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

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Hercules, 164:will say, this is for me, my formulation of the truth, because it helps me to live. Other groupsHercules, 164:I can grasp my brother's way of looking at the truth is it possible for me to have the vision. AllHercules, 164:have the vision. All the various truths form one Truth; that is what is realized in Sagittarius,Hercules, 164:until you have seen where your little bit of truth forms part of the group mosaic. That is all.Hercules, 178:and spiritual ambition the man can say with truth, "lost am I in light supernal, yet on that lightHercules, 193:them, blame yourself and not them. That is the truth. If a person misinterprets you, it is becauseHercules, 194:emerge and humanity will learn the next great truth and step forward and up. [195] Alice Bailey Hercules, 201:that a man shall keep his own inner structure of truth to himself and not impose it on any oneHercules, 205:in the spiritual field by the awakened seeker. Truth is, phoenix-like, emerging anew in the fieldHercules, 205:field of human experience, but it will be the truth which is felt and known and not the truth whichHercules, 205:be the truth which is felt and known and not the truth which is enforced through authoritarianismHercules, 205:authoritarianism and ancient tradition; for truth, as Bernard Shaw tells us, is "what you know byHercules, 207:Men are recognizing that they are in very truth "made in the image of God", and are one in natureHercules, 210:and of existence, and discovering that he is in truth a son of God incarnated in each human being.Hercules, 219:it should surely be possible to demonstrate the truth of this contention. How then can theseInitiation, viii:but fundamentally holding to the same one truth and serving the same God. Among occidental thinkersInitiation, 6:accurate. Browning had hold of a part of this truth when he wrote: All's change, but permanence asInitiation, 6:but permanence as well..." and continued: "Truth inside, and outside, truth also; and between each,Initiation, 6:and continued: "Truth inside, and outside, truth also; and between each, falsehood that is change,Initiation, 6:and between each, falsehood that is change, as truth is permanence." "Truth successively takesInitiation, 6:that is change, as truth is permanence." "Truth successively takes shape, one grade above its lastInitiation, 7:form, that will embody much of the truth. The student will then awake to the realization that afterInitiation, 11:themselves, it is the intuitive apprehension of truth apart from the reasoning faculty, and theInitiation, 26:pass on to desire and seek to know the truth as it is, more will be forthcoming, when theyInitiation, 26:of perfection. Let us therefore seek for the truth as a fact in our own consciousness. EveryInitiation, 27:of ascertaining for himself their falsity or truth. [28] Initiation, 52:in the activities and occupations and truth dissemination of the various churches, sciences, andInitiation, 53:or evidence an inability to represent the truth. If he does well, and the work proceeds as desired,Initiation, 57:unknown and unseen with the seekers after truth in the world's great laboratories, with all whoInitiation, 59:plane he works to open up to the seekers after truth that subjective world which lies behind theInitiation, 98:in an expansion and an apprehension of the truth as it is, and is lasting in its effects. It isInitiation, 101:and conscious realization in himself, then the truth of his inner assurance is proven andInitiation, 118:the Monads on his ray, is thus revealed. This truth is well-nigh impossible to express in words,Initiation, 118:steps is the initiate brought face to face with Truth and Existence. It will be apparent toInitiation, 133:to him a realization of the literal absolute truth of the phrase that "God is a consuming fire." HeInitiation, 135:two ways in which some idea of the fundamental truth will be conveyed to the mind of the student,Initiation, 137:to convey to the mind of man fundamental truth from different angles. By the time the fourthInitiation, 137:mental body. Another way of emphasizing the same truth is to regard the egoic body as a center ofInitiation, 190:high levels that words only blur and dim the truth. Certain of the sons of men, a nucleus whoInitiation, 198:slowly, and applicants must learn the occult truth of the words: - "Make haste slowly." A processInitiation, 201:his attention to loving his brother perfectly in truth and in deed, to serving whole-heartedly, toIntellect, 4:when these concessions are made, a structure of truth will be found to emerge which will embody theIntellect, 5:to antagonize each other, yet the quest for truth has been one; the interest in that which is, andIntellect, 16:a light and of a glory; of a direct knowledge of truth and of a world of phenomena which is uniformIntellect, 27:in the sudden illuminations and apprehensions of truth which are the gift of our greatest thinkers.Intellect, 29:the intellect, and ignores the faculty to intuit truth which the best minds evidence, lacks much.Intellect, 59:use of the mind in the apprehension of spiritual truth. Intellect, 75:hither and thither in the work of spelling out truth until the day dawns when, exhausted, we retireIntellect, 76:of worship, or those ideas about happiness and truth which others have created and after which weIntellect, 80:meditation as "the entering into some great truth until we are possessed by it," and truth and GodIntellect, 80:great truth until we are possessed by it," and truth and God are synonymous terms. The mind knowsIntellect, 82:up for us in the familiar words of Browning: "Truth is within ourselves; it takes no rise FromIntellect, 83:[83] There is an inmost center in us all, Where truth abides in fullness; and around Wall uponIntellect, 85:Moslem and Far-Eastern esoteric traditions. The Truth we so rashly term unattainable awaits' usIntellect, 91:to overcome before we can enter into the eternal truth that lies beyond all seeming. In thatIntellect, 92:this particular phase in the agelong pursuit of truth. We are conscious within ourselves ofIntellect, 96:all forms veil a divine thought, idea, or truth and are the tangible manifestation of a divineIntellect, 96:in doing this, he arrives at a knowledge of Truth and is no longer taken in by the illusory aspectsIntellect, 97:These three factors - obedience, a search for truth in every form, and a fiery longing forIntellect, 124:the realm of knowledge entered are recorded as truth and proven fact by many thousands down theIntellect, 129:he now contacts. Thus we shall demonstrate the truth of the words of Mr. Chaplin in his valuableIntellect, 132:which - while they are full of wonder and of truth - are colored by the symbolism of their race andIntellect, 137:of the Kingdom of God," able to ascertain truth at first hand, and aware in full wakingIntellect, 149:to conclusions, although reason - the search for truth - apparently played a [150] part inIntellect, 150:to be unable to convey to others any body of truth which cannot be reached by more ordinaryIntellect, 150:may serve, as extreme cases serve to test the truth of some general geometrical theorem, to set ourIntellect, 151:perception and an intuitive apprehension of Truth. It is, we are told in the eastern Scriptures,Intellect, 154:hears, and sees, and knows; he becomes aware of Truth, unveiled and freed from the glamor which theIntellect, 157:soundest arguments expressly state (what is the truth) that the kernel of eternal life lies ratherIntellect, 159:The effect on the mind is direct apprehension of truth and direct understanding of a knowledgeIntellect, 161:We might define it as direct apprehension of truth, apart from the reasoning faculty or from anyIntellect, 161:is the emergence into the consciousness of some truth or beauty never before sensed. It does notIntellect, 162:and Illumination This immediate access to Truth is the ultimate destiny of all human beings, and itIntellect, 173:They are inspired Declarers of the reality of truth, of the immortality of the soul, and of theIntellect, 177:they have arrived at this apprehension of divine Truth, and of a technique which has made possibleIntellect, 177:men, right down the ages, testify to the same truth, and that they claim for this universal methodIntellect, 187:utmost efforts of his will, to get into the very truth of the matter; he knocked and knocked untilIntellect, 191:emerges even from them the same expression of truth and the same basic method. The followingIntellect, 192:pages 302-303. Thus again we have the same truth. [193] Intellect, 202:of human ingenuity and intelligence in search of truth in order to control nature and transformIntellect, 205:Religion, page 284. St. Paul emphasizes the same truth when he speaks of "Christ in me, the hope ofIntellect, 209:ours in demonstrating a newer aspect of the old truth. We belong, in the West, to a younger race.Intellect, 222:the five commandments. These are, harmlessness, truth to all beings, abstention from theft, fromIntellect, 229:definitely upon a form of words, veiling a truth, there should be nothing automatic in the process.Intellect, 237:...a willing obedience to the behests of Truth, ...a courageous endurance of personal injustice, aIntellect, 240:chaotic world condition into the light of truth and of understanding. It should be remembered thatIntellect, 243:progress. You are a chosen worker and to you truth shall be revealed," or something equallyIntellect, 246:the personality as it is. Yet, in spite of the truth of the above, let us always remember that itIntellect, 250:perish, unless they can be brought to interpret truth and the future in the exclusive terms of theIntellect, 252:and knowledge from whence they proclaim the truth as they see it and consign those to destructionIntellect, 260:celibate life, may be a demonstration of the truth of the eastern position. It is causing a goodIntellect, 267:peculiar terms, or their particular approach to truth. They recognize the truth underlying allIntellect, 267:particular approach to truth. They recognize the truth underlying all presentations and are onlyMagicteacher's personality but the measure of truth for which he stands, and the student's power toMagicand the student's power to discriminate between truth, partial truth, and falsity. Second, thatMagicpower to discriminate between truth, partial truth, and falsity. Second, that with increasedMagiccomes through application of the measure of truth grasped to the immediate problem and environment,Magicthe consciousness expands through use of the truth imparted. Third, that a dynamic adherence to theMagic, 4:is for me the next step forward. What I say of truth alone is of moment; the inspiration and help IMagic, 5:life aspect, and the practical application of truth to the daily life of the aspirant. Let us study
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