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

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Autobiography, 5:and the same love of others, the same sins and weaknesses, the same pride and selfishness, the sameAutobiography, 81:unless he believed that Jesus died for his sins in order to placate any angry God, or unless heAutobiography, 81:converted, which meant that he confessed his sins and gave up everything that he liked to do. HeAutobiography, 223:were no secrets withheld, there were no peculiar sins and unholy performances that I had not toldBethlehem, 113:and its temptations, and liberated from the sins of the mental processes. Such is [114] the will ofBethlehem, 162:which is shed for many for the remission of sins." (St. Matt., XXVI, 28.) But these are His onlyBethlehem, 178:said, according to Max Müller, 'Let all the sins that were in the world fall on me, that the worldBethlehem, 186:should simply believe that Christ died for one's sins. [187] Bethlehem, 194:of bulls and of goats should take away [194] sins.' In this passage the writer goes on to say:Bethlehem, 196:his definitions alter, and the crude so-called sins of the unevolved man, and the faults andBethlehem, 198:his birth of original sin, in addition to later sins committed in his own lifetime. A man can doBethlehem, 199:hold sway, a man suffers for his own deeds and sins and "works out his own salvation, with fear andBethlehem, 199:In the Jewish teaching a man suffers for the sins of his forebears and of his nation, and thusBethlehem, 199:The thought and idea of sacrifice for the sins of the people was not the original and basic idea.Bethlehem, 200:saved from eternal punishment for their sins by the death of Christ upon the Cross, the sinnerBethlehem, 211:death. He made no reference to the remission of sins through His blood as the reason for thatBethlehem, 215:to that need. There was [215] no remission of sins through the shedding of blood; but there was theBethlehem, 215:experience) not to sin. We pay the price of our sins and mistakes, and cease to make them. WeBethlehem, 215:make our earlier errors or commit our former sins. For we suffer and agonize, and learn that sinBethlehem, 216:the ignorant pay for mistakes made and so-called sins committed. A man who deliberately sinsBethlehem, 216:so-called sins committed. A man who deliberately sins against light and knowledge is rare. MostBethlehem, 216:He stated that he received the due reward of his sins, but at the same time there was something inBethlehem, 276:the nature of God. To be immortal because one's sins are forgiven seems an inadequate reason to anDestiny, 65:time to avert still more serious conditions. The sins of humanity are also one. Its goal is one andDestiny, 77:that European history, successes, mistakes and sins are here also - a thing that many people areEducation, 77:for what it is. The many small and petty sins, imposed upon children by the constant reiteration ofEducation, 78:until the years of adolescence by the little sins and evasions and by the petty embryonicExternalisation, 173:and aggression, which are the three major sins of humanity. All men have hated; all men have beenExternalisation, 218:because of past national mistakes and historical sins and failures is an unwarranted alibi; theFire, 738:to the Devachan. They will have to pay for their sins, voluntary and involuntary, later on.Fire, 750:"Those high souled persons that do not commit sins in word, deed, heart and soul, are said toHealing, 114:of contamination: Ancient mistakes, so-called sins and errors of the individual concerned,Healing, 231:could be appropriated. Just as the major sins of Lemurian times (if they could be called sins inHealing, 231:sins of Lemurian times (if they could be called sins in any true sense, because of the lowHealing, 233:of the man himself. The man who deliberately sins, and who is psychologically wrong in hisHealing, 234:The Biblical injunction to remember that the sins of the fathers will be visited upon the childrenHealing, 234:of common sense, will decide that the physical sins exact too heavy a penalty and that theHealing, 234:rape. Today these evils are not only individual sins and faults, but can be nationalHealing, 381:lies a very ancient past, wherein so-called sins and errors, wrongdoing and wrong attitudes haveHealing, 669:of a fanatical ideologist or of a gangster who sins because of ignorance, through immaturity or inInitiation, 82:have reached a high degree of attainment. "The sins of the flesh," as the Christian phraseology hasInitiation, 83:clear to the onlooking general public that such sins and infringements of the law are not condoned.Initiation, 149:but opportunity will lack. The initiate who thus sins in intention will be struck dumb, andMagic, 202:whilst another is visionary and free from the sins of the flesh. The diversities among men arePatanjali, 138:has outgrown. For this reason, the gross animal sins are universally regarded as evil because it isPatanjali, 186:avarice may lead to any number of physical plane sins and is very powerful. It concerns mentalProblems, 148:It is the temporary differences and the sins which ignorance and inexperience betray which havePsychology1, 118:the subconscious, through which ancient racial sins and knowledges, suppressed complexes and latentPsychology2, 88:secret of the doctrines of "the forgiveness of sins" and of the "at-one-ment" lies hid in thisRays, 764:of tears of crystal to wash away a brother's sins; the need of fiery courage that can hold aReappearance, 106:world as the living Scapegoat, bearing away the sins of the people, and thus originating theReappearance, 112:only sin, for it will be recognized that all the sins - as listed and now regarded as wrong - only
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