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Astrology, 141:(to use the well-known language of the mystics of all ages) and of the mountain top with its visionAstrology, 246:- that money is created. It is here that many mystics and world servers prove futile. They workAstrology, 276:and which is testified to by all the mystics and initiates. This is in reality that which producesAstrology, 571:those aspirants and disciples who are not only mystics but who have made at least some smallAtom, 12:years ago, save in a few circles of wise men and mystics; we have discovered so many laws ofAutobiography, 7:I say may prove to be of service. Many isolated mystics, disciples and aspiring men and women downAutobiography, 21:later motivated all my thinking and activities. Mystics are people with a tremendous sense ofAutobiography, 48:knowledge of the spiritual verities to which the mystics of all time have borne witness and forAutobiography, 251:working in the various occult groups; some are mystics, working with vision and love; others belongAutobiography, 293:humanity waits. This is largely the fault of the mystics, the esotericists and the professionalBethlehem, 40:have ever led the race forward; the knowers, mystics and saints have ever revealed to us theBethlehem, 46:thoroughly this imagery was familiar among the mystics of the Jews is shown by the surprise evincedBethlehem, 83:truth of theology till the time of the mediaeval mystics. It is Eckhart who says: 'The FatherBethlehem, 126:for untold ages, and if the testimony of the mystics and saints, the seers and the Saviors of allBethlehem, 148:- the inner radiant reality - to which the mystics of all times bear testimony, not only inBethlehem, 148:are attempts to describe this world to which the mystics seem to have access, with [149] its formsBethlehem, 151:is ever an outstanding [151] reaction of the mystics of all time to the revelation of light. ThisBethlehem, 152:Heaven. (St. Matt., V, 16.) To this light the mystics testify, and it is this light into which theyBethlehem, 155:upon the fact of this divinity, as have the mystics of all time. They "knew Whom they hadBethlehem, 221:through this place of outer darkness, which the mystics have justifiably called "the dark night ofBethlehem, 221:is rare - far rarer than the literature of the mystics would have us believe. It will become moreDestiny, 127:one else; the lines have been determined by the mystics, impractical and visionary, and by theDiscipleship1, XI:effort - to tread the Way to God. All are mystics, learning to be occultists. All are normalDiscipleship1, 181:brief spiritual exercise - as the Christian mystics call it: [182] Sound the O.M. three times as aDiscipleship1, 346:for which you must strive. This is what the mystics of the Catholic Church call the "true quiet ofDiscipleship1, 783:working in the various occult groups; some are mystics, working with vision and love; others belongDiscipleship2, 29:is given to this dark night as pictured by the mystics down the ages. Their emphasis has, in theDiscipleship2, 166:is coming to be recognized; he differs from the mystics of the past (except in a few outstandingDiscipleship2, 166:life in the light of the divine Presence. All mystics have been able to do this to a greater orDiscipleship2, 203:always existed, and always there have been many mystics and a few occultists who have served asDiscipleship2, 211:backed and aided by the deep aspiration of the mystics found within its ranks, and aided also byDiscipleship2, 434:is one that has been greatly misused by the mystics of the Church and of the great world religions;Discipleship2, 685:its influence, the stage was set on which many mystics could begin to organize their mental bodiesEducation, 34:inertia which are characteristic of so many mystics and the line of least resistance for manyEducation, 113:mystical tendency which has produced the great mystics of world renown, the large number ofExternalisation, 4:It has been known for a long time by the mystics of all the world religions and by esotericExternalisation, 6:for the half-demented psychics, the hallucinated mystics and the feeble-minded dabblers inExternalisation, 222:world, and Their reality is recognized by the mystics and occultists working in every land. Men andExternalisation, 296:is imminent, and from the lips of disciples, mystics, aspirants and all enlightened people in allExternalisation, 405:by those who knew God and whom the world called mystics, occultists and saints. Opening out beforeExternalisation, 415:mass, nor are they yet either occultists, mystics or even aspirants. They question and seekExternalisation, 416:the practice of meditation as developed by the mystics and occultists. Prayer and meditation areExternalisation, 654:for whom search is now being made, and not mystics; it is for clear-thinking men and women that theExternalisation, 657:second aspect of divinity, vaguely called by the mystics of the past era "the ChristFire, 419:appreciation of it is to be seen in the mystics, the advanced thinkers of the race, the consciousFire, 815:can be studied in the lives of the mystics of all ages. By sheer devotion and strenuousFire, 1259:Jesus are preparing Themselves to tread it. The mystics of the Occident who have come intoGlamour, 138:"holy orders". Those who are the practical mystics or occultists. These, by virtue of a disciplinedGlamour, 196:life of practical mysticism as laid down by such mystics as Meister Eckhart and the more mentallyGlamour, 196:higher stage of at-one-ment to which all true mystics bear witness. What does concern us here isHealing, 35:personality. These number amongst them also the mystics of the world and the creative workers, whoHealing, 56:classified occasionally as the "diseases of the Mystics." I would like to make it clear that it isHealing, 99:which I gave earlier on the diseases of the mystics. (A Treatise on the seven Rays, Vol. II, pagesHealing, 115:Causes of Disease A. The Diseases of Mystics However, the disciple is seldom tubercular (exceptHealing, 116:not therefore deal with the diseases to which mystics fall heir, except that I would like to pointHealing, 342:mind and brain are involved. The diseases of mystics are also in a different category. These latterHealing, 592:the majority of the diseases of disciples and mystics, largely of a nervous nature and oftenHercules, 11:reality of his Existence. The testimony of the mystics of all time and races is so vast that it nowHercules, 19:the thoughts of all the great aspirants and mystics of the world. Note how St. Paul cries out as heIntellect, 11:with its own appropriate laws and phenomena? Mystics, seers and thinkers of all ages and in bothIntellect, 13:emerges a group to whom we give the name of mystics. They testify to another world of experienceIntellect, 14:man knows nothing. As Dr. Bennett says "the mystics themselves have described their attainment as aIntellect, 16:For thousands of years all over the planet, the mystics and knowers have borne witness toIntellect, 16:of a world of phenomena which is uniform to the mystics of all races. That much of the testimonyIntellect, 31:spiritual realm where the pioneers whom we call Mystics, and the standard-setting Figures of theIntellect, 35:- a thing hitherto the choice prerogative of the mystics and knowers of the race. These knowersIntellect, 36:can be contacted. The ranks of these "deluded" mystics and intuitional thinkers number tens ofIntellect, 45:planted on earth and yet, at the same time, be mystics and seers, living also in the world ofIntellect, 45:the production of that great group of practical mystics who will eventually save the world, twoIntellect, 54:beings and with the supreme Reality to which the mystics have always testified. Its relation to theIntellect, 59:and all truly coordinated personalities are mystics at heart, and have passed through the mysticalIntellect, 69:definite belief. The definite beliefs at which mystics arrive are the result of reflection upon theIntellect, 71:Joseph, S. J., Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, pages 32, 101. To take the mind and bendIntellect, 86:high, and the weight of the testimony of the mystics and initiates of all the ages can be broughtIntellect, 98:Joseph, S. J., Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, page 166. Here we have the subordinationIntellect, 106:Joseph, S. J., Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, page 90. The question may be asked, whatIntellect, 111:Eckhart, and embodies the position of all the mystics in both hemispheres: Intellect, 125:that "common sense," which was the name that mystics such as Meister Eckhart gave to the mind, theyIntellect, 130:also initiate him into the realm to which the mystics have always testified and to which the mind -Intellect, 132:to limit and distort, and the writings of the mystics themselves which - while they are full ofIntellect, 133:by the [133] quality of feeling and emotion. The mystics, as a general rule, drift to and froIntellect, 149:existence. This condition is recognized by all mystics, and by all writers upon the subject of theIntellect, 150:which no criticism can touch... though the mystics seem to be unable to convey to others any bodyIntellect, 156:if we are to believe the writings of the mystics themselves, there has followed a period ofIntellect, 156:most remarkable. We must except, however, such mystics [157] as Boehme, Ruysbroeck, or MeisterIntellect, 162:Maréchal, in Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, defines the intuitive perception in theseIntellect, 162:Joseph, S. J., Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, page 98. One of the most notable andIntellect, 168:is so profound - and in the case of the great mystics - so impassioned that everything else isIntellect, 170:light-vision, is an experience common to many mystics, and one that is undoubtedly of the greatestIntellect, 182:prints. Fourth: In the words of all schools of mystics in both hemispheres, these results areIntellect, 190:Joseph, S. J., Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, pages 312-313. Patanjali, the greatestIntellect, 239:Perhaps it might be said that the saints and mystics have revealed to us the nature of the DivineIntellect, 248:which link them up with the writings of the mystics or with the Christian teaching; they mayIntellect, 249:mass of aspirations, longings and ideas of the mystics of all times, or, equally, they can tune inIntellect, 265:into active being of a group of practical mystics, who, banded together in the sense of a divineIntellect, 266:a unified realization. This integrating group of mystics and knowers is the hope of the world andMagic, 41:testimony to the truth of the statements of the mystics and occultists of the ages. Magic, 87:world of the soul. With this [87] relation, the mystics and the occultists concern themselves. TheMagic, 135:The integration of a group of knowers and of mystics is going on steadily in all parts of the worldMagic, 135:to many groups. To this group of knowers and mystics is given the opportunity of being the channel
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