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

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Astrology, 8:might be gained if you will endeavor to think of the human family, the fourth kingdom in nature, asAstrology, 12:unaware. It is essential that he learns to think in larger Wholes and to be more deeply concernedAstrology, 25:to the relation of the Earth to the Sun. Think this out. As we work and study over these matters,Astrology, 26:twelve houses of expression. As we ponder and think and as we correlate the various aspects of theAstrology, 30:is possible today, until the time when man can think in larger wholes and has a more syntheticAstrology, 118:to focus still more intently and to reason and think. The latent soul is becoming interiorlyAstrology, 133:than a textbook on physics or chemistry? I think not. What does complicate the problem is yourAstrology, 137:band which confines and holds captive. Think this out. It is an error to consider the margin ofAstrology, 147:Sun, influencing the soul. There is much to think out here but little more can be directlyAstrology, 147:of achievement of the human soul. We are apt to think that initiation and liberation are theAstrology, 183:lines; I only make suggestions, but it will, I think, be found that this is the case. A properAstrology, 313:convey an intelligible concept to your mind? I think not, because the synthesis of the finalAstrology, 336:reiterate the constant necessity for you to think in terms of energies and forces, of lines ofAstrology, 336:and energy relationships; astrologers must also think more in terms of qualities and ofAstrology, 344:would lead one to imagine. You will find, I think, that it is these hints and suggestions which areAstrology, 383:down and distort the relation, but until men can think in simple symbols and without words and canAstrology, 516:It is the sense of synthesis, the ability to think in wholes, and to touch the world of causes.Astrology, 558:theme. Only those, may I again repeat, who can think in terms of one or other of the three aboveAstrology, 561:their influence will only appear as you begin to think in terms of synthesis or of the relation ofAstrology, 561:no means an easy thing to do, for the ability to think synthetically is only just beginning toAstrology, 568:upon the Fixed Cross. Disciples are apt to think that the fact of their taking their place uponAstrology, 573:men and women whose aim is the will-to-good, who think in terms of world service and who areAstrology, 597:past, present and future and Whose mind does not think in terms of evolution or of process. TheAtom, 16:our mental processes, and until we are able to think in abstract terms as well as in concrete, itAtom, 16:the different aspects. Others are prone to think that their outlook and interpretation is the onlyAtom, 27:the practice of discrimination; we must learn to think clearly for ourselves, to formulate our ownAtom, 27:mental processes; we must learn to know what we think and why we think it, to find out the meaningAtom, 27:we must learn to know what we think and why we think it, to find out the meaning of groupAtom, 32:by means of that outer form. You will find, I think, that that is the line which I shall emphasizeAtom, 58:Intelligence, therefore, is the capacity to think or choose, to select, and to discriminate. It is,Atom, 113:results in mind control, and the ability to think clearly and to think only that which we wish toAtom, 113:control, and the ability to think clearly and to think only that which we wish to think, mustAtom, 113:clearly and to think only that which we wish to think, must precede true meditation, which is aAtom, 116:Every time [116] our horizon widens, and we think and see more broadly, it is an initiation, andAtom, 127:vibration. I [127] have heard it said, and I think it is very true, that if the Christ were to comeAtom, 129:It is good to remember that the more we think along such definitely altruistic lines, the more weAtom, 129:we have the peculiar type of brain that can think somewhat abstractly. There is the stage in whichAtom, 131:when man becomes radioactive and can work and think in group terms, will it be safe or wise for himAtom, 134:look, too, for the development of the power to think abstractly, and for the awakening of theAtom, 135:A few are also beginning to develop the power to think in abstract terms. When this is the case weAtom, 151:system. This question of atomic life, if we think it out, is vastly interesting, and leads us intoAtom, 157:us to do within ourselves; our ability to think in wider and larger terms is increased; [158] weAutobiography, 9:though many of my possible readers might think it all quite wonderful in comparison with the earlyAutobiography, 16:must have apparently participated but I like to think of the whole [17] symbol as typifying theAutobiography, 25:in spite of the austerity of the family faith, I think it is a good habit. There sat the head ofAutobiography, 26:such an attitude was incorrect; what will people think or say? You will be talked about if you doAutobiography, 27:that man or woman; nice people do not speak or think like that; you must not yawn or sneeze inAutobiography, 31:sense of values. It made me furiously [31] to think, which was good for my soul. For the first timeAutobiography, 31:the first time I was ever on my own. I do not think I was a great success at school; I was good atAutobiography, 32:and not the citified suburb it has now become. I think that it was in this period I acquired myAutobiography, 33:ascertaining whether they were "saved" or not. I think the only thing that saved me from completeAutobiography, 43:good stage setting and wide personal contacts. I think it was a very real relief to our uncles andAutobiography, 43:for those who did not, though I tried not to think too much about them after doing what I could toAutobiography, 47:grandparents? It does not seem reasonable, and I think has led to a lot of trouble. It is a happyAutobiography, 47:so particularly because they are my children. I think once the need for the physical care of smallAutobiography, 49:of the need of patience are those who think they know and who have all the answers. That was myAutobiography, 55:finish it for you and that will give you time to think what you want to say next." But I hadAutobiography, 57:and that is quite often. These lecturers who think it lowers their prestige to admit lack ofAutobiography, 65:the theatre, and I know you will hate me and I think I had better go and find another table." AAutobiography, 70:the years and taking it by and large, I do not think I really did so badly. I was at first almostAutobiography, 82:general conduct I also heard about it. I do not think that many people in America realize orAutobiography, 85:knew there were a lot of nice people who did not think as I did and hitherto I had only been sorryAutobiography, 86:worried and began to sleep badly. I could not think clearly and did not dare ask anyone about it.Autobiography, 88:I was so sick and ill I found it impossible to think clearly. How I do detest having to talk aboutAutobiography, 92:not like the price we paid - and pay we did. I think it is about time that the silly idiots whoAutobiography, 95:Theo and was then lovingly tucked into bed. I think I gained a certain sense of proportion and alsoAutobiography, 97:me to leave the matter to her, that she would think over and pray over what I should do. She toldAutobiography, 100:is rather terrible. When I say "humor" I don't think I mean a sense of fun but an ability to laughAutobiography, 100:relation to one's setting and equipment. I don't think I have a real sense of fun; I simply do notAutobiography, 104:well for himself. In justice to Walter Evans, I think that I should say that after we had separatedAutobiography, 104:success of our marriage, but it was a failure. I think I would have died of misery and despair hadAutobiography, 106:the minorities. I have many Negro friends and I think I may claim that we understand each other. IAutobiography, 110:one for whom I had done nothing. Please do not think I am implying that there was something soAutobiography, 112:it was the one bright spot in the week, partly I think because it linked me with the past. Autobiography, 112:He was a very good preacher. I honestly do not think I was too much to blame. I still ran my lifeAutobiography, 118:send in an order I shall have to send up what I think you need and you wouldn't like that, wouldAutobiography, 128:I met with much kindness in this department. I think everybody saw that I was scared, for one dayAutobiography, 134:Except for the Theosophists present I do not think anyone in the room knew what he was talkingAutobiography, 135:so I never am. A third reason is one which I think could be very helpful to many people. There wasAutobiography, 137:them to remember I was [137] always there, and I think they have remembered, or they will after IAutobiography, 142:of the trouble. The mass of the people do not think and the orthodox theologian, no matter what heAutobiography, 145:and I naturally replied, "Of course. In fact, I think I am one myself." He next asked me if I hadAutobiography, 146:a bit proud. I have a reputation of pride but I think it is largely due to posture. I walk veryAutobiography, 147:a sprig of holly under your chin. I do not think I am a selfish person and I'm not greatly given toAutobiography, 147:not greatly given to thinking of my health and I think I can truthfully say I'm not full of selfAutobiography, 147:afraid of having faults, afraid of what people think of me, and afraid of the dark, and afraid ofAutobiography, 151:my fears for what they are and pass on. I think people have to learn a much more patient acceptanceAutobiography, 151:their emphasis is wrong. They lead the public to think that material well-being and prosperity is aAutobiography, 161:themselves and prove their own best defense. I think my reasons are twofold. I want first of all toAutobiography, 163:rarest cases (and, unfortunately, most people think their case is the rare exception) is veryAutobiography, 176:the question, "Is there any way which you can think, by which you can be of service to me?" Here weAutobiography, 177:gossip. One of the things I have attempted and I think successfully to do is to rescue occultismAutobiography, 180:profit from some of her experiences. I do not think she enjoyed the other ladies but she felt sheAutobiography, 181:How he ever managed I do not know and I think this is a good place in which to point out what aAutobiography, 181:and their indebtedness to him is very great. I think they are devoted to him and well they shouldAutobiography, 182:want said and portray yourself to them as they think you should be. I shall never forget telling anAutobiography, 183:that makes me tired are the nincompoops who think they are in touch with the Masters and who talkAutobiography, 183:and sympathy with my problem of publicity, and I think that inclined him to make Cancer my risingAutobiography, 184:their problems. Looking back I don't honestly think that my children had a great deal of cause forAutobiography, 193:support and wisdom of my husband. I shudder to think of the mistakes I would have made, the errors
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