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

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Psychology2, 300:the psychiatrist, the neurologist, the social worker and the humanitarian. [301] Psychology2, 319:As far as the race is concerned, the great social, philanthropic, political and religious movementsPsychology2, 348:the part into the family unit, the nation, the social order, the current civilization, the world ofPsychology2, 403:of life (and also those of the group or social order) are considered to the exclusion and evenPsychology2, 423:goals and group goals, between the ability to be social or anti-social. Much is being done alongPsychology2, 423:goals, between the ability to be social or anti-social. Much is being done along these lines butPsychology2, 423:this is the case, we become responsible for anti-social groups. I have mentioned only three of manyPsychology2, 436:The effect of this may mean that he is an anti-social human being, or unpopular, full of fear ofPsychology2, 460:with organized society, thus making him anti-social and at variance with the forces of law andPsychology2, 462:and higher interest, by the development of the social consciousness and - if possible - by contactPsychology2, 463:undue mental emphasis, wrong attitudes and anti-social living, is also a form of meditation, but itPsychology2, 464:and attitude should not render a man anti-social or incarcerate him in a prison of his own making.Psychology2, 517:and by the force of the political, economic and social life of the race; inwards by the pull of thePsychology2, 588:let him fulfil his commercial, business or social obligations, by physical plane interests and hisPsychology2, 603:where the conventions (right or wrong), social training, economic responsibility, human obligationsPsychology2, 603:(from the highest and best sense of values) anti-social. Such an anti-social attitude will rangePsychology2, 603:best sense of values) anti-social. Such an anti-social attitude will range all the way from aPsychology2, 631:old forms of religion, of politics and of the social order, must give place to newer ideals, to thePsychology2, 631:old, and these will, in time, institute the new social order and the more inclusive regime. ThePsychology2, 632:remembering always that the objective of the new social order, of the new politics and the newPsychology2, 635:and fanatics, and the protagonists of the new social order and economic regimes (as interpreted toPsychology2, 635:nationalistic, religious, economic and social ideals. If they are not literally fighting, [636] inPsychology2, 636:and organized for political, religious and social ends. Their ideas and utterances percolate downPsychology2, 636:are the people who are beginning to form a new social order in the world. They belong to no partyPsychology2, 636:They recognize all parties, all creeds, and all social and economic organizations; they recognizePsychology2, 637:and are occupied with the formulation of the new social order. From the purely physical angle, theyPsychology2, 638:and religion, forming the basis of the new social order, into which the masses are patientlyPsychology2, 643:or against any existing government, religion or social order. They engage in no political activityPsychology2, 643:any organization of a political, religious, social or economic nature. They say nothing and writePsychology2, 644:cooperation and the characteristics of the new social order, which is essentially a subjectivePsychology2, 648:into the New Age and participate in the new social order, free from the ancient hatreds,Psychology2, 650:of human enterprise, - economic, political, social and religious. These four groups are named inPsychology2, 659:the fact that the many national, religious and social experiments are only modes of expansion, waysPsychology2, 675:of national government, some religious, [675] social or economic attitude. They are against allPsychology2, 680:themselves with any political, religious or social propaganda. Such propaganda is separative in itsRays, 300:of every nation, every political party, every social group, every religious cult or sect, and everyRays, 307:and great political ideologies and with social organizations which produce permanent changes inRays, 470:and its lower correspondence, the Science of Social Evolution (which is the joint or unitedRays, 617:elsewhere; if the field of economics or of the social sciences, then still another locality mayRays, 622:offered to people everywhere to bring about social security and right human relations. It is notRays, 747:There are other ideologies in the political, social and economic fields but these with which I haveRays, 750:distinguish the political, the religious, the social and the economic life of people everywhere.Reappearance, 47:of the political, religious, economic and social life of humanity. All this will not come as theReappearance, 52:in the arts, in economic expression and in true social living, in science and in religion. It mightReappearance, 92:writers, radio commentators, newspaper men and social workers. These effects may not yet beReappearance, 112:stem from hate or from its product, the anti-social consciousness. Hate and its dependentSoul, 22:mechanisms and hence most frequently come to social expression." - Hunter, Walter S., PsychologiesSoul, 32:external environment, partly physical and partly social, in short, as a personality. "The behaviorSoul, 33:"all that is not the organism, whether cultural, social, physical, or what-not, present in fact orSoul, 45:instincts and their sublimations, the social and creative instincts... It might be said to energizeTelepathy, 186:of the Lord of Civilization to that of the social and financial order. That time will surely come,
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