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

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Magic, 38:mother-nature, and between that called the lower self and the spiritual man. Group consciousness,Magic, 38:who are no longer centered in the individualized self-consciousness, but who have entered into aMagic, 51:back upon himself, and thus upon that larger self which has only, in most cases, made its presenceMagic, 51:at rare and highly emotional intervals. When the self is known and not simply felt and, when theMagic, 51:what may be the reaction of and upon the lower self. Only those who can clearly differentiateMagic, 51:the two aspects of their nature, the real self and the illusory self, can work intelligently. ThisMagic, 51:of their nature, the real self and the illusory self, can work intelligently. This has been wellMagic, 51:of the soul to distinguish between the personal self, and the purusha (or spirit). The objectiveMagic, 55:the minds and brains (and therefore the lower self) of students in the higher self, thereby keyingMagic, 55:the lower self) of students in the higher self, thereby keying up their mental interest so thatMagic, 55:To teach them how to link up the personal lower self with the over-shadowing soul so that in theMagic, 59:of knowledge is revealed - knowledge of the self in the spiritual body, knowledge of the ego as itMagic, 60:into ever clearer light. As the knowledge of the self and as the consciousness of that which theMagic, 60:self and as the consciousness of that which the self sees, hears, knows and contacts is stabilized,Magic, 80:- the triadal light - the fire of the lower self, - kundalini - and the fire of mind, - cosmicMagic, 80:center of reality, the real from the unreal, the self from the not-self. Then ensues, consequently,Magic, 80:the real from the unreal, the self from the not-self. Then ensues, consequently, a period that mustMagic, 80:of the Ego is centered necessarily on the lower self and its vehicles, and wherein, therefore, theMagic, 94:plane. Later, the thought of service and of self will be found inadequate, and a more suitable formMagic, 96:a ruling mentality. The mind is ever egoistic, self-seeking, and expresses that personal ambitionMagic, 102:been made, and less interest in the separated self has been gained. More faith in the Good LawMagic, 102:is the demonstration of forces concentrated for self-enforcement, self-aggrandizement, andMagic, 102:of forces concentrated for self-enforcement, self-aggrandizement, and self-gratification.Magic, 102:for self-enforcement, self-aggrandizement, and self-gratification. Harmlessness is the expressionMagic, 103:which grows out of non-reference to the separate self. It will produce that instantaneous responseMagic, 103:be studied from their effects upon one's own self and development, and from their effect upon thoseMagic, 103:servers of the race, and these are developed by self-initiated [104] effort, freedom in action andMagic, 104:your own soul and the prompting of your higher self. Before we proceed to an analysis of this RuleMagic, 104:diaphragm symbolize primarily the personal lower self, and in their synthesizing center, the solarMagic, 116:reaction of assent from the man's higher Self. It makes little or no appeal to the personality. ItMagic, 116:a. Principles governing the lower personal self, dealing with the actions or active life of thatMagic, 116:with the actions or active life of that lower self. They embody the third aspect or the activityMagic, 116:of character. b. Principles governing the higher Self and dealing with the love or wisdom aspect.Magic, 117:the personality and those governing the higher Self. Until more of the race are governed by theMagic, 119:cares naught for what becomes of the personal self and is only interested in the helping of theMagic, 119:governing the life of activity of the lower self, and the ego works with the law of love asMagic, 130:seek within. This inner contact with the higher self is becoming apparent in gradually unfoldingMagic, 130:in gradually unfolding degree, and leads to that self-reliance and inward calm which is based uponMagic, 132:of the soul flourishes; in solitude the divine self can speak; in solitude the faculties and theMagic, 132:the faculties and the graces of the higher self can take root and blossom in the personality. InMagic, 133:it is filled with pride, with despair, or with self-depreciation, the vision does not come throughMagic, 134:worlds without the balance that comes from self-acquired knowledge. The forces that have been setMagic, 135:They must watch for the creeping in of self-interest and of ambition. They must guard againstMagic, 135:against failure to keep in touch with the higher self and with the Master. Another point that hasMagic, 137:of the old and hindering thought-forms through self-sacrifice. A refusal to compromise, throughMagic, 139:need and of the force, regarding the personal self simply as a focal point for action andMagic, 139:the physical world to the needs of the personal self. On the subtler planes they must be transmutedMagic, 140:does not come to those who place the personal self and its position and power before the good ofMagic, 140:to those who seek nothing for the separated self, to those who lose themselves in the good of theMagic, 146:to its originating source becomes aware of the Self, and later of the Kingdom of the Self. HumanityMagic, 146:of the Self, and later of the Kingdom of the Self. Humanity as a whole is aware of its environmentMagic, 146:of God, is known, and communication between the Self and what we call the natural world is set up.Magic, 147:and increasingly aware of the vibration of the Self. Later, on the Path of Probation and ofMagic, 147:world ceases to attract. The inner world of the Self assumes paramount place in the desire nature.Magic, 161:the "condition of the waters" is not that of a self-engendered whirlpool, but is more allied toMagic, 161:disciples who have achieved a fair measure of self-control and of personal disinterestedness. TheyMagic, 169:of the psychic powers, and their use for self assertion. The aspirant has to grow in all parts ofMagic, 170:en rapport with the Master and not the personal self. His problem, therefore, becomes increasinglyMagic, 171:work constantly and ceaselessly with his lower self. He finds that one of the first things he hasMagic, 171:upon them. Ambition, love of power, and the self-sufficiency which characterizes many mental typesMagic, 174:consciousness requires an unselfishness and a self-surrender for which few are prepared; to beMagic, 182:of this will involve discipline, pain, self-abnegation and abstinence. See you to it. The group ofMagic, 184:the physical plane with his ego, soul or higher self, on the mental plane and the subordination ofMagic, 189:and not by his claims or loud speaking. In self-forgetfulness he serves; in self-abnegation heMagic, 189:speaking. In self-forgetfulness he serves; in self-abnegation he walks the earth, and he gives noMagic, 189:and influences, asking nothing for the separated self. When a Master sees this manifestation in aMagic, 197:throat center, for they would be subordinated to self-aggrandizement and ambitions of variousMagic, 202:and to the impulses and tendencies of the lower self. Virtue is the calling in of new energies andMagic, 203:being stated is that in place of the restless self-centered emotional nature and the activity ofMagic, 203:and harmonizing rhythm of the soul, the higher self. This work of imposing the higher vibration onMagic, 206:physical body. The presiding Intelligence, the Self, "seated on the throne between the eyebrows"Magic, 206:alert as is the 'I' consciousness of the average self-centered man. By the rhythm of his divineMagic, 223:and wander down the bypaths of ambition, of self-interest and of material enchantment, but theMagic, 226:have their roots within him in the principle of self-consciousness, or in the ahamkara principle,Magic, 229:purposes of a man whose motives are those of self interest and worldly ambition. These confine himMagic, 229:no emphasis upon the ambitions of the personal self. Clear discrimination of these two pathsMagic, 241:of the soul, as it seeks to draw the lower self into full realization. Physically speaking, it isMagic, 246:be rendered will determine the point where the self is concentrated, but it will be the same self,Magic, 246:self is concentrated, but it will be the same self, whether freed temporarily from the formMagic, 248:gains that plasticity and that fluidity of the self-directed consciousness which will enable him toMagic, 259:because selfishness has been the motive, and self-interest the dominant factor. Part of the work ofMagic, 259:as it oft was by hysteria and a heavenly self-interest) was one of the results of this endeavor.Magic, 261:"May I fulfil my part in the One work through self-forgetfulness, harmlessness and right speech."Magic, 280:and of coordination between the personal self and the soul which will result in ability to buildMagic, 284:seven of his manifold objective existence. 5. Self-conscious Upper brain Head center Pineal gland.Magic, 284:Upper brain Head center Pineal gland. 6. Self-expression Lower brain Throat center Thyroid. 7.Magic, 284:Lower brain Throat center Thyroid. 7. Self-perpetuation Sex organs Sacral center ReproductiveMagic, 284:Sex organs Sacral center Reproductive organs. 8. Self-assertion Entire man Center at base of spineMagic, 285:body. Second, to bring about the development of self-consciousness in man. Third, to transmitMagic, 285:the outstanding achievement of that aspect. The self-consciousness aspect is the prerogative of theMagic, 285:in the course of his evolutionary progress. 1. Self-assertion (full development) The coordinatedMagic, 285:quaternary Center at base of spine Adrenals. 2. Self-expression (creative work) Lower brain ThroatMagic, 285:work) Lower brain Throat center Thyorid. 3. Self-conscious life (personality) Upper brain HeadMagic, 285:Upper brain Head center Pineal gland. 4. Self-perpetuation Sex organs Sacral center Sex glands. 5.Magic, 285:the second ray unfoldment, and also that the self referred to is the self-realization of theMagic, 285:and also that the self referred to is the self-realization of the spiritual man. The lowest aspectMagic, 285:Then comes the expression of the indwelling self, hidden by the personality, through its creativeMagic, 302:nature and hark back to the primal instinct of self-preservation. Savage races however, have littleMagic, 307:and of mutual distrust. It causes a sad self-absorption and this we term a panic or a wave ofMagic, 313:- not into soul consciousness or even into self-consciousness in those very early times. Close to
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