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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - THEOSOPHIST
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Autobiography, 167:and printed the first few chapters in "The Theosophist," published in Adyar, India. Then the usualAutobiography, 170:and the international magazine, called "The Theosophist," were preoccupied with personalityAutobiography, 170:to the requests of the Masters and a bad Theosophist. Books were being published at Adyar by Mr.Autobiography, 189:said and meant was accepted one cannot be a good Theosophist. Perhaps this accounts for the factAutobiography, 192:I hear myself described by some antagonistic Theosophist (I could mention names but I will not), asDiscipleship2, 114:new concept for the average esotericist and theosophist, and is one of the new items of informationFire, 41:succession (Bhagavad Gita, VIII, 19). - The Theosophist, Vol. VII, p. 11 15. 7 The termFire, 63:and commenced the work of evolution." - The Theosophist, Vol. VIII, p. 443. 2O The followingFire, 393:controlling influence over man's actions." - The Theosophist, Vol. VII, III, p. 59. "An ordinaryFire, 393:- Kaivalyanavanita, Part I, 98. Copied from The Theosophist, Vol. VIII. Fire, 410:evolved out of a single entity or Monad." - The Theosophist, Vol. VIII, p. 449. Fire, 449:of mastery over nature's finer forces. - The Theosophist, Vol. XIII, pp. 229, 613. "The primalFire, 449:odors and all sound vibrations impinges. - The Theosophist, Vol. VII, p. 218. Fire, 472:or for evil in your future development." - The Theosophist, Vol. X, p. 235. 55 Karma (action) is ofFire, 472:in this life alone. (Ibid., question 36.)" - The Theosophist, Vol. VIII, p. 170. 56 Karma. "It mustFire, 472:influence his conduct for good or evil." - The Theosophist, Vol. VII, p. 60. Fire, 604:the rays emitted by the great luminary." - The Theosophist, Vol. VII, p. 196. Fire, 711:to the consciousness which we call mind. - The Theosophist, Vol. XIII, p. 340. Fire, 750:appearance, an identical aim was in view. - The Theosophist, Vol. IX, p. 246. The pure heart andFire, 750:even though he lead a domestic life." - The Theosophist, Vol. XIII, p. 259. Fire, 837:enter the fullness of the divine Presence. - The Theosophist, Vol. XXIX, p. 50. 66 The Goal for theFire, 1196:all." The arrangement is quite legitimate. - The Theosophist, Vol. XXIX, p. 100. Compare also theGlamour, 21:illusion is intensified by desire. What the Theosophist calls "kama-manas" produces glamor. It isHealing, 44:is that of [44] the orthodox esotericist and theosophist. It may be of interest to you if I do twoHealing, 496:which has been called devachan by the orthodox theosophist. There has been a great deal ofPsychology2, 472:illusion is intensified by desire. What the theosophist calls "Kama-manas" produces glamor. It isPsychology2, 571:His radiance. If he is an occult student, or a Theosophist or Rosicrucian, he may see a vision ofRays, 347:the ordinary esoteric student and the orthodox Theosophist is that of a point of entry, and the
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