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

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Autobiography, 91:These famous people seem to have deteriorated sadly since their last incarnations and it arouses aBethlehem, 6:details of the outer form of the faith, and have sadly forgotten the inner meaning which carriesBethlehem, 25:is called "discipleship." The reason why this is sadly [26] the case, and why initiation seems soBethlehem, 111:where the intimacies of personalities can so sadly imprison the soul; thence He passed into theBethlehem, 169:employed are frequently un-Christ-like is sadly true, but the foundational concepts will bear withBethlehem, 275:attention. Arresting in its implication, it is sadly and deeply true that ", as he existsDiscipleship1, 598:with his back to the window - a window that so sadly needed cleaning that the light in the room wasDiscipleship2, 219:the past two thousand years (which has gone so sadly far from his original intention), you "cannotDiscipleship2, 525:superiority to your group (an attitude which is sadly affecting them) may prevent your listening toDiscipleship2, 528:(openly critical) of the student, which is sadly lacking in love. No new age teacher gathers aDiscipleship2, 611:occult development. This is generally and often sadly recognized. But - paralleling the period ofExternalisation, 4:on, with results both divinely beneficent and sadly destructive. [5] It might be added also thatExternalisation, 365:of ever reclaiming the world, and they look sadly for a breakdown of all the civilized processes ofFire, 28:extended far on either hand. The work was sadly marred. The Chohans of the highest plane gazed inHealing, 472:at this time, death comes as an unexpected or sadly anticipated event. Yet - it is a true soulMagic, 133:what will happen? The Master will turn sadly away, distressed to think of the opportunity forMagic, 276:purpose. Other eventualities can be sensed as sadly possible but these we will not consider for itMagic, 358:personal and selfish interests may be only too sadly true. Nevertheless - through pain and learningMagic, 582:of disciples would be rapidly filled and this is sadly not the case. It is the ability to arrive atProblems, 125:few. Even if united (which seems as yet sadly impossible because of doctrinal differences), theyProblems, 133:the church wherein they work; the church suffers sadly through the contrast which they representProblems, 137:the rich young man in the Gospel story - turn sadly away? Will they spend the available money inPsychology1, 109:words and sentences often fails in adequacy is sadly true, and that there is frequentlyPsychology1, 286:of the schools of esoteric teaching have gone sadly astray. The false idea has crept into theirPsychology2, 415:with those conditions with which we are all too sadly familiar. Rays, 116:not yet adequate to the requirements, so he went sadly away; he had to prepare himself for theRays, 499:is materially oriented or only partially seen is sadly true; but in some form or another thereRays, 592:humanity as a whole. This ray energy is indeed sadly concrete in its expression in our Aryan race -Rays, 594:itself mainly through science - a science sadly debased and corrupted by materialism and humanReappearance, 90:forces, hope does indeed lie, but they sadly lack skill in action and have too great a love forReappearance, 110:He came before He said (and the words have been sadly misread): "I come not to bring peace but a
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