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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - THIRST
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Astrology, 566:of Himself as the "water of life," assuaging the thirst of humanity. Thus, through the use of theAtom, 93:and wrong, which fade Before the unmeasured thirst for good: while peace Rises within them everBethlehem, 40:and wrong, which fade Before the unmeasured thirst for good: while peace Rises within them everBethlehem, 125:as Sex or as the sense of Beauty - as hunger or thirst," (The Divinity in Man, by J. W. Graham, p.Bethlehem, 214:forsaken me?" (St. Matt., XXVII, 46.) [214] "I thirst." (St. John, XIX, 28.) "It is finished." (St.Bethlehem, 222:a different quality altogether. In the words, "I thirst," He expressed the motivating power ofBethlehem, 222:meaning, and must have reference to that divine thirst which sweeps through the consciousness ofBethlehem, 222:found their way back to the Father's home. This thirst for the souls of men forced Christ to openBethlehem, 223:life and purpose stand revealed. It is this thirst which we share with the Savior, and the worldFire, 653:and wrong, which fade Before the unmeasured thirst for good; while peace Rises within them everHercules, 121:for the body and bread for those who hunger and thirst after righteousness. All this as part of thePatanjali, 29:Master on the part of one who has rid himself of thirst for either seen or revealed objects." "ThePatanjali, 29:"The mind stuff (chitta) - if it be rid of thirst for objects that are seen, such as women, or foodPatanjali, 29:or food or drink or power, if it be rid of thirst for the object revealed (in the Vedas) such asPatanjali, 46:Because the water is intended to slake the thirst of the masses, they must hasten their progressPatanjali, 234:the throat center, the cessation of hunger and thirst will ensue. 31. By fixing the attention uponPatanjali, 310:the throat center, the cessation of hunger and thirst will ensue. By fixing the attention upon thePatanjali, 310:the yogi can arrest the pangs of hunger and of thirst and thus [311] do without food indefinitely,Patanjali, 311:thought, sound and the spoken Word. Hunger and thirst are the two aspects of desire, the one,Patanjali, 311:positive, masculine and grasping; the other, thirst, being negative, feminine and receptive. ThosePatanjali, 312:be carried upward to the throat, and hunger and thirst are arrested in the esoteric sense. ItPatanjali, 419:offer to the thirsty ones who, groping, cry of thirst. That which hath slain and veiled the RealRays, 63:naught was left but bones and dust and a deep thirst which naught in sight could satisfy." Yet toSoul, 153:and wrong, which fade Before the unmeasured thirst for good; while peace Rises within them ever
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