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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ALMOST

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Healing, 255:physical well-being of humanity which makes it almost impossible for me to do more specificHealing, 315:right that cancer is a planetary disease), then almost anyone is liable to it. Fear is the greatHealing, 340:at all. To express the idea in symbol: It is almost as if the race, after habituating itself toHealing, 348:germs, but this connotes a definite stage of almost tangible proof. When unduly potent, theyHealing, 361:Some aspirants and disciples may experience an almost constant recollection of the Christ; that isHealing, 443:has been lost very largely in the West, and is almost lost except in a few centers of Knowers inHealing, 469:This is a moment of great radiance; it is almost as if a point of pulsating light burst into flame,Healing, 530:facilitated by the increasing sensitivity and almost clairvoyant perception of developing humanity.Healing, 531:of thought is unquestioned; their motives are almost uniformly sincere and good. In both groupsHealing, 546:be a gradual process, and in the early stages almost imperceptible. Again, why is this? BecauseHealing, 582:of placing, vitalizing and directing becomes an almost instantaneous and automatic accomplishment. Healing, 586:the fact of life will be recognized in a new and almost formidable manner. It should be rememberedHealing, 610:and matter, though the point of balance has almost been achieved; the involutionary forces areHealing, 656:are needed not." Speaking symbolically, it is almost as if a great vortex of power were set up byHealing, 672:cannot call it consciousness, and awareness is almost as inaccurate a word) is only possible afterHealing, 682:of consciousness which have hitherto constituted almost insoluble problems. Healing, 689:this is a point oft forgotten by students, who almost invariably place the soul body and the mentalHealing, 713:discovery in the handling of disease will, in almost the immediate future (from the occult angle)Hercules, 12:become so closely blended and merged that it is almost impossible to say where one begins andHercules, 60:at prayer and meditation, precede, almost inevitably, this real and steady effort. The visionaryHercules, 69:a star of the most intense crimson color, almost like a drop of blood. Red is ever the symbol ofHercules, 72:we shall know Nereus more intimately; and then, almost inevitably, our knowledge of the work thatHercules, 163:period of silence, a wonderful butterfly. It is almost as though in the chrysalis there were threeHercules, 187:inaugurates the school of world saviors. It is almost a "John the Baptist" sign, a sign ofHercules, 187:what Christ calls "treasures in heaven". In almost any field of thought we find these twoHercules, 196:upon him. Geryon hurled a spear at Hercules that almost hit its mark. Stepping agilely aside,Hercules, 207:One of the great revelations which has come almost unnoticed to humanity during the past centuryInitiation, 54:eyes. He and his Brother. the Master K. H., work almost as a unit, and have done so for manyInitiation, 76:through the activity of the disciple (carried on almost unconsciously at first) in gatheringInitiation, 76:leads to a condition wherein a disciple is almost useless. Happiness is based on confidence in theIntellect, 21:bodies, and the trend of the teaching is almost entirely materialistic and scientific. In the past,Intellect, 26:When they do appear, they are necessarily almost complete, and their advent into our consciousnessIntellect, 69:or division anywhere..." "A third mark of almost all mystical metaphysics is the [70] denial of theIntellect, 171:initiative. Its effect is astonishing in that it almost always brings about a solution of psychicIntellect, 184:the human soul. Speaking generally, this Way is almost universally divided into three mainIntellect, 231:'I am God' might therefore, be said to be almost too direct and efficacious until such time as theIntellect, 247:record the psychic contacts of the writers is almost beyond belief. They certainly lack a sense ofMagic, 29:is regarded as fruitless and speculative and almost insoluble. Nevertheless, through pure reason,Magic, 63:to know nothing. He walks in the sunlight and is almost overpowered by the brilliance and heat ofMagic, 113:control with interest only when the man has almost entirely eliminated matter of the seventh,Magic, 139:indicates that a man can be used. One might almost express it by saying that They look for theMagic, 142:and the utterance of sound in speech, becomes almost a momentous happening. Sound or speech and theMagic, 197:for it is wide open, actively functioning and almost fully awakened. The work of transmutation isMagic, 219:and though at present the ideal is viewed almost entirely in terms of the physical plane, yet theMagic, 222:chaos to such an extent that it is at first almost impossible for the onlooking soul to dissociateMagic, 235:how extremely abstruse it is and how full of almost blind occult information. This should howeverMagic, 247:consciousness centered in the top of the head, almost entirely in the etheric body. The advancedMagic, 302:has been lost very largely in the West and is almost lost except in a few centers of Knowers in theMagic, 320:energies with which all adepts work." It is almost impossible to translate these ancient formulasMagic, 393:so unusual a phrase where words are necessarily almost worthless!) lies in realms of awarenessMagic, 416:a rounded out individual, with a capacity to do almost anything to which he sets his hand, but withMagic, 438:The only horoscope, which is basically and almost infallibly correct is that of the entirely lowMagic, 440:destinies, and their own tiny affairs are offset almost entirely and sometimes completely negated.Magic, 451:is regarded as fruitless and speculative, almost insoluble. Nevertheless, to the pure reason andMagic, 466:and disappeared, and were governed [466] almost entirely by their group coherence and vibration. SoMagic, 504:for instance, that many people wake with an almost painful start just as they have dropped asleep.Magic, 586:think they should be elsewhere. Men run away, almost unrealizing it, from difficulty, fromMagic, 612:that effect have been pronounced. This rule is almost incapable of explanation and it is notMagic, 612:of all forms of life, but the great mystery (and almost the final mystery to be explained to theMagic, 635:the work of the world aspirants today see an almost pitiful distress of individual deficiency, aMeditation, 38:are more limited than those who are not. It is almost as if the Higher Self were directedMeditation, 98:the physical body, for the average man functions almost entirely at the instigation of theMeditation, 104:as insanity and disruption of the brain tissue. Almost all who undertake meditation are consciousMeditation, 142:great Heavenly Men. This expands later into an almost [143] inconceivably vast point of view - thatMeditation, 149:Form The expression, "the mystic form," is almost a paradoxical remark, for the mystic - if left toMeditation, 154:negligible, and the karma of accidental trouble almost completely obviated in the personal life.Meditation, 205:major streams of color issued forth, breaking almost simultaneously into another four, so giving usMeditation, 234:present and of time in the three worlds, may be almost inappreciably small, but through theMeditation, 248:in cases of inflammation and of fever, but it is almost impossible as yet to provide the rightMeditation, 277:is under probation and supervision... he is left almost entirely to Himself and is only consciousMeditation, 289:real, and their building and forming becomes almost an automatic part of his meditation form. ThenMeditation, 299:has been the cause of a very real (I might almost say an unexpected) problem arising to confrontPatanjali, 42:to here is of such a high [42] order as to be almost inconceivable to any but advanced disciples,Patanjali, 136:and of ignorance plus misapplied desire. It is almost the culmination of the other three. It wasPatanjali, 218:the energizer of the dense physical body. It is almost as if the dense physical body had noPatanjali, 317:into the mind consciousness and disappearing almost instantaneously. But they come with increasingProblems, 5:place to the speed and the rapid movement (the almost unbelievably rapid movement) andProblems, 16:carry weight and because humanity is tired, almost any action will be taken to ensure a rapidProblems, 100:and on right action in the world of men, is almost entirely lacking in The Old Testament andProblems, 104:proffering only material solutions and constant, almost abusive, demands for the Gentile toProblems, 107:and culture, but are taking others with an almost frightening rapidity. The undesirable aspects ofProblems, 168:have brought humanity to its present state of almost cataclysmic disaster. These conditions werePsychology1, 82:however, to defective mental control and to an almost universal ignorance as to the laws ofPsychology1, 86:for more than fifteen hundred years. It is almost as if He whirled in and out of active work underPsychology1, 193:distorted by [193] substance in the early stages almost past all recognition. These threePsychology1, 327:should like to make here, in order to correct an almost universal wrong mental attitude. RightPsychology1, 365:the organizing power of the seventh ray. It is almost as if (to speak symbolically) the executivesPsychology2, 22:During this stage of development, the man is almost entirely physical in his reactions andPsychology2, 75:further shore; thus a delicate and (at first) almost nebulous channel of communication isPsychology2, 82:is an attempt to define that which it is almost impossible to make intelligible in words. From thePsychology2, 204:and by a shallow "wish-life" or desire nature, almost entirely oriented towards the physical [205]Psychology2, 205:emotional activity, with the feeling nature almost over-developed, and oscillating between the lifePsychology2, 219:of futility or of endless striving or of an almost permanent struggle. Given the fact of thePsychology2, 270:recapitulatory endeavor. All this today lies almost entirely in the realm of consciousness. ThePsychology2, 336:that state of consciousness which is colored almost entirely by desire for material satisfaction.Psychology2, 344:of God. On this path he senses his duality in an almost distressing manner, and begins to aspirePsychology2, 364:who can merge at will with the whole. It is an almost undefinable consciousness of group fusionPsychology2, 382:is called into play, when they reach this stage, almost automatically. The result is that thePsychology2, 408:studied. Today, modern education is occupied almost exclusively with this stage and when educatorsPsychology2, 440:is like a deep pool from which a man can draw almost anything from his past experience, if he so
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