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

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Astrology, 114:and then start to prove the accuracy of the hypothesis. Ancient astrology was obviously incompleteAstrology, 390:beyond your reason (even when regarding it as a hypothesis hereto unproven) you are graduallyAstrology, 421:justify the information I ask you to accept as hypothesis. Next I will deal with analysis of threeAstrology, 516:human being; it remains in the form of an hypothesis, to be proved or disproved. The man who isAtom, 19:it may be possible to say, at least, that the hypothesis that He exists is a reasonable one, a [20]Atom, 36:rightly or wrongly, I have a very definite hypothesis to put before you. When we talk about radium,Atom, 45:working through and in them, we should have a hypothesis whereby the entire cosmic scheme could beAtom, 48:larger atom, the group. This makes the entire hypothesis not merely a wild dream, but a practicallyAtom, 50:based on essentials, and starts with a logical hypothesis, perhaps it will lead us to the solutionAtom, 50:are both painful and distressing; granted the hypothesis upon which we are working, it may,Atom, 61:It may therefore seem to some of us a logical hypothesis that just as the atom of chemistry is aAtom, 61:idea. In all these extensions of our final hypothesis, the same triplicity can be seen; anAtom, 77:the goal of my endeavor is to put before you a hypothesis and a suggestion which may have within itAtom, 80:concept, if there is a grain of reality in our hypothesis, and if there is a substratum of truth inAtom, 98:and then we said that, if we were right in our hypothesis about the atom, if we were right inAtom, 119:all together, and from their aggregate form an hypothesis as to what may be the possible goal.Autobiography, 197:beliefs at all but who are willing to accept an hypothesis and attempt to prove its worth. TheAutobiography, 288:but who accept the teaching as a working hypothesis. Both groups are then instructed in the rulesBethlehem, 234:and even with fear. Henceforth the central hypothesis which men call God was known as love, andDestiny, 4:as not warranting acceptance as a possible hypothesis and as not demonstrating a truth which can beDiscipleship1, X:- a knowledge gained through the acceptance of a hypothesis in the first place, a conviction thatDiscipleship1, X:in the first place, a conviction that this, hypothesis is backed by adequate testimony and plannedDiscipleship1, 644:seven rays and accept this teaching as a proven hypothesis; be not deterred from this acceptance byDiscipleship1, 644:If you accept and determine this occult hypothesis as your basic premise and apply all you mayDiscipleship2, 326:I have said above you can accept as a possible hypothesis without outraging your common sense orDiscipleship2, 645:your mind already has received as theory and hypothesis. You stand today, my brother, at a majorEducation, 86:Finally, education should surely present the hypothesis of the soul in man as the interior factorEducation, 143:points must be accepted by students as a working hypothesis prior to all attempted work: 1. TheExternalisation, 389:theme. I simply ask for your acceptance of the hypothesis (an hypothesis which is a fact to manyExternalisation, 389:ask for your acceptance of the hypothesis (an hypothesis which is a fact to many millions and aExternalisation, 417:the techniques suggested, in the hope that hypothesis may turn to fact. This last group is steadilyFire, viii:teaching will be increasingly accepted as an hypothesis to be proved less by scholasticism,Fire, xiv:reader and student as simply providing a working hypothesis, and a suggestive explanation. To theFire, 33:may come to be regarded as providing a logical hypothesis concerning the nature and origin ofFire, 151:that science itself likewise formulates the hypothesis that the solar ring-pass-not similarlyFire, 175:else in the process of formation." Such is the "hypothesis fully in accordance with (your) (my)Fire, 238:to find the solution) end in the cul-de-sac of hypothesis, and in the recognition of an ultimateFire, 239:carry out specific purposes of His own. But this hypothesis is but the rock bottom fact underlyingFire, 454:reality of the hitherto metaphysical hypothesis and religious dogma of the unseen world of thoughtFire, 483:190. II, 55, 90. The teachings are offered as a hypothesis. - II, 469. We must lose sight entirelyFire, 638:by the occultist, and until it has developed the hypothesis that this ether is in differingFire, 708:identity on the physical plane, a working hypothesis is provided whereby man can scientificallyFire, 812:men accept this [812] teaching as a working hypothesis, and then begin to note, for instance, theFire, 815:to accept these truths as a working [815] hypothesis to be utilized as a basis for experiment untilFire, 1070:is admitted by them to be a plausible [1070] hypothesis. Then the goal of their endeavor will beFire, 1084:is being taken into consideration as a welcome hypothesis. Scientists have not yet admitted intoGlamour, 211:and is based upon the acceptance of the hypothesis of light, upon the recognition of the fact thatHealing, 10:as the expression of a Life. Given also the hypothesis that these outer bodies of divinity, theHealing, 109:and give some indication by figures of this hypothesis: In the first solar system there was oneHealing, 241:studying effects, after accepting as a possible hypothesis the suggestions I have made. A properHealing, 310:is that modern medicine does not yet permit the hypothesis of hidden cause except those superficialHealing, 316:today, to handle these cases on the hypothesis which I have posited, and that is a definiteHealing, 368:light upon what he says, or which may negate his hypothesis. Then they would be growing [369] andHealing, 380:of you, it was at its best a "possibly accurate" hypothesis. I would here ask you to note thisHealing, 381:factually proven; to you it may be an adequate hypothesis or a questionable and non-acceptableHealing, 437:a theory, a process of wishful thinking, a hypothesis or an urge. It is realized as an innateHealing, 473:to accept them as an interesting and possible hypothesis awaiting verification; to believe themHercules, 11:struggled into a realm where all appears to be hypothesis and inference. All that we surely know isInitiation, vii:may be worth as a formulation of an interesting hypothesis. To those who anticipate such aInitiation, 26:Let us therefore accept these ideas as a working hypothesis as to the consummation of theIntellect, 37:to realize. Religion starts with the accepted hypothesis of the unseen and the mystical. ButIntellect, 121:mind as distinct from the brain; they hold the hypothesis that it is a subjective substantialIntellect, 124:The advance into the unknown begins with a hypothesis, and a hypothesis is nothing but a more orIntellect, 124:into the unknown begins with a hypothesis, and a hypothesis is nothing but a more or lessIntellect, 124:with experience, so that, if possible, the hypothesis can be tested and rationalized." - Fischer,Intellect, 124:of mind control when we must proceed upon hypothesis. Yet, primarily, it will be hypothesis only toIntellect, 124:upon hypothesis. Yet, primarily, it will be hypothesis only to the materially-minded, for theIntellect, 125:forward, it might be of value if we defined the hypothesis upon which we will now proceed. It mightIntellect, 125:as any other field of investigation. This is our hypothesis and upon it we will proceed.Intellect, 131:the verge of the transcendental. We proceed upon hypothesis. The tangible and the objective areIntellect, 205:question is as follows: First: We accept the hypothesis that there is a soul, and that that soulIntellect, 205:control his mind. Second: Upon the basis of this hypothesis, we begin to coordinate the threeIntellect, 211:force in the region of the pituitary body. The hypothesis upon which the newer school in theIntellect, 215:work. It is as justifiable to accept such an hypothesis as the above as to accept any hypothesis,Intellect, 215:such an hypothesis as the above as to accept any hypothesis, as a working basis for investigationIntellect, 215:and investigation. Having formulated our hypothesis and accepted it temporarily we proceed with theIntellect, 215:or until our attention is no longer engaged. An hypothesis is not necessarily false because itMagic, 6:willing to accept its fundamentals as a working hypothesis until these are demonstrated to beMagic, 7:student of the succeeding pages as providing an hypothesis worthy of his consideration and trial.Magic, 17:open-minded of the academicians as a possible hypothesis, but lacking demonstration. It is notMagic, 32:investigating philosopher, willing to accept an hypothesis on the basis of its possibility, butMagic, 333:be possible only as the race grasps the above hypothesis, and recognizes it as a possibility andMagic, 333:field has launched forth with faith in some hypothesis he has formed, and has investigated andMagic, 362:brain limitations and the accepting of an hypothesis. Believe these hypotheses possible unless yourPatanjali, 281:this fact that demonstrates the reality of the hypothesis that there is nothing but energy of someProblems, 59:Finally, education should surely present the hypothesis of the soul in man as the interior factorPsychology1, xxii:not consider the arguments for or against the hypothesis of there being a soul - universal, cosmic,Psychology1, xxii:book from the angle of a temporarily accepted hypothesis, and thus seek to gather those analogiesPsychology1, xxv:given is veiled in symbolism and offered as an hypothesis, it should at the same time be unveiledPsychology1, 61:treatise students will have to accept [61] the hypothesis that every human being is swept intoPsychology1, 99:century with greater glory still. When the hypothesis of the soul is accepted, when the nature ofPsychology1, 103:first, for the admission of the soul as a sound hypothesis, and secondly, for the demonstration ofPsychology1, 141:students and seekers they must be accepted as an hypothesis: One: There is one Life, whichPsychology1, 183:Certain scientists will accept the hypothesis of immortality as a working basis upon which to basePsychology1, 183:will, in their turn, form the basis for another hypothesis. Within the next few years the fact ofPsychology1, 223:and through a readiness to act on suggested hypothesis will man increase his capacity to see lifePsychology1, 348:national and cyclic rays, provide an interesting hypothesis which can be intelligently acceptedPsychology2, 138:be discovered through the admission of the Ray hypothesis and an observation of the methodsPsychology2, 303:as one which, though as yet for him only an hypothesis, fits the facts as he knows them better thanPsychology2, 303:one can safely predict, eventually change his hypothesis into a living fact, if he studies himself
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