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

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Discipleship1, 34:on terror of being derided, misunderstood and judged; these are all unworthy motives. Among theDiscipleship2, 335:When Christ said: "Judge not and ye shall not be judged," he indicated a state of mind whereDiscipleship2, 530:know we are oft betrayed at the point where we judged ourselves the strongest. Nevertheless, theFire, 980:say, and by the things we leave unsaid and are judged by the quality of our conversation. We thinkFire, 1182:and [1182] secondary. These streams of energy, judged by their effects, are called in humanGlamour, 75:expression of that which he believes, will be judged as caustically and pay as high a price as doesHercules, 38:our own natures of wrongly spoken words and ill-judged actions. Again the soul, in the person ofInitiation, 119:definite results in the initiate, and thus it is judged by the Hierarchy to be the necessaryMagic, 114:comes by the punishment that follows an ill-judged act. Their superiors stand by to turn to goodMagic, 613:the great illusion holds sway can therefore be judged, from the above symbolic approach, to be butMeditation, 30:had taken to itself an atom on the mental plane) judged the time ripe for taking possession of theMeditation, 234:of large masses of people can be gauged and judged. It is in this way that the members of theMeditation, 345:is not guided by the well meant though often ill-judged suggestions, requests and demands of hisMeditation, 347:who in everyday matters does slovenly and ill-judged work? A further method of service shews itselfPatanjali, 27:the reasons for its achievement correctly judged, and the results to be gained most earnestlyPsychology1, 107:alone these writings and communications must be judged. These communications emanate in thePsychology1, 231:delayed in its fruition by the ill-timed and ill-judged efforts of the earnest follower of thePsychology2, 95:Now they are misunderstood, misinterpreted, and judged by their mistakes more than by their aims.Soul, 37:feel like a genius, but unless the results are judged under the same influence they are strangely
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