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

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Patanjali, 263:of one-pointedness. The Sanskrit term used is difficult to explain clearly. Such terms asPatanjali, 280:himself invisible. This is one of the most difficult of the sutras to the western thinker for itPatanjali, 403:line of thought involved in Sutra 15 is more difficult to express. It lends color and veracity toPatanjali, 411:give us a typical oriental approach to a very difficult problem, and this method of reasoning isPatanjali, 424:cloud of spiritual knowledge. It is difficult for the neophyte to be impersonal where his ownProblems, 6:done by the simple method (simple to write but difficult to implement) of establishing right humanProblems, 8:and spiritually. The situation is far more difficult than a casual analysis would make it seem. TheProblems, 15:habits of mass thinking and of mass reaction are difficult to overcome. It is here that the mainProblems, 28:our mode of governments. It will be an intensely difficult era and will be only successfully livedProblems, 49:are the prune requirements in the most difficult transitional period with which we are faced. AnProblems, 64:of the Children of the World Conclusion It is difficult for modern man to conceive of a time whenProblems, 64:present in human thinking. It was equally difficult for prehistoric man to conceive of a time whenProblems, 94:of the nations, great and small, and the difficult situation in which the minorities today findProblems, 96:problem is so old and so well known that it is difficult to say anything about it which will not beProblems, 108:small a minority that they are faced with a most difficult situation, living as they do in theProblems, 114:great heresy of separateness. This is immensely difficult not only because of humanity'sProblems, 116:the statement of a recognizable truth, it is difficult in this case to make people admit itsProblems, 119:of the United Nations organization on quite difficult and touchy points, and this is becomingProblems, 132:within all churches and faiths. Their lot is a difficult one; they are aware of conditions and theyProblems, 138:What is the solution of this intricate and difficult relationship throughout the world? A newProblems, 162:of uniformity of procedure will not prove so difficult once a measure of unity on the spiritualProblems, 171:Then, on the other hand, we can have a period (difficult but helpful because educative) ofProblems, 172:nationalism which made the Polish nation so difficult a member of the family of nations; it isProblems, 175:The problem of distribution is no longer difficult once the food of the world is freed fromProblems, 176:from different angles; this makes cooperation difficult and definitely complicates the problemsPsychology1, 8:particular ray may make. This is in some ways a difficult way of expressing it, but if it isPsychology1, 36:and the Withdrawn. The above abstract truths are difficult of apprehension, but need here to bePsychology1, 72:with an attempt to clothe this most abstruse and difficult subject in such a form that some newPsychology1, 99:Such a gigantic collective insanity is more difficult to credit than the alternative of an expandedPsychology1, 101:Man himself has changed so much that we find it difficult to recognize homo sapiens in the earlyPsychology1, 128:attitudes of mind are easy for one ray type and difficult for [129] another, and hence the changingPsychology1, 130:The first point that I seek to make is a difficult one to grasp for those beneath the rank ofPsychology1, 160:and inhibitions will remain a problem most difficult to handle. When, for instance, psychologistsPsychology1, 199:results have been achieved. This fact is a difficult one for man to understand, for his awarenessPsychology1, 199:form and not of the quality of the life. It is difficult for men to comprehend the divine purposePsychology1, 207:according to his mood. He is a delightful and difficult person to live with. In healing, the bestPsychology1, 225:the recognition of the intermediate stages so difficult, that aught that I could say would but feedPsychology1, 232:of the rays of the vegetable kingdom. It is difficult for us to grasp the significance of thePsychology1, 233:and consciousness in the cosmos who find it as difficult to throw their consciousness down into thePsychology1, 268:changes in the attitude of man towards this most difficult problem. In speaking on the subject ofPsychology1, 268:ideas. It is obvious that the matter is a difficult one to approach. But why is it so difficult? InPsychology1, 268:is a difficult one to approach. But why is it so difficult? In the last analysis, we shall findPsychology1, 273:is found illegal in another. What constitutes a difficult problem under one climatic conditionPsychology1, 294:be enacted for the control of the people on this difficult subject of sex I cannot say; what thePsychology1, 301:This is not negative harmlessness, but of a difficult and positive activity. If the above practicalPsychology1, 302:by asking themselves when situations arise of a difficult nature: Will this action of mine tend toPsychology1, 323:become so numerous that they are difficult to follow, being mixtures of pure selfishness (developedPsychology1, 341:pour through and affect mankind. One of the most difficult things with which the Masters are todayPsychology1, 342:Kingdom We now touch briefly upon an obscure and difficult subject, and one that will appealPsychology1, 352:consideration. The true import is of course most difficult to grasp, but the general meaning can bePsychology1, 376:and nations. These Laws of Cleavage are too difficult for general comprehension. They govern formPsychology1, 379:intellectual. The law of the coming race is most difficult to express in understandable terms. IPsychology2, 13:those outstanding failures and those difficult situations which have brought the whole question ofPsychology2, 26:is a simple and direct statement of a long and difficult evolutionary unfoldment. Its veryPsychology2, 29:subject to it. Herein may be found a clue to the difficult problem of free will. It might be saidPsychology2, 48:abstruse and quite symbolical. It may appear difficult to comprehend, and it may mean little toPsychology2, 55:psychology which have a close relation to this difficult law; they indicate two basic ideas withPsychology2, 71:of discipleship, but with the more abstruse and difficult requirements for those whose goal isPsychology2, 87:upon which we now enter in our studies will be difficult and controversial. The thread which willPsychology2, 99:to the Earth. The point here being stressed is difficult to express, but of great importance. LetPsychology2, 111:of separateness" is not to be found, it is difficult for us - with our active, discriminating mindsPsychology2, 120:desirable and it is seldom realized how very difficult service essentially is. It involves so muchPsychology2, 134:of the man into one serving whole. This is a difficult and elementary stage from the angle of thePsychology2, 159:recognizes the influence of this Law. It is as difficult for him to grasp its implications and toPsychology2, 160:man of the world. The Law of Repulse is equally difficult of understanding by the disciple as hePsychology2, 179:with a form of spiritual selfishness most difficult to overcome, and calling for the expression ofPsychology2, 188:be the technique employed in handling this more difficult situation, which is only possible becausePsychology2, 192:the materialization of things. They have a most difficult task and that is why it is only duringPsychology2, 212:be borne in mind in all consideration of this difficult subject. It is the result of development,Psychology2, 215:technique. My present purpose is a far more difficult one, for this Treatise is written for thePsychology2, 218:there is purpose and objective behind all the difficult happenings of daily life. It broadens andPsychology2, 220:expression (from the angle of human vision) as difficult to comprehend as those opened up when wePsychology2, 229:stated that we were dealing with abstruse and difficult matters, and that much presented might liePsychology2, 237:Vision The next emerging trend is one most difficult to express. It is not easy to discover thePsychology2, 254:with separativeness. The problem is complex and difficult, but an understanding of the underlyingPsychology2, 265:and of spiritual vision. Their problem is a difficult one, as their measure of soul contact doesPsychology2, 280:presides, for this is the Temple of the most difficult initiatory processes. The reason for thisPsychology2, 281:plane. His task, in many ways, is far more difficult than that of the two preceding Avatars, for HePsychology2, 281:of that will we, as yet, know really nothing. So difficult is His task that the New Group of WorldPsychology2, 282:and, as was said above, it is for us the most difficult and most transforming of the initiations.Psychology2, 289:for thought. The subjects touched upon are deep, difficult to understand, and hard to grasp.Psychology2, 299:mental body and of the emotional body are most difficult to ascertain as there is so little mentalPsychology2, 314:[314] are simply symbolic ways of expressing a difficult truth. The truth is that the soul isPsychology2, 315:are brought in contact. In elucidating this most difficult problem it might be said that thePsychology2, 331:to be considered. It is, of course, exceedingly difficult for there to be a true understanding ofPsychology2, 333:will. The significance of the above may be found difficult of comprehension for it is one of thePsychology2, 346:problem of discipleship and initiation. It is difficult to make easily comprehensible the naturePsychology2, 365:These constitute, consequently, a very difficult moment or moments in the life of the disciple. Psychology2, 373:produces a crisis and it is, as usual, a most difficult one for the aspirant to handle. It is aPsychology2, 382:and this produces in the early stages those difficult upsets and turmoils which are usually of aPsychology2, 393:scope or universal recognition is extremely difficult for me to explain or for you to understand.Psychology2, 402:to question and at times to despair. Life is so difficult these days; the tension to which men arePsychology2, 431:victory in his present point of crisis and of difficult conflict. The light which this throws onPsychology2, 446:Or has an achieved integration brought about the difficult situation? Is this problem One ofPsychology2, 448:or awareness and not in fact? Is that too difficult a matter for us to grasp? Let us ponder uponPsychology2, 456:careful handling. It is also peculiarly difficult to handle, as the early stages are apparentlyPsychology2, 459:that desire. These "astral maniacs" are the most difficult and quite the saddest types to handlePsychology2, 462:at the time of adolescence when so many difficult adjustments require to be made. It is too late toPsychology2, 464:or demands, or suffers consequences of a difficult nature if it fails to do so. The necessaryPsychology2, 468:real spiritual insight and wisdom. This produces difficult situations for all associated with him,
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