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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - JOHN
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Intellect, 97:any man shall do his will, he shall know..." (John 7, 17.) These three factors - obedience, aIntellect, 167:am the part, and it the soul of me." - Muirhead, John Spencer, Quiet, The Oxford Book of EnglishIntellect, 177:every man decideth The Way his Soul should go." John Oxenham We have outlined the method throughMagic, 313:but is in the nature of a forerunner - of a St. John the Baptist, who "baptiseth with water (astralMeditation, 266:the Master," a position analogous to that which John, the beloved disciple, held in the BibleMeditation, 355:and the "word" in its metaphysical sense. (See John 1:1-3.) Lord of Civilization see MahachohanPatanjali, 92:is the meaning behind the occult words of St. John's Epistle "We shall be like Him for we shall seePatanjali, 111:and hast loved them, as thou hast loved me." (John XVII, 20-23.) [112] Patanjali, 195:is hinted at in the first [195] Epistle of St. John where the words are found "We shall be like HimPatanjali, 273:Word was God. All things were made by Him..." (John I, 1, 2.) Here, in the Christian Bible, is thePatanjali, 322:"He that hath seen me hath seen the Father" (John XIV.) Patanjali, xi:in evolution at which the Christ now stands. John, the beloved disciple, has said that "we shall beProblems, 131:of new life following the advent of Pope John XXIII can be nourished and developed. Psychology2, 231:tremendous utterances, expressed for us in St. John XVII, are the call to synthesis, and urge usRays, 173:to elucidate in the seventeenth chapter of St. John's Gospel. There is no other passage in theRays, 757:Christ was a Jew. In the 17th chapter of St. John's Gospel (which is another of the major spiritualReappearance, 49:shall ye do, because I go unto my Father." (John XIV, 12.) He here indicates that this passing toReappearance, 85:and that they may have it more abundantly." (John X, 10.) The Life Aspect - from the angle of theReappearance, 86:"being born again" to which He Himself referred (John III, 3.) when here on Earth before. This newReappearance, 87:"No man cometh unto the Father but by me." (John XIV, 6.) This was a foretelling of the work whichReappearance, 114:my own will but the will of Him Who sent me." (John VI, 38.) He proved His acquiescence when HeReappearance, 116:man sin or his fathers that he was born blind?" (John IX, 2.), they refuse the implications; orReappearance, 117:born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of God." (John III, 3.) Only souls can function as citizensReappearance, 133:if I be lifted up, will draw all men unto Me." (John XII, 32.) The combined work of these two greatReappearance, 141:sheep I have which are not of this fold." (John X, 16.) Reappearance, 145:the ages. "As He is, so are we in this world" (I John IV, 17.) is another Biblical statement.Soul, 92:Shiv-Samhita and the Shatchakra Nirupanam. Sir John Woodroffe (Arthur Avalon) has done much,Soul, 95:may pass into another." - Avalon,Arthur (Sir John Woodroffe), The Serpent Power, p. 89. In anotherSoul, 96:sought to construct the world." - Woodroffe, Sir John (Arthur Avalon), Shakti and Shakta, p 167.Soul, 96:dissociates before our eyes." - Woodroffe, Sir John (Arthur Avalon), Shakti and Shakta, p. 170. Soul, 100:other form of Power proceeds." - Woodroffe, Sir John (Arthur Avalon), Shakti and Shakta, p. 207.Soul, 105:in its aspect as Prana." - Avalon, Arthur (Sir John Woodroffe), The Serpent Power, p. 3. These twoSoul, 125:"He that hath seen me hath seen the Father." (John XIV, 9.) He said also, "He that believeth on Me,Soul, 125:these shall he do; because I go unto My Father" (John XIV, 12.) He was the Soul incarnate in theSoul, 125:the dead. (See Luke XXIV, 36, Mark XVI, 14, John XX, 19, John XI). Mahima - the power to include orSoul, 125:(See Luke XXIV, 36, Mark XVI, 14, John XX, 19, John XI). Mahima - the power to include or makeSoul, 125:Christ knew all things. (Matt. XII, 25, John II, 24, John VI, 64.) Laghima - the power to makeSoul, 125:knew all things. (Matt. XII, 25, John II, 24, John VI, 64.) Laghima - the power to make oneselfSoul, 126:and clairaudience. (Christ was both clairvoyant, John I, 48, and clairaudient, John XII, 29.)Soul, 126:both clairvoyant, John I, 48, and clairaudient, John XII, 29.) Prakamega - the power to preserveSoul, 126:with the same body, apparently, that they knew. (John XX, 20-27). Visitvan - the power of selfSoul, 158:About Ourselves, H. A. Overstreet Behaviorism, John B. Watson History of Psychology, W. B.Soul, 159:of Tantra (2 Vols.), Arthur Avalon (Sir John Woodroffe) Raja Yoga, Swami Vivekananda The SerpentSoul, 159:The Serpent Power, Arthur Avalon (Sir John Woodroffe) Shakti and Shakta, Sir John Woodroffe (ArthurSoul, 159:(Sir John Woodroffe) Shakti and Shakta, Sir John Woodroffe (Arthur Avalon) Shatchakra NirupanamSoul, 159:Sir Oliver Lodge The Garland of Letters, Sir John Woodroffe (Arthur Avalon) The Human Atmosphere,
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