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Fire, 165:level (the buddhic plane of our solar system) finds its outlet in certain great centers. TheseFire, 175:creates out of the exigencies in which he finds himself entangled." - From The Mahatma Letters toFire, 183:throat. The sevenfold head center in its turn finds ultimate expression in the gorgeous twofoldFire, 188:- S. D., I, 582; S. D., II, 307, 308. This finds its reflection in the double set of physicalFire, 190:its appointed place, and on the physical plane finds its point of deepest materiality and of mostFire, 190:density of the form. On the physical plane he finds his own note. On the astral plane he finds hisFire, 190:he finds his own note. On the astral plane he finds his brothers note; through identity of emotionFire, 213:force, or centers wherein the 'will to be' finds expression) demonstrate as activity matter. TheyFire, 218:forms built and adapted. The Law of Attraction finds expression in the manipulation of matter andFire, 219:(or that of the Heavenly Man in whose Body he finds place) from the group notes, and knows himselfFire, 242:in Whose bodies each unit of the human family finds place. He is the Vishnu aspect in process ofFire, 247:come under the Law of Synthesis. An atom finds its place within all forms; it is the aggregation ofFire, 249:his inner Self, of the life within the form. Man finds his place within the group form. EgoicFire, 252:of the human being for instance in whose body it finds place. This, of course, is in connectionFire, 264:the Heavenly Man in Whose body the human Monad finds a place. The life of the Logos in Whose bodyFire, 264:life of the Logos in Whose body the Heavenly Man finds place. It might be useful here to considerFire, 297:Man Who embodies the logoic solar plexus finds His manifesting source on the fourth etheric. ThisFire, 298:happening; it was a planetary matter which finds its correspondence in the connection between theFire, 328:from this we can infer that His influence finds its line of least resistance on some one plane,Fire, 384:is handicapped by his physical body, [384] and finds himself unable to express through it theFire, 416:now superseded. The sexual misery of this planet finds its origin in the moon failure. The progressFire, 458:body does to the seven principles and still finds its connecting link with man through the closeFire, 460:depends in lesser degree.) Such an Entity finds expression through the animal kingdom, of which HeFire, 515:of His threefold nature. The permanent atom finds its place within the sphere of influence of oneFire, 523:thus also on the third and fourth planes, but finds its central demonstration on manasic levels,Fire, 543:Monad, and the subray upon which the causal body finds itself. This thought would bear expansion,Fire, 553:fifth Rays. This is a most important point, and finds its microcosmic correspondence in the placeFire, 583:to union with his kind. Through separation he finds himself, and then - driven by the indwellingFire, 583:or Christ principle - transcends himself, and finds himself again in all selves. This law holds theFire, 741:so far as they affect the human unit; each unit finds its ways eventually into one of the cosmicFire, 746:activity. By means of meditation, a man finds freedom from the delusion of the senses, and theirFire, 746:of the senses, and their vibratory lure; he finds his own positive center of energy and becomesFire, 796:but that department of their being, which finds its correspondence in "animal magnetism" in man, isFire, 799:and quality of the organ or unit in which it finds a place. In the human atom this means his groupFire, 801:SAID, and Whose relationship to the solar Logos finds a faint analogy in that of the planetaryFire, 820:the third aspect, that of activity which finds its energizing centers in the three permanent atoms.Fire, 821:threefold energy which, on the mental plane, finds its medium of expression in connection with theFire, 849:within the murky halls of densest maya. He finds it there but dies ere garnering all the longed-forFire, 850:seeks for the fruit of knowledge. He finds it but to realize that knowledge is not all; he diesFire, 873:type deals with the electrical phenomenon which finds its expression in the light which man hasFire, 877:synchronized, so that the great act of sacrifice finds them ready [878] for the final process ofFire, 923:subplanes of our physical plane. Division 3 finds the clue to its mystery in the constitution ofFire, 976:subplanes of the astral and physical planes finds its place in the thought form, it has to beFire, 990:A fourth type of evil growing out of the above finds [991] its main expression in the sorrows andFire, 1006:this juncture that any thought form necessarily finds its way into greater streams of force orFire, 1010:forms in time a vortex or center of force, which finds its place in the center of the forehead, andFire, 1045:the activity of the greater sphere in which it finds its place. The solar Atom, also anFire, 1123:discipline, and tread the Path whereby he finds his center and works from that standpoint of power.Fire, 1128:his energy felt in the group and place where he finds himself. The constitution of the causal bodyFire, 1158:of the planes, and therefore of substance, finds its consummation when the four lower centers areFire, 1169:It is [1169] the law of marriage, and finds some aspects of its manifestation not only in marriageFire, 1172:things to the greater Soul in which the lesser finds itself. This law, therefore, affects the twoFire, 1200:highest aspect of man, his "Father in Heaven" finds place. These lives are the points of fire whoFire, 1221:him through the cycle of rebirth until he finds the portal of initiation. This portal is occultlyFire, 1234:manifest that soul-energy or substance which he finds he can manipulate. To train people to work inGlamour, 14:nature in which the idea embodied in the symbol finds itself. This field of ideas, interrelated andGlamour, 29:a potent idea of some kind or another, but who finds it quite impossible to integrate it into theGlamour, 48:service will impose themselves upon him until he finds that he is a member of the New Group ofGlamour, 51:knowing this, presses his footsteps forward, and finds himself surrounded by his fellowmen. SomeGlamour, 64:started on its way to materialization. It finds itself, for instance, integrated into a groupGlamour, 85:for and to discover the effects of force; one finds oneself consciously the victim of forceGlamour, 85:and the environing circumstances in which he finds himself. When to the power of maya is added theGlamour, 102:opposing entities (with both of whom he finds himself consciously identified) - the Angel of theGlamour, 132:for instance, no illusion that the idea which finds expression in the statement that "all men areHealing, 39:the desire aspect of the physical body, which finds expression in the eating and drinking of thatHealing, 53:individual consciousness at which that majority finds itself. Men are swayed by the impulse ofHealing, 65:defined desire. A formulated desire is one that finds expression in some form of activity. Of theseHealing, 117:all Sons of God. Having accomplished that, he finds himself one with the One in Whom we live andHealing, 147:the fourth Creative Hierarchy on its own plane finds expression, [148] and here also this HierarchyHealing, 267:irritation to the matrix within which the Jew finds himself; it will come when selfishness inHealing, 308:throughout the physical body, and as it flows finds there certain forms of weakness, variousHealing, 331:be stated also that: The stream of life-energy finds its way to the heart, the physical heart, andHealing, 338:generated under this esoteric stimulation, finds its way into the blood stream, and the result ofHealing, 392:which eventuates after death, when the man finds himself without a physical vehicle, is as nothingHealing, 392:to the loneliness of birth. At birth, the soul finds itself in new surroundings and immersed in aHealing, 392:of the group of souls in bodies with which he finds himself in relationship; this loneliness onlyHealing, 392:friends. After death this is not so, for the man finds on the other side of the veil those whom heHealing, 424:as we can manage. The fear complex of humanity finds its point of entrance into man's consciousnessHealing, 449:except that of the greater whole in which it finds its place. Neither form nor quality (body norHealing, 450:by the evocation of the Will"... The disciple finds his group in the Master's Ashram andHealing, 488:and where the mind is undeveloped, the inner man finds himself practically smothered in an envelopeHealing, 488:is called the "freedom of the dual life," and finds himself possessed of a dual form which enablesHealing, 490:with the state of consciousness in which he finds himself. Forget not that a plane is essentially aHealing, 569:The true, as an expression of the divine, finds its point of centralization in the throat Center;Healing, 596:be immediately noted by the healer who (when he finds them present) will then apply his skill inHealing, 616:which astral or emotional energy emanates and finds anchorage, prior to transmission into the [617]Healing, 713:in the act of dying, when the imprisoned soul finds release. In the light of future scientificHercules, 6:When they have thus been utilized, the disciple finds himself en rapport with the universal andHercules, 17:represents the point at which humanity now finds itself. His early name was Alkeides, which wasHercules, 18:every developed and self-aware human being. He finds himself conscious of two aspects which meet inHercules, 32:around and around the zodiacal wheel, the man finds himself back again in Aries, only this timeHercules, 48:mainly to satisfy an animal craving; when he finds himself unable to resist the lure of his polarHercules, 63:that which constituted the real test. Hercules finds Atlas bearing the load of the world on hisHercules, 80:to his heart, and in the holy place the doe finds rest, and so does man. All men are mine. The doeHercules, 90:of the water and climbed steadily on until he finds himself on the summit of the mount inHercules, 92:around and around the zodiac, the aspirant finds himself again in Cancer, faced with the problem ofHercules, 93:and to the world in which the human being finds himself. Man is an animal, and in company with theHercules, 147:with all, and he who gives away all he has, finds himself richer than he was before. The urge toHercules, 167:he still possesses an emotional nature, and he finds that the birds of Stymphalus, especially threeHercules, 171:in arid places. The scapegoat on the way up finds the flowers of attained desire, each with its own
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