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Atom, 21:being"; this is the force, or energy, which the scientist recognizes; and this is the universalAtom, 32:can be seen upheld by the frankly materialistic scientist, the orthodox Christian, and the deist ofAtom, 33:atom in the universe, and was called by the scientist of the Victorian era "the foundation stone ofAtom, 43:Christian would say with reverence, God, the scientist with equal reverence would say, Energy; yetAtom, 145:upon varying methods of organization. When the scientist, for [146] instance, speaks of force, orAtom, 147:of the second stage, that which the scientist has been studying in connection with the atom of theAutobiography, 106:A few years ago in London I had a letter from a scientist, a Dr. Just, asking me if I would grantDestiny, 145:Artist. Ray V Mentation Knowledge Science The Scientist. Ray VI Devotion Abstraction Idealism TheDiscipleship1, 766:emphasis and preoccupation would be, whereas the scientist or the aspirant upon the ProbationaryDiscipleship2, 186:the world. The scientific method safeguards the scientist from this type of error. Part of my taskDiscipleship2, 197:the brooding, experimental thinking of the scientist or artist is another form of meditation andDiscipleship2, 220:I would remind you that when I use the word "scientist," I refer to all who are working, in theEducation, 59:If this were all that it is, then every scientist and every mystic would represent the approach ofEducation, 59:that which satisfies the hunger of his soul. The scientist who is [60] now so rapidly dealing withEducation, 113:God and of nature. It is this which produced the scientist, and the religious man. [114] From aExternalisation, 509:will be recognized as a fact in nature by the scientist. Its purpose will be acknowledged.Fire, 4:or Monad, Ego and Personality. The atom of the scientist is also triple, being composed of aFire, 59:of which are being now recognized by the modern scientist. They are but aspects of the latent heatFire, 115:now being studied and developed by the average scientist, and is already somewhat harnessed to theFire, 280:and this can be seen in the physical atom of the scientist, among men and women, and in the vasterFire, 411:through them all to the physical atom of the scientist. It presupposes: Capacity beyond thatFire, 429:we call the "life side" just as the scientist studies that called "matter," and both will come to aFire, 447:and a consequent accretion of knowledge by the scientist. In the elemental kingdoms and the groupFire, 455:take his place. [455] The true occultist is a scientist and a devotee, and where these two are notFire, 475:of the alleviation of poverty. The mind of the scientist seeks the universal solvent which willFire, 524:the substance [524] aspect is studied by the scientist in its triple nature will truth beFire, 638:of the lesser lives by a greater life; when the scientist begins to work with the consciousnessFire, 639:[639] life, or vitality, then the rôle of the scientist and the occultist will merge. H. P. B. hasFire, 921:Man, a [921] human being, and an atom. Hence the scientist, as he discovers the nature of the atom,Fire, 1028:deals with facts. The modern fact of the modern scientist is his approximation of a part, and oftenFire, 1028:only with their originating cause. The modern scientist, therefore, is not as yet occupying himselfFire, 1061:such a way that it becomes apparent even to the scientist. Students should here remember twoFire, 1072:about which produce new types. The herbal scientist who is producing new species is really occupiedFire, 1136:unite science and religion, for what the scientist calls energy, the religious man calls God, andGlamour, 20:as the concept promulgated by the Christian Scientist that there is no such thing as matter. We areHealing, 5:is interesting to note that the attempt of the scientist to release the energy of the atom is ofHealing, 226:forth the scoffing amusement of the hard-boiled scientist. The theories held by mankind as to theHealing, 226:way and although the enlightened historian and scientist may extend the story of humanity toHealing, 368:if they took some of the basic postulates of a scientist whose researches appealed to them, andHealing, 369:The negative and positive ions with which the scientist deals are etheric in nature and, therefore,Healing, 376:Chapter IV - Some Questions Answered Letter to a Scientist My brother: I have a few minutes toHealing, 376:differ from the understanding of the Victorian scientist. In connection with your query anent theHealing, 376:was made in this connection by the great French scientist, d'Arsonval, of Paris. A.A.B. can tellHealing, 400:of deception, and the antagonism of both the scientist and the religious man or churchman. TheHealing, 558:of healing, in the methods of the Christian Scientist, of Mental Science, and of all those schoolsHealing, 617:is a factor naturally overlooked by the orthodox scientist in this field, and until he recognizesInitiation, 80:Artist. 5th Ray Mentation Knowledge Science The Scientist. 6th Ray Devotion Abstraction IdealismIntellect, 148:of the sane and balanced business man or scientist, and need not necessarily indicate a lack ofIntellect, 220:in the lap, and the feet crossed. If the western scientist is right when he tells us that the humanMagic, 9:Light. When it is realized that even the modern scientist is saying that light and matter areMagic, 28:sum up the unintelligent attitude. The orthodox scientist is largely occupied with structures andMagic, 34:in his appearance, nature and character. The scientist has tabulated, investigated and analyzed theMagic, 335:world of creation. Through the use of sound the scientist of the future will bring about hisMagic, 372:of exploration immediately ahead of the modern scientist. In ten years time, many medicalMagic, 450:sum up the unintelligent attitude. The Orthodox scientist is largely occupied with structures,Magic, 471:sought to deal; with the activity aspect, the scientist is now attempting to deal; and with theMagic, 542:our planet and cause increasing concern to the scientist, agriculturist, and all those dealing withMeditation, 257:some great philanthropist, some superlative scientist, some notable artist or musician, asPatanjali, 19:of matter as studied in the laboratory of the scientist, whether it is the human atom in thePsychology1, 51:this is to be found in the fact that the true scientist, being a coordinated personality andPsychology1, 152:to the esoteric teaching, even though the modern scientist may not agree. A solar system consistsPsychology1, 247:been the subject of investigation by the modern scientist, but until he recognizes the fact of rayPsychology1, 315:on the rays has happened at a time when the scientist is announcing the fact that there is naughtPsychology1, 370:fire. The cosmic rays of which the modern scientist is aware constitute aspects of the planetaryPsychology1, 412:Artist 5th Ray Mentation Knowledge Science The Scientist 6th Ray Devotion Abstraction Idealism ThePsychology2, 133:that it is through its effects that the scientist of the future will begin to deduce the effectualPsychology2, 246:the seer, the inspired poet, the intuitive scientist and the occult investigator who is not tooPsychology2, 293:is being transmuted into wisdom. The scientist, the educator, the writer. I have given the above inPsychology2, 460:of a genius, such as emerges when some great scientist unfolds to us the conclusions of his focusedPsychology2, 471:as the concept promulgated by the Christian Scientist that there is no such thing as matter. We arePsychology2, 519:investigation along which the modern student and scientist would do well to go. I would like toRays, 503:as careful following as the procedure of any scientist in search of some advanced chemical formula.Rays, 692:occult, scientific knowledge. He works then as a scientist, and for this reason all the threeReappearance, 17:the people (arising from the midst of them), a scientist or an artist? It is a fallacy to believe,Soul, 54:cosmos and of man as effects, and believes the scientist is dealing only with effects. His positionSoul, 59:corroborate the Eastern theory? No less a scientist than Sir Isaac Newton accepts the universalSoul, 84:of the religious man, the psychologist, the scientist, and the philosopher, according to theirSoul, 93:all forms in the natural world. The Occidental scientist recognizes ether and motion. The OrientalSoul, 94:scriptures, and the light waves of the modern scientist is obvious. Rama Prasad in an amazinglySoul, 119:race leader, the intuitive philosopher and the scientist, and in the great saints, both the headSoul, 149:walking on the waters was thrown recently by a scientist who has been making a special study of
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