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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - PAUL
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Psychology2, 649:of forgiveness in the sense in which St. Paul wrote when he said "Forgetting the things which areRays, 73:Thus the door and the past are left behind. St. Paul attempted to express this idea when he said:Rays, 193:saw the glory of the Lord and was changed into Paul the Apostle. His forward moving and potentRays, 193:the penetration into the third heaven to which Paul testified later in his life. He realized theRays, 240:the medium of His twelve Apostles, regarding Paul as substituting for Judas Iscariot. The BuddhaRays, 318:of the Christ, and much distorted for us by St. Paul in his effort to blend the new religion whichRays, 381:teaching. The withdrawing Masters had Their Paul to distort the truth, just as had the Christ,Rays, 570:the "carnal" man (to use the words of Paul, the initiate) will be battling the spiritual man, eachReappearance, 30:in the death of Christ and much distorted by St. Paul in his effort to blend the new religion whichReappearance, 37:the intricate legalities and discussions of St. Paul, and in the lengthy disputation of theologicalReappearance, 61:we live and move and have our being" (as St. Paul expressed it in Acts XVII, 28.) is focused,Reappearance, 75:in every human heart which was described by St. Paul as "Christ in you, the hope of glory" (Col.,Reappearance, 106:of the vicarious at-one-ment. It was St. Paul who was responsible for this emphasis. A parallelingReappearance, 140:into the fogs of theology (initiated by St. Paul) and in the discussions of churchmen throughoutReappearance, 145:of glory" is the triumphant affirmation of St. Paul. 3. The Fact of Immortality and of EternalReappearance, 147:which needs re-emphasizing. In these words, St. Paul phrases for us the ancient and true teachingReappearance, 169:it is fully realized that (in the words of St. Paul) "the whole creation groaneth and travaileth inReappearance, 181:the medium of His twelve Apostles, regarding Paul as substituting for Judas Iscariot. The BuddhaSoul, 52:physical and psychic mechanism? Was not St. Paul, in short, right in saying that man has a naturalSoul, 77:with the elaboration of the teaching of St. Paul, that there dwells in each human being aSoul, 77:triplicate of body, soul and spirit as did St. Paul. He summed up in his teaching the point of viewSoul, 102:things in the heart." [102] - Deussen, Dr. Paul, The Philosophy of the Upanishads, pp. 286, 287.Soul, 102:- In truth, this is that. - Deussen, Dr. Paul, Philosophy of the Upanishads, p. 170. As here theSoul, 103:is perhaps Mahan. 11. 6-12." - Deussen, Dr. Paul, Philosophy of the Upanishads, p. 171. TheSoul, 159:Iyengar The Philosophy of the Upanishads, Paul Deussen The Prashnopanishad Principles of Tantra (2
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