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

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Astrology, 630:plane that which will express divinity; that it defines not only appearance but the revelation ofAtom, 20:which I have come across is that which defines evolution as "the unfolding of a continuallyDiscipleship1, 736:those passages in the New Testament in which he defines love. Give up emphasizing the will-to-loveDiscipleship2, 536:emotion. I mean the love of the soul as it defines itself astrally and uses the astral body as aExternalisation, 99:usually understood, or wisdom as man generally defines it. This is free of emotion and of theFire, 44:in manifestation (S D., I, 377) 10 H. P. B., defines the Akasha in the following terms: (S. D., II,Hercules, 110:essential to life. It is interesting that Berman defines intellectuality as the "capacity of theHercules, 122:into forces by the receiving entity". This defines clearly what should be our attitude at full moonHercules, 136:from the ease of luxurious comfort. The author defines it as "an expression of totally acceptedHercules, 218:appearance. Webster's Dictionary, for instance, defines the Zodiac as "the imaginary path of theIntellect, 13:from other animals, and that something Cicero defines as a 'sense of order and decorum and measureIntellect, 26:methods do not tend to its development. He defines it as "the apprehension by the mind of realityIntellect, 33:of spiritual things. Everett Dean Martin defines education for us as a "spiritual revaluation ofIntellect, 80:our divine nature. Tagore, in one place, defines meditation as "the entering into some great truthIntellect, 105:to the matter under observation. Patanjali defines it thus: "The binding of the perceivingIntellect, 108:Meditation II. The Stage of Meditation Patanjali defines concentration as the holding of theIntellect, 132:upon any chosen subject. Evelyn Underhill defines this faculty as follows: "The act of perfectIntellect, 153:which they call "energy". Dr. W. Winslow Hall defines the third way, as follows: "The way of theIntellect, 162:in Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, defines the intuitive perception in these terms:Intellect, 163:page 132. In a particularly clear passage, he defines (perhaps unintentionally, for his theme isMagic, 38:body with its instincts and tendencies. H.P.B. defines man accurately as "an animal plus a God".Psychology1, 79:the best known of the rays. The mantram which defines its purpose is unlike the others and might bePsychology1, 223:Transmutation. The Treatise on Cosmic Fire defines this as follows: "Transmutation is the passagePsychology1, 423:Secret: Transmutation. A Treatise on Cosmic Fire defines this as follows: "Transmutation is thePsychology2, 200:which is not based upon what present humanity defines as peace. The peace which lies ahead of theRays, 193:The Law, when rightly kept and interpreted, defines man's attitude upon the mental plane and servesSoul, 23:and assume a conscious entity. Dr., Leary defines these groups as follows: "The introspectionist isSoul, 73:uniformity in definition and exegesis. Webster defines the soul in most interesting terms, and fromSoul, 79:definition of the soul is interesting, for he defines it as a simple, active being, revealed to usSoul, 99:Shakti is power or energy. Arthur Avalon defines it as follows: "What then is Shakti and how does
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