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

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Bethlehem, 51:possible and destiny dictates. We are journeying hither and thither. We are on our way, wideningDiscipleship1, 638:I will give to you. The musical wandering hither and thither of the little stream as it emergesDiscipleship2, 632:forth: We need your aid. We cannot see. Come hither with the light." In these phrases is embodiedEducation, 74:petted and often scolded. He is dragged hither and thither, according to his parents' whims andExternalisation, 240:men are seeking a solution and turning hither and thither for help and comfort. Shall the demand,Fire, 929:no longer, however, be a passive unit, swept hither and thither by the energy of his group, butGlamour, 96:which they have no control and which drive men hither and thither. He becomes aware also of forcesHercules, 28:He called his friend, saying: "Abderis, come hither and drive these horses through the Gate". AndHercules, 178:It is love of sensation that drives humanity hither and thither to satisfy hunger in the economicIntellect, 75:are trying to spell God? The mind sends us hither and thither in the work of spelling out truthIntellect, 254:activity wherein they find themselves running hither and thither serving, talking, writing andMagic, 228:conscious of duality above all else and pulled hither and thither between the two. His first stepMagic, 613:we have the apparently ceaseless pulling hither and thither by forces, working blindly andMagic, 633:are often in conflict and they are pulled hither and thither as they respond first to one and thenPatanjali, 71:for solution or for solace, a constant running hither and thither in search of peace. It is thePatanjali, 206:or to be one-pointed. The mind no longer flits hither and thither but becomes controlled andProblems, 101:were on the move in Europe, homeless, drifting hither and thither (along with many thousands ofPsychology1, xx:would achieve great things. So many people run hither and thither after this individual or that, orPsychology2, 360:achieve his goal when he is ceaselessly running hither and thither - weaving, manipulating,Psychology2, 466:sense of inferiority, too much speech, a running hither and thither for explanation, comfort,
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