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

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Psychology2, 324:Law of Rebirth is admitted as the most likely hypothesis, there will be no real understanding ofPsychology2, 334:of the soul will be admitted as a reasonable hypothesis, and the fact that there may be anPsychology2, 403:can be proved by the acceptance of an immediate hypothesis, has led to much loss of time. WhenPsychology2, 552:are admitted - even if only as a possible hypothesis. The little understood thymus gland holds thePsychology2, 705:of there being a scientific acceptance of the hypothesis of their existence, even if thisPsychology2, 720:which may only be an interesting supposition, hypothesis or chimera to us: Rays, 99:a theory, a process of wishful thinking, an hypothesis or an urge. It is realized as an innateRays, 133:is to many thinkers an established fact; the hypothesis that there may be a Hierarchy is aRays, 559:and nations though positing (as a necessary hypothesis) previous but unknown cycles of human livingSoul, 14:a single unit. I seek, therefore, to present an hypothesis to prove the correctness of theSoul, 56:to the Western mind it must be presented as an hypothesis, to be submitted to test, to stand provedSoul, 56:of an agent outside of universal substance - an hypothesis contrary to all fact and possibility -Soul, 62:century, Robert Boyle brought forward the same hypothesis and ascribed two functions to ether, toSoul, 81:hand reveals itself materially, but is also the hypothesis of the consciousness, differs from bothSoul, 87:and the knowledge of this fact inspired the hypothesis of a sensory center to which the termSoul, 95:in a state of motion. The present scientific hypothesis would appear to be as follows. There is noSoul, 129:result of our investigation, and form a triple hypothesis to account for man as an organism,Soul, 131:be, to start with, a willingness to accept an hypothesis, for hypotheses have always been theSoul, 131:for knowledge. We assume then, as a working hypothesis that man is a soul and possesses a body, andSoul, 134:the race is now at the stage where, basing its hypothesis upon the mystical experiences of theSoul, 138:to all psychical investigators, and when the hypothesis of the vital body and the centers isSoul, 144:throw any light on our problem, provided the hypothesis of an etheric body is admitted? Is the haloSoul, 145:itself be superseded by some more perfect hypothesis, perhaps by some perfectly different way ofSoul, 155:century incline to do, that the mechanistic hypothesis, valuable as it has proved itself to be as aSoul, 157:of massing evidence to prove or disprove an hypothesis would appear to be capable of application.Telepathy, 145:greater detail. This will suffice as an initial hypothesis upon which to work. The amount of energy
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