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Psychology2, 346:an integrated personality. This has often been forgotten, and men have claimed the rights ofPsychology2, 449:as well as for men. This latter point is oft forgotten; the hierarchical crisis is of greatPsychology2, 475:is accomplished) should function consciously in forgotten areas of awareness, as did the LemurianPsychology2, 475:- mental or intellectual. This must never be forgotten. The man who is suffering from thePsychology2, 497:and bring to the surface of his consciousness forgotten episodes and his dream life. Two importantPsychology2, 497:dream life. Two important facts are sometimes forgotten and hence constitute a fruitful source ofPsychology2, 542:but are subject to solution. Let that not be forgotten. The whole theme is vast, but many minds arePsychology2, 665:Servers should seek to avoid. It must not be forgotten, first of all, that many people of manyPsychology2, 666:the New Group of World Servers. It must never be forgotten that there is here no ordinary [667]Psychology2, 713:with sincerity and understanding. This is often forgotten. So much is said and written these daysPsychology2, 729:has been drastic and needed. This must not be forgotten. Mistakes in techniques have necessarilyRays, 86:men. Men have seen, and that sight will never be forgotten, and the horror thus engendered will aidRays, 125:can touch or affect it. This is a point oft forgotten. The rule as given to applicants consequentlyRays, 128:ground where the victory then won has been forgotten and the gains of victory are so far behindRays, 199:at that time, and as the Participator, have been forgotten by the orthodox, though preserved by theRays, 201:and He also utters the Sound. This is apt to be forgotten. He it is Who intones the AUM and allRays, 232:the vision to the sons of men. Let this never be forgotten, and let the New Group of [233] WorldRays, 358:It is necessary also to bear in mind a fact oft forgotten, but which has been known and taught everRays, 373:This position of the Hierarchy must never be forgotten. Rays, 491:of the Monad - a point which must not be forgotten. The aspects of the soul which we callRays, 526:as was possible. Many of Them have been forgotten even if Their work was successful. Others haveRays, 559:came a period (lying now in the far distant and forgotten past) when individuals who had attained aRays, 635:(which their race produced), but they have forgotten their unique relation to humanity; they forgetRays, 656:of the individual initiate, but it must not be forgotten that these initiations have also aRays, 656:to our planetary Logos. It must never be forgotten that it is the progress forward upon His chosenRays, 700:for the four kingdoms in nature. Let this not be forgotten. Also, let it be remembered that thisReappearance, 49:possibly do the same works. Theologians have forgotten that He Himself stated that "greater thingsReappearance, 56:wherein His earlier message has been negated, forgotten or misinterpreted for two thousand years,Reappearance, 79:the Sun was entering, the period of Pisces, is forgotten, but is clearly evidenced in the fishReappearance, 141:formulation of the divine idea, but Christ was forgotten behind the words; churchmen have expendedReappearance, 142:God as revealed by the life of Christ has been forgotten [143] whilst men have quarreled overTelepathy, 21:point should here be borne in mind, which is oft forgotten: The inflow of the new ideas from theTelepathy, 91:entire evolutionary process; it must never be forgotten that step by step, stage by stage,Telepathy, 106:all aspects of the lower psychism - a point oft forgotten. A thick veil of concrete thought-formsTelepathy, 137:are normally expressing. This is a point oft forgotten. It is needless for me to point out that -Telepathy, 172:the initiate's contact mechanism. This is often forgotten and the emphasis of the student'sTelepathy, 196:capacities are increased and his limitations are forgotten. He takes his place with those who
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