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

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Healing, 605:nature itself to bring about an unassisted cure. This is possible only when the rapport between theHealing, 605:and encourage a period of patient waiting. The cure then is more lasting, and there is no sense orHealing, 631:sufficient energy stimulation to bring about a cure where a cure in any case was inevitable. It hasHealing, 631:energy stimulation to bring about a cure where a cure in any case was inevitable. It has simplyHealing, 644:no true formula for an intelligent and expected cure, only the vague faith of the healer and of theHealing, 653:and return. The magnetic work, however, will cure if the patient's destiny indicates it, if theHealing, 702:acuteness of the difficulty and the chance of a cure. The danger of death or not. The psychologicalHealing, 709:be largely used by the healer to bring about a cure or to facilitate the process of death orHealing, 710:levels, employs all aids to bring about a cure, starting with appropriate physical care and passingIntellect, 257:to the thoughts and moods of other people. The cure for this is not to lessen the meditationIntellect, 257:and some potent mental occupation will effect a cure. It is for this reason that wise teachers ofIntellect, 260:point is always discovered and stimulated. The cure for this situation can be summed up in theMagic, 341:finely organized in the physical vehicle. The cure for this type of [342] discouragement isMagic, 342:that mental equilibrium must be achieved. The cure lies in the realization that time, eternity,Magic, 343:service to the world suffers in consequence. The cure for discouragement does not lie inMagic, 345:suggestion that students in the group should cure the fear habit by - 3. A direct method ofMeditation, 123:whilst the most enduring and the hardest to cure is that of the mental body. Insanity in the mentalMeditation, 125:shows itself in childhood and is difficult to cure. A still rarer cause of obsession is definitelyMeditation, 127:that eventually will be the first attempts at cure. In the first type of cases, those due toMeditation, 127:to physical plane weakness, the stress of the cure will be laid first on building up a strongMeditation, 127:and the emotional vehicles the first methods of cure will be definite exorcism by the aid ofMeditation, 160:in fact mental trouble is far more difficult to cure than either of the other two. This is due toMeditation, 245:its assistance, and the progress of the cure. Emotional trouble that is working out in the physicalMeditation, 247:colors will definitely affect certain diseases, cure certain nervous troubles, eradicate certainPatanjali, 73:understanding of the obstacles and their cure is of small avail as long as the intense applicationPsychology1, 124:light in the lessening of human ills and in the cure of those physical plane sicknesses which havePsychology1, 180:statistics, the fanatic with a certain and sure cure for social ills, and the man who loves to fanPsychology1, 202:Walt Whitman. It is said that in attempting the cure of disease the best method for the first rayPsychology2, 402:present conditions indicate their own cause and cure. I trust that by the time we have studied thePsychology2, 438:learning can be a dangerous thing, and the cure for many ills, particularly of a psychologicalPsychology2, 458:cases to which I am here referring permit of no cure as there is no ego to call into [459] activityPsychology2, 459:ejecting intruders. In many cases of possession cure is possible but in those to which I herePsychology2, 459:is possible but in those to which I here refer, cure is not possible. 3. Those cases which are duePsychology2, 469:and sometimes permanent difficulty. The cure, however, is simple. Let the man thus afflictedPsychology2, 470:over-activity, and mental irritability. The cure, as I said above, lies in the patient's own hands.Rays, 325:and the diseases, and can at the same time cure them and bring about the liberation of the man.Reappearance, 20:the causes of human trouble and pointed to the cure. He taught: Cease to identify yourselves withReappearance, 168:the years go by, is apt to get worse. The only cure for this creeping inertia is to ignore the bodySoul, 125:XXVI, 2; Luke XXIV,7.) and of the power to cure diseases (Christ healed hundreds, Matt., XII, 15;
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