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

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Autobiography, 146:I would make out a good case for myself. I have good points; I cannot be turned from my purpose; IAutobiography, 152:not be using our divine powers to get material good for ourselves. All good things come to thoseAutobiography, 152:powers to get material good for ourselves. All good things come to those who live harmlessly, whoAutobiography, 154:IV I ran the cafeteria and learnt to be a good vegetarian cook. My first chore at Krotona wasAutobiography, 154:products and they felt that they were very, very good and well on the way to spiritualAutobiography, 154:who were lovely and sweet and kind and good. [155] It was during this year, 1918, that I discoveredAutobiography, 156:could have been simpler. The evidence was too good and the witnesses too reputable. An old friendAutobiography, 156:your decree and the custody of the children. Good morning - next case." So that cycle ended. I wasAutobiography, 158:E.S. completely dominated the T.S. Members were good members if, and only if, they [159] acceptedAutobiography, 165:frontier. He is now dead but was a great and good man. Mr. Carpenter told him of his experienceAutobiography, 167:when one is probably trying too hard to make good, but later, it is effortless and the results areAutobiography, 167:thought and a stimulation which has a definitely good physical effect. Today, as the result ofAutobiography, 177:older are critical of her. This has been very good for the occult movement for today the wordAutobiography, 180:the other ladies but she felt she was very good for them and I'll guarantee she was. She was alwaysAutobiography, 180:and I'll guarantee she was. She was always very good for me. The time came at the end of 1920 whenAutobiography, 181:ever managed I do not know and I think this is a good place in which to point out what a marvelousAutobiography, 184:well or acted wisely and it is perhaps simply my good luck that today my daughters seem to like me.Autobiography, 189:said and meant was accepted one cannot be a good Theosophist. Perhaps this accounts for the factAutobiography, 193:people by correspondence. All we had was good intention, a burning desire to be of some help, andAutobiography, 203:were all in their 'teens and extraordinarily good looking and we found it quite impossible to putAutobiography, 204:but I have always felt that the psychology was good. Mother was always aware where her girls were,Autobiography, 205:up higgledy-piggledy, young and old, people of good social position or of no position, and IAutobiography, 205:position or of no position, and I believe a good time was had by all. We served cake and punch, teaAutobiography, 207:for me, for that she has promised to do. We had good times together whilst she was on earth. WeAutobiography, 212:had written several books which met with a good reception and I wrote them to prove that one couldAutobiography, 214:and marriages, which, curiously enough, took a good deal out of me emotionally. The somewhat normalAutobiography, 216:on the centers. It is, however, exceedingly good for those on the Path of Probation. The ArcaneAutobiography, 217:while with a woman in Switzerland who had a good deal of knowledge and who was interested in whatAutobiography, 217:had built a lecture hall and accumulated a very good library. One day in the fall of 1930 sheAutobiography, 219:intelligent people, just as bad people, just as good people in Great Britain, Switzerland, France,Autobiography, 220:quite well it was bedtime. They were exceedingly good but exceedingly excited. They knew everyoneAutobiography, 221:beds. We went to the Hotel Des Flandes and had a good time the few days we were in Antwerp. TheAutobiography, 226:is witty, sparkling, quite a deep thinker and good psychologist, quick tempered, very artistic andAutobiography, 228:the esoteric section in the T.S. I'm not a good hand at joining organizations but I wrote to theAutobiography, 229:with both intelligence and love; aspiration and good intention are not enough. During these yearsAutobiography, 235:for active goodwill. [235] So many people of good intentions theoretically accept the fact that GodAutobiography, 246:thus and so. Those who obeyed were regarded as good members; those who refused to be interested andAutobiography, 250:soul and still remain a member of the school in good standing. No loyalty is expected or asked,Autobiography, 251:"saving force" and an expression of the will-to-good which animates the New Group of World Servers.Autobiography, 252:of brotherhood and were willing to sacrifice the good of the whole of humanity to a sentimentalAutobiography, 252:a position of complete neutrality, where both good and evil are concerned, was demanded ofAutobiography, 253:The sumtotal of all these activities has been good; the misunderstandings have been few and haveAutobiography, 255:Society faintly resemble the reality and much good has been done by this testimony to TheirAutobiography, 262:phase in the history of esotericism has been good, preparatory work. It has brought to theAutobiography, 269:as simply an aspirant - well-meaning and with good intention. It indicates that he is not aAutobiography, 269:the purity in the outer life, or on kindness, good temper and freedom from self-assertion. TheseAutobiography, 274:nil. The other three types of schools are doing good work and meeting the need of those who respondAutobiography, 292:Hierarchy of the planet and the general good and welfare of humanity. The Axis policy was based onBethlehem, 15:so shine before men, that they may see your good works." (St. Matt., V, 16.) Second, theBethlehem, 16:of discrimination the mind learns to select the good, the beautiful and the true. These threeBethlehem, 16:with the final objective of group love and group good. We learn to perfect ourselves in consonanceBethlehem, 16:to have somewhat to contribute to the group good, and in order to serve Christ perfectly. Thus thatBethlehem, 19:use the fish symbology, even to eating fish on Good Friday. The symbol of the Aquarian age, as itBethlehem, 25:in every church, and in every group where men of good will are to be found working, and where worldBethlehem, that i:that in me [that is, in my flesh] dwelleth no good thing: for to will is present with me; but howBethlehem, that i:with me; but how to perform that which is good I find not. "For the good that I would, I do not:Bethlehem, that i:perform that which is good I find not. "For the good that I would, I do not: but the evil which IBethlehem, 40:which fade Before the unmeasured thirst for good: while peace Rises within them ever more and more.Bethlehem, 44:to the divine. The initiate is not simply a good man. The world is full of good men who areBethlehem, 44:is not simply a good man. The world is full of good men who are probably a long way from beingBethlehem, 61:the Crucifixion and death of the Lamb-God, on Good Friday, three days before Easter; there are (12)Bethlehem, 70:to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men" (St. Luke, II, 14) A triple WordBethlehem, 70:to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men"? We like to think that it can beBethlehem, 77:place from which we escape. If we cannot make good as disciples where we are, [78] and in the placeBethlehem, 90:principles to be found in the world - those of good and of evil - thus emphasizing the basicBethlehem, 101:of His parents. He was a personality doing much good in a small sphere. But after the purificationBethlehem, 109:and the method whereby evil can be turned into good. He met temptation with no great new techniqueBethlehem, 112:determine whether his life reacts to evil or to good. The devil is the symbol of that which is notBethlehem, 113:upon these two extremities of human existence - good and evil, light and dark, life and form,Bethlehem, 114:p. 245.) Such a Personality was Christ. Good is the contradiction of evil, and Christ's attitude toBethlehem, 121:self-centeredness is one of the first laws of good health. Bethlehem, 121:that one is divine and therefore entitled to good health may be ultimately true when divinity isBethlehem, 128:motive. It would - such is the implication - be good for the world of human affairs if it allBethlehem, 131:that field different. Christ went about doing good, "teaching in the synagogues, preaching theBethlehem, 138:conscious. Of the man who wills to do good, and of the nature which in opposition causes him toBethlehem, 139:which he cannot systematize under the good, he will form a secondary and negative self, aBethlehem, 139:hostile to the imperative domination of the good which is, ex hypothesi, only partial. And thisBethlehem, 139:And this discord is actually necessary to the good; for it sets it its characteristic problem, theBethlehem, 139:problem, the conquest of the bad. And the good is necessary to the evil, for beyond rebellionBethlehem, 139:to the evil, for beyond rebellion against the good, the would-be totality of the disinherited selfBethlehem, 150:answered Peter, and said unto Jesus, Lord, it is good for us to be here: if thou wilt, let us makeBethlehem, 151:brilliance. Nevertheless, they felt that "it was good for them to be there." Yet in ourBethlehem, 152:in every human being. That man who sees no good in his fellowmen is he who is unaware of his ownBethlehem, 154:"agile," quick moving, which is in itself a very good description of the mental nature. Arjuna, inBethlehem, 170:to the extent of saying that when the common good and your personal success or welfare conflicted,Bethlehem, 190:claim of these Gnostics was practically that the good news of Christ (the Christos) [191] was theBethlehem, 193:and it is for this reason that we eat fish on Good Friday, in commemoration of His coming.Bethlehem, 202:and he says "To him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin." (St. James, IV,Bethlehem, 203:in the true sense of the word. These things are good to remember, for they prevent that dire sin,Bethlehem, 203:helpful. This sense of evil and this reaction to good is again latent in the relationship betweenBethlehem, 205:this emphasis upon personal and individual good, which is of the nature of sin. Love is unity,Bethlehem, 208:to serve humanity, and to teach and preach the good tidings of the kingdom of God. That was HisBethlehem, 210:the sacrifice of the personal self for the good of the world, and the service of humanity insteadBethlehem, 212:evil is absorbed and transmuted into good or equilibrated." (Some Mystical Adventures, by G. R. S.Bethlehem, 233:sway over the human consciousness, and where the good of the whole, and not the selfish good of theBethlehem, 233:where the good of the whole, and not the selfish good of the individual, comes to be the supremeBethlehem, 234:friendship and service. Their preaching was the good news about Jesus. They assumed that menBethlehem, 245:wherein He had somewhat to contribute to the good of the whole; He had attained altitude on theBethlehem, 248:is, and whether it is not the greatest of all good things. Nevertheless, it is feared as if it wereBethlehem, 250:will be vindicated. There is a basic belief that good and evil are in combat in man's nature, and
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