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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ERECT
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Astrology, 12:of the planet (for the reason that "man stands erect") man's body is at all times bathed in theDiscipleship1, 243:it that you are relaxed and sit not so fiercely erect as is your usual custom. Rest back somewhat,Discipleship1, 546:all I ask of you during the next six months. Sit erect, but relaxed, and in a position of physicalDiscipleship1, 655:the outgoing love of God to all I meet. I stand erect through love and strength divine. I manifestDiscipleship1, 670:When doing the slow breathing, endeavor to sit erect without tension, and see to it that at noDiscipleship2, 495:I. Exercise prior to Meditation: Stand erect, facing your soul. Then say audibly, if possible: "IDiscipleship2, 495:of this pledge. II. Meditation Work: Sit erect but relaxed. Withdraw the consciousness inward inExternalisation, 195:any nation to spread those ideas which tend to erect racial or national barriers, arouse hatreds orExternalisation, 416:and what building the skill of the knowers will erect to house the religious spirit of man, threeFire, 224:serve students as the scaffolding on which to erect the intended structure of knowledge. If aFire, 239:is sufficient as a working basis on which he may erect his temple of truth. This Entity, Whom weFire, 1022:for the rapidly decaying civilization, and to erect the new temple desired for the religiousIntellect, 219:the main requirements are that we should sit erect, with the spine in a straight line; that weMagic, 507:for the rapidly decaying civilization, and to erect the new temple desired for the religiousMeditation, 62:the base of the spine) [62] the back should be erect without support. The head should not be thrownMeditation, 261:used it as the foundation stone upon which to erect the Temple of Solomon. He has grown beyond thatPatanjali, 214:position in a comfortable chair, with the spine erect, the feet crossed naturally, the hands foldedPatanjali, 312:to the point the aspirant has reached. He stands erect and unshaken before the entrance to theReappearance, 142:and Bishops for money to build cathedrals and erect more churches when the existent churches now
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