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Astrology, 325:"conscious inbreathing and outbreathing" would describe more accurately this cosmic process. It is,Astrology, 371:(will) are only three words which endeavor to describe the progress and bias of man theAutobiography, 16:of heraldry or the correct terms in which to describe it. It consists of a rod with a wing at eachAutobiography, 222:Cento valley. It is quite hopeless to attempt to describe the beauty of the Italian lakes. To myAutobiography, 240:paragraphs I have attempted very briefly to describe some of the activities which the TibetanAutobiography, 260:be taken away, but the viewer may study and describe, and the artist might copy, although the colorBethlehem, 148:All the mystical writings are attempts to describe this world to which the mystics seem to haveBethlehem, 157:the very word used by St. Paul to describe the transmutation of the mortal body into theDestiny, 110:and influence" deliberately because they describe the general effect of the two functioningDiscipleship1, 92:potent and active in a way which I may not describe to you, or he drops back temporarily into theDiscipleship1, 752:of response which is in use. Two words only describe an aura from the point of view of occultDiscipleship1, 764:of an inevitable evolutionary process. They describe the divine inspiration to which all humanDiscipleship2, 250:the physical plane, the best that I can do is to describe them to you, and in this Instruction IDiscipleship2, 250:to you, and in this Instruction I will seek to describe Formula One. The comprehension of the wordsDiscipleship2, 305:constant movement that it is most difficult to describe or to make it live before you. There liesDiscipleship2, 623:then to your second question where you seek to describe thought as "sublimated emotion." Here youExternalisation, 474:[474] those with narrow vision and (if I may describe them) with constricted, though loving,Fire, 168:the Physical and Astral Planes I would like to describe these centers in greater detail, dealingFire, 196:impetus. These three major senses (if I might so describe them) are very definitely allied, eachFire, 534:"Halls of Wisdom" in their esoteric significance describe a stage of consciousness not a location.Fire, 711:the idea that our ancient philosophers used to describe the body as a town with nine gates. TheGlamour, 196:is the paradoxical term used by Patanjali to describe the inner life of the initiate. Most of whatGlamour, 244:responsible for the fact that in attempting to describe "Pure Being" or God, and in the effort toHealing, 83:is initiated. There are many words used to describe these forces and their actuating effects: suchHealing, 235:physical means which I am not at liberty to describe have both been tried in the effort to salvageHealing, 302:still wider gaps." It has been most difficult to describe the nature of the imperfection of theHealing, 472:to clarify this subject more completely, is to describe the sequence of events which happens at aInitiation, 138:through the limiting agency of words, to describe the method and the rites whereby spiritualInitiation, 209:What marks those portions which you thus describe as separated from another part? Do not all formMagic, 22:is encountered. It is no difficult matter to describe a man's personal appearance, his clothing,Magic, 22:even by the man himself. How then shall we describe him through the medium of language? If this isMagic, 221:together some of the terms which are used to describe this sphere of divine Being wherewith a manMagic, 426:the words friendliness and cooperativeness best describe them. They are not interested in dogmas orMeditation, 3:the emotional. Purification and subjugation describe the work to be done on the two planes. ThisMeditation, 77:of the centers more specifically and somewhat describe them, pointing to the effect upon the lifeMeditation, 233:in their own ordered cycles. These cycles we describe as the coming in or the going out of a ray.Meditation, 338:or rise the tides of desire. What words should describe the emotional body? the words: still,Patanjali, 170:under the guidance of the master. Certain words describe this dual process: Aspiration, Discipline,Psychology2, 102:ray [102] physical body. The formula which would describe him would be Three, IV. 7. (1-5-3) This,Psychology2, 544:and mystical" in this section of the treatise to describe the intelligent, highly mental man andPsychology2, 562:3 These three major senses (if I might so describe them) are very definitely allied, each with onePsychology2, 570:real, he is, perforce, unable to do more than describe the phenomena seen and the words heard.Rays, 12:deleted effects - if I may use such a phrase to describe the happenings which are rending humanityRays, 337:upon a much fuller opportunity - can be used to describe the progress of the initiate upon theRays, 461:intuition. Another way of expressing this is to describe it as love, availing itself of experienceRays, 711:of the intuition, which is the word we use to describe a direct contact with the Mind of God atSoul, 31:the endocrine system, it is not my intention to describe it in its ordinary physiological terms andSoul, 88:the gray and white matter of the brain and to describe the five ventricles, "distinguished threeSoul, 105:and in the upper brain (Sahasrara), which they describe, though the heart is also recognized as a
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