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

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Discipleship1, 361:a physical body which has inherited the power to resist and the capacity to shut off the outer fromGlamour, 4:superiority. It is easy for first ray people to resist the tendency to identify themselves withHealing, 198:and epidemics). These, the subject is unable to resist, owing to the lack of development of hisHealing, 204:centers are concerned, there will be no power to resist. The healing process in the New Age willHealing, 218:Owing to their inadequacy, the body is unable to resist infections, is in a constant state of illHealing, 382:and inherited diseases and a real ability to resist infections; this will eliminate much pain andHealing, 666:unclaimed, of the individual. Man's ability to resist slavery has become apparent everywhere. ThatHercules, 48:animal craving; when he finds himself unable to resist the lure of his polar opposite, then he is aMagic, 322:on the part of all aspirants should not be to resist and repel the pressure or to fight and wardMagic, 421:breed hatred and attack, and effort to resist change. They put the user on the defensive. EveryMeditation, 126:evolved, weakly organized, and so unable to resist. Patanjali, 149:until brought into conjunction and both resist each other and produce friction and suffering whenPatanjali, 199:of the procreative act, the inability to [199] resist the lower desires and pleasures, and a lossPsychology1, 324:enough to hold, and the motive is too selfish to resist the pull. I refer to that motivated lovePsychology2, 691:and of right inclination in the world today. Resist not evil, but so organize and mobilize the
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