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

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Autobiography, 1:human beings opened up to a very class-conscious English woman and how the world of spiritualAutobiography, 8:comes through full and complete living. In the English graveyard where my parents are buried thereAutobiography, 24:others do not. Moor Park was one of those large English houses which should not be homey in any wayAutobiography, 46:a lot. I forget how often I have crossed the English Channel to the Continent and back for I haveAutobiography, 51:of verbal inspiration. If God had spoken in English, if Christ had preached His sermons in EnglishAutobiography, 51:English, if Christ had preached His sermons in English then perhaps we might be more secure as toAutobiography, 52:a book as ancient as The New Testament into English, how can there be such a thing as verbalAutobiography, 52:Greek into Latin, and from the Latin into Old English and thence, at a much later date, into theAutobiography, 52:I realize all this now but in those days the English Bible was infallibly [53] correct and I knewAutobiography, 83:my attention. Then he said in his curious English, "Missy Baba, listen. Millions of people here.Autobiography, 83:here. Millions, all the time long before you English came. Same God loves me as loves you." I haveAutobiography, 87:the out-patients in a native hospital run by English doctors. Measles was diagnosed and theyAutobiography, 108:morning and I can't stand it any longer. I'm an English servant and you are an English lady andAutobiography, 108:longer. I'm an English servant and you are an English lady and I've got sense enough to know it.Autobiography, 133:a new spiritual era in my life. There were two English women living in Pacific Grove at that timeAutobiography, 148:and very proper, I would not permit the two English managers of the home (ex-soldiers) to sleep inAutobiography, 164:been given to me except that I will smooth the English or replace an unusual word with one that isAutobiography, 167:over the years. He dictated a cumbersome, poor English in the beginning, but between us we haveAutobiography, 177:the grounds of Krotona. Being a very circumspect English woman I had a lady living with me to actAutobiography, 185:that you say, but what about the dirty little English and French and Dutch girls - for it takes twoAutobiography, 187:first arrived in England and found out how the English girls looked upon the English boys wasAutobiography, 187:found out how the English girls looked upon the English boys was almost funny. They found theAutobiography, 187:English boys was almost funny. They found the English girls over-estimating the English boys, fullAutobiography, 187:They found the English girls over-estimating the English boys, full of the mysteriousness of sexAutobiography, 215:Arcane School, and the majority of them spoke English. At this time we had none of our work inAutobiography, 225:He would lecture in French, Italian and English and the spiritual power which poured through himAutobiography, 247:notes, rendering them into the thought-provoking English which together we have developed as aAutobiography, 247:me, entitled Light of the Soul, in it I give the English paraphrase of the Sanskrit Sutras ofAutobiography, 259:a very slight change of tense at times, as the English of the Tibetan, when he chooses to use hisAutobiography, 260:and thought, and a command of clear, forceful English. 3. Clairvoyant vision The various symbols inAutobiography, 289:The school lessons and papers are available in English, French, German, Dutch, Italian and SpanishBethlehem, 63:the Anglian nation', by which he means the pagan English before their settlement in Britain aboutBethlehem, 63:the birth of the Sungod. At the time when the English were converted to Christianity in the SixthDiscipleship1, 460:are really untranslatable; I but put them into English words which will make their meaning clear. IDiscipleship1, 492:should I say, floundering? These niceties of the English language still present difficulties to me)Discipleship1, 530:two short copper beeches behind it, and has an English box bush at either end. In front of it is aDiscipleship1, 722:The rule can be roughly translated into modern English as follows: "The one upon the Way leapsDiscipleship1, 779:notes, rendering them into the thought-provoking English which together we have developed as aDiscipleship2, 34:for this he is eminently well equipped, being English by birth but having spent long years in theExternalisation, 210:New York and London, for it is the task of the English speaking peoples to rebuild the world withExternalisation, 504:in the sacred land of India. One of the English Masters is also exceptionally active, and theExternalisation, 507:pilgrimage under the Law of Rebirth. One of the English Masters has in hand the definite guidanceExternalisation, 570:and two of them are authorities in basic English; this is the form of the English language whichExternalisation, 570:in basic English; this is the form of the English language which will eventually take the place ofExternalisation, 667:ray energy, as wielded in the Ashram of this English Master, under the direction of the Mahachohan,Externalisation, 668:the intelligent work done by the Ashram of the English Master Who works consistently with theExternalisation, 682:for the externalization of the Hierarchy. The English Master is one of these, and another MasterFire, vi:(often with the insuperable restrictions of the English language) of abstract ideas and hithertoFire, 380:anticipating. The occult fact, as stated by the English poet Pope, "The proper study of mankind, isHealing, 195:of energies. There is as yet no word in the English language or in any European tongue for theHercules, 42:the problem of sex. There are four words in the English language which are ideographic andHercules, 50:illusion. The word "maze" comes from an old English word, meaning to bewilder, to confuse, toHercules, 67:and London are both governed by Gemini; that the English language is becoming predominantly theInitiation, 55:at one of the British Universities, and speaks English fluently. His reading is wide and extensive,Initiation, 59:material. Little can be given out anent the two English Masters. Neither of them takes pupils inInitiation, 215:terms. It is simply an attempt to render into English certain words used in this book, so that theIntellect, 76:the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, of which an English paraphrase and commentary is furnished in my bookIntellect, 94:John Charles, Onward and Upward, Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse, page 508. Intellect, 167:John Spencer, Quiet, The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse, page 629. Contrariwise, it mayMagic, 76:writing which I have sought to convey in modern English, the sages of old embodied an idea. The OldMagic, 79:this problem, and likewise the Master of the English race, - not the Master who occupies HimselfMagic, 546:I serve." This is a faint effort to express in English these ancient Atlantean phrases, older thanMeditation, 305:are in China. The Master R. - and one of the English Masters are concerning Themselves with theMeditation, 349:terms. It is simply an attempt to render into English certain words used in this book, so that thePatanjali, 102:by the use of certain phrases which make the English version clearer. Literally, the sutra might bePatanjali, 138:student's [138] small advancement. They are but English words which most inadequately and onlyPatanjali, 190:to convey the true meaning in the more limited English tongue. Certain basic concepts are embodiedPatanjali, 250:difficult idea to express for we have not in the English language the equivalent [251] of thePatanjali, 302:the two. It might suffice here to give a simple English paraphrase which will give the essence ofPatanjali, 348:for us in carefully chosen terms (of which the English is but a paraphrase, lacking the expressionPatanjali, xiv:an attempt to put into clear and understandable English the exact meaning, insofar as it isProblems, 20:changes have taken place in the thinking of the English people. Old things have passed away; theRays, 514:words. But I can give, as far as possible, the English equivalent in meaning, and it is thisRays, 515:the Masonic usage of the words, translated into English, "So mote it be," uttered with the rightSoul, 80:cases the German words Leben and Seele, as the English words 'life' and 'soul,' are
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