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Statement:teaching be accepted. But not otherwise. If the statements meet with eventual corroboration, or areAstrology, 4:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements 1. Three Basic Statements The statement isAstrology, 4:the Rays - Three Basic Statements 1. Three Basic Statements The statement is frequently made thatAstrology, 7:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements It is immaterial to me whether modernAstrology, 10:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements In connection with this, and in order moreAstrology, 13:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements Another point which should here be noted is thatAstrology, 15:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements Besides these, it should be remembered thatAstrology, 18:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements I realize that these concepts are not in lineAstrology, 21:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements According, therefore, to an individual's pointAstrology, 25:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements I have several times used the phrase "passAstrology, 28:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements I have pointed out that these energies fall intoAstrology, 31:- The Zodiac and the Rays - Three Basic Statements Bringing the theme back to the subject of thisAstrology, 63:information which constitutes the basis of the statements which I have made or will make which willAstrology, 114:their understanding you will have to accept my statements as temporary hypotheses at least, for youAstrology, 133:the long run. Gather together, as you read, the statements I make anent any particular sign, planetAstrology, 133:as to the truth and the verifiability of the statements made. Yet the beginner in chemistry has toAstrology, 133:Yet the beginner in chemistry has to accept the statements of the expert who has written hisAstrology, 324:is some form of unsatisfied desire. Both these statements are true in part and generic in effectAstrology, 344:well to isolate first of all the broad general statements anent the zodiacal signs and influenceAstrology, 408:to give any of the mathematics connected with my statements in this series of astrological studies.Astrology, 417:equipment is to accept hypothetically these statements anent certain major triangles which affectAstrology, 420:mutation and infinitely changing processes. The statements made by me in this attempt - for it isAstrology, 478:abstract truth lying behind the two following statements: The Science of Triangles is related toAstrology, 497:and probably unwelcome ones at that; I have made statements which are of necessity revolutionary inAstrology, 514:in any one incarnation will appear. If these statements are added to the three I earlier gave you,Astrology, 528:a wealth of information hidden in my various statements if due search is made and the material isAstrology, Saturn:our Earth and this they will immutably do. These statements conclude what I feel it necessary toAstrology, 601:highest expression is organization. In the above statements anent the rays, you can see that theAstrology, 637:signs... (S.D. Vol. I, 730) The following five statements are basic Each of the Primordial Seven,Autobiography, 38:esoterically - in His Ashram. I make these statements with a definite purpose in mind. So muchAutobiography, 246:leaders of the groups who took refuge under such statements as: The Master has instructed me toAutobiography, 269:as a command). The presence of authoritative statements, emanating from the teacher of the group,Bethlehem, 61:religion can investigate the truth of these statements, and at the end will stand amazed at theBethlehem, 82:that which is needed? Perhaps from the following statements: Hidden in every human being is theBethlehem, 108:human at the same time. People make these statements, but they are apt to forget the implications.Destiny, 63:to check the accuracy or the inaccuracy of the statements which I may make in the followingDestiny, 128:creates right action and right forms. These two statements are of very ancient origin but are asDiscipleship1, 16:and mature men and women who need not specific statements as to faults and characteristics. I seekDiscipleship1, 42:my brothers, if the following sequence of statements will convey anything to your minds? It is aDiscipleship1, 88:would ask you all to ponder deeply on the above statements, for they embody the task ahead for youDiscipleship1, 332:nature, via the soul. In these two statements, you and R. S. U. have your problem clearly defined.Discipleship1, 342:experiments with me and submit to some plain statements of truth. In the process of thisDiscipleship1, 348:pondering, you summarize your conclusions in six statements - brief and concise. Discipleship1, 443:for the next six months, take the following statements for the seed thoughts in your meditationDiscipleship1, 494:be discovered by you. It is not acceptance of my statements which is required; it is a mentalDiscipleship1, 612:to myself in this communication to you, as your statements, and I believe your intent, have everDiscipleship1, 661:All of this may be true, my brother, but these statements do not constitute an alibi for what isDiscipleship1, 686:to recognize the Master's point of view and the statements he may make? Will the fact of AcceptedDiscipleship1, 687:to a disciple, even though he may make positive statements about human affairs. These statementsDiscipleship1, 687:positive statements about human affairs. These statements may be entirely correct; the neophyte,Discipleship1, 778:leaders of the groups who took refuge under such statements as: The Master has instructed me toDiscipleship2, 34:individual meditations. I gave each of you six statements upon which to ponder. Through the closeDiscipleship2, 34:ponder. Through the close consideration of these statements you can create fresh aspiration and aDiscipleship2, 34:and a renewed tendency to creative living. Statements such as these are formulations of truth andDiscipleship2, 71:teaching you have received, but I repeat these statements, so that with clarity you may proceed.Discipleship2, 130:you. These injunctions will take the form of six statements, sentences or aphorisms which willDiscipleship2, 130:to do this and can, therefore, make the six statements into six seed thoughts for meditation, orDiscipleship2, 131:with increasing usefulness. Here are the six statements (NOTE: The "six statements" appear in theDiscipleship2, 131:Here are the six statements (NOTE: The "six statements" appear in the Personal Instructions datedDiscipleship2, 142:that of "fixed determination." In the above statements you have the goals which I had in mind whenDiscipleship2, 253:to list for you the most important of the statements made by me in the previous instruction,Discipleship2, 289:the earnest disciple, if he truly considers the statements made and regards them of practicalDiscipleship2, 370:mine, how very abstruse these apparently simple statements anent revelation can be. As I haveDiscipleship2, 381:the many books which I have written. Isolated statements and interesting details are really of noDiscipleship2, 446:cause. I hinted at this when I gave you the six statements which were intended to aid in theDiscipleship2, 476:MY BROTHER: I wonder if you drew out of the six statements what they were intended to convey to youDiscipleship2, 476:hidden by these word forms. The first three statements were fairly simple for you to comprehend.Discipleship2, 498:to fit. Have you studied with care the six statements I gave you a year ago? I want today to callDiscipleship2, 518:for you. To it, I referred in the six statements which I earlier gave you. That word is:Discipleship2, 520:itself through the medium of the Plan. These statements may be somewhat familiar to you, but theyDiscipleship2, 535:to which I made reference in the last of the six statements given to you last year. The higher theDiscipleship2, 549:be purely your own. Occult Obedience. In the six statements given to you in the precedingDiscipleship2, 560:your aid in meditation. Let me now give you six statements which can form, if you so desire, sixDiscipleship2, 564:by me to him last year. There I gave him six statements anent [565] this mysterious and holy centerDiscipleship2, 565:I gave you in that same series. In these three statements and in their true comprehension you haveDiscipleship2, 581:I would call your attention to the fact that statements emanating from any member of the Hierarchy,Discipleship2, 593:I start this instruction for you with two statements: First of all, in the discussion of the workDiscipleship2, 606:I hinted at this fact to you in one of the six statements which I gave you in my last instruction.Discipleship2, 608:There was much of esoteric value in the various statements given last year to the group [609]Discipleship2, 637:of crisis and of supreme opportunity. These two statements are closely related. Crises, my brother,Discipleship2, 649:A.A.B. has just called my attention to the six statements which I gave you to reflect upon moreDiscipleship2, 665:in your life. Let us see which are the other statements of fact pointed out by me, for in theirDiscipleship2, 705:schoolmaster upon the physical plane. In the six statements which I gave you a year ago were threeDiscipleship2, 716:permit. I give you below certain sentences or statements, one for each month of the coming year.Discipleship2, 739:it was for that reason that the first of the six statements I gave you enjoined you to: Shift yourEducation, xii:in the New Age - Chapter I - Introductory Statements I. The Objective of the New EducationEducation, xii:The Objective of the New Education Introductory Statements This presentation might be regarded asEducation, 4:in the New Age - Chapter I - Introductory Statements V. Education has three major objectives, fromEducation, 37:medium of the nervous system. [37] In the above statements you will see how large is our theme, andEducation, 50:not possible for me to prove the truth of these statements, but a study of the race and of theEducation, 51:earnest student. Ponder on the following four statements: [52] The antahkarana expresses theEducation, 133:in these brief instructions, but certain statements can be made which will be indicative of futureEducation, 138:would ask you to ponder on these five points or statements which are only intended to beExternalisation, 38:if you can appreciate the importance of the two statements anent the first Ray found in this shortExternalisation, 117:to take the always debatable position of making statements which cannot be checked and which findExternalisation, 127:verify what I say or to check the accuracy of my statements. The point which is, however, of majorExternalisation, 154:consciousness as study is made of the above statements. Suffering is the most effective and mostExternalisation, 156:do beyond accepting - if you care to do so - my statements anent them, regarding them asExternalisation, 164:of right understanding and invocation. Three statements in the New Testament begin now toExternalisation, 216:If you will rightly grasp the reality of the statements made above, you will do your share in the
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