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

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Astrology, 340:expression. The power of Venus in this sign tends to make the mind the servant of the personalityAstrology, 377:group purpose and group fusion. Group living tends to the fulfilment of free will in service and aBethlehem, 4:anyone except to the believer himself, or as it tends to increase testimony until the total assumesBethlehem, 188:by men. The whole trend of human life tends to repudiate those ancient tenets which were founded inDestiny, 42:is the work of the white magician; all that tends to produce better forms through which the livingDestiny, 64:individually but also in group formation. This tends to produce an inevitable fusion, blending andDestiny, 79:It is not nevertheless very potent. Everything tends to show that the German people, not being anDestiny, 87:to the second ray soul of Great Britain and tends to a basic understanding. I would here point outDiscipleship1, 27:is entirely right. This again feeds pride and tends to make the disciple believe himself to be anDiscipleship1, 88:your problem and that of all disciples: it tends to foster a most potent glamor. [89] So I beg ofDiscipleship1, 131:the love and wisdom which may be yours. This tends definitely to group integration... You are in aDiscipleship1, 204:which your soul can impress your brain. This tends also to make you very intuitive, though not atDiscipleship1, 205:focus. You will note, therefore, how this tends to make you fairly well-balanced, when you act as aDiscipleship1, 228:you, intercession is peculiarly useful, for it tends to promote understanding. 5. Seek then to getDiscipleship1, 344:force. These produce that definite drive which tends towards ultimate success, but also a driftDiscipleship1, 370:It feeds your sense of separateness and thus tends to isolate you. It fosters your fear ofDiscipleship1, 381:far greater than ever before and this definitely tends to strengthen you. Your will nature,Discipleship2, 107:of diverse elements that enriches an Ashram and tends inevitably to successful service in the threeDiscipleship2, 193:with facility. The symbology of the antahkarana tends badly to complicate the grasp of its realDiscipleship2, 340:the consummation of all vision or visions. This tends to definite progress; it obliterates what isDiscipleship2, 383:initiations for which preparation is being made tends to enrich the group content; the more rayDiscipleship2, 444:ray (twice repeated in your life expression) tends to confuse the issue of service and its correctDiscipleship2, 658:undoubtedly developed during many lives. This tends to give you a surety of opinion, in relation toEducation, 58:of it is ill-digested and [58] unusable, yet it tends to the general elevation of the mentalExternalisation, 116:aspect - is the instinct to immortality; it tends to focus humanity's attention upon the lifeExternalisation, 186:of mankind. Everything is spiritual which tends [187] towards understanding, towards kindness,Externalisation, 479:enlightens the minds of men, all propaganda that tends to bring about right human relations, allExternalisation, 516:esoteric organizations must stand for all that tends to unity. All types of work, all the exteriorFire, VII:quality of the concrete mind which constantly tends to produce sectarianism. At the very beginningFire, 75:producing thereby that fire by friction which tends to life and fusing. The karma of form isFire, 148:system. This is a spiritual relationship that tends to abstraction or to that synthesis of theFire, 204:centers and the senses. The effect in both cases tends to identification of the Self with its ownFire, 279:men, other human atoms. This similarly either tends to cooperation or cohesion, or to separation orFire, 577:show themselves as a force that ingathers, that tends to coherence, that results in adhesion, andFire, 653:universe. S. D., I, 619; III, 584. All in nature tends to become Man. - S. D., II, 179. All theFire, 653:life is locked up in Man. - S. D., II, 723. Man tends to become a God and then God, like everyFire, 660:two types of force - first, a force which tends to differentiation such as on the mental plane (theFire, 660:of actual separation); secondly, a force which tends to unity, such as on the astral plane, and onFire, 949:channels, and away from the old stream, which tends to vitalize and feed the evil form, and oneFire, 950:Hierarchy (the fourth or human kingdom) and tends to augment the work of destruction. Much of thisFire, 952:is in line with the planetary plan, and which tends to further the best interests of the race, AFire, 964:a greater sweep of activity, till their energy tends to negate that of the lower centers, to absorbFire, 997:[997] revelation to those who have the clue, but tends to perplex and to bewilder the student whoFire, 1049:the action of the Monad, and its heavy vibration tends to offset the higher. Gradually, as theFire, 1117:being simply an expression of energized life, tends to serve every other form. Stimulation of someGlamour, 6:their stand at the center." The study of symbols tends to bring this about and, when carried outGlamour, 7:and to arrive at the subjective reality. [7] It tends to bring about a close integration betweenGlamour, 231:as well as to think clearly. Practice naturally tends to perfect both processes. At the close ofHealing, 13:and his intense antagonism to disease, he only tends to energize the difficulty. When he reorientsIntellect, 39:deeper potentialities towards which all humanity tends. The evocation of the will-to-know, and,Intellect, 84:leading up to full illumination." "The mind then tends towards increasing illumination as to theIntellect, 151:knowable, becomes omniscient." "The mind then tends towards discrimination and increasingIntellect, 191:then comes awareness of the Self...The mind then tends towards...increasing illumination..." -Intellect, 191:and the realization of unity. This tends to steady illumination. Magic, 13:The energy of the third aspect of divinity tends to the revelation of the soul or the second aspectMagic, 25:by the initiate", serves only to aggravate him, tends to make him believe, that evasion isMagic, 56:so-called religious or spiritual lines. All that tends to lift the status of humanity on any planeMagic, 79:each other, and their effect upon each other tends to eventual synthesis. [80] The concrete mind,Magic, 118:good of the group and not of the unit. All that tends to synthesis and divine expression inMagic, 211:the purpose and plan towards which all Being tends. I know not how to express this more clearly.Magic, 241:Physically speaking, it is the urge which tends to unite male and female for the purpose ofMagic, 268:It might be briefly added that anything that tends to increase the power of matter and add to theMagic, 307:of the sun in the heavens. The southern path tends to a lowered vibratory influence and aspirantsMagic, 464:them remains unrewarded, except in so far as it tends to develop the mental apparatus. This solarMagic, 631:and when advice is found to be separative and tends to eliminate harmony, and produces a lack ofMeditation, 3:[3] Hence the work of meditation, for it tends to abstraction and seeks to awaken to abstractMeditation, 5:the inculcation of one-pointedness. Each life tends to greater stability but seldom is theMeditation, 231:food for thought and for speculation. It tends to the development of the higher mind and byMeditation, 247:of prana. Rose acts upon the nervous system and tends to vitalization, and to the removal ofPatanjali, 186:the forms and the real man [186] and which tends to link him to a form and to the physical plane isPatanjali, 369:the Self, or spiritual man. 26. The mind then tends towards discrimination and increasingPatanjali, 422:Book 4 - Illumination 26, 27, 28. The mind then tends towards discrimination and increasingProblems, 180:with all groups who have a world program which tends to heal world differences and nationalPsychology1, 51:transference into higher forms of awareness tends, at the beginning, to separativeness. The fifthPsychology1, 92:vision or as an hallucination, for all that tends to prove its existence is the testimony of thePsychology1, 344:be enumerated thus: The ray power or life which tends ever towards harmony and an eventual beauty,Psychology2, 90:on a developing scale of rapid living, that tends constantly to transcend time as we know it. AnPsychology2, 167:full... Sudden a spade descends, for the thinker tends the garden of his thought, and thus destroysPsychology2, 223:life side, it leads to that understanding which tends to identification, through the wider choicePsychology2, 354:physical body upon the sixth ray. This naturally tends to balance or offset the intensity of thePsychology2, 456:means of psychological salvation, for it tends to extrovert the mystic and thus give proper releasePsychology2, 474:itself, the dream world of the planet - all this tends to preoccupy him and to lead him into dangerPsychology2, 526:its place. This is a right and good change and tends correctly to a rounded out development. It isPsychology2, 526:expediency and that form of group work which tends to the expression of his personality potency.Psychology2, 554:who are working through the lower centers; this tends to produce an immense personality success. ItPsychology2, 556:mundi, the soul of the world. This inclusiveness tends [557] to synthesis. It can already be seenPsychology2, 572:mouthpieces of the Masters or of the Christ; it tends to make them separative in their attitudes toPsychology2, 586:expulsive of the old interests and thus tends to shift the life-emphasis away from the lower levelsPsychology2, 682:purport to have an international program which tends to heal world differences and nationalRays, 91:activity or phases of His work. These are: He "tends the evocation of the fire." His major task asRays, 92:day, in His capacity of God the Preserver. He "tends the little ones." The work here referred toRays, 210:but an understanding of the occult paradoxes tends to liberation. In the comprehension of theseRays, 382:spiritual fusion towards which all evolution tends; it will take the form of the externalization ofRays, 436:brain. This fact (when [436] he discovers it) tends to upset his time-awareness, and the first stepRays, 762:filled again, and refused to selfish need) he tends the need of struggling men who tread the wayReappearance, 18:enlightens the minds of men, all propaganda that tends to bring about right human relations, allReappearance, 71:will is selfish and misunderstood at first, but tends eventually to selflessness, as evolution
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