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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - DRY
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Astrology, 153:which live half in the water and half on dry land; it is spiritually the sign of the Unicorn whichAutobiography, 12:three weeks on tea (without milk or sugar) and dry bread so that my three [13] children could haveAutobiography, 72:stands about 5000 feet high and is very hot and dry in the summer and 45 below zero in the winter.Autobiography, 111:climate is really lovely, though very hot and dry in the summer. However, I felt completelyDiscipleship1, 93:has already drained these sources of information dry. What I am seeking to do is to carry theDiscipleship2, 654:done. Pass through the gloom; enter the mist; dry up the rain and tears and find yourself upon theEducation, 85:will be brought to his attention and the dry-as-dust information, dates and names will fall intoFire, 90:tropical countries where the air is pure and dry, and the rays of the sun are recognized as beingFire, 897:rivers, lakes and streams), far exceeds the dry portion, or land, and every drop of moisture is inFire, 1014:and water meet. The midway spot which is neither dry nor wet must provide the standing placeFire, 1250:of employing such heat. The adepts use the "dry alchemical fires" to produce the results theyFire, 1250:the evolutionary process. As they use these "dry fires" the reaction upon themselves is such thatGlamour, 202:dissipates a dense fog or as the rays of the sun dry up and absorb the mist. It acts also as a beamHealing, 251:cannot retain their potency if submitted to the dry heat of the sun's rays. Moisture and darknessMagic, 235:water meet. The midway spot, which is neither dry nor wet, must provide the standing place whereonMagic, 245:that to be is better far than to do. "Can these dry bones live?" he asks, and has no desire to seeMagic, 245:that "the midway spot which is neither dry nor wet must provide the standing place whereon his feetPatanjali, 288:to drink the morning sun. Let not the fierce sun dry one tear of pain before thyself hast wiped itPatanjali, 425:have gone. The system now followed seems arid, dry and unsatisfactory. But joy and peace areProblems, 58:will be brought to his attention and the dry-as-dust information, dates and names will fall intoProblems, 133:most unpleasant places; they are aware of the "dry rot" which has undermined the clerical structure
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