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Astrology, 4:of clarity and in connection with the general public - the inference is permitted and accepted byAstrology, 237:our schools, so it is beginning to dawn upon the public consciousness that the inculcation of rightAstrology, 287:elements in nature which are connected in the public consciousness with the thought of purificationAstrology, 325:reincarnation can emerge with clarity in the public consciousness. Groups of souls come intoAstrology, 572:Their responsibility is to the general public. The other group of trained thinkers and people whoAstrology, 587:may be ready for presentation to the thinking public when peace truly comes? There is much to beAstrology, 588:mental plane of the massed intent of the general public who stand with the power of appeal uponAstrology, 632:factor in the life of humanity which we call 'public opinion.' This is now being brought into theAstrology, 632:will be clear to you. A trained and enlightened public opinion is an unknown thing on a world wideAstrology, 632:enlightened groups are rapidly appearing. Out of public opinion (which is the focused expression ofAtom, 31:is beginning to come before the mind of the public through the investigations and conclusions ofAutobiography, 24:certain Sundays was thrown open to the general public. I have two recollections of that library. IAutobiography, 26:late teens, and as I saw them go through the public school system of the country, I have wonderedAutobiography, 27:think like that; you must not yawn or sneeze in public; you must not speak unless you are spokenAutobiography, 82:be handed down to thousands of people in my public lectures. The next phase of the lesson wasAutobiography, 90:and that they are untrue and mislead the public. I have been encouraged in this belief by the factAutobiography, 132:detest the "hero" talk of the newspapers and the public. I had given up writing to him and began toAutobiography, 133:connotation and meaning. It stands in the public mind for so much which it essentially is not. IAutobiography, 136:years, I was from that time on going to put my public work first and them last. I asked them toAutobiography, 148:always wrong with certain sections [148] of the public. Most of my fears are for other people - myAutobiography, 151:things. Those schools of thought which tell the public that because they are divine they should beAutobiography, 151:ill health and poverty, are misleading the public. They are in the majority, of course, quiteAutobiography, 151:but their emphasis is wrong. They lead the public to think that material well-being and prosperityAutobiography, 152:these misleading doctrines are sweeping the public consciousness and lead eventually toAutobiography, 157:the membership than in reaching the general public with the truths of the Ageless Wisdom. TheirAutobiography, 161:was, therefore, running along the line of united public work and we were planning and arranging forAutobiography, 163:which it is desired should be written for the public. You can write them. Will you do so?" WithoutAutobiography, 164:I make no changes in what I give out to the public from that which has been given to me except thatAutobiography, 165:is a Tibetan, educated in Great Britain at public school and university and was in charge of theAutobiography, 167:my husband's to bring to the attention of the public. In the early days of writing for the Tibetan,Autobiography, 169:students of the Arcane School and the general public, which we could succeed in reaching, took theAutobiography, 172:out into the open and made it possible for the public everywhere to respond to this very ancientAutobiography, 175:appointments; there were no proofs to read; no public lectures to give; and, above everything else,Autobiography, 175:my attention. I sometimes wonder if the general public has the faintest idea of the literallyAutobiography, 182:liked the inquisitiveness of [182] the general public or their feeling that because you write booksAutobiography, 182:that because you write books and lecture on the public platform that necessarily you have noAutobiography, 183:free. It was this contact with the general public that slowly began to start in 1921 andAutobiography, 184:between the Hierarchy and the general public. I would have you note that I say the general publicAutobiography, 184:I would have you note that I say the general public and not occult groups. I know and believe thatAutobiography, 184:groups. I know and believe that the general public is more ready for a sane knowledge of theAutobiography, 186:Park. I had to send my children to the public schools in New Jersey. I was accustomed to the ideaAutobiography, 187:- is essential. The three girls started in the public school. I cannot say they ever distinguishedAutobiography, 203:we found it quite impossible to put them into a public school. The population of Stamford at thatAutobiography, 206:as it does today. I usually put on 6 or 8 [206] public lectures a year and as long as no paidAutobiography, 212:be shouted from the housetops to the general public and unless there was an inner mechanism ofAutobiography, 213:deal of confusion in the minds of the general public between esotericism and magic. Magic is a modeAutobiography, 220:though they were only the product of the public schools of America. Given ability, a home whereAutobiography, 220:for the youth of the world than a public school education along the lines of the United States. InAutobiography, 236:A Treatise on Cosmic Fire was given out to the public. This book concerns the fire of pure spiritAutobiography, 240:and so put into the hands of the general public. In the above paragraphs I have attempted veryAutobiography, 245:occult literature being passed out to the public by the various occult groups, having no experienceAutobiography, 245:groups, having no experience in writing for the public, and having also a profound dislike of everyAutobiography, 245:intended to bring the fact of the Hierarchy to public attention. This had been done by H.P.B. byAutobiography, 246:occult groups which attract the attention of the public. Even had I wanted to work in such a wayAutobiography, 247:of the ideas which it is my Dharma to make public. The average psychic and medium is not usually ofAutobiography, 248:nature of adeptship in the eyes of the watching public. I am, therefore, entirely responsible forAutobiography, 249:the publications and which hinders the general public from receiving the teaching in its purity andAutobiography, 249:in the new age is in the hands of the public, the work of A.A.B. for me will be over. She can thenAutobiography, 250:to write certain pamphlets for the general public, calling attention to the world situation and toAutobiography, 253:students along with the rest of the general public. I have sought to aid the goodwill work, forAutobiography, 254:will be made available to the general public very shortly, but no indication will be given of theAutobiography, 255:and its membership more definitely before the public and in a more arresting way. Years ago, IAutobiography, 255:major duty as a disciple was to familiarize the public with the true nature of the Masters of theAutobiography, 255:and offset the erroneous impression which the public had received. This she has done to a certainAutobiography, 256:values. The Masters brought before the general public by such movements as the I AM movement are aAutobiography, 257:- must and will be brought increasingly to public attention. Disciples everywhere will presentAutobiography, 259:this teaching from the Tibetan to the general public. 1. Clairaudience In the early stages (for theAutobiography, 262:It has brought to the attention of the general public the nature of the secret doctrine, of theAutobiography, 264:exoteric in nature but are useful in challenging public interest. They convey much usefulAutobiography, 270:of the future will familiarize the general public. It is with the effort to meet these sevenAutobiography, 270:Those who claim to do so are deceiving the public. Training in the life of discipleship,Autobiography, 273:by his mistakes. He reaches a much smaller public than the first, noisy group but he gives aAutobiography, 274:and more disinterested disciple. The general public becomes aware of the new movement and thus aAutobiography, 274:everywhere, widening the outlook of the general public and presenting humanity with new conceptsAutobiography, 275:teaching of the Ageless Wisdom - given to the public often under the pledge of secrecy - haveAutobiography, 275:often under the pledge of secrecy - have become public property. The nature of man as taught in theAutobiography, 275:guarded secret; now They are discussed from public platforms in all our great cities. The way ofAutobiography, 275:techniques were closely guarded subjects and the public was taught that such teachings wereAutobiography, 291:science of the initiates before the eyes of the public; spurious initiates and imposters areBethlehem, 60:initiation, after which Christ entered upon His public ministry, took place in a river, in theBethlehem, 88:and started on His brief and spectacular public career. How true this may be historically, who canBethlehem, 111:desert and was alone. He returned, and His public life began, until the publicity and noise andBethlehem, 166:rise upon the crest of the wave, to be accorded public recognition, and to seem to have achievedBethlehem, 203:we care too much about our reputations and public opinion to transgress them now. There areBethlehem, 238:and immortality is engrossing a great deal of public attention at this time. The World War broughtBethlehem, 238:World War brought the fact of death before the public consciousness in a new and arresting manner.Bethlehem, 258:came, and presented to the world, and made public in His life and through its critical points, theDestiny, 18:of the people," which is in reality the voice of public opinion is, for the first time and with noDestiny, 36:in no uncertain terms, thereby arousing public interest, public investigation and publicDestiny, 36:terms, thereby arousing public interest, public investigation and public recognition. In theDestiny, 36:public interest, public investigation and public recognition. In the process of so doing much willDestiny, 57:The formulation of a theory. The growth of public opinion. The imposition of the new and developingDestiny, 91:Hence the prominence of agriculture in the public consciousness and the preoccupation of theDestiny, 150:initiation, the Baptism in Jordan, and begin His public service. Today the many who in this lifeDiscipleship1, X:need to bring to the attention of the general public the fact that the Hierarchy exists, that itsDiscipleship1, X:need to change the point of view of the general public as to the nature of these Masters who takeDiscipleship1, XI:was quite ready for his instructions to be made public. A third reason was the desire to make clearDiscipleship1, 32:felt in the primary [32] work of educating public opinion - the only potent means of work and ofDiscipleship1, 33:the Kingdom of God on earth. This will bring to public attention the fact of the restoration of theDiscipleship1, 33:books, of esoteric schools and the educating of public opinion has been committed to a group of us
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