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

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Autobiography, 294:is part of their voluntary contribution to the work. Autobiography, 295:the existence of the Masters and Their work, and the nature of consciousness with its variousAutobiography, 296:are the seven governing factors in the work of the Arcane School. Students are asked to study themAutobiography, 296:to study them and accept them as long as they work with us. They come to us voluntarily and canAutobiography, 296:as perfect as we would like to be. But we can work for (and see) many great improvements, both inAutobiography, 296:become an attained fact. It is for this that we work. [297] 1947 Autobiography, 297:also realize that as a result of the 30 years' work of the Tibetan, in collaboration with Alice A.Autobiography, 297:to the highest that we know about Hierarchical work. We therefore seek to deal with causes ratherAutobiography, 298:powerful and amazingly effective and fruitful work that she did, brought, however, an inevitableAutobiography, 298:involves. This position is the key to all the work that she did. There are many factors involved,Autobiography, 299:available on the physical plane, to do this work but he, of course, had other activities andAutobiography, 299:Such is the potency of spiritual force. The work which the Tibetan has done in the last thirtyAutobiography, 300:approved if it actually does aid in the ashramic work and if the circumstances make it seemAutobiography, 300:School, as a result of the past thirty years' work, that the fruitage already achieved, which isAutobiography, 301:is this factor that has given to our organized work in the world its pioneering aspect and has madeAutobiography, 301:justify criticism of any other esoteric group or work. They nevertheless existed and were proving aAutobiography, 301:of a relationship of cooperation with the work of the Hierarchy as compared to the position of theAutobiography, 301:whole operation, has been the rule that the life work [302] of every senior disciple must not onlyAutobiography, 302:of any lessening interest in, or support of, the work which she inaugurated in this life and whichAutobiography, 303:many things. It meant that the effective work of many members of the New Group of World Servers wasAutobiography, 303:greatly delayed. The possibility of effective work in the field of Goodwill was for a cycle almostAutobiography, 303:of the right relation of money to Hierarchical work ceased altogether. The building of the NetworkAutobiography, 303:war, were useless, it was hard to see how the work could be picked up again and reorganized andAutobiography, 303:had been so well and truly laid for all our work, would be not only intact but entirely adequateAutobiography, 303:thereon which is necessary for the future work. This, at the time, I found hard to believe, for IAutobiography, 303:bringing potency to it and aiding in making its work successful. This is our achieved [304]Bethlehemin Christ and a broader recognition of the work which He came to initiate. Many years of work as anBethlehemwork which He came to initiate. Many years of work as an evangelist and as a teacher in the fieldBethlehemguarantees the recognition of Christ and His work and its participation, consciously, in theBethlehem, 14:certain cosmic principles, and by Their work and sacrifice certain divine potencies poured throughBethlehem, 14:potencies poured through and upon mankind. The work done by the Buddha, and the message which HeBethlehem, 14:to the world through Christ, and He, through His work, transmuted emotion into Love. As "God isBethlehem, 15:recur; the evolutionary process would do its work. Let mankind therefore drift as a whole with theBethlehem, 15:individual. But Christ came and emphasized the work of the individual, saying, "Let your light soBethlehem, 16:life. Upon this racial teaching follows the work of the Christ with humanity, resulting in anBethlehem, 17:is already happening. The final result of the work of the Christ can be seen portrayed for us inBethlehem, 17:the theme of this book. The interrelation of the work of the past and of the present, as given toBethlehem, 20:not be superseded. It will be transcended, its work of preparation being triumphantly accomplished,Bethlehem, 30:and happenings. Then we shall begin to work and live as those who are initiate in the mysteries,Bethlehem, 37:therefore lost its historical foundation. The work which historical theology believed it must carryBethlehem, 42:of the five initiations is made possible. The work proceeds, and the Christ-life unfolds andBethlehem, 43:details are given us in the Gospel story, the work is carried on which makes the later achievementsBethlehem, 47:Luke, II, 49.) He knew that He was ordained to work and to serve, but the specifications of thatBethlehem, 47:and to serve, but the specifications of that work were only later made clear to His mind. He simplyBethlehem, 47:and conscious rejection of evil. Recognition of work to be done must be succeeded [48] by theBethlehem, 48:by the purification of the one who must thus work, and a demonstration must be given of thatBethlehem, 58:after age. "He who thus perceives My birth and work as divine, as in truth it is... he goes to Me,Bethlehem, 60:symbolic perhaps of Christ's mission to live and work down amongst men. The Masonic phrase to "meetBethlehem, 66:way. Consecrated from past aeons to this very work of world salvage, He has first of all to submitBethlehem, 66:apart (as do all awakened sons of God) for the work of redemption. He came to feed the hungry, andBethlehem, 76:25,000 years. Having completed the preparatory work, by His twelfth year Christ again underwent anBethlehem, 76:intuition led Him to a new realization of His work. There is no sign that He knew in detail whatBethlehem, 76:explanations to His Mother. He started to do the work that was the nearest duty, and to teach thoseBethlehem, 76:Having thus indicated His grasp of the future work, we read that "He went down with them (HisBethlehem, 77:failed in this immediate duty, the rest of His work would have been abortive? If He had notBethlehem, 78:have those contacts in the world and the kind of work which are required in order to enable us toBethlehem, 79:we should follow His steps, and carry on the work which He initiated. As we have traveled withBethlehem, 80:forgotten. We have allowed Him to do all the work. We have tried to copy Him, and He does not wantBethlehem, 80:us and for which He Himself tells us to work. One wonders sometimes how right it has been for menBethlehem, 89:temptations in the wilderness. Ready for His work, He possessed what Dr. Sheldon calls "the threeBethlehem, 90:but this in no way detracts from the status and work of Those Who preceded Him. He came at aBethlehem, 98:of human development is summed up, and the joint work of John the Baptist and of Jesus produced aBethlehem, 108:and because the wheel of life had done its work with Him, He could face this experience and meetBethlehem, 112:'figures,' 'figures' remember, not 'forces' at work everywhere. Everything is alive and possesses aBethlehem, 119:miasma of forces is gradually dissipated. This work constitutes the major task of all aspirants toBethlehem, 131:Next, He chose with care those who were to work with Him, and whom He had to train to carry forwardBethlehem, 132:Christ now enters into the period of active work which must precede the next initiation, that ofBethlehem, 137:the stream initiation. Each of them has done its work, each revealing more and more divinity in theBethlehem, 142:they swing the masses to their will because they work with the collective, though undeveloped,Bethlehem, 147:is self-initiated, then the speed with which the work is carried forward is greatly accentuated.Bethlehem, 150:from place to place and [150] helped Him in His work, and now, as a reward for faithfulness andBethlehem, 151:time on the mountain-top, after six days of work, so the story runs, and could not bear the sightBethlehem, 159:stream and climb the mountain, furthering God's work for humanity; and Christ's example is rapidlyBethlehem, 161:death on the Cross as being the apex of His life work. It was the result of His life work, but notBethlehem, 161:of His life work. It was the result of His life work, but not that for which He came into theBethlehem, 162:he transits out of the human kingdom (when the work of normal evolution has done its part) andBethlehem, 167:few. His power to heal still continued, but His work shifted into a field of new values, and HeBethlehem, 176:and Christ emphasized this in His life and work. We have not yet achieved this greatness, but theBethlehem, 208:expected to understand and participate in the work and service visioned. In none of these respectsBethlehem, 209:to the kingdom which He died to establish. The work had been completed, and in that strange littleBethlehem, 216:act at which the whole world stands aghast. This work of forgiveness is the agelong work of theBethlehem, 216:aghast. This work of forgiveness is the agelong work of the soul in matter or form. The OrientalBethlehem, 224:The kingdom is in existence. Through the work of Christ and His living Presence in all of us thereBethlehem, 228:and love the end, and in love we serve and work. The long journey ends thus, in the glory of theBethlehem, 234:Yet they could not think of it as other than His work, since God, as all their national traditionBethlehem, 237:to the Resurrection. The uniqueness of Christ's work lay in the fact that He was the first to enactBethlehem, 238:down the ages, forming the focal point of the work of the sublime Third Degree. In close relationBethlehem, 242:relation to it. Upon this, the success of the work and message of Christ must rise or fall. TheseBethlehem, 249:and willingly, we must learn to enter and work in the world of values, and so fit ourselves forBethlehem, 254:seen, ushering in the consummation of Christ's work, and bringing to realization His vision. [255] Bethlehem, 259:to that of the final resurrection into life. His work was unique in its time and place, for itBethlehem, 260:facts. Christ therefore achieved through His work the following things: He externalized theBethlehem, 261:mission were uniquely important. He taught us to work towards unity and to bring to an endBethlehem, 263:the new processes of life and the planned work of a vital evolving spirit. A reaction to theBethlehem, 264:practically our individual relation to the work which Christ expressed and inaugurated, and to dealBethlehem, 268:the outer man, and who struggles to control and work through the outer personality. It is that soulBethlehem, 270:of the race, and for men and women who will work at the task of perfecting the self in order thatBethlehem, 270:personal man; on the path of discipleship we work at the unfoldment of those qualities which areBethlehem, 273:the spiritual nature of an activity. To work for the whole; to be occupied with the aiding of theBethlehem, 273:of One Life pulsing through all forms, and to work in the consciousness that all men are brothers -
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