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

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Atom, 50:of some of the mysteries and problems which are distressing the world now. If things are to usAtom, 50:connection with it, which are both painful and distressing; granted the hypothesis upon which weAtom, 50:the human family) into situations which are distressing to the atoms. Surely it may be logical toAutobiography, 157:by little we entered upon a most difficult and distressing time. Our affection and personalBethlehem, 282:Word goes forth is a realization of the deep and distressing need of our modern world forDiscipleship1, 52:to practice early in your training this "distressing revelation" which will later take place in aDiscipleship1, 239:your surroundings. This you know well and it is distressing you deeply. Your failure to conform toDiscipleship1, 260:ask you to ponder. The world today is in such a distressing condition that the major need in everyDiscipleship2, 43:brings its own difficulties. It leads often to a distressing consciousness of one's own nature,Discipleship2, 485:the majority of the members has arrived. It is distressing that the work on the physical plane hasDiscipleship2, 497:yourself doing so with increasing and oft distressing frequency. Thus are the sons of God trainedDiscipleship2, 525:central factor. This again is a necessary but distressing prelude to this initiation. This glamorDiscipleship2, 615:lies the difficulty. This is enough on this distressing subject. It relates at present only to thisExternalisation, 82:today and have brought the world to its present distressing situation. It is so easy to drift intoExternalisation, 678:long run triumph. The intermediate agonies are distressing but not final, and they are notFire, 624:the key to much which transpires and which is distressing in solar evolution as well as human.Fire, 947:statements. a. Much that is to be seen now of a distressing nature in the world can be directlyFire, 1068:to it, and it is this force which produces the distressing conditions sometimes present inGlamour, 241:of all the existence of glamor; it provides the distressing contrasts with which all true aspirantsHealing, 56:lesions, the pathological conditions, and the distressing details attendant upon the breakdown ofHealing, 291:thinks. Much of it is necessarily punitive and distressing, owing to humanity's ignorance and lowHealing, 291:of guilt. There may be unhappy conditions and distressing circumstances, but the ability to respondHealing, 318:diseases which are today so numerous and so distressing. Initiation, 81:the key to much that is puzzling and, to many, distressing. [82] Intellect, 201:of an [201] emptiness which is frequently most distressing. This is due to the fact that the focusMagic, 63:life of the average man. They alternate with a distressing rapidity. The hill and valley experienceMagic, 303:state of mind. Fear of the future is therefore a distressing blend of instinctual memory andMagic, 635:they ought to be", and yet at the same time a distressing lack of proportion, and no sense of humorPsychology1, xxiii:possible those loose generalities which are so distressing to the academic and critical mind, andPsychology1, 109:nor is it an illusory way of escape from a distressing present. They will know that the soul is aPsychology1, 306:and even where there has not been this distressing condition, and where the life has been sane,Psychology1, 342:The sense of insecurity which is such a distressing aspect of the present upheaval is due simply toPsychology2, 95:flower. This is very good and necessary, even if distressing in experience. But the World SaviorsPsychology2, 121:because we ourselves are made uncomfortable by distressing conditions, and must therefore endeavorPsychology2, 122:uplifts, and in the task of ameliorating distressing world conditions. It is fashionable to servePsychology2, 123:with suffering, lay the blame for the distressing conditions encountered upon a person or a groupPsychology2, 300:a problem which is seriously confronting and distressing the psychologist, the psychiatrist, thePsychology2, 344:On this path he senses his duality in an almost distressing manner, and begins to aspire towardsPsychology2, 382:upsets and turmoils which are usually of a distressing kind. It is at this stage therefore that thePsychology2, 418:the familiar epileptoid symptoms and the distressing conditions seen in the usual fit. In a lesserPsychology2, 458:personalities. Conflict then ensues and many distressing conditions result - distressing from thePsychology2, 458:ensues and many distressing conditions result - distressing from the point of view of the truePsychology2, 496:Some Problems of Psychology The major cause of a distressing dream life is, in every case, aPsychology2, 545:physical discomfort and (as we have seen) many distressing kinds of disorders. The widespreadRays, 219:Once, however, the purpose underlying all distressing events and disrupted personnel is grasped,Rays, 577:initiation, the Transfiguration) less hard and distressing; the reason for this is that he isRays, 673:maya and thus greatly complicating the problem. Distressing as all this may be, and significant of
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