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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - SENSE
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Psychology2, 234:It is this instinct which is the basis of his sense of immortality, and which is his guarantee ofPsychology2, 238:into the world of reality, can he begin to sense God's true objective and purpose, to catch a briefPsychology2, 240:by their group relation) they can unitedly sense the [241] vision and react to the principle ofPsychology2, 241:naturally by my capacity. Only dimly do I sense it, and only occasionally and faintly does thePsychology2, 243:us learn to be at-one with all that breathes, to sense the vision for the whole, as far as we can,Psychology2, 247:An initiate is essentially one whose sense of awareness is occupied with subjective contacts andPsychology2, 247:preoccupied with the world of outer sense perceptions. This cultivated interest in the inner worldPsychology2, 247:we shall arrive at a newer beauty, a greater sense of truth and at the revelation of God's meaningPsychology2, 248:of light breaks through to the aspiring mind; a sense of unveiled splendor for a moment sweepsPsychology2, 248:and the beauty fades out. The man is left with a sense of bereavement, of loss, and yet with aPsychology2, 248:to the heightened vibration and can not only sense and touch, but can hold and contact at will thisPsychology2, 251:are divine attributes. When they produce a sense of separateness and of difference, they are thenPsychology2, 251:When, however, they are preserved within the sense of synthesis and used in the application of thePsychology2, 265:his opportunity. I am not here referring in any sense whatever to the desirable coordination ofPsychology2, 265:his environment in any permanent or powerful sense. He cannot bring through or radiate out hisPsychology2, 265:- Introduction A personality is a man with a sense of destiny. Such a man has sufficient will powerPsychology2, 265:people are urged forward to their destiny by a sense of power, by self-love, by exalted ambition,Psychology2, 266:the physical body. This took place in the racial sense in Atlantean times; it is going on todayPsychology2, 276:the aspirant, and is the cause of that unhappy sense of duality which produces distress and sorrowPsychology2, 278:fully enlightened in the occult and spiritual sense) on the Way of Descending Approach, embodiedPsychology2, 295:thinking. Only initiates are in a position to sense, determine, or discover the nature of theirPsychology2, 300:as he, at his present point of development, can sense it. When he takes the first initiation, thenPsychology2, 300:of his own diagnosis, and thus develop a better sense of proportion as to his own mental perceptionPsychology2, 302:center is only awakened in its true and final sense at the third initiation. At that time thePsychology2, 305:but they are not dynamic in the essential sense, nor are they brilliant focal points of light. 2.Psychology2, 317:upon an inner and often hidden and unrealized sense of frustration, of disillusionment, of trouble;Psychology2, 324:the identity which is time-conscious in the true sense of the word, and which views the period ofPsychology2, 324:of manifestation as a whole, gaining thus a sense of proportion, an understanding of values and anPsychology2, 324:an understanding of values and an inner sense of synthesis. Little by little the triple mechanismPsychology2, 326:lives, usually in the practical and material sense. Intensifies their sensitive perception. PermitsPsychology2, 331:stages outlined above. But gradually a higher sense of values supervenes; there comes a period whenPsychology2, 335:is aware, based as it will be on a growing sense of duality. It will also be capable of expertPsychology2, 336:of the Mystic, with his aspiration, his sense of [337] duality, and his reaching out after God,Psychology2, 337:its presence felt, and to grip in a different sense than hitherto, and in a more active manner, itsPsychology2, 338:is gradually awakening to a new and higher sense of values, and is slowly at first and more rapidlyPsychology2, 339:groups and the entrance of a new and fuller sense of spiritual energy. The shift of emphasis isPsychology2, 350:his environment in a wider and more specialized sense. Today, in our Aryan race, humanity isPsychology2, 353:with the gaining of power in a personality sense and in a material world. Power selfishly usedPsychology2, 355:is left, unsatisfied and with a deepening sense of futility and emptiness, "pendent upon thePsychology2, 357:evolutionary scale and therefore a reason for a sense of encouragement, it is treated as a diseasePsychology2, 358:is always a subray of the egoic ray, in the same sense that the seven major rays of our solarPsychology2, 364:incentive for alignment. This alignment or sense of oneness is not in any way a mysticalPsychology2, 364:en rapport with divinity. The mystic still has a sense of duality. Nor is it the sense ofPsychology2, 364:still has a sense of duality. Nor is it the sense of identification which can characterize thePsychology2, 365:produces the following sequential results: A sense of isolation. Putting this into more modernPsychology2, 365:overcame Elijah. He was overwhelmed with a sense of his clarity of vision in relation to thePsychology2, 365:of his unique response to it, and also with a sense of aloneness which devastated him. A sense ofPsychology2, 365:a sense of aloneness which devastated him. A sense of despairing futility. The forces arraignedPsychology2, 370:to much aridness in the life-experience and to a sense of loss; it often takes much wise handling,Psychology2, 371:to soul. These two are then seen as one in a sense never before realized and are then regarded asPsychology2, 371:middle ages it used to be called,' the "common sense." When this takes place, form and life arePsychology2, 373:There he learns breadth of vision and a right sense of proportion. These two qualities he alwaysPsychology2, 375:an aspect or a part, and is not limited by the sense of time. Psychology2, 381:upon the Path of initiation by Those Who Know no sense of separativeness, and signifies one whereinPsychology2, 388:then over. The soul is in complete control; no sense of separativeness is again possible. ThePsychology2, 389:developing the aesthetic consciousness, the sense of color, and the recognition of the use ofPsychology2, 398:remote from our understanding as the aesthetic sense, group philanthropy and world states are fromPsychology2, 404:upon the unattainable and its culture of the sense of sin down the centuries have led to manyPsychology2, 404:and right religion (which is the culture of the sense of divinity) and right scientific unfoldmentPsychology2, 406:when the intelligence is beginning to control) a sense of cleavage and of duality. ThesePsychology2, 407:synthesis of soul - and body. This produces a sense of destiny, individual and racial; a sense ofPsychology2, 407:a sense of destiny, individual and racial; a sense of purpose, and of plan. It produces also thePsychology2, 409:problems of integration. Those arising out of a sense of duality. This sense of duality, as thePsychology2, 409:Those arising out of a sense of duality. This sense of duality, as the result of realized cleavage,Psychology2, 409:express itself as a high voltage ambition, as a sense of power , as desire for personalityPsychology2, 415:and the man becomes conscious in the larger sense. Head and heart then link up, and the spiritualPsychology2, 416:is bound up with the re-establishment of the sense of unity and of balance, of oneness or ofPsychology2, 417:by the right use of: [417] The instinctual sense of divinity which leads to reorientation in thePsychology2, 419:of awareness, and this program is based on a sense of direction and a definite orientation of thePsychology2, 421:and the development in the child of a positive sense of himself, thus making him positive inPsychology2, 421:making him positive in thought and training his sense of self-identity - all these are sound helpsPsychology2, 421:- Some Problems of Psychology The true sense of cleavage and really serious difficulty comes,Psychology2, 421:himself which does not truly want to do so. The sense of frustration then descends upon him and hePsychology2, 422:ends the life in futility, deep depression and a sense of frustration which runs all the way from aPsychology2, 423:the realm of the desire nature, leading to the sense of frustration and a break in the lifePsychology2, 423:evoking the desire to serve and providing the sense of satisfaction which comes from accomplishmentPsychology2, 424:to higher goals and the development of the sense of right direction. This involves The cultivationPsychology2, 424:based on any true creative ability. It is the sense of "I, the dramatic actor". This rightly usedPsychology2, 424:value and importance. The elimination of the sense of sin, of disapprobation, with itsPsychology2, 427:selfishly polarized or spiritually inclined. The sense of cleavage, the need for orientation, thePsychology2, 427:the bridging process and the ultimate sense of achievement are identical in both cases. Psychology2, 427:is universal and not unique. It is the sense of uniqueness - with its separative tendency and itsPsychology2, 428:the need for effort and at the same time a [428] sense of gain and of freedom, when surmounted,Psychology2, 429:even in children. The development of the sense of fantasy and the training of children to makePsychology2, 429:the governing ideals of the new education. The sense of fantasy calls into play the imagination,Psychology2, 429:of the developing intelligence. Therefore: The sense of fantasy The sense of choice The sense ofPsychology2, 429:Therefore: The sense of fantasy The sense of choice The sense of the whole - plus The sense ofPsychology2, 429:The sense of fantasy The sense of choice The sense of the whole - plus The sense of ordered purposePsychology2, 429:of choice The sense of the whole - plus The sense of ordered purpose should govern our training ofPsychology2, 429:children which are coming into incarnation. The sense of fantasy brings the creative imaginationPsychology2, 431:of further opportunity and a lengthened sense of time are both quieting and helpful to many typesPsychology2, 433:of dramatic episodes which feed the innate sense of individuality of the reincarnating man, andPsychology2, 437:cleavages is the recognition of an immediate sense of well-being and of demand for expression. ThisPsychology2, 437:brings its own problems among which are these: A sense of power, which makes the man, temporarilyPsychology2, 438:horizon, and greater opportunities. This larger sense can bring, therefore, serious troubles andPsychology2, 438:as an integral part of a much greater whole. His sense of values will then be adjusted and hisPsychology2, 438:sense of values will then be adjusted and his sense of power rightly oriented. A tendency toPsychology2, 438:the man (as a result of integration and a sense of well-being or power and capacity) into aPsychology2, 438:the Path of Wisdom. The over-development of the sense of direction or of vocation, if you like toPsychology2, 438:it so, though the two are not identical, for the sense of direction is less definite than the
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