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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - OFTEN
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Rays, 175:words (familiar to all esotericist) which are so often said or chanted at moments of highestRays, 218:be seen as active. It is these forces which are often responsible for the upheavals, the cleavages,Rays, 219:in their consciousness. The group personality is often functioning with potency, but the fusingRays, 256:or with the group unity which I have so often emphasized. It does not refer to individual purity orRays, 327:towards them. The taking of initiation is now often to be seen and is far more frequent today thanRays, 359:ever in terms of spiritual abstraction can (and often does) militate against a grasp of the truthRays, 374:to impression, the effect is not helpful and is often destructive, because their etheric bodies areRays, 420:for Them the line of least resistance, as it often is for Masters on the first ray. Masters fromRays, 420:from the first ray and the second ray tread it often, and each of Them has a different mode ofRays, 450:experience and sustenance. The spider symbol is often used in the ancient occult books and theRays, 487:and techniques as embodied in the words so often used in the meditation outlines: "raise theRays, 487:behind the word "intention," used so often by Roman Catholics and Anglo-Catholics when preparingRays, 576:He is now capable of an equally pronounced and often fanatical adherence to the program ofRays, 584:and thus pass through the first initiation. This often (I might well say usually) takes placeRays, 589:of crisis which will produce a potent (and often sudden) moving forward upon the Path of Evolution.Rays, 606:energy which makes apparent the distinction (so often misunderstood by man) between good and evil.Rays, 607:is deep occult significance to the thought, often voiced, that death is the great Liberator; itRays, 730:latent in its derivation and one that is not often emphasized. The usual interpretation has beenRays, 750:these efforts may be faulty and fruitless is often of less importance than the fact that theReappearance, 13:His coming is dependent upon the appeal (the often voiceless appeal) of all who stand with massedReappearance, 28:The meaning of these words is not (as is so often stated by Christian [29] theologians) a statementReappearance, 63:Gospel story - an ancient story-presentation often presented down the ages, prior to the coming ofReappearance, 71:the nature of the will of God. That will is often regarded as a power by means of which things areReappearance, 71:are instituted and plans are worked out, and often ruthlessly worked out. This general definitionReappearance, 114:(Matt., XXVI, 39.) They say it ignorantly and often hopelessly; nevertheless, it indicates aReappearance, 145:Inherent in the human consciousness - inchoate often and undefined - is a sense of divinity. "WeReappearance, 178:channels which appeal to them. The question is often asked: Why do the Unity School of thought, theReappearance, 184:of mankind, as men begin subjectively and often unconsciously to respond to the preparations forSoul, 31:on human behavior, and to check the claims, so often made, that the mysterious internal secretionsSoul, 38:And, especially, what are the ductless glands often mentioned? Dr. Cobb tells us: "Glands may beSoul, 39:ductless glands or organs of secretion are often referred to as the 'endocrine glands.' TheirSoul, 50:that acts of courage have been recorded most often of individuals of the ante-pituitary type." -Soul, 60:is a question which in one form or another has often been debated. As to the parts which areSoul, 64:and intellectual." Sir Oliver Lodge, though often criticized for his views as to communicationSoul, 65:ether; but the potentiality of interaction, and often the conspicuous reality of it, everywhereSoul, 82:of the Upanishads... The atman is, as has often already been pointed out, an idea capable of verySoul, 100:Ether and Energy The physical body itself is often regarded as an atom in the body of the humanSoul, 113:consisting of four imperfect vertebrae, often united together into one bone called the coccyx; theSoul, 122:life both in man and in the animal, and is often referred to as the instinctual brain. Bhagavan DasSoul, 122:noting that in Sanskrit literature the navel is often treated as more central and almost moreSoul, 123:facility to thought; concentration on it, often rashly undertaken, is apt to result in a peculiarlySoul, 123:disturbances, and the feeling of a nausea, which often follows an emotional shock, is due to itsSoul, 129:and posture. Such practices are most dangerous, often, indeed, leading to insanity. Eventually, itSoul, 155:and complete modern. [155] The philosophers have often debated the question of the priority of willTelepathy, 8:unthinking, non mental man or woman can be and often are telepathic, but the center through whichTelepathy, 9:heart. The phrase "heart to heart talk," so often used, is usually a misnomer at this time, butTelepathy, 41:with the Science of Impression. The term most often employed by Them is the esoteric equivalent ofTelepathy, 68:animal kingdom (the third). These analogies are often fertile fields of illumination. As regardsTelepathy, 76:and are frequently of value; they may - and often do - contain information of which the recipientTelepathy, 79:carried forward by humanity is modified and often negated by two factors: Human ignorance andTelepathy, 172:of the initiate's contact mechanism. This is often forgotten and the emphasis of the student'sTelepathy, 173:coming New Age. The oriental symbols which are often superimposed upon the illustrations of the
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