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Autobiography, 252:their love and their grasp of circumstance, they know that in a later life or lives the majority ofAutobiography, 265:schools. A study of these themes will help us to know what esoteric teaching is and aid us to workAutobiography, 267:"disciple" and so be able, some day, to say, "I know this Master or that." At the same time, theAutobiography, 267:becomes his first great endeavor. He comes to know himself and struggles to work as a consciousAutobiography, 279:subsidiary studies about which the disciple must know something prior to entering the futureAutobiography, 279:idea of the esoteric teaching; he will then know along which of the many lines he, as anAutobiography, 283:and make service the expression of what you know. These three things should be your main spiritualAutobiography, 285:make his own adjustments in these matters. We know that the soul imposes its own disciplines uponAutobiography, 285:the personality. It is our task to train him to know his own soul and to be obedient to theAutobiography, 291:given by Christ) that "by their fruits ye shall know them"; the fact is emphasized that theAutobiography, 294:A yearly statement is sent out and the students know exactly what it costs to finance the School.Autobiography, 294:and wish of the student. There is, as you well know, no official, theological, dogmatic impositionAutobiography, 297:in conscious relationship to the highest that we know about Hierarchical work. We therefore seek toAutobiography, 298:her own personal spiritual status. This we well know. The powerful and amazingly effective andAutobiography, 298:our esoteric background as a group. We know that He whom we are accustomed to refer to as theAutobiography, 299:Age. D.K worked with the great disciple whom we know as H.P.B. Her writings, and especially TheAutobiography, 299:other activities and responsibilities that we know little about. Also the time had come when in theAutobiography, 300:already achieved, which is greater than we know, will be only the smaller part of the ultimateBethlehem, 6:Doctrine, by H.P. Blavatsky, Vol. III, p.55. We know much of the exoteric teaching. Orthodox andBethlehem, 14:Four Noble Truths. These are, as most of us well know: That existence in the phenomenal universe isBethlehem, 20:next revelation of divinity. If all that we now know of God is all that can be known, the divinityBethlehem, 23:which enables the initiate to sing and to know the meaning of the words: "Oh death, where is thyBethlehem, 27:them that it is so; yet within themselves they know nothing of the process whereby they can passBethlehem, 27:he says about this revelation of his duality: "I know that in me [that is, in my flesh] dwelleth noBethlehem, 30:The Love of God, encircling all the earth, Then know thyself initiate in the Mysteries The wise menBethlehem, 37:to do so again today. Some day, as all Masons know, these Words which have been spoken periodicallyBethlehem, 38:has to pass through that experience wherein we know ourselves to be a "Word made Flesh," and untilBethlehem, 51:a fact in his own personal experience; he must know Christ; he must also follow Christ stage byBethlehem, 52:will "come forth from the center" we do not know, for it will not be heard until the race is ready.Bethlehem, 53:all things new. It lives and moves in those who know the Self as One. May that peace brood over us;Bethlehem, 62:Williamson has the following: 'All Christians know that the 25th December is now the recognizedBethlehem, 70:really does matter in the cosmic scheme. We know that it does not much matter what happens to theBethlehem, 75:His time there, we are told nothing. All that we know is covered by the words: "They returned intoBethlehem, 77:been expressed in the home, and among those who know us well and are our familiar friends, itBethlehem, 88:apparatus," as the psychologists call it. We know that man is a physical animal as well as anBethlehem, 100:a future of service, consciously undertaken, and know that from that time on nothing will be theBethlehem, 102:connection: "About Jesus' earlier development we know nothing. All lies in the dark. Only this isBethlehem, 106:of the ancient world, as we can begin to know it. The New Testament opens with the appearance of aBethlehem, 106:who can lead them beyond what they already know, but this he cannot do until he has become theirBethlehem, 108:The inference is that we are allowed to know about the temptation in order to teach us, as humanBethlehem, 118:part of it. Maya is vital in character, and we know little of its effect upon the physical planeBethlehem, 128:world and the glory of them would be His; and we know enough about Him to realize that there wouldBethlehem, 136:of Deity, we have always been told that we know God through His nature, and that nature is SpiritBethlehem, 136:are the three major aspects of divinity, and we know no others; but that does not mean that weBethlehem, 136:deeper into the divine Nature. We do not yet know the Father. Christ revealed Him, but the FatherBethlehem, 143:integral, intelligent parts of the whole. They know what they are doing, and why they do it. InBethlehem, 146:wall, the gross flesh hems it in. ...And, to know Rather consists in opening out a way Whence theBethlehem, 149:race and point of development of the seer. We know only that the divine stands revealed, while theBethlehem, 149:hearing without ears, Free from all form, I know. But me None knows. For I am Spirit, am Being." -Bethlehem, 154:of this wonderful story. Peter, as we well know, means "rock." Here is the foundation, the mostBethlehem, 156:reality. But such moments are rare indeed. We know God is. We know reality exists. But life, withBethlehem, 156:such moments are rare indeed. We know God is. We know reality exists. But life, with its emphasisBethlehem, 157:love and intellect combined, plus the power to know, which is inherent in the soul, whichBethlehem, 167:began again to serve. He was met, as well we know, by a person in distress, and He at onceBethlehem, 175:and of the Ascension connected with it, we know practically nothing, beyond the fact that ChristBethlehem, 179:of Christ constitutes no problem to those who know Him. They realize, past all controversy, that HeBethlehem, 179:past all controversy, that He exists. They know Whom they have believed. (II Tim., I, 12.) ForBethlehem, 179:of His life story, but Christ they know, and with Him they tread life's pathway. They may argueBethlehem, 186:and theological misinterpretation: "I long to know Christ and the power which is in HisBethlehem, 189:with the glory of the children of God. "For we know that the whole of Creation is moaning in theBethlehem, 193:ever before is the sincere belief of all who know. Theology over-reached itself with its "miserableBethlehem, 202:and with deliberation to do that which we know is wrong and undesirable. Where there is no suchBethlehem, 207:reward: "If any man will do his will, he shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God." (St.Bethlehem, 212:life is the presence in the world of those who know Christ as their example, and recognize thatBethlehem, 213:Crucifixion IV. "Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do." (St. Luke, XXIII, 34.) "ToBethlehem, 215:but the sin is recognized as such by those who know and who are not ignorant. Where there isBethlehem, 216:He was not only the historical Jesus Whom we know and love, but He was also the symbol to us of theBethlehem, 216:rare. Most "sinners" are simply ignorant. "They know not what they do." Then Christ turned to aBethlehem, 217:Words of power "Father, forgive them for they know not what they do," and "To day thou shalt beBethlehem, 221:appears more dark. But it is in the dark that we know God. Four Words of Power had now been utteredBethlehem, 226:is the fact that "...human nature as we know it can neither attain happiness without suffering, norBethlehem, 229:and Ascension KEY THOUGHT "Apart from Christ we know neither what our life nor our death is; we doBethlehem, 229:what our life nor our death is; we do not know what God is nor what we ourselves are." - Pascal:Bethlehem, 231:into two halves, and of neither of them do we know very much. The detail of the ResurrectionBethlehem, 231:New Testament. It was not possible for them to know more. After the Crucifixion we are told littleBethlehem, 233:message of love can be widely distributed. They know now, past all controversy, that He hasBethlehem, 233:earth. Because this is the end of an age, we know that before long the hold death has on the humanBethlehem, 237:in one person, so that all could see, could know, believe and follow in His steps. The same storiesBethlehem, 239:episodes of unfoldment so that all who live may know and follow; and Christ, alive today in everyBethlehem, 239:truth or reality when we meet it? How shall we know that a doctrine is of God, or not? It is soBethlehem, 243:given out by God, and realize that we can know little as yet beyond the fact that Sons of God haveBethlehem, 244:one's mind, and warrant consideration. How do we know that the process of death brings about suchBethlehem, 245:and are of no value to God or men. This, we know, cannot be the case. Bethlehem, 247:to the universe is practically nil. And yet we know that there is a value and a reason behind allBethlehem, 251:not need to have this fact proven to them. They know He is alive, and that because He lives weBethlehem, 251:to progress, to push forward, to live, and to know that one lives. This is the incentive behindBethlehem, 252:incentive behind man's determination [252] to know himself an individual, with his own life cycleBethlehem, 253:give place to group-consciousness, and man will know himself to be identified with the Whole, andBethlehem, 267:the spirit of Christ and of those who know Him best) becomes more general, then we shall see a moreBethlehem, 268:obedience to the highest which he can sense and know, and the second is the practice of love, theBethlehem, 270:the Way and be born in Bethlehem. Then we shall know the truth about ourselves and God, shall knowBethlehem, 270:know the truth about ourselves and God, shall know through attainment whether what we are told isBethlehem, 275:reaches of consciousness become his; he can know the nature of that bliss which is the outstandingBethlehem, 276:of persistence does not seem sufficient. We know much about the power and tenacity ofBethlehem, 281:salvation and hope of heaven because they know that unless heaven can express itself here and nowBethlehem, 281:way into the kingdom, but to those who do not know Christ they say: "Little children, love oneBethlehem, 281:love one another." They do not condemn those who know nothing of Christ's sacrifice upon the Cross,DestinyIntroduction It is of major interest for us to know something about the energies and forces whichDestiny, 11:The Hierarchy is primarily occupied, as you know well, with the consciousness aspect and with theDestiny, 17:so strange that it is hard for human beings to know it for what it is - the demonstration of the
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