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

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Astrology, 8:and identity of that entity is useless and of no value. Some dim idea, providing analogy even whenAstrology, 85:Illusion, seven major and five minor) will be of value. These work out into human expression viaAstrology, 150:in connection with them that will be of value; Pisces is part of the Mutable Cross, Aquarius of theAstrology, 202:of reorientation," as this will be of the utmost value to the earnest student. Even though I amAstrology, 203:[203] Path of Return. Otherwise the practical value of that which I seek to impart is of no realAstrology, 203:being subjected may be estimated at their true value and thus light be shed upon the way of man.Astrology, 213:and the dire testing of the disciple, the value of the individual conflict and the consciousness ofAstrology, 214:out in the sign Pisces would be of very real value. Death through the influences of Pluto and deathAstrology, 264:of the process of divine manifestation. It is of value here to remember certain points which are:Astrology, 285:is so often ignored but which has real racial value. It is the attitude which leads to a synthesisAstrology, 305:is an interesting piece of information but of no value, except in so far that it indicatesAstrology, 324:and students would find it of interest and of value to relate the effects of these seven planetaryAstrology, 429:where humanity itself is concerned. It is of value for human beings to realize that there are otherAstrology, 519:unless what I have to say is practical in value during this century of destiny, I might as wellAstrology, 564:year plays its part. Later, when the practical value of esoteric astrology is better understood,Atom, 21:consciousness this same definition is of real value. It involves the idea of a gradually increasingAtom, 106:and protective stage, and one of essential value to every unit of the human family. The realizationAtom, 116:it is an initiation, and herein to us lies the value of life itself, and the greatness of ourAtom, 129:more we shall build up something of very great value, and develop by slow and laborious degrees theAtom, 148:group, and enables it to develop something of value to give to that group when the second stage isAtom, 157:is going on in the evolutionary process, is of value to us, not because the accumulation ofAtom, 157:the accumulation of ascertained facts is of value, but because of what it enables us to do withinAutobiography, 1:world waits - could appear on earth. There is value in knowing that the love of God antedatesAutobiography, 30:to her room; I collected everything she had of value - wrist watch, brooches, rings, etc., etc.,Autobiography, 37:the Christ is the full expression. The real value of this experience is not to be found in the factAutobiography, 37:met one of Them and that He talked with me. The value is to be found also in the fact thatAutobiography, 38:field of ordinary recognition. Herein lies the value of the happening. There was no opportunity forAutobiography, 112:photographs and books which he thought I might value, he had taken to knocking me about, though heAutobiography, 186:material evidence of material wrongdoing has its value. I have no intention of dealing at greaterAutobiography, 245:and whether it had in it that which might be of value in the new spiritual era which was impending.Autobiography, 246:2025 A.D. A.A.B. later felt that it would be of value to me and to the work if she wrote certainAutobiography, 260:Bailey, it will also be apparent that the full value of the Treatise will only appear after dueAutobiography, 266:face themselves and rate their work at its true value, will find their schools in the discard - andAutobiography, 286:that if we have given them anything of spiritual value, then they should take it and use it in theBethlehem, 3:tale of great beauty and of real teaching value but nevertheless of no vital import to theBethlehem, 4:of proof. Individual belief is, after all, of no value to anyone except to the believer himself, orBethlehem, 15:that the individual, as an individual, is of value. This was a truth which the general EasternBethlehem, 15:of the East was failure to emphasize the supreme value of any individual. But Christ came andBethlehem, 16:humanity, resulting in an understanding of the value of the individual and his self-initiatedBethlehem, 17:be found in St. John XVII, which it would be of value to all of us to read. Individuality,Bethlehem, 28:definitely into the world of true meaning and of value, we shall see the mysteries becomingBethlehem, 33:Christ Himself. Christ came to teach the supreme value of the individual, as I have alreadyBethlehem, 38:the great flood within which it moves." - The Value and Destiny of the Individual, by B. Bosanquet,Bethlehem, 41:of these great initiations, it might be of value to touch upon one or two points in connection withBethlehem, 43:Resurrection. There is in nature some mysterious value which is connected with the first, theBethlehem, 50:in some degree to traverse this road..." (The Value and Destiny of the Individual, by B. Bosanquet,Bethlehem, 52:and have signified a potency of true spiritual value to the sensitive. The Word or sound forBethlehem, 89:p. 135. Christ stood thus equipped. It may be of value if we study here for a few minutes theBethlehem, 94:there is something still greater and of deeper value outside himself. He is sensitized to a subtlerBethlehem, 97:ascetic purification, and the recognition of its value by the pioneers of the human family, mayBethlehem, 114:of finite beings in a single personality." (The Value and Destiny of the Individual, by B.Bethlehem, 122:to man, which are of greater moment and value than the things which concern the form, even if heBethlehem, 139:self can find no other unity." - The Value and Destiny of the Individual, by B. Bosanquet, p. 210.Bethlehem, 151:person, making their words of moment, and giving value to their advice. We have been led to believeBethlehem, 158:shall we have attained to that of worth and value which can be permitted, under the divine Plan, toBethlehem, 163:only the man who has understood something of the value of the Transfiguration initiation and theBethlehem, 166:of His life, which is Love and Wisdom and Value and Reality. It was all of this which ChristBethlehem, 167:this would mean nothing to other men. His social value depends entirely on his ability to utterBethlehem, 169:- The Transfiguration It is of supreme value for us to realize that what Christ really did was toBethlehem, 183:and in His life demonstrated the supreme value of the individual, his perfecting, his service andBethlehem, 184:Christ's incarnation, apart from its historical value, and apart from the keynote which He sounded,Bethlehem, 210:Streeter tells us that "the significance and value of the death of Christ springs from its innerBethlehem, 212:and the devil, which will inject a meaning and a value into life. A sense of the failure of loveBethlehem, 221:of divinity, He has enabled us to gauge the value of the experience, and has shown us that onlyBethlehem, 245:We are surely on our way towards something of value and dynamic worth; otherwise life is a futileBethlehem, 245:which have no worth of any kind, and are of no value to God or men. This, we know, cannot be theBethlehem, 245:and Ascension It is the prolongation of value, of that which is worth while, and the continuationBethlehem, 245:of the worth of what He had achieved, and the value of the livingness of His contribution, He couldBethlehem, 245:demonstrate immortality. It is the immortal value which survives, and where that value exists theBethlehem, 245:immortal value which survives, and where that value exists the soul needs no more the school ofBethlehem, 246:vehicle in which most of us find ourselves. Its value seems inadequate for the experience ofBethlehem, 246:heightened experience, and that which he has of value being recognized by God as worth while, he isBethlehem, 247:it is essentially the moment of the triumph of value, and the demonstration of its immortality. ForBethlehem, 247:of its immortality. For that which is of value, the divine and hidden beauty which life-experienceBethlehem, 247:of the body. When the consciousness of value and of worth, and the recognition of man's reach, asBethlehem, 247:mental reactions to which we now submit is of no value to anyone but ourselves; the environment inBethlehem, 247:lead us honestly to the conclusion that our value to the universe is practically nil. And yet weBethlehem, 247:practically nil. And yet we know that there is a value and a reason behind all our life experience,Bethlehem, 247:a part, veils or hides something of infinite value, of which we are also a part. We seek assuranceBethlehem, 247:We seek assurance that those whom we love and value are not lost to us. We seek to share with themBethlehem, 248:are of importance in considering this problem of value, which is so amazingly evidenced by Christ,Bethlehem, 248:through human form, and in that form evidenced value, destiny, service and purpose. All of these HeBethlehem, 248:When we care for that which is eternal in value, then eternal life, free from the limitations ofBethlehem, 251:find much response from the healthy-minded. The value of all these doctrines consists in attractingBethlehem, 254:the transfiguration of mankind. That which is of value is coming to the fore. It has always beenBethlehem, 258:Christ came to give to life a meaning and a value, just as the Buddha came to make clear to us theBethlehem, 264:of the past, and taken at its simple face value, which is an expression of the divinity of man, ofBethlehem, 264:impressed upon us constantly. It might be of value to us, therefore, to admit this possibility andBethlehem, 275:is of the nature of the real, which has true value and which deserves to stand the test ofBethlehem, 277:characteristics can be known by the sense of value, by the attribute of light, and by the nature ofBethlehem, 279:action as [279] will produce results of real value. As long as we look on our existence in theBethlehem, 279:limits of our own existence. "Nothing of real value in the world is ever accomplished withoutDestiny, 10:and hence I emphasize them today. It will be of value next if I connect up the three majorDestiny, 68:Governing Signs It would, I feel, also be of value if I indicated the ruling sign of some of theDestiny, 94:as holy and as set apart for their spiritual value; they make them the goal of their pilgrimages;Destiny, 110:right lines during the coming era. It will be of value, therefore, to compare the old and the newDestiny, 112:has not been going steadily forward, it is of value to bear in mind that during the past twoDestiny, 136:a piece of information which is of small value at this time. Its implications will becomeDestiny, 144:for aspirants and disciples, that is the major value. All information and happenings which areDiscipleship1, XIII:might be mentioned here as indicative of the value of this book. In every case, the disciple is
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