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

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Astrology, 591:on the visions of the saints. Their keynote was submission and their highest point of spiritualBethlehem, 5:the destiny of every son of God. Because of this submission and because He "learned obedience byBethlehem, 101:Jesus has submitted to the baptism of John. That submission and completed purification brought itsBethlehem, 142:at the Transfiguration, and which led to their submission to Him henceforth as the One WhoDestiny, 119:physical apparatus, reducing it to complete submission as a result of the higher integration,Discipleship1, 112:past two years have you begun to bring it into submission to the head center and this through theDiscipleship1, 235:for no enforced obedience but it does entail the submission of the personality to the will of theDiscipleship2, 380:out by the church upon the necessity of the submission of the human will to the divine Will;Discipleship2, 403:of points of revelation) is made possible by his submission to the Law of Sacrifice. This, in itsEducation, 121:the coercion of the individual and his enforced submission to a stronger will. The idea of theExternalisation, 340:and of action was removed, and the enforced submission of the majority to the will of a ruthlessGlamour, 81:the study of Raja Yoga, and the cultivation of submission to its discipline. Only through Raja YogaGlamour, 269:that it is at a "midway point" that the great submission of the lower to the higher takes place. ItHealing, 556:body and its centers - are brought into such submission to the soul that they offer no obstructionHercules, 4:untimely end. And this as the reward of a meek submission to the will of an inscrutable creator.Intellect, 70:laws governing this new realm of being. There is submission to a new procedure and to those stepsIntellect, 226:our labor of reducing the wayward mind to submission. Will Levington Comfort, in his 113th Letter,Patanjali, 120:the yoga of the heart; it is the bringing into submission of all the feelings, [121] desires andPsychology2, 276:in the task ahead. This is the stage of submission to which every disciple subjects himself. It isPsychology2, 276:indwelling soul. This is not, a negative, weak submission, or a sad, sweet acceptance, so-called,Psychology2, 278:Acquiescence. He was the embodied force of submission, and He carried the divine approach to thePsychology2, 282:of the personality for spiritual life, and the submission of the personality to the soul, findPsychology2, 422:He must learn to grasp the distinction between: Submission to the inevitable and submission to thePsychology2, 422:between: Submission to the inevitable and submission to the urge of his own desire. Recognition ofPsychology2, 482:placidly, submissively to live. A spirit of submission and acquiescence is inevitably developed,Psychology2, 482:the sensitively inclined person voices his submission, but fails to recognize that the voice is hisRays, 465:This sensitivity is indicated where there is: Submission to the "will of God" or of the greaterReappearance, 114:a general process of spiritual reorientation, of submission and of acquiescence. ChristReappearance, 114:and of acquiescence. Christ demonstrated this submission when He said, "I came not to do my ownReappearance, 114:cried, "Father, not my will but Thine be done." Submission has in it the elements of conquest byReappearance, 114:about right human relations. At present, the submission of mankind to the divine will is a negativeReappearance, 114:of mankind to the divine will is a negative submission; the true submission is a positive attitudeReappearance, 114:divine will is a negative submission; the true submission is a positive attitude of spiritualReappearance, 114:this. They have also to foster spiritual submission and intelligent acquiescence in the masses, whoReappearance, 114:expressing these two attitudes; these factors of submission, acquiescence and expectancy are latentReappearance, 115:reflect upon what are the factors recognized in submission and acquiescence. In establishing rightReappearance, 115:human relations, relinquishment, renunciation, submission to existent facts, and obedient
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