|Astrology, 82:the initiate finds his way, passes the Angel and leaves behind the inner torn veil, mounts theAstrology, 155:It is far more potent than the pentagon and leaves the initiate "unprotected." In an ancientAstrology, 199:whereby a man mounts the Fixed Cross and leaves the Mutable Cross. The disciple for the first,Astrology, 214:of hell hold him not. He, the new and living One leaves below that which has held him downAstrology, 461:point or focal point of reception. Note: This leaves one side of the triangle as yet uncompleted.Atom, 13:the enquirer says, "That is so, but why?" It leaves out of its calculation much that is known andAutobiography, 61:God's way is often the best and that He often leaves us to find our own way home, knowing that inBethlehem, 73:of that burning which removes all dross and leaves only the essence for the blessing of God. MyrrhBethlehem, 79:its essence is love and its method is love. It leaves us an example that we should follow HisBethlehem, 131:beholds its image in his breast." Then the devil leaves Him. He could do no more, and ChristBethlehem, 156:fleeting seconds wherein a synthesis appears and leaves us with a sense of fitness, of integration,Bethlehem, 274:he who holds to the reality of both worlds, and leaves to time and effort the understanding ofDiscipleship1, 171:ray) is focused in your fourth ray mind. This leaves your astral body as a unity - by itself, fromDiscipleship1, 315:The ray of the personality in a previous life leaves definite habits of thought and of activity; itDiscipleship1, 325:I say to you: "The door before you has two leaves. One is now open wide. The other is ajar. LoveDiscipleship1, 385:lotus buds which rest on their broad green leaves. Above you is the blue of heaven and ahead of youDiscipleship1, 385:and ahead of you - across the field of buds and leaves and on the far horizon - is a golden gate,Discipleship1, 429:therefore, upon the plane of superficiality. It leaves the real inner man untouched and leaves yourDiscipleship1, 429:It leaves the real inner man untouched and leaves your influence, consequently, free to work andDiscipleship1, 448:discouraged when the intensity of feeling leaves them. The initiate walks ever a straight courseDiscipleship1, 486:and a special effort, leading to success which leaves the personality in a state of completeDiscipleship1, 513:the fullness of your own life of service which leaves you no time for the moments and hours ofDiscipleship1, 722:of fluid life. He makes the great transition and leaves the watery way behind. He walks upon theDiscipleship1, 737:connection with his work in the world of men; he leaves them free to work as they may choose but heDiscipleship2, 220:out of which we are today emerging. As man leaves the animal, the strictly physical and the highlyDiscipleship2, 300:Today the Master - having done the above - leaves the disciple to work through to knowledge andDiscipleship2, 329:that on entrance into an Ashram the disciple leaves behind him his personality life and enters as aDiscipleship2, 460:need to acquire that divine indifference which leaves the soul free to serve - untrammeled byDiscipleship2, 620:and thus evokes from them a reaction that leaves you alone. This in its turn evokes a response fromDiscipleship2, 699:but so strong is your soul quality that it leaves your personality constantly disturbed. Your aim,Discipleship2, 729:have to learn to do it, because discipleship leaves no aspect of life unlived, and business is anEducation, 101:above is, I realize, a broad generalization. It leaves out of reckoning altogether the innate andEducation, 102:a result of many previous life experiences. It leaves out also the influence of the manyFire, 107:out of the system with too much force, and this leaves the victim a prey to inertia andFire, 122:cosmic astral planes. Man starts in where he leaves off, with cosmic physical matter perfected. HisFire, 176:a complete readjustment. When a Master likewise leaves the hierarchy of our Planet to take up workFire, 792:is felt entirely on the higher planes, and leaves the lower. The word "moment" is used here in itsFire, 826:700 years. Each cycle (again figurative cycles) leaves one of the petals more vitalized, and has aFire, 836:or to the source which breathed them out. This leaves the lesser deva substance dependent upon itsFire, 1179:fresh  inflow becomes the plant with seven leaves and three white flowers." VENUS - TheFire, 1194:attribute. Once a Dharmakaya, an Adept or Buddha leaves behind every possible relation with, orFire, 1243:the veil" find themselves upon Path V. This leaves Path IV to be accounted for. Upon this Path passGlamour, 77:of the love of the soul which is free itself and leaves others free also, they wander in a denseHealing, 29:He then withdraws on to the mental level, and leaves his astral carcass to swell the fog andHealing, 131:shell. He exists but he is not; the breath then leaves and spirals to the whole. "He who breathesHealing, 307:the gland except in a negative sense), or as it leaves it (when its effect will be positive in someHealing, 322:protects. When it is negative and weak, it leaves the physical body (human and animal) open to theHealing, 406:The third death takes place when the initiate leaves behind him, finally and with no prospect ofHealing, 429:this reason that (at the time of death) the soul leaves the body, via the solar plexus and not viaHealing, 460:prior to that final dissipation which leaves the man free to stand as a human soul within theHealing, 468:its own sphere; know too that light ascends and leaves in darkness that which it - in time andHealing, 658:for healing by radiatory activity, and leaves the patient alone automatically to complete theHercules, 4:to give us just such a synthetic picture. It leaves untouched no phase in the life of the aspirantHercules, 6:psychic resolvent, which eats away all dross and leaves only the pure gold behind." It is a processHercules, 208:of the Study of the Hercules Myth This old tale leaves untouched no phases in the life of theIntellect, 29:which the best minds evidence, lacks much. If it leaves its students with closed and static minds,Intellect, 36:we convince by our presence." - Whitman, Walt, Leaves of Grass. Intellect, 42:(from the angle of racial development), leaves much to be desired. The defects of the system areIntellect, 109:the meditation is well conducted the mind never leaves its consideration of the object so chosen.Intellect, 253:awareness, which breaks down all barriers, and leaves none of the sons of God outside its field ofMeditation, 202:may be at fault and his capacity to assimilate leaves much to be desired.  Meditation, 283:perhaps the hardest way that a man can tread. It leaves no department of the life untouched. All isPatanjali, 135:finds the kingdom of God within. All desire then leaves him. He makes contacts, and continues toPatanjali, 144:working of the law of Cause and Effect, and he leaves off dealing with effects and centers hisPatanjali, 145:depicted with the roots above and the flowering leaves downwards. In the tiny tree of life of thePatanjali, 245:of God. "The incarnated form of the Exalted One leaves one without desire for any other support.Problems, 86:minority in the United States of America, which leaves them basically not responsible for thePsychology1, 62:in the form of an ancient teaching preserved on leaves that are so old that the writing is slowlyPsychology1, 101:powers by the intelligentsia of  the world leaves as yet much to be desired, but it will comePsychology1, 107:much theory to render into practice, and this leaves the Masters free for more important work. OnePsychology1, 225:to come into new activity. This intensification leaves the entire mineral kingdom, as a whole, morePsychology1, 297:is not as yet possible. This is valuable, but it leaves a gap in our thought which requiresPsychology1, 349:that radiant Brother Who passes on His way and leaves behind an open door through which anotherPsychology2, 263:between conditioning and determining. The first leaves the subject (be it a man or a race, or aPsychology2, 342:Reorients itself and thus occultly "leaves behind the hitherto desirable and aspires to that whichPsychology2, 373:idea of "my truth, my master, my idea, my way" leaves him and as yet he has nothing to take itsPsychology2, 419:dweller in the body. This process of abstraction leaves only a living shell, an empty house. TooPsychology2, 441:achievement and the point already attained leaves him with a sense of failure and of impotence. ThePsychology2, 463:fact and of importance. This restricts him and leaves out all contact with other areas of mentalPsychology2, 483:the recognition of a form of guidance and leaves no scope for free will. This is a reaction on aPsychology2, 499:subject is sleeping too lightly. He never really leaves his body and the thread of consciousness isRays, 64:light divine into the world of fog. Yet he never leaves the place of identification, and all thatRays, 82:mean that when the initiate hears the Sound, he leaves behind the desert life of physicalRays, 82:words can be justifiably used) that the initiate leaves consciousness itself behind and the fiveRays, 426:the veil" find Themselves upon Path V. This leaves Path IV to be accounted for. Upon this Path passRays, 660:been destroyed by him as useless, so humanity leaves behind civilization after civilization underRays, 703:path, and likewise the Path of Discipleship, he leaves all such motives behind (a minorSoul, 26:them to an area of my dwelling" - Whitman, Walt, Leaves of Grass, p. 10. In sharp contrast with theSoul, 79:but the direct action of the soul, which leaves the bodily machine, either because it has becomeSoul, 98:Ego in its material manifestation. When the Ego leaves the body, the Prana being no longer underSoul, 104:the energy of animals is nervous energy till it leaves the muscles and acts on outside objects.