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Astrology, 99:in their use and it is difficult to tell to which the esoteric planet refers unless you have beenAstrology, 194:the seven Pleiades. There is little that I can tell you in connection with the energies pouringAstrology, 252:Virgin is called are familiar to all of us, and tell us much as a whole concerning the form natureAstrology, 280:he profits not from anything that I could tell him in this connection. For its impartation also,Astrology, 514:and the guarantee of the truth of what I tell you. Atom, 17:we will touch upon that. Science has much to tell us about the evolution of the atom, [18] and hasAtom, 122:discovery is going to lead it is impossible to tell, for the study of radioactive substances is asAtom, 150:with the planetary Spirit, I am unable to tell you whether He is as yet cooperating in the purposesAutobiography, 10:saying to her, "Well, darling, one thing I can tell you. You never know what lies just around theAutobiography, 20:on the Way. I wish I had it now for it would tell me much, remind me of people and episodes andAutobiography, 40:the experience, the less temptation is there to tell it. Only beginners with a theoretical,Autobiography, 50:justified; they know beforehand what you should tell them. My technique has usually been to letAutobiography, 57:how I see it now; when I see it differently I'll tell you." I never present truth (as I see it) inAutobiography, 57:it) in such a way that it is dogmatic. I often tell people: "Five thousand years hence thisAutobiography, 59:and they would come limping into the hut and tell me that a crumb of one of my buns had dropped onAutobiography, 63:but it never materialized. As far as I can tell, I got on well with my co-workers. My strongAutobiography, 84:that nobody had ever come back from hell to tell us whether it was true or not, I stood up thatAutobiography, 89:solution for any of my problems and He did not tell me what to do. The Masters never do. They neverAutobiography, 89:me what to do. The Masters never do. They never tell a disciple what to do or where to go, or howAutobiography, 100:what I was. I shall just have to get ahead and tell my story with its sorrows and pain and distressAutobiography, 109:happy recollections of it. I could not tell them I was not happy and had made a mistake. My prideAutobiography, 109:one of the people whom I dearly love, but I will tell you more about her later. I came back to theAutobiography, 130:of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III Let me tell one more story which expresses even more fully thisAutobiography, 150:afraid and everybody has his pet fear. If people tell me that they are never afraid, I know thatAutobiography, 151:asked how can one combat fear? Well! I can only tell what I myself have found successful. I neverAutobiography, 151:to many things. Those schools of thought which tell the public that because they are divine theyAutobiography, 163:I never gave it another thought and did not even tell Foster about it. During the interval I neverAutobiography, 165:and the time was ripe. He felt he would like to tell the Masters, much to my amusement, that I wasAutobiography, 182:occult groups. When people come to me and tell me that their families are not sympathetic in theirAutobiography, 196:We require no such separation and we tell the students that if the School succeeds in deepeningAutobiography, 198:more dependable. I think this is all I have to tell you about the inception of the school and itsAutobiography, 202:this [202] church said to me once, "Don't ever tell me that a person is divorced because what I doAutobiography, 207:I acted as a safety-valve. She knew she could tell me anything and that it would go no further.Autobiography, 210:do for me. I said, "Nothing." I then went on to tell him that there were people in America, likeAutobiography, 211:to me and said, "Mrs. Bailey, if I were to tell you that I also know the Tibetan would it meanAutobiography, 221:to do first?" To her great astonishment I would tell her that we were not going to do anything likeAutobiography, 223:it was a book that I felt was pure dirt I would tell [224] them about it and ask them why theyAutobiography, 248:she cannot even set up a chart nor could she tell you the names of the planets and the houses whichBethlehem, 81:and blind acceptance of all that theology can tell us. Relatively easy to believe, this is the lineBethlehem, 113:But these tales are accepted [113] by those who tell them and by their audience as unquestionedBethlehem, 164:gone, thy heart at rest!" and then he goes on to tell him: "This form of Mine which thou hast seenBethlehem, 169:a religion worthy of existence?" and goes on to tell us that it is salvation, but a salvation thatBethlehem, 186:in all its stages. He then rose from the dead to tell us that the long task of evolution had atBethlehem, 231:in exactly what body He appeared, we cannot tell. We are assured by the Apostles that it resembledBethlehem, 244:spite of what science and the inexperienced may tell us. An intuitive, substantial inner SelfDestiny, 108:The result of all this conflict is, I would tell you, definitely good, and it demonstrates theDiscipleship1, 10:a general rule, no one believes what others may tell him - no matter how [11] apparent the truth orDiscipleship1, 27:for the reiteration of the known ideal, or to tell you again what needs to be done. [28] I wouldDiscipleship1, 35:enable you to grasp the intent clearly, I will tell you something of the purpose which lies behindDiscipleship1, 96:initiate-disciple. The pitfalls are many and I tell you to beware. Attend to your own life and yourDiscipleship1, 106:you have not, as yet, developed mental vision. I tell you that the group already exists as aDiscipleship1, 114:teaching value in it for all of you. Before I tell you what these two thoughts are, I want to giveDiscipleship1, 115:This is well and very good. However, I tell you that there are results and perhaps they can beginDiscipleship1, 115:The two thoughts which come into my heart to tell you can be summarized as follows. Note that theseDiscipleship1, 129:as the saying is. My function with you is not to tell you your faults or to give you manyDiscipleship1, 137:other. They themselves would be the first to tell you of the importance, the difficulty and theDiscipleship1, 177:love of your co-disciples is yours. May I also tell you: I, too, "stand by" you in understandingDiscipleship1, 179:problem will appear more clearly to you when I tell you that the ray of your physical body is theDiscipleship1, 217:something to give to the group as a whole... I tell you again that the force which expresses itselfDiscipleship1, 232:like to hear it or to recognize it, I wish to tell you that you have made more real progress theDiscipleship1, 244:potent in helping others than you are? Shall I tell you why, my brother? The reason is to be foundDiscipleship1, 262:You are on the verge of real release and I tell you this for your comforting and help. To carryDiscipleship1, 292:path of discipleship. This I think you know. I tell you not what you should know for yourself, butDiscipleship1, 299:a unit has been nearly wrecked. I. B. S. could tell you much, were she to speak with you face toDiscipleship1, 310:summed up for you your immediate problem, and I tell you also for your encouragement that you areDiscipleship1, 311:to you possibility. One thing I can, however, tell you and that is that it will come through aDiscipleship1, 331:real progress. This, I, your friend and brother, tell you gladly. The emphasis upon the little selfDiscipleship1, 347:my brother, can I do anything else except tell you to wait with patience? In occult training, theDiscipleship1, 351:is not oft that I pause in my strenuous life to tell a disciple that he has done well. I pause hereDiscipleship1, 351:has done well. I pause here today, however, to tell you so with deliberation. The group shouldDiscipleship1, 355:There is little along these lines that I can tell you. Your failure is in application of knowledgeDiscipleship1, 362:inner side, when duly merited. I can, therefore, tell you that your work is recognized. [363] ButDiscipleship1, 368:an increasing ability to move forward. Let me tell you now that three years ago, I viewed yourDiscipleship1, 412:instead of the word "integration." I am going to tell you the governing rays of your lifeDiscipleship1, 419:help that I can give you at this time is to tell you this. You have the persistence and the willDiscipleship1, 424:therefore, the procedure outlined until I again tell you to make a change. Breathing exercises areDiscipleship1, 427:which you may set yourself and pass on. Let me tell you the rays of your threefold lower nature. ItDiscipleship1, 437:The only other thing I seek to do today is to tell you the nature of your personality rays andDiscipleship1, 451:who necessarily knows more than you do, tell you today that humanity as a whole (distributed overDiscipleship1, 457:to fight on all three battlefields at once. I tell you this for your encouragement... That is all IDiscipleship1, 458:about yourself and others, and emphatically I tell you that the work of the next six months [459]Discipleship1, 466:service. It will be of interest to you now if I tell you of the rays which govern the lower self.Discipleship1, 477:But having said this I must be equally frank and tell you that you have made real progress. YouDiscipleship1, 478:as yet you have not managed to achieve it. If I tell you that you have made little progress theDiscipleship1, 478:be discouraged and that I do not desire. If I tell you that your self-interest has intensifiedDiscipleship1, 496:this man and prompt him to excessive service. Tell him to aim at that! For excessive serviceDiscipleship1, 503:I speak; it is because of this knowledge that I tell you that I stand by you and that you may callDiscipleship1, 507:in your garden? Will you comprehend me when I tell you that only love can free you? Not love ofDiscipleship1, 514:to do to gain the release for which you long. I tell you also assuredly that - for you - theDiscipleship1, 515:not regard it as of adequate importance. Yet I tell you with love and not a little concern thatDiscipleship1, 522:created and used, exists. Today I would like to tell you that on the inner planes your garden is ofDiscipleship1, 534:average aspirant. However, I would like today to tell you that you have done good work in thisDiscipleship1, 539:the paradox of that? As with the others, I will tell you what are the governing rays of yourDiscipleship1, 548:breathing exercise I will give you. I shall not tell you its objective as we will let the physicalDiscipleship1, 560:lesson, as it is hers also. It is not for me to tell you how to serve or in what field it is to beDiscipleship1, 574:grow out of your meditation. It is not for me to tell you what activity your personality mustDiscipleship1, 576:- already know. There is little that I can tell you personally at this time. You have so muchDiscipleship1, 576:understand me, my brother, and believe me when I tell you that, for you, the achievement of anDiscipleship1, 589:and I care enough about your unfoldment to tell you with frankness what they are. One is that yourDiscipleship1, 600:wrong! But should I accede to your request and tell you what you want to know, what would be the
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