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

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Discipleship1, 711:his highest times. That is a simple and almost childish way of putting it but it serves to expressExternalisation, 73:for what they are - not worn out systems and childish efforts at improvement but embryonic plansMagic, 14:into play with the result that much that is childish, impossible and unverifiable is rejected and aProblems, 12:of adolescent thinking, of uncontrolled childish emotions and of a demand - by anti-social nationsProblems, 13:hence, history will regard this as the acme of childish selfishness, started by grasping childrenProblems, 13:ways because the other nations were still too childish to take strong action when the firstPsychology1, 266:and teaching anent reincarnation are as yet childish and inaccurate. Much readjustment must bePsychology2, 318:belief that in these concepts is mixed much of a childish superstition, the Teachers upon the innerPsychology2, 431:and not interpreted in terms of its present-childish presentation, then man will shoulder thePsychology2, 707:human form. The art of today is as yet almost a childish attempt to express the world of feelingRays, 624:this immaturity and this misguided and almost childish ambition which set the Principle of ConflictRays, 626:a bitter price to pay because her immaturity and childish interpretation of world affairs, her lackRays, 628:immature development, corrupt politics, and childish selfishness; this is more prevalent among the
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