Third: This group unity which will have its roots in united group meditation or in theDiscipleship1, 74:of the seed and its ability to cast strong roots downwards and to penetrate slowly and steadilyDiscipleship1, 148:takes a strong soul to know the sources and the roots of pain, lying deep hidden in the manifestedDiscipleship1, 271:you because this fear went down into the very roots of your being; it is basic in the form life andDiscipleship1, 494:careful process of reasoning for you so that the roots of your preoccupation with the little selfDiscipleship1, 512:founded - is still capable of poisoning the very roots of being of distorting all attitudes to lifeDiscipleship1, 717:is sometimes spoken of as the "stage wherein the roots of the man-plant are shaken; the stage inDiscipleship2, 534:have evaded them, and this evasion has had its roots in an unrecognized fear of [535] failureDiscipleship2, 615:at present only to this life, but it has its roots in the past, and - unless you clear it up - willDiscipleship2, 644:ever a hard and bitter test, going to the very roots of his life, and for those in preparation forDiscipleship2, 755:alone has naught to give. Cut deep into the roots of all thy life. Seek freedom from the past. YetExternalisation, 62:of the seeds and their ability to cast strong roots downwards and to penetrate slowly and steadilyExternalisation, 277:War is but an aspect of change, and has its roots deep in matter. The peace usually desired andExternalisation, 376:human family; the new civilization must have its roots in and emerge out of the past; new idealsExternalisation, 589:thankfully what is reasonable and which has its roots in the past, can be proven by history, andFire, 175:ear can be seen, and the Lotus has to cast its roots down into the mud before the beauty of theFire, 826:India. The problem of labor and capital has its roots in the subjective distinction betweenFire, 1166:It is the product of fire and matter. It has its roots in the mud, it grows up through the water,Glamour, 20:of the glamor of the present time, and has its roots in human pride and satisfaction. Maya is oftGlamour, 32:vast illusory thought-forms, which have their roots and draw their life from the lower personalityGlamour, 45:is a mass glamor in most cases. It has its roots in mass psychology and is one of the indicationsGlamour, 59:need for right perceptions, and to indicate the roots of the prevalence of the world illusion,Healing, 9:of the planetary Life, and that it has its roots in what is largely designated "cosmic evil." ThisHealing, 19:dealing with those diseases which have their roots in some subtle body or other, or in the resultsHealing, 28:and with the secondary causes which have their roots in man's inner bodies and in the subjectiveHealing, 58:devastated the inhabitants of old Atlantis. The roots of this dire evil are deep seated in theHealing, 64:this taint, as might well be expected, has its roots in the astral or sentient body, the body ofHealing, 67:is a basic psychological complaint and has its roots in the intensification of the astral body,Healing, 69:I say that cancer, for instance, has its roots in an astral condition and began its career inHealing, 70:to disease. The scourge of influenza has its roots in fear and worry, and once the world settlesHealing, 119:both physical and psychological, has its roots in the good, the beautiful and the true. It is but aHealing, 134:both physical and psychological, has its roots in the good, the beautiful and the true. It is but aHealing, 246:will show - the word "dust" comes from two roots, one meaning "wind" and the other "falling toHealing, 432:friction; cruelty, producing pain and death. The roots of death are therefore deep seated; it isHealing, 443:309. The instinct of self-preservation has its roots in an innate fear of death; through theHealing, 533:both physical and psychological, has its roots in the good, the beautiful and the true. It is but aHealing, 544:healer to bear in mind is that disease has its roots in the past (a group past or an individualHealing, 564:both physical and psychological, has its roots in the good, the beautiful and the true. It is but aHealing, 565:both physical and psychological, has its roots in the good, the beautiful and the true. This is butHealing, 707:energy "expels dynamically" the very seed or roots of the disease. There may be a rise inHercules, 145:to attack the monster that lay coiled at the roots of his nature; discrimination, to discover aInitiation, 222:universe. It may be said to be composed of two roots, "pra" to manifest, and "krita" to make;Intellect, 35:a crisis in the educational field which has its roots in a success, which, if carried forward alongIntellect, 55:understood by 'the soul-theory' has its roots in dualism. And what some people mean when they speakIntellect, 67:these four types of prayer that all have their roots in the desire nature, and that the fourthIntellect, 234:without a constant plucking of oneself up by the roots to see how one is growing. Those around usMagic, 69:Through this method he will grow, for the roots of intuitive knowledge are laid deep within theMagic, 226:desires and aspirations which have their roots within him in the principle of self-consciousness,Magic, 226:aspect of the higher consciousness. This has its roots in the soul, presupposes the dominance ofMagic, 298:- the fear of failure, the fear which has its roots in doubt, the fear of ultimate negation or ofMagic, 298:advanced initiate can comprehend. Fear has its roots in the warp and woof of matter itself, and isMagic, 302:psychological thought habits, which have their roots deep in the animal nature and hark back to theMagic, 306:to its task, and in many cases has its roots in the fact that a man is a disciple, or a really bigMagic, 307:its devitalizing and depressing results has its roots in various factors which we have only theMagic, 315:will come response. It is in this fact that the roots of mass psychology and of mob rule lie. AlsoMagic, 315:of mass psychology and of mob rule lie. Also the roots of public opinion, so-called, are to beMagic, 372:physical body suffers from at present have their roots in the etheric body. There are few, if any,Magic, 409:completed in the present, and its search for the roots of man's equipment in the earlier trends,Magic, 426:and in this day and generation attend ye to the roots of growth." Little groups will spring up hereMagic, 462:as disease. This surprises you? Disease has its roots primarily in maladjustments and misdirectedMagic, 474:the flickering impulses of the soul, cut at the roots of life, and so bring death. If spoken in theMagic, 544:in the Mahabharata and the present war had the roots of their trouble and the seeds of theMagic, 544:both. The coming great division will have its roots in the mental world and will consummate in theMagic, 556:of his present interests, for these have their roots in the past. It will be successful if he canMagic, 560:attitude spiritually, will cut at the very roots of a man's life; but it will render back aMagic, 561:each other, the little faults which have their roots in personality and which are, after all,Magic, 577:the discriminative faculty which reaches to the roots of the chela's being and separates the realMagic, 626:out that all the major instincts have their roots in that peculiar quality of the planetary life, -Magic, 629:the fears which beset humanity, having their roots in instincts, seem nevertheless to be divineMeditation, 341:self-analysis. Pull not yourselves up by the roots to see if there is growth. It takes preciousMeditation, 357:universe. It may be said to be composed of two roots, "pra" to manifest, and "krita" to make;Patanjali, 112:life or in some later life. 13. So long as the roots (or samskaras) exist, their fruition will bePatanjali, 144:- Book 2 - The Steps to Union 13. So long as the roots (or samkaras) exist, their fruition will bePatanjali, 145:known that the tree of life is depicted with the roots above and the flowering leaves downwards. InPatanjali, 145:the same symbolic presentation holds true. The roots are found on the mental plane. The floweringProblems, 25:The same is largely true of Great Britain. The roots of the people in the United States areProblems, 38:paying the price of our wrongdoing. War has its roots in greed; material ambition has motivated allProblems, 131:presentation of truth to the people; its roots are in the past but it is not growing into theProblems, 152:religion, a universal faith which will have its roots in the past, but which will make clear theProblems, 160:technique of invocation and evocation has its roots in past methods of human approach to Deity. MenPsychology1, 72:the path. All flowers are thine. Settle the roots in mud, the flowers in sun. Prove mud and sun,Psychology1, 72:mud, the flowers in sun. Prove mud and sun, and roots and flowers are one. Quality - power toPsychology1, 175:the trained minds in the government, to the very roots of the national existence. That certainPsychology1, 226:but on the vegetable kingdom (which has its roots in the mineral kingdom), and upon men and animalsPsychology1, 230:only a small fraction of that whole. Man has his roots in all the three kingdoms; all havePsychology1, 248:not possible. Yet it must be remembered that the roots of human psychology lie hidden in thisPsychology1, 304:unless a man is celibate. This theory has its roots in two things: First, there has ever been aPsychology1, 390:how the many septenates of nature, having their roots in the primary septenate of rays, can bePsychology1, 399:today no nation in the world but has its roots in that group which - in old Lemuria - had advancedPsychology2, 95:the Piscean Age. This astral influence has its roots in the past Atlantean civilization, whichPsychology2, 95:happens today, and which may develop, has its roots in that aspect of energy. Seeds sown at thatPsychology2, 181:This contemplated group unity will have its roots in group meditation, or in the contemplative lifeRays, 202:and its Brotherhood to an unholy finish. The roots of the Black Lodge are on the cosmic astralRays, 202:Lodge are on the cosmic astral plane, as the roots of the White Lodge and its Brotherhood are on
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