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

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Atom, 125:halls in this city, and gather together an audience composed of the unskilled laborers andAutobiography, 56:interested in my topic, if I really loved my audience and not Alice La Trobe-Bateman and if I couldAutobiography, 57:who speak largely extemporaneously and as their audience draws out of them the needed thoughts, IAutobiography, 57:you have a flair for words, is to like your audience, and then to put them at their ease by beingAutobiography, 57:never attempted to lecture. I just talk to an audience as I would to one human being. I take themAutobiography, 58:are evasive or pompous have much to learn. An audience loves a lecturer who can look at them andAutobiography, 84:I talked and I emphasized the dire need of my audience. I was carried away with my subject; IAutobiography, 84:at the end of half an hour I discovered I had no audience. One by one they had sneaked out of theAutobiography, 100:and have absolutely no difficulty in making an audience - large or small - roar with laughter. IAutobiography, 134:all over the world of thought. He told the audience that each of them had a causal body and thatAutobiography, 182:you should be. I shall never forget telling an audience of around 800 people, one day in New York,Autobiography, 182:the close of the lecture a woman got up in the audience and publicly berated me for giving myselfAutobiography, 206:admissions were asked I could easily get out an audience of 1000. In time, however, we decided thatAutobiography, 206:platform. I like people and trust them and an audience is simply a nice person. I suppose lecturingAutobiography, 241:so many years work to find ourselves facing an audience in Rotterdam, or Milan, in Geneva orBethlehem, 113:[113] by those who tell them and by their audience as unquestioned truth. The psychology of theDiscipleship2, 337:become aware of the vast attentive spiritual audience which has awaited their will. 5. InitiationExternalisation, 379:a theory or an axe to grind, all find an easy audience. Mass psychology and mob determinations haveFire, 979:kind can accomplish that, he can always hold his audience and his audience will always learn fromFire, 979:that, he can always hold his audience and his audience will always learn from him; they willGlamour, 259:reaction to the theme of his song and his audience. This will bring into being a new mode and typeHealing, 631:faith of the evangelist, plus the faith of the audience (where there is one) bring about aIntellect, 230:have to give a lecture upon these words to an audience. Picture yourself as formulating the notesPsychology2, 557:loving, planning, acting, conscious of his audience and his [558] surroundings, and demonstratingPsychology2, 568:to be found in the aura of the person in the audience or circle. These thought forms have beenPsychology2, 569:of the circle of people who constitute the audience. This, the medium interprets to them and itPsychology2, 570:found in the seance room or with the average audience. The medium is truly and accurately relatingPsychology2, 586:of sitters in the seance room or from a large audience. In other cases, he is all the time livingTelepathy, 174:also holds a group together, which also keeps an audience listening, and which makes an individual
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