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Astrology, 317:the puerile reconstruction of the past lives of theosophical inclined people (none of them based onAutobiography, 134:I would endeavor to be everything that this Theosophical lecturer was not. But I had gained oneAutobiography, 138:who have disapproved of my presentation of theosophical truth. Few of them, if any, who have thusAutobiography, 138:well taught and I am grateful. I had joined the Theosophical Lodge in Pacific Grove and wasAutobiography, 144:packer and make other plans. My work with the Theosophical Lodge in Pacific Grove was havingAutobiography, 144:down to Hollywood where the headquarters of the Theosophical Society, at Krotona, were to be found.Autobiography, 152:had many friends and the grounds at Krotona, the Theosophical Headquarters, were delightful.Autobiography, 153:been a vegetarian ever since coming across the Theosophical teaching. My children had never tastedAutobiography, 155:admitted into the Esoteric Section (E.S.) of the Theosophical Society and was attending theirAutobiography, 155:was up against the competitive technique of the Theosophical Society. It was, however, a wholesomeAutobiography, 156:Foster Bailey and I grew more and more active in Theosophical work and associated very closely withAutobiography, 157:Mr. Bailey was made National Secretary of the Theosophical Society. Dr. Shepherd was made PublicityAutobiography, 157:of the matter was that the management of the Theosophical Society in the United States, and stillAutobiography, 167:published in Adyar, India. Then the usual theosophical jealousy and reactionary attitude appearedAutobiography, 169:with him to the full in order to swing back the Theosophical Society to its original impulse ofAutobiography, 170:authority and the complete control of the Theosophical Society by the Esoteric Section was rapidlyAutobiography, 170:by one of the Masters, that every member of the Theosophical Society had to throw his interestsAutobiography, 171:various causes many people were leaving the Theosophical Society in disgust and bewilderment. IAutobiography, 172:of [172] God on earth, and the attitude of the Theosophical Society in regarding itself as the onlyAutobiography, 172:as integral and equally important parts of the Theosophical Movement (not the Theosophical Society)Autobiography, 172:parts of the Theosophical Movement (not the Theosophical Society) in the world is largelyAutobiography, 172:and separateness and to form part of the great Theosophical Movement which is today sweeping theAutobiography, 172:of a Hierarchical plan. There have always been theosophical societies down the ages - the name ofAutobiography, 173:that I made a vow never to attend another Theosophical Convention again in my life. Next to Mr.Autobiography, 174:Warrington was forced to resign as head of the Theosophical Society in America, though retainingAutobiography, 174:and our very real effort to be of service to the Theosophical Society. [175] Autobiography, 188:this time Foster was acting as secretary to the Theosophical of New York - anAutobiography, 188:- a committee pledged to endeavor to swing the Theosophical Society to its original principles.Autobiography, 189:attitude in the T.S. along with one or two other Theosophical groups who represent the point ofAutobiography, 190:well-attended. People from the various Theosophical societies and occult groups came regularly. Mr.Autobiography, 190:and for those who claim that the true Theosophical lineage descends from H.P.B. via W.Q. Judge. AllAutobiography, 190:have used them. When he died many years ago his theosophical library came into our hands with allAutobiography, 190:the old Lucifers and all the old editions of the Theosophical magazine, plus other esoteric papersAutobiography, 191:I first met them. The attitude of the current Theosophical leaders and membership has always amusedAutobiography, 191:grew and prospered until they aroused definite Theosophical antagonism and I was warned by Dr.Autobiography, 197:active students who are members of the various theosophical organizations, each of which regardsAutobiography, 216:with some problem or other. Members of the Theosophical Society who were discontented with theAutobiography, 228:[228] discovered several of the leaders of the Theosophical Society were working in the order,Autobiography, 246:but not in any sequential form. The [246] Theosophical Society had taught the fact of the Masters,Autobiography, 246:This teaching was misinterpreted by the later theosophical leaders and they made certain basicAutobiography, 246:mediocre people with no influence outside the Theosophical Society itself. Complete devotion to theAutobiography, 255:sent out to the Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society that she bitterly regretted everAutobiography, 255:same opinion. The Masters, as portrayed in the Theosophical Society faintly resemble the realityAutobiography, 256:the reality. The Masters portrayed in the many theosophical movements (since the time of H.P.B.)Autobiography, 262:refer to the numbers of mystical, metaphysical, Theosophical, Rosicrucian and occult orders whichAutobiography, 264:familiar, such as the inner schools of the many Theosophical groups, the Rosicrucian orders and theDiscipleship1, 732:The books on discipleship put out by the Theosophical Society adequately cover the ProbationaryDiscipleship1, 777:statement but not in any sequential form. The Theosophical Society had taught the fact of the [778]Discipleship1, 778:doing. This teaching was misinterpreted by later theosophical leaders and they made certain basicDiscipleship1, 778:entirely mediocre with no influence outside the Theosophical Society itself; complete devotion toDiscipleship1, 787:sent out to the Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society that she bitterly regretted everDiscipleship1, 787:same opinion. The Masters, as portrayed in the Theosophical Society faintly resemble the reality;Discipleship2, 22:methods, and who are the fundamentalists of the theosophical movement and the narrow theologiansDiscipleship2, 65:old tradition, perpetuated and summarized by the Theosophical, Rosicrucian and other occult groups;Discipleship2, 70:take initiation, as it is erroneously called in theosophical circles. These, correctly handled andDiscipleship2, 70:- a very different interpretation to the current theosophical one. As I often told you, a man is anDiscipleship2, 88:the case with The Secret Doctrine and the [88] Theosophical Society. This incidentally has been aDiscipleship2, 171:and misapplied by the devotee type of which the Theosophical Society is largely composed, and theDiscipleship2, 339:selfish rendering given to it by those early theosophical teachers who misunderstood andDiscipleship2, 624:underlying the phrase found so often in the theosophical books, kama-manas - desire-mind - for allExternalisation, 153:and Personality (the atma-buddhi-manas of the theosophical literature). Hitherto the word alignmentExternalisation, 589:colored all the occult movements and the various Theosophical and Rosicrucian presentations. TheFire, 69:converge the rays sent back by those waters. In Theosophical writings, it is called theFire, 69:Atma represents the seventh principle of the theosophical septenary and that the Manas is far lowerFire, 77:to a kind of nominal Buddhahood individually." - Theosophical Glossary. 31 "From the view taken ofFire, 188:and the 5 used for action 'karma-indriya' - Theosophical Glossary. "Jnana-indriyas" - literallyFire, 596:remarking that one of the main functions of the Theosophical movement in all its many branches isFire, 627:involutionary development which are spoken of in theosophical and occult literature as theFire, 701:remarking that one of the main functions of the Theosophical movement in all its many branches isFire, 759:The three Masters so closely allied with the theosophical movement are already making TheirFire, 1038:at this point that students in one branch of our theosophical movement must recognize the fact thatFire, 1085:end. If we divide this seven according to the theosophical plane of a lower four dominated over byGlamour, 183:revelation and holding steadily - many of the theosophical groups - that The Secret Doctrine was aHealing, 403:Healing The occultists of the world, through the theosophical societies and other occult bodies,Healing, 403:vision of astral psychics of prominence in the Theosophical Society. Yet in the Scriptures of theHealing, 404:plane; this is the plane upon which leading Theosophical writers and psychics have worked, and uponHealing, 483:great deal of nonsense has been told in current theosophical literature about the time equation inHealing, 496:arisen because the concept of time still governs theosophical presentations of truth. If, however,Healing, 611:people are apt to think (unless they are theosophical fanatics) that he was incorrect or wasHercules, 72:in the religious field and in the Church, in the Theosophical field, in the Rosicrucian field, andHercules, 74:related to the Christ plane, called in the Theosophical terminology and in the east, the buddhicInitiation, 52:their work. Certain schools of occultism and of theosophical endeavor have claimed to be the soleInitiation, 215:of the definitions have been culled from the Theosophical Glossary, The Secret Doctrine, and theMagic, 376:to negate duality. Other schools (such as the Theosophical, in spite of denial) teach the fact ofMagic, 377:and in seven groups as outlined in many Theosophical books and summarized in Initiation, Human andMeditation, 117:pioneer movements of the world, such as the Theosophical Society, the Christian Science movement,Meditation, 309:schools, such as the esoteric sections of the Theosophical movement, and others. The work inMeditation, 349:of the definitions have been culled from the Theosophical Glossary, The Secret Doctrine, and thePatanjali, 299:differentiation, for they blend in with modern Theosophical thought. The earth plane is describedPatanjali, 315:of beings called siddhas - popularly known in theosophical circles as Mahatmas or high adepts -Psychology1, 107:some of it most mediocre in quality. The various theosophical societies have been the recipients ofPsychology1, 213:or downward arc. This latter (according to the Theosophical literature) includes three kingdoms -Psychology1, 356:man's nature was developed which is called (in theosophical books) kama-manas. This phrase simplyPsychology2, 70:energies we have the atma-buddhi-manas of the theosophical literature. They are that higherPsychology2, 290:a. Building and Construction of the Bodies In theosophical literature, there is much talk anent thePsychology2, 385:of force. The teaching given in the oriental and theosophical books refers primarily to thePsychology2, 386:upon the physical plane what is called in theosophical books, Atma, or the first qualifiedPsychology2, 596:Arcane School and the Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society - to mention two of the mostPsychology2, 662:organizations, by many fraternities and many theosophical bodies; but those who have promulgatedRays, 99:what one might call the usual metaphysical and theosophical platitudes, and to see life as the
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