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

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Astrology, 672:mystery...It was enacted by the Sons of the Fire-Mist and of Light." (S.D. Vol. III, 271) Bethlehem, 173:Initiation - The Crucifixion KEY THOUGHT A fire-mist and a planet, A crystal and a cell, ADiscipleship1, 510:pass into the clear light of day. There is oft a mist in your garden, but on the top of the towerDiscipleship1, 599:of dawn, there has to be the dissipation of the mist - a mist which distorts and hides. This isDiscipleship1, 599:there has to be the dissipation of the mist - a mist which distorts and hides. This is done not byDiscipleship1, 599:hides. This is done not by any function of the mist itself, but by the growth in power of the raysDiscipleship1, 678:cause the great Illusion. Fog is the product of mist and steam and noise, veiling the Light, hidingDiscipleship2, 554:the astral plane, thus producing the symbols of mist and fog which are ever caused by the bringingDiscipleship2, 632:and disappears. With the left eye, a world of mist and fog, of gloom and shadowy forms is seen - aDiscipleship2, 654:light and warmth - into the world of gloom and mist and, as I turn, I hear a voice crying aloud:Discipleship2, 654:"Well done. Pass through the gloom; enter the mist; dry up the rain and tears and find yourselfFire, 311:Sun, just as the first plane is that of the fire mist [312] or the nebulae. This idea will beFire, 318:involving cycles which have passed into the dim mist of retrospect, even from the angle of visionFire, 783:or milky aspect. This corresponds to the "fire-mist" stage in the formation of a solar system andFire, 783:solar system and of a planet. The Pitris of the Mist are then active as one of the many subsidiaryFire, 1082:this the seventh department: Units of the fire-mist stage, Points of lunar origin, Sons of the sun,Glamour, 31:entirely absent. Glamor has been likened to a mist or fog in which the aspirant wanders and whichGlamour, 32:initiates ever surround him and through this mist and fog he looks out upon a distorted world.Glamour, 70:but simply a murky ball of seeming steam and mist and fog. This fog is of a density and thicknessGlamour, 78:fog takes on. A man gets lost in a rapturous mist of his own making, which emanates from his astralGlamour, 80:touched, he discovers another world of fog and mist through which the Path seems to run and throughGlamour, 140:some effort be made to dissipate the fog and mist which are there concentrated. Certain basicGlamour, 202:or as the rays of the sun dry up and absorb the mist. It acts also as a beam along which that whichHealing, 303:slowly faded out. Only a world of shadows, of mist and fog remain. And as He looked upon Himself,Healing, 531:healing, so-called, is lost amidst a mist of words and high-sounding affirmations. The sincerity ofHercules, 68:the labyrinthine ways Of my own mind; and in the mist of tears I hid from Him, and under runningHercules, 132:He becomes aware that man lives in a swirling mist of illusion, clinging to life as an end inIntellect, 76:endlessly run, only to find them fade away into mist before our tired eyes. We seek satisfaction inIntellect, 166:me that has stood Unmoved, untroubled through a mist of years, Knowing nor love nor laughter, hopeMagic, 358:cause the great Illusion. Fog they produce and mist and steam and noise, veiling the Light, hidingMagic, 565:or by a fire sheath. He is clothed "in a watery mist", which is an ancient way of referring to theMagic, 566:looks out through the fire and through [566] the mist and sees distortion and reflection. He seesMagic, 566:Besides the sheath of fire and the sheath of mist he has clothed upon himself an outer web ofMagic, 613:is seen through the fogs and the streamers of mist which veil the world form and also veil theMagic, 614:it is the time wherein man is enveloped in mist and fog, and lost in the miasmas arising out of theMagic, 615:is the secret of how to dissipate the fogs and mist and darkness and gloom which are produced byMagic, 616:forms he sees are lost in the grey immensity of mist. The water is around his neck, but, feet onMagic, 616:words of magic, but muffled, dim and lost, the mist returns them to him, and no true note soundsMagic, 616:up his sound. "Let the magician stand in watery mist, free of the running stream. Some outlines dimMagic, 616:Flickers of light break through the clouds of mist and fog, He hears his voice; its note is clearerMagic, 616:Beneath his feet is seen the stream. Around him mist and fog. Above his head no sky is seen norMagic, 617:as the rain pours down, [617] it dissipates the mist, it washes clean the form and clears theMagic, 622:fabric makes itself felt and stands out of the mist of idealism, of lovely plans and much talk andPsychology1, 78:the mountain-tops emerge from out the dense wet mist. Let the sun touch their summits and let themPsychology2, 199:the 'man of fire and son of water' to enter into mist. From thence he climbs on to the mountain topPsychology2, 200:The sun augments the fire; it dissipates the mist and dries the earth. And thus the work is done." Rays, 64:himself from the realm of delusion of fog, of mist and of glamor, and stands in the "clear coldRays, 117:the fruits of labor long - will vanish as the mist and only God, the living One, be left." There isRays, 581:reflecting all impressions, the source of mist and fog, and yet ever essential to human living. TheRays, 682:water," and consequently the production of fog, mist, of glamor and illusion. All of these fourSoul, 73:it as a phantom, or epiphenomenon, a breath or mist, exuding from the physical world itself. Some,
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