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

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Astrology, 387:bring liberation" has reference. But be not too literal in interpretation for "that which is of theAtom, 57:for a minute the meaning of the expression. Its literal translation is 'the Word,' and it has beenDestiny, 59:eventually in the spiritual as well as in the literal sense. Rome was the great road builder andDiscipleship2, 186:these ideas normally receive a far too literal, and therefore misleading, interpretation. This hasExternalisation, 606:and realize that I am talking of exact and literal happenings on our planet. I am dealing withFire, 145:the Ray of Cosmic Will. His mode of action is a literal driving forward of the solar ring-pass-notFire, 313:words, the first three cosmic ethers embody in a literal sense those three Entities whom we know asFire, 329:in work, activity, and quality, and not in literal identity of form. As time elapses the work ofFire, 411:by "abstraction" occultly understood, and in its literal sense. When these three factors: Position,Fire, 890:the various groups in our minds in a too literal sense, for they all interpenetrate and blend, inFire, 1133:generalizations might here be made, though too literal or too identified an interpretation shouldFire, 1270:Only the sense is here given and not a literal translation, and certain phrases are eliminated inGlamour, 4:Understanding. This must be appreciated in its literal sense as that which "stands under" theHealing, 234:fathers will be visited upon the children is a literal statement anent the human heritage ofHealing, 408:It can be applied, however, in a more literal sense, and may be referred to the second phase of theHealing, 506:and similar phrases. Here I am speaking of the literal destruction, dissolution, dissipation orHercules, 119:is "the blood is the life". We are always too literal. Even as the old practice of offering slainInitiation, 116:to the same group and ray, and thus it is a literal fact in demonstration that on the higher planesInitiation, 133:initiate, and brings to him a realization of the literal absolute truth of the phrase that "God isIntellect, 25:[25] on a vast number of unrelated subjects. The literal meaning of the word, however, is "to leadMagic, 159:to understand both the esoteric and the literal significance of this expulsive breath as he carriesMagic, 163:cause the death of their creator. This may be literal as in the case of murder, which is in manyMagic, 567:comes into objective manifestation. This has a literal correspondence on the physical plane. ManyMeditation, 29:for the thinker much food for speculation. The literal figures and the dimensional lines cannot beMeditation, 150:"Our God is a consuming fire" [150] is to him a literal statement of fact, and of realized truth.Meditation, 292:that leads him direct to his Master. This is a literal statement of fact. Good work earns for thePatanjali, 18:The translation gives the sense, and is not literal. "Let the one who looks out take care that thePatanjali, 135:attachment to objects of pleasure. This is not a literal translation by any means but gives thePatanjali, 339:Again, we have a free, rather than a literal translation, and in this the true sense of the archaicPatanjali, 340:[340] the ambiguity which is inevitable when a literal translation of the Sanskrit terms is used.Patanjali, xiv:It should be noted that the translation is not literal, and is not an exact definition of eachReappearance, 54:and realize that we are talking of exact and literal happenings on our planet. We are dealing withSoul, 110:a town (puri-shaya) for pura, in its proper and literal sense, signifies town." - Guénon, René, Man
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