|Psychology2, 21:assumes prominence. Eventually it will be the soul ray that will be expressed, and not the formPsychology2, 21:of expression through which the quality of the soul can make its presence felt in full power.Psychology2, 21:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence It was earlier pointed out that wePsychology2, 21:- Life, Quality, Appearance - in lieu of Spirit, Soul and Body, for they express the same truth.Psychology2, 21:built up into human form and indwelt by the soul or solar angel, is that which normally colors thePsychology2, 22:the quality nature of Deity (as expressed in the soul) which obliterates the quality of the forms.Psychology2, 22:which produces the at-one-ment between the soul and its mechanism, man in the three worlds. FromPsychology2, 23:to the potencies emanating from those soul rays which stream forth from the outer tier of petals inPsychology2, 23:is brought into subjection by the ray of the soul as it pours through the second tier of petals,Psychology2, 23:of awareness is contingent upon the age of the soul. Yet the soul has no age from the standpoint ofPsychology2, 23:is contingent upon the age of the soul. Yet the soul has no age from the standpoint of time, asPsychology2, 23:it. It is timeless and eternal. Before the soul there passes the kaleidoscope of the senses, andPsychology2, 24:all these occurrences in time and space, the soul ever preserves the attitude of the Onlooker andPsychology2, 24:phenomenal man, that fragmentary aspect of the soul which indwells and informs the human form, andPsychology2, 24:of satisfactions; the indwelling and animating soul becomes ever more deeply hidden, the prisonerPsychology2, 24:evokes. Gradually, the identification of the soul with the form shifts from the physical to thePsychology2, 24:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence When this shift, in course of time,Psychology2, 24:the astral-emotional body. Then the focus of the soul's attention, working through the slowlyPsychology2, 25:man, is in the  world of desire, and the soul becomes identified with another responsePsychology2, 26:becomes the instrument of the indwelling soul. The above is a simple and direct statement of a longPsychology2, 27:These three stages mark the progress of the soul consciousness from that of identification with thePsychology2, 27:or out of form according to the behest of the soul, or as the Plan can best be served. The soul isPsychology2, 27:the soul, or as the Plan can best be served. The soul is then in no way conditioned by form. JustPsychology2, 27:unfoldment taking place. The life of the soul, in this great life cycle which we call humanPsychology2, 28:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence However, (and this is the fact ofPsychology2, 29:Identification, which mark the progress of the soul from identification with form until it losesPsychology2, 29:We shall later consider the stages wherein the soul - impelled thereto by its peculiar rayPsychology2, 29:of identification in the long experience of the soul. One marks the stage wherein form, matter,Psychology2, 29:space are controlling factors, and imprison the soul  within their types of consciousness. ThisPsychology2, 31:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence After the major initiations arePsychology2, 31:which have hitherto produced what we have called soul activity and form existence. Nevertheless,Psychology2, 32:of the personal Ego to that of the group soul, and thence to that of the liberated state of purePsychology2, 33:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence Then the Old Commentary runs throughPsychology2, 36:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence a. Individualization and the SevenPsychology2, 39:He sought to bring about that order that his soul craved. He talked with all he met, but hisPsychology2, 39:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence It might be of value, if here werePsychology2, 40:Selfishness, and subordination of all soul powers to this end, leading to: Building wisely, inPsychology2, 41:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence I would here point out a constantPsychology2, 42:A knowledge of reality; The realization of the soul and its potentialities; Power to recognize andPsychology2, 43:Untruth, Sex magic. The selfish perversion of soul powers, leading to: White magic, the use of soulPsychology2, 43:soul powers, leading to: White magic, the use of soul powers for spiritual ends; The identificationPsychology2, 44:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence b. The Rays and Initiation It willPsychology2, 46:revealed. he work is done. Then man, who is the soul, cries forth with power: 'I understand the WayPsychology2, 46:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence Ray Five "The Angel of the PresencePsychology2, 49:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence 2. The two Cycles of EgoicPsychology2, 49:in the succeeding pages. As the ego or soul appropriates to itself a sheath for expression andPsychology2, 50:vitalized.  Relationship between the ego or soul and the dense physical body is establishedPsychology2, 50:Both these major crises in the life of the soul, - one leading to physical incarnation and onePsychology2, 50:and one producing the liberation of the soul from that condition, - are, and must always be, thePsychology2, 51:summed up the work and opportunity  of the soul, for it works towards the regeneration ofPsychology2, 51:It might be stated that the liberation of the soul or ego comes about when its work of salvagingPsychology2, 51:When the vehicles vibrate in unison with the soul, then is liberation achieved. Psychology2, 51:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence a. The Points of Crisis Just as therePsychology2, 51:the fifth. When (speaking again in symbols) a soul, functioning under divine impulse, comes intoPsychology2, 51:I am not speaking in terms of an individual soul, if such a misnomer may be permitted. These fivePsychology2, 51:These five points of crisis mark the transfer of soul life from one race to another. Each time suchPsychology2, 52:- the expression, in fullest measure, of the soul and its vehicles, plus some measure of spiritualPsychology2, 52:between the fourth and seventh year, when the soul, hitherto over-shadowing, takes possession ofPsychology2, 53: A crisis during adolescence, wherein the soul appropriates the astral vehicle. This crisis isPsychology2, 53:years, wherein conscious contact with the soul is established; the threefold personality thenPsychology2, 53:then begins to respond, as a unit, to soul impulse. For the remaining years of life, there shouldPsychology2, 53:an increasingly strong relationship between the soul and its vehicles, leading to another crisisPsychology2, 53:cycles of crisis in the life history of any soul down through the ages, but these major five crisesPsychology2, 53:One of the ways in which the life story of a soul is charted in the archives of the Masters (underPsychology2, 53:The entire story of the relationship of a soul with  its several vehicles of expression in thePsychology2, 54:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence Small units of energy, relativelyPsychology2, 54:the originating will, the so-called age of the soul, the potency of group activity, and planetaryPsychology2, 54:can function as a mode or medium whereby the soul can contact larger forms of divine life andPsychology2, 54:more clearly will be indicated the age of the soul and the perfected intent or potency of its will,Psychology2, 54:is not possible here. The appropriation by a soul of those energy units which will  constitutePsychology2, 56:material produces the type of sheath which the soul appropriates in time and space, in order toPsychology2, 56:and precisely to the outer impact of the soul impetus  (note this paradoxical phrase), untilPsychology2, 57:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence But it must also be remembered (andPsychology2, 58:related, and it is this  that the soul knows. For the soul is the One who appropriates thePsychology2, 58:and it is this  that the soul knows. For the soul is the One who appropriates the materialPsychology2, 58:conditioned and qualified), and for ages the soul wrestles with that material, building it intoPsychology2, 58:be seen as it really is, and the worker, the soul, will then begin to build consciously the TemplePsychology2, 58:two crises in the subjective life of the soul: The crisis wherein the soul, blinded, limited andPsychology2, 58:life of the soul: The crisis wherein the soul, blinded, limited and handicapped by form, begins toPsychology2, 58:The crisis which comes very much later in the soul's experience, wherein the soul knows morePsychology2, 58:much later in the soul's experience, wherein the soul knows more clearly the design, and in whichPsychology2, 58:in which much material has been prepared. The soul is no longer blind, and can now work inPsychology2, 58:material for the final Temple of the Lord. The soul, incarnate in human form, places in that TemplePsychology2, 59:things emerge in connection with the task of the soul as it appropriates sheath after sheath forPsychology2, 59:crises undergone. All this takes place as the soul passes, time after time, through the experiencePsychology2, 59:and progresses with increased rapidity as the soul, actively, intelligently and intuitively, beginsPsychology2, 59:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence In our consideration of the secondPsychology2, 59:which deals with the relationship of the soul to its instrument - the mechanism whereby orPsychology2, 61:certain definite experiences which usher the soul into worlds of realization which are so farPsychology2, 62:II - Chapter I - The Egoic Ray - The Growth of Soul Influence b. Certain Basic Premises With thisPsychology2, 62:therefore, be very briefly mentioned: 1. The soul informs the mechanism in two ways and through twoPsychology2, 62:nervous system. 2. The directive activity of the soul, or its authoritative grasp upon thePsychology2, 62:development, or upon the so-called "age of the soul". The soul is ageless from the human angle, andPsychology2, 62:or upon the so-called "age of the soul". The soul is ageless from the human angle, and what isPsychology2, 62:is really meant is the length of time that a soul has employed the method of physical incarnation.Psychology2, 62:which is adequate to the temporary need of the soul and which is a reflection, in time and space,Psychology2, 63:purpose, and an effort to clear the way for the soul by the institution of those practices whichPsychology2, 63:school and those schools which posit a self, a soul or a spiritual entity, and shows that bothPsychology2, 63:during manifestations by the status of the soul. These threads underlie and interpenetrate thePsychology2, 64:and upon these depend the life experience of the soul and its expression, and not upon the body.