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Astrology, 23:beings study and from which they learn: The Book of Life - Initiates - the 12 constellations. TheAstrology, 23:of Life - Initiates - the 12 constellations. The Book of Wisdom - Disciples - the 12 planets. TheAstrology, 23:Book of Wisdom - Disciples - the 12 planets. The Book of Form or of Manifestation - Humanity - theAstrology, 121:"There is no more sea" says the ancient book, which means inevitably the "death of the fishes" andAstrology, 175:Capricorn." I am quoting from an ancient book on the signs. Sagittarius is sometimes depicted as anAstrology, 252:Virgin Mother appears and this a study of any book upon comparative religion would prove. I cannotAstrology, 379:way, therefore - quoting from a very ancient book of prophecy: "The golden eye of Taurus points theAstrology, 656:Dragon of Life." (S.D. Vol. III, 195) "In the Book of Enoch, the Great Bear is called Leviathan."Atom, 6:of the theme. In presenting the lectures in book form it has been deemed advisable to retain theAtom, 6:and it is for this class of readers that the book is primarily intended. ALICE A. BAILEY,Atom, 35:along these lines is to be found in a book by one of our scientific thinkers in which he suggestsAtom, 36:of definition. In looking over one scientific book last week it was discouraging to find the authorAtom, 84:of Man, the Thinker In a very old occult book - so old that the date of it cannot be ascertained -Atom, 100:of recognition. It has been defined in one book as, "That consciousness in which everything is, theAtom, 112:the road. The person who is reading a difficult book, and reads with the full force and power ofAutobiography, 5:clarity and force, that alone will justify this book. Autobiography, 6:another ordinary person to push forward, this book will be worth while; if it leads some personAutobiography, 15:her as England's greatest living poetess. A book she wrote on Biology and another on TropicalAutobiography, 26:whilst our governess read aloud some improving book and then again a walk followed, after which weAutobiography, 30:did. Miss Godby used to keep a self-examination book in which, every evening, the record of theAutobiography, 30:would Jesus have done?" I had discovered this book one day in the course of my inquisitive prowlingAutobiography, 52:When, therefore, you endeavor to translate a book as ancient as The New Testament into English, howAutobiography, 63:being very, very good. I bought every kind of book which might help me to preach better, such asAutobiography, 66:note, is one thing I can and do prove in this book. I was, as you may have gathered, a consummateAutobiography, 76:child she bear." We used Moody and Sankey's hymn book which, from its really lovely, lilting tunes,Autobiography, 120:with a few others and about four chapters in the Book of Isaiah. All the rest was largely uselessAutobiography, 126:they ever got through the mails. In an ordinary book they would have been regarded as obscene, butAutobiography, 136:and some disciplining. I learnt to iron with a book in front of me and to this day I can read andAutobiography, 136:and I can shell peas and string beans with a book in front of me. I always read when sewing andAutobiography, 137:I had just made the acquaintance of her great book "The Secret Doctrine." I was intrigued by it butAutobiography, 137:make head or tail of it. It is a difficult book for beginners for it is badly put together andAutobiography, 137:order and, as he said, the wonder was that the book is as clear as it is. Its publication, however,Autobiography, 138:I had been in the habit of doing. I liked the book and, at the same time, I disliked it cordially.Autobiography, 138:to teach and hold classes. I remember the first book which I started to expound. It was that greatAutobiography, 138:which I started to expound. It was that great book by Mrs. Besant, "A Study in Consciousness." IAutobiography, 171:major works, Man: Whence, How and Whither, was a book that proved to me the basic untrustworthinessAutobiography, 171:untrustworthiness of what he wrote. It is a book that outlines the future and the work of theAutobiography, 182:the childrens clothes, etc., whilst reading a book on spiritual or occult matters and that it didAutobiography, 191:People are apt to assume that if you write a book on such a technical subject as meditation thatAutobiography, 210:for love in the world. He had just published a book called "The Religion of Love" and was anxiousAutobiography, 214:times in my life. In many ways today H.P.B.'s book The Secret Doctrine is out of date and itsAutobiography, 214:a basic appreciation of the truth that no other book seems to supply. H.P.B. said that the nextAutobiography, 221:is a statue with three stars to it in the guide book, there are the Reubens to be seen in theAutobiography, 223:read what they liked, provided that if it was a book that I felt was pure dirt I would tell [224]Autobiography, 225:presence known. [225] Frank D. Vanderlip in his book "What Next in Europe" makes a striking commentAutobiography, 228:that Sir Subra Maniyer was dead and that my book A Treatise on Cosmic Fire had been his constantAutobiography, 236:contents of A Treatise on Cosmic Fire. In this book He gave what H.P.B. prophesied He would give,Autobiography, 236:on Cosmic Fire was given out to the public. This book concerns the fire of pure spirit or life; theAutobiography, 237:higher evolution. The true significance of this book will only be appreciated towards the close ofAutobiography, 237:of the ordinary reader. It is also a bridging book because it takes certain basic, oriental ideasAutobiography, 238:the East and the West clear that I wrote the book, The Light of the Soul. It is a commentary uponAutobiography, 240:to serve. Much of this teaching is given in a book just published, Discipleship in the New Age,Autobiography, 245:- Appendix - The Books The Books The first book published was Initiation, Human and Solar. This wasAutobiography, 246:was succeeded by A Treatise on Cosmic Fire. This book was an expansion of the teaching given in TheAutobiography, 247:Bethlehem to Calvary. She has also written one book in collaboration with me, entitled Light of theAutobiography, 247:School as reading matter only. It is the first book ever given out upon the training and control ofAutobiography, 247:of other books, both ancient or modern. This book of mine, however, is intended to train the modernAutobiography, 247:is, in its turn, illumined by the soul. The next book undertaken was A Treatise on the Seven Rays.Autobiography, 247:was A Treatise on the Seven Rays. It is a long book, not yet completed. It is taking shape in fourAutobiography, 248:my books, except, as before explained, the one book, The Light of the Soul. The fourth volume dealsAutobiography, 249:Treatise on the Seven Rays is completed, a short book on glamor is ready for the press and a bookAutobiography, 249:book on glamor is ready for the press and a book on the discipleship in the new age is in the handsAutobiography, 254:(These instructions are now available in a book entitled "Discipleship in the New Age." Volume IIAutobiography, 254:"Discipleship in the New Age." Volume II of this book will be published shortly. - Foster Bailey.)Autobiography, 259:write it down, so that no word is changed. The book is printed as received, except for a veryAutobiography, 261:connection with the Stanzas at the close of the book, and also with the charts. Certain of theAutobiography, 261:charts. Certain of the definitions found in the book were procured in this way. Reprinted from TheBethlehemBethlehem to Calvary - Foreword Foreword This book goes out with the earnest wish that its effectBethlehem, viii:given me. They have made the writing of this book possible. [ix] Bethlehem, 4:living experience which is the keynote of this book. Perhaps another reason why humanity at thisBethlehem, 7:Evelyn Underhill points out in her most valuable book, Mysticism, that "The Incarnation, which isBethlehem, 9:pp. 91-92. [9] The only excuse for this book is that it is an attempt to penetrate to that deeperBethlehem, 9:their truth to others. This is the theme of this book, dealing as it does with the facts of theBethlehem, 11:these deeper implications were touched upon in a book published many years ago, entitled The CrisesBethlehem, 12:the points which concern us and with which this book will attempt to deal. If this more intensiveBethlehem, 17:Gospel story, and constitutes the theme of this book. The interrelation of the work of the past andBethlehem, 38:definition of the word "soul." An extract from a book by Dr. Bosanquet expresses the idea in termsBethlehem, 43:possible. We are primarily considering in this book the technique of the entrance into the kingdomBethlehem, 58:from some time not earlier than A.D. 100. The Book of Revelation, written between A.D. 69 and 93,Bethlehem, 64:birth and human incarnation. Truly the picture book of the heavens holds eternal truth for thoseBethlehem, 67:and individual. Associated with the story-book of the heavens there are three constellationsBethlehem, 103:stages. (The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Book II, 27.) It is as though he were dealing in thoughtBethlehem, 108:of each writer. It is not the purpose of this book to deal with the difficult subject of evil, norBethlehem, 112:was tempted of the devil. Is it necessary in a book such as this to give an interpretation of theBethlehem, 147:this whole world." - The Bhagavad Gita, Book X, 40, 51, 42. Under the impact of the evolutionaryBethlehem, 164:O Consumer of the foe!" - The Bhagavad Gita, Book XI, 49, 52, 53, 54. The Word of Recognition hadBethlehem, 171:upholder of worlds." - The Bhagavad Gita, Book XI, 41-45. [173] Bethlehem, 178:Edward Carpenter goes on to say, in the same book: "The number of pagan deities (mostly virgin-bornBethlehem, 179:and against these ideas it is no part of this book to enter. The only question which is ofBethlehem, 182:of an eagle." (Ezekiel, I, 10.) And again in the Book of Revelations, we find the same astrologicalBethlehem, 210:love and hate? It is not the intention of this book to belittle the world event which took placeBethlehem, 243:into the clear cold light." (The Tibetan Book of the Dead, by W. Y. Evans-Wentz, p. 29.) It isBethlehem, 250:latter theory is beautifully summarized in a book dealing with the secret doctrines of the TibetanBethlehem, 278:as the above phrase: "As Christ fulfiled it." A book earlier quoted states that this idea of aDestiny, 59:the spiritual side, as I told you in an earlier book, the whole field of religion will beDestiny, 144:most interesting piece of information in this book. If this is your attitude, then it onlyDiscipleship1in the New Age I - Foreword FOREWORD This book is in many ways unique. Nothing like it has beforeDiscipleship1, X:nothing. A second reason for publishing this book is the need to change the point of view of theDiscipleship1, XI:separateness. It has been felt that this Book of Instructions may do much to offset this evilDiscipleship1, XI:wider into the Kingdom of God. Much in this book is new. Much is very old, tried and proved. None
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