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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - TIME
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Atom, 112:as it is possible for him to meditate at this time. I say this for our encouragement, because weAtom, 113:of the group. He will no longer give his time to the culture of his own identity, but will seek toAtom, 115:point of view in connection with it. Every time that we become more aware of our environment, andAtom, 115:it is an initiation on a tiny scale. Every time [116] our horizon widens, and we think and see moreAtom, 128:love working through intelligent activity. The time is coming, however, when we shall have expandedAtom, 129:There is the stage in which we can transcend time and space, when the consciousness of the group inAtom, 129:psychometrise. It is all very well to spend some time visioning this distant goal, and picturingAtom, 131:can be discovered or utilized before the right time. Only as man becomes unselfish will thisAtom, 133:far forward it will be possible for us to go as time progresses? Again, the whole trend ofAtom, 133:than was the case fifty years ago; but the time is rapidly approaching when the great fundamentalAtom, 137:by our desires, and by our thoughts. But the time is coming when we shall consciously control ourAtom, 137:consciously control our threefold lower nature. Time will then not exist for us at all. We shallAtom, 139:holds a promise for each and all. There is not time to deal with the other powers, nor can IAtom, 139:are others. All that really concerns us at this time is that we should consciously take ourselvesAtom, 145:ideal, and a dream which may, at some distant time, materialize. Group consciousness, again, willAtom, 146:one and the same great life, but have lost much time in endeavoring to prove each other wrong, andAtom, 146:evolution proceeds, it becomes apparent that in time the atom begins to react to a greater lifeAtom, 149:and [149] a larger purpose. At the same time they do not lose their self-consciousness, nor theirAtom, 149:for a change in world conditions, and for that time to arrive, of which St. Paul speaks when heAtom, 155:towards them, and making him, in due course of time, radioactive. In the Eastern books they sayAtom, 158:"I reckon that the sufferings of the present time are not worthy to be compared with the [159]Autobiographysignificant in relation to world events at that time. The first typed manuscript was rewritten inAutobiography, X:world have been so kind to me." For a long, long time she had wanted to go and had been held onlyAutobiography, X:types of destructive forces so rampant in this time of world turmoil and how amazingly sheAutobiography, 1:lesson I had to learn and it took me a long time. It takes all fundamentalists much time to learnAutobiography, 1:a long time. It takes all fundamentalists much time to learn that God is love. They assert it butAutobiography, 6:what most people regarded as the worst possible time. There has always been so much to do, so manyAutobiography, 7:down the ages have known all these things. The time has now come when the masses of men everywhereAutobiography, 8:but I always did my best as I saw it at the time. I worked. I made mistakes. I agonized and IAutobiography, 8:I agonized and I rejoiced. I had a grand time living and I am not going to have a bad time dying!Autobiography, 8:time living and I am not going to have a bad time dying! [9] Autobiography, 9:Many people say that childhood is the happiest time of a person's life. I do not for one minuteAutobiography, 9:all material anxiety but they were, at the same time, years of miserable questioning, ofAutobiography, 10:platitudes - as usually dished out - help in a time of crisis. What lay for her around the cornerAutobiography, 12:is seldom recognized. I cannot remember the time when I was not thinking, and puzzling and askingAutobiography, 12:it was something which I could use. Up to that time, I had been a bundle of emotions and feelings;Autobiography, 12:money; I did and went as I chose. But from that time on I knew the depths of poverty. I lived onceAutobiography, 13:to eat. As a girl, I visited for weeks at a time in many great houses; yet I have worked as aAutobiography, 13:of Russia. I have never lived for any length of time in one place, for the Gemini person is alwaysAutobiography, 15:of the Church of England and was at one time Dean of Cape Colony. His mother was the guardian,Autobiography, 15:was one of her six boys with whom we spent much time as children. Her husband, my Uncle Clare, aAutobiography, 20:was born. I have only two vital memories of that time. One was managing to get into serious troubleAutobiography, 21:I decided to postpone the happy day. The last time, I tried to drown myself in a river in Scotland.Autobiography, 21:governed by the heart and by feeling. At that time I did not like the "feel" of life. I did notAutobiography, 22:of myself. I was [22] preoccupied all the time with my reaction to people and circumstances. I wasAutobiography, 22:Way," which leads to revelation. Perhaps the time will come when our adolescent boys and girls willAutobiography, 23:of the mystical phase in my life which - in time - gave place to the occult phase, with its greaterAutobiography, 23:Park, Surrey. My father's health was by that time seriously impaired. Living in England did notAutobiography, 23:Living in England did not help him and a short time before his death we children were moved withAutobiography, 23:in the Pyrenees. I was eight years old by that time and my sister was six. The disease was,Autobiography, 24:not particularly old, having been built in the time of Queen Anne by Sir William Temple. He it wasAutobiography, 24:of the period. And then another scene, this time not imaginary; I saw my grandfather's coffin inAutobiography, 26:to do till 8 p.m., bedtime. There was never any time in those Victorian days to do anything whichAutobiography, 26:forced to recognize what a perfectly wonderful time they have had compared to the girls of myAutobiography, 26:by people or by the social conventions of the time. I could not do this; I could not do that; suchAutobiography, 27:in my recollection. From the earliest possible time we were taught to care about the poor and theAutobiography, 27:responsibility. Several times a week when it was time to go for a walk we had to go to theAutobiography, 27:in London. My major recollection of that time is driving round and round the park with her in aAutobiography, 28:but until her death, my sister and I spent much time with her. She was then a very old lady butAutobiography, 28:in her day, as a portrait of her, painted at the time of her marriage early in the 19th century,Autobiography, 28:early in the 19th century, proves. The second time I came to the States after taking my eldestAutobiography, 28:far away from all of them after that. From the time of leaving London (when I was around thirteen)Autobiography, 28:those days and very real culture. There was time to read and hours for interesting conversation. InAutobiography, 29:and was one of the few people in my life at that time who I felt truly loved me and believed in me.Autobiography, 29:Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I Three people at that time gave me this feeling of confidence. One ofAutobiography, 29:was one of the men - a young lieutenant at the time - who led the "Charge of the Light Brigade" atAutobiography, 29:felt the gold clasps which the surgery of that time had inserted in his skull. Anyway, he alwaysAutobiography, 29:just the same. Two things interested her at that time. She asked my husband whether I stillAutobiography, 31:think, which was good for my soul. For the first time I began to differentiate between theAutobiography, 31:of France with a governess. It was the first time we had ever been separated and the first time IAutobiography, 31:time we had ever been separated and the first time I was ever on my own. I do not think I was aAutobiography, 32:mechanism. We rode everywhere and had a good time. We explored the district which was then pureAutobiography, 32:left alone whilst doing so. We had an exciting time. We started with a riot and me in tears, butAutobiography, 33:in the marriage market. I was, at that time, deeply religious but had to go to dances as I did notAutobiography, 35:of the Masters of the Wisdom came to me. At the time of that happening and for many years after, IAutobiography, 35:at Castramont, in Kirkcudbrightshire, at the time and the atmosphere was exactly right. It was aAutobiography, 36:countries, "doing your Master's work all the time." Those words have rung in my ears ever since. HeAutobiography, 36:I felt that I was like Joan of Arc (at that time my heroine) and that, like her, I was seeingAutobiography, 37:so cross and to control my tongue and for some time became so objectionably good that my family gotAutobiography, 38:They train. Another happening about the same time carried conviction to me of another world ofAutobiography, 38:world of events. It is something which - at the time it occurred - I could not have imagined,Autobiography, 38:it a dream because I could not imagine at that time what else it could possibly be. Now I know thatAutobiography, 38:in something that really took place. At the time of this dual occurrence this knowledge lay outsideAutobiography, 39:out, actually takes place every year at the time of the "Full Moon of May." It is the full moon ofAutobiography, 40:I had a sense of recognition. I knew at the same time that in no way was our Christ belittled. IAutobiography, 40:eternally dedicated. I realized for the first time, though in a dim and uncertain manner, the unityAutobiography, 40:I was left bewildered, because to me (at that time) the heathen were still heathen and I was aAutobiography, 41:(or was the first subjective?) because it is time that people of standing and who are recognized asAutobiography, 41:witness of many others down the ages. All this time, I was given to good works. I was an ardentAutobiography, 41:because my aunt was the president. I spent much time visiting at large house parties where I wasAutobiography, 41:so pertinacious and earnest was I. At the same time, the mystical trend of my life was steadilyAutobiography, 42:of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I Yet all the time, something within me, inchoate and indefinable, wasAutobiography, 42:not formulate all this clearly to myself at this time; I myself was saved and happy to be saved. IAutobiography, 43:she had a brilliant career. As for me, at the time I did not know exactly what to do. I had anAutobiography, 43:disillusionment as life went on and - at this time - I seemed subject to a most curiousAutobiography, 44:this morning; the dog-cart will be around in time to take you to the station and your maid alreadyAutobiography, 46:It had lasted for 22 years, and was the only time in my entire life when I formed part of a familyAutobiography, 46:the security that this entailed. I had a good time; I had met many people; I had traveled a lot. IAutobiography, 46:as in those days I needed no money. But the time had now come when I felt the need to make myselfAutobiography, 46:with the British army. Looking back to the time when I was working as an evangelist among British
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