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The Consciousness of the Atom The Consciousness of the Atom by Alice A. Bailey
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“Know thyself, for in thyself is to be found all that there is to be known,” is still the rule for the wise student. If each one of us would scientifically regard ourselves as centres of force, holding the matter of our bodies within our radius of control, and thus working through and in them, we should have a hypothesis whereby the entire cosmic scheme could be interpreted.”
Alice A. Bailey, The Consciousness of the Atom
“An idea is a being incorporeal, which has no subsistence by itself, but gives figure and form unto shapeless matter, and becomes the cause of manifestation.”
Alice A Bailey, The Consciousness of the Atom
“This may sound like a wild speculation, yet, judging from analogy, there may perhaps be within the planetary sphere an Entity Whose consciousness is as far removed from that of man as the consciousness of man is from that of the atom of chemistry.”
Alice A. Bailey, The Consciousness of the Atom
“Christ when He said: “the kingdom of God is within you,” thus pointing all human atoms to the centre of life or energy within themselves, and teaching them that from and through that centre they must expand and grow. Each one of us is conscious of being centred within himself;”
Alice A. Bailey, The Consciousness of the Atom
“One of the best definitions which I have come across is that which defines evolution as “the unfolding of a continually increasing power to respond.”
Alice A. Bailey, The Consciousness of the Atom