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

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Bethlehem, 282:to Bethlehem. Some, perhaps more than one can estimate, are passing on their way to the Baptism inDiscipleship1, 129:of your second ray inclusiveness) to over-estimate people and, subjectively, you have a strongDiscipleship1, 331:believe to be the effects of divinity. You over-estimate the capacity of the personality to respondDiscipleship1, 366:Where it is involved, you are prone to over-estimate the loved ones and see too much for them. IsDiscipleship1, 483:to reality. You are arriving at a truer estimate of yourself and your personality shell is fastDiscipleship1, 619:give it until you have completely changed your estimate of yourself. In the past you have succumbedDiscipleship1, 733:are then apt to do one of two things: over-estimate the experience and believe it to indicate aDiscipleship2, 451:activities upon the Path. It is easy to over-estimate the importance of any particular incarnationExternalisation, 20:and enlarge their horizon; it will enable him to estimate truly the esoteric value of service andExternalisation, 151:going forward. Esoteric students are apt to over-estimate the effectiveness of the work that theyExternalisation, 457:gone (and gone forever, let us hope) and to over-estimate that which is old, worn-out and, if I mayGlamour, 53:and their knowledge. Again they over-estimate themselves, regarding their missions and themselvesHealing, 509:This they will never do if they over-estimate themselves or depreciate themselves. Many are apt toIntellect, 246:contacted vision and knowledge. But they over-estimate their capacity; the instrument of the soulMagic, 193:will be lacking, and the aspirant will over-estimate the non-essentials and fail to grasp the valueMagic, 590:the energy in his centers and perhaps even this estimate is too optimistic. Better far that theMagic, 595:a liability and oft a hindrance. Students over-estimate themselves quite often, even whenMagic, 618:possibilities is now so strong that they over-estimate themselves; they give much time to picturingRays, 272:to achieve a sense of proportion and a finer estimate of values. Forget not that selfishness is aRays, 282:and stimulation. But that is only a partial estimate of the work which They are doing. In the
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