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

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Healing, 190:definitely group conscious (something as yet far distant) it will not be possible to apply broadHealing, 295:removes the whole subject of disease into a distant world of origins - a world into which man is asHealing, 305:to evidence a definite materialism. In these so distant aeons that marked attainment, whereas inHealing, 313:incarnation which have their origin in a very distant past; the seeds of the condition have lainHealing, 344:"one who hovers over the central lotus." The "distant one who sees from far away, yet lives withinHealing, 558:truly occult healing quite definitely to a more distant time. This third law runs as follows: LawHealing, 574:It is useful nevertheless to see at times the distant goals. All that is at present possible inHercules, 8:brought about through the medium of form. In no distant heaven and in no subjective state didHercules, 25:Hercules could be en rapport with the most distant sphere in which his labors could be cast.Hercules, 38:open wide and, from the light which veiled the distant scene, a voice emerged and said: "PassHercules, 54:so far." And thus the word went forth. Far in a distant country grew the sacred tree, the tree ofHercules, 54:The fame of these sweet fruits had gone to distant lands, and all the sons of men who knewHercules, 57:smote on his ear. Some vultures circling o'er a distant rock caught his attention; then again theHercules, 58:freed Prometheus, chasing the vultures to their distant lair, and tending the sick man until he hadHercules, 58:from a passing pilgrim on the way that, near a distant mountain, the tree was to be found, theHercules, 78:but to the God whose shrine you see on yonder distant mount. Go rescue it and bear it to the safetyHercules, 79:though a son of God. Carry the doe to yonder distant shrine, where dwell the sons of God and leaveHercules, 124:into the womb of time and space in a far and distant time. The time has now come when you can, ifHercules, 126:noise. This noise the other centaurs heard from distant points. In wrath they came, and a fierceHercules, 196:City. Not far had he gone when he perceived a distant cloud of dust that rapidly grew larger.Initiation, 57:Master K. H. and occupies a little house not far distant from the larger one of the Master, andInitiation, 75:to the throat center. This is as yet but a distant ideal, but even now some can vision that ideal,Initiation, 98:in its totality, reaches the solar system from a distant cosmic center via Sirius. Sirius acts asInitiation, 154:In the fifth kingdom the M has subsided into a distant undertone, the U is blended with it so as toInitiation, 189:in the system, passing eventually, in dim and distant aeons, to the cosmic planes. One group passesMagic, 61:to be interested. If he looks forward he sees a distant light which attracts him, but he cannot asMagic, 299:or cosmic problems can well be left to that distant time when aspirants have taken the thirdMagic, 373:passes on to the evolutionary in some dim and distant future. Therefore, he will not carry us withMagic, 469:in cold blue light. Orange and blue in some more distant time will blended be, but far off yet theMagic, 544:of their activities will come about in that far distant aeon which is technically called the SixthMagic, 544:that we need not concern ourselves with that far distant problem. Let it be remembered that theMagic, 581:work and live in a world of forces? We need no distant field or special domain in which to live andMeditation, 220:man rises ever to one's vision. Yet - at some distant time - red will be the basis of a solarPatanjali, 283:invisible. However, that time is still distant. W. Q. Judge, in his commentary, makes certainPatanjali, 394:a life may have been passed, and no matter how distant that life may be or how many millenia ofPatanjali, 395:become, this urge to contact the unknown and the distant. The explanation of this urge, beingProblems, 93:and outrage powerful groups even in most distant lands. Problems, 112:constituents by fighting for the freedom of distant small nations in Europe; at the same time theyProblems, 122:the world and He does this not from any vague or distant center called the "right hand of God" (aProblems, 143:and for his steady moving on towards the distant height which he has visioned. There is no otherProblems, 146:[146] coming and reappearance - not from some distant Heaven but from that place on earth where HeProblems, 151:us how that which was conferred in the far distant history of the race constitutes a divinePsychology1, 58:seated within the body. This spirit will in some distant time put him en rapport with that aspectPsychology1, 101:sapiens in the early primitive races of the far distant past. This mutability and obliteration ofPsychology1, 104:events coming in the immediate future, or distant happenings. There are warnings given by somePsychology1, 104:There is the power to participate in events in distant places and to recover the recollection ofPsychology1, 112:it for what it is. Some of it is written for a distant time, and the true significance of thisPsychology1, 244:the next two rounds, but this period is so far distant that with it we need not concern ourselves.Psychology1, 256:humanity was scarcely appreciable. In those distant aeons, much transpired which has been lost inPsychology1, 278:the true homosexual emerging as a guarantee of a distant racial and evolutionary achievement, whenPsychology1, 298:approximation to the presented ideal in a distant future, is it possible at this time to take stepsPsychology1, 301:beautiful dream to be consummated in a future so distant, and in a heaven so far away, that we mayPsychology1, 302:for evolution will force the recognition at some distant date. The forming of an earlierPsychology2, 184:and characteristics, emerging out of a dim and distant past, which have tended to make each personPsychology2, 229:hews to a pattern, set for Him in a still more distant vision. This purpose or defined will isPsychology2, 279:of Enlightenment can take place in a far distant future. So humanity enters into the outer Court ofPsychology2, 336:consciousness and lies far behind us today, in a distant racial history. This primitive stage sawPsychology2, 360:to get nowhere. Ever he is occupied with the distant objective, with that which may materialize inPsychology2, 360:with that which may materialize in some dim and distant future, and he fails ever to achieve thePsychology2, 405:nature, by past experience and by soul contact (distant, approaching or already made), and by thePsychology2, 511:for a belief in brotherhood, or to consider our distant origin and our possible future. It isPsychology2, 587:towards the higher goal. Depart and seek the distant secret place where dwells thy soul. EnergyPsychology2, 743:the next great human development. Behind, in the distant past of the race, humanity faced such aRays, 21:invocation and thus evoke response within those distant Ashrams where move the Chohans of the raceRays, 44:the personality, and many of you in the not so distant future (from the angle of the aeonial lifeRays, 75:ahead will be only the first step towards this distant related point, and its significance will notRays, 81:and of being thus created. "Man only hears the distant sound and knows it not for what it is. TheRays, 110:in the immediate future, for on them the more distant hope of happiness and of world peace depends.Rays, 114:also assume for them the outlines of a dim and distant goal. [115] Rays, 123:on Occult Meditation lie far ahead in the distant future. The work of the preparatory schools mustRays, 128:nature and hold is to Them only a memory of a distant battle ground where the victory then won hasRays, 136:invocation and thus evoke response within those distant Ashrams where move the Chohans of the raceRays, 197:himself in juxtaposition to that dimly sensed, distant reality, the blindness with which I haveRays, 257:of Avatars have been and are today only the dim distant symbols. They preserve this concept of theRays, 267:have passed through the human stage in such far distant and remote world cycles that the experienceRays, 381:truth was far otherwise. The time came in those distant aeons when a certain percentage of humanRays, 382:the implications are, will be revealed in such a distant future that we need waste no timeRays, 395:probably "cast Him adrift upon the shore of some distant sphere wherein His will must be expressedRays, 417:of power" [417] between our Hierarchy and the distant sun, Sirius, and gives the incentive towardsRays, 417:the ferment and the vortex of conflict in far distant ages and which has been recognized in theRays, 483:of the Shamballa energy, and - at some very distant period - it will be responsive to the firstRays, 523:there is a hiatus or gap separating him from his distant goal. This constituted the major part ofRays, 559:race, there came a period (lying now in the far distant and forgotten past) when individuals whoRays, 607:is taken by man today, and by humanity in some distant future; this "point of emergence" is reachedRays, 614:inevitably come. The first indication that the distant vision has been glimpsed might perhaps beRays, 692:of Those advanced Beings Who, from the distant sun, Sirius, the seat of the true Great White Lodge,Rays, 743:today. The two which lie ahead in the not too distant future (but which depend upon humanityRays, 757:which He there expressed still remains distant, except in connection with the spiritual Hierarchy;Reappearance, 55:position in the Father's House or to some distant place of service where only the most exalted canReappearance, 63:"sit on the right hand of God," in austere and distant pomp. Likewise, all the other approaches toReappearance, 64:and unimaginative theologians? That at some distant date, known only to the inscrutable will of GodSoul, 61:piece of matter and another however small and distant they be... "The properties of the ether areSoul, 66:energy, even to light from the sun and the most distant stars discovered. It is the medium whichTelepathyand the many factors (emerging out of a dim and distant past) which have contributed to make eachTelepathy, 132:of the Hierarchy which - in that far, very distant time - consisted of only forty-nine members;Telepathy, 178:to the worlds of suns, to the most distant stars and to the numerous recognized universes, as wellTelepathy, 179:the Universe, of the many constellations, of the distant stars, of our solar system, of the planetsTelepathy, 186:Hierarchy and in Humanity. For this relatively distant event the doctrine or the theory of Avatars,
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