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

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Magic, 536:man to achieve in any field of human expression seems practically unlimited, and if the past fewMagic, 568:fires or the pranas of his own little system. It seems to me that for our particular purpose, thisMagic, 586:Is it necessary for me to enlarge upon this? It seems as if it should not be and yet here again isMagic, 589:has been brought to the surface, and the result seems appalling and uncontrollable to those whoMagic, 630:achieve what, from the standpoint of the world seems to be impossible, knowing that the vision isMeditation, 40:cross-currents are found, and all the system seems to be in a chaotic condition. The middle part ofMeditation, 56:here: Why have I thus apparently disgressed? It seems to you wide of the mark and beside theMeditation, 70:crisis - a crisis reconstructive, even though it seems to the onlooker to be destructive. On allMeditation, 71:in the hands of the unscrupulous. If then it seems to you that I have but imparted only sufficientMeditation, 109:great need. Yet, even though his ring-pass-not seems to proscribe and limit his inherentMeditation, 132:of emotional matter, of some dark emotion that seems to imperil all stable vibration and plungesMeditation, 215:Even if you understand them not, and even if it seems to you that some of the data may beMeditation, 248:being the color of the note of Nature. This seems to you sketchy and inadequate? So it is, evenMeditation, 264:you must not forget that when attained by Him it seems low indeed, for He measures it up with theMeditation, 293:suddenly become aware of a note of music, that seems to be sounded within his head or to emanatePatanjali, 87:rays, assigning the way to the ray wherever it seems to them appropriate. Patanjali, 135:degree or another, and the progress of the soul seems to be in this dispensation from one object ofPatanjali, 135:all objects of attachment, and even his guru seems to have left him alone. Only one reality isPatanjali, 216:below." The desire nature of man, for instance, seems to respond to the lure of the great world ofPatanjali, 261:has passed, and the door into the soul-realm seems suddenly to shut. But assurance has been gained;Patanjali, 369:and not simply self-consciousness. It seems the part of wisdom to protest here against the use ofPatanjali, 423:go on after failure, to persevere when success seems far away. This was well known to the greatPatanjali, 423:of another step when the strength to do so seems gone, the holding steady when there seems nothingPatanjali, 423:do so seems gone, the holding steady when there seems nothing but defeat ahead, and thePatanjali, 425:[425] have gone. The system now followed seems arid, dry and unsatisfactory. But joy and peace areProblems, 80:men and women of goodwill in every land today seems too heavy and the problems to be solved seemProblems, 101:These are points to which the Jew at no time seems to pay attention and yet it is these things inProblems, 123:to meet that need are also becoming clear. It seems essential, therefore, that we face theProblems, 125:they are deplorably few. Even if united (which seems as yet sadly impossible because of doctrinalPsychology1, 113:of objectivity - the lovers of humanity which seems to us, the teachers, to be of supremePsychology1, 116:with souls and do not nurse the personality. Seems this too hard a saying to you? If it is indeedPsychology1, 166:of Christianity was only five hundred years. It seems probable that Buddhism arose under thePsychology1, 230:been technical, and much has been given which seems to have no bearing upon the psychologicalPsychology1, 255:in the action of applied will. This, man seems as yet to interpret as the will of the animal toPsychology1, 276:sexual abstinence will receive a just reward, seems too far away to offset the temptations of thePsychology2, 20:the intelligent embryonic purpose which seems to animate all substances, that is not possible. WhenPsychology2, 39:the Creator must be good. Behind all that which seems to be, must be a Plan. Teach me the purposePsychology2, 107:for you, right. Not necessarily is that which seems so clear to you and of such vital importance toPsychology2, 131:is a willingness to let others serve as seems best to them, knowing that the life flowing throughPsychology2, 135:clearly grasped. That might only indicate (if it seems to occur) the mental agility of the serverPsychology2, 158:to serve our brother and to obey our soul, it seems to us so familiar and so uninteresting that itPsychology2, 167:death... Later, another garden! but the time seems far away. Call for a gardener. The gardener, thePsychology2, 176:discriminate entirely mentally that the problem seems insuperable. When the rule of the soul andPsychology2, 216:can be adequately comprehended. If it seems simple and clear it might be wise to distrust thePsychology2, 223:every form in each kingdom in nature. There seems to be no better term by which to express thisPsychology2, 248:he recover that which he has once had and which seems to have disappeared, and to have retired outPsychology2, 323:and faced also with an environment which seems antagonistic, lacking inner synthesis, coordinationPsychology2, 326:which they are subjected, and from which there seems no escape, means for them the learning of somePsychology2, 346:in terms of form and form activity, that it seems necessary again and again to reiterate thePsychology2, 373:for the aspirant to handle. It is a crisis which seems to leave him destitute of incentive, ofPsychology2, 402:to the future was of such a nature that there seems no reason for existence, that there is nothingPsychology2, 449:time of unusual crisis. One point, nevertheless, seems impressed upon my mind, and I would like toPsychology2, 452:destruction which involves issues with which it seems beyond the capacity of the personality toPsychology2, 456:are willing to sacrifice or to damage anyone who seems to them inimical to their fixed idea of whatPsychology2, 486:laid much stress on the need for guidance, yet seems to have developed no real understanding of thePsychology2, 514:near to the particular organ in the body which seems outwardly to be responsible for the trouble.Psychology2, 533:of a phenomenal nature to which [533] humanity seems heir, once the mystical experience becomes aPsychology2, 546:where a distressed area is found, there the mind seems to throw all its attention, with the resultPsychology2, 556:as signifying a definite "fall from grace". It seems to me, therefore, that an analysis of thesePsychology2, 579:forces to stimulate the lower psychic powers seems able to reach no deeper into matter and formPsychology2, 618:judgment" and to the idle critical gossip which seems necessary to the average group member. It isPsychology2, 641:lives to the defense of some principle which seems to them of paramount importance, or to thePsychology2, 641:past efforts seem futile to stem the tide which seems about to sweep humanity over the brink ofPsychology2, 658:pledged to the working out of some ideal which seems to them to embody all that is desirable and toPsychology2, 662:or group of ideas, upon their peoples. This seems to the leaders, no matter how enlightened theyPsychology2, 701:for the moment, all that lies in the past. It seems as if the soul has retreated; that the periodPsychology2, 714:is, however, a sense of strain, a pressure which seems past endurance, and an impasse from whichPsychology2, 731:boiling point. Let us not forget, if this seems to be unduly optimistic, that one light, even ifRays, 72:aware of their spiritual impersonality, which seems to him to be almost a form of aloofness andRays, 72:realizes is not right but which at this stage he seems unable to avoid, whilst those he criticizesRays, 128:They work in the realm of life energy; the form seems to Them something which They have definitelyRays, 149:with so many groups and septenates and this seems to complicate understanding considerably. YetRays, 212:for the recognition of the group service seems little to ask from the world which is served;Rays, 234:through strength and strength through joy." It seems to be a law for group development to receiveRays, 274:different to anything hitherto projected that it seems so impossible of achievement; the trianglesRays, 345:seest thou? The door again appears, and wide it seems, not narrow as before. What was that I sawRays, 434:The subject, when you first approach it, seems of a relative simplicity, but a closer considerationRays, 434:or focused in the brain), the soul which seems at first the ultimate goal of attainment but isRays, 503:on the outer plane of awareness. At first it seems complicated, as the disciple tries to master theRays, 638:bringing about a point of world tension which seems well-nigh unbearable. But ahead of theRays, 729:than that of the resurrection; when life seems hard and circumstances carry in them no grounds forRays, 768:and many shades thereof; and to the onlooker it seems as if the color might transcend the innerReappearance, 7:(comparative) farther away. The root AV seems at all times to denote the idea of Protection fromReappearance, 24:commentators lived many hundreds of years ago seems to have given such words a totally unwarrantedReappearance, 32:of which they can know nothing and which ever seems to them so inscrutable and so all-inclusiveReappearance, 116:Law of Rebirth or of Reincarnation, the mistake seems ridiculous. The doctrine or theory ofReappearance, 145:or of immortality. From this recognition, there seems to be [146] no escape; it is as much a partReappearance, 162:man feel the futility of all effort. The problem seems too big, too terrible, and he himself seemsReappearance, 162:seems too big, too terrible, and he himself seems too small and helpless. Nevertheless, the mass ofReappearance, 170:emotionally fighting for that plan which seems to them to be the best, but with no sense ofReappearance, 178:financial generosity and the reason always seems adequate. Therefore, the second prerequisite isSoul, 11:a psychic counterpart of this behavior? It seems a queer question to ask and one that at firstSoul, 14:the outside and one viewed from the inside. This seems at the best an unnecessary complication." -Soul, 37:J. S. Huxley in a recent lecture says, "It seems clear that temperament even more important thanSoul, 40:different glands, and the nervous system [40] seems more specifically related to the psychicalSoul, 44:be pronounced mental activity and endurance. It seems to have a very close connection with ourSoul, 47:connection with the memory. "...the pituitary seems to be related to preservation of the memorySoul, 47:has relation to nutrition and growth. It seems to be connected with the irresponsible nature ofSoul, 51:personality. Experimental as the science is, man seems to have been psychoanalyzed and understoodSoul, 66:universal medium in the following terms: "It seems plain that the need of a primary intelligent and
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