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

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Bethlehem, 49:Deity, unknown and unloved, but regarded with awe and fear, and worshipped as the Deity expressingBethlehem, 49:the near, and the One Who had been worshipped in awe and wonder could now be known and loved. TodayBethlehem, 143:creation, destruction and recreation. The awe and mystery which surround that great unveiling haveBethlehem, 146:goal. Yet let us remember with humility and awe that the stupendous words spoken by Krishna, in TheBethlehem, 150:and they stood before The Presence. The sense of awe, of wonder and of humility is ever anBethlehem, 157:were able to do no more than express their awe and their bewilderment, their recognition andEducation, x:can reverence nature because nature is worthy of awe and reverence. A humanism that is exclusivelyEducation, 40:and to wonder. The mysterious, the sense of awe, the following blindly of some recognizedExternalisation, 268:Worship, the power to adore and the sense of awe (which is one of the highest aspects of fear) areIntellect, 153:of "divination," that capacity to recognize with awe and wonder the essential holy and beautifulPsychology1, 92:an immortal future have grown out of the ancient awe and ignorant terror of infant humanity. TheyPsychology2, 576:effort and not in order to awaken fear or awe, for that is of the old order and must disappear. ISoulthe most part, one either of undiscriminating awe or of equally undiscriminating distrust. It is aSoulto a finality of wisdom. She does not come with awe-inspiring garb and gesture, bidding the
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