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Atom, 45:old occult injunction which said to a man "Know thyself, for in thyself is to be found all thatAtom, 45:which said to a man "Know thyself, for in thyself is to be found all that there is to be known," isBethlehem, 30:Love of God, encircling all the earth, Then know thyself initiate in the Mysteries The wise menBethlehem, 123:saith unto him, If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself down; for it is written, He shall give HisBethlehem, 123:advantage of the Fatherhood of God, and cast thyself down. This temptation is different from theDiscipleship1, 537:strength to those who work for others, and work thyself. [538] Write then an article for your ownDiscipleship1, 675:challenge comes: "Prove thine own worth. Take to thyself the orange ball of thy one-pointedDiscipleship2, 37:God keep you. God bless you. Enter within thyself. Love thy brother. Stand in light. Om Tat Sat.Externalisation, 164:Phrase 2. - 1st Aspect Love thy neighbor as thyself - The Men of Goodwill. Phrase 3. - 3rd AspectFire, 1237:to all the Pilgrims upon the Path of Life: "Know thyself" is the first great injunction and long isHealing, 425:the Father to the son: Go forth and take unto thyself that which is not thyself, and that whichHealing, 425:Go forth and take unto thyself that which is not thyself, and that which [426] is not thine own,Healing, 426:the cause of its appearance. Let it appear to be thyself. Discover thus the world of glamor, theHealing, 426:Obey that voice. It is the voice of that within thyself which hears My voice, a voice unheard byHealing, 459:They may be briefly summarized as follows: Know thyself to be the undying One. Control thy mind,Healing, 459:is no death, no distress, no separation. Detach thyself therefore from the form side and come toHealing, 709:to man himself and to the aphorism: "Man, know thyself." Hercules, 5:the ages the word has sounded forth: Man, know thyself. This knowledge is the outstandingHercules, 55:heads protects the maidens and the tree. Guard thyself well from strength too great for thee, fromHercules, 209:down the centuries the cry has gone forth: "Know thyself". This knowledge is the outstandingIntellect, 136:greater than himself. 'Remain steadfastly in thyself until thou art drawn out of thyself withoutIntellect, 136:in thyself until thou art drawn out of thyself without any act of thine'." - Bennett, Charles A., AMagic, 18:himself, and the Delphic injunction "Man, know thyself" was an inspired utterance, intended to giveMagic, 308:They may be briefly summarized as follows: Know thyself to be the undying One. Control thy mind,Magic, 308:is no death, no distress, no separation. Detach thyself therefore from the form side and come toMagic, 320:he needs to loose his chains. Yet loose them not thyself. Thine is the work to speak withMagic, 320:mind and blend with his. Yet keep detached thyself, for none have the right to sway a brother'sMagic, 412:who work under the Delphic injunction "Man, know thyself", and the financiers who are theMagic, 468:challenge comes: "Prove thine own worth. Take to thyself the orange ball of thy one-pointedMagic, 475:Speak of the soul; enlarge upon the plan; forget thyself in building for the world. Thus is the lawMeditation, 93:I would say with all conciseness: Know thyself. Proceed slowly and with caution. Study effects.Meditation, 310:in the thorough comprehension of the axiom "Know thyself" will come that understanding that enablesPatanjali, 288:not the fierce sun dry one tear of pain before thyself hast wiped it from the sufferer's eye. ButPatanjali, 424:fortune, gain and loss, victory and defeat, gird thyself for the fight." (Gita II, 31, 32, 37, 38.)Psychology1, 65:of time. Stand not alone, but with the many join thyself. Thou art the One, the Isolated. ComePsychology1, 66:as radiant love. Quality - radiance. Draw to thyself the object of thy search. Pull forth into thePsychology1, 348:that which exists on a larger scale. "Man, know thyself" is a potent key to the knowledge of DeityPsychology1, 404:he has fulfiled the Delphic injunction: "Know thyself," and can consequently take Initiation. EveryPsychology2, 169:of beauty, but this time for the world and not thyself.' The Mixer started then his work anew andPsychology2, 355:The word goes forth from soul to form: 'Release thyself from all that stands around, for it hasRays, 288:The aspirant is told first of all to "know thyself"; he is then told to know the relation of formRays, 302:but myself, O Master of my life. Look closer at thyself and speak again. What seest thou? A pointRays, 709:places where the value of the injunction, "Know thyself" can be seen. The nature of the soul ray at
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