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

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Psychology2, 166:This was followed by consequent satiety and loss of contentment, and then by a period of intensePsychology2, 171:His tunnel disappeared. He noticed not its loss. Upon the playground of the world he stood withPsychology2, 248:The man is left with a sense of bereavement, of loss, and yet with a certainty of knowledge and aPsychology2, 370:in the life-experience and to a sense of loss; it often takes much wise handling, and frequentlyPsychology2, 403:of an immediate hypothesis, has led to much loss of time. When again the creative imagination canPsychology2, 587:two reasons; first, he does not truly desire the loss of the power which the use of the powersPsychology2, 590:on, or where there is a nervous breakdown and loss of mental grip and control, then it is essentialPsychology2, 703:which was almost equivalent, in some cases, to loss of faith, and a feeling [704] of emotionalRays, 53:consciousness. This lost Word, symbolic of the loss in the three worlds (typified by the degrees ofRays, 263:this is the "hidden name egoic." I am at a loss at this point as to how to express the higherRays, 533:anent initiation. In spite of distortion, some loss of the Ancient Landmarks and a deplorableReappearance, 168:is so widespread that it is responsible for the loss of millions of hours of world service. ThereReappearance, 182:still controls the Hierarchy, yet with no loss of devotion to the Christ. What the Buddha had
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