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

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Autobiography, 299:expression always results in several definite benefits. Such is the potency of spiritual force. TheBethlehem, 272:task. The sharing with them of the benefits of the kingdom, and the strengthening of them as theyDestiny, 109:and with assurance, knowing that the benefits and the experience gained under the sixth ray systemDiscipleship2, 212:of better things, fighting for desired material benefits, longing for that which lies beyond theirDiscipleship2, 213:concentration upon worldly material success and benefits has proved no longer appealing. That whichEducation, xi:for enlightened individuals seeking the benefits of the good life. This urgent need here requiresEducation, 112:to relinquish the form because of the sensed benefits to be gained. This is true of individuals, ofExternalisation, 49:in the fact that the light of knowledge and the benefits which accrue from it have penetrated toExternalisation, 233:people of the world going to reap the benefits of a peace for which they have paid no price? It isExternalisation, 320:and who hope nevertheless to share in the benefits of victory. In the last analysis, however, theExternalisation, 579:whose task it will be to lead mankind into the benefits of the atomic age. The occultist has everFire, 1022:thinkers to acquire and to create those tangible benefits they desire. Nevertheless, this magic ofHealing, 662:erred grievously in its emphasis upon that which benefits the form. This is the good in the RussianHercules, 147:no responsibility to confer on others the benefits he himself has received. Are not intellectualIntellect, 67:prayer might be recognized: Prayer for material benefits, and for help. Prayer for virtues and forPatanjali, 198:The aspirant takes nothing; [198] emotional benefits, such as love and favor, dislike or hatred arePatanjali, 198:when they do not belong to him; intellectual benefits, the claiming of a reputation not warranted,Patanjali, 232:its practice coupled with an indication of the benefits. In Book II which we have just completed,Problems, 24:If the nations throughout the world reap the benefits of free election, if peoples in disputedProblems, 107:has brought great evolutionary development and benefits - education, medical aid, the ending of theProblems, 107:aspects of civilization are present, but the benefits conferred far outweigh these, and the Negro,Problems, 109:their trained skill, their proved commercial benefits and their scientific knowledge to all thatPsychology1, 309:also confers on him the ability to reap the benefits of this experience in the realm of thePsychology2, 575:activity and humanity is beginning to reap the benefits derived from experience in three races -Rays, 125:(at that stage) to refrain from sharing in the benefits incident to the so-called "taking of life."
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