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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ALICE
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Invocation:humanity itself can the Divine Plan work out." - Alice Bailey To Energy Enhancement Meditation Homepage Index MasterStatement:work) know me by still another name and office. Alice Bailey knows who I am and recognizes me byStatement:by the exercise of the intuition. Neither I nor Alice Bailey is the least interested in having themAtom, 6:of readers that the book is primarily intended. ALICE A. BAILEY, September, 1922 Autobiography Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Foreword Foreword The first four chapters of this AutobiographyAutobiography, X:restricted cycle for your true friend and mine, Alice A. Bailey. She was released, peacefully andAutobiography, 1: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Introduction Introduction What finally decided me to writeAutobiography, 3: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Introduction I have not, therefore, been useless where worldAutobiography, 5: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Introduction In the long range of human history and placedAutobiography, 5:along with the world's great Figures, who is Alice Ann Bailey? [6] A quite unimportant woman whoAutobiography, 9: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I Chapter I Looking back over my early childhood, IAutobiography, 12: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I Until 1908 I wanted for nothing; I never thoughtAutobiography, 15: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I My sister later took up cancer research and has madeAutobiography, 16:Foster La Trobe-Bateman and my mother was Alice Hollinshead. Both were of very old stock - myAutobiography, 17: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I Another aunt, Margaret Maxwell, has perhaps meantAutobiography, 20: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I When I was a few months old I was taken to Montreal,Autobiography, 23: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I After we left Canada, my mother got seriously ill andAutobiography, 25:"James, fetch two saucers, please, and put Miss Alice's elbows into them." This James obedientlyAutobiography, 26: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I At that hour, we had to go to the bedroom where theAutobiography, 29: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I Three people at that time gave me this feeling ofAutobiography, 29:me (as he frequently did), "I bank on you, Alice. Go your own way. It will be all right with you."Autobiography, 32: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I Then followed an interval of a couple of years ofAutobiography, 34: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I On June 30th, 1895, I had an experience which hasAutobiography, 37: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I As the years went by I found that at seven yearsAutobiography, 37:be found in the fact that I, a young girl called Alice La Trobe-Bateman, had an interview with aAutobiography, 39: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I The valley was large and oval shaped, rocky and withAutobiography, 41:house parties where I was welcome because I was Alice La Trobe-Bateman and where I wrestled withAutobiography, 42: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I Yet all the time, something within me, inchoate andAutobiography, 46: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II Chapter II Thus ended the carefree, the relativelyAutobiography, 48: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II At one time in my life I used to look out of myAutobiography, 52: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II One of the words constantly occurring in occultAutobiography, 55: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II I shall never forget the first Gospel meeting IAutobiography, 56:my topic, if I really loved my audience and not Alice La Trobe-Bateman and if I could reach theAutobiography, 58: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II To return to Belfast. It was discovered by myAutobiography, 60:men, and the following conversation took place: "Alice, you see that man over there?" pointing outAutobiography, 60:round," I said, completely puzzled. "Well, then, Alice dear, why not leave him to God?" With thatAutobiography, 61: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II My time in Ireland did not last very long but it wasAutobiography, 64: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II I wrote to my people asking if I might go - meaningAutobiography, 67: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II Three years later I had gone to Rhanikhet in theAutobiography, 70: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II People here in the United States know nothing of theAutobiography, 71:then turned on me and said: "What are you doing, Alice Bailey, in a British body? You are aAutobiography, 74: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II When I had at last discovered just who they were andAutobiography, 77: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II My life was spent, during these formative years,Autobiography, 80: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II I returned to England three times during my life inAutobiography, 82:what she had to say: "Will you ever learn, Miss Alice, that there are twelve gates into the HolyAutobiography, 83: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II The next episode took place in Quetta. I made up myAutobiography, 86: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II But beyond this one unalterable fact, the wholeAutobiography, 90: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II Arrived there I collapsed completely. I was worn outAutobiography, 93: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II I have no recollection of the journey from India toAutobiography, 96: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter II The next day I went to Edinburgh to my beloved aunt,Autobiography, 96:whom I was stopping. To me she was always "Aunt Alice" and I adored her for there was no narrownessAutobiography, 97:and so I just waited. In the meantime "Aunt Alice" got in touch with Walter Evans. His time in theAutobiography, 100: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III Chapter III It is very difficult to write about theAutobiography, 101:Evans could not touch, had he wanted to. "Aunt Alice" sent him the money to outfit himself and comeAutobiography, 102:me aside when I said good bye and said, "Now, Alice, you've married this man and you are going fromAutobiography, 103: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III Anyway, with my beautiful clothes, my lovelyAutobiography, 103:he got down and took my hand and said, "Miss Alice, I don't like him and I don't like to say thisAutobiography, 103:"He isn't what I would have chosen for you, Miss Alice, but I hope you will be happy." None of thisAutobiography, 105: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III Since then I have thought and read and talked aboutAutobiography, 109: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III When Dorothy was about six months old I went backAutobiography, 112: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III My husband's temper was getting out of all boundsAutobiography, 112:I. I had been so occupied with the problems of Alice La Trobe-Bateman, who had made what seemed toAutobiography, 112:unfortunate marriage, that I had forgotten to be Alice Evans, a human being. When Mildred was bornAutobiography, 115: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III After this things went from bad to worse. EverybodyAutobiography, 117: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III I shall never forget as long as I live theAutobiography, 120: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III As I have studied and thought and asked questions,Autobiography, 123: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III I felt I was of no use to anybody; that I must haveAutobiography, 125: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III I hunted around for something that would bring me aAutobiography, 127: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III I remember so distinctly the depths of my despairAutobiography, 130: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III Let me tell one more story which expresses evenAutobiography, 133: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV Chapter IV Walter Evans had left me when I wasAutobiography, 135: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV Another reason that has helped me to work hard wasAutobiography, 138: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV What was it that I learned that was beginning toAutobiography, 141: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV It seemed reasonable to me that, "As a man soweth soAutobiography, 145: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV I was driving down Fifth Avenue a few years ago andAutobiography, 148: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV My fellow worker had been very ill of typhoid. I hadAutobiography, 151: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV There are schools of thought which teach that fear,Autobiography, 154: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV I ran the cafeteria and learnt to be a goodAutobiography, 157: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV Towards the end of 1919 Mr. Bailey was made NationalAutobiography, 160: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV In the meantime we had been working hard in our T.S.Autobiography, 163: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV I then shook myself as if I was awakening from aAutobiography, 164:the Tibetan is my personified higher self and Alice A. Bailey is the lower self. Some of these daysAutobiography, 166: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV I've written many books since then for the TibetanAutobiography, 170: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV The original platform of the T.S. had been foundedAutobiography, 172: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter IV Let there be no mistake, the movement initiated byAutobiography, 175: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V Chapter V This chapter indicates a complete line ofAutobiography, 175:new cycle appears. Up till now I have just been Alice Bailey, socialite, mother and church worker;Autobiography, 178: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V Life in this postwar world is too important to anyAutobiography, 181: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V The next step was for us to furnish the house whichAutobiography, 184: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V The children were now reaching the age where theAutobiography, 186: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V Given the right kind of home and given the rightAutobiography, 189: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V I, in the meantime, had started a Secret DoctrineAutobiography, 193: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V The four or five men associated with my husband andAutobiography, 196: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V This idea of status and position has been the curseAutobiography, 199: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V One of the mysteries of human nature emerged mostAutobiography, 202: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V Personally, I would like to see every boy and girl atAutobiography, 205: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V We had a cat and a dog who were exceedinglyAutobiography, 208: Autobiography of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V Twice a year she would go to a store and buy me eightAutobiography, 210:read. When I got back to the office I called up Alice Ortiz and told her to come up to New York andAutobiography, 211:[211] times holding little seances in Alice's huge living-room.
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