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Autobiography, 259:Tibetan, when he chooses to use his own, and not allow Mrs. Bailey to express his thoughts (whichBethlehem, 25:through the portal as his equipment and destiny allow. The Teachers of the race, and the Christ,Destiny, 28:enough to see them truly as they were and allow, consequently, for the appearance of theDiscipleship2, 503:consciousness as a working disciple and should allow no gap to emerge between his present point ofExternalisation, 81:can do, I would suggest the following. Refuse to allow yourselves to be swept by any fear psychosisExternalisation, 114:and economic life of the race which will allow of freer and better spiritual expression. Such aExternalisation, 208:majority to accept almost any terms which will allow them to live quietly again, free from theGlamour, 38:which enable you to say later: "Why did I allow myself to be glamored? Why was I so deluded?" Glamour, 249:to isolate his five ray energies, but he has to allow for the energy of his sun sign as itHealing, 278:they attribute to wrong methods and fail to allow for karmic limitations. The success of modernHercules, 133:an encumbrance; therefore, it is often better to allow a person to fashion his spiritualMagic, 458:and the energies which must be manipulated; they allow for the strains and stresses to which theMagic, 486:method of protection then? Largely a refusing to allow the matter of the astral plane to adhere toMeditation, 337:physical is to attend to the above rules, and allow time to bring about the remainder of the work. Problems, 26:infringes upon their rights, nevertheless they allow themselves to be guided frequently by thePsychology2, 334:there is sufficient pronounced development to allow of a true diagnosis, it is not possible to sayPsychology2, 403:to take into consideration the whole man, or to allow scope for the activity of an integratingPsychology2, 410:am carnal, sold under sin. For that which I do I allow not: for what I would, that do I not; butRays, 605:will permit and its definitive angle will allow. The whole of human history has been conditioned by
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