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

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Autobiography, 293:our interpretation of truth; if the goal of the spiritual effort is to establish the Kingdom of GodAutobiography, 293:physical plane events become the concern of all spiritual people everywhere. May it not be trueAutobiography, 293:that, because of this ancient cleavage between spiritual life and material action, politics, theAutobiography, 293:the Arcane School are encouraged to carry their spiritual knowledge, energy and understanding intoAutobiography, 293:to study the effective implementation of the spiritual plan and purpose in every phase of humanAutobiography, 293:phase of human activity, thus relating the word "spiritual" to all our daily activities and notAutobiography, 293:mystic. It is this daily application of spiritual and esoteric truth which makes the work of theAutobiography, 293:been done in the world to apply money to truly spiritual uses. Much has been done to apply money toAutobiography, 293:Masters and to the helping of the plans of the Spiritual Hierarchy is practically unknown. TheAutobiography, 293:mystics, the esotericists and the professional "spiritual people" of the world who regard money asAutobiography, 294:and wrong; they state, therefore, that the true spiritual man must not ask or pray for money. OneAutobiography, 294:and immediate tasks of the world disciples and spiritual workers, and one which students in theAutobiography, 294:to present? That the Kingdom of God, the Spiritual Hierarchy of our planet, can and will beAutobiography, 295:the evolutionary process, the existence of the Spiritual Hierarchy, the existence of the MastersAutobiography, 296:consciousness, [296] self consciousness and spiritual consciousness, demonstrating upon the Path ofAutobiography, 297:group of servers carrying forward certain spiritual projects for which we have acceptedAutobiography, 297:effects. We seek to understand the deeper spiritual meanings which lie behind world events andAutobiography, 297:so live as to increasingly exemplify essential spiritual qualities. The circumstance of our factualAutobiography, 297:not only accounts for our very existence as a spiritual group in the world, but is the essentialAutobiography, 298:[298] on all sides of us, which do not have this spiritual link consciously achieved. All throughAutobiography, 298:as claim making, as to her own personal spiritual status. This we well know. The powerful andAutobiography, 298:task and that through her the direct impact of spiritual force as wielded by the Hierarchy becameAutobiography, 298:ashram may be thought of as a center of living spiritual energy in the group life of theAutobiography, 299:to provide the necessary expanding knowledge of spiritual realities which had to become availableAutobiography, 299:eighteen volumes, and in inaugurating certain spiritual activities in the world which conform toAutobiography, 299:has been done. It is characteristic of truly spiritual and constructive forces that their activeAutobiography, 299:definite benefits. Such is the potency of spiritual force. The work which the Tibetan has done inAutobiography, 300:the importance of his status and the amount of spiritual force therefore carried. It is theAutobiography, 300:is able to carry. Should it fall away from its spiritual destiny these forces become unavailable.Autobiography, 300:long thereafter. Those movements in the world of spiritual nature that survive the rigours andAutobiography, 300:survival is a true hallmark of their genuine spiritual origin. We today are confronted with theAutobiography, 300:with the opportunity of so utilizing the spiritual forces available in the Arcane School, as aAutobiography, 301:shutting off the reception of the newer forms of spiritual expression. A.A.B. saw this dearly andAutobiography, 301:impractical idealism of the earlier stages of spiritual training which was basically more emotionalAutobiography, 301:emotional and often leads to separateness and spiritual selfishness. This position is well known toAutobiography, 302:kind. Humanity is passing through the greatest spiritual crisis of its long history on this planet.Autobiography, 302:freedom, and we would all be destined to become spiritual robots. What they can do depends on howAutobiography, 302:What they can do depends on how we respond to spiritual stimuli in the hour of crisis. It isBethlehem, 3:passing from one religious age into another. The spiritual trends of today are steadily becomingBethlehem, 3:The hearts of men have never been more open to spiritual impression than they are at this time, andBethlehem, 4:an isolated and entirely separated expression of spiritual religion. They thereby destroy itsBethlehem, 6:a failing Christianity, and look forward to that spiritual revelation which seems so sorely needed.Bethlehem, 8:the letter to the inner meaning in the matter of spiritual attitudes can be clearly set forth byBethlehem, 8:depths have their roots in God. "Therefore, no spiritual form can ever be an ultimate expression;Bethlehem, 11:which will in no way negate our divine spiritual heritage, but will add the clear vision of theBethlehem, 16:in order to serve Christ perfectly. Thus that spiritual reality, spoken of by St. Paul as "ChristBethlehem, 18:lower and the higher man, between carnal man and spiritual man, united in one person, and toBethlehem, 20:of physical phenomena but also in the world of spiritual values. The atoms of the human brain areBethlehem, 20:insight which will recognize the coming spiritual revelation. Today the world is reorienting itselfBethlehem, 28:as well as all real occult knowledge, are spiritual in nature, and these are aids to that expansionBethlehem, 28:right energy. It is a world in which only the spiritual body can function and only the eye ofBethlehem, 28:unawakened and whose intuition sleeps. When the spiritual body begins to be organized and to grow,Bethlehem, 28:to control and to lead man into the world of spiritual being, true meaning and essential values.Bethlehem, 29:thereto by their longing to meet world need. Spiritual selfishness, which has been such aBethlehem, 34:of the possibility of a new cycle of spiritual unfoldment for the race, as well as for theBethlehem, 37:"made Flesh," and around that dynamic center of spiritual life our Western world revolves. WhetherBethlehem, 37:to our world because a mighty stream of spiritual influence has gone forth from Him and hasBethlehem, 41:the fourth or human kingdom, into the fifth or spiritual kingdom, the kingdom of God. Christ cameBethlehem, 42:ego, or the higher self, the real man, or the spiritual entity, whilst in the Old TestamentBethlehem, 44:stage until he has mastered all the laws of the spiritual kingdom. Through birth, service andBethlehem, 46:and a quest for a new religious balance, a spiritual deepening will begin; in no order of hisBethlehem, 46:now pass on into the kingdom and commence making spiritual history. Up to the present, history hasBethlehem, 48:stages, after the new birth, are concerned with spiritual unfoldment. What is true of theBethlehem, 50:We are entering steadily into the world of spiritual realities, because "there is a road from everyBethlehem, 50:road from every natural group of facts to every spiritual reality in the universe; and theBethlehem, 52:changes, and have signified a potency of true spiritual value to the sensitive. The Word or soundBethlehem, 52:soul of man and galvanize him into a renewed spiritual activity. As the race grows in sensitivity,Bethlehem, 54:initiation leads to expanded service. Practical spiritual living must follow the moments on theBethlehem, 58:and fulfiling it, and proclaim a possible future spiritual culture which will greatly transcend allBethlehem, 78:sympathetic response as they attempt to lead the spiritual life, to study, read and think. TheBethlehem, 78:reason can usually be found in the fact of their spiritual selfishness. They talk too much aboutBethlehem, 82:by the Holy Ghost, the material and the spiritual - face each other and approach nearer and nearerBethlehem, 83:place, in the absence of which there can be no spiritual life, whether for society or for theBethlehem, 92:unfoldment before still other divine and spiritual characteristics can be safely revealed to us andBethlehem, 93:is governed by a higher series of laws, the spiritual laws, and new objectives open up before us,Bethlehem, 93:open up before us, new aspects of our own hidden spiritual nature emerge, and we begin to discoverBethlehem, 94:of contacts and to impressions which he calls spiritual or ideal or mystical. Another type ofBethlehem, 95:Then He blended this synthesis with a higher spiritual factor and brought to the birth anotherBethlehem, 97:magnetic purity which makes a man a channel for spiritual force. There is psychic purity, which isBethlehem, 101:fear and trembling," (Phil., II, 12.) his spiritual status is immediately recognized by his peers,Bethlehem, 102:in a new and factual sense, not just as a deeply spiritual hope, an intriguing hypotheticalBethlehem, 106:Who shall come. The New Testament stands for the spiritual man, for God made flesh, and for theBethlehem, 119:by glamor, and with the submergence of His vital spiritual life by a misconception and an emotionalBethlehem, 120:do not live by bread alone, but by means of the spiritual life which (coming forth from God) poursBethlehem, 122:that when man is readjusted and reoriented as a spiritual being his problem will automatically takeBethlehem, 124:The Bhagavad Gita these words occur: "There is a spiritual significance to all this and theBethlehem, 124:of Arjuna is well chosen to bring out great spiritual truths. He stands for the personal selfBethlehem, 124:the Higher Self; touched and enkindled with the spiritual light of that higher self, yet full ofBethlehem, 126:him to swerve the slightest from the path of spiritual living and expression. All His desires wereBethlehem, 129:a future whole, and will be later welded into a spiritual synthesis. But that kingdom, as we shallBethlehem, 139:The "natural man" exists, as does the "spiritual man," and in the interaction of the two the humanBethlehem, 141:Yet overseeing the personality is the inner spiritual man, which we might call the "individual." ItBethlehem, 143:would seem to be that, at a certain point in spiritual life, the ardent disciple, who has sought inBethlehem, 143:with the Divine Will, passes through a marked spiritual experience, in which the great Soul drawsBethlehem, 156:divinity when it appeared, and whose intuitive spiritual perception would be such that - for allBethlehem, 157:and at the same time he must have that spiritual perception which, reaching out beyond the point toBethlehem, 160:of the Savior, or perhaps from the esoteric and spiritual standpoint, to hear that Word which wasBethlehem, 163:same vision. This stage connotes that complete spiritual freedom which we must eventually reach.Bethlehem, 165:occurred what might be regarded as a great, sad, spiritual reaction, inevitable and terrible,Bethlehem, 165:The mountain-top achievement, a great spiritual experience, lay behind Him. Now He has a vision of
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