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

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Destiny, 19:Whose Members are equipped to handle it and to assimilate it correctly and also to use it for theDiscipleship1, 646:you to do no more than read and ponder on it and assimilate as much as you can. To bring you up toDiscipleship1, 667:much in them which you have not had the time to assimilate, for I gave you much, knowing that youDiscipleship2, 6:group members, but upon capacity to absorb and assimilate, to lift, to change and to transmuteDiscipleship2, 6:not yet integrated enough or unified enough to assimilate certain types of character and certainDiscipleship2, 60:and upon the power of the Ashrams to absorb and assimilate the much larger numbers, withoutDiscipleship2, 90:You have had more, much more, than you can assimilate; of the original group of students only a fewDiscipleship2, 324:formerly; it does not take as long for them to assimilate a presented truth or to respond to anEducation, 3:that this attitude must end. The child has to assimilate the facts that the race believes to beExternalisation, 503:implications are dependent upon your capacity to assimilate truth, to use your intuition, and thusExternalisation, 662:or adapting His physical vehicle so that it can assimilate this extraordinary high potency and, atFire, 737:in their case for the Ego, on its own plane, to assimilate in the residue of incarnations, andHealing, 2:for new ideas to enter and for the student to assimilate the hitherto unknown. Aspirants lose muchHealing, 267:- he is related and with which he should assimilate. It will come by the relinquishment of pride ofHealing, 269:part of the nationals of [269] every country to assimilate the Jews, to intermarry with them, andHercules, 185:universal there is nothing for us to do but to assimilate the troubles of our fellowmen and helpIntellect, 22:to memorize an enormous array of facts, and to assimilate a vast amount of widely diversifiedMagic, 514:forced into a temporary retirement wherein they assimilate the lessons learnt during the precedingMeditation, 81:slow progression lies the chance for the Ego to assimilate the fruit of these stages. [82] It takesMeditation, 158:it contains much. It may give those who wisely assimilate it the key they seek for their next stepMeditation, 191:lies in the ability of the worshipper to assimilate force, and in his capacity to hold and carryMeditation, 202:these facts may be at fault and his capacity to assimilate leaves much to be desired. [203] Psychology1, 272:longer interludes between births wherein to assimilate experience. Those souls who are unevolvedPsychology2, 141:II Servers on this ray ponder, meditate upon and assimilate the new ideas associated with the Plan,Rays, 163:group (as much of it as his individual will can assimilate, focus, use and direct) that he augmentsSoul, 107:higher vibrations, and to perceive, catch, and assimilate the infinite conscious movements going onTelepathy, 52:be useful if you attempted to master and to assimilate what I have to impart anent the three great
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