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

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Bethlehem, 58:- The Bhagavad Gita, Translation of Charles Johnston, IV, 7, 8. Again and again such teachers haveBethlehem, 124:- The Bhagavad Gita, Commentary by Charles Johnston, p. 26. A greater than Arjuna (who stands asBethlehem, 143:whole as fused and blended in divinity, Charles Johnston points out that: "The truth would seem toBethlehem, 143:it." - The Bhagavad Gita, translated by Charles Johnston, p. 128. This realization is far from theFire, 319:" - Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Book III, 32. (C. Johnston's Edition.) Fire, 868:Sutras of Patanjali, Book II, 1, 2, 32, 43 (C. Johnston's Edition). 76 The three Halls throughPatanjali, 27:soul each day upon the physical plane. Charles Johnston in his translation seeks to give thisPatanjali, 36:found in a later sutra as translated by Charles Johnston, which expresses this thought inPatanjali, 69:the mind as its instrument of vision. Charles Johnston translates the same Sutra as follows: "ThePatanjali, 76:and calm. The idea is well covered by Charles Johnston in the words of his translation of thisPatanjali, 109:has been very clearly and ably stated by Charles Johnston in his commentary on this sutra asPatanjali, 160:excellent translation of this sutra as given by Johnston which runs as follows: "The seer is purePatanjali, 190:of their opposite. The translation by Johnston gives the same idea in very beautiful words and thePatanjali, 228:mind is prepared for concentrated meditation. Johnston's edition gives a beautiful rendering ofPatanjali, 257:the A.B.C. and graduate in the technique. [257] Johnston in his commentary says: "...The means ofPatanjali, 259:are still more vague, with the exception of Johnston's translation. He gives us the following whichPatanjali, 264:as constituting one whole. In his commentary, Johnston gives us a picture of the ideas involved, inPatanjali, 291:enumerated as follows: The awakened inner Light (Johnston), The Light in the head (Johnston), ThePatanjali, 291:inner Light (Johnston), The Light in the head (Johnston), The Light of immediate cognitionPatanjali, 317:and necessary, is pictured for us by Charles Johnston on page 123 of his edition. He says: "ThisPatanjali, 332:in the book and the translation by Charles Johnston should here be noted: "By mastery of thePatanjali, 338:hearing referred to in the sutra. In Charles Johnston's comments on this sutra, he covers thePatanjali, 342:to all the others with the exception of Johnston's, and which runs as follows: "Mastery over thePatanjali, 356:been well described in the comment of Charles Johnston on this sutra and the beauty of his [357]Patanjali, 367:In his comment upon this sutra, Charles Johnston quotes from St. Columba and says: "Some there are,Patanjali, 394:can prevent it, nothing can stop it. Charles Johnston expresses it in his commentary in thePatanjali, 408:This has been translated most ably by Charles Johnston in the words: "An object is perceived or it
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