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Astrology, 226:whereon the soul is found, blind and apparently helpless, the Word goes forth in the followingAutobiography, 50:their own voices and know everything, then I am helpless and often afraid. I do not care if peopleAutobiography, 68:worked against me, but I felt miserable and [68] helpless. On the way to Meerut from Bombay he hadBethlehem, 216:ignorance and the feebleness of man. He was as helpless as a little child, and in His words HeBethlehem, 241:comes, it catches them unawares; they are left helpless and unable to do more than simply die. TheDiscipleship1, 603:from the group soul. But blinded and, seemingly, helpless. No one can help you, my brother. YouDiscipleship2, 76:I - owing to the free will of the disciple - am helpless. Another reason upon which I must veryExternalisation, 184:Empire must be restored - at the expense of the helpless little peoples; the culture of France mustExternalisation, 196:of competition and the facility with which the helpless and weak can be exploited. [197] No oneExternalisation, 214:and republics. Fear, terror and a sense of helpless futility govern the reactions of the one, andExternalisation, 310:to the rescue of humanity, and thus snatch the helpless masses back from [311] slavery and death.Externalisation, 379:and its races so many that he feels himself a helpless, insignificant unit. He has no academic orExternalisation, 379:than for good. Of this tendency the negative and helpless attitude of the German people under theExternalisation, 430:stand bewildered, sensing the truth but feeling helpless in the face of the gigantic horror whichExternalisation, 473:whilst the plight of the unthinking but helpless masses has reached an inconceivable height ofExternalisation, 620:futile and innocuous manner. He finds himself helpless before the task of organizing andFire, 109:extraneous astral currents against which man is helpless; the brain tissue may be literallyFire, 640:be burned and destroyed by fire; he is helpless before volcanic action, and cannot protect himselfGlamour, 85:and of conditions in which he is entirely helpless. He is the victim of mass force, hidden in theGlamour, 116:as a whole and of the planetary state. He feels helpless, inert, feeble and hopeless. He cannotGlamour, 125:is prone and for many lives proves himself the helpless victim of that which he later discovers toGlamour, 150:of the ordinary man. Under their influence he is helpless for they inspire all his thinking, allHealing, 94:physical levels. The majority of people are helpless to do anything about it, as the forces whichHealing, 522:will of that which is enfolded is entirely helpless. You might argue, brother of mine, that thisHercules, 49:of human expression in which divinity is helpless, and this I refuse to recognize. There is noHercules, 108:slay that which he has created; he has to render helpless that which has been the great protectingInitiation, 210:thus through many aeons. Lo, when the hands are helpless held, and cannot grasp and hold, the innerIntellect, 221:which he has learned to register and being helpless to escape from the contacts of both theIntellect, 221:sights and sounds - also makes an impact he is helpless; he cannot shut his eyes and remove himselfProblems, 72:in their hands. They are frequently rendered helpless by their fellow executives and their handsProblems, 101:many thousands of other nationalities, however), helpless in the hands of a cruel fate, or not soProblems, 101:helpless in the hands of a cruel fate, or not so helpless but organized by certain political groupsProblems, 104:but meted out also to Poles, Greeks and the helpless of many nations. This is a point which thePsychology1, 256:then far more potent than the human, men were helpless before the onslaughts of the animals, andPsychology2, 29:we call "acts of God", and before these he is helpless. He has no choice and no escape. Herein liesPsychology2, 484:realize that destiny never intended man to be a helpless victim of circumstance or thePsychology2, 579:other ways in which the human being is rendered helpless and unfitted to cope with daily living andPsychology2, 633:the playthings of the better informed and are helpless in the hands of those who seek to use themPsychology2, 633:psychology, mob rule, and mob violence. They are helpless, exploited and - because they are anPsychology2, 670:these extremes the masses swing, - inert, helpless, unthinking, easily swayed, regimented andPsychology2, 677:of selfish aggrandizement at the expense of the helpless, of personal ambition, and of war will noReappearance, 162:too terrible, and he himself seems too small and helpless. Nevertheless, the mass of straightReappearance, 167:futile and innocuous manner. He finds himself helpless before the task of organizing andTelepathy, 39:pressure to bear that an individual or group is helpless under the impact of other minds, you have
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