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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - FORGETS
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Autobiography, 230:of the Wisdom are working, and any group that forgets this is apt to become smug isolationist and,Discipleship1, 261:in the work to be done to such an extent that he forgets that the outer life of service will becomeDiscipleship2, 621:than in his own feelings or thought and so forgets himself in ascertaining the situation in orderExternalisation, 179:which the academic idealist and pacifist often forgets. Such people tell us that two wrongs do notExternalisation, 268:this in mind. As man progresses upon the Path he forgets worship; he loses all sense of fear, andExternalisation, 620:and must be the field in which he triumphs; he forgets that there exist no circumstances in whichExternalisation, 696:between them and their objective. The man who forgets about himself, and who is more interested inFire, 1274:passes into quietude. The Mother slumbers and forgets her Son. The Father too retreats within theGlamour, 27:emotional, which is a point the [27] devotee oft forgets) these three conditions (with theGlamour, 31:exists. He is deceived by the appearance and forgets that which the appearance veils. The emanatoryGlamour, 47:alone. He revels in his new found freedom. He forgets that, having given up the authority of aGlamour, 60:to recognize his proprietorship of the idea. He forgets that no one idea belongs to anyone but,Glamour, 111:understanding, of a sentient fanaticism. He forgets that truth lies beyond the world of feelingHealing, 267:the present situation will come when the Jew forgets that he is a Jew and becomes in his inmostHercules, 63:he gives up his search for the golden apples. He forgets what he himself has set out to do and, inHercules, 72:Atlas, the great Master, is carrying, that he forgets all about the goal and his search for theHercules, 147:A mother, snatching her child from danger, forgets her own fears. The motorist, hurtling down aMagic, 490:concept of what the truth may be that he forgets his own brain limitations and that the truth hasRays, 429:and cries aloud to the world about it. France forgets that she frequently overran central Europe inRays, 454:is apt to arise in the mind of the student. He forgets that it is a purely arbitrary distinction ofReappearance, 167:and must be the field in which he triumphs; he forgets that there exist no circumstances in which
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