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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - EQUIVALENT
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Astrology, 27:astrology, but one upon the seven rays and their equivalent and corresponding energies, upon theAstrology, 324:that they too may attain planetary status equivalent to that of the sacrificing soul. It is inAutobiography, 51:Maggiore in Italy and tried to find the German equivalent for the Anglo-Saxon word "mind" or "theAutobiography, 51:They gave it up in despair for there is no true equivalent for what we mean when we speak aboutAutobiography, 97:clergyman of the Episcopal Church, the American equivalent of the Church of England. This she didAutobiography, 208:I would go to my cupboard and take out an equivalent number of the dresses of the year before andDestiny, 56:pageantry, upon possession and upon money or its equivalent as a symbol of the form side ofEducation, 83:and cultivated; in the later grades, in what is equivalent to the high schools or the secondaryExternalisation, 436:the Christ a concentration for which we have no equivalent word and a purely spiritual endeavor (aExternalisation, 638:are very mixed motives: greed of money or its equivalent, such as oil, and at the same timeFire, 173:the use of the imagination (which is the astral equivalent to mental discrimination), and itsGlamour, 262:meditation sounds the OM seven times, it is the equivalent of a breathing exercise; when he canHealing, 377:of adequately sensitive plates or their equivalent, which will mark a new era in so-called "spiritInitiation, 147:initiates of the same degree, of words in Sensa equivalent to "So let it be." The three divisionsMagic, 532:is functioning. There is of course [532] the equivalent to pain in kingdoms below the human, but itPatanjali, 250:for we have not in the English language the equivalent [251] of the Sanskrit term "sanyama." It isPatanjali, 382:produces a flow of energy of a vibratory quality equivalent to the higher objective. This producesProblems, 55:and cultivated; in the later grades, in what is equivalent to the high schools or the secondaryPsychology1, 217:to enumerate them here, for our language has no equivalent terms, and where there is no equivalentPsychology1, 217:has no equivalent terms, and where there is no equivalent in language there is for mankind noPsychology1, 217:equivalent in language there is for mankind no equivalent in consciousness. The Earth, then,Psychology2, 703:of disappointment, a reaction which was almost equivalent, in some cases, to loss of faith, and aRays, 514:But I can give, as far as possible, the English equivalent in meaning, and it is this meaning whichSoul, 80:in substance, and they therefore regarded it as equivalent to 'motion.' On the other hand, theSoul, 149:The procedure of this inquiry is in many ways equivalent to the scientific method of inquiry byTelepathy, 41:term most often employed by Them is the esoteric equivalent of what the average person means when
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