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

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Healing, 400:religious groups and organizations have no confidence in any presentation of truth which they haveHealing, 473:to believe them unquestioningly because you have confidence in my knowledge, or to reject them asHealing, 540:possibility of cure, and can then, with greater confidence, proceed with the work to be done. InHealing, 553:upon the patient, thereby instilling confidence and a willingness to be obedient. You have here theHealing, 558:- if I may use so drastic an expression - the confidence of the public in the so-called New AgeHealing, 605:to hold the situation steady, give the patient confidence in the powers inherent within him, andHealing, 632:is proven and real. It should be used, and confidence can be expressed in it. The perfect healingHealing, 694:of the patient to suggestion and his confidence in the healer. None of these healings can be tracedHealing, 703:off the disease or can be aided to face with confidence the processes of death, and with calm andHealing, 704:enough to give the patient the necessary confidence and added strength to bring about his ownHercules, 9:and greed. These have to give place to spiritual confidence, cooperation, group awareness andHercules, 27:the pillars of the Gate with over-weening confidence and surety of power. And thus the LaborHercules, 55:will show; God speed thee in thy search." With confidence, because success nor failure held for himHercules, 210:and greed. These have to give place to spiritual confidence, cooperation, group awareness andInitiation, 67:the Ego. When this is so they can go ahead with confidence in the work of instruction, knowing thatInitiation, 76:is almost useless. Happiness is based on confidence in the God within, a just appreciation of time,Initiation, 77:out of present anxieties and worries may grow confidence and peace, and out of violent action andInitiation, 105:the strife have been ended too soon. Their confidence in the ability of men duly to adjustMagic, 65:processes of students in physical bodies. But confidence and trust will set up the right vibrationMagic, 115:wisest methods are [115] silence and a joyful confidence that the Law works, an avoidance of allMagic, 129:These are days, therefore, wherein quietness and confidence must be your strength, and wherein theMeditation, 346:of secure dependence on God's law. A joyous confidence characterizes his habitual attitude. HeProblems, 6:which will inspire hope for the future and confidence in the ultimate destiny of man. The past isProblems, 20:problem before the British people is to gain the confidence of the world and lead other nations toProblems, 23:of the individual and because she has complete confidence in the beneficence of the ideals whichProblems, 76:a small minority but they served to weaken the confidence and power of the majority. The fight ofProblems, 121:of right human relations and a new spirit of confidence, trust and understanding will be found inProblems, 131:enlightened culture. Blind faith and complete confidence in the priest and in the Vatican areProblems, 133:Christ is the outstanding Executive but have no confidence in the temporal power claimed andProblems, 179:might be summarized as follows: To restore world confidence by letting it be known how muchPsychology1, 154:with assurance, and then go forward in certain confidence of an assured goal. Psychology1, 206:extravagance. Virtues to be acquired: Serenity, confidence, self-control, purity, unselfishness,Psychology2, 117:happenings, they learn to cherish a spirit of confidence, of joy and of love, deep and lasting, forPsychology2, 649:also have reason to go forward with increased confidence, and the Christ will see the fruits "ofPsychology2, 682:and kindness will be taught, and thus mutual confidence and a spirit of optimism will be promoted.Psychology2, 745:World Servers. Then these can work with greater confidence, knowing for themselves, past allRays, 485:your side, you can only experiment, obey, have confidence in the experience of those who teach, andRays, 554:emphasis upon forms and money. The Masters had confidence that the human spirit would be able toReappearance, 57:working day and night in order to establish such confidence, correct attitudes and an understandingReappearance, 177:a new approach but - and this we can say with confidence and insistence - the little people of the
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