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Magic, 632:difficulties, for their vision is beyond the grasp of the majority, and they meet often lack ofMagic, 638:words and conditions, and the sooner students grasp this and put out of their minds any hope ofMeditation, 38:plane life. The matter is hard for you to grasp, is it not so? I scarcely know how to express theMeditation, 55:that effect. It demonstrates as far as you can grasp it in the harmonic note of the fourth planeMeditation, 55:It shows itself in the struggle of humanity to grasp the ideal of harmony and peace, and in theMeditation, 61:Path, who has therefore an intellectual grasp of what has to be accomplished. He realizesMeditation, 143:mastered step by step. It is necessary first to grasp that the place where the expansion takesMeditation, 169:must realize the synthesis of the whole. He must grasp it as a fact past all questioning and notMeditation, 180:all instruction along occult lines. If you can grasp somewhat its meaning, and understand how theMeditation, 248:inadequate? So it is, even more so than you can grasp. But forget not that which I have often toldMeditation, 270:a benefactor and [270] to serve, rather than to grasp and acquire for himself. This life ofMeditation, 347:of that which may be lacking, a sequential grasp of the innate mental faculty accumulated inPatanjali, 55:and leave the student to extend the concept and grasp the significance of the brief statements madePatanjali, 96:uttered. Students of Raja Yoga have, however, to grasp the elementary facts concerning all formsPatanjali, 254:the intellect. Unless the mind or intellect can grasp and transmit that which the soul knows, thePatanjali, 309:of sensuous perception. When the aspirant can grasp the place that desire plays in his life, whenPatanjali, 309:the trouble in his lower nature, and when he can grasp the technical side of the process whichPatanjali, 309:but it aids the student considerably if he can grasp the idea of the relative localities in thePatanjali, 323:This is a hard lesson for the aspirant to grasp. He is apt to think that a tendency towardsPatanjali, 411:is not an easy one for western minds to grasp. In the six schools of Hindu philosophy this wholeProblems, 7:take and not give, to accept and not share, to grasp and not to distribute. This has involved theProblems, 13:also the childishness of the race which fails to grasp the extent of the whole of which each nationProblems, 32:transitional enterprise unless there is a grasp of the immediate problem and of the immediateProblems, 35:to vision and contact the soul and to grasp (with increasing aptitude) the nature of the universe.Problems, 35:other than the self. It confers the ability to grasp ideas. The history of mankind is [36]Problems, 71:of their businesses and their financial grasp upon humanity were, prior to the war, active in everyProblems, 78:at the heart of the labor movement. We need to grasp somewhat this picture of a worldwide conditionProblems, 109:and meet all that transpires with a mental grasp and an intuitive perception which will put them onProblems, 146:of human living and human thinking; they will grasp the stupendous truth that sound economics,Psychology1, xxi:process, and in its entirety is beyond the grasp of the advanced student. At the same time, it is aPsychology1, xxiii:of truth which will enable them easily to grasp the significance of that which underlies thePsychology1, xxiv:carries its own reward, and the attempt to grasp and comprehend the Soul - cosmic, universal,Psychology1, 5:is broad and sound, and the wideness of its grasp can be somewhat gauged if we compare what we knowPsychology1, 12:by the new groups, and students today who can grasp this idea have the opportunity to do some ofPsychology1, 15:the present is no exception) has believed its grasp of Reality and its sensitivity to the innerPsychology1, 22:apart from this fourfold recognition. Our grasp of the subject will be much facilitated if we trainPsychology1, 42:For our purposes in this treatise, we must grasp the fact [43] that the world of appearances isPsychology1, 59:than is now the case. The effort, however, to grasp that which cannot be expressed in wordsPsychology1, 59:"spiritual being"; then it becomes possible to grasp the inexpressible and to live by its power. Psychology1, 112:authority which should be recognized. Learn to grasp the teaching correctly, and see it for what itPsychology1, 115:mental levels and with the soul? When will they grasp the fact that until a man has contacted hisPsychology1, 130:point that I seek to make is a difficult one to grasp for those beneath the rank of initiate orPsychology1, 134:is literally the synthetic and immediate grasp of the truth, as it essentially exists, and the LordPsychology1, 135:of the Plan (in so far as we can, at this time, grasp it) will reveal how closely the entirePsychology1, 152:It is impossible for the average thinker to grasp the significance of this statement, but he canPsychology1, 156:the universe is a proof of its reality, and the grasp of man, small though it may appear to be, isPsychology1, 192:Brotherhood, which the race is just beginning to grasp and to discuss. Thus one of the majorPsychology1, 192:The second proposition relates to the mental grasp of the "inspired" man - inspired from on high byPsychology1, 194:At the same time, they increase our capacity to grasp the intense activity of every form in everyPsychology1, 201:fearlessness, power of ruling, capacity to grasp great questions in a large-minded way, and ofPsychology1, 204:i.e., he can by the power of his imagination grasp the essence of a truth; his idealism will oftenPsychology1, 212:and the sixth rays shews itself in the intuitive grasp of synthesized knowledge, and in the commonPsychology1, 218:with a measure of care and get a little clearer grasp of the effect and influence of the sevenPsychology1, 222:are too advanced for the average student to grasp, and constitute likewise two of the secrets ofPsychology1, 230:life as a whole, it is necessary that man should grasp the fact that he is only a small fraction ofPsychology1, 232:the vegetable kingdom. It is difficult for us to grasp the significance of the consciousness andPsychology1, 233:step. It is only by arguing from analogy that we grasp esoteric truth, and it might bring us somePsychology1, 235:best arrive at their significance. It is as we grasp the radiatory potency of the mineral kingdomPsychology1, 235:the base of the evolutionary ladder and grasp the first steps taken by the life of God, through thePsychology1, 235:at the close of this writing, the student can grasp somewhat the meaning of those symbolic words, -Psychology1, 298:step is the education of the public, and their grasp of the four essential laws. Any correction ofPsychology1, 299:and right action. Man has to learn and deeply grasp the fact that the main purpose of sex is notPsychology1, 299:underlying the sexual relation, and by its means grasp the scope of the spiritual realities. ThePsychology1, 319:off for any one under the degree of initiate to grasp their mode of development, their type ofPsychology1, 333:the zodiacal. One of the first things we need to grasp, as we study man and the rays, is the largePsychology1, 352:The true import is of course most difficult to grasp, but the general meaning can be [353]Psychology1, 359:be held clearly in mind, and students should grasp the relation of the immediate past to thePsychology1, 379:as far as the nations are concerned, and can grasp more intelligently the ray influence which, inPsychology1, 399:of humanity. The ancient tendency of the Jews to grasp and hold, and also to preserve their racialPsychology1, 405:In studying the egoic ray of man we have to grasp: The process followed - externalization. ThePsychology2, 6:of God on our manifested planetary world can grasp is a partial realization of the purpose and planPsychology2, 6:has been said, only those who are initiate can grasp some of the significance of the statement thatPsychology2, 13:the theory of unfoldment, and a mental grasp anent the facts of the initiatory process before theyPsychology2, 13:and also much loss of time. The mental grasp of the individual is oft-times much greater than hisPsychology2, 17:soul ray, "the ray of persistent and magnetic grasp", as it is occultly called, begins to becomePsychology2, 19:that only initiates of the third initiation can grasp, for even the discoveries of modern sciencePsychology2, 20:angle of a wider knowledge and a more inclusive grasp of wholes, (just as is the case with aPsychology2, 28:human, both superhuman and subhuman; nor can we grasp the fabric of God's ideal as it underlies thePsychology2, 30:from it. What that may be lies beyond the grasp of our present advanced humanity, and is only knownPsychology2, 33:intent; this is all that unenlightened man can grasp, and only that in part. The Blessed Ones arePsychology2, 48:The two are one. Naught more remains to grasp. The Word is manifest. The work is seen complete. ThePsychology2, 57:in conscious unison with the divine Idea nor grasp the Plan as it is sensed and seen by the cosmicPsychology2, 59:a newer reach of development and a fresh grasp of the great Design, coupled with a better and morePsychology2, 62:activity of the soul, or its authoritative grasp upon the mechanism of the body, is dependent forPsychology2, 64:It indicates to those who can see in truth, the grasp or hold that the soul has upon itsPsychology2, 64:upon its instrument; it can be seen whether that grasp is occasional and partial or whether it isPsychology2, 75:must always parallel the intellectual grasp of a subject, and it is this that holds back somePsychology2, 80:as they come into incarnation through desire, grasp. This expresses the nature of the forcePsychology2, 80:soul sets up a vibration (little as we may yet grasp the real significance of that word) and thatPsychology2, 81:ray. Just as souls in the first case seem to grasp indiscriminately what they need, and force thePsychology2, 90:All that the intelligent human being can grasp as he looks back over the history of the planet (asPsychology2, 90:dimensional state of consciousness and can grasp the fact that five or six dimensions arePsychology2, 106:civilization, it is necessary that aspirants grasp the fact that that salvaging process must bePsychology2, 115:planned endeavor depends upon the intellectual grasp of the members of the New Group of WorldPsychology2, 140:knowledge, which they might theoretically grasp but which they are not yet ready practically toPsychology2, 155:upon the Path of Perfection, he cannot really grasp the imperative demand of his own soul for [156]Psychology2, 159:of this Law. It is as difficult for him to grasp its implications and to measure its possiblePsychology2, 160:and a total [160] ignorance of esotericism, to grasp the significance of such an occult truth asPsychology2, 160:This statement is relatively simple to grasp intellectually by the average occult student, but isPsychology2, 175:Path. It would, however, be well if we could grasp this fact with clarity, that this simple
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