Astrology, 42:manifestation which comes to be regarded by the finite mind of man as the Hierarchy itself. This isAstrology, 607:the only angles which are as yet possible to the finite mind of man: The relation of the threeAstrology, 629:and is consequently inexplicable to the finite mind. All that is possible is to indicate That whichAstrology, 672:Uranus... Absolute time is made to become finite and conditioned." (S.D. Vol. I, 450) "Among theAtom, 14:which it is not possible for us, with our finite minds, to glimpse, [15] still less to understand.Atom, 119:my imagination. Naturally it is not possible for finite mind to gauge accurately the plan of theAutobiography, 85:(if I could understand Him) He must be as finite as I? Was there a hell and if so, why on earth didAutobiography, 123:of what he thinks God means. But it is a human, finite brain that does the thinking and has doneAutobiography, 123:thinking down the ages. Hence other human and finite brains can appear and give other, deeper, moreAutobiography, 303:working and serving than the ordinary finite mind could at that time have possibly reasonablyBethlehem, 113:and the other of God. That which emphasizes our finite nature is of humanity, that which isBethlehem, 114:the divine will is genuinely one with that of finite beings in a single personality." (The ValueBethlehem, 141:the personal self and the "individuality." The finite and the infinite must be brought into a closeBethlehem, 141:the nature and the quality of God. The finite nature had been transcended and could no longerBethlehem, 141:and the ordinary rules governing the finite individual, with its petty problems and its smallBethlehem, 283:the Buddha was about to abandon existence in finite space and time, to relinquish all sorrow andFire, 102:nor possible end from the point of view of finite man, for its source and end are hid in theFire, 116:physical, and it is the only one which the finite mind of man can in any way comprehend. ThisFire, 147:The difficulty lies in the inability of the finite mind to grasp the significance of this threefoldFire, 151:it. This is a statement unverifiable by the finite mind of man at his present stage, and with hisFire, 158:be enumerated and pondered upon, even if to our finite minds they may seem paradoxical andFire, 332:and is of a nature so incomprehensible to the finite mind of man that he can only sense itFire, 346:other methods which are inconceivable to man's finite comprehension, is quite possible. TheseFire, 796:out, can be applied equally (though in a very finite sense) to the ego and its cycles, and alsoFire, 1059:the wildest speculation is possible to the tiny finite minds of men and it profits us not toFire, 1200:manifestation which comes to be regarded by the finite mind of man as the hierarchy itself. ThisGlamour, 105:These causes are two in number and beyond your finite comprehension. I only state them and ask youHealing, 11:of a greater objective than he, with his finite understanding, can grasp. The whole intent, as itHealing, 14:of the cause, as it appears to your feeble finite mind, through the medium of the general worldHealing, 290:put the whole subject out of the control of the finite mind. We are then dealing with somethingHealing, 320:mental origin and one of such magnitude that the finite minds of men cannot yet grasp them. SuchHercules, 229:to be, to be within and yet to be outside, to be finite and yet ready to serve the infinite." D. T.Initiation, 119:which is undefinable, illimitable, and (to the finite mind), infinite in its abstractness andInitiation, 156:involved, until the sentences and speech of the finite unit, man, in their myriad differentiationsMagic, 8:mind e'en when they talk (as they needs must) in finite terms of that duality which is everywhere,Magic, 13:of that universe which it is not possible for finite man as yet to vision. Similarly the center ofMagic, 56:differentiations are but the products of the finite mind. Therefore, all workers and knowers of GodMagic, 192:Mary - in the individual sense, which is a finite parallel of an infinite Reality - is "carried upPsychology1, 213:of it is well nigh impossible to the finite mind of the average reader. Though these threePsychology2, 241:reflection in the many plans and projects of finite man as he lives his little life or runs busilyPsychology2, 372:my vision of reality, my limited ideal, my finite thought of God; - for these I struggle, fight andRays, 242:play. The usual reasons brought forward by the finite mind of man to account for what is called by |