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

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Astrology, 102:kingdom in nature. Humanity has "emerged from rock and water and brings its habitation with it" (asAstrology, 384:idea of plains (Taurus), of caves (Virgo) and of rock (Capricorn). It might be stated that theseAstrology, 392:experience." The Christ, kneeling beside the rock (symbolic of the depths of the mineral kingdomAstrology, 432:I am a tomb; I also am the womb. I am the rock which sinks itself into the deep of matter. I am theAutobiography, 3:a tower of strength and "the shadow of a great rock in a thirsty land." There are things which areAutobiography, 39:funnel shaped passage there stood an immense rock, rising out of the floor of the valley like aAutobiography, 39:valley like a great table, and on the top of the rock was a crystal bowl which looked as if it wasAutobiography, 39:Standing ahead of the crowd and in front of the rock were three Figures. They formed a triangleAutobiography, 39:Suddenly, the three Figures before the rock stretched out Their arms towards the heavens. The [40]Autobiography, 40:over the passage and slowly approaching the rock. I knew in some subjective and certain fashionAutobiography, 41:God. I would lie on my back in a field or by a rock and try to listen to the silence all around meAutobiography, 183:be so important refers to "the shadow of a great rock in a thirsty land." Many of the leadingBethlehem, 71:of the Temple are bedded in the living rock. We live in Him as the limbs in the body... TheBethlehem, 111:of solitariness: Prometheus chained to his rock, Mahomet brooding in the desert, the meditations ofBethlehem, 138:The entire human family today is split on the rock of duality. Either the personality is dual andBethlehem, 154:wonderful story. Peter, as we well know, means "rock." Here is the foundation, the most concreteBethlehem, 213:of mundane honors. This conflict is the rock upon which the religious mind founders and is splitBethlehem, 213:Will, by W. H. Sheldon, pp. 85, 86.) Upon this rock Christ did not founder, but He had His momentsDiscipleship1, 195:your progress; it is in the nature of a stone or rock over which you might stumble as you tread theDiscipleship1, 485:all personality reactions, for it is upon the rock of the personality that many well intentionedDiscipleship1, 530:bush at either end. In front of it is a natural rock, of chair shape and height, where the MasterExternalisation, 80:of spiritual life is "like the shadow of a great rock in a weary land". The second thing I wouldFire, 239:of His own. But this hypothesis is but the rock bottom fact underlying the eastern teaching, and isFire, 748:center with all the seven circulating spheres rock with the echoes of disintegration. The fumes ofHercules, 57:his ear. Some vultures circling o'er a distant rock caught his attention; then again the cry brokeHercules, 58:help. He found Prometheus chained upon a rock, suffering dire agonies of pain, caused by theHercules, 63:up and down, he found Prometheus bound to a rock with the vultures tearing at his liver. The sightHercules, 140:the aid of Neptune. He bade her strike a rock, and when she did, outgushed three crystal streams;Hercules, 142:and buried it, still fiercely hissing, beneath a rock. Returning, Hercules stood before hisHercules, 142:that this great head was "buried under a rock", gives ground for much pondering. Perhaps the use ofHercules, 142:Perhaps the use of the phrase, "hidden under the rock of the will", is revealing. All versionsHercules, 144:from the hydra's body, is buried beneath a rock. This implies that the concentrated energy whichHercules, 144:be rightly controlled and channeled. Beneath the rock of persistent will, the immortal head becomesHercules, 169:inner eye a vision rose. A man lay prone upon a rock, and groaned as if his heart would break. HisHercules, 173:of the man who builds his hut." Peter, a rock or foundation, is the symbol of the physical body.Hercules, 196:stayed. Again, when the giant Alcyoneus threw a rock that weighed a ton at Hercules, the latterMagic, 148:when a man is verily and indeed "founded on the rock," and though he may experience the alternationMagic, 560:his prejudices and attachments; he stands as a rock of strength and as a strong hand in the dark toMagic, 616:him water flows. His feet stand firm on land and rock, but all the forms he sees are lost in theMagic, 616:mist. The water is around his neck, but, feet on rock and head in air, he maketh progress. All isPsychology1, 61:the Old Commentary says) holding firmly to the rock of matter and with the other hand plunged intoPsychology1, 112:is the teaching, and not the teacher; upon the rock of authority many schools have foundered. TherePsychology2, 105:and only secondarily for the souls. Upon this rock, many disciples are for lives broken, until the
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