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Atom, 16:underlying the different aspects. Others are prone to think that their outlook and interpretationAutobiography, 68:protection than I realized at the time; I was prone to do the stupidest things, simply because IAutobiography, 150:pet phobias and fears, sensitive people are prone to tune in on the fears of other people, on theirBethlehem, 135:has hitherto been grasped by humanity, which is prone to lay the emphasis mainly upon one of themDestiny, 65:to which the neutral powers were at one time prone, particularly the United States, and theDiscipleship1, 129:and are naturally a good psychologist. You are prone also (because of your second rayDiscipleship1, 132:can destroy those glamors to which humanity is prone. These are found in those fields of illusoryDiscipleship1, 138:very depth of your vision and knowledge make you prone to feel your individual smallness andDiscipleship1, 151:into which it is so easy to lapse. Disciples are prone to two things (as are all aspirants) andDiscipleship1, 242:far more cautious in the future and less prone to leap to conclusions. Glamor, when it is of such aDiscipleship1, 366:is not involved. Where it is involved, you are prone to over-estimate the loved ones and see tooDiscipleship1, 468:cause of the headaches to which you have been prone. Mistake me not here, my brother. I do not sayDiscipleship1, 477:you now that you do not love enough. You are too prone to criticism, to self-defense and toDiscipleship1, 511:1. Self-pity. To this all disciples are prone. Their lives are necessarily difficult and they areDiscipleship1, 512:guilty. Others in my group of disciples are more prone to this failing than you are. 2. A spirit ofDiscipleship1, 512:to people in general kindly or critical? Are you prone to see the good and ignore the weaknessesDiscipleship1, 531:so? I am choosing my words with care. You are prone to be disgusted with yourself - an inchoate andDiscipleship1, 568:and your first ray astral body make you prone to this beautiful yet deceptive force, flowing fromDiscipleship1, 572:two are singularly free; the rest of you are too prone to view things externally, from the angle ofDiscipleship1, 609:all sixth ray aspirants are more than usually prone. Will you also forgive my pointing out to youDiscipleship1, 611:I warned you (as a sixth ray person) you were prone. The opportunity to service. To relax and leadDiscipleship1, 618:himself of the weaknesses to which you have been prone. I say not this in other spirit than that ofDiscipleship1, 657:personality trait, for second ray people are not prone to this dramatic egocentric attitude. When,Discipleship2, 8:some could make rapid progress but are prone to inertia - perhaps they just do not care enough. AllDiscipleship2, 68:the evanescent angers to which all disciples are prone are relatively of small importance. TheyDiscipleship2, 68:manner. To this many disciples are today prone; they need to realize that world affairs are not andDiscipleship2, 150:and errors to which he may find himself prone. I would here recall to you what I said last yearDiscipleship2, 337:sixth or second ray untrained aspirant is prone to interpret it. It can take many forms: it canDiscipleship2, 341:There is one mistake which esoteric students are prone to make; they are apt to believe that a hintDiscipleship2, 527:off your feet at times; you know you are more prone to criticism than not; and you know that underDiscipleship2, 546:can be a glamor and a sixth ray idealist is prone to over-express. I shall not give you what youDiscipleship2, 684:an increase of the glamor to which you are prone. In past lives, your progress has been from oneDiscipleship2, 689:sincerity to the presented opportunity. You are prone to think that life must be for you nowDiscipleship2, 698:second ray is outgoing, inclusive, friendly and prone to attachment; the first ray is isolated,Discipleship2, 698:ray is isolated, exclusive, antagonistic and prone to detachment. It is the conflict between theseDiscipleship2, 718:with all life circumstances is - in your case - prone to make complicated and intricate theDiscipleship2, 725:All this indicates to me that you are still prone to slip into the thralldom of the vague vision,Discipleship2, 749:you, for you have been in the past somewhat prone to psychic fear, though a very great improvementExternalisation, 432:largely governed by his emotions, is exceedingly prone to glamor, and very often to the glamor of aExternalisation, 487:yet deep discouragement. Workers will be prone to attitudes of despair, and at times the task willExternalisation, 490:and errors to which he may find himself prone. I would here recall to you what I said last yearExternalisation, 493:overcome the universal trend to good. You are prone to forget that if the evil forces possessExternalisation, 616:a thing of dreams and of ideals. Aspirants are prone to ask the question as to why the Christ doesFire, 353:activity. Certain problems of real interest are prone to enter our minds, but they serve only toGlamour, 45:the ideal, for that is as yet unclarified and is prone to attract to itself that which -Glamour, 65:types of illusion to which the disciple is prone. In its pure form, this illusion has to be met andGlamour, 98:succumb to glamor, though two of them are less prone to it than are the others. Their relativeGlamour, 98:The other group members are quickly prone to glamor, but this is a grief to them. It can, however,Glamour, 100:familiar; the glamors to which humanity is prone are well recognized by you. It remains but for youGlamour, 101:initiation, wherein the personality (which is prone to maya, glamor and illusion) stands free. ItGlamour, 125:this life. To all of these, every human being is prone and for many lives proves himself theGlamour, 129:and to these many other aspirants are very prone and most naturally so, especially if living in theGlamour, 223:and the vision. Fourth ray people are peculiarly prone to fall into glamor and thus to produce aHealing, 38:that I am here generalizing. So many people are prone to an inferiority complex [39] in relation toHealing, 39:attacks of biliousness to which so many are prone. I offer these above illustrations to demonstrateHealing, 44:and the many varying disorders to which man is prone. With their cure we are not at this timeHealing, 49:There are certain diseases to which all men are prone; the germs of these diseases are latent inHealing, 61:have said that these taints to which humanity is prone are found in the soil, and that theirHealing, 66:the aspirants and disciples of all degrees are prone. We will not deal (in this short treatise)Healing, 94:thinking, can cure diseases to which man is prone. It is failure to think and to register [95] andHealing, 115:when karmatically conditioned), nor is he prone to succumb to the social diseases except as theyHealing, 115:on the astral plane. The disciple is more prone to mental difficulties and to those complaintsHealing, 116:To these conditions the mystic is not so prone unless he is rapidly becoming the practical mysticHealing, 120:live above the diaphragm and who are, therefore, prone to heart diseases, to thyroid and throatHealing, 121:of their recognition of this unity they are prone to fall a ready prey to the disease. This is aHealing, 221:and involve also the ills to which disciples are prone. Infectious diseases and those which areHealing, 221:dying out Lemurian types; Negroes are specially prone to infectious epidemics. I have not attemptedHealing, 238:acute heart trouble. Disciples and initiates are prone also to suffer from this disease, owing toHealing, 252:ills come to be? How is it that some races are prone to succumb to one form of physical ill whilstHealing, 252:in their consciousness, and are therefore prone to the diseases of that civilization. If a fullHealing, 315:and actively functioning person is ever as prone to such a disease as Cancer, or any disease, as isHealing, 315:as is the emotional type; he is far more prone to heart trouble. A full active life prevents such aHealing, 329:world, and both eastern and western bodies are prone to the same diseases and manifest the sameHercules, 57:his search and wandered far. The year, spent prone upon the altar, had taught him much. He wentHercules, 169:the latter's inner eye a vision rose. A man lay prone upon a rock, and groaned as if his heartIntellect, 256:of the solar plexus. The student finds himself prone to irritation and to anxiety and worry; also,Magic, 183:Their ways of handling Their disciples is more prone to be displayed than patient application toMagic, 187:A sick [187] physical body, an astral body prone to moods, emotions and psychic delusions, and aMagic, 483:an adept. All aspirants are still selfish, still prone to temper and to irritability, still subjectMagic, 485:to think, the problem is different. He is still prone to use thought matter to embody his mistakenMagic, 618:achieved. Many well-intentioned aspirants are prone to give undue time to their registeredMagic, 630:and are learning the significance of service are prone to fear that what they do will be criticizedMeditation, 150:that we call discrimination. He is intuitive, prone to martyrdom and self-sacrifice. Before he canMeditation, 157:vibration, a steady rhythmic motion, and is not prone to violent storms and the agitating effectsMeditation, 161:mental body. For instance, [161] a person may be prone to some emotional storm. This - if persistedProblems, 68:and planning than are the others. They are more prone to think in term of humanity as a whole thanPsychology2, 311:of human unfoldment. The individual aspirant is prone to think only in terms of himself, and of hisPsychology2, 402:conditions, and of human equipment, are prone to question and at times to despair. Life is soPsychology2, 468:fluidity, the constant analysis to which he is prone, and the ceaseless making of plans asPsychology2, 482:of all denominations and persuasions are ever prone to find a way of escape from the troubles andPsychology2, 483:Science and other similar bodies are also prone to drift into a state of negativity, based onPsychology2, 535:to which the mystic can be physically prone: The awakening of the head center can produce seriousPsychology2, 537:through the sacral center. Mystics are likewise prone to this difficulty. The throat center is notPsychology2, 537:difficulties to which women are particularly prone, and many of the stomach ills and liver troublesPsychology2, 539:To all of these the race today is exceedingly prone. To these are often [540] coupled all kinds ofPsychology2, 550:of two kinds: Those to which normal humanity is prone and which are well known to the physician,Psychology2, 599:The difficulties to which such mystics are prone are four: 1. Devitalization. The mystic is drawnPsychology2, 616:may like to recognize this fact - are not as yet prone to suffer much from the group life, thePsychology2, 617:immediate circle of the leader or leaders, is prone to sit in judgment. The responsibility is notRays, 29:some could make rapid progress but are too prone to inertia - perhaps I could say that they do not
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