|Bethlehem, 78:difficulties come and dark places in life are encountered. We have, if we could but realize it,Bethlehem, 111:Alone, He faced the future, and at the end, encountered the tests which released Him from the powerBethlehem, 165:happenings, the particular test which Christ now encountered becomes clear in our minds. It wasBethlehem, 166:tests was added the one which He had before encountered in the desert, the test of utterDiscipleship1, 35:any hierarchical experiment, much difficulty is encountered, owing to the material with which theDiscipleship1, 485:has brought and the difficulties which you have encountered under the sign of the Bull are fittingDiscipleship2, 674:but neither of us has forgotten the difficulties encountered or lost our horror of glamor; we areFire, 59:of solar radiation to the periphery. What is encountered during that approach - such as planetaryGlamour, 45:are entirely in the realm of discipleship, or encountered upon the Path of Probation. We will callGlamour, 45:form of words will show you that one is to be encountered upon the astral plane and the other uponGlamour, 63:Ideas. This refers primarily to the difficulties encountered by those developed souls who do touchGlamour, 95:man begin to be observed by him and consciously encountered, and he faces a long period ofGlamour, 124:to adjust themselves to recognition of it when encountered. The major task of this group was toHercules, 207:Discipleship. Restatement of the problems to be encountered upon the universal Path, and analysisInitiation, 184:be regarded as normal, and are considered, when encountered, as part of the usual fabric of hisMagic, 22:deals with the undefinable, then difficulty is encountered. It is no difficult matter to describe aMagic, 324:quietude, then again the currents may be encountered, response follows and a fresh cycle ofMeditation, 183:forms of light, and the magnetic fluid wherever encountered. The fire of the mental plane. Psychology2, 123:lay the blame for the distressing conditions encountered upon a person or a group of persons. It isPsychology2, 414:and the major difficulties and dangers are encountered and the man becomes aware of his situation.Psychology2, 500:which are a recovery of the sights and sounds encountered in the hours of sleep upon the astralRays, 192:of the halls within the veils of maya, and there encountered the glory of the Lord. This was ofRays, 199:these mysteries, this separating darkness encountered by the initiate may not be given: Veil I.