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

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Bethlehem, 46:a life cut off from its religious center, and a quest for a new religious balance, a spiritualBethlehem, 103:there by moments of revelation." - A Pilgrim's Quest for the Absolute, by Lord Conway of Allington,Healing, 15:disease into three parts, eliminating from our quest for truth the quite understandable but equallyHercules, 60:into wisdom. Knowledge, we know, is the quest of sense, whilst wisdom is the omniscience of theHercules, 131:walk the earth in many an unlikely guise. The quest for truth, then, becomes changed into theHercules, 170:who was also a son of God, embarked upon this quest, and passed through Gate the tenth. Downward,Intellect, 5:western mind." - Overstreet, H.A., The Enduring Quest, page 271. Both schools have hitherto tendedIntellect, 5:tended to antagonize each other, yet the quest for truth has been one; the interest in that whichIntellect, 36:has also been expressed as "an adventurous quest for the meaning of life, involving an ability toIntellect, 36:that man goes questing through the ages, and his quest leads him far deeper than the concreteIntellect, 37:sources." - Overstreet, H.A., The Enduring Quest, page 114. Men are now perhaps ready to penetrateIntellect, 40:his soul, and called forth by the urgency of the quest and by the act of his will. This soul isIntellect, 71:God..." "The human mind, then, is a faculty in quest of its intuition - that is to say ofIntellect, 75:God. As Dr. Overstreet says: "All our enduring quest then gets its explanation and itsIntellect, 75:our own lives." - Overstreet, H.A., The Enduring Quest, page 265. Again, we might define meditationIntellect, 126:beyond known human experience, of a goal or quest, of a Deity. This subtle and indefinableIntellect, 149:happening. Dr. Overstreet, in The Enduring Quest, mentions a large number of those greatIntellect, 150:of mankind." - Overstreet, H. A. The Enduring Quest, pages 238, 239, 240. The trouble has been thatIntellect, 226:and rushes all [226] over the world in its usual quest for material. We think of what we are goingIntellect, 262:and light are blended Shall the world's Word-Quest or its woe be ended, And never the world of itsPsychology1, 202:characteristic method of approaching the great Quest on this ray would be by sheer force of will.Psychology1, 205:to relieve. The method of approaching the great Quest, for this ray type, is by deep thinking onRays, 337:upon the Probationary Path starts off on his quest for the door of initiation, and for that whichSoulis so fundamentally the same in its essential quest. It is this undiscriminating attitude which is
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