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

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Psychology1, 361:This will inaugurate the age of the "divine service." The vision of the giving of the individual inPsychology1, 361:of the giving of the individual in sacrifice and service, within the group and to the group ideal,Psychology1, 363:becomes possible, and the aim of all the divine service begins to demonstrate. All service isPsychology1, 363:the divine service begins to demonstrate. All service is governed by ritual. The coming in of thePsychology1, 364:[364] Harness the forces of the planet to the service of the race. Send forth those energies whichPsychology1, 367:under the Plan and no forced and dictated service. [368] Much of the success in the comingPsychology1, 375:Through the scientific culture of the ritual of service it can be still further developed. ThePsychology1, 375:of the meditation of God and the act of divine service, carried on throughout the entire period ofPsychology1, 375:subordination of the lower life to the ritual of service is literally the tuning-in of thePsychology1, 381:their place and part in the field of intelligent service. An inspired creative life on the physicalPsychology1, 392:ray of love into just and intelligent world service, she may give to the world the pattern of thatPsychology1, 397:they had gathered and to dedicate it to the service of God. Their unrecognized motive was love ofPsychology1, 397:of the world more than they loved the service of the light. Again the Word went forth to thePsychology2, 12:group, through the experience of understanding, service and sacrifice. This can well constitute aPsychology2, 16:the needs of the group and the goal of world service. Is not the above sufficiently practical?Psychology2, 19:when deliberately recovered in the work of service). Naught is then known save Deity, - noPsychology2, 35:of the goal and the way to that goal is of service at this time, and it is to this realization thatPsychology2, 35:which is assumed at will for purpose of service, but which in no way constitutes a limitation andPsychology2, 48:world, who are battling, at this time, in the service of the Plan. They are present in the world atPsychology2, 69:beginning to be used consciously and wisely in service, a rhythm is then set up between thePsychology2, 70:and the other world as constituting the field of service, yet regarding both together as formingPsychology2, 72:a conscious incorporation into the group in service and for purposes of assimilation into thePsychology2, 75:of illusion, and in the performance of service with love and understanding, - thus is this workPsychology2, 85:matter and directing material energy to the service and the growing needs of mankind, the subtlePsychology2, 93:make further progress possible. Herein lies Our service to God, through sacrifice and death; OurPsychology2, 93:service to God, through sacrifice and death; Our service to other souls, through deliberatePsychology2, 93:through deliberate self-sacrificing purpose; Our service to other forms of life in other kingdoms.Psychology2, 100:and secondly, through pure, disinterested service, which is a quality of the soul. There is,Psychology2, 105:to learn to relinquish the fruits or gains of service and learn to serve without attachment toPsychology2, 107:The principle of work is love for all men and service to the race, preserving at the same time aPsychology2, 107:Each soul grows into the way of light through service rendered, through experience gained, throughPsychology2, 108:the inner group integrity. More plans for service have gone astray and more workers have beenPsychology2, 108:and in the joy of struggle and on the way of service the differences will disappear and the generalPsychology2, 109:with each other as disciples, nor their service to the world. Psychology2, 112:beings have, through meditation, discipline and service, most definitely made a contact with theirPsychology2, 113:they unitedly constitute themselves channels for service in pure self-forgetfulness. This thoughtPsychology2, 117:vibrant and alive and intensely active, through service and meditation and right aspiration. A linePsychology2, 117:indicates the way of group, and of individual service. As the individual aspirants lose sight ofPsychology2, 117:the individual aspirants lose sight of self in service, and as they arrive at the stage ofPsychology2, 118:Seven Laws of Soul or Group Life 3. The Law of Service Esoteric Name Exoteric Name Symbol RayPsychology2, 118:Name Exoteric Name Symbol Ray Energy 3. Law of Service Law of water and the fishes A man with a potPsychology2, 118:to govern all soul activity. It is the Law of Service. However, before we elaborate this theme,Psychology2, 118:our success, will be determined by the ensuing service to the race. If there is rightPsychology2, 118:between higher and lower mind. The science of Service, which is a definite technique ofPsychology2, 118:in the disciple's life. Secondly, this Law of Service is something which may not be escaped.Psychology2, 119:until that stage is reached, spontaneous [119] service, rendered in love and guided by wisdom,Psychology2, 119:In its highest expression, we have the service rendered upon the planet in all the kingdoms ofPsychology2, 119:the other unconsciously directed) to the Law of Service. Thirdly, this Law of Service was expressedPsychology2, 119:to the Law of Service. Thirdly, this Law of Service was expressed for the first time fully by thePsychology2, 119:prepared the way for the divine expression of service, which will be the glory of the comingPsychology2, 120:written and [120] spoken, finds its outlet in service, can man begin to measure up to his innatePsychology2, 120:yet it diminishes not. The sign for this Law of Service is very similar, but the difference lies inPsychology2, 120:upon the shoulders, is a sign of the burden of service. It is not easy to serve. Man is today onlyPsychology2, 120:sign for the constellation Libra - balance and service. These are the two expressions of DivinityPsychology2, 120:Egoic Ray - The Seven Laws of Soul or Group Life Service is usually interpreted as exceedinglyPsychology2, 120:and it is seldom realized how very difficult service essentially is. It involves so much sacrificePsychology2, 121:the success of the evolutionary process. [121] Service is frequently regarded as an endeavor toPsychology2, 121:necessarily be good and true and useful for all. Service is viewed as something we render to thePsychology2, 121:if we fail to release or relieve the sufferers. Service is frequently an indication of a busy andPsychology2, 121:which the server feels should be done. Or again, service can grow out of a fanatical desire toPsychology2, 121:towards the needy. The essential quality for service is, therefore, lacking, and from the startPsychology2, 121:they fail to do more than make certain gestures. Service can likewise be rendered from a deepPsychology2, 121:theory is correct, but the living substance of service is lacking. The ideal is right and true andPsychology2, 121:but the motive behind it all is entirely wrong. Service can also be rendered because [122] it isPsychology2, 122:and the custom to be occupied with some form of service. The tide is on. Everybody is activelyPsychology2, 122:It is fashionable to serve in some way. Service gives a sense of power; service brings one friends;Psychology2, 122:in some way. Service gives a sense of power; service brings one friends; service is a form of groupPsychology2, 122:a sense of power; service brings one friends; service is a form of group activity, and frequentlyPsychology2, 122:indicates wrong motives and false aspiration, service of a kind is constantly and readily beingPsychology2, 122:Logos informs our earth planet. The idea of service is, at this time, the major idea to be graspedPsychology2, 122:wide to the new incoming influences. The Law of Service is the expression of the energy of a greatPsychology2, 123:of all groups is the quality which leads to service - a service to be rendered as the MastersPsychology2, 123:groups is the quality which leads to service - a service to be rendered as the Masters render it,Psychology2, 123:Laws of Soul or Group Life a. Some Questions on Service Therefore, the service rendered today isPsychology2, 123:Life a. Some Questions on Service Therefore, the service rendered today is what it is because thePsychology2, 123:accounts for the emotional nature of most of the service rendered in the world at this time; it isPsychology2, 123:the higher angle of the soul. When, however, the service rendered is based upon a mental responsePsychology2, 123:a happier and more successful demonstration of service. In this Treatise I seek to be intenselyPsychology2, 123:be intensely practical, for this new science of service must be based on right foundations and onPsychology2, 124:as possible. [124] How do we define the word "service"? What is the field of this science and whyPsychology2, 124:of the true server? What effect does service have On the mind? On the emotions? On the ethericPsychology2, 124:or ray types employ distinctive methods in their service? The consideration of these questions willPsychology2, 124:things: Show in my answers to each question that service is not a sentiment or an ideal, but thatPsychology2, 124:of Soul or Group Life How do we define the word "Service"? The definition of this word is not easy.Psychology2, 124:it from the angle of personality knowledge. Service can be briefly defined as the spontaneousPsychology2, 125:can demonstrate in the world of human affairs. Service is not a quality or a performance; it is notPsychology2, 125:process in humanity will be at fault. Service is a life demonstration. It is a soul urge, and is asPsychology2, 125:from without and based upon a theory of service. It is simply the first real effect, evidenced uponPsychology2, 125:How then is it that there is so much activity in service demonstrating in the world today? SimplyPsychology2, 125:of the One Who came to make clear to us what service essentially is, has necessarily had an effect,Psychology2, 126:[126] All these laws of the Soul (and the Law of Service is no exception) manifest inevitably inPsychology2, 126:and therefore today we have much running after service, and much philanthropic effort. All of itPsychology2, 126:harm, for people seek to impose their ideas of service and their personal techniques upon otherPsychology2, 126:the egoic life, and not upon the form side of service. May I beg those of you who respond to thesePsychology2, 126:upon soul contact and not upon the form side of service. Activity of the form side lays stress uponPsychology2, 126:ambition, veiling them with the glamor of service. If care over the essential of service - soulPsychology2, 126:glamor of service. If care over the essential of service - soul contact - is taken, then thePsychology2, 126:of service - soul contact - is taken, then the service rendered will flow with spontaneity alongPsychology2, 126:lines and bear much fruit. Of this, the selfless service and the deep flow of spiritual life, whichPsychology2, 127:The next point to consider is the field of this service, and its nature as a science. The field of
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