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Autobiography, 199:my consciousness at this time. I discovered that people were perfectly willing to talk about theAutobiography, 199:and right, and I have always realized that when people have been too frank with one and have givenAutobiography, 199:never been interested in the sex relations of people but I realize that it is a major factor inAutobiography, 200:a dangerous thing in an innocent group of young people in creative natural living. The whispers,Autobiography, 200:behind locked doors raised inquiries among young people and resulted in dirtiness in their thinkingAutobiography, 200:to this. It is almost possible that young people know too much, but I personally believe it to be aAutobiography, 201:are riddled by divorce procedures; young people marry on the basis that if the union is not a happyAutobiography, 201:because England is a very small country and my people are very well known. The rector said he wouldAutobiography, 202:of the sexes openly and directly with the young people, and I see that time most rapidlyAutobiography, 202:that time most rapidly approaching. The young people are very sound but their ignorance frequentlyAutobiography, 202:insult to the human intelligence and our young people are most highly intelligent. Autobiography, 202:(and here I am generalizing) leave the young people more free to work out their own problems. MyAutobiography, 203:as a general rule we can trust our young people but, candidly, I do not trust the parents largelyAutobiography, 203:began to gather around so that it was not only people, people, people all the time in my office butAutobiography, 203:to gather around so that it was not only people, people, people all the time in my office but itAutobiography, 203:around so that it was not only people, people, people all the time in my office but it was boy,Autobiography, 205:friends and guests and frequently had 20 or 30 people at the house. We mixed them all upAutobiography, 205:them all up higgledy-piggledy, young and old, people of good social position or of no position, andAutobiography, 206:In time, however, we decided that a lot of these people who occupied chairs in my audiences wereAutobiography, 206:it is to feel nervous on the platform. I like people and trust them and an audience is simply aAutobiography, 206:each other and I knew all that she felt about people and circumstances and her environment. I likeAutobiography, 207:of the Ageless Wisdom but she was afraid of people; afraid of being misunderstood; afraid thatAutobiography, 207:afraid of being misunderstood; afraid that people liked her for her money and basically and deeplyAutobiography, 208:afford it. The poverty among the better class of people who have to keep up certain appearances isAutobiography, 208:to talk as I would like to talk about the people who matter the most to me. I feel thisAutobiography, 209:I would like to put the Grand Duke in touch with people in this country who won't care whether heAutobiography, 209:of mine the wish that he could meet certain people. Mr. Roumanoff then took me upstairs to theAutobiography, 210:I then went on to tell him that there were people in America, like Mrs. du Pont Ortiz, who thoughtAutobiography, 212:and I were coming increasingly in contact with people all over the world. Letters came pouring inAutobiography, 215:was that of every parent who launches young people on to the world, particularly if they areAutobiography, 215:and through them we were coming into touch with people in every country. Many of these people wouldAutobiography, 215:with people in every country. Many of these people would join the Arcane School, and the majorityAutobiography, 216:the world mainly through the books and through people who wrote in to us about meditation or inAutobiography, 217:involved. The travelling expenses of five people were no light item and we were not at all sureAutobiography, 218:degree. Anybody can get a college degree but few people could travel widely. I suppose I wasAutobiography, 219:beings if they got to know more about [219] people in other continents, not by visiting monumentsAutobiography, 219:and galleries but by getting to know the people themselves, so we gave up all idea of an academicAutobiography, 219:They discovered that there were just as nice people, just as intelligent people, just as badAutobiography, 219:were just as nice people, just as intelligent people, just as bad people, just as good people inAutobiography, 219:people, just as intelligent people, just as bad people, just as good people in Great Britain,Autobiography, 219:people, just as bad people, just as good people in Great Britain, Switzerland, France, etc., asAutobiography, 219:that sort of thing has to go. I find the same people in the many countries in which I have lived.Autobiography, 219:and have listened to what the different people say about each other and the way they disparage eachAutobiography, 219:each other I have noticed it more than most people do, and it was the sense of the oneness ofAutobiography, 219:social ladder. It is a great education to like people and I was born liking [220] people. One ofAutobiography, 220:to like people and I was born liking [220] people. One of the best men I ever knew and regarded asAutobiography, 221:of the country they were in and see some of the people and watch how they live and what [222] theyAutobiography, 222:and drink coffee and just sit and watch the people and listen and talk. So that is what we didAutobiography, 222:picture postcards and found out that foreign people were very like ourselves. From Antwerp we wentAutobiography, 223:and the peculiarly decadent and objectionable people who lived on the shore of the lake. As soon asAutobiography, 223:get into danger and I pointed out the types of people on the roads who were plainly the undesirableAutobiography, 223:had existed. I pointed out to them the type of people who indulged in these kinds of things andAutobiography, 223:be so. I have never believed in keeping young people free from the knowledge of that which isAutobiography, 224:could be said that the work was a great success. People of all nationalities met there and we allAutobiography, 227:Ascona for three years had brought a number of people of different nationalities into the schoolAutobiography, 228:with H.P.B. came when a small group of Sinnett's people affiliated with the Arcane School, theAutobiography, 230:making in its significance though only a few people as yet realize its true meaning. The positionAutobiography, 231:Bailey - Chapter VI I often smile to myself when people boast and say [232] that their horoscope isAutobiography, 232:happenings the story is very different. People hear the statement made that we are now transitingAutobiography, 233:even at present could only touch a very few people, produced these natural reactions. SomeAutobiography, 233:which conditioned the religious life of the people of that era. This becomes still more apparentAutobiography, 234:of the world disciples and their helpers these people can be trained in practical and effectiveAutobiography, 235:the necessity for active goodwill. [235] So many people of good intentions theoretically accept theAutobiography, 235:the idea of peace, piling up mailing-lists of people who endorsed the idea of peace - and whoAutobiography, 236:real activity to put these conditions right. People continued to starve; many continued to beAutobiography, 236:ever to come peace and this has been forgotten. People have attempted to initiate a period of peaceAutobiography, 239:that the [239] work of the Buddha prepared people for the Path of Discipleship, whilst the work ofAutobiography, 239:whilst the work of the Christ prepared people for Initiation. He indicated a ritual in thisAutobiography, 241:or Zurich and stayed there for a little while. People from different parts of Europe would meet usAutobiography, 241:Antwerp and find exactly the same quality in the people as in Great Britain and the United States.Autobiography, 246:on personal unfoldment and liberation. The people who were indicated as initiates and seniorAutobiography, 246:and senior disciples were entirely mediocre people with no influence outside the TheosophicalAutobiography, 248:however, in the case of highly developed people, aspirants, disciples and initiates who areAutobiography, 248:is against the occult law and has seen too many people of no particular spiritual focus orAutobiography, 249:and study and giving esoteric teaching - leave people to make their own adjustments, to interpretAutobiography, 251:- where [251] possible - objectively all those people of spiritual purpose and a deep love ofAutobiography, 251:of goodwill. I made an effort to reach these people in 1936 when there was a faint possibility thatAutobiography, 251:word and by the radio but there were not enough people spiritually interested to take the neededAutobiography, 252:death and agony, many spiritually minded people were anxious to stay aloof from the struggle. TheyAutobiography, 252:of humanity and for the release of the suffering people. This necessarily placed the Hierarchy inAutobiography, 252:concerned, was demanded of spiritually inclined people. Such people fail to think clearly andAutobiography, 252:demanded of spiritually inclined people. Such people fail to think clearly and confuse anAutobiography, 252:cannot, therefore, endorse the nations or the people in any nation who are against human freedomAutobiography, 253:Hierarchy will work to change the attitude of people as to what is spiritual. Being responsible forAutobiography, 253:(in 1931 and later) a group of approximately 45 people - some known to her personally [254] andAutobiography, 254:the group work of the new discipleship. These people received direct personal instructions from meAutobiography, 254:shortly. - Foster Bailey.) Necessarily these people have, from their contact with me, ascertainedAutobiography, 254:difficulty, owing to the fact that hundreds of people in nearly every country in the world haveAutobiography, 255:upheld. They are not the spectacular and illbred people portrayed by the mediocre leaders of manyAutobiography, 257:many Masters, recognized today by thousands of people. She has not sheltered herself behind me orAutobiography, 257:the Hierarchy stands, that Christ is with His people, that the world is full of disciplesAutobiography, 257:and radiant influence which will attract people to truth and goodness but not to the individual -Autobiography, 262:These organizations are composed of groups of people with devoted spiritual intention, animated byAutobiography, 271:and seldom, if ever, is it a commercial success. People respond to the note sounded and to theAutobiography, 275:today, this idea is exploded and scores of people throughout the world meditate, make alignment andAutobiography, 275:aspects of secondary occultism have caused people to lose sight of the fact that much of the above,Autobiography, 278:in the material world. The seven major types of people are studied; their characteristics areAutobiography, 282:and had, in that time, serviced over 20,000 people. Its curriculum is progressive; step by step theAutobiography, 282:time in the development of the psychic powers; people are not taught to be clairvoyant orAutobiography, 282:the Arcane School is designed solely to train people to be conscious, working disciples, its
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