|Bethlehem, 247:allurement whatsoever. Yet an aspect of oneself longs for immortality and the sense of infinity.Discipleship1, 48:recognition of his struggle and achievement; he longs to have the light which he has kindled drawDiscipleship1, 184:of shyness and of an inarticulate nature which longs and seeks for the companionship of the Way butExternalisation, 614:to register a sense of complete frustration; he longs to help, but knows not what  to do; hisIntellect, 68:of his aspiration) the mystical vision,  and longs ceaselessly for the constant repetition ofMagic, 244:may determine it. With conscious purpose he longs to walk in the dark places of incarnatedPatanjali, 67:aspiration and his performance.  Though he longs to achieve and to know, it is too hard work toPatanjali, 326:even when brought near to him. One who longs for the final goal of life, the absolute assuagementPsychology2, 466:with the old idealism. He has touched and now longs for the larger measures, for the new andRays, 438:Himself all for which the advancing disciple longs to express, all that is possible as Expansion,Rays, 677:demanding focus. That which he now loves and longs for, desires and plans for, lies in another andReappearance, 161:to register a sense of complete frustration; he longs to help but knows not what to do; his graspTelepathy, 102:and the circumstances which they create. He longs for what might be called "vertical impression."