|Astrology, 83:or the smooth passage from sign to sign as I may portray it. All souls come into incarnation in theAstrology, 224:the Moon falls. What do these facts symbolically portray? Let me see if I can make the beauty ofAstrology, 403:and their planetary interplay and have sought to portray the reactions of humanity to theseAstrology, 499:to demonstrate the veracity of the picture I portray and the validity of the inner spiritualAutobiography, 182:that you must say the things they want said and portray yourself to them as they think you shouldBethlehem, 149:that has been written in an attempt to portray the wonder of the transfiguration and the vision ofDiscipleship1, 327:of things as they intrinsically are and to portray facts as they really exist, has militatedExternalisation, 69:implications which the signs of the times portray and not be entirely engrossed with the immediateExternalisation, 244:Life. In the above you have an attempt to portray the wider vision with its demanded, practical,Glamour, 149:towards some material heaven (and most religions portray heaven in this manner), ambitions forHealing, 184:interplay and a reversal is going on. I can but portray the nature of a symbol which will indicateHercules, 4:passed through certain episodes and events which portray for all time the nature of the trainingHercules, 115:it Lilith or Isis, Eve or the Virgin Mary, all portray the mother of the world, but it is Mary whoHercules, 208:passed through certain episodes and events which portray, for all time, the nature of the trainingIntellect, 127:man, in his consciousness, has traveled. They portray the condition in which we find a vast numberMagic, 479:anent hell-fire and the lake of fire. They portray symbolically the end of the age  when thePsychology1, 39:the simple arrangement of these signs, for they portray your life and progress: This is true of thePsychology1, 313:his conscious manifestation of divine powers. To portray adequately the wonder and the destiny ofPsychology2, 402:silly optimistic and glamorous situation, or to portray no easy way of escape which would only leadPsychology2, 599:the many symbols that veil the soul, which  portray pictorially the ultimate destination andRays, 356:sun must pass. Pentecost. This event does not portray the triumph of orthodox Christianity (as theRays, 517:archaic word-forms (which I have attempted to portray in Anglo-Saxon letters) are the embodiment.