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

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Magic, 4:has been the whispered word that "Those who know wish..." "The Master says..." "The Great OnesMagic, 77:end may rapidly be consummated is my earnest wish. Occult study is of profound importance, andMagic, 118:to be of paramount value, the fulfiling of the wish of the personal life, and (at this period) isMagic, 290:to heal and of the nature of the forces they wish to employ. All they can do is to discipline theirMagic, 393:as follows: The ability to say I am, I wish, I desire, I will. The consciousness of being in theMagic, 481:called death. It is with the latter that I wish primarily to deal, but certain things must be saidMeditation, 60:Meditation Some Practical Hints June 21, 1920 I wish to make clear this afternoon that it is notMeditation, 102:occult meditation literally "plays with fire." I wish you to emphasize this statement for itMeditation, 110:but may serve but to intensify the trouble. I wish specifically to point out for the guidance ofMeditation, 153:my intention to give or outline such forms, I wish to group them for you so that later when theMeditation, 174:correct, as far as it went, and you may if you wish incorporate it here. "Force in evolution andMeditation, 343:closing this series, something of general use. I wish to speak to you anent service and its perfectPatanjali, 20:perceived is a thought form of one of Them; the wish being father to the thought they are thePatanjali, 275:control can regain this knowledge if they so wish. The power to see thought-images only comesPatanjali, 288:and loving activity. It is free from any wish for reward or recognition. This has been beautifullyProblems, 21:for world collaboration and is evidencing a wish for this to be accomplished on her own terms - theProblems, 92:have lost faith in the old ways, and few really wish to see the old manner of life restored; allPsychology1, 92:as being largely a matter of temperament, of the wish and desire of the ages wherein man struggledPsychology1, 372:Two - III. The Rays and Man Three final points I wish to touch upon. As you may have noted fromPsychology1, 396:treasures of a thousand cycles. Naught did they wish to leave behind. They had labored for thePsychology2, 38:with force that way, and always with the keenest wish. I try all ways. What shall I do to find ThePsychology2, 78:darkness. The Path of Return, motivated by the wish to appropriate nothing for the separated self.Psychology2, 146:and having no idea of personal ambition or any wish to be a leader. Where the desire to be a leaderPsychology2, 154:speak of this dominant activity as the "wish-life" of humanity, and account for all alliedPsychology2, 155:for identification with reality which is the "wish" of the occultist. All this is desire in somePsychology2, 157:compliances, happiness and bliss. The "heaven wish" becomes powerful. A vague realization that twoPsychology2, 204:for satisfaction of some kind, and by a shallow "wish-life" or desire nature, almost entirelyPsychology2, 317:outer expression or formulations of a hidden "wish life." This wish life is, we are told, basedPsychology2, 317:or formulations of a hidden "wish life." This wish life is, we are told, based upon an inner andPsychology2, 317:illusion. With the formulation of these various "wish-fulfilments" [318] in the life of thePsychology2, 318:come into manifestation as the result of the "wish" or the desire of the soul. It is thePsychology2, 318:the "wish" or the desire of the soul. It is the "wish-life" of the soul and not the frustrations ofPsychology2, 318:of psychologists) of knowledge anent this wish life and its increasing prevalence is definitelyPsychology2, 319:of form by the soul is the result of an initial wish or desire. It is the result of a fundamentalPsychology2, 320:impulse. The evolutionary urge. [320] The wish to incarnate. The attraction of the pairs ofPsychology2, 325:initial creation of the forms, based upon the wish or desire to manifest, and proceed with ourPsychology2, 336:conditions, leading thus to an intensified "wish-life", a development of the imaginative faculty.Psychology2, 388:conjunction with the faculty to visualize, to wish, to dream into being) is definitely andPsychology2, 406:and which can be called desire-impulses or the wish-life of the individual; through the mind comesPsychology2, 411:condition we can give the general name of the "wish life" with its objective, personal happiness,Psychology2, 421:dwelling in the realm of longing, of hope and of wish, whilst his brain and his physical naturePsychology2, 474:astral plane; the ancient forms embodying the "wish life" and the imaginary conceptions of the racePsychology2, 488:brings to the surface all his subconscious "wish life." This, as he is mystically inclined andPsychology2, 495:nature - which are a complete picture of the wish life of the race. These range all the way fromPsychology2, 495:patients by psychologists (thus revealing a wish life and an astral consciousness of a very lowPsychology2, 497:which are undesirable in his unrecognized "wish-life" but also those which were present in previousPsychology2, 501:and sounds will often be dependent upon the wish-life and the predilections of the subject, uponPsychology2, 501:satisfaction) embody the expression of the wish-life of the race and exist, therefore, upon thePsychology2, 505:all possible themes. They do not embody the wish-life of the race, but are concerned with men'sPsychology2, 507:In the so-called "summerland" wherein the entire wish-life of the race is centered and all racialPsychology2, 568:I might list as follows: A revelation of the "wish life" of the person or the group to whom thePsychology2, 568:to whom the medium is addressing himself. This wish life takes form in proportion to the power ofPsychology2, 568:in proportion to the power of the unexpressed wish or the mental ability of the person or personsPsychology2, 570:to the power of thought) which concern the wish life of the sitter, which are concerned with hisPsychology2, 570:into contact with the spiritual or religious wish life of the race and according to the basic trendPsychology2, 599:ground from the formulation of the high-grade "wish-life" of the mystics to the true prevision asPsychology2, 602:expression of a deep seated spiritual "wish-life" and an emotional surging outward towardsPsychology2, 604:of agonizing aspirations and an intense "wish-life" of dream and desire may eventually succeed inPsychology2, 735:to decide. However, there may be those who will wish to say each morning in their morningRays, 207:and reflect abstractly may grow, is my hope and wish for you. [208] Rays, 253:who have deeply appreciated it but who wish I would be more explicit) see little in it. I haveRays, 254:regarded as the skeleton outline of the work I wish to see done. It will involve an intensificationRays, 305:statement: Destruction or the power and the wish to destroy which is characteristic of theRays, 317:applied to the fact (the selfishly motivated wish) of immortality; it is applied also to theRays, 367:respond in reverent obedience to the slightest wish of the Lord of the World, are among theRays, 432:I have not hitherto emphasized this, nor do I wish to do so, for it is not desirable for theRays, 486:By this is not meant a mental decision, wish or determination. The idea is more literally theRays, 514:and the Mysteries of Initiation The point I wish to make is that no particular word is going to beRays, 673:you who read these words is the prayer and the wish of your friend and counselor. Rays, 692:and much thought. It is my earnest hope and wish that you may realize that the teaching here givenRays, 703:of the spiritual Hierarchy. My prayer and wish is that your goal may be clear to your vision andRays, 719:also be related to these three words. I do not wish you to infer that mankind is, in fact,Soul, 17:we need is not the will to believe, but the wish to find out, which is the exact opposite." -Telepathy, 14:to convey the transfer of thought, of idea, of wish, of imprint, and therefore of some form ofTelepathy, 48:and interplay, and remains as yet a hope and a wish. When, however, the Science of Impression hasTelepathy, 180:limited in time and space by the intention, the wish, the form and the quality of the indwelling
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