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Astrology, 490:of individualism and of self-consciousness, so prevalent today on a world scale. Ray VI -Autobiography, 245:many occult presentations of truth which were prevalent. She only stipulated that the writingAutobiography, 257:to the world. This will be done not in terms (so prevalent among the foolish) of "The Master hasAutobiography, 301:their way into the Western world, and are so prevalent among esotericists, were largely outmodedBethlehem, 3:doctrines of negation are becoming increasingly prevalent. To many, the whole question of theBethlehem, 69:who worshipped the bull, which was the worship prevalent in the age when our sun was passingDestiny, 60:the Way." All the various forms of government, prevalent in the world today, will - after makingDestiny, 121:and finally touched upon the three modes of the prevalent ray activity. Let us follow the sameDestiny, 122:methods from the ancient past is all too prevalent at this time and is responsible for muchDiscipleship1, 720:(the fire of the personality) is still too prevalent and too powerful in the lives of aspirants. ItDiscipleship1, 740:never does this with intention. The theory (so prevalent among occult groups) that the leader orDiscipleship1, 777:many occult presentations of truth which were prevalent; she only stipulated that the writingDiscipleship1, 789:to the world; this will be done not in terms (so prevalent among the foolish) of "The Master hasDiscipleship2, 164:nucleus, provided again that the inertia so prevalent among spiritual people is overcome. There isDiscipleship2, 318:is not, at the time when the other two forms are prevalent, reduced to writing; it will find itsDiscipleship2, 643:I would ask you to remember that they meet the prevalent conditions on all three planesEducation, 109:idealistic humanity. This idealism and this prevalent enquiry are responsible for the present worldEducation, 124:esoteric philosophy, or becomes a member of some prevalent ism or cult, he is increasingly aware ofEducation, 133:misinterpretation of the newer concepts which is prevalent at this time and is thus producing theExternalisation, 44:end in death will, of course, still be prevalent. The overcoming of death is not contingent uponExternalisation, 52:right application. The system of education, then prevalent, will be utilized as the medium ofExternalisation, 63:of the seed groups. They are not immune from the prevalent failings and many of them have sought toExternalisation, 74:other forces which tend to increase the already prevalent tension in the world are: 4. The forcesExternalisation, 86:and organizational changes which are so prevalent and so disturbing. There is little that humanityExternalisation, 240:help and comfort. Shall the demand, so widely prevalent at this time, for divine intervention, riseExternalisation, 356:of re-establishing the spiritual contact so prevalent in Atlantean days and so long lost, and theExternalisation, 356:illusion, dissipate glamor and devitalize the prevalent maya. This they are doing by the increasedExternalisation, 376:in right human relations. The revolt so widely prevalent against the "vague visionings" ofExternalisation, 580:find conditions greatly changed from those now prevalent, and this to the following extent: TheExternalisation, 615:considering the present field of conflict, the prevalent greed and the international and racialExternalisation, 666:of all the differing ideologies which are prevalent in the world today are to be found activelyFire, 813:the abolition of abuses of different kinds, so prevalent now in many family circles. ResponsibilityFire, 905:the next root-race, astral clairvoyance will be prevalent, though not universal, and thus contactGlamour, 52:This form of illusion is becoming increasingly prevalent among disciples and those who have takenGlamour, 151:for this group? Irritation is exceedingly prevalent these days of nervous tension and it most [152]Glamour, 162:of re-establishing the spiritual contact so prevalent in [163] Atlantean days and so long lost, andGlamour, 163:illusion, dissipate glamor and devitalize the prevalent maya. This they are doing by the increasedGlamour, 211:glamor or in relation to some aspect of the prevalent world glamor. Two things will be apparent toHealing, 18:infectious and contagious diseases, and prevalent epidemics. These may come to a man in the line ofHealing, 39:illustrations to demonstrate the effect of the prevalent wrong attitudes to life and people whichHealing, 40:at this particular time those which are the most prevalent. When they are persisted in over a longHealing, 44:is called heart failure. The nervous diseases so prevalent at this time. These five groups ofHealing, 63:so-called artistic types, homosexuality is very prevalent. I say "so-called" for the truly creativeHealing, 63:otherwise have remained free. This is one of the prevalent reasons today, among many men and women,Healing, 69:of trouble: Worry and Irritation. They are more prevalent at this time than ever before, and forHealing, 79:coordination or integration. This is exceedingly prevalent today and is responsible for a good dealHealing, 92:of frustration can and do produce many of the prevalent toxic conditions and a state of generalHealing, 110:which will point the way to the cause of the prevalent diseases, and so enable the wise to negateHealing, 112:of consciousness, only five per cent of the prevalent diseases are due to mental causes. TheHealing, 117:of trained occultist. There are many conditions prevalent in humanity [118] at this time which canHealing, 201:conditions, insanities and, perhaps even more prevalent, glandular imbalance, are on an expandingHealing, 225:humanity. Insanities. [225] Cancer, so widely prevalent among every type of man today. The socialHealing, 225:result of contact with others, those which are prevalent in the very atmosphere at every time,Healing, 234:Syphilis and tuberculosis have been extensively prevalent in the first half of the Aryan race, inHealing, 239:the source of the tumors, growths and cancers so prevalent today. The same thing can be said aboutHealing, 241:attention as time goes on. The anemias, so prevalent today, are also due to excess of energy. I canHealing, 250:difficult task of offsetting conditions already prevalent on earth as the result of past misuse ofHealing, 304:are most peculiar and will be a great deal more prevalent than heretofore, as this ray is nowHealing, 340:the neurotic and erotic conditions so prevalent at this time. The tremendous increase in insanityHealing, 342:neurotic complaints and mental diseases today so prevalent. The time is not yet. It is not easy forHealing, 353:One of the causes of cancer, which was not so prevalent in the earlier and more leisured [354] daysHealing, 560:taking place - then the more widely known and prevalent diseases will die out and only the diseasesHealing, 563:on the outer plane of human life. Self-pity, so prevalent a trouble, leads to acute indigestion, toIntellect, 248:Another effect of meditation, and a very prevalent one at this time, is the flood of so-calledMagic, 297:of the dark and the unknown, to the fears so prevalent today of loss of friends and loved ones, ofMagic, 330:of the clashing of the three types of force prevalent in the world of today. 1. That emanating fromMagic, 405:the sentimental connotation of the term now so prevalent. It appeared to Them at that time that itMagic, 486:type of thought-form comes forth, - the most prevalent and the one that causes the most trouble.Magic, 637:goal." The third danger (and one that is very prevalent at this time) is that of mental pride andPatanjali, 217:mischief. Teaching on the control of prana is prevalent and has led to the following of breathingPsychology1, 104:and when the power to foresee is generally prevalent, then we shall begin to find ample proof ofPsychology1, 176:peoples of the Occident, for ignorance is deeply prevalent among the masses of Asia as to the trendPsychology1, 186:to an end conditions of decay and of death now prevalent everywhere. Thus mankind can link thePsychology1, 269:steady growth of disease as the result of the prevalent promiscuity and the many illicit relations.Psychology2, 323:in the physical equipment, everywhere prevalent. There is a widespread failure to recognize thePsychology2, 348:a development which is becoming increasingly prevalent in the human field, it might profit us for aPsychology2, 350:only as a human being within the radius of the prevalent civilization, but also into that wider andPsychology2, 419:connection and lack of interest in life (so prevalent at this time) will become less frequent. IPsychology2, 481:automaton. Should this become universally prevalent and the present methods become establishedPsychology2, 508:This category of dreams is becoming increasingly prevalent as the alignment of the astral body andPsychology2, 532:young, certain undesirable tendencies - now so prevalent - would never grow into habits and thoughtPsychology2, 554:Beyond producing hypertension (becoming so prevalent today among the more advanced people of thePsychology2, 572:behind a cloak of humbleness and which is very prevalent at this time. It leads people to regardPsychology2, 668:Group will eventually offset the tendency (so prevalent at this time) towards racial hatreds, andPsychology2, 737:briefly restated this line-up of the forces, prevalent in humanity today. A little thought willPsychology2, 746:such people and work with them. Do not hold the prevalent attitude that they must work with you. ItRays, 123:a part of the great service ritual of the then prevalent universal religion. The race of men willRays, 124:reasons: First, the idea of the One Life is so prevalent, and so customary and trite an unrealizedRays, 186:though somewhat negative organization of the prevalent forces. But then a third and most potentRays, 359:influences and energies, therefore, which are prevalent in our planetary existence, flow throughRays, 500:recognize this fact has been largely due to the prevalent human effort to explain and interpretRays, 604:by the evocation of the fiery emotions so prevalent in the councils of men at this time, and by theRays, 614:has been glimpsed might perhaps be noted in the prevalent instinct to share, motivated at presentRays, 628:politics, and childish selfishness; this is more prevalent among the leaders in the municipalitiesRays, 749:man's renunciation of the material values. The prevalent spirit of expectancy and of a truly divineReappearance, 5:of the Christ are the keynotes of the prevalent expectancy. When the times are ripe, the invocationReappearance, 70:been forced into this position because of the prevalent theological dictum as to Christ's divineSoul, 142:symbol. The perversions of sex magic so widely prevalent are a distortion of this true spiritualTelepathy, 18:Mental Telepathy is becoming increasingly [18] prevalent. This will be more and more so, as timeTelepathy, 26:a party or an idea is becoming more and more prevalent, producing in the initial stages the
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