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

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Discipleship1, 723:the light directs the burning, fiery light which dissipates the enervating fog. "This is theDiscipleship2, 260:of the initiate-revelation releases light and dissipates a part of the glamor which blinds the massFire, 478:The atomic sphere, if I might so express it, dissipates, the electrons come under the Law ofFire, 562:thought-forms are built) withdraws and the form dissipates. In all these cases it will be apparentFire, 764:that merging which destroys the entire sphere, dissipates all appearance of form, and produces aFire, 820:ones to fire, - the fire which burns and dissipates the form. Many times the work repeats itself;Fire, 836:effect. This negative type of force gradually dissipates, or disperses itself, and seeks theFire, 1026:and water meet apart from chanted sound, all dissipates in steam. The fire ceases to be." ThisFire, 1039:to make itself felt, which draws together, or dissipates, those contacting coalescing atoms. ThusGlamour, 83:of the intuition. It is the illumined mind which dissipates glamor. I would like here to point outGlamour, 110:light which reveals the "middle way" and which dissipates the glamor with its brilliance andGlamour, 171:control over the astral or emotional body and dissipates glamor. When light pours in, glamor fadesGlamour, 197:we are dealing - the light of the soul as it dissipates glamor in the three worlds - is the mostGlamour, 202:dynamically, much as a strong wind blows away or dissipates a dense fog or as the rays of the sunGlamour, 244:thought; the withdrawal of the divine attention dissipates the sentient universe and brings glamorInitiation, 136:withdraws itself gradually, and the form slowly dissipates; the lesser lives of which it has beenInitiation, 136:life egoic withdraws, the threefold lower self dissipates; the little lives which form the body ofMagic, 617:in the sky. But as the rain pours down, [617] it dissipates the mist, it washes clean the form andMeditation, 345:brains to bear on this problem of service, but dissipates force; he renders oft destructive action,Psychology2, 129:the way for the inflow of life; harmlessness dissipates the obstructions to the free outpouring ofPsychology2, 200:of sacrifice. The sun augments the fire; it dissipates the mist and dries the earth. And thus theRays, 523:is no longer needed, and it then disappears, dissipates, and is entirely destroyed, thus leaving
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