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

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Astrology, 213:for this travesty of the truth has been that St. Paul, that great initiate, prior to taking theAstrology, 215:but the Scorpio-Mars presentation of St. Paul. Mars has ruled Christianity because St. PaulAstrology, 215:Paul. Mars has ruled Christianity because St. Paul misinterpreted the esoteric significances of theAstrology, 234:This again is due to the influence of St. Paul but not to the teaching of Christ. From theseAtom, 44:a marvelous and synthesized Whole. St. Paul may have had something of this sort in mind when heAtom, 56:Bible the same thought is borne out by St. Paul in a letter to the Church at Ephesus. In the secondAtom, 149:and for that time to arrive, of which St. Paul speaks when he says: "There should be no division inAtom, 158:I cannot do better than quote again from St. Paul, where he says: "I reckon that the sufferings ofAutobiography, 60:again find that reality in themselves which St. Paul calls "Christ in you, the hope of glory." UponAutobiography, 86:I had staked my entire life on the words of St. Paul; "I know Whom I have believed and am persuadedAutobiography, 91:we paid the price, for the great law which St. Paul states "Whatsoever a man soweth that shall heAutobiography, 140:First Born in a great family of brothers, as St. Paul has told us, and a guarantee to us of our ownAutobiography, 142:to me to discover [142] that I could call in St. Paul and Christ, Himself, to substantiate theseAutobiography, 295:the second aspect of divinity and that of which Paul spoke when he referred to "Christ in you, theBethlehem, 16:Thus that spiritual reality, spoken of by St. Paul as "Christ in you, the hope of glory," (Col., I,Bethlehem, 18:lower man to be saved by the higher. This, St. Paul points out in the words so familiar to all ofBethlehem, 23:the lower nature. This was the lesson which St. Paul knew and the goal towards which he strove. "IBethlehem, 26:is the stage of achievement, referred to by St. Paul in the following terms, "Till we all come, inBethlehem, 27:nature; it is this realization which marks St. Paul as one of the first initiates to attain thatBethlehem, 35:life which is the outstanding message of St. Paul. (I Cor., XV, 31.) Each of us must sooner orBethlehem, 58:Christian documents; but, on the contrary, St. Paul speaks of Jesus as 'made of the seed of DavidBethlehem, 74:When it is realized, then we can say with St Paul: "For His sake I have suffered the loss ofBethlehem, 80:been for men to have accepted the ideas of St. Paul as given through translation down theBethlehem, 80:dwelt upon by Christ. It was emphasized by St. Paul, and the slant which he gave to Christianity isBethlehem, 104:emerge into the very Light of God Himself. St. Paul perhaps touched this truth when he spoke ofBethlehem, 129:all races and all men, so that the words of St. Paul could be true in deed and in fact: "There isBethlehem, 136:The bias thrown on Christian theology by St. Paul has perhaps over-balanced the structure of theBethlehem, 136:no matter if brilliant and sincere, as was St. Paul. In dealing with the subject of Deity, we haveBethlehem, 157:is 'metamorphosed,' the very word used by St. Paul to describe the transmutation of the mortal bodyBethlehem, 186:of death, attain to a joyful resurrection. St. Paul sought to bring this truth home to us, thoughBethlehem, 186:It would not appear from this passage that St. Paul regarded it as sufficient to salvation that oneBethlehem, 190:a need to "die daily," (I Cor., XV, 31.) as St. Paul says, in order that we may live. Christ diedBethlehem, 194:Christ may live. The lower carnal nature (as St. Paul loved to call it) must die in order that theBethlehem, 194:at-one-ment which was pre-eminently St. Paul's interpretation of the Crucifixion, but the doctrineBethlehem, 245:in existence, and leads to the despair which St. Paul expressed in the words: "If in this life onlyDestiny, 124:see the results to which the great initiate, Paul, refers when he speaks of the whole creationDiscipleship1, 44:way of the mind were Sankaracharya, the Apostle Paul, and Meister Eckhart. Today, many are comingDiscipleship1, 240:I would say to you in the words of the initiate, Paul; [241] "Forgetting the things which areDiscipleship1, 631:on the wings of blinding light. A study of St. Paul, his revelation and his way of truth, hisDiscipleship1, 717:the Christ has not taken place. Saul must become Paul, as the Christian phraseology puts it. TheDiscipleship1, 736:nature of love than that given by the initiate Paul, even though the translation of his words isDiscipleship2, 96:it can be summed up in the words of St. Paul: "No man liveth unto himself." Feeling, thinking andDiscipleship2, 254:the initiate. He, therefore, realizes what St. Paul meant when - talking in hierarchical terms - heDiscipleship2, 270:upon these words of the great initiate, St. Paul. The full expression of these highest spiritualDiscipleship2, 274:which no words exist, is suddenly contacted. St. Paul had reached such a point when he referred toDiscipleship2, 386:for the manifestation of the Sons of God." St. Paul is there referring to planetary purpose and toDiscipleship2, 443:in the body or out of the body" (as the initiate Paul expressed it), the life of the disciple doesDiscipleship2, 732:a message based on the words of the initiate, Paul: "Forgetting the things which are behind, pressExternalisation, 247:evidence of things not seen," as the initiate, Paul, expresses it; your thought will then beExternalisation, 276:long ages men have prayed in the words of St. Paul: "Let the love of God be shed abroad in ourExternalisation, 415:their stand among those who can say with St. Paul: "I know Whom I have believed." It is with theseExternalisation, 473:the Eldest in a great family of brothers (as St. Paul expresses it), the Master of the Masters andExternalisation, 514:sense, a cell in His Body. This the initiate Paul truly sensed and knew. Via this strand passes theExternalisation, 533:as to His will because They [533] see it whole. Paul, the initiate, hints at this when writing oneExternalisation, 543:in its effects. Starting [543] with St. Paul, the theologians interpreted His words in such aExternalisation, 543:to its Jewish background (emphasized by St. Paul), which made it full of propaganda instead ofExternalisation, 592:the intricate legalities and discussions of St. Paul, and the lengthy disputations of theologicalExternalisation, 622:it is fully realized that (in the words of St. Paul) "the whole creation groaneth and travaileth inExternalisation, 683:destiny, immediate karma or form of service. St. Paul, for instance, was in the initiate stage ofFire, 166:XV, 53.) or indestructible, spoken of by St. Paul, and is the product of evolution, of the perfectFire, 611:can be studied from the Christian angle, and Paul was but voicing an occult truth when heHealing, 10:have our being" within the body of God (as St. Paul expresses it) we, as integral parts of theHealing, 268:unit within the fourth or human kingdom. St. Paul summed up the attitude which humanity shouldHealing, 507:two are now one. It was of this phase that St. Paul was speaking when he referred (in the EpistleHealing, 621:Eldest in a great family of brothers," as St. Paul expresses it. The current pictures of the ChristHercules, 18:a physical body, but capable at times, like St. Paul, of being "caught up to the third heaven," andHercules, 19:aspirants and mystics of the world. Note how St. Paul cries out as he wrestles with the problem: "IHercules, 119:link up with that verse in Ephesians when St. Paul said that some day we shall attain unto theInitiation, 38:and Krishna, down to those lesser initiates, Paul of Tarsus, Luther, and certain of the outstandingInitiation, 59:Hilarion, who, in an earlier incarnation was Paul of Tarsus. He is occupying a Cretan body, butIntellect, 73:like an enemy". - Bhagavad Gita, VI. 6. and St. Paul says practically the same thing in hisIntellect, 73:the Savior of man. It is, in the words of St. Paul, "Christ in us, the hope of glory." This becomesIntellect, 74:into proven experience. The statement of St. Paul's remains only a concept and a possibility until,Intellect, 99:in the fourteenth century, tells us that! "St. Paul reminds us that we being planted in theIntellect, 154:transported into the "Third Heaven" (like St. Paul) and contemplating the beatific vision ofIntellect, 183:that intellection has played, the words of St. Paul take on a new clarity, when he says: "Let thisIntellect, 205:or Psychological Religion, page 284. St. Paul emphasizes the same truth when he speaks of "ChristMagic, 34:has registered down the ages, and which St. Paul referred to when he spoke of being "caught up toMagic, 35:evolution itself and this was in the mind of St. Paul when he spoke of the "Christ in you, the hopeMagic, 83:lost, and the sarcastic words of the initiate, Paul, "Let us eat and drink for tomorrow we die"Magic, 326:to God, which will demonstrate the truth of St. Paul's words "One Lord, one faith, one baptism, onePatanjaliintensity of glory. The great initiate, Paul, had a vision of this when he said that "the wholePatanjali, 176:fail to satisfy him. He reaches the stage which Paul refers to when he says "I count all things butPatanjali, 186:to abstain from avarice is covered by St. Paul when he says "I have learned in whatsoever state IPatanjali, 300:hands, eternal in the heavens" mentioned by St. Paul. In connection with the fourth world, VyasaPatanjali, 341:his own plane, the real discarnate thinker. St. Paul, as has been pointed out by several thinkers,Patanjali, 365:Christ, the "body of Christ," referred to by St. Paul in I. Cor., XII. In this sutra, therefore, itPatanjali, 382:transformation is produced, and the words of St. Paul become therefore clear: "Be ye thereforePatanjali, 423:away. This was well known to the great initiate, Paul, and was the cause of his injunction to thePatanjali, 423:degree. To them goes out the clarion call of Paul: "Stand therefore, having your loins girt aboutProblems, 104:that there is "neither Jew nor Gentile", as St. Paul expressed it (facing two thousand years agoProblems, 128:nature of the Virgin Birth, the function of St. Paul as a teacher of Christian truth, the nature ofProblems, 143:which needs re-emphasizing. In these words, St. Paul phrases for us the ancient and true teachingPsychology1, 16:at-one-ment is made. The words of the initiate Paul have here a fitting place, wherein he says:Psychology1, 119:of trained psychologists to solve. The initiate Paul referred to this when he spoke of the eternalPsychology1, 119:towards liberation bear witness to the same. Paul points out that victory is won through Christ,Psychology2, 318:of the continuity of desire is voiced for us by Paul, the initiate, in The Epistle to the RomansPsychology2, 366:taking with determination the position which St. Paul expressed in the words: "Having done all, toPsychology2, 410:are aware of the spiritual dualism of which St. Paul wrote in the Epistle to the Romans. He wrotePsychology2, 448:achievement of Christ was expressed by St. Paul in the words that He made "in himself of twain one
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