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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - DESCRIBES
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Astrology, 461:that the above diagram and subsequent statement describes his own involutionary and evolutionaryDestiny, 123:which we call radiation. That word effectively describes the result of soul stimulation upon andDiscipleship1, 339:is the outward expression of an inward faith, describes that of the mind. In quoting to you theseDiscipleship1, 487:come when one will feel differently. This aptly describes you. My problem is how to help you backDiscipleship1, 717:and its esoteric implications. Isolated unity describes the stage which the Master has reached;Discipleship2, 416:or of the pure reason; this is what Patanjali describes as "straight knowledge," uncomplicated and,Fire, 58:metres, since in the Vishnu Purana, Parasara describes the vedic metres as the coursers of theFire, 568:Attraction and Repulsion. Fundamentally, the law describes the compelling force of attraction thatFire, 568:the significance of that word through, for it describes the next racial expansion of consciousness,Healing, 153:one. The head is the symbol of what Patanjali describes as the state of "isolated unity." It is theHercules, 135:that of Uranus. The statement in the Bible which describes this impulse is expressed in the words,Intellect, 94:body. Shadrach means "rejoicing in the Way" and describes the transmutation of the emotional body,Intellect, 133:of mind steadiness, and of waiting. Fr. Nouet describes this perhaps as well as anyone in theIntellect, 136:has not yet learnt to contemplate. Dr. Bennett describes this stage in some comments uponMagic, 179:of that which the soul knows. Mediumship usually describes the process when confined entirely toMagic, 515:given in a book by Evelyn Underhill which describes contemplation as "an interlude between twoMagic, 532:difficult for us to grasp it. The Old Commentary describes these two groups in the following terms:Patanjali, 300:therefore who have immortality. Then he describes the three highest planes, with the greatPsychology1, 167:Another suggestive fragment of symbology describes the three rays as using respectively three kindsPsychology2, 573:illustrates dramatically the state of mind and describes the assured nature of the consciousness ofRays, 46:Note how this phrase from an ancient writing describes the antahkarana. It is not possible in theseRays, 420:how else to translate the archaic phrase which describes the objective of the Master's training on
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