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

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Atom, 133:we have heterogeneity; as we work back towards spirit we shall tend towards unity: so that in theAtom, 133:appearance. There is, even now, a much greater spirit of tolerance abroad than was the case fiftyAtom, 134:in hand, endeavoring to live the life of the spirit, refusing any longer to live a self-centeredAtom, 136:of the God within, Who is a direct revelation of Spirit on the highest plane. The final thing IAtom, 145:to the consciousness of the great planetary Spirit, which may perhaps be best expressed in the termAtom, 148:of the purpose back of the life of the planetary Spirit Who is the subjective impulse lying behindAtom, 149:all. There are diversities of gifts but the same spirit; there are differences of ministries (orAtom, 150:position to have an interview with the planetary Spirit, I am unable to tell you whether He is asAtom, 151:central larger life towards which the informing Spirit within the solar sphere is graduallyAutobiography, 5:can imagine nothing more blighting to the human spirit than the theology of the past with theAutobiography, 10:unbroken, of the moors and country envelop one's spirit - those are points of remembrance; aAutobiography, 140:of the truth. I say this in no critical spirit, because I succumbed to the same glamor. LookingAutobiography, 140:It seems so revolutionary; it is apt to evoke a spirit of weariness and of spiritual fatigue. OneAutobiography, 157:to be great harmony and a truly cooperative spirit. Little by little, however, we discovered howAutobiography, 162:expressing their ideas of God, His jealousy, His spirit of revenge and a great deal ofAutobiography, 173:of them did what they could to show a friendly spirit to us as individuals. Some of them, towardsAutobiography, 223:One of the things we had to contend with was the spirit of evil which permeated the place and theAutobiography, 226:of humor and a well developed investigating spirit. She was a great student of the Tibetan's booksAutobiography, 227:in England I was amazed at her lack of rancor or spirit of revenge and retaliation but I was alsoAutobiography, 230:forward under Hierarchical inspiration and in a spirit of true humility and understanding areAutobiography, 230:next 2500 years. These qualities are primarily a spirit of inclusiveness, a potent desireAutobiography, 236:the public. This book concerns the fire of pure spirit or life; the fire of the mind that vitalizesAutobiography, 241:for building the path of Light between soul and spirit, just as man has created a path betweenAutobiography, 278:these forces. He studies the nature of the spirit, soul and matter, usually calling them life,Bethlehem, 5:that form becomes inevitable and wise. But the spirit remains to live on and take to itself newBethlehem, 5:to live on and take to itself new forms. The Spirit of Christ is undying, and as He lives to allBethlehem, 6:and the esoteric side is ignored, then the spirit and the living experimental experience disappear.Bethlehem, 7:time the soul [7]of man was crying out for the spirit of life, which the letter veiled. We haveBethlehem, 10:The words of Dr. Berdyaev, in Freedom and the Spirit, throw light on this: "The ChristianBethlehem, 11:of all religions is fulfiled? - Freedom and the Spirit, by Nicholas Berdyaev, pp. 88-89. Each greatBethlehem, 11:Must we not all be born again, baptized into the Spirit, and transfigured upon the mountain top ofBethlehem, 22:us, telling us that the baptism of the Holy Spirit and of fire must be administered to us byBethlehem, that i:made. Only through the new birth, the baptism of spirit and of fire, and the transfiguration of theBethlehem, 28:spiritual body can function and only the eye of spirit can see. It cannot be perceived by thoseBethlehem, 39:in Himself the soul of the past and the spirit of the future. And what is true of Him is true alsoBethlehem, 45:birth is spoken of as that 'of water and the Spirit,' ( St. John, III, 3.5.) this is the firstBethlehem, 52:as peculiarly the indication of divinity, of the spirit of life, the breath of God. What the newBethlehem, 56:were not of paramount importance. It was the Spirit of Christ that was vital and necessary. TheBethlehem, 68:God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, or Matter informed by Deity, and thereforeBethlehem, 75:And the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit, filled with wisdom, and the grace of God was uponBethlehem, 83:or for the individual..." - Freedom of the Spirit, by Nicholas Berdyaev, p. 46. [87] I. "Wherever aBethlehem, 92:the hidden Christ in all, mediates between the spirit (the Father) and the human being. ChristBethlehem, 96:the heavens were opened unto Him, and He saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and lightingBethlehem, 97:"Through purification comes also a quiet spirit... and ability to see the Self." (The Yoga SutrasBethlehem, 97:from limitation and from the imprisoning of the spirit in the chains of matter. There can be noBethlehem, 99:which follows the activity of that divine spirit in the lower nature. Conscience, with its call toBethlehem, 99:This baptism by fire is the baptism of the Holy Spirit. [100] Thus Jesus went up from Nazareth andBethlehem, 105:of God is a state of the soul, coming from the spirit and reflected in the body." (The Religion ofBethlehem, 106:response from all aspirants to the kingdom. The spirit of God descended as a dove upon him. TheBethlehem, 107:I am well pleased. Then was Jesus led up of the spirit into the wilderness to be tempted of theBethlehem, 108:that He had learned obedience to the divine spirit, the soul in man, and was in control of His bodyBethlehem, 110:[110] be ours when we meet the problem in the spirit in which He met it, turning the light of theBethlehem, 111:long way of return. Christ was ever lonely. His spirit drove Him again and again into isolation.Bethlehem, 111:Cross. It belongs to the depth of the religious spirit to have felt forsaken, even by God."Bethlehem, 112:he is the symbol of giving and of the Christ spirit; he therefore stands to man as a reminder ofBethlehem, 113:- good and evil, light and dark, life and form, spirit and matter, the self and the not-self, theBethlehem, 115:As a human being, [115] in whom the divine spirit was fully expressing itself, He faced the evil inBethlehem, 115:the flower of the human race, because the divine spirit had full control and showed forth throughBethlehem, 125:physical destruction, something lasts which is spirit and is immortal. As one studies the way inBethlehem, 129:in deed and in fact: "There is one body and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of yourBethlehem, 130:all who would study His life and react to His spirit could follow. He could not therefore fall intoBethlehem, 132:are lotus petals; I have heard also of the Great Spirit, which passes not away. "So I would seeBethlehem, 136:know God through His nature, and that nature is Spirit or Life, Soul or conscious love, and FormBethlehem, 138:which are to be resolved into unity before the spirit in man can shine forth in its radiance? WeBethlehem, 142:[142] rules which control in the realm of the spirit, and it was this which the three ApostlesBethlehem, 148:through the agency of fire, the will or spirit of God) produces the transformation of the physicalBethlehem, 148:of the highest aspect of deity, the Father, or Spirit, of Whom it is said that our "God is aBethlehem, 148:The releasing activity of this form of God's spirit eventually produces that radiance (as a resultBethlehem, 149:to express or reveal that divine essential Spirit manifested at the Transfiguration: "Finer thanBethlehem, 149:its complete fullness, I, the most ancient, the spirit, the Lord God. The golden-gleaming am I, ofBethlehem, 149:all form, I know. But me None knows. For I am Spirit, am Being." - Kaivalya, II, 9. Quoted inBethlehem, 152:through his unselfish acts, his kindness, his spirit of enquiry, his light-heartedness inBethlehem, 153:of material welfare, and the opposite pole to spirit is matter, therefore in this name we haveBethlehem, 163:part) and leads him into the [163] kingdom of spirit. The recognition of the Christ life within theBethlehem, 169:thinkers of the race, and applied in the spirit in which Christ conceived of them, then we shallBethlehem, 169:must end if we are ever to understand the Christ spirit. A great Japanese asks the poignantBethlehem, 181:main thing being that the prophetic and creative spirit of mankind has from time to time evolvedBethlehem, 181:all eternity. This cosmic Christ is divinity, or spirit, crucified in space. He personifies theBethlehem, 181:He personifies the immolation or sacrifice of spirit upon the cross of matter, of form orBethlehem, 182:was aware of the significance of the cosmic spirit, immolated in matter and crucified upon theBethlehem, 185:kingdoms of nature do the same, portraying the spirit of God stretched upon a cross of materialBethlehem, 189:did, and enter into the kingdom of God, a living spirit. The sons of God are ready to beBethlehem, 189:to be manifested. Today as never before: "The Spirit Himself bears witness with our own spiritsBethlehem, 189:than that, we ourselves, though we possess the Spirit as a foretaste of bliss, yet we ourselvesBethlehem, 189:have preserved two great concepts which the spirit of the race needed on its great evolutionaryBethlehem, 191:which is the inner union of matter with spirit, is foreign to the universal order of existence."Bethlehem, 206:through death and sacrifice. That superhuman Spirit, Christ, did this perfectly. In Him was no sinBethlehem, 207:was completely overcome by His all-inclusive spirit. Thus He fulfiled the law of the past,Bethlehem, 209:world, between the world of men and the world of Spirit. Thus He brought to a climax the ancientBethlehem, 214:XIX, 30.) "Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit." (St. Luke, XXIII, 46.) The thought of theBethlehem, 215:we too can invoke the Father and call on the spirit, which is God, the life of all forms, to adjustBethlehem, 217:Himself, is an expression of divinity and of the spirit. Happiness might be regarded as the rewardBethlehem, 219:the two together - the matter aspect and the spirit aspect, and the union of these two produces theBethlehem, 219:the problem of the relation of God and the soul. Spirit and soul had to be fused and blended to oneBethlehem, 224:the words, "Father, into Thy hands I commend my spirit." His first word and His last begin with theBethlehem, 224:tangible expression... "One body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of yourBethlehem, 224:the psalmist says, "Into thine hand I commit my spirit, for thou hast redeemed me." (Psalm XXXI,Bethlehem, 224:5.) The implication here is clear. It is the spirit of life in Christ and in us which makes us sonsBethlehem, 224:accomplishment and entrance into the kingdom of spirit. The sign given is expressed in the words:Bethlehem, 225:by the Father of what His [225] Son had done. Spirit and matter were now one. All separating
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