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

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Rays, 588:of the aspirant today is to become a conscious, self-controlled and spiritual worker in energyRays, 614:share, motivated at present by the instinct to self-preservation, but definitely developing as aRays, 627:interiorly. The qualities of the mind - pride, self-centeredness, a separative attitude, a selfishRays, 652:and it is basically the story of the will to self-betterment, the will to human service, goodwill,Rays, 655:barriers and the separating walls which selfish, self-centered and materialistic humanity (largelyRays, 662:episode, made possible because of the self-inspired discipline to which the disciple has forcedRays, 666:other" than the phenomenal, emotional and mental self. The first initiation might be regarded asRays, 685:initiation is not really the curious mixture of self-satisfied attainment, ceremonial, andRays, 686:nature and the selfish sensitivity of the lower self. Initiation III. - Transfiguration. FreedomRays, 686:Initiation IV. - Renunciation. Freedom from all self-interest, and the renouncing of the personalRays, 694:of the man upon the Mutable Cross is that of self-consciousness; that the disciple upon the FixedRays, 696:he asks and holds nothing for the separated self. At that final planetary initiation the Master isRays, 698:spine has received and distributed the energy of self-will (the will of the lower self) and isRays, 698:the energy of self-will (the will of the lower self) and is emptied and stands ready for theRays, 702:entailing the crucifixion of the lower self, is only made possible by the practice of detachmentRays, 710:he has then attained unity with his higher self. Through the building of the antahkarana anotherRays, 715:of one of the lowest aspects of the will (human self-will) which enables a man to carry out hisRays, 715:the purpose is not achieved. Even in relation to self-will, it is veritably the "life of theRays, 718:ponder on the distinction which exists between: Self-will Determination Fixity of purpose The willRays, 750:today, the need to rise out of the prison of self-interest into the freedom of shared opportunity,Reappearance, 6:is one Who has a peculiar capacity (besides a self-initiated task and a preordained destiny) toReappearance, 12:within humanity. The Selfhood of Deity and the Self in the heart of individual man became a factorReappearance, 34:what is called the will of God, and finally the self-evident truth that only through humanityReappearance, 37:leads unerringly to world service, to complete self-forgetfulness and to radiant, magnetic living.Reappearance, 65:seeking the light and attempting (through self-imposed discipline) to stand before the OneReappearance, 71:it is understood by them in terms of their own self-will, the will to individual self-betterment.Reappearance, 71:of their own self-will, the will to individual self-betterment. This type of will is selfish andReappearance, 71:man becomes that of negating his original self-will, and seeking then to merge his will with thatReappearance, 93:Nations are the expression today of the massed self-centeredness of a people and of their instinctReappearance, 93:of a people and of their instinct to self-preservation. These energies can, therefore, increaseReappearance, 99:All esoteric or spiritual training has to be self-applied; this is as true of the Christ as it isReappearance, 105:in man, and what was the soul and was there a self. The Buddha came forth to give the answer and toReappearance, 107:He did, deep instruction upon the nature of the Self. Also the teacher in The Bhagavad Gita, ShriReappearance, 108:through desiring nothing for the separated self. Thus the Christ taught, loved, and lived, carryingReappearance, 119:man has learnt to ask nothing for the separated self, he then renounces desire for life in theReappearance, 129:and in full waking consciousness, through self-initiated effort, penetrate into those inner realmsReappearance, 131:of the Christ within. He will then find that the self-centered forces and the energies of personalReappearance, 144:human heart, "nearer than hands and feet," the Self, the One, the Atma, smaller than the small, yetReappearance, 146:of humanity's reaction as is the instinct of self-preservation. With that inner conviction, we faceReappearance, 163:Because men's eyes are blinded with the tears of self-pity and not of contrition; because theReappearance, 168:release those many hours spent in needless self-care into the service of the Hierarchy. StillReappearance, 171:objective. There we have a motive which is not self-centered but which ranges each individualReappearance, 174:"fighting a war to end war," the main motive was self protection and self-preservation, the hope ofReappearance, 174:war," the main motive was self protection and self-preservation, the hope of gain and theReappearance, 179:must not be for the use of the separated self or for a separative organization or church. In theSoulwhich descends from the central hope of the self envelops the body; it becomes a city of meanings,Soulthreatened to despoil us." - Wm. E. Hocking, Self, Its Body and Freedom, p. 97. Our attitude towardSouljargon either of confused poetizing or of self-mystification. Mrs. Bailey, in this book, has doneSoul, 19:position in the following words: "As for the Self or Soul, it is merely the sum total of theSoul, 19:fifty thousand years, to define and know him. self, that summary may be accepted as the truth aboutSoul, 23:awareness, awareness of awareness, the self, the 'I' images, and all sorts of other things that theSoul, 23:remembers, compares mentally, derives data from self-communion, asks others to do the same; theSoul, 25:They produce [25] different portraits of the self. But the composite of them has a distinctlySoul, 25:instance, of this character." - Hocking, Wm. E., Self, Its Body and Freedom, pp. 17,18. Soul, 25:are divided into three camps - the self-psychologists, the selfless psychologists and the middleSoul, 25:content of every conscious process includes a self - an awareness of self, a self-consciousness.Soul, 25:process includes a self - an awareness of self, a self-consciousness. Hence that all consciousnessSoul, 25:includes a self - an awareness of self, a self-consciousness. Hence that all consciousness is aSoul, 25:a consciousness or awareness of something by a self. "The second group, the selfless ones, claim toSoul, 25:selfless ones, claim to be unable to find any self, or consciousness of self by introspection; denySoul, 25:be unable to find any self, or consciousness of self by introspection; deny its reality and holdSoul, 27:the Upholder, the Taster, the Lord, the Highest Self. "Illuminated by the power that dwells in allSoul, 27:deals with the cause, with the creator, with the self, whether that self [28] is the human divineSoul, 27:with the creator, with the self, whether that self [28] is the human divine self, functioning inSoul, 28:self, whether that self [28] is the human divine self, functioning in its own little world ofSoul, 28:emotional and physical activities, or the great Self, in whom all lesser selves live and move andSoul, 28:and has produced those claiming to know the Self, and through that knowledge to be in touch withSoul, 28:knowledge to be in touch with the subjective Self, with the Over Soul. These claims, they state,Soul, 28:training. In the sphere of the energizing Self, of the spirit behind and beyond, their position isSoul, 28:also that in union there is strength? If the Self exists - and this must be demonstrated - and isSoul, 33:there behind this behavior? Hocking says: "The self is indeed a system of behavior. But it is aSoul, 33:from a persistent hope. The kernel of the self is its hope." - Hocking, Wm. E., Self, Its Body andSoul, 33:of the self is its hope." - Hocking, Wm. E., Self, Its Body and Freedom, p. 46. This hope that lifeSoul, 38:a clever man into an idiot.' " - Hocking, W. E., Self, Its Body and Freedom, pp. 58, 59. Soul, 44:moral and intellectual inferiority, and lack of self-control; but that with a good pituitarySoul, 45:sentiments (as opposed to the intellectualized self-protective sentimentalism), tender-heartedness,Soul, 52:die." Is it not that there is not only a finer self in us - call it spirit, soul, or what you will,Soul, 58:of a fourth and higher factor, the Soul, the Self, and will next awaken to that realization. TheSoul, 58:It partakes of all of these. But it is not self-sufficient or independently existing. It draws uponSoul, 69:consciousness itself. Man, being now a fully self-conscious entity and the personality being nowSoul, 70:time in the history of the race. The directing self, therefore, can now take control, and, throughSoul, 71:appears a possibility of steadily enlarging self-mastery, as the spiritual sense of such disciplineSoul, 71:much without the others." - Hocking, Wm. E., Self, Its Body and Freedom, p. 75. Two points meritSoul, 72:us by Professor Ames: "On the one side was this self or soul, with its thinking; on the other, allSoul, 73:been to find a way to span the chasm between the self and other objects. But with ideas as eventsSoul, 73:philosophers: the idealists upon the side of the self, vainly trying to stretch themselves to reachSoul, 73:side the materialists, striving to ignore the self or to regard it as a phantom, or epiphenomenon,Soul, 77:the Oriental schools regard [77] the soul as the self, the individual, and Christian mysticism isSoul, 77:leads to the conclusion that the terms: Self, Soul, Christ, connote the same state of being orSoul, 82:Doctrine, Vol. I, pp. 79, 80. The soul, the self are synonymous terms in Oriental literature. TheSoul, 82:summarizes the teaching as to the Atma, the self or soul, as follows: "If for our present purposeSoul, 82:as our real most essential being, our individual self, the soul. This identity of the Brahman andSoul, 82:The word signifies no more than 'the self,' and the question then arises what we regard as ourSoul, 82:the question then arises what we regard as our self. Three positions are here possible, accordingSoul, 83:the atman is [83] understood (1) the corporeal self, the body; (2) the individual soul, free fromSoul, 83:follows: "All organic beings have a principle of self-determination, to which the name of 'soul' isSoul, 83:what we know as the inner life of an empirical self. The Empirical Self is the mixture of freeSoul, 83:inner life of an empirical self. The Empirical Self is the mixture of free spirit and mechanism, ofSoul, 91:they assist or no, And, constituting man's self, is what Is - And leans upon the former, makes itSoul, 101:purusha dwells in the midst of the body, as the self of created things in the heart." [102] -
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