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Astrology, 69:but this is of small service to either party unless the intuition and sensitivity of the astrologerAutobiography, 6:that even today, if she has to go to a luncheon party, has to muster the courage to ring the bell;Autobiography, 26:we had to go to the drawing room where the house party were sitting after tea. There we stood inAutobiography, 34:of England was divided into the High Church party which was almost Anglo-Catholic and the LowAutobiography, 34:was almost Anglo-Catholic and the Low Church party which believed in a hell for those who did notAutobiography, 34:I belonged for six months of the year to one party and for six months of the year (when I was notAutobiography, 35:not gone to Church. All the rest of the house-party had gone and there was no one in the house butAutobiography, 44:I was the only person in that very large house party without a title. The first night that I wasAutobiography, 71:not recognize or respond to the Indian Congress Party. I asked a prominent Hindu a few years agoAutobiography, 149:after year as a child. There was a large house-party, about eighteen people, stopping in the houseAutobiography, 197:members can work in any sect and any political party provided that they remember that all pathsAutobiography, 210:into consenting. She came up and gave a luncheon party. In the middle of the lunch Mr. RoumanoffAutobiography, 246:Knowing all this well, A.A.B. refused to be a party to any such constantly recurring activity, forAutobiography, 291:what their religious views, their political party, ideology or [292] their national allegiances. IfDiscipleship1, 591:circumstances but the forming of a central world party and the organizing of the men and women ofDiscipleship1, 778:Knowing all this well, A. A. B. refused to be a party to any such constantly recurring activity,Discipleship2, 87:can work in any sect and in any political party, provided they remember that all paths lead to GodEducation, 45:rightful inhabitants, and perhaps the Boston Tea Party. The heroes of history are all warriors -Education, 124:of individuality. Whether he joins a political party, or upholds some form of welfare work, orExternalisation, 192:ideology, of any form of government, religion or party. The objective of those who are entrustedExternalisation, 234:is certainly not in the political field, where party strife controls and blinds the warring groups,Externalisation, 263:thought-form of a sewing machine, of a political party, of an economic idea, or some other type ofExternalisation, 376:and political orders remained corrupt, fostering party, social and national strife. Externalisation, 461:in anything or anyone [461] but their political party and the reactionary interests of someExternalisation, 665:towards spiritualizing the concepts of the labor party in every country, and of industrialists,Healing, 16:the patient is in the hands of an outside party, and should be passive, quiescent and negative.Healing, 124:The disciple stands ready; the responsive party usually withdraws or approaches according to theHealing, 396:will still necessitate a contact via a third party, and will be entirely astral; it will thereforeHealing, 699:Nothing is known anent the rays of either party. I am not bringing into this discussion anyMagic, 400:are emerging out of every group and church and party, and will therefore be truly representative.Magic, 487:it? Arrest it by a rush and wave of love for the party implicated, that envelops the thought-formProblems, 10:divided within themselves by racial barriers, by party [11] differences and by religious attitudes.Problems, 43:rightful inhabitants and perhaps the Boston Tea Party. The heroes of history are all warriors -Problems, 80:business, organization against organization, party against party, nation against nation, laborProblems, 80:organization against organization, party against party, nation against nation, labor againstProblems, 113:marriages. They mean no happiness for either party. When considering this [114] subject it shouldProblems, 115:group against group and (within the nations) party against party and man against man. The wise andProblems, 115:group and (within the nations) party against party and man against man. The wise and the farseeing,Problems, 119:of goodwill meet, no matter what their political party, nation or religion, there is no problemProblems, 131:in the past. The refusal of the revolutionary party in Russia to recognize this corrupt church wasProblems, 134:of government action or some political creed or party. Others demand the emergence of a leader, andPsychology1, 286:it is the union of the physical body of one party, with the physical body of the other party leftPsychology1, 286:one party, with the physical body of the other party left cold and uninterested and uninvolved, butPsychology1, 296:and suitable and regulated manner. Today one party or other is usually sacrificed, either to anPsychology2, 632:of state, and are the controlling agent in some party, some group and in some political, religiousPsychology2, 634:either for or against this, that, or the other party. They love to recognize and choose a leader,Psychology2, 635:ready to fight, and are today fighting in every party, every group, and for every kind ofPsychology2, 636:of humanity. They are found in every government, party, society, and organization, and in everyPsychology2, 636:new social order in the world. They belong to no party or government, in the partisan sense. TheyPsychology2, 637:and attack, and the ancient techniques of party battle have utterly failed, and that the meansPsychology2, 637:town, - a grouping of people who belong to no party, take no sides either for or against, but whoPsychology2, 637:and as practical a program as any other single party in the world today. They take their stand uponPsychology2, 639:We are occupied with the formation of that new party which will gather into its ranks all men ofPsychology2, 639:where based on the old order. This new party can be regarded as the embodiment of the emergingPsychology2, 639:religion and every nation and type of political party - are free from the spirit of hatred andPsychology2, 640:to ends which lead to separativeness, to hatred, party strife, civil war, widespread economicPsychology2, 640:freedom, the problem of the left and the right party, communism, fascism, nazism, the New Deal,Psychology2, 640:to the front with some solution, gathering a party to put it over, and fighting for their ideal.Psychology2, 643:of the New Group of World Servers belong to no party or religion and yet belong to all parties andPsychology2, 643:these members will be found in every political party and every world religion. They represent anPsychology2, 649:This program cannot succeed nor can this middle party in the world - intermediate between thePsychology2, 671:as yet, to have but little vision. Attack by one party upon another party in public, national orPsychology2, 671:little vision. Attack by one party upon another party in public, national or political life, or ofPsychology2, 673:or the downfall of any political or national party. It calls for intelligent and practical effort.Psychology2, 674:old hatreds. There must be no attack upon any party or group, and no criticism of any leader orPsychology2, 674:and those associated with them, stand for no party, neither for nor against any group or form ofPsychology2, 674:are those who are fighting for some political party, some form of national government, somePsychology2, 675:them. Partisanship, fighting for or against, and party spirit distinguish the modern world of men.Psychology2, 675:attitudes which will eventually produce a third party, free from political and religious hatreds.Psychology2, 676:who can constitute a third group or "middle party" (to borrow a phrase from the field of politics)Psychology2, 680:antagonism from any government, any political party, any economic strategist, or any religiousRays, 300:gathered out of every nation, every political party, every social group, every religious cult orRays, 613:made clear. In politics, for instance, the two-party system is based upon a correct premise, but itRays, 613:groups in any land and also for the progressive party who are alert to the new possibilities; oneRays, 613:who are alert to the new possibilities; one party aims at the holding back of the life of theRays, 613:the impatient and the immature; the progressive party should be composed of those who are aware ofRays, 613:appreciated by the unthinking masses. Today, party politics are as selfish, and therefore asRays, 624:as is the case elsewhere in the world, party politics and religious cleavages condition her manyRays, 625:has worked well for them. Torn as they are by party politics, in revolt against ecclesiasticism,Rays, 626:thing is that the conflict is largely between party leaders and their immediate convincedRays, 627:people seek. They find, however, that neither party has an effective plan or program, that both areRays, 627:plan or program, that both are animated by party politics, and that the interests of the people asRays, 627:are not of major importance to the present party leaders. This internal conflict is slowly,Telepathy, 10:attempt to make a telepathic contact when one party is under emotional strain and therefore notTelepathy, 10:strain and therefore not responsive, or one party is intensively occupied with some mental problemTelepathy, 26:the world on a large scale. Love of a cause, a party or an idea is becoming more and more
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