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

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Autobiography, 87:Indian station and had turned up among the out-patients in a native hospital run by EnglishDiscipleship1, 37:or will energy) and the patient or group of patients. Note this last point. The group idea mustDiscipleship1, 37:the reservoir of living force to the patient or patients. Healing, 257:of disease; they cannot, however, permit their patients to be turned into guinea pigs (is not thatHealing, 272:of the future but which certainly puts their patients into the category of what you call "guineaHealing, 285:inner vision and can see the centers, or with patients who know within themselves their own destinyHealing, 363:In connection with the work of the healer with patients at the gate of death, he may experience aHealing, 369:the negative or the positive ions, and that patients exposed to the positively electrified ionsHealing, 387:clear to the patient. Cure is not guaranteed. Patients must realize that continuance of life in theHealing, 387:of the physical body is of real beneficence. Patients must learn to recognize and accept the Law ofHealing, 389:phase of the preparatory work is not easy. With patients who may be grievously ill, it may not beHealing, 390:find it necessary at times to confront their patients with the fact of death; one of theHealing, 600:art and consequently towards contact with patients; owing to the inevitable working of the lawHealing, 647:They do not, for instance, attempt to heal patients for whom there is no healing possibility. ThePsychology1, 210:sometimes too much inclined to disregard the patients idiosyncrasies and to try and grind them inPsychology2, 190:or will energy) and the patient or group of patients. This last point is to be noted. The groupPsychology2, 190:energy from the reservoir of living force to the patients. 4. Other groups of communicators willPsychology2, 495:bestial filth, drawn forth at times from their patients by psychologists (thus revealing a wishPsychology2, 496:benefit themselves and certainly benefit their patients. Psychology2, 517:Psychologists would do well to study their patients from the angle of these two diverging energies.
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