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

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Astrology, 20:and yet today I stand. I will determine for myself the way to go. Then onward I will move. I willAstrology, 176:the pillars of an open door - something that I myself have loosed. And what remains to thee, O wiseAstrology, 271:pervaded the entire universe with a fragment of myself, I [272] remain." There is here an esotericAstrology, 292:and hypothetical manner. I am confining myself entirely to the theme of the unfoldment ofAstrology, 333:relation Orientation of Right relation "I serve myself" "I serve my brother" "I serve the One" 4.Astrology, 592:pervaded this whole universe with a fragment of Myself, I remain." There is next the will whichAstrology, 616:and from the point I turn again unto Myself, carrying within my heart of love that which I, theAstrology, 616:One, have served and that for which I sacrifice Myself." Astrology, 631:pervaded this whole universe with a fragment of Myself, I remain." This Trinity in manifestationAtom, 32:own point of view, and in these talks I have set myself the task of working along this third line,Atom, 138:attempt to explain these dimensions, and am apt myself to get very confused when considering them,Autobiography, 2:Later, I married Walter Evans and found myself functioning as the wife of a rector of theAutobiography, 3:been translated into many languages. I found myself the head of an esoteric school - allAutobiography, 3:more to say on this subject. What, I often ask myself. could I have done without the understandingAutobiography, 11:I do remember. Many of the causes lay within myself, of that I am sure. From the worldly angle, IAutobiography, 12:watched over with the greatest care - but within myself I hated it all. I was born on June 16th,Autobiography, 13:old. From another angle, if I did not watch myself with the greatest care, I would always be eitherAutobiography, 14:the mediator or the intermediary. I am inclined myself to Pisces, because I have a Pisces husband,Autobiography, 15:of Chancery, to take care of my sister and myself. She was my father's youngest sister, andAutobiography, 19:not care for me and when I see the picture of myself when small, I can scarcely wonder - skinny,Autobiography, 21:made before I was fifteen. I tried to smother myself with sand when I was around eleven years old,Autobiography, 21:the happy day. The last time, I tried to drown myself in a river in Scotland. But again theAutobiography, 21:I cannot blame them. I gave them nothing of myself. I was [22] preoccupied all the time with myAutobiography, 24:by Queen Victoria. The life of my sister and myself at Moor Park (where we lived till I was nearlyAutobiography, 25:How well I remember going over to it and asking myself: "What now?" Up at 6 a.m., rain or shine,Autobiography, 33:interesting. I have a sneaking respect for myself as I look back for I was so painfully shy andAutobiography, 33:that I suffered untold agonies as I screwed myself up to express this concern for the souls ofAutobiography, 35:had gone and there was no one in the house but myself and the servants. I was sitting in theAutobiography, 36:to the world was dependent upon how I handled myself and the changes I could manage to make. HeAutobiography, 36:What it was I could not imagine, but pictured myself as the dramatic and admired teacher ofAutobiography, 39:but a real, physical plane occurrence. I found myself (whilst wide awake) in this valley andAutobiography, 41:- after the many voices of nature and within myself were stilled. I knew that behind all that IAutobiography, 42:to hell. I did not formulate all this clearly to myself at this time; I myself was saved and happyAutobiography, 42:all this clearly to myself at this time; I myself was saved and happy to be saved. I was workingAutobiography, 43:some Italian; I had enough money to take care of myself most comfortably in those comfortable andAutobiography, 46:time had now come when I felt the need to make myself of some use in the world and to justify myAutobiography, 46:time of my entire life. I quite liked myself and all that concerned me. I was doing what I wantedAutobiography, 47:me because I am their friend and have proved myself friendly and worth liking. I am not expectingAutobiography, 48:many of them have suffered and died. I found myself eventually possessed of a knowledge which hasAutobiography, 49:and I had not then the sense to be amused at myself. I was in deadly earnest. Today, I can laughAutobiography, 49:sure that I do not have all the answers. I find myself left with few if any doctrines and dogmas. IAutobiography, 53:to spend any time travelling about and amusing myself. I did not, surprisingly, want to be aAutobiography, 53:too good to be well-groomed. I could not picture myself yelling and ranting on platforms as theyAutobiography, 53:I should do. To fill in the interim I amused myself by falling in love (so I thought) with aAutobiography, 54:all girls and women of the same social set as myself. Miss Sandes had given up her entire life inAutobiography, 54:my friends and who helped me a lot to adjust myself to the changed environment - EdithAutobiography, 55:a small Bible class of my own and to expressing myself at prayer meeting and I had no qualms atAutobiography, 55:could do it. It was much easier than introducing myself to some soldier, finding out his name,Autobiography, 55:was quite ready to take the meeting. I found myself one Sunday afternoon on a platform in a largeAutobiography, 55:and proceeded to light the gas. I nearly blew myself across the room and singed my hair and couldAutobiography, 56:tears in my room. I had failed, both Jesus and myself, and I had better give it all up. I lay awakeAutobiography, 56:rhythm went on until one night I faced up to myself and stuck at it until I found out what wasAutobiography, 57:Sunday after Sunday to hear me. I really let myself go. At the close of the series they made me aAutobiography, 57:during the entire series. I considered myself cured and released permanently when I discovered thatAutobiography, 62:is the drunken fight into which I have thrust myself - never getting hurt but proving a pest, I amAutobiography, 62:learnt always to keep a chair or table between myself and him. Lion tamers have found a strongAutobiography, 63:(I possessed books with these four titles myself) and others with equally tempting alliterativeAutobiography, 63:alliterative titles. I was often tempted myself to publish one entitled, Ideas for Idiots and evenAutobiography, 64:wanted and had a grand time. I certainly "blew" myself. Incidentally, when the trunks containingAutobiography, 65:first trip so well. There were two women besides myself at the table in the dining room and fiveAutobiography, 67:not go and he died alone. I have never forgiven myself - but what could I do? Tradition, custom andAutobiography, 69:When I came out of the gas and was feeling myself again, he read me the riot act, telling me that IAutobiography, 74:learnt a great lesson at that time. I proved to myself, with much surprise, that understanding andAutobiography, 82:village hall and I thought I had acquitted myself exceedingly well. I was frightfully pleased withAutobiography, 82:exceedingly well. I was frightfully pleased with myself. Jessie had been there with the rest of theAutobiography, 83:since often wondered who he was and have asked myself whether my Master K.H. had used him to breakAutobiography, 84:burned to a crisp for all eternity? I saturated myself with the thought of hell and, glowing withAutobiography, 87:a private in an Hussar regiment. I had imagined myself in love many times. I can well remember aAutobiography, 88:Evans was not socially of the same standing as myself, but I was also letting down the work andAutobiography, 88:Soldiers Homes had taught me not to talk about myself. In any case, I do not like discussingAutobiography, 88:myself. In any case, I do not like discussing myself, particularly such happenings as my life inAutobiography, 92:and with a sense of inner heroism I pledged myself to a spinster's life and tried to go on with theAutobiography, 94:I stopped crying for a few minutes to laugh myself sick and then Miss Schofield thought I wasAutobiography, 95:saint; at least that is how I then regarded myself. She sent me to bed that night and told me thatAutobiography, 95:let down. I faced a major anticlimax. I worked myself up during the day into a terrible state; IAutobiography, 98:neurologists and physicians in London. I put myself into his hands. He was a brilliant man andAutobiography, 99:obsolete as the Dodo. One thing I will say for myself, I was a beautiful needlewoman. Each day IAutobiography, 100:- roar with laughter. I can always laugh at myself, too. But for the next few years of my life IAutobiography, 100:I know, I had had absolutely no problems between myself and my co-workers. I did not know what itAutobiography, 101:have done this had I not been through the fire myself. When the six months on my back were over,Autobiography, 103:cultured voice and my social manner, I launched myself unthinkingly and without any appreciation ofAutobiography, 110:"and I decided I had better put you on the train myself." Whereupon he took the baby, called aAutobiography, 120:a religion which is basically obsolete. I asked myself a few days ago what part of the OldAutobiography, 121:The problem, therefore, facing Walter and myself was what should we do? I understood Walter's fateAutobiography, 134:same social background in [134] Great Britain as myself. I had never met them but had wanted to,Autobiography, 134:a resolve at that time that if I ever found myself lecturing I would endeavor to be everything thatAutobiography, 139:I could not possibly deny and not be untrue to myself, though I could not explain them. Now, to myAutobiography, 139:His pupils and disciples, just as people like myself were pupils of some Master. I learnt that whenAutobiography, 143:happy situation between my three girls and myself would be clearly [144] explained. Do not inferAutobiography, 145:replied, "Of course. In fact, I think I am one myself." He next asked me if I had known some badAutobiography, 146:intent, I would make out a good case for myself. I have good points; I cannot be turned from myAutobiography, 147:know I am difficult to live with because I drive myself and I drive everybody associated with me,Autobiography, 151:one combat fear? Well! I can only tell what I myself have found successful. I never attempt toAutobiography, 151:to them. I don't fight them; I don't argue with myself; I simply recognize my fears for what theyAutobiography, 151:lead to self-forgetfulness. Also, I have asked myself, why should I not be afraid? All the world isAutobiography, 159:with Wadia arbitrating. Foster, Dr. Shepherd and myself, along with many others, represented theAutobiography, 161:it because I started by being very suspicious myself. I ask myself why I attempt to deal with theAutobiography, 161:I started by being very suspicious myself. I ask myself why I attempt to deal with the matter atAutobiography, 162:and thought I would snatch a few minutes to myself and went out on to the hill close to the house.Autobiography, 163:into anything like that." I was startled to hear myself speaking out loud. The voice went on to say
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