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

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Astrology, 215:there is the death of the personality, with its longings, desires, ambitions and pride. In PiscesAstrology, 559:is distinguished by a veiled vision and inchoate longings. These gradually take shape until heAtom, 64:when a man is full of desires, aspirations, longings and ideals, which he seems unable to expressAutobiography, 22:purpose of the questioning, of the inarticulate longings, and of the visionary aspirations wereBethlehem, 118:we turn back appalled; the rampant nature of our longings and wishes, and their glamorous effectDestiny, 130:only to so-called religious impulses, mystical longings and the demand for liberation. The seventhDiscipleship1, 110:to yourself on paper, not as regards your longings and aspirations but as regards your growth inDiscipleship1, 607:sent out devotion, desire, demands, aspiration, longings and wishes - but not one clear thought.Discipleship1, 679:could not reach, is nearer to my heart. Old longings come again, yet die. Old chains of glamorDiscipleship2, 212:cases, even their vision. All these desires, longings, wishes, visions and dreams are theExternalisation, 223:in all nations, and also through the inchoate longings of men everywhere, of all religious beliefs,Externalisation, 223:the emotionally oriented people and the agonized longings of the masses, who [224] hate war, desireHealing, 4:or expressions of the deep seated [4] longings, irritations, secret delights and the many hiddenHealing, 43:consciousness in the form of desires, impulses, longings, wishes, determinations, incentives, andIntellect, 83:light of grace but only as the answer to their longings, as giving them sweetness, devotion,Intellect, 249:psychic levels - with the mass of aspirations, longings and ideas of the mystics of all times, or,Magic, 295:thinketh so is he". The astral body, with its longings, appetites, moods, feelings, and cravingsMagic, 386:could not reach, is nearer to my heart. Old longings come again, yet die. Old chains with clamorMagic, 542:based upon likes and dislikes, prejudices and longings, can be seen in the most interestingMeditation, 36:wild and earnest aspiration and of innate divine longings. He is eager to make good, longing toPatanjali, 121:the lower loves and the bringing captive of all longings and desire, to the one longing to know thePatanjali, 125:enquiries are: Towards what objective do all the longings and aspirations of my soul trend, towardsPatanjali, 150:activity of such a nature that old tendencies, longings and desires no longer [151] attract, and noPatanjali, 186:and is a generic term covering those potent longings which have their seat not only in thePatanjali, 395:which drive and impel him to action, those longings which force him into varied activities arePatanjali, 396:transmuting and transcending those desires and longings for sensuous perception which are foundPatanjali, xii:he has freed himself from the moods, feelings, longings, desires, and emotional reactions whichProblems, 135:diverse directions for the satisfaction of their longings, but everywhere there is a demand forProblems, 150:unrealized good made itself felt in the inchoate longings of unthinking man (literally unthinkingPsychology1, 38:himself as one with his moods, his feelings, his longings, whether they ray out in the direction ofPsychology1, 92:out of the unrealized hopes and dim unuttered longings of his deeply hidden thought life. Belief inPsychology2, 154:mental life, in terms of the underlying wishes, longings and acquisitive aspirations as "defencePsychology2, 154:inevitability of environing conditions. To these longings and wishes and the labor incidental toPsychology2, 421:objective is the satisfaction of his material longings or of the man who is responding to thePsychology2, 502:desires apparently bear witness. His unexpressed longings are "brought to the surface" by thePsychology2, 502:by the psychologist. He is told that these longings, when faced, will then leave him, and that thePsychology2, 606:all adolescent yearnings, dreams, imaginative longings and aspiration in the life of the individualPsychology2, 665:cry of humanity as it voices its highest hopes, longings and desires. This attitude of listeningPsychology2, 736:turn his spiritual theories and his humanitarian longings into Facts demonstrated in the life ofRays, 701:intelligent aspiration takes the place of vague longings and sporadic efforts "to be good," as itTelepathy, 101:detachment of the Observer from all desires and longings which concern the separated self. It willTelepathy, 103:and from the aspirational desires and longings which have hitherto prevented right registration.Telepathy, 113:urges and the higher (yet inchoate) longings of the masses of men in an invocative form; it does so
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