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Astrology, 102:of the fourth kingdom in nature. Humanity has "emerged from rock and water and brings itsAstrology, 384:symbolically. Out of the rocky cave, the Christ emerged [385] and walked again upon the plains ofAstrology, 432:lights upon the Earth. A Hierarchy of Light emerged from its own place; the planet was alight. TheAstrology, 626:transfiguration which Christ manifested when He emerged before the startled eyes of His disciplesAutobiography, 22:of the mystical phase of my life and out of it emerged much good that I later found. Thus I beganAutobiography, 139:the Occident or in the Orient, or whether it had emerged prior to the coming of Christ orAutobiography, 199:- Chapter V One of the mysteries of human nature emerged most definitely into my consciousness atBethlehem, 15:the message of Christ three general concepts emerged into the racial consciousness: First, that theBethlehem, 17:us the possibility of individual attainment. He emerged (as all the Teachers throughout the agesBethlehem, 35:moments have been reached, and crises have emerged and have been transcended, each definiteBethlehem, 46:the path of initiation. Individuals have ever emerged out of the rank and file and liftedBethlehem, 102:strikingly the case with Jesus Christ. His task emerged in its dread implications before His eyes,Bethlehem, 111:p. 235.) Christ faced this last attack and emerged victorious, thus guaranteeing to us our ultimateBethlehem, 115:own humanity (when viewed apart from God) and emerged victorious. Let us not attempt to divorceBethlehem, 131:God and man, and to Himself, His perfection. He emerged from the wilderness experience tried,Discipleship1, 44:history of the past. Some of these people emerged along the way of the heart, the mystical way;Discipleship1, 44:has embodied this way superlatively. Others emerged along the way of the mind and were theDiscipleship1, 446:Some of the lessons you have learnt have not yet emerged into your waking brain consciousness, butDiscipleship1, 757:cooperators and intermediaries. They have emerged "into his consciousness," as it is called, inDiscipleship2, 62:the great mass of men from among whom they have emerged, can affect that decision in the slightestDiscipleship2, 82:has been tested; unsuspected weaknesses have emerged and characteristics which should beDiscipleship2, 409:many of their senior disciples have, however, emerged at varying intervals and when needed; theDiscipleship2, 767:stand revealed. God thought, and all the worlds emerged and ran their courses. Man, in his distantExternalisation, 80:storms and survived many difficulties; men have emerged from periods of crisis better and stronger,Externalisation, 97:mentioned above. A small minority who have emerged out of the New Group of World Servers and whoExternalisation, 285:the unseen and of the unprovable; religion has emerged from the realm of the mystical into theExternalisation, 376:plethora of plans, little of practical value has emerged and nothing sufficiently potent to end theExternalisation, 548:which underlies humanity. The atomic bomb emerged from a first ray Ashram, working in conjunctionExternalisation, 603:symbolically - when the United Nations has emerged into factual and actual power, the welfare ofExternalisation, 673:into activity or utilized when the Masters emerged from the silence in which They have guardedFire, 13:work was finished. Forth from the rocky strata emerged the covering next. The builders of theFire, 15:Faster revolved the greater Wheel, blue white emerged the flame. The Sons of God again came downFire, 17:passed it through their fires. The Sons of God emerged from out their source, gazed on theFire, 28:The sacred remnant, in the place appointed, emerged at later date from out the zone of safety. TheFire, 28:safety. The waters dissipated. The solid ground emerged in certain destined places. The FifthFire, 683:of rearing wisdom in the world and hence they emerged as angels from the infinite womb of AditiFire, 1076:violent disintegration the mineral monad emerged as from an initiatory test, incomprehensible asGlamour, 55:interpretation is inadequate. The idea which has emerged in his consciousness, through the partialGlamour, 100:glamor which intensifies the fog. Those who have emerged out of this condition and are becomingGlamour, 125:the dominant characteristic of the astral plane emerged clearly, as did the fact of the three majorHealing, 667:men could be cited. Evil and pernicious men also emerged, such as Hitler and the group he gatheredHercules, 2:And as these centuries passed, a group of men emerged who slowly turned the other way. They foundHercules, 34:kingdom in nature, came into being when mind emerged and differentiated man from the animals. TheHercules, 38:light which veiled the distant scene, a voice emerged and said: "Pass through the Gate. ProceedHercules, 90:earnest aspirant, who knows no rest until he has emerged out of the water and climbed steadily onHercules, 92:one of the great herd of emigrants, but he has emerged out of the mass and has started on theHercules, 103:that as fast as he chased the lion in at one it emerged at the other. There was nothing for it,Hercules, 108:has to slay the lion of his personality. Having emerged out of the mass, and developedHercules, 126:the dawn drew near. Out from its lair the boar emerged, seeking for food, driven by ancient hunger.Hercules, 141:The hydra, its nine angry heads breathing flame, emerged. Its scaly tail lashed furiously the waterMagic, 145:The forms, veiling the radiant soul, emerged, achieved their purpose and vanished into night, butMagic, 326:Reality. Out of the darkness of time there have emerged the great religions. These religions thoughMagic, 406:modern times three other groups have definitely emerged; they are the philosophical, theMagic, 406:in and out of activity, little groups of men emerged, played their part in group formation, andMagic, 410:of the sixth and second rays. The cultural emerged under that of the fourth ray, whilst the firstMagic, 439:further. Pluto is one of them, and having now emerged into manifestation (or rather intoMagic, 601:detailed data under the various heads which have emerged. This, when completed would constitute aMagic, 627:has developed and the power to grasp has emerged (the "will to power" in some form or another)Magic, 627:on fear of he unknown, but out of this fear has emerged - as a result of agelong enquiry - ourProblems, 20:to other people, particularly the nation which emerged from Britain, the United States. This is oneProblems, 70:world's resources, the capitalistic system has emerged and has wrecked the world. This group ofProblems, 132:some form of unity and cooperation have recently emerged and may continue to grow. The questionPsychology1, 17:necessary ambiguity of that phrase) that the Son emerged. The esotericist, however, regardsPsychology1, 84:and its height and depth and breadth slowly emerged and entered into light. Out from the east, thePsychology1, 119:be aided. 2. If there is one thing that has emerged into the minds of investigators, as they havePsychology2, 172:Some aspects of a beauty, unrevealed before, emerged. And from the room a light shone forth and, byPsychology2, 277:of Avatars must inevitably emerge, or have emerged. There are, first of all, Those Who embody inPsychology2, 474:in its effects. Vast cosmic schemes which have emerged from the minds of thinkers in the past andRays, 17:and to the clear lines of demarcation which have emerged in the realm of human determinations andRays, 148:the idea) came into being; three great Centers emerged in time and space and - at this point in theRays, 384:in the three worlds. A great possibility then emerged; man could, through training [385] and theRays, 390:war took place, the forces of hidden evil [390] emerged for a short period and were then routed,Rays, 615:of them simultaneously. The issues which have emerged as the result of the conflict upon theRays, 732:responsible. When in early Atlantean times they emerged from the place where they had beenRays, 738:to another; out of the lower kingdoms man has emerged, and (as a result of human struggle) theReappearance, 50:symbolically - when the United Nations has emerged into factual and actual power, the welfare ofSoul, 11:we are hardened dogmatists who have not yet emerged from the darkness of nineteenth centurySoul, 90:the probable location of the soul. The mind has emerged into the limelight; character, ethics andSoul, 130:Have not many factors now accepted as realities emerged from the speculations and vague hypotheses
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