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Astrology, 480:- the only two which are. When the disciple grasps the meaning behind this triplicity, he will beAtom, 120:its knowledge is very relative. The more a man grasps and knows, the greater is the horizon whichDiscipleship2, 142:as his intuition awakens. The Ashram, as he grasps more of its purposes and becomes accustomed toDiscipleship2, 361:and work with the group in terms of the Plan. He grasps eventually that in relation to humanity,Discipleship2, 421:before realized was in existence, and this he grasps up to another point of limitation. You have,Discipleship2, 422:in his consciousness is not enough. The initiate grasps the fact that he is presented with aDiscipleship2, 542:spiritual influence and an understanding which grasps essentials and sees life in a truerDiscipleship2, 755:the Master sees; the essential quality which he grasps, and the major need which emerges. [756]Education, 11:to appropriate, becomes self-conscious and grasps for the personal self. [12] Response to theExternalisation, 58:this time. The sigh of relief from A.A.B. as she grasps the fact that there is one less group toExternalisation, 78:will do this latter with great facility, when he grasps, as a race, the significance andExternalisation, 215:a pronounced cruelty which reaches out and grasps what it wants, irrespective of any other rights,Fire, 352:or a man is for us impossible. Only as one grasps the fact that each planetary scheme, forGlamour, 42:a Master through conscious mastering. He grasps the fact that all that appears and all that happensGlamour, 43:in his own experiences [43] and nature, and grasps then the fundamental fact that only those forcesGlamour, 127:which he, as a disciple, has to work. Once he grasps the relation of the lower major duality (thatIntellect, 159:knowledge which is so wide and synthetic in its grasps that we cover it by the nebulous term, theIntellect, 193:highest power of the soul and therewith the soul grasps the divine good. Free will is the power ofIntellect, 241:a mental form, first of all, and some mind grasps them and ponders upon them, or passes them on toIntellect, 245:world if he continues to be good. Gladly he grasps the mantle of the prophet, and with unshakenMagic, 16:knowledge" of the Hindu philosophy. When man grasps a fragment of it and absorbs it into the racialMagic, 63:opposites is to go on. Once however that he grasps the fact he is watching the effect of the cyclicMagic, 90:is covered by the word "Service". He grasps, gropingly at first, the idea of the unity of the Life,Magic, 260:personality. Though every true aspirant as he grasps the magnitude of the Plan and surveys theMagic, 333:forms. This will be possible only as the race grasps the above hypothesis, and recognizes it as aMagic, 575:are still symbols of acquisitiveness but he only grasps that which [576] is needed for the helpingMeditation, 215:is meditation. When the intelligence grasps the scientific facts anent this subject, then comes thePsychology1, 57:to the purpose and intent [57] of that whole. He grasps that purpose little by little as he swingsPsychology1, 61:thus: "When the right hand of the man of matter grasps the flower of life and plucks it forPsychology1, 61:"When the right hand of the man of matter grasps the golden lotus of the soul, the left descendsPsychology1, 61:holds the golden lotus firm and the left hand grasps the flower of life, man finds himself to bePsychology1, 205:rays make the perfectly balanced historian who grasps his subject in a large way and verifies everyPsychology1, 341:future, the main center of attention. When man grasps this and lives by this knowledge, then thePsychology2, 47:the man, who stands before the Angel, knows. He grasps the meaning of the painted sign which thePsychology2, 141:ray, the activity is not so intelligent. He grasps the idea that is needed by the race, but he willPsychology2, 366:words of the fourth ray formula. Man sees and grasps the final purpose for the race and thePsychology2, 395:upon the later [395] stages of the Path also grasps the plans, purposes and materialized ideas ofPsychology2, 395:pure intuitional infallible comprehension which grasps cause and effect simultaneously, and seesPsychology2, 431:value will be found illuminating as the patient grasps the fact that behind him lie points ofPsychology2, 454:such as Over activity o the mind, which grasps and sees too much. The revelation of glamor andPsychology2, 468:sometimes with suddenness and sometimes slowly - grasps and sees too much. It becomes aware of tooRays, 33:the truth goes out, and gradually the initiate grasps the uses of heat, warmth, light and energy;Rays, 50:of the divine creating Logos. When the initiate grasps this and identifies himself with it, hisRays, 72:not yet understand all that his group as a whole grasps; he is himself not understood by those onRays, 82:at the third initiation the initiate grasps what is meant when the One in Whom we live and move andRays, 155:Here the initiate has reached the point where he grasps the significant fact that the way into theRays, 292:disciple to a better knowledge of himself; he grasps the fact that he himself, the microcosm, isRays, 517:once he intuitively comprehends and factually grasps the concept that spirit-matter are oneRays, 538:within that greater Light he knows and sees, grasps and absorbs that which has hitherto been darkRays, 766:a search of strenuous decision. The hand that grasps the key must have the nail-mark through the
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