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Astrology, 109:opposite. The planets which are exalted, in detriment, or which fall in any particular sign, for aAstrology, 342:for in this sign Saturn is in the home of its detriment and thus produces those difficultAstrology, 369:and no planet falls. Mercury is, however, in detriment or its influence is lessened. In Gemini, theAstrology, 399:(making it what has been technically called "in detriment") is purely symbolic of the effects ofAstrology, 401:undertook. Achievement is attained. Mars is in detriment in this sign. Its activity adds constantlyAstrology, 585:but their massed negativity was a real detriment to the ending of this war, just as the massedAutobiography, 147:people. I have never found it anything but a detriment to be put upon a pedestal and looked up to.Destiny, 77:Leo personality can control with force to the detriment of future world understanding, or its soulDestiny, 89:to the point of a fanatical blindness and to the detriment of the long range vision which is neededDiscipleship1, 567:I was in constant touch with him was becoming a detriment to independent spiritual life, his ownDiscipleship1, 704:of life. The ability to make comparisons to the detriment of others (particularly of one's ownDiscipleship2, 513:in a group leader - such as you are - would be a detriment to the group. Where the astral body isDiscipleship2, 723:which you have always made. Both are a serious detriment to your spiritual progress and usefulnessExternalisation, 64:internal life; but these constitute no serious detriment to group work, for they can be overcome orExternalisation, 64:serious nature, because they constitute a true detriment to the group life, providing (as they do)Externalisation, 345:but their massed negativity is a real detriment to the ending of this war, just as the massedHealing, 385:patient to achieve faith is frequently a great detriment to his freedom from the difficulties whichIntellect, 35:forward along the same lines, will become a detriment instead of a help, - because man is ready forMagic, 79:this development must in no way be considered a detriment. All has been in due course of evolution,Patanjali, 22:trance. This self-imposed quieting is not only a detriment to the achievement of the highest yogaPsychology1, 231:and deluded interpretation of truth, are a great detriment to the cause of the Hierarchy. AndPsychology2, 608:definitely affect the optic nerve, not to its detriment but to the extent of evoking the subtlerReappearance, 115:it has been soporific in its effect, and a detriment to progress. The Eastern student regards it as
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