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Atom, 83:who thinks, is to my mind the most satisfying. Mrs. Besant, in one of her books, gives anAutobiographyin 1948. The entire writing was reread by Mrs. Bailey and certain corrections made. Various peopleAutobiographycorrections made. Various people worked with Mrs. Bailey at different times on the text and copiesAutobiographyof the worldwide, organized work for which Mrs. Bailey was responsible, the confused and strainedAutobiography, 29:feeling of confidence. One of these was my aunt, Mrs. Maxwell, of Castramont, of whom I haveAutobiography, 64:correctly and at least be polite. My aunt, Mrs. Clare Parsons, wrote that she approved if I had aAutobiography, 79:was really quite outrageous from the angle of Mrs. Grundy. Once I was at Lucknow and woke up oneAutobiography, 101:to fetch me. I was then living with my aunt, Mrs. Maxwell, of Castramont. I was married in aAutobiography, 104:top floor of which we had one room. Her name was Mrs. Snyder and she adopted me on sight. SheAutobiography, 107:on the matter, as you see. This colored woman, Mrs. Snyder, mothered me for months and looked afterAutobiography, 107:most of the attention of the doctor, but Mrs. Snyder was like a tower of strength and I shall neverAutobiography, 108:looked at me with distress and said, "See here, Mrs. Evans, it's Monday morning and I can't standAutobiography, 108:work that I don't know and I owe it all to Mrs. Schubert. Here is another instance of somebody forAutobiography, 109:in her small apartment. I wonder whether she and Mrs. Snyder are alive. I fancy not; they would beAutobiography, 130:kindest expression on his face, "Never you mind, Mrs. Evans, we here call you 'the diamond lost inAutobiography, 138:I started to expound. It was that great book by Mrs. Besant, "A Study in Consciousness." I knewAutobiography, 156:An old friend of mine of long standing, Mrs. John Weatherhead, went with me to the trial. I wasAutobiography, 156:"I have read the depositions of your witnesses, Mrs. Evans, take your decree and the custody of theAutobiography, 158:the Wisdom unless they had been so notified by Mrs. Besant. That remark broke a glamor in me,Autobiography, 158:K.H. and had been as long as I could remember. Mrs. Besant had evidently overlooked me. I could notAutobiography, 159:to the service of humanity that Foster cabled Mrs. Besant to the effect that if the E.S. did notAutobiography, 159:be under very serious attack. About that time Mrs. Besant sent B.P.Wadia over to the States toAutobiography, 160:get a specialist and in the meantime my friend, Mrs. Copley Enos, and I spent the day rolling herAutobiography, 169:had arrived at Krotona (as the representative of Mrs. Besant) and was stirring up trouble and weAutobiography, 170:any lodge who were E.S. members and through them Mrs. Besant and the leaders in Adyar controlledAutobiography, 170:Leadbeater and his extraordinary control over Mrs. Besant. The aftermath of the Leadbeater scandalAutobiography, 170:Leadbeater scandal was still causing much talk. Mrs. Besant's pronouncements about KrishnamurtiAutobiography, 172:teaching. The indebtedness of the world to Mrs. Besant for the work that she did in making theAutobiography, 177:ousted off the Krotona grounds but Foster cabled Mrs. Besant and she immediately squashed theAutobiography, 177:are still being written defaming H.P.B. and Mrs. Besant and one wonders what their writers hope toAutobiography, 209:said, "His Imperial Highness will be glad if Mrs. Bailey will be at the Ritz at 11 o'clock." SoAutobiography, 209:Bailey will be at the Ritz at 11 o'clock." So Mrs. Bailey was over at the Ritz at 11. I was met inAutobiography, 209:and said, "What do you want with the Grand Duke, Mrs. Bailey?" Amazed, I looked at him and said,Autobiography, 210:tell him that there were people in America, like Mrs. du Pont Ortiz, who thought as he did, who hadAutobiography, 210:Roumanoff turned to me and said, "Who are you, Mrs. Bailey? We cannot find out anything about you."Autobiography, 211:the Grand Duke suddenly turned to me and said, "Mrs. Bailey, if I were to tell you that I also knowAutobiography, 259:in the first two books clairaudiently to Mrs. Bailey. He would, at stated and appointed times, makeAutobiography, 259:dictating point by point. 2. Telepathy When Mrs. Bailey became more accustomed to this work, andAutobiography, 259:on Cosmic Fire it has been entirely telepathic. Mrs. Bailey gets in touch with the Tibetan whenAutobiography, 259:when he chooses to use his own, and not allow Mrs. Bailey to express his thoughts (which is hisAutobiography, 260:If [260] this be true as between the Tibetan and Mrs. Bailey, it will also be apparent that theAutobiography, 260:from a perusal of the data in the Treatise that Mrs. Bailey could not herself have formulated thisAutobiography, 260:books (and there are many) have been shown to Mrs. Bailey and then described by her. This processAutobiography, 260:complete reproduction in dense physical matter. Mrs. Bailey has also been shown seven great figuresAutobiography, 260:hierarchical archives have been also shown to Mrs. Bailey and roughly translated by her andAutobiography, 291:in the Arcane School (and this includes Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and the Headquarters Staff) makes anyAutobiography, 297:to comprehend. The Arcane School was started by Mrs. Bailey in 1923. Twenty-eight years have comeAutobiography, 298:on the physical plane, to the early days of Mrs. Bailey's childhood. As a young girl in her teens,Autobiography, 302:now as she ever has been. There is no doubt that Mrs. Bailey is subjectively and telepathically inDiscipleship2in the New Age II - Introduction INTRODUCTION Mrs. Bailey asked me to write an introduction to theDiscipleship2, XII:of possible great future usefulness. [XII] Mrs. Bailey gave unsparingly of her life and strength toDiscipleship2, XII:training given to this group was not a part of Mrs. Bailey's system of training in the ArcaneFire, vi:and within thirty days after that period, Mrs. Bailey gained her release from the limitations ofFire, 49:547, 551, 552. 15 In the Study of Consciousness Mrs. Besant says (page 37): "Consciousness is theFire, 49:as consciousness in time and space, as Mrs. Besant so ably expresses it, includes all forms ofFire, 155:"Principles of Light and Color," and later in Mrs. Besant's "Occult Chemistry." This depression isFire, 263:closely interwoven." - The Ancient Wisdom by Mrs. Besant 9 Principles: "There are two main cosmicFire, 904:most has most to give." - The Disciples, by Mrs. Hamilton King. Fire, 1182:book by Babbitt and later in Occult Chemistry by Mrs. Besant. The Sun is heart-shaped, and (seenGlamourand esoteric teachings as completed by Mrs. Bailey are now available. This text was written fromHercules, 205:material was prepared by Dorothea Cochran at Mrs. Bailey's request and was found among her papers.Initiation, 2:already impregnated with particular qualities. Mrs. Besant in her book, "Avataras," (which some ofInitiation, 67:of the diagram in "A Study in Consciousness," by Mrs. Besant, page 27, may be helpful in explainingPsychology1, 169:other, the former being the primary (called by Mrs. Besant the monadic ray), the other being theRays, 607:the law of Karma; it is to this principle that Mrs. Besant refers when she speaks in one of herRays, 679:the Theosophical Society (with the exception of Mrs. Besant) did not conform. I would not callSoulof confused poetizing or of self-mystification. Mrs. Bailey, in this book, has done the greatSoul, 123:Mechanism - The Seven Centers of Force He quotes Mrs. Besant also in the following paragraph: "The
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