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

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Discipleship1, 330:by the discovery of their weaknesses. They resent being thus handicapped and the energy whichDiscipleship1, 407:you need, if you ponder duly upon my words, and resent not what I say. My problem is to train eachDiscipleship2, 125:not spare you either praise or blame. If you resent what I may say, then it will simply indicateDiscipleship2, 394:longer in the dark. Aspirants usually bitterly resent the many cycles of darkness through whichDiscipleship2, 449:workers, my brother and my friend you [449] resent all forms which you do not yourself initiate. IDiscipleship2, 601:and yet, my brother and I can say my friend, why resent them? All national heritages lay theirEducation, 34:highly developed, and are therefore apt to resent and regard as unnecessary the more technical andEducation, 34:needs the vision. I therefore beg of you not to resent the technical formulation of truth, for ifExternalisation, 449:But they are so constituted that they do not resent this; they know that the discussion evoked andExternalisation, 524:hierarchical integrity and future functioning. Resent not my words "functioning on the periphery,"Fire, 891:free a circulation of air as man is, nor do they resent the great heat to be found in the earth'sInitiation, 149:all that transpires, the future, as well as the resent and the past, no opportunity is ever givenProblems, 91:and Spain, who are secondary in influence, but resent it greatly, and finally many small nationsPsychology2, 666:and their habits of speech. They sometimes resent the fact that others of different race, traditionRays, 32:This the aspirant and the inexperienced disciple resent and blame the evoking sources for their
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