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Astrology, 291:of the form had to be made apparent and man accustomed to it before the meaning behind the formAutobiography, 55:the first Gospel meeting I took. I had been accustomed to a small Bible class of my own and toAutobiography, 56:to speak on the platform and gradually I became accustomed to expounding the Bible to a crowd ofAutobiography, 56:never had any trouble from that night on. I got accustomed to going into a packed room in India,Autobiography, 59:of one of my buns had dropped on a foot. I grew accustomed to the noise of the great guns and toAutobiography, 59:that their batteries had been firing. I grew accustomed to drunkenness and learnt not to mind aAutobiography, 59:learnt, also, how to handle him, but I never got accustomed to fried eggs, particularly whenAutobiography, 128:into the cottage I fainted dead away. But I got accustomed to it, for Nature is very adaptable, andAutobiography, 186:to the public schools in New Jersey. I was accustomed to the idea of coeducation but only among anAutobiography, 259:point. 2. Telepathy When Mrs. Bailey became more accustomed to this work, and when the disciplineAutobiography, 298:as a group. We know that He whom we are accustomed to refer to as the Tibetan is in fact one of theBethlehem, 195:authors of the canonical books in fact were so accustomed to the pre-Christian ideas of anDiscipleship1, 180:it; its vibration will be similar to the accustomed notes of your various bodies. You have,Discipleship1, 230:you will have so assimilated the procedure and accustomed yourself to the form that that aspect ofDiscipleship1, 396:of readjusting the rhythm of her life, becoming accustomed definitely to changed conditions, toDiscipleship1, 598:not from bad intent but because you had become accustomed to your position and attitude and to theDiscipleship1, 599:the radius of that light and wander not down the accustomed byways. These words may sound to thoseDiscipleship2, 22:which will be useful in the New Age. You are accustomed to the teaching of the Piscean Age uponDiscipleship2, 45:of the future; the tangible world to which he is accustomed must, he knows, be superseded by theDiscipleship2, 142:as he grasps more of its purposes and becomes accustomed to assimilating its teachings. This takesDiscipleship2, 188:peculiar advantage over the average man who is accustomed to pray, because the technique ofDiscipleship2, 200:centers and from among those who are already accustomed to meditation. I would like to pause atDiscipleship2, 259:holds and is held are enacted in relation to the accustomed aspects of form-life, and of consciousDiscipleship2, 597:and this also is an idea to which you are well accustomed. You, my brother, have ahead of you theExternalisation, 31:be mentioned later. You have become somewhat accustomed to the concept of these groups. The noveltyExternalisation, 511:appearance in order to reach the many who are accustomed to church usages. Teachers must beFire, 474:the usual physical landscape to which he is now accustomed. The center of attention of medical andFire, 895:into the human family. In this way they become accustomed to the use of a gross form without theGlamour, 108:physical duality wherein his consciousness was accustomed to function normally and of the conflictGlamour, 183:The revelation she conveyed followed the accustomed routine of all secondary revelation from theGlamour, 224:by so doing, contact it. They must, thirdly, be accustomed to the work of dispersing glamor inHealing, 428:and all the periodic affairs which he is accustomed to pursue. Healing, 433:will aspect. This statement may surprise you, accustomed as you are to regard the Law of AttractionHealing, 447:of service and of expression to which he is well accustomed and which he at once recognizes as notInitiation, 184:passed the great test of initiation who has not accustomed himself to pass lesser tests every dayMagic, 187:his own co-workers, keyed to his vibration, and accustomed to work with him, are also in physicalMagic, 301:of service and of expression to which he is well accustomed and which he at once recognizes as notPsychology2, 248:and again until the mechanism of contact is accustomed to the heightened vibration and can not onlyPsychology2, 273:to the earth some two thousand years ago. He accustomed us to the idea of divinity - an entirelyPsychology2, 467:and out of the door we have opened, and we have accustomed ourselves to the light which thePsychology2, 534:(the threefold lower man) has to become accustomed to the new fields of consciousness and theRays, 304:quite different from that to which you are accustomed, I am propounding for you a most difficultRays, 663:occult bodies, and because people are therefore accustomed so to consider them, we will preserveRays, 702:care to use that word; to permit yourself to get accustomed to suffering with detachment, knowingTelepathy, 115:that it may not need, to which it is so accustomed that they do not even register, and all that it
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