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

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Problems, 165:motivating power of the universe is Love; the truth that a great Individuality came to earth,Problems, 165:that love so that we could understand; the truth that both love [166] and intelligence are effectsProblems, 166:the Will of God; and finally the self-evident truth that only through humanity itself can theProblems, 168:old conditions, and kept in the dark as to the truth of the world situation. All these factorsProblems, 173:in the United States, thus keeping much of the truth from the people; it is the upheaval of laborPsychology1, xviii:suffices. There should be in all impartation of truth no imposition of authority. Aspirants must bePsychology1, xix:age. Ponder upon these three main approaches to truth, and think upon them with clarity of thought.Psychology1, xxi:of information, and will serve to convey truth and to develop the intuition. The last book, APsychology1, xxiii:of thought and that intuitive perception of truth which will enable them easily to grasp thePsychology1, xxv:should be that of the student who is seeking truth that can be verified and information that can bePsychology1, xxv:in which he plays his little part. If the truth given is veiled in symbolism and offered as anPsychology1, xxv:the surface meaning to the esoteric structure of truth. These rays are in constant movement andPsychology1, 4:us concentrate upon the clear enunciation of the truth anent the rays, and seek to tabulate,Psychology1, 12:to understand what is relatively a new aspect of truth. In undertaking to reveal something anentPsychology1, 14:there is growth and intelligent application of truth. I deal with possibility and with that whichPsychology1, 15:standpoint getting a fresh glimpse of a possible truth. Each age (and the present is no exception)Psychology1, 16:make understanding contacts with that emerging Truth, Reality and Beauty which the universePsychology1, 16:seek illumination and a right apprehension of truth to drop the emphasis so often laid upon certainPsychology1, 16:laid upon certain aspects and presentations of truth being spiritual and others being mental. It isPsychology1, 17:is through the mind that theory is formulated, truth distinguished and Deity apprehended. When wePsychology1, 17:which means little except the enunciation of a truth, incapable of proof. Everything is anPsychology1, 18:factor and as constituting all that is. This truth as to life and quality and form is made mostPsychology1, 24:is the creation of Beauty (as an expression of truth) through the free interplay of life and form,Psychology1, 29:being superseded, but by what new formulation of truth is not yet revealed. The light is slowlyPsychology1, 29:and arrive at a fresh enunciation of ancient truth. Through the lens of the illumined mind, he willPsychology1, 3+4:not concern ourselves. We accept it as a basic truth and we realize that we are on our way backPsychology1, 36:reality, and regard diversity as the only truth. Psychology1, 36:in the language of mysticism, thus linking the truth as found in all religions. It is necessarilyPsychology1, 36:inadequate, for it fails to emphasize the truth that what can be posited of man can also be positedPsychology1, 49:Each of the great rays has a form of teaching truth to humanity which is its unique contribution,Psychology1, 59:write for simple aspirants, I cannot convey the truth until such time as their rapport with theirPsychology1, 77:Lord of this ray are as follows: The Revealer of Truth The great Connector The Divine IntermediaryPsychology1, 80:Sword Bearer of the Logos The Upholder of the Truth The Crucifier and the Crucified The Breaker ofPsychology1, 111:of psychology, and of so expanding the point of truth (anent the seven rays, an ancient septenate,Psychology1, 111:What is taught should matter. The aspects of truth which I present to your consideration shouldPsychology1, 112:[112] of the intuition to recognize spiritual truth should be the subject of your effort. The solePsychology1, 118:have value, for all have embodied an aspect of truth. Through them we have arrived at an amazingPsychology1, 119:is not yet substantiated; and in helping the truth into the light I seek to bring the subject ofPsychology1, 134:the synthetic and immediate grasp of the truth, as it essentially exists, and the Lord of thePsychology1, 141:Lodge as a whole, a statement of fact and of truth. For students and seekers they must be acceptedPsychology1, 177:linked the spiritual truths of all ages with the truth of the Christian presentation, showing themPsychology1, 178:that I cannot yet detail it. Recognition of its truth is dependent upon inner growth andPsychology1, 181:the impossible; but time will demonstrate the truth of that which I predict. The world structurePsychology1, 181:contact with the world of reality and of inner truth. They will not necessarily be people who couldPsychology1, 184:eye," will also add to the demonstration of the truth of immortality, for they will with facilityPsychology1, 185:the new powers that will substantiate the old truth and turn men's beliefs into certainties.Psychology1, 197:This is not just a pictorial way of portraying truth. The very nature of perfume, its purpose andPsychology1, 200:of synthetic apprehension of the underlying truth which we call the intuition. This is after allPsychology1, 202:Calm, strength, patience and endurance, love of truth, faithfulness, intuition, clear intelligence,Psychology1, 203:desire for pure knowledge and for absolute truth - cold and selfish, if without love, and inactivePsychology1, 204:power of his imagination grasp the essence of a truth; his idealism will often be strong; he is aPsychology1, 209:be acquired: Strength, self-sacrifice, purity, truth, tolerance, serenity, balance and commonPsychology1, 231:for the average student to apprehend the truth? Such questions are intelligent and worth while andPsychology1, 231:though foggy and deluded interpretation of truth, are a great detriment to the cause of thePsychology1, 231:mental equipment and the mental apprehension of truth can be increased, then it may be possible forPsychology1, 232:which should lead them on in the realization of truth; and those of us therefore who arePsychology1, 233:by arguing from analogy that we grasp esoteric truth, and it might bring us some illumination if wePsychology1, 240:only way in which any aspect of this planetary truth can be grasped by man. It is an interesting,Psychology1, 241:for a vegetarian diet, and which gives force and truth to this injunction. It is the failure toPsychology1, 242:the attitude can be otherwise, and the emerging truth is different to that which the little mindsPsychology1, 245:forms. With this aspect of this deeply esoteric truth I cannot here deal, for it is the effect ofPsychology1, 258:to emerge into manifestation. This is the basic truth lying behind the ideas put out at this timePsychology1, 261:of the first ways in which man is learning this truth is through the discovery of that vibration -Psychology1, 264:stand there forever as a sign of strength and truth divine; thus do we enter quick within the tombPsychology1, 271:is legion. All have in them a measure of the truth. Most of them, express the depths of man'sPsychology1, 274:If one faces this issue with courage and with truth, one will be forced to the conclusion that downPsychology1, 282:will be awakened and fostered. Facts prove the truth of the saying that a heavily fertilized gardenPsychology1, 285:the historical Christ is the guarantee of its truth and reality. Christ guarantees for us thePsychology1, 286:false idea has crept into their presentation of truth that marriage of this kind is essential forPsychology1, 287:the erroneous interpretation, however, lies truth. Where this true marriage and these ideal sexualPsychology1, 289:beauty in form, the enshrining of some aspect of truth in appropriate expression, and thus thePsychology1, 296:for me to elaborate in this direction, for this truth is obvious and has oft been voiced. Later,Psychology1, 299:significance of sex. But man has prostituted the truth, and the real significance has been lost.Psychology1, 302:are the universal and recognized truths, and a truth is a scientific pronouncement. The molding ofPsychology1, 313:and lovers of God, are manifesting this revealed truth in the world of the mental plane and of thePsychology1, 313:of this reality can, for the first time and in truth, manifest itself on the physical plane in anPsychology1, 314:the Christ force and life. It is indeed and in truth from glory to glory that we go. The past gloryPsychology1, 315:novel and the unusual, forgetting that every new truth and every new presentation of an old truthPsychology1, 315:new truth and every new presentation of an old truth carries with it the onus of increasedPsychology1, 316:or antipathies? In the realization of the truth that we all, at some time, experience incarnationPsychology1, 338:balances the so-called love nature, and it is in truth the cause of our evolutionary growth. ThePsychology1, 340:of mysticism and of philosophy, but in very truth all that I have here said could be expressedPsychology1, 346:above symbolical and ancient formulation of truth, which is in the nature of a symbolical prophecy.Psychology1, 346:of the lower three and the soul. Putting the truth quite simply, let it be borne in mind thatPsychology1, 350:which lies behind all the scientific approach to truth in all departments of human thought. BeingPsychology1, 352:nature more potently than the divine Plan. This truth can be applied also to the development of thePsychology1, 353:of humanity as a whole. The application of this truth can be clearly seen in connection with thePsychology1, 367:people come into power and the wrong aspects of truth become emphasized. A disordered inharmoniousPsychology1, 374:work is really to be found in this basic truth. The bringing in of force and the offering of aPsychology1, 389:consequent interest shown in the phenomena and truth of the reality of initiation. [390] ThePsychology1, 400:British-Israelites into their travesty of the truth, and caused them to trace our modern WesternPsychology1, 411:Tabulations on the Rays Ray Methods of Teaching Truth Ray I - Higher expression: The science ofPsychology2, 8:be the dominant creative aspect. It is upon this truth that Christian Science has laid thePsychology2, 18:should be our steadfast aim. For this, in truth and sincerity, we should strive. [19] We have thusPsychology2, 20:of still greater truths, and when the greater truth is grasped, the significance and thePsychology2, 21:Spirit, Soul and Body, for they express the same truth. The quality of matter, built up into humanPsychology2, 31:can only be expressed in terms of negation, the truth must be borne constantly in mind that thePsychology2, 33:and disappear at will." (An expression of the truth of this can be seen demonstrating in the worldPsychology2, 37:divinity. How can I, therefore, demonstrate this truth? What shall I do? I wander in illusion.' ThePsychology2, 37:the glory of the One and Only. The glory and the truth will rapidly destroy that which has veiled
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