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Fire, 127:who works through love and is love, and who seeks this unification and this utter merging not fromFire, 138:but that entity is held back in the effects he seeks to achieve until the vehicles through which heFire, 144:of the eternal repulsion that goes on as Spirit seeks ever to liberate itself from form. The matterFire, 144:while Spirit, governed by the Law of Attraction, seeks ever to separate itself from matter by theFire, 147:form of which the present is the second, so man seeks objectivity through his three bodies -Fire, 244:other. The will to be, of the Mahadeva aspect, seeks, with the aid of the intelligence of Brahma,Fire, 257:manas, and through the use of this faculty He seeks - by means of animated form - to build into HisFire, 257:to that of a Heavenly Man in a solar system. He seeks first to find the secret of His ownFire, 280:Only when the form is transcended, and Spirit seeks out Spirit, will the phenomena of repulsionFire, 283:The mental vibration sets the key measure and seeks to utilize and coordinate the physical body atFire, 319:of the mind," which views spiritual things, and seeks to impress the spiritual view on the outwardFire, 399:graded steps until it includes the planes he seeks to reach, and thereby demonstrating the truth ofFire, 405:Being, through conscious karma periodically seeks to manifest, and wills to work out a purposeFire, 475:of poverty. The mind of the scientist seeks the universal solvent which will reduce matter to itsFire, 478:Repulsion, and the central essence escapes and seeks a new sphere, occultly understood. We mustFire, 494:fire at the center of the atom is liberated and seeks a new form. This is the aim of theFire, 541:that which he gives and for love from those he seeks to serve, but it is of a much higher orderFire, 560:substance, or that through which consciousness seeks expression. Now the will or purpose aspect isFire, 630:and its evolution for as long as the logoic Ego seeks physical existence. Fire, 705:the selfsame struggle which embroils the man who seeks to transcend mind and to live the life ofFire, 742:from that of the human family. The student who seeks detailed information as to the Agnishvattas ofFire, 799:through which the central Life or Existence seeks expression. Ideas and thought-matter togetherFire, 824:five Kumaras. (S. D., I, 483.) The student who seeks the significance of the preponderance ofFire, 834:the logoic astral and mental bodies as the Logos seeks to express emotion and mind on the physicalFire, 836:gradually dissipates, or disperses itself, and seeks the central reservoir of energy. TheFire, 849:The man, weighed down by much misplaced desire, seeks for the object of his heart's attentionFire, 850:Within the Hall of Learning intellect rules and seeks to guide. Desire of a higher kind, the fruitFire, 850:and in the twilight Halls of Intellection seeks for the fruit of knowledge. He finds it but toFire, 850:knower greater is than knowledge; the One who seeks is greater than the sought. Within the Hall ofFire, 866:of the occult value of money in service. He seeks nothing for himself, save that which may equipFire, 888:or human kingdom is reached. This Treatise seeks to prove, that in the fourth kingdom the threeFire, 979:together the substance which he individually seeks to use. Next he copies the work of the secondFire, 986:works with opposing poles. The white magician seeks the point of equilibrium or balance, and ofFire, 1025:allied to the fires with which the magician seeks to work, and should these latent fires of theFire, 1028:constitute, as we know, and as this Treatise seeks to demonstrate, the seven subplanes of theFire, 1044:As it revolves it senses other spheres, and seeks to know their secret. 2. They meet each other.Fire, 1050:to enlarge upon each distinctive impulse. It but seeks to indicate, leaving to later individualFire, 1066:about. Let them remember that that which "seeks liberty" is the central electric spark; that thisFire, 1085:and lower or in Puranic fashion, the spirit that seeks to add to the harmony of the unmanifested byFire, 1157:at present, this energy all converges, and seeks to energize his physical body, and direct hisFire, 1165:they will be led into error. The lower down one seeks to carry the correspondence, the more theFire, 1173:and illumination, His Guru, That which he seeks to know, That which he can utilize in his work ofFire, 1191:will deal with four kinds of force, when it seeks to explain the nature of the Energies whichFire, 1232:which permeates and animates the Soul and which seeks to utilize the form through which the soulFire, 1234:things occur: He reaches out beyond the form and seeks to account for it. He arrives in time at theFire, 1236:and attributes and a form through which it seeks expression. That soul in its turn is the result ofFire, 1255:make manifest the body through which the soul seeks to express itself. They are not concerned withFire, 1268:together. Their essence blends. The man who seeks this path is then impaled upon the spear andFire, 1268:on its mission, the victor lifts His head and seeks to utter forth the second Word. But, as HeFire, 1270:the fiery WAY; He respondeth to its heat and seeks to warm Himself within its waves of radiant fireGlamour, 22:with which the disciple is confronted, when he seeks to pierce through the accumulated glamor ofGlamour, 47:and having his eyes partially opened, he now seeks to tread that Path to the goal, forgettingGlamour, 52:of spiritual energy. He knows. He loves. He seeks to serve, and does all three more or lessGlamour, 53:most easily the pure light of the soul as it seeks to pour through the lower self. Any effort toGlamour, 63:to the world. Immediately he seizes upon it and seeks to integrate it into his life purpose andGlamour, 75:to possess. When desire is absent and the man seeks nothing for the separated self, theGlamour, 78:which is not personalized in any way and which seeks no recognition can then pour into the world ofGlamour, 79:the gamut between a potent joyfulness as the man seeks to identify himself with the object of hisGlamour, 95:between him and the material and natural world, seeks to identify himself with it and to findGlamour, 96:it is a very different person to the one who now seeks synthesis in the materialization of beautyGlamour, 136:stretching all the way from the man who seeks to reveal divinity in his own life and to hisGlamour, 155:The stage wherein the Dweller consciously seeks the cooperation of the soul and, though still inGlamour, 173:revelation, [173] as the soul registers it and seeks to impress it on the highest aspect of theGlamour, 207:on appearance, even when reacting to them; he seeks to free himself, working at firstGlamour, 249:his personality, and of his rising sign as it seeks to stimulate that personality into soulGlamour, 258:makes the task of the aspirant much harder as he seeks to sublimate the lower nature and anchor orGlamour, 263:The next step is to discover if that which he seeks to convey to the physical body, and thusGlamour, 268:faces, and this he knows he has to cross if he seeks to pass through the door. The question for himGlamour, 271:means he learns. He is not at the point where he seeks deliverance from them as does the man uponHealing, 16:work and methods of the modern psychologist, who seeks to deal with subjective conditions and toHealing, 24:consideration of disease and its forms; it seeks to elucidate the subject of and the vital causesHealing, 57:stage of thought or of desire of the one who seeks his help. He can thereby know the source fromHealing, 98:stage of thought or of desire of the one who seeks his help. He can thereby know the source fromHealing, 125:He goes out in consciousness towards those he seeks to help, but it is sometimes as a soul (andHealing, 129:form. It is concerned therefore today, as it seeks to create the new order, with free circulationHealing, 134:stage of thought or of desire of the one who seeks his help. He [135] can thereby know the sourceHealing, 136:is the producer of conflict as the soul energy seeks to control the forces. [137] The second energyHealing, 150:that must ever be held in mind as the student seeks to comprehend the centers, interiorly relatedHealing, 184:produced so much danger. The initiate-student seeks to grasp the relation of the three basicHealing, 184:and their sequential polarization. He seeks not to narrow the teaching down to points and lines andHealing, 351:the healer will give of his best to the one he seeks to heal. Having no clairvoyant power in theHealing, 389:of all healing groups, such as the Hierarchy seeks to see functioning in the future, I would say itHealing, 426:own expression, is governed by its own laws, and seeks its own objectives. But - in time and spaceHealing, 462:life of the physical body) and the soul, as it seeks to withdraw and dissolve the sumtotal of theHealing, 531:found the future hope of medical science as it seeks to meet the need of humanity - a humanityHealing, 533:stage of thought or of desire of the one who seeks his help. He can thereby know the source fromHealing, 550:stage of thought or of desire of the one who seeks his help. He can thereby know the source fromHealing, 554:is attempting to collaborate with the healer and seeks to bring about a cure. His mental focus andHealing, 576:conditions which he is advised to follow if he seeks success. Much depends upon his understandingHealing, 598:spiritual man, and with the energies which he seeks to direct, and which - later in theHealing, 600:between energies and forces. That if he seeks real success, he must learn to place the patient asHealing, 701:There are two reasons for this: The fact that he seeks to heal and help indicates a fair measure ofHealing, 710:knowledge will emerge. For these the healer seeks. To these the healer adds the two which are asHealing, 712:and, passing through the center of the one who seeks to aid, produce the new and good. The healerHerculessoul who, on the Way of life, experiences and seeks the clear light which shines from the HighHercules, 2:shineth forth?" Came the reply: "A soul who seeks the light of understanding, a struggling soul."Hercules, 17:He, therefore, represents every disciple who seeks to tread the path and demonstrate his controlHercules, 36:is the symbol of what we call evil, that seeks to destroy the soul in incarnation. The sea monster,Hercules, 38:on his failure, and mourns for Abderis, and seeks for help within himself." "It is well. The giftsHercules, 63:and so concerned over his sufferings as he seeks to carry the weight of the world, that he gives up
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