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Atom, 64:ideals, which he seems unable to express or to satisfy. Then comes the period of adaptation,Autobiography, 71:can live together; a constitution which will satisfy both groups, as well as the IndianAutobiography, 138:What was it that I learned that was beginning to satisfy my questioning mind and my disturbedDiscipleship1, 522:upon an errand of concern, of anxiety or to satisfy suspicion, treat it with indifference and careDiscipleship1, 675:of forms. The broken forms hold not the power to satisfy. The soul's own form is now the greatDiscipleship2, 235:not their destined task because in so doing they satisfy their spiritual pride. You must learn toExternalisation, 11:procedure will never be followed in order to satisfy idle curiosity, or an equally idle grief,Externalisation, 11:of the animal) are forced to act as mediums to satisfy the love of sensation or desire for comfortExternalisation, 190:meet the immediate need and not be an attempt to satisfy some distant, idealistic vision. The newExternalisation, 285:for humanity at this time, thus sufficing to satisfy man's demand for truth and prove adequate toExternalisation, 423:and simple recognition of divinity which will satisfy not only the heart of the simplest person,Externalisation, 623:and work, and a vision of a future which will satisfy some inchoate sense of divine persistence.Fire, 975:They scatter their energy and are attempting to satisfy every wandering desire, and to dabble inGlamour, 68:Would it profit you at all, or would it only satisfy your curiosity, if I outlined for you theGlamour, 78:a man within a tiny circle of his own desire to satisfy his sentiment of devotion, is just asGlamour, 200:activity upon the outer plane as man attempts to satisfy desire. From these forms the individualGlamour, 202:existence of desire. The instinctual effort to satisfy desire - innate and inherent in the lowerHealing, 62:normal processes of human intercourse did not satisfy the insatiable desire of the advanced man ofHealing, 237:humanity. People will sin, commit evil deeds and satisfy inordinate desire, but they will be knownHercules, 48:of women, or vice versa; when he lives mainly to satisfy an animal craving; when he finds himselfHercules, 178:that drives humanity hither and thither to satisfy hunger in the economic world or to satisfyHercules, 178:to satisfy hunger in the economic world or to satisfy desire for happiness in the world ofIntellect, 121:Naturalism, page 300. But this idea fails to satisfy the majority of thinkers and most of them -Magic, 59:illusion and has learnt their powerlessness to satisfy and hold him. Now he is in a state ofMagic, 147:All seems arid and undesirable, and all fails to satisfy the ardent and aspiring soul. TheMagic, 295:living a life given over to the effort to satisfy them. If the craving is for comfort and forMagic, 369:is meeting with those conditions which satisfy it in one part or other of its lower nature; itMagic, 468:of forms. The broken forms hold not the power to satisfy. The soul's own form is now the greatMeditationsome too abstruse and some too superficial to satisfy the average educated man. The writer of theseMeditation, 169:Himself. For the sake of clarity and in order to satisfy the craving of the concrete mind forPatanjali, 176:have nothing to give and utterly fail to satisfy him. He reaches the stage which Paul refers toPsychology1, 45:It is applied to those conditions which will satisfy the personality, but in the last analysis,Psychology1, 45:or appearances through which it is possible to satisfy desire. This second ray is pre-eminently thePsychology1, 113:is comfort given or time taken to reassure or satisfy the unstable personality. Training aspirantsPsychology1, 117:and which will not feed the emotional nature and satisfy the desire-self. Psychology1, 276:Bible ordains this, that or the other, does not satisfy their longing to know the reason why. ThePsychology2, 156:desire: The urge to experience, to exist, and to satisfy the instinctual nature. Experience,Psychology2, 158:the potency of their urges! If the urge to satisfy desire is the basic urge of the form life ofPsychology2, 328:substance through which to appear and thereby satisfy the demand for existence. With thesePsychology2, 421:also simultaneously of his inability truly to satisfy them, coupled with the recognition that thereRays, 63:and a deep thirst which naught in sight could satisfy." Yet to the initiate consciousness itRays, 186:availed themselves of the situation in order to satisfy their desire for power - again a distortionReappearance, 138:which is old and which sufficed in the past to satisfy the enquirer, but which now fails to do so.Reappearance, 139:still handed out to the enquirer and they do not satisfy [140] his mind nor do they meet hisReappearance, 170:and work, and a vision of a future which will satisfy some inchoate sense of divine persistence.
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