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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - THOUGHTS
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THOUGHTS
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Fire, 738:existence in the manvantaric cycle, so the good thoughts, words, and deeds of any one of theseFire, 751:of the Bodhisattva may be found in these two thoughts, provided the student transfers the wholeFire, 757:the physical brain of the [757] man or woman, of thoughts, plans for work, ideals and intentionsFire, 765:in the three worlds. Let us endeavor in our thoughts to interpret all these processes in terms ofFire, 800:and its inherent quality, sensation. In these thoughts, we have but approached the study of karmaFire, 803:and this is solar fire or light. These thoughts may make clear somewhat the significance of theFire, 838:They looked, then turned away Their gaze and thoughts to other spheres. Their hour had not yetFire, 848:such as disciples and initiates. These thoughts may be clarified if certain statements are madeFire, 871:key to these cycles lies hid in the following thoughts: the Bodhisattva and the Manu change moreFire, 889:should remember that through the power of their thoughts and their spoken words they definitelyFire, 889:animal kingdom. The separative and maleficent thoughts of man are largely responsible for theFire, 900:the Christian Bible. When meditating upon these thoughts, students will find it well to bear inFire, 936:etheric and dense physical body. By dividing our thoughts into two sections, we may be able toFire, 950:main ways: (1) By the strength of Their united thoughts and meditations. (2) By the work of theFire, 951:increasing control of the lunar natures, the thoughts and desires of men are consequently purifiedFire, 953:the sumtotal of his evil desires, motives and thoughts. For ages it has vampirized him, and forFire, 1003:is feeling strongly enough. Second. Through the thoughts and ideas of the man fitting in with theFire, 1028:the atom. When he can pass more directly in his thoughts to the discussion and consideration of theFire, 1069:and faculties at present lacking. All these thoughts can be extended to include entire kingdoms ofFire, 1085:spirit whose function is to produce rain. - Some Thoughts on the Gita, p. 127. Fire, 1103:that it should become a transmitter of the thoughts and wishes of the solar Angel, and should actFire, 1109:to which the individual stones (good deeds and thoughts) are taken for fashioning, after beingFire, 1128:centers on the mental plane. If we summarize the thoughts conveyed here, we will find that it dealsFire, 1209:of expression) will take on a new coloring. The thoughts of men will be revolutionized on theGlamour, 19:public opinion and change the current of men's thoughts. All small groups of people, naturally andGlamour, 20:the theme may fall into right places in your thoughts. Glamour, 30:held humanity prisoner to wrong concepts and thoughts. So many are these thought producingGlamour, 65:do, or according to the general trend of men's thoughts. The disciple can therefore be swept into aGlamour, 72:plane. We are quite willing to remember that "thoughts are things" and that they have a form lifeGlamour, 74:of this glamor. The influence of their thoughts and words and lives can and will bring about aGlamour, 171:and application of these divine ideas or seed thoughts, he becomes initiate and the thirdGlamour, 189:awaits the revelation which will embody the thoughts and dreams and constructive goal of the NewGlamour, 200:for the Real; they are in conflict with the old thoughts and desires of the past and mustGlamour, 222:would force themselves to speak or write their thoughts clearly, if they would never be ambiguousGlamour, 222:if they would never be ambiguous or deal in half thoughts, innuendo or suggestion. They shouldGlamour, 247:the impulse of sentient reactions, ideas and thoughts, emanating from other human beings or is itGlamour, 248:of acts and sentient reactions, of words and thoughts. We are here concerned, as you can see, withHealing, 117:him, and the dualism which colored his life and thoughts and which gave motive to all he sought toHealing, 119:complexes and his fixed ideas and undesirable thoughts, and to focus them upon the soul, the divineHealing, 150:of life. This must be borne in mind, and the thoughts of the student must not be permitted to roveHealing, 239:activity, were violently suppressed and all thoughts anent the sex life were refused expression.Healing, 258:to deal with our third and final section of thoughts around the basic causes of disease. The themeHealing, 260:should be, provided that one's wishes, choices, thoughts and desires are free from selfishness andHealing, 358:share and yet not be dominated by the powerful thoughts and ideas of the more potent members in theHealing, 367:over the world of the intellect and carry our thoughts from the points of living knowledge there toHealing, 372:and cannot cover a planetary range in their thoughts), and work - mentally and physically - withinHealing, 421:vibrating to a different measure. In these three thoughts lies much information, if they areHealing, 426:of the above words is clear. Two major thoughts will serve to clarify the issue of death with whichHealing, 427:it of life, via the soul. These are significant thoughts. They have been expressed before, but haveHealing, 595:were taught openly, the result would be that the thoughts of men would be turned to the fact of theHercules, 10:of Hercules - The Purpose of this Study Key Thoughts Four key thoughts can be given here whichHercules, 10:The Purpose of this Study Key Thoughts Four key thoughts can be given here which express theHercules, 19:stage of the spiritual experience and colors the thoughts of all the great aspirants and mystics ofHercules, 37:one entire day he pays close attention to his thoughts and to the words he speaks, which are everHercules, 95:watched the tired warrior rest and watched his thoughts. He said then to the Teacher who stoodHercules, 105:the constellation conveyed three major thoughts: first, that man was the ruler, the king, GodHercules, 108:Hercules - Labor V The Lesson of the Labor Two thoughts, taken out of the Christian Bible,Hercules, 141:looked as if it had been made of all the foulest thoughts conceived since time began. The hydraHercules, 148:Fastened by the heavy chains of self-exalting thoughts, he looks at other human beings withHercules, 158:aspirant to initiation has to do. We control our thoughts and consequently control our words. ThereHercules, 160:to the soul; and as we are occupied with these thoughts we build clouds of thought forms because weHercules, 161:to tie myself by critical thought, self-pitying thoughts, by gossip, by words that I should notHercules, 167:he is a devastating force; that by his words and thoughts he is doing [168] harm. Remember this,Hercules, 168:activity is your main enterprise. You weigh your thoughts because there is potency back of yourHercules, 201:we ever were; we are wide open to each other's thoughts for one thing, and if such a potent thinkerHercules, 215:this one incarnation, it seems wise to turn our thoughts to the deeper significance of the energiesHercules, 218:the Zodiac As we study this imaginary path two thoughts emerge. We are brought face to face withInitiation, 194:the fiery furnace those motives words, and thoughts which are the mainspring of activity and haveIntellectto Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts CHAPTER ONE Introductory Thoughts "TheIntellect- Introductory Thoughts CHAPTER ONE Introductory Thoughts "The scientific method - apart from aIntellect, 5:to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts Dr. Jung, one of the people who is seeking toIntellect, 7:to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts It is in the training of the mind that the cruxIntellect, 10:to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts Perhaps the problem consists in this: that theIntellect, 12:to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts Looking back over the seventy or more years thatIntellect, 15:to Intuition - Chapter One - Introductory Thoughts Let us give the word "spiritual" a wideIntellect, 16:and gave forth messages which have moulded the thoughts of men, and directed the lives of millions.Intellect, 17:with the Orient and when we have united the best thoughts of the East with those of the West, weIntellect, 35:Christ, the Buddha, Plato and many others, whose thoughts and words have set their mark upon theIntellect, 41:Scriptures of the world which have moulded the thoughts of men, and for the coming [42] forth ofIntellect, 100:the case) the victim of his mind, swayed by thoughts and ideas over which he has no control, andIntellect, 101:being. This is the concept we shall hold in our thoughts as we study [102] the technique ofIntellect, 102:impressions emanating from other minds, and the thoughts of men (both ancient and modern) areIntellect, 103:of information, and no clear formulation of thoughts occurs. The clothing of ideas with words whichIntellect, 103:have ideas or originate really intelligent thoughts? Their minds respond to that which is conveyedIntellect, 105:connotes the gathering together of our wandering thoughts and ideas, and holding the mind firmlyIntellect, 110:the brain becomes a sensitive receiver of the thoughts and desires of the soul, the Higher Self, asIntellect, 148:up. If the occupations are regulated by correct thoughts, the Light is not scattered by outsideIntellect, 165:messages down the ages, which have guided the thoughts and destiny of men and brought them forwardIntellect, 170:but not with the outer eyes, nor through the thoughts of my heart; neither do the five outer sensesIntellect, 192:a veil and an imperfection, and the more a man's thoughts are associated with other than God theIntellect, 192:agreed that unification is the concentration of thoughts, whereas to be content with other than GodIntellect, 206:(not feeling), and we steadily guide our thoughts at all times along certain chosen lines, makingIntellect, 206:choose to think and refusing entrance to those thoughts we choose to exclude, not by the method ofIntellect, 217:changing and that we are beginning to think the thoughts that the soul thinks. It then becomes theIntellect, 223:is quiet and regular, and will then withdraw our thoughts from the body altogether and begin theIntellect, 225:us. The mind refuses to mould itself into the thoughts which we choose to think, and rushes allIntellect, 226:our work to do over again. So we recollect our thoughts and start afresh with much success for halfIntellect, 229:This activity excludes all extraneous thoughts, except those which the words under considerationIntellect, 230:much difficulty will be found to eliminate all thoughts other than those having a bearing upon theIntellect, 239:he should be able to formulate with clarity the thoughts with which he seeks to clothe the nebulous
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