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

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Bethlehem, 56:as to the environment and lives of the past world teachers and saviors, for there is a curiousBethlehem, 56:confidence in men and in their reaction to world conditions so that He gave His Son to demonstrateBethlehem, 56:the possibility to man and thus save the world. In this He gave expression to His belief, and HisBethlehem, 60:of sacrifice, thus qualifying for the task of world Savior. They brought light and revelation toBethlehem, 64:opposite the sign Virgo, and is the sign of all world Saviors. We have already seen that the age ofBethlehem, 64:having attained maturity, comes forth as the world Savior. One other astronomical fact is ofBethlehem, 65:XIX, 1.) we have the prophecy [65] of that world event which took place when Christ was born inBethlehem, 65:then, to His Own flesh and blood because the world of men drew Him and the love of the FatherBethlehem, 66:Consecrated from past aeons to this very work of world salvage, He has first of all to submitBethlehem, 66:Life" (St. John, VI, 33, 35, 41, 58) to a hungry world. He was set apart, or set Himself apart (asBethlehem, 68:engrossing the attention of the aspirants in the world. We are on the Path of return to theBethlehem, 68:truer, perhaps, than we care to think it is. The world problem today is bread, and our anxieties,Bethlehem, 68:of how to feed the peoples. Today the whole world is occupied with the Bethlehem idea, with bread.Bethlehem, 71:to [71] a group of beings. It is therefore a world message, a message which still awaits response.Bethlehem, 72:chamber. From there they will pass into a new world where higher ideals and deeper contacts andBethlehem, 72:They are symbols of those disciples in the world today who are ready to prepare themselves for theBethlehem, 74:optimism in the minds of those who ponder upon world suffering and agony. May it not indicate theBethlehem, 75:again and again in the various scriptures of the world. The following comments are of interest inBethlehem, 77:that He would never have functioned as the world Savior? He came to reveal to us our humanity as itBethlehem, 78:can be expressed. We have those contacts in the world and the kind of work which are required inBethlehem, 79:initiate in the mysteries. Born into the world of love at Bethlehem, the keynote of our lives fromBethlehem, 80:have us prove to Him, to ourselves, and to the world, that the divinity which is in Him is in usBethlehem, 81:process as is the birth of a child into the world of physical life. Eternally, down the ages, menBethlehem, 82:Two recognitions must emerge into the thought-world of the aspirant of today. First, the presenceBethlehem, 82:thee, that they all may be one in us: that the world may believe that thou hast sent me... I inBethlehem, 88:reality his mechanism of contact with the outer world, the equipment whereby his consciousnessBethlehem, 88:body enables us to touch the tangible, visible world. The emotional, feeling nature enables us toBethlehem, 90:He came at a crucial time, and in a period of world crisis, and embodied in Himself a cosmicBethlehem, 90:of the two basic principles to be found in the world - those of good and of evil - thus emphasizingBethlehem, 90:divine wisdom and, with clear insight into the world of causes, saw mortal existence as it was andBethlehem, 91:of many rulers and thinkers throughout the world is engrossed with the well-being of nations andBethlehem, 92:the demonstration of a perfection such as the world had never previously seen. The soul, which isBethlehem, 93:progressively, and that the brilliant galaxy of World Teachers gave an ever-widening interpretationBethlehem, 93:us to the point where we became aware of a new world of light and of being. Through the process ofBethlehem, 93:of men; we pass through the new birth into a world which is governed by a higher series of laws,Bethlehem, 94:set of wishes, desires, ideals, and methods of world activity. Bethlehem, 94:out of the kingdom of men (controlled by the world, the flesh and the devil) into another kingdomBethlehem, 96:faced His mission, and demonstrated to the world His purity and His power. The third initiation,Bethlehem, 96:One Who enfolded in His consciousness the entire world of men. He unified Himself with humanity,Bethlehem, 97:passing through the waters that cleanse. In the world today a great cleansing is going on. AnBethlehem, 97:been deemed desirable, is going on in the world, and none of us can escape it. This is due to theBethlehem, 97:which are proving ineffectual in the modern world. Purification is being forced upon us, and as aBethlehem, 98:now so universal that we hardly realize what the world must have been like prior to this use.Bethlehem, 99:pleasure and pain, the storms which arise in the world of feeling, and the peace and calm which canBethlehem, 99:a most apposite symbol of this interior subtle world of the lower nature in which most of us live,Bethlehem, 104:to say, with Christ: "I am the Light of the World," (St. John, VIII, 12.) and to obey His commandBethlehem, 106:raven at the time of the founding of the ancient world, as we can begin to know it. The NewBethlehem, 106:there in the waters of Jordan, Christ faced the world as Man. Standing upon the top of the Mount ofBethlehem, 106:of the Mount of Transfiguration, He faced the World as God. But in this initiation, He stood on aBethlehem, 109:is at stake, in the wilderness story. The whole world of material things, of desire and ofBethlehem, 110:be vulnerable. "As He is, so are we in this world," (I St. John, IV, 17.) vulnerable in all points.Bethlehem, 110:was it possible for Christ to pass on to His world service and the Mount of Transfiguration. One ofBethlehem, 110:the earthly aeon by encountering steadfastly the world-power as it collects itself for a lastBethlehem, 111:enable a Savior to emerge for the helping of the world. [112] Christ was tempted of the devil. IsBethlehem, 112:devil? Is it not apparent that there are in the world today two dominant concepts, both of themBethlehem, 112:Everything is alive and possesses a soul. The world is full of spirits, of souls. The myths speakBethlehem, 113:gives us a presentation of a human being "in the world, and yet not of the world," (St. John, XVII,Bethlehem, 113:a human being "in the world, and yet not of the world," (St. John, XVII, 16.) tempted of the devilBethlehem, 114:but it decreases exclusiveness. The great world-men are not born simply of their earthly parents.Bethlehem, 117:acceptance of every word in any scripture in the world. When the processes of translation areBethlehem, 118:face, and which constitute in their entirety the world in which we live. There are the world ofBethlehem, 118:the world in which we live. There are the world of Maya, the world of glamor and the world ofBethlehem, 118:which we live. There are the world of Maya, the world of glamor and the world of illusion. There isBethlehem, 118:the world of Maya, the world of glamor and the world of illusion. There is also that mysteriousBethlehem, 118:in the desert-experience. Maya refers to the world of physical forces in which we dwell, and withBethlehem, 118:and upon the human being. "Glamor" refers to the world of emotional being and of desire, in whichBethlehem, 119:to the material plane, thus producing the world of glamor in which we all habitually struggle. ItBethlehem, 119:and through them the vast sum total of the world maya, glamor and illusion was poured in on Him.Bethlehem, 119:illusion - we have synonyms for the flesh, the world and the devil, which constitute the threefoldBethlehem, 120:the temptations of the aspirants of the world today. Upon this theory many teachers and groupsBethlehem, 120:which come to the advanced souls in the world are most subtle. The use of divine powers for theBethlehem, 121:centers of radiant energy for the service of the world. Probably what may happen will be betterBethlehem, 122:not hold Him; from that He stood free. Today the World Aspirant, humanity, stands confronted withBethlehem, 122:Christ's problem was the problem of food. The world is faced with a material issue. That there isBethlehem, 125:something that is experienced as part of the world glamor, but does not and cannot endure. PerhapsBethlehem, 126:temporarily find ourselves. But the doubt in the world today will be solved only when men bring toBethlehem, 126:If the sense of God has persisted in the world for untold ages, and if the testimony of the mysticsBethlehem, 126:and sheweth him all the kingdoms of the world and the glory of them; and saith unto him, All theseBethlehem, 128:- such is the implication - be good for the world of human affairs if it all belonged to Christ. ByBethlehem, 128:power of the devil, the material force in the world, as being supreme, that control over theBethlehem, 128:supreme, that control over the kingdoms of the world could be given to Christ. He was offered it asBethlehem, 128:which represented, or symbolized, the triple world of external living. If Christ would briefly fallBethlehem, 128:worship that great power, the kingdoms of the world and the glory of them would be His; and we knowBethlehem, 129:He saw the picture whole. He saw the vision of a world wherein there could be no duality but onlyBethlehem, 129:unity, and from His efforts to bring that future world into being He could not be swerved. WhereBethlehem, 129:the kingdom of God, not the kingdoms of the world. They are parts of a future whole, and will beBethlehem, 130:radiating, ever giving out to the surrounding world, whether deserving or not, whose life isBethlehem, 131:service which is ever the signal to the world that a man has become more inclusive and has passedBethlehem, 131:through another initiation. Even though the world may not at the time recognize that signal, it isBethlehem, 131:that signal, it is never again just the same world as it was before the initiation is taken and theBethlehem, 131:emergence of an initiate into the field of the world makes that field different. Christ went aboutBethlehem, 138:of man's reach and the constant pull of the world of transcendental values have produced an acuteBethlehem, 138:values have produced an acute problem for the world. The primitive and the transcendental; theBethlehem, 141:presented to him by the [141] thinkers of the world. There must come a time in the progress of eachBethlehem, 141:of activity but an impressive influence in the world. It is the coming in, with power, of the mindBethlehem, 147:concerning the transfiguration of the whole world: "Nor is there any end of My divine form, OBethlehem, 147:part of My being I stand establishing this whole world." - The Bhagavad Gita, Book X, 40, 51, 42.Bethlehem, 148:in connection with each other also. Once the world of the senses has been transcended, and theBethlehem, 148:have become active, revealing the inner world of beauty and truth, there will come to the mystic aBethlehem, 148:come to the mystic a realization of a subjective world whose characteristics are light, radiance,
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