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Astrology, 124:and interpretive activity - have not got Virgo appearing somewhere with real potency [125] andAtom, 42:degree. Have we not, therefore, really got back to what might be termed the "psyche of the atom"?Atom, 130:philosophical. Now, in these three what have we got? In the scientific line of thought we haveAutobiography, 13:sufficient incentive. Anyway, a charming woman got up - elderly, smart and twinkling with humor. "IAutobiography, 16:from whom it is claimed that Shakespeare got so many of his stories. Family trees and pedigreesAutobiography, 23:- Chapter I After we left Canada, my mother got seriously ill and we went to Davos, Switzerland,Autobiography, 26:had to go to the bedroom where the nurse or maid got us ready to go down to the drawing room. WhiteAutobiography, 36:Having said what He had come to say, He got up and walked out, after pausing at the door for aAutobiography, 37:time became so objectionably good that my family got disturbed; they wondered if I was ill andAutobiography, 40:time that in no way was our Christ belittled. I got a glimpse of the unity and of the Plan to whichAutobiography, 53:and frightfully shy and years older than I and I got nowhere with him so I grinned and withdrew -Autobiography, 55:I started off fluently, slowed down, got stage fright, gave those men one look, burst into tearsAutobiography, 56:have never had any trouble from that night on. I got accustomed to going into a packed room inAutobiography, 56:years later. A whole crowd of army schoolmasters got into the habit of coming every Sunday toAutobiography, 57:scroll right there in front of them but when I got back to my quarters that night I untied theAutobiography, 59:I learnt, also, how to handle him, but I never got accustomed to fried eggs, particularly whenAutobiography, 62:attempt to get them to attend the meeting but we got along well. It was there that I learnt toAutobiography, 63:it never materialized. As far as I can tell, I got on well with my co-workers. My strongAutobiography, 63:cut out all jealousy. One morning Elise Sandes got a letter which I could see greatly disturbedAutobiography, 64:she approved if I had a return ticket - so I got a return ticket. Then I went up to London to buyAutobiography, 65:a very well known name, so I won't mention it) got up and leaned across the table, held out hisAutobiography, 66:I used all the time I was in India. When we got to Bombay I had expected to trans-ship there andAutobiography, 67:the ship; he handled the daily sweepstakes; he got up the dances and arranged the theatricals; heAutobiography, 73:of the Soldiers Home to such an extent that they got quite seriously out of hand. The lady inAutobiography, 73:out of hand. The lady in charge, I fancy, got a little scared, though she probably was not asAutobiography, 75:because I was so young. My correspondence got very heavy and I came to know the mind of the soldierAutobiography, 76:songs on the piano in the reading-room until I got sick to death of hearing the men roar out, "JustAutobiography, 77:saluted by the officers and men. The thrill I got is still with me. Autobiography, 78:why the good looking ones were exempt. I got fairly well known in the hospitals and the chaplainsAutobiography, 79:where he ultimately recovered. Another manager got depressed and kept threatening [80] to commitAutobiography, 80:to commit suicide. I studied him for awhile and got fed up with his constant threat, so one day IAutobiography, 80:off talking and do it. When he saw the knife he got seared and I then presented him with a ticketAutobiography, 85:we will sit and listen to anything you have got to say, you know that, but the moment you startAutobiography, 87:had a brilliant mind and was highly educated and got soundly converted through my ministrations.Autobiography, 93:laughing twice and then I really did laugh. We got off at Avignon for a meal and went into theAutobiography, 94:for ten minutes. [94] A lady in our compartment got off the train to go to the ladies' room. TrainsAutobiography, 94:thought I was haying hysterics. At last we got to Ireland and I was with my beloved Miss Sandes. IAutobiography, 96:him. On top of that complication came another. I got a letter the following morning from an armyAutobiography, 97:so I just waited. In the meantime "Aunt Alice" got in touch with Walter Evans. His time in the armyAutobiography, 98:up sometimes for hours looking after me, but I got so ill that the two men eventually took mattersAutobiography, 98:me back to England on the next boat. When I got back to London I went to see Sir Alfred Schofield,Autobiography, 98:After talking to me for a little while he got up from his desk and strolled over to the bookcaseAutobiography, 99:I was a beautiful needlewoman. Each day I got up and went for walks upon the moors and each weekAutobiography, 103:since I was a little bit of a girt and when we got to the station, he got down and took my hand andAutobiography, 103:bit of a girt and when we got to the station, he got down and took my hand and said, "Miss Alice, IAutobiography, 108:servant and you are an English lady and I've got sense enough to know it. There are things I knowAutobiography, 109:but who was just straight human and kind and I got another peek into the house of humanity. She andAutobiography, 114:friends I have ever had. My general health got better and, in spite of the constant outbursts ofAutobiography, 115:have someone in the home but in due time she got scared though she stayed with me right through.Autobiography, 115:I went and we all had a very good time. When I got back, however, I found Walter Evans had beenAutobiography, 123:a girl and my full life as an evangelist finally got me completely down. Autobiography, 124:could again resume his church work. He finally got a small charge in a mining village in Montana,Autobiography, 126:parts that made me often wonder how they ever got through the mails. In an ordinary book they wouldAutobiography, 127:so distinctly the depths of my despair when I got absolutely no response. I was so sure that if IAutobiography, 128:great sardine canneries and applied for a job. I got it, as it was the rush season and they neededAutobiography, 128:cottage affected me so much that the moment I got into the cottage I fainted dead away. But I gotAutobiography, 128:got into the cottage I fainted dead away. But I got accustomed to it, for Nature is very adaptable,Autobiography, 131:on that dirty rag in the women's room. I've got the other half and will hang it up when this getsAutobiography, 131:just tried to be polite and kind and, therefore, got politeness and kindness from other people andAutobiography, 136:give them and the house all my time. When they got into their 'teens and were able themselves to beAutobiography, 152:The place was beautifully run and, when I got there at first, it seemed to me to be a paradise onAutobiography, 163:about it. It was during these few weeks that I got the first chapters of "Initiation, Human andAutobiography, 166:writing for the Tibetan for nearly a month I got completely scared and absolutely refused, to doAutobiography, 166:very definite technique He had taught me. When I got my opportunity for an interview with K.H. weAutobiography, 167:I showed the manuscript to B. P. Wadia. He got very excited and told me that he would publishAutobiography, 167:technique, but I very soon found, as our minds got attuned, that this was unnecessary and that if IAutobiography, 171:not and a great number of the worthwhile people got out, feeling frustrated and handicapped andAutobiography, 174:he threw us out of our positions as soon as he got into power. Thus ended our time at Krotona andAutobiography, 179:cash and, within a day or two Foster Bailey got a letter from Mr. Ernest Suffern offering him aAutobiography, 182:urges. At the close of the lecture a woman got up in the audience and publicly berated me forAutobiography, 185:Europe and Great Britain in the summer of 1946 I got direct first-hand information from theAutobiography, 188:present." Anyway, they stewed away at school and got through each term and graduated normally andAutobiography, 200:will eventually emerge. The French haven't got it, for with the French nation there is theAutobiography, 201:because I had had no divorce. Twenty years ago I got a divorce with the full approval of the BishopAutobiography, 204:her girls were, who they were with and when they got home and I have never regretted myAutobiography, 209:in New York at that time. Presently we all got to our feet when the Grand Duke came in and sat downAutobiography, 210:was anxious to have it more widely read. When I got back to the office I called up Alice Ortiz andAutobiography, 211:towards me. He smiled and passed on and when I got up to my office I found the lost photographAutobiography, 216:with the narrowness of the presentation also got in touch with us and many of them joined theAutobiography, 218:learn to be more useful human beings if they got to know more about [219] people in otherAutobiography, 222:useless for me to write about it for I have not got the words, but the beauty of it none of us willAutobiography, 224:of Ascona and knew much that was going on and got no harm. The first summer at Ascona we stoppedAutobiography, 224:there and we all lived together for weeks and got to know each other very well. National barriersAutobiography, 226:home at Torquay, South Devon, [226] and when I got tired or worried I would go down to Violet andAutobiography, 228:I heard no more for some time and then I got a letter from a member of the group saying that SirAutobiography, 241:liberation and the same spiritual experiences. I got quite adept at speaking through anDiscipleship1, 151:in a physical or emotional form, you have not got it mentally. You are among those who take theDiscipleship1, 470:very closely resemble yours. You have all three got the same soul ray, and the same ray governingDiscipleship1, 620:and its darkest hour. Be thankful you have got a vision but waste not time in pondering it. TheDiscipleship2, 484:into it a conversation by means of which you got close to someone, a contact with some strangerDiscipleship2, 745:now. I have held you safe from harm whilst you got your bearings and tested out your strength, butExternalisation, 102:as part of their usable equipment. Have you got them, or are you trying to cultivate and unfoldHealing, 205:of the many schools of thought) have not yet got back to the basic factor, in spite of all theirHercules, 20:to slay his teachers. He killed them all and got rid of them. Why? Because he had reached the pointHercules, 151:desire seems rampant when he had thought he had got rid of it. He is fluidic, and he had thought heHercules, 151:and mind are all evil, undesirable things, to be got rid of. To my mind, it is fundamental to graspHercules, 161:as we tie ourselves to any human being, we have got to go on reincarnating?" Well, I am going toIntellect, 187:but that each one of us could attain it if he got rid of ignorance by abandoning the dualisticMagic, 25:evasion is intended, and that the writer (having got out of his depth) is seeking to save his facePatanjali, 363:lies the Realizer or Cognizer of both, we have got the clue to all states of consciousness itself,
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