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

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Rays, 381:the earth with men and were not withdrawn and apparently invisible, as is now the case. Their taskRays, 420:of unity and the singular. In these two words, apparently contradictory though esotericallyRays, 692:not yet revealed) to our relatively little and apparently unimportant planet, the Earth. The wordReappearance, 24:of a commentator or of an interpreter today are apparently of no value in comparison with those ofReappearance, 37:commentators since Christ lived and left us - or apparently left us. Yet - today Christ is nearerReappearance, 41:many different names. Then the Christ came and apparently left us, with His work unfinished and HisReappearance, 43:the majority of the world faiths. Ever since He apparently departed to the sphere where theReappearance, 59:and the intuition, the practical and the apparently impractical, the factual way of life and way ofReappearance, 59:Who will return will not be like the Christ Who (apparently) departed. He will not be a "man ofReappearance, 105:what has been demonstrated as surviving is apparently not in itself intrinsically immortal. TheReappearance, 177:demanded, but the selfless work of thousands of apparently unimportant people is required. I wouldReappearance, 178:on abstract, spiritual levels and they have not apparently grasped the fact that the physicalSoul, 42:He was five years old and very mature, and apparently had reached the age of adolescence. He wasSoul, 43:gland is the seat of the soul and in the fact apparently established that the pineal gland is aSoul, 51:related to sex life. Finally, they determine, apparently, the type and temperament of theSoul, 63:of matter are originated of such a character as apparently to bring them under the control of anSoul, 111:and at the same time to the arteries; they apparently underlie the corporeal nervous system. In ManSoul, 126:to His disciples after death with the same body, apparently, that they knew. (John XX, 20-27).Soul, 129:and glands of the physical body. Three theories apparently emerge as the result of ourTelepathy, 24:of modern opinion as we now have it. What is the apparently accurate information, so rapidlyTelepathy, 26:prevalent, producing in the initial stages the apparently wide cleavages with which we are soTelepathy, 54:to some and how insuperably difficult to others, apparently!) a question of the acceptance, firstTelepathy, 66:many paradoxes in what I am here giving you, and apparently some contradictions where orthodoxTelepathy, 140:and the realization that even the atom in apparently inanimate objects is a living vibrant entity
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