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

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Astrology, 574:a position directly to approach. I touch here on grave mysteries. There awakens in him, therefore,Autobiography, 73:to the door of our sitting-room, with a very grave face, and asked if I would mind coming out intoBethlehem, 23:of the words: "Oh death, where is thy sting? Oh grave where is thy victory?" (I Cor., XV, 55.) SuchBethlehem, 61:are (12) the nailing to a tree, (13) the empty grave, (14) the glad Resurrection (as in the casesBethlehem, 235:in the risen Christ and in the life beyond the grave. They have argued along many lines as to theBethlehem, 248:could not hold Him, nor could the chains of the grave prevent His liberation. The first thought isDiscipleship2, 245:of small usefulness. It serves only to increase grave responsibility with its attendantDiscipleship2, 601:realize that they are (or rather have been) as grave as yours. Some day I will give the groupExternalisation, 5:the earth, and that the effect is a cause of grave concern to all the Masters, Their disciples andExternalisation, 25:I call you to a more complete 'fasting,' to a grave silence, to an inner focalization, to a purityExternalisation, 184:of cities, the women and children, are in grave danger of injury and death and are forced to liveExternalisation, 375:but the nationalistic spirit constitutes a grave peril to the world; if perpetuated in any form,Fire, 362:thus bringing about another alignment of very grave moment. This carries with it specialHealing, 253:tendencies and active predispositions cause grave concern, and to all this must be addedHealing, 319:is not so far away as you might think. Today, grave dangers attend the process of hasteningHealing, 319:require most careful working out, and even then grave and serious issues might develop. But someHealing, 603:center by the healer; this could bring about a grave condition of over-emotionalism and even acuteHercules, 88:whilst, the early Christians called it "the grave of Lazarus", who was raised from the dead. InHercules, 88:raised from the dead. In these words, "coffin", "grave", "crab", and in the reference which weHercules, 131:sense of humor. Much of what people regard with grave and serious earnestness has decidedlyMagic, 174:in the history of the world. The crisis is so grave and the need of the world so great, that thoseProblems, 113:so by the white people. The white people face a grave responsibility and it lies in their hands toProblems, 170:of the inequality of opportunity, of the grave abuses, of the entrenched distinctions between manPsychology2, 169:of beauty, there was found the darkness of the grave... The voice then chanted forth these words:Rays, 86:the human spirit is disappearing, the rocky grave of humanity is breaking open and releasing men toRays, 203:the Council Chamber of the Lord. [203] These are grave and solemn thoughts, and of small use to the
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