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Meditation, 248:healing effect, and can be safely used in cases of inflammation and of fever, but it is almostMeditation, 271:disciple" progresses (and it varies in different cases) the disciple advances ever closer to theMeditation, 272:in the Lodge. Keep this clear in your mind. Cases have been known when a man has acquired - throughMeditation, 306:the old magnetism yet lingers, and where in some cases certain [307] old talismans have been keptMeditation, 336:of this force will be possible in individual cases. Herein lies one of the secrets of initiation.Patanjali, 22:yoga but is excessively dangerous in many cases. Students will do well to remember that rightPatanjali, 279:of others is only permitted to the yogi in those cases where it is necessary for him to understandPatanjali, 381:of the lower psychic powers is in many cases a symptom of a low stage of evolution and of the closePatanjali, 390:of the condition of being a lost soul. These cases are, however, exceedingly rare, and havePatanjali, 400:Self. Hence these characteristics are in both cases concerned with the rhythm or gunas of matter.Problems, 38:background of all nations) has faded, in most cases, into a soft civilization. This is particularlyProblems, 98:generation. The Gentile also objects in many cases. The Jew is a good citizen, law-abiding, kindlyProblems, 112:and does vote in the northern states, in many cases as wisely as his white brother, and though hisProblems, 116:era. Though a platitude is, in the majority of cases, the statement of a recognizable truth, it isProblems, 161:from this to that and producing in many cases the desired response in some form or another.Psychology1, xxiv:ray brings in still another factor in many cases, but this can only be implied and not reallyPsychology1, 73:in the human family, except in such rare cases as the Buddha, or Christ, and (in another field ofPsychology1, 73:by the form nature. A consideration of these two cases will help the reader to appreciate thePsychology1, 92:visionary people (who were probably psychopathic cases) are not enough to prove the fact of thePsychology1, 107:into words and phrases. In a lesser number of cases, the man who is receiving a dictation orPsychology1, 108:between the chela and the aspirant. In these cases the receiver of the communication is oftenPsychology1, 113:the contrary) that no training is given in these cases as to the handling of the details of thePsychology1, 132:brighter light, though this does happen in a few cases in the universe. But it means that, from thePsychology1, 152:of balance and of influence. In a few rare cases this balance is disturbed, and there is a waxingPsychology1, 166:no such correspondence of time in the previous cases, as the Alchemists, Flagellants, andPsychology1, 168:belongs. In fact in the majority of cases, the ray of the [169] center of consciousness and the rayPsychology1, 209:are very much the reverse; his view, in both cases, is formed not on the intrinsic merits of eitherPsychology1, 231:personality reactions are, in the majority of cases, based upon emotion of some kind or another.Psychology1, 239:this time dominant in the five kingdoms; in four cases, two rays control; in the case of thePsychology1, 278:from its true significance and applies in nine cases out of ten (nay, in ninety-nine cases out ofPsychology1, 278:in nine cases out of ten (nay, in ninety-nine cases out of one hundred) to a type of mentalPsychology1, 285:the mental life, and in an increasing number of cases to the spiritual life. There is thereforePsychology1, 297:few, of course, are desired, but even in these cases, that desire is usually based on reasons ofPsychology1, 312:life and his head in heaven. In the majority of cases his eyes are closed, and he sees not thePsychology1, 323:adapting of oneself to the environment. In these cases, the man is definitely aware of his motives;Psychology1, 338:the integrating principle of the ego (in many cases) but does not yet recognize the over-shadowingPsychology1, 367:ray aspirants and disciples in the majority of cases; their capacity towards integration andPsychology1, 368:of these seventh ray executives, and in some cases will constitute for them the line of leastPsychology1, 388:readers of this treatise are, in the majority of cases, far too nationalistic in their viewpoint,Psychology2, 99:planets but ten planetary schemes, and in three cases, (those of the three major rays) threePsychology2, 103:the center of consciousness is elsewhere. In the cases mentioned above, and where the antahkaranaPsychology2, 129:natural, loving [129] service, except in those cases wherein the personality gets in the way. ThenPsychology2, 134:is flowing through him. This stage will in some cases fan into flame the latent seeds of ambition.Psychology2, 134:becomes the instrument of the soul. In other cases, the server [135] will come into a wider andPsychology2, 163:the same law can be seen working in all seven cases and in all seven directions, yet the resultsPsychology2, 259:is upon the physical plane, in the majority of cases. Speaking with a broad generalization, wePsychology2, 262:task, but they are, in the majority of cases, quite unconscious of their "qualifying" destiny. AsPsychology2, 265:plane that coordination is not possible. In such cases the subject seldom affects his environmentPsychology2, 298:drawn up and studied, and many such hypothetical cases could present the basis for occultPsychology2, 316:these we will not consider here. In these latter cases there is an abnormal over-sensitivity in thePsychology2, 316:to the environment is over-developed in many cases. Psychology2, 318:find Themselves in hearty agreement in many cases. But They make the following reservation. TheyPsychology2, 330:for revelation", as it has been called, in the cases of those advanced men whom we regard as thePsychology2, 337:the emphasis is upon the sensory life. In some cases there will be found a consciousness which isPsychology2, 354:of activity, and it will be found that in these cases he will have a third or a seventh rayPsychology2, 354:and filled his waiting heart with love." In such cases as this, the astral body is usually on thePsychology2, 362:Therefore we begin with alignment in these cases and do not end with it. [363] Psychology2, 370:a needed alignment, and again (as in the other cases considered previously) produces also, andPsychology2, 419:a recognized objective, and it is not, in these cases, the cause of the difficulty. The trouble isPsychology2, 420:But, speaking as one who knows, such cases frequently occur, leading to many of the problems ofPsychology2, 422:it appears in the higher aspects, but in both cases the lines of the cleavage are clear. ThePsychology2, 427:sense of achievement are identical in both cases. Psychology2, 428:produce the self-releasing of all the problem cases which are found in our clinics at this time.Psychology2, 436:the lines here laid down can be given in those cases where the intellectual type is involved; thePsychology2, 458:that the ego or soul is not present. In these cases, there is to be found a situation wherein: ThePsychology2, 458:the soul remains unaware of the form. In these cases you have idiocy, or simply a very low-gradePsychology2, 458:or simply a very low-grade human animal. Certain cases of possession or obsession will be found,Psychology2, 458:to continue in possession. I refer to those cases wherein there is a true withdrawal of thePsychology2, 458:a perfectly empty house. These are the rare cases, and present an unresented occupancy, whereas inPsychology2, 458:point of view of the true owner of the body. The cases to which I am here referring permit of noPsychology2, 459:the human being when ejecting intruders. In many cases of possession cure is possible but in thosePsychology2, 459:I here refer, cure is not possible. 3. Those cases which are due to the fact that the astral bodyPsychology2, 459:than to the patient himself. In many of these cases, there is [460] no person present within thePsychology2, 468:met or solved. In the handling of many of these cases, ordinary common sense is of value, and thePsychology2, 468:over-activity of the mind in quite a number of cases; which - sometimes with suddenness andPsychology2, 473:of its various correlations and aspects. In the cases which we are here considering, the differencePsychology2, 476:The interest evoked in these undesirable cases is such that the man Becomes completely glamored byPsychology2, 479:to the seven major centers in the body. In many cases, the glands indicate the condition of thePsychology2, 480:a subjective urge. They are, in the majority of cases, blind leaders of the blind. We might definePsychology2, 484:divinity are taught and emphasized, but, in both cases, the man himself is a negative subject, andPsychology2, 494:they revealed or indicated, in the majority of cases, the astral life of the dreamer. In AtlanteanPsychology2, 496:This type of frustration leads in many cases, especially in the average person, to an over-emphasisPsychology2, 498:can be helped and this is true of all types and cases. There is, first of all, the method withPsychology2, 499:as to the source of dreams. Again, as in those cases we considered in connection with the sourcesPsychology2, 499:1. Dreams based upon Brain Activity. In these cases, the subject is sleeping too lightly. He neverPsychology2, 503:only partial records in the majority of cases, and mixed in nature, for the glamors, illusions andPsychology2, 505:Great Illusion. They constitute, in the bulk of cases, man's effort at the interpretation of lifePsychology2, 510:significance. It should be remembered in both cases (the mentally unbalanced and the trainedPsychology2, 514:trouble and brain tensions and, of course, all cases of hypertension. It is true likewise inPsychology2, 531:the sacral energies. They are arrested in some cases in their upward passage and retainedPsychology2, 533:through the physical body - consciously in some cases, unconsciously in the majority of cases -Psychology2, 533:in some cases, unconsciously in the majority of cases - from the three worlds of human enterprisePsychology2, 535:This takes place, however, only in those cases where the man is a highly developed person and of aPsychology2, 535:developed person and of a mental type. In other cases of premature soul inflow, the energy poursPsychology2, 546:physical habits. It is brought about in many cases by the processes of transference which are goingPsychology2, 546:the transference is going on, except in those cases where esoteric methods are being employed toPsychology2, 551:outside the human frame altogether. 2. In all cases of transference, the intense activity producedPsychology2, 565:who is regarded as sending the message. In nine cases out of ten, this message is one of distressPsychology2, 566:form whereby they hear it. In these two latter cases, the true man is making use of his latentPsychology2, 567:control and understanding, and in the other cases the lower powers are automatically employed, are
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