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

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Autobiography, 102:revolution, and a sense of responsibility and superiority frequently evidenced by the "upperAutobiography, 146:right. The cautiousness, reticence and sense of superiority of the British is something from whichAutobiography, 153:chicken or fish and I suffered from the normal superiority complex which is often an outstandingAutobiography, 154:be a strict vegetarian and, from a pedestal of superiority, look down upon this world. Again, IDiscipleship1, 59:is not pleasant; nor is it the indifference of superiority. It is the indifference which acceptsDiscipleship1, 729:criticism which is based on a sense of personal superiority and a love of fault finding. [730] Discipleship2, 109:truth and thereby, in reality, establish their superiority over non-esoteric students, and in soDiscipleship2, 525:it does. Your deeply seated sense of spiritual superiority to your group (an attitude which isDiscipleship2, 531:lead to stubbornness, and engender a separate superiority; they produce impractical attitudes andDiscipleship2, 615:Drop self-pity and the sense of magnanimous superiority you have lately been cultivating, and justEducation, 129:or overlooking, neither is it a gesture of superiority whereby the slate is wiped clean. It is theExternalisation, 64:the results already achieved, a feeling of smug superiority, certain physical failings and personalExternalisation, 78:minds of prejudice, hatreds and any tendency to superiority and criticism. You cannot work, as aExternalisation, 195:of special areas, or by any man-made ideas of superiority or inferiority. Right human relationsExternalisation, 195:It will be developed when the sense of racial superiority is killed; when racial differences andExternalisation, 214:material interests, plus a sense of separative superiority, or distance from the seat of troubleExternalisation, 424:of the super-race was interpreted to mean the superiority of the German nation and culture to allExternalisation, 439:those nations who had succumbed to the glamor of superiority, to the temptation of materialFire, 984:that are so indicative of authority, wisdom, superiority. Then we have magnitude, magnificent,Glamour, 3:relationship is established and the sense of superiority and separateness recedes into theGlamour, 4:the sense of separateness, of isolation and of superiority. It is easy for first ray people toGlamour, 84:that one is a disciple. Any sense of superiority or separate tendency. Many other clues to a rightGlamour, 187:light. The illusion of power, the illusion of superiority, taints them not. After the world crisisHealing, 38:dislikes, and to hatreds based on criticism or a superiority complex, produces much of the acidityHealing, 39:complex [39] in relation to themselves, but to a superiority complex where their relation to otherHealing, 128:of human ills is no indication of spiritual superiority. It might simply indicate what one of theHealing, 711:subtle - though usually unrecognized - sense of superiority with which the average healer and theHercules, 123:which mostly as practised has a tinge of superiority and condescension. Rudhyar says: "RealIntellect, 219:they frequently lead to a delightful sense of superiority, that has its basis in our attempt to doMagic, 593:no true indication of spiritual unfoldment and superiority. It may indicate the latter, but itProblems, 87:nation. It engenders a destructive sense of superiority and leads to the pernicious doctrine ofProblems, 88:against another, fosters a sense of national superiority and leads the citizens of a nation toProblems, 99:separative and which has cultivated in him the superiority complex which distinguishes him (underPsychology1, 173:and that a national spirit colored by a sense of superiority, by class hatreds and racialPsychology1, 174:In Germany, you have the dictatorship of racial superiority, and the attempt to deify a race.Psychology2, 265:power, by self-love, by exalted ambition, by a superiority complex, and by a determination to reachPsychology2, 647:of magnanimity or a sense of expediency or superiority, but upon a desire to forget the past, andRays, 125:the powerful imposition of desire, a sense of superiority, of pride and separativeness. His abilityRays, 125:of himself for so doing, plus a sense of superiority to those who are not so disciplined, are allRays, 430:to power, somewhat arrogant, with a strong superiority complex, inexperienced and yet at the same
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