Below are a list of all the “Laws” I can find in the writings of Alice A. Bailey. Most often I think these are capitalized but there are many instances where they are not. If you notice any that I have missed please leave a comment on this page and I will update it.
Those Laws below which have a link contain all the references I can find to that Law. However this page is a “work in progress” so check back from time to time to find new entries.
I would encourage people knowledgable with the writings of Alice A. Bailey to leave comments on the individual pages for each Law as to their understanding of its meaning and its implications.
Anne Foerst writes in “God in the Machine: What Robots Teach Us About Humanity and God“:
“What does it mean to be human? How can humanness be defined? Can we ever come up with criteria that distinguish us from animals – or, for that matter, from robots? And what exactly is our place and our purpI Aose on this planet, in our sun system, in the universe? Are humans special, or are they just another random species on an insignificant planet?”
As computer scientists make great advances in the field of Artificial Intelligence the day looms when such questions may become crucial. No one knows when our technology will reach the point of either reproducing real intelligence, or mimicking it so accurately that even experts may have difficulty discerning the difference.
As early as 1950 Alan Turing proposed the possibility of creating a test to distinguish between human and machine intelligence. Today this is known as a Turing Test and various forms have been devised for commercial use on the Internet to try to weed out “bots,” or computer programs that attempt to imitate humans in leaving comments with thinly disguised spam to sell everything from smut to stocks.
One has to wonder if there might be a possibility of a kind of Turing Test for God.
“The greatest hell is to have nothing new to create. Hell is creating that which has been, over and over until boredom becomes so great that life force flatlines.
— J.J. Dewey, Facebook 3/26/2017
“As the seeker unveils truth after truth he enters a lonely realm, leaving many friends behind who cannot see through his eyes. Then at that moment where he seems alone in the universe a door is open and he is engulfed by a multitude of new friends of celestial presence, invisible to carnal eyes. He never feels alone again.”
— J.J. Dewey, Facebook 3/25/2017
( Joseph J. Dewey’s notice of the 2017 Gathering of Lights in Boise, Idaho )
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Politics is often not considered a spiritual subject. Despite that prejudice, there are things that the spiritual seeker can learn from politics. It is definitely an area of great polarization and illusion.
Right and Left, Conservative and Liberal, are labels for individual tendencies that if understood in full apply to many aspects of our lives. The label “Conservative” from the word “conserve” reflects a desire to protect something. In politics this could mean to protect a system or way of life that one views as the good or desirable. The conservative mindset is suspicious of change.
The Liberal mindset in many respects is the polar opposite. This mindset sees imperfection in most institutions, customs, laws and quickly loses patience with slow change. The past is not an ideal. Rather the past is the old, the tired, and the evil that must be corrected (immediately if not sooner)! It is not an accident that former President Obama used the word “change” in many of his campaign slogans, e.g., “Vote for Change,” “Change We Can Believe In,” “Organize for Change,” and “A leader who can deliver change.”
A person who considers him or herself a protector of the environment could be accurately called an environmental conservative. A person can very easily be liberal in one sphere of life, and conservative in another. Almost everyone has something they want to protect, and almost everyone would like some change.
The truth is that many people polarized in a conservative viewpoint see need for some change, just not too quick or too radical. Those polarized in a liberal viewpoint also have those things they want to protect or conserve, but they are far more willing to take chances on untested solutions.
Originally posted on theNewAgeSite.com
Chances Are You Are Headed for the Straight and Narrow Path If:
You contemplate the will of God and try to manifest it.
You look beyond obnoxious personality traits to see the Christ within others.
You are motivated by love of others above love of the material self.
Joseph J. Dewey, Facebook, March 12, 2017
You are willing to deceive at the drop of a hat to get what you want.
You will enter a state of denying wrongdoing when your controversial acts are brought to light.
You accuse the innocent of wrongdoing.
-Joseph J. Dewey, Keys of Knowledge, Facebook