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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - WHITE
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Fire, 1023:within the planetary etheric web. The worker in white magic, being an occultist, deals inFire, 1024:draweth near. The waters have not hurt the white creator and naught could drown nor drench him.Fire, 1093:seven mother colors is absorbed finally in the white ray, Divine Unity symbolized by these colors. Fire, 1126:as embodying the qualities of the two kinds, white and black. The mental unit or the mind aspect ofFire, 1126:and service to them than it ever is to the white Adept. Therefore, it will be apparent that for aFire, 1126:different to that of the student of the white magic. It is called "the path of manasic evil," andFire, 1128:the indication of the eventual triumph of the "white" magic. Fire, 1129:the third eye which is to the occultist and true white magician what the fourth energy center (theFire, 1179:becomes the plant with seven leaves and three white flowers." VENUS - The School with five strictFire, 1277:From the sacred halls of the City of the White Island there issueth a messenger who speaketh to HimGlamour, xi:group of servers is given in A Treatise on White Magic and in A Treatise on the Seven Rays, Vol.Glamour, 44:heavy treatises as are those on Cosmic Fire and White Magic. They will constitute a series ofGlamour, 66:remember that I hinted to you in A Treatise on White Magic that the astral body itself was anGlamour, 144:and the heart. [144] Then see a shaft of pure white light, broad and brilliant, pouring out of theGlamour, 148:with yours. As you pour out the stream of pure white light (as Stage III instructs you), see to itHealing, 33:in the Emotional-Desire Nature In A Treatise on White Magic, I gave the world for the first timeHealing, 33:you here if I tell you that A Treatise on White Magic is also true as far as it goes, but it isHealing, 51:Black Magic. Heart diseases. Tumors. White Magic. [52] Please remember in studying this tabulationHealing, 59:not. Curiously enough, the cause of this great white scourge is to be found in the fact of theHealing, 100:as it is carried on and sanctioned by the Great White Lodge. The work is, in reality, that of theHealing, 123:the influence of a disciple of the Great White Lodge is fundamentally good and spirituallyHealing, 223:and mothers will be of every imaginable nation; white fathers will have had physical relation withHealing, 228:Paralleling all the activity of the Great White Lodge [229] (as was always the case and is the caseHealing, 231:magical work was the misdirected travesty of the White Magic so openly used in those days, prior toHealing, 232:of goodwill, under the direction of the Great White Lodge. Heights of luxury were reached inHealing, 232:and was imposed - as a penalty - by the Great White Lodge; the Masters promulgated a new law forHealing, 232:insatiable desire. This action of the Great White Lodge forced two issues and confronted the raceHealing, 234:with the probability that this time the Great White Lodge will triumph. That was not the case inHealing, 266:have you not? that "two blacks do not make a white." The behavior of the nations towards the Jews,Healing, 294:and demonstrate the clear cold light, the white electric light of perfect wholeness." All that youHealing, 331:I have dealt with in the pages of A Treatise on White Magic, pages 18-50, and you would find it ofHealing, 396:dying and so expand what I said in A Treatise on White Magic. [397] Healing, 428:dealt with the subject of death in A Treatise on White Magic, focusing therein primarily upon theHealing, 437:of all good. - Vol. V. A Treatise on White Magic: Death, if we could but realize it, is one of ourHealing, 440:nature and that there is no death. A Treatise on White Magic: You say there are as yet only beliefsHealing, 442:of Restitution Fear of Death A Treatise on White Magic: The fear of death is based upon: A terrorHealing, 444:around ourselves. - Vol. V. A Treatise on White Magic: But people are apt to forget that everyHealing, 446:of becoming. - Vol. II, page 173. A Treatise on White Magic: I speak about Death as one who knowsHealing, 453:of Restitution The Art of Dying A Treatise on White Magic: The soul, seated in the heart, is theHealing, 457:V - The Process of Restitution A Treatise on White Magic: In relation to the technique of dying, itHealing, 669:therefore, until one is a member of the Great White Lodge, it is the part of wisdom to avoidHealing, 669:humanity. The Black Lodge is the problem of the White Lodge, and not the problem of humanity; forHealing, 705:physical plane than are the Members of the Great White Lodge, their work is frequently mostHercules, 35:horse [35] stands for intellectual activity. The white horse symbolizes the illumined mind of theHercules, 35:that Christ comes forth riding upon a white horse. Black horses represent the lower mind, with itsHercules, 131:are innumerable gradations between black and white, he is seldom inclined to be an extremist. HeHercules, 152:form. Black magic is unadulterated selfishness. White magic is use of the soul for purposes ofHercules, 159:kingdom. Sagittarius is the archer on the white horse, sometimes pictured as the centaur with theHercules, 159:half human and half animal, the archer on the white horse, half human and half divine - you haveHercules, 159:and half divine - you have the whole story. A white horse is always the symbol of divinity. ChristHercules, 159:of divinity. Christ came forth riding on a white horse. There you have Sagittarius in the Book ofInitiation, 33:Gobi desert, called in the ancient books the "White Island." It exists in etheric matter, and whenInitiation, 87:to recognize the other members of the Great White Lodge, and his psychic faculties are stimulatedInitiation, 134:aware of nothing but a fiery blaze of pure, blue-white flame, which burns, but destroys not, whichInitiation, 181:ray of the Ego, and link a man up with the great White Lodge; the last two are taken upon the rayMagic A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks INTRODUCTORY REMARKS In the study of the ideasMagic, 4: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Our theme is to be that of the Magic of the Soul,Magic, 6: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Three types of people will respond to this book.Magic, 8: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks II. The second postulate grows out of the firstMagic, 10: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Before we take up our subject it might be ofMagic, 12: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks 3. Psychic. There are two types of the aboveMagic, 14: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks 5. Knowledge might be divided into threeMagic, 16: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks In some of our considerations, speculation mustMagic, 18: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Man's Three Aspects One of the main means wherebyMagic, 20: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The three aspects of divinity, the centralMagic, 23:blameless," said a great initiate of the White Lodge; and the greatest of them all yet present withMagic, 23: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks a. Spirit, Life, Energy The word spirit isMagic, 25: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks To the Master of the Wisdom, the nature of theMagic, 28: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The first reaction of the average student onMagic, 29: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Man knows himself to be a living being and callsMagic, 31: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks Therefore let us remember that the definition ofMagic, 33: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks b. The Soul, the Mediator or Middle PrincipleMagic, 34: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The soul, macrocosmic and microcosmic, universalMagic, 39: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The soul therefore may be regarded as the unifiedMagic, 41: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks c. The Body, the Phenomenal Appearance Not muchMagic, 44: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The vital body is the expression of the soulMagic, 46: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks The different types of force can all beMagic, 47: A Treatise on White Magic - Introductory Remarks In narrowing the concept down to the microcosm,Magic, 51: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - Some Basic Assumptions RULE ONE The Solar Angel collectsMagic, 54: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - Some Basic Assumptions In our consideration of these rules,Magic, 56:as a worker in the plan of evolution, as a white magician, and as one of that band of consecratedMagic, 56: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - Some Basic Assumptions In studying Rule I we couldMagic, 56:process and a statement as to the nature of the white magician. [57] I would like in this firstMagic, 57:of Rule I gives the following statements. The white magician is one who is in touch with his soul.Magic, 57:in his physical brain. It is stated also that white magic Works from above downwards. Is the resultMagic, 57:is conscious and steady, the man becomes a white magician. Therefore workers in white magic areMagic, 57:becomes a white magician. Therefore workers in white magic are invariably, and through the veryMagic, 58: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - Some Basic Assumptions The above is a brief analysis of theMagic, 60: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple The Way of the Disciple The whiteMagic, 60:Way of the Disciple The Way of the Disciple The white magician is ever one who, through consciousMagic, 61:Therefore, it will be apparent why workers in white magic are ever advanced and spiritual men, forMagic, 62: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple This brings me to the considerationMagic, 64: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple Much more could be said on thisMagic, 67: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple It is of course of vital interestMagic, 71: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study RULE TWO When the shadowMagic, 74: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study The life of meditationMagic, 76: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study Our consideration of thisMagic, 79: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study The climax of the disturbedMagic, 82: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Hindrances to Occult Study Every change, in human life,Magic, 84: A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Two - The Overcoming of the Hindrances The Overcoming of the
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