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Glamour, 46:decisions, to distinguish truth for himself. He learns to choose his way. But, like all persons whoGlamour, 48:are the rules governing their activities. As he learns to travel with them upon the Road, theirGlamour, 49:ROAD. Upon this "narrow, razor-edged path," one learns to walk with discipline and discretion andGlamour, 80:Problem - The Nature of Glamor As the aspirant learns to free himself from the glamors upon whichGlamour, 81:be finally dissipated. Only as the disciple learns to hold his mind "steady in the light," and asGlamour, 101:sees the "lighted Way ahead," along which he learns to go without being drawn into the glamorousGlamour, 125:to be erroneous, false and deceiving. He learns then that he need not fall supinely under theGlamour, 184:and not for himself alone. Little by little, he learns the way into the world of the intuition; dayGlamour, 195:of this divine revelation that the disciple learns eventually to work and in which the initiateGlamour, 196:discovers the light of the soul. Later still, he learns to fuse and blend soul light and materialGlamour, 206:plane are carried forward: first, the individual learns to use the light of the mind, generated byGlamour, 206:intuition. By means of this light the disciple learns to dissipate his personal and privateGlamour, 221:experience wherein man lives. In that sphere he learns the fact that reality is "none of these butGlamour, 243:which the Soul undertakes to play. The disciple learns eventually to know himself to be, aboveGlamour, 271:impact he passes his life. By their means he learns. He is not at the point where he seeksHealing, 97:and trouble in the physical body. As the race learns to think clearly and definitely, and as theHealing, 98:the mind nature. This will go on until [98] man learns how to handle the higher energies and toHealing, 106:time and will even more in the future. The race learns through suffering, and only dire need drivesHealing, 125:their personality reactions). As time goes on he learns - through the difficulties brought about byHealing, 126:- sometimes for many lives - until he learns to fuse and blend the two expressions. Then the dualHealing, 159:and amoral person. As the race of men learns the nature of responsibility we shall have [160] theHealing, 162:and experience during which the disciple learns much and suffers much. Then as experience isHealing, 278:the fear of death disappears and when humanity learns the significance of time and [279] theHealing, 435:to its shadow in the three worlds that the soul learns to express the first and highest aspect ofHealing, 445:death, and this is the first lesson the disciple learns... - Vol. V. Healing, 459:Page 308. Letters on Occult Meditation: A Master learns the meaning of each confining form; then HeHealing, 498:that he brings the significance of meaning and learns constantly through experience whilstHercules, 69:and as he bears the great burden of Atlas and learns the meaning of service. Lepus, the Hare,Hercules, 74:becomes interested in automatic writing, or he learns to sit and listen to "voices", he becomesHercules, 81:these four signs, he prepares his equipment and learns to utilize it. In Aries, he grips his mindHercules, 166:Lyra, the seven-stringed harp. The aspirant learns to play upon the harp and he makes music withHercules, 210:mount of initiation. Slowly and painfully, he learns the lesson that competition and selfishHercules, 210:sacrificed to the good of the group; he learns that personal greed has no place in the life of theInitiation, 35:fully conscious spirit aspect of divinity, and learns to center himself in that aspect. Having thusInitiation, 66:system) with all its corollaries. The disciple learns the meaning of occult cohesion, and of thatInitiation, 84:is brought in contact with the astral devas; he learns to control the astral elementals; he mustInitiation, 86:the teaching shifts up a plane. The initiate learns to control his mental vehicle; he develops theInitiation, 86:the capacity to manipulate thought matter, and learns the laws of creative thought building. HeInitiation, 89:vision, if he has not already done so. He learns to direct the activities of the building devas,Initiation, 93:of the vibration emanating from his Master; he learns to feel it ever more and more, and to respondInitiation, 116:stands before a still greater revelation, and learns the secret of that which lies within theInitiation, 121:with units in group formation, the initiate now learns the secret of group subordination to theInitiation, 140:attraction, is brought about, and the initiate learns consciously to build, to manipulate thoughtIntellect, 41:a fit instrument through which to manifest, and learns to master it. Thus the self or soul becomesIntellect, 97:awakened intuition. The student of meditation learns to distinguish accurately between these three.Intellect, 130:symbolically. One of the first things a mystic learns is that dimensions do not exist inIntellect, 134:lives and moves. The true student of meditation learns to be wide awake mentally, and potentlyIntellect, 140:life and appetites. Through right education, it learns to be receptive towards impressionsIntellect, 140:of being only a sensory register or recorder, it learns to respond to thought impressions. The mindMagic, 11:of that Being in which he lives and moves. He learns that that impulse demonstrates an intelligentMagic, 21:in every form in his environment, and finally he learns to relate these aspects of himself to theMagic, 63:and reacting to energy with unevenness. He then learns that once he can live in the soulMagic, 69:case mistakes may be made, and the man thereby learns and is enriched; in the second case, mistakesMagic, 81:automatically chooses truth or the real, then he learns next the lesson of joyful action, and theMagic, 117:the things of the personality and in service learns the power of love in its occult significance.Magic, 151:disciple, through meditation and discipline he learns to reach high moments of interlude wheneverMagic, 167:and intelligent control of his instrument and learns to understand the purposes for which itMagic, 228:recognize the urge and pull of both of them. He learns to feel himself as "pendant 'twixt the twoMagic, 238:can radiate from the forms "indwelt by God", he learns to choose the way of light and to see hisMagic, 238:are the living substance of the astral plane, he learns to function as an adept on that plane, toMagic, 240:as it is called, and be condemned (until he learns his lesson) to work in the forces of matter, andMagic, 263:satisfaction of that concrete form and thereby learns. Purely astral maybe the aim of the devotee -Magic, 266:of his [266] life; and of perfected man, as he learns, through experience, to center his forces onMagic, 319:is secondly, a later stage wherein the disciple learns to absorb and transmute the wrong vibrationsMagic, 355:aware of a new (for him) form of energy. He learns to work in a new field of opportunity. The realmMagic, 366:and in that light become aware of the plan, he learns to "bring through" the needed ideas. ThroughMagic, 366:work, and the use he must make of what he learns and gains through right use of the mentalMagic, 375:this changes, - so gradually that the aspirant learns the lesson of endurance (even to the point ofMagic, 383:may begin to play its part, and the student learns the meaning of illumination. Until after theMagic, 391:the experience of rebirth. Through rebirth he learns to dominate and utilize form correctly. AllMagic, 453:They will achieve meaning as the aspirant learns to handle energies, to work in mental matter andMagic, 465:the pull of matter begins to wane and the soul learns to detach itself. This is the experienceMagic, 471:which he is beginning to create as he daily learns to think, we can concern ourselves for it is theMagic, 472:to harm or to help increases, and unless he learns to build rightly and correctly to motivate thatMagic, 491:the idea, once he has sent it on its mission, he learns the lesson of the Bhagavad Gita and "worksMagic, 533:and through the shattering of the forms man learns through discontent. Thus is acquiescence in theMagic, 568:Rule from the standpoint of the aspirant, as he learns to work with energy and with the forces ofMagic, 568:with energy and with the forces of nature, as he learns the significance and the purpose of theMagic, 573:them, and as he thinks, speaks and acts, he learns the nature of that type of force which may flowMagic, 613:has contact with both the realities and learns little by little to dissipate the illusion by theMeditation, 18:through love of some individual or ideal. A man learns to include through love of person or ideal;Meditation, 28:meditation or by retreating within that the man learns the significance of Fire, and applies thatMeditation, 109:the lessons of practical living in the world, he learns not, but follows what is to him the line ofMeditation, 113:That is the center that he needs to master, he learns by the wise use of mantrams, by retiring intoMeditation, 131:set in motion matter of a specific kind, and he learns to work with that matter, to manipulate theMeditation, 261:and with full knowledge of each step taken. He learns the meaning of each confining form; then, HeMeditation, 263:cooperates with the work of the first Logos, and learns, as He takes the sixth and seventhMeditation, 291:attended by perfume. In time the pupil learns how to raise his vibration to a certain pitch. HavingMeditation, 312:or angel evolution. In the preparatory school he learns this mastery; in the more advanced schoolPatanjali, 60:function as a coordinated unit on earth, the man learns to sound the Word on the physical planePatanjali, 130:inner reality as latent in his personality. He learns that he, the human atom is a part of a groupPatanjali, 131:frequency) after the first great initiation, and learns of the place his group holds in thePatanjali, 312:some measure of equilibrium, the aspirant learns to perfect that balancing process and gains thePatanjali, 351:discriminates therefore between the senses and learns thereby to follow a vibratory impulse back toPatanjali, 389:effects still remaining to be worked off, and learns to avoid the creation of new ones, initiatingPsychology1, xix:find his way if he profits by the teaching and learns control; the third, could you but realize it,Psychology1, 155:discipleship, and until the third initiation, he learns to respond to the energy and to thePsychology1, 196:through the medium of his outer mechanism. As he learns to do this, the nature of that outer worldPsychology1, 196:must be emphasized, and that as a man learns to "know himself," he automatically learns to know thePsychology1, 196:a man learns to "know himself," he automatically learns to know the quality underlying all
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