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Glamour, 92:except in the case of accepted disciples. As you read and study, you would find it of value toGlamour, 116:- The Causes of Glamor The Bhagavad Gita can be read entirely from the standpoint of the disciple'sGlamour, 140:and you have only to refer to that section to read all that I am prepared to give you at this time.Glamour, 240:move and have our being. I wonder if those who read my words appreciate the importance of thisGlamour, 256:may here speak symbolically. I would urge you to read these last sentences with frequency becauseHealing, 58:testimony to this effect, and when men can read the records more correctly and with rightHealing, 64:category, for they will make those of you who read more efficient in understanding. You will noteHealing, 99:in our teachings on healing. I suggest that you read them and know something of the problemsHealing, 228:most ancient books in the Masters' Archives we read: "earth took its toll and earth to earth,Healing, 336:of the eye is an indication of this. Why not read up on the eye a little and note its occultHealing, 337:concrete mind. You will find it interesting to read what can be found in The Secret Doctrine andHealing, 367:that we, the teachers on the inner side, have read every book that may be written, particularlyHealing, 443:subject can rest in the minds of students who read this, and perhaps as they study and read andHealing, 443:who read this, and perhaps as they study and read and think, material of interest will come theirHealing, 525:of his patient. He must have exact knowledge. We read that he must "know the point exact throughHealing, 543:the sake of clarity, and because people usually read so carelessly, divide this law up into itsHealing, 601:was the case with the initiate, Peter; of him we read that "the shadow of Peter passing by healedHealing, 658:he is himself a spiritual healer and ready to read between the lines and to distinguish betweenHealing, 659:and a great deal learnt if those interested read, study, meditate, carefully experiment, and thusHealing, 673:(which is a possible achievement for you who read) is arrived at by ruling out the pulls, theHealing, 708:years prolonged. If this ancient statement is read in the light of any knowledge you may have (andHercules, 17:with the twelve famous labors, and of them we read: "Hercules, by the will of Jupiter, wasHercules, 18:out in the fact that he was one of twins. We read that one twin was born of an earthly father, andHercules, 22:him going through a very peculiar stage. We read in the ancient story that Hera (Psyche, or theHercules, 22:jealousy and, whilst in that curious state, we read that he slew his children and his friends andHercules, 24:characteristics necessary for his mission, we read that the gods and goddesses did their utmost toHercules, 24:him, and he had to learn how to use them. We read that Minerva gave him a beautiful robe but, as weHercules, 24:gave him a beautiful robe but, as we never read of his wearing it, we can infer that somethingHercules, 25:and he stood with his divine equipment, we read of a most intriguing little detail: [26] he wentHercules, 85:him, therefore, the keys of these two gates. We read: "Jesus gives to Peter ... the keys to the twoHercules, 93:this he spent a life cycle hunting. Finally, we read, he captured it and carried it into theHercules, 107:bird of spirit. In The Voice of the Silence we read: "And then thou canst repose between the wingsHercules, 137:not involving any treachery to the goal, so we read the following by Rudhyar: "This type of socialHercules, 143:man, as is often thought. Again, one must read carefully and distinguish between people on theHercules, 167:I have omitted so much. Details of the Story We read that the marshes of Acadia were filled withHercules, 173:first of the major initiations. In Matthew 17 we read that Christ took three disciples, Peter,Hercules, 177:pure. Hercules had to purify himself. Then we read that he had to be initiated into the mysteries.Hercules, 191:the stables. They are perfectly clean." And we read that Augeas turned his back on him, refused toHercules, 219:of the Children of Israel in the wilderness. We read that they made a golden calf and fell down andInitiation, 170:hinders, and thus achieve liberation; he can read the akashic records and ascertain the past,Initiation, 172:to balance it in relation to the higher, to read the records and understand his place within theInitiation, 173:lies in the solar system of S... which must be read astrologically. The mystery of the Gemini, andIntellect, 11:not fail to learn his lesson and go forward. Read the words of Carlyle and note how appropriateIntellect, 94:the story of Shadrach, Meschach and Abednego. We read that they were cast into the midst of theIntellect, 95:reading, must also be grasped. The word, to "read," is very obscure in its origin, and philologistsIntellect, 96:concept. When a man knows this he begins to read spiritually, to see below the surface and soIntellect, 107:accurate attention to that which is said, read or heard, and this would necessarily involveIntellect, 185:and practice, and, ultimately, Illumination. We read as follows: "He was one, who, having masteredIntellect, 204:becomes easier. It is far harder to learn to read, than it is to master a difficult book. Magic, 24:will differ. This is necessarily so; each will read into the words his own state of consciousness;Magic, 32:of demonstration to you or to the public who may read these instructions. To me they may be and areMagic, 54:to carry out the simple requirements, to read what is written thoughtfully, to attempt to organizeMagic, 57:his consideration and helping if he knows how to read and ponder upon that which he reads. TheMagic, 76:and a cryptic text. These old Scriptures are not read in the way modern students read books. TheyMagic, 76:are not read in the way modern students read books. They are seen, touched and realized. TheMagic, 142:anything made that was made." When therefore we read those words our minds go back to the dawn ofMagic, 150:worked out by the interested aspirant. Next we read "he concentrates his forces." Here we have theMagic, 151:a hint. Then comes the process of exhalation. We read in Rule IV "he drives the thought-form fromMagic, 180:In the fourth case, you have the ability to read in the astral light but frequently no ability toMagic, 235:Force It would be advisable for the student to read with care the commentary on this rule as givenMagic, 259:- The Necessity for Purity May I remind all who read that the establishing and stabilizing of rightMagic, 302:can rest in the minds of the students who read this and perhaps as they study and read and think,Magic, 302:who read this and perhaps as they study and read and think, material of interest will come theirMagic, 304:long past and gone; it is possible for them to read a tiny fragment of the akashic records whichMagic, 320:his work. Rule II. Enter thy brother's mind and read his thoughts, but only when thy thoughts areMagic, 398:the subject are easily available and should be read with the needed reservations as to symbolicalMagic, 417:form. They are necessarily cultured and widely read, for in these difficult transitional times theyMagic, 453:for the average aspirant. All these rules can be read from the standpoint of intelligent man, andMagic, 453:man, and will mean but little; they can be read from the standpoint of the aspirant, and will thenMagic, 456:them not. There is first the Book of Life, read and eventually mastered by initiates of allMagic, 456:all degrees. There is the Book of Divine Wisdom, read by aspirants of all degrees, sometimes calledMagic, 467:practice self-forgetfulness. The occult data is read and noted, the familiar instructions areMagic, 467:precede the human are omitted as none who will read these words possess the equipment to comprehendMagic, 518:In Instructions such as these, which are to be read by the general public it would be most unwiseMagic, 528:inner alignment that students such as those who read these Instructions cannot understand the trueMagic, 537:of release. I urge only upon each and all who read these [538] Instructions the necessity forMagic, 557:in salvaging the world. I here appeal to all who read these words to reconsecrate themselves and toMagic, 560:a sense of urgency. I urge upon all those who read these Instructions to forget their likes andMagic, 568:the teaching needed to those students who can read between the lines and who are developing theMagic, 570:the head and heart centers." (P. 220.) We read also that "most people receive force only from theMagic, 570:from the mental and egoic levels." Finally we read: "It may help the student if he realizes thatMagic, 601:be adopted. The student should first of all read the textbook as a whole, in order to grasp itsMagic, 638:it with care. I close with an appeal to all who read these instructions to rally their forces, toMagic, 638:and criticism, from gossip and innuendo, and to read and study so that the work may goMeditationnow be communicated. It is hoped that those who read these letters will endeavor to do two things:Meditationthese letters will endeavor to do two things: Read always with an open mind, remembering that theMeditation, 141:I desire to leave in the minds of those who read these words a just apprehension of theMeditation, 144:consciousness very directly concern all who will read these letters. It is the next step ahead forMeditation, 194:for selfish ends in most of the cases. You read that at the sound of trumpets, sounded a certainMeditation, 299:of the very poor, the ability of all to read and write in such a country as America or among theMeditation, 319:to recover the knowledge of past lives and to read the akashic records, but as you will see, thePatanjali, 279:of that substance. The use of this power to read the minds of others is only permitted to the yogiPatanjali, 284:signs. This sutra can be somewhat elucidated if read in connection with Sutra 18 of Book III. ThePatanjali, 312:It will now be apparent why the two sutras are read as one, for they cover one completed work.Patanjali, 422:material nature. The next three sutras should be read as one, giving as they do a picture of theProblems, 73:can do. Second, those who are clever enough to read the signs of the times; they realize that theProblems, 76:to agitate, to write books which were widely read, to start discussions, and to urge the moniedProblems, 90:close together and with the power to think, to read and to plan. All evolution is cyclic in nature;Problems, 95:nations would take years to write and years to read. It would be the story of humanity. All we canPsychology1, xvii:each time a book is written which is to be read by earnest aspirants: What line of instruction will
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