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

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Autobiography, 114:out, a bad effect upon the child. She was very delicate after birth, being what is [115]Discipleship1, 60:grows out of right integration and refers to the delicate balance which must be preserved amongstDiscipleship1, 66:the work with a fellow-disciple) can shatter the delicate thought-form which you are attempting toDiscipleship1, 172:bring in too much of the Shamballa force for the delicate structure with which you are dealing.Discipleship1, 427:I would seek to make. You have a very frail and delicate body and the force of the Angel pouringDiscipleship1, 436:learn to work through the medium of a frail and delicate physical body and you could greatly hinderDiscipleship1, 575:with especial care; where there is a weak and delicate outer shell, the inner subtler bodies canDiscipleship2, 12:of the subject matter, but also because of the delicate sequence of ideas and the good choice ofDiscipleship2, 305:it appears as superimposed) is translucent and delicate and radiantly living in hue. The heavierDiscipleship2, 720:too much fever in your life. You ascribe it to a delicate body, my brother, but this is not so. ItEducation, 72:the light which these modes of approach to the delicate task of fitting the human being for life,Fire, 317:It is not possible [317] here to handle this delicate subject, save simply to point out that inGlamour, 8:be brought into functioning activity. It is a delicate art, this art of symbol reading, ofHealing, 646:centers in the entire body. Their work is most delicate and subtle and involves far greater risks.Meditation, 104:[104] vessels and a consequent strain upon the delicate brain tissue. This may result in permanentPatanjali, 109:brain, The brain is trained to serve only as a delicate receiver of truth impressions, The thirdPsychology1, 202:and another which is color-blind to the more delicate colors. Such a man will distinguish red andPsychology2, 75:has anchored itself on the further shore; thus a delicate and (at first) almost nebulous channel ofPsychology2, 85:and the growing needs of mankind, the subtle and delicate apparatus of the human body and theRays, 431:of three basic statements: The brain is a most delicate receiving and transmitting apparatus: It isReappearance, 142:mankind to the very gates of despair; the delicate flower of the Christ life has been stunted andSoul, 24:of function, however complex, however delicate, however noble that functioning may be in terms ofSoul, 56:intelligence. In comparison with it, the most delicate fragrance, the dancing radiance of sunbeams,Soul, 88:the soul was the subtlest form of matter, a very delicate substance, enclosed within the nervous
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