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

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Psychology1, 423:the Sun, the giver of that life," or again, the "urge to turn the eye of the heart to the heart ofPsychology1, 425:or Idealism can make its pressure felt as the urge towards a goal, and thus [426] produce aPsychology2, 24:reactions to suffering, joy, pain, to the urge and satisfaction of desire, and to a heavyPsychology2, 24:of desire, and to a heavy subconscious urge to betterment. Life after life passes, and slowly thePsychology2, 25:with the basic urges or appetites, - first, his urge to self-preservation; then toPsychology2, 25:then to self-perpetuation through the urge to reproduce; and next, to economic satisfaction. AtPsychology2, 25:recognized, and a dim desire for peace and the urge to find that nebulous thing called "happiness"Psychology2, 73:be attended to at this immediate time. I would urge all disciples to do the same, for in so doingPsychology2, 96:human family. The instinct to betterment, the urge to progress (physical, emotional andPsychology2, 97:theme in all the world Bibles is the same. This urge to sacrifice, to relinquish this for that, toPsychology2, 97:of which human history is constructed. When this urge to sacrifice in order to win, gain or salvagePsychology2, 97:unfoldment will stand revealed. This tendency or urge is something different to desire, as desirePsychology2, 97:for students of esotericism to note that this urge to salvage and to sacrifice in order to redeemPsychology2, 97:manifesting through a planet, expresses this urge in varying ways, and each expression is soPsychology2, 125:Service is a life demonstration. It is a soul urge, and is as much an evolutionary impetus of thePsychology2, 125:much an evolutionary impetus of the soul as the urge to self-preservation or to the reproduction ofPsychology2, 125:lower nature it is personality desire. It is the urge to group good. It cannot, therefore, bePsychology2, 130:be regarded as a world science. It is a creative urge, a creative impulse, a creative momentousPsychology2, 134:is, in the last analysis, only the personality urge towards betterment, and in its right place andPsychology2, 154:subservient to, or are emergent from, this basic urge. Freud calls this urge "sex," which is,Psychology2, 154:emergent from, this basic urge. Freud calls this urge "sex," which is, nevertheless, only anotherPsychology2, 154:his development - whether it is the instinctual urge to self-preservation, which can be seen in thePsychology2, 154:of the modern civilized man; whether it is the urge to self-reproduction and the satisfaction ofPsychology2, 154:of the sex life of the race; whether it is the urge to be popular, loved and esteemed; whether itPsychology2, 154:popular, loved and esteemed; whether it is the urge for [155] intellectual enjoyment and the mentalPsychology2, 156:his progress under the promptings of desire: The urge to experience, to exist, and to satisfy thePsychology2, 158:understand the potency of their urges! If the urge to satisfy desire is the basic urge of the formPsychology2, 158:If the urge to satisfy desire is the basic urge of the form life of man, the urge to serve is anPsychology2, 158:is the basic urge of the form life of man, the urge to serve is an equally basic urge of the soulPsychology2, 158:of man, the urge to serve is an equally basic urge of the soul in man. This is one of the mostPsychology2, 161:power to decentralize. These words indicate the urge to devaluate the unreal and the undesirable,Psychology2, 180:the request for this united activity, and the urge to bend every effort to raise the dead body ofPsychology2, 180:the new groups remain as their destiny and inner urge indicates upon the physical plane; but - toPsychology2, 183:and tiresome as the reiteration may be, I urge upon you the cultivation of these qualities. ThroughPsychology2, 221:of all sensory perception and is the instinctive urge to consciousness itself, in all its manyPsychology2, 222:and transmuted into intelligent activity. 4. The urge to creative life, through the divine facultyPsychology2, 222:through the divine faculty of imagination. This urge is, as can easily be seen, closely connectedPsychology2, 231:and is life itself. The motivating urge of God, His outstanding desire, is towards union andPsychology2, 231:in St. John XVII, are the call to synthesis, and urge us towards our goal. "And now I am no more inPsychology2, 241:Ray - Rules for Inducing Soul Control c. The Urge to Formulate a Plan The third divine instinct orPsychology2, 241:divine instinct or hidden inner trend is the urge to formulate a plan. It will be apparent thatPsychology2, 241:formulate a plan. It will be apparent that this urge grows out of, or is dependent upon, thePsychology2, 242:real expression and man's true response to this urge only become possible after the thirdPsychology2, 244:Hierarchy. This in time will produce the urge to create those forms, conveying meaning, which willPsychology2, 246:Ray - Rules for Inducing Soul Control d. The Urge to Creative Life This realization brings us toPsychology2, 246:more detail of our fourth point, which is the urge to creative life through the divine use of thePsychology2, 260:family come into incarnation in obedience to the urge or the desire to experience, and the magneticPsychology2, 262:that which their souls have purposed. Only the urge for specific activities remains. The workPsychology2, 264:out glandular equipment. This is aided by his urge to power and the proper [265] environingPsychology2, 272:who were approached registered dimly a deepened urge to rise to better things. Aspiration was bornPsychology2, 284:The impulse to aspire. The divine evolutionary urge. The tendency to attract, to be magnetic, underPsychology2, 292:the advanced Man The Arjuna spirit. This is the urge towards victory, the holding of a positionPsychology2, 292:and the eventual sensing of the middle way. The urge to synthesis (again a first ray impulse)Psychology2, 293:spirit of materialistic enterprise, the divine urge, as it evidences itself in the early stages.Psychology2, 293:to progress, which is, in the last analysis, the urge to evolve. The tendency to crystallize, toPsychology2, 319:manifest. The creative impulse. The evolutionary urge. [320] The wish to incarnate. The attractionPsychology2, 320:phrases are familiar to all of us. I would urge you to preserve, as far as possible, the thought ofPsychology2, 339:materiality, of lower desire and of physical urge is in full expression. This was carried to itsPsychology2, 390:to the throat center where the creative physical urge is transmuted into artistic or literaryPsychology2, 407:the result of life-stimulation, the evolutionary urge, the normal processes of living, experiencePsychology2, 414:and imprisoned. It is the life principle and urge which dominate and the instinctual nature whichPsychology2, 422:to the inevitable and submission to the urge of his own desire. Recognition of capacity andPsychology2, 448:of the mystical tendency and the spiritual urge which distinguishes humanity as a whole, andPsychology2, 460:nature into unison with the recognized mental urge and the dominant mental demand. This, whenPsychology2, 464:sometimes it is brought about through the urge to creative work which leads a man in pursuit ofPsychology2, 480:phenomena of the outer response to a subjective urge. They are, in the majority of cases, blindPsychology2, 481:which may have only a temporary effect, once the urge of response has exhausted itself. But in anyPsychology2, 495:idealism; they are all indicative of an urge, a powerful urge, either to selfish satisfaction orPsychology2, 495:they are all indicative of an urge, a powerful urge, either to selfish satisfaction or groupPsychology2, 530:find in purely animal man; then use under the urge of desire for pleasure and physicalPsychology2, 530:wherein the physical pull of sex and the urge to physical creation is not so dominant and thePsychology2, 555:plus the inherent or innate forward-pressing urge towards greater inclusiveness which is alwaysPsychology2, 556:natural, normal and part of the evolutionary urge. This it still remains, but the process can bePsychology2, 559:Analysis plus Self-assertion. Evolutionary urge. Self-control. 2. The five senses. The five senses.Psychology2, 634:the case today. The masses fight and die on the urge of inflammatory speeches and seldom know whatPsychology2, 701:except difficulty, a sense of futility, and an urge to be freed from conditions. This is frequentlyPsychology2, 714:brings about a period in which the spiritual urge on the part of masses of men shows itself inPsychology2, 714:of masses of men shows itself in three ways: The urge to betterment already noted. The organizationPsychology2, 734:heart centers of the members, and the consequent urge to go forth into the world of daily living toPsychology2, 737:of the general trend of the evolutionary urge; they are directing world force into the desiredRays, 4:of rhythm and of harmonious response to divine urge, of perfect display of coordinated cooperationRays, 59:the symbol of an inner reality) is the driving urge to betterment which is the outstandingRays, 59:of the soul. From that point of tension the urge and the struggle become more [60] acute, untilRays, 60:of his mysterious oneness with all that is. The urge which distinguished his progress in arrivingRays, 90:gives us in perfect wording the nature of the urge which prompts the present activity of theRays, 99:process of wishful thinking, an hypothesis or an urge. It is realized as an innate necessity and asRays, 132:Being is carried out in conformity with the life urge of the One in Whom they live and move andRays, 142:to healthy living; some idea of the human urge to light can be grasped if you consider theRays, 170:of the whole scheme and a recognition of the urge-to-good which pervades every aspect of theRays, 318:rightful place and be known as the disciplining urge to relinquishment and to the ending by deathRays, 380:But the life of God was there, plus an inherent "urge" and a dynamic "pull." These two factorsRays, 425:and round out this triple presentation. I do not urge you to study or to give much time to theRays, 439:- all this agonizing reaction to the spiritual urge will be left behind. The Master knows the LawRays, 484:and as a whole to the incoming spiritual urge; an overwhelming impulse towards spiritual light andRays, 519:- emanation, voiceless appeal, inherent urge towards the light - which is innate in all forms,Rays, 519:and from death to immortality, is an inherent urge in all forms. It constitutes one of the mostRays, 572:of entirely new creative art. This creative urge will take forms which will express the newRays, 758:times, in every age and in every situation, the urge to voice an appeal to the unseen spiritualRays, 759:it has no personal appeal or temporal invocative urge; it expresses humanity's need and piercesReappearance, 77:the masses of men everywhere, fostering the urge to a general betterment. His activity is
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