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

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Bethlehem, 185:every flower, The thunder and the singing of the birds Are but His voice - and carven by His powerDiscipleship1, 231:In love we walk the Way. Fourth month - Three birds upon a tree. A searing wind and pouring rain,Discipleship1, 291:the way of selfless service and all is well. "As birds fly together to summer realms, so soulsDiscipleship1, 506:and fill it with flowers, with the song of birds and with what you have visioned to yourself as theDiscipleship1, 513:and life, and calling forth the song of the birds and the hum of the bees and evoking it to aDiscipleship1, 528:and ferns, depths and shallows. Butterflies and birds fly over it, and stepping-stones cross it atDiscipleship1, 529:and moss, leaving behind the cool shade, and the birds and shy, small creatures - who sometimesFire, 202:sense which in the animal, the pigeon and other birds, leads them back unerringly to the familiarFire, 895:reader, nor will the true connection between the birds and the devas be accurately realized by theFire, 895:swan out of time and space," and the place that birds play in the mysteries. Herein lies for himFire, 896:human family. As H. P. B. has pointed out, 80 birds and serpents are closely connected with wisdom,Fire, 1220:Who Choose to Die. A Rosy Cross with Golden Birds. Outpouring 4th Ray. At-one-ing factor. 2. Law ofHercules, 38:and in that sign kills the Man-Eating Birds, does he really attain complete control of the thoughtHercules, 137:of the animal kingdom, in the coloring of birds and beasts which helps to protect their lives. ManHercules, 155:- Labor IX LABOR IX Killing the Stymphalian Birds (Sagittarius, November 22nd - December 21st) TheHercules, 155:and find the marsh of Stymphalus where dwell the birds that havoc wreak. Discover, then, the way toHercules, 155:Before him lay the fetid marsh. A multitude of birds cawed raucously, a chorus menacing andHercules, 155:as he approached. At nearer view he saw the birds. Large and fierce and hideous they were. Each hadHercules, 155:their beaks in sharpness and in strength. Three birds, perceiving Hercules, swooped down upon him.Hercules, 155:they plunged into yielding ground. At length the birds withdrew. Before the marsh stood Hercules,Hercules, 155:assigned, how rid the place of these predacious birds. [156] By many means he sought to find a way.Hercules, 156:twilight when the marsh was dense with countless birds, Hercules returned. The cymbals then heHercules, 156:by such a monstrous noise, the predatory birds rose in the air with wildly flapping brazen wings,Hercules, 156:dismay. Utterly confused, the vast cloud of birds fled in frantic haste, never to return. SilenceHercules, 156:Silence spread across the marsh. The horrid birds had disappeared. The soft gleam of a westeringHercules, 156:Hercules returned, the Teacher greeted him: "The birds of slaughter have been driven off. The laborHercules, 158:In Sagittarius he slaughtered the man-eating birds. He was back again to the same problem on theHercules, 162:That is the great test. [162] There are two birds to be seen in the heavens close to Sagittarius.Hercules, 167:marshes of Acadia were filled with man-eating birds, pictured in ancient books as ferocious storks,Hercules, 167:in ancient books as ferocious storks, the birds of Stymphalus. They were three in number; threeHercules, 167:They were three in number; three major birds, but there were many small ones. They were wasting theHercules, 167:determines to rid the land of these man-eating birds. We are told he was very clever in the way heHercules, 167:some cymbals which he clashed so loudly that the birds arose out of the marsh into the air andHercules, 167:an emotional nature, and he finds that the birds of Stymphalus, especially three of them, are of aHercules, 168:that a less evolved person does. We must get the birds out of the marshes and into the clear airHercules, 168:air where we can see them and conquer them. The birds that did the most harm were three in number.Hercules, 228:them to his use. Now he slays the Man-Eating Birds of Stymphalus and puts an end to all tendenciesInitiation, 155:vocal expression of the animals, and the song of birds. Each is a manifestation of consciousness inMagic, 298:and a result of mental activity. The fact that birds and animals know fear puts the whole subjectTelepathy, 13:telepathy which is shown by a flight of birds, acting as a unit, or that animal telepathy which
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