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

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Intellect, 200:begin to concentrate at once if we choose. We possess a great deal of knowledge, mental power, andMagic, 56:who are the "onlookers and observers". They possess the power of spiritual insight or perception asMagic, 126:You ask, whether workers in black magic possess not an equal power? I answer, no. They can work inMagic, 176:upon the modicum of knowledge which they possess a further structure of greater extent. EachMagic, 283:it is to have in the world? What does the group possess through the medium of its corporate unitsMagic, 294:majority of human beings, in the fact that they possess as yet an apparatus inadequate for theMagic, 334:of human thought will be triple. People will possess etheric vision. The vital or etheric body,Magic, 356:Few people have souls and only a few therefore possess immortality and go hence to their own placeMagic, 396:of love to the whole, though they frequently possess love for those who are necessary to them or toMagic, 399:the spiritual ideal. They were not required to possess active mentalities, and their intellectualMagic, 417:their methods of carrying forward the work. They possess a full realization of their ownMagic, 417:to cultivate a world grasp of conditions and possess a general idea of what is going on in theMagic, 417:is going on in the different countries. They possess in truth no nationality in the sense that theyMagic, 419:of this group of new age workers will, however, possess certain general characteristics. They willMagic, 448:for a sufficiently long period of time one will possess it. Such is the law governing the return toMagic, 467:are omitted as none who will read these words possess the equipment to comprehend their innerMagic, 527:the psychologists and scientists tell us we possess but do not employ. This analogy you can thinkMagic, 532:of death but they lack memory and prevision, and possess not that mental apprehension which willMagic, 543:perform magical deeds, yet who do not possess this essential purity and loving-kindness to whichMagic, 551:understand, and the qualifications which he must possess before he is permitted to carry forwardMagic, 558:When he can do this, he will achieve power and possess that single eye which will redound to theMagic, 603:power to live and to function subjectively, to possess a constant inner contact with the soul andPatanjali, 87:- desire, longing, concentrated determination to possess, the negation of all that does not meetPatanjali, 316:that knowledge which the [316] ordinary man can possess, which perhaps is best expressed in theProblems, 53:both civilized and cultured and who will also possess the capacity to move forward (as lifeProblems, 80:millstone around the neck of mankind. To own, to possess, and to compete with other men forProblems, 179:of people who are trained in goodwill and who possess clear insight into the principles whichPsychology1, xxiii:nor do they at this time (as a general rule) possess that inner mechanism of thought and thatPsychology1, 9:seek to link what I say to any knowledge you may possess of the modern theories, and remember thatPsychology1, 10:to be in the rank and file of aspirants, but who possess the persistence which will drive themPsychology1, 130:is not possessed of soul, and does not therefore possess the qualities of response and ofPsychology1, 207:and of research. The man on this ray will possess keen intellect, great accuracy in detail, andPsychology1, 282:and animal lust; it will foster the urge to possess in the material sense, with all the evilPsychology1, 312:(in the words of the great Christian teacher) to possess in ourselves "the mind of Christ." ThisPsychology2, 33:are naught and yet are all there is; that They possess nothing and yet are in Themselves thePsychology2, 61:there is more to manifestation than forms which possess a life principle. There is a diversityPsychology2, 77:Relinquishment. The Path of outgoing in order to possess. Selfishness, the major characteristic ofPsychology2, 78:of the Soul or Self. Freedom from the desire to possess, freedom from acquisitiveness, andPsychology2, 291:[291] of mental energy which will enable it to possess (whilst in incarnation) the type of vehiclePsychology2, 633:to love of country, and to hatred of those who possess more than they do. They can be controlled byPsychology2, 633:but the desire to retaliate, the longing to possess in the material sense, and the determination toPsychology2, 661:and capability. It is essential that they possess, as far as possible, the qualities of intuitivePsychology2, 661:perception, but it is also imperative that they possess practical experience and training inPsychology2, 676:are trained in the spirit of good will, and who possess such a clear insight into the principlesPsychology2, 712:dissemination of any knowledge which you may possess. Distribution of the teaching over a longRays, 29:himself. All of them desire to move forward and possess a strong inner spiritual life - hence myRays, 218:physical plane and in group formation. It will possess a sensitive feeling apparatus, correspondingRays, 412:no longer exist, and mankind has shown itself to possess the potentialities which will enable itsRays, 418:are there no kingdoms of nature, such as we possess; these groups receive all Those Who choose theRays, 440:in the three worlds; not all the Masters need or possess physical bodies; not all the Masters "haveRays, 530:measures of enlightened understanding you may possess. Initiation is only a ceremony in so far thatRays, 642:to light and illumination. A Master may not possess all knowledge possible from the exoteric angle;Reappearance, 39:the will of God is known." The public should possess some understanding of this highest spiritualSoul, 19:follows: "The most precious bit of knowledge we possess today about Man is that he is the creatureSoul, 38:which they discharge their contents. The second possess no ducts, and their secretions are absorbedSoul, 41:We may perhaps concede that this organ does possess a function in man and in most mammals. It isSoul, 67:it forms with the properties they are known to possess..." - Sajous, Chas. E. de Al., M.D., ScD.,Telepathy, 55:relatively simple facts and recognize that you possess the key or the clue in your alreadyTelepathy, 142:the various kingdoms in nature - which does not possess an energy form, subtle and intangible yetTelepathy, 183:the innate symbol-making faculty which all men possess, the concept of our planet as a great lotus
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