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Autobiography, 206:I could easily get out an audience of 1000. In time, however, we decided that a lot of these peopleAutobiography, 206:really benefited from anything they heard. The time, therefore, came when we decided to chargeAutobiography, 206:spiritual way together. I gave her all the spare time I could and was constantly at her home. TheAutobiography, 209:and royalties gathered in New York at that time. Presently we all got to our feet when the GrandAutobiography, 211:you, Foster and me." This was, I think, the last time I saw him. He left shortly after that for theAutobiography, 213:in every form. It establishes a unity both in time and space. It motivates and implements the PlanAutobiography, 214:year of what I call normal living. From that time on I became absorbed in work both in Europe andAutobiography, 215:would have been possible [215] had I not at one time made a very close study of The SecretAutobiography, 215:of my daughters, I know now what a difficult time adolescence is. I had a much worse time than myAutobiography, 215:time adolescence is. I had a much worse time than my girls did because nobody told me anything.Autobiography, 215:told me anything. They had a difficult enough time but God knows I had worse. I had to stand by andAutobiography, 215:unnecessary but which were bad enough at the time. I had to submit to their youthful belief that IAutobiography, 215:and the majority of them spoke English. At this time we had none of our work in foreign languagesAutobiography, 217:in Stamford, Connecticut, and spent a little time with us there, talking over many things, layingAutobiography, 218:what was right. My friend, Alice Ortiz, at this time came to me with a proposition which had aAutobiography, 221:We went to the Hotel Des Flandes and had a good time the few days we were in Antwerp. The checkedAutobiography, 223:Bailey - Chapter VI The district had been at one time the center of the Black Mass in CentralAutobiography, 224:spiritual language. It was there for the first time that we met Dr. Robert Assagioli, who had beenAutobiography, 224:happy factors in our lives. He was at one time a leading brain specialist in Rome and when we firstAutobiography, 225:European trip. Dr. Assagioli is a Jew. At the time we met him at Ascona and later visited him inAutobiography, 226:given to me by her husband and I wear it all the time and always think of her with the deepest loveAutobiography, 226:Arthur Leahy. Both Arthur and Terence are at the time of this writing Colonels on active [227]Autobiography, 228:was restored. I heard no more for some time and then I got a letter from a member of the groupAutobiography, 230:Hierarchical purpose that I want to deal at this time. In 1932 when we were at Ascona I received aAutobiography, 232:Aquarius. This is an astronomical fact at this time and has nothing to do with astrology. TheAutobiography, 233:His dispensation and into which we are at this time entering. Leonardo da Vinci's great picture ofAutobiography, 237:to the occidental student, whilst at the same time it makes practical the sometimes vague,Autobiography, 238:bearing upon the new world religion. The time must come when the work of the great Master in theAutobiography, 239:the unseen. This they did in order to give man time to develop free will, to become an adult usingAutobiography, 240:me and some of whom were not. This is the first time in the history of the Hierarchy, as far as weAutobiography, 249:to them the many points of view and at the same time communicate to them the deepest esotericAutobiography, 250:School, but feel perfectly free to give their time, loyalty and service to their own groups. TheAutobiography, 251:great group constitutes the world Savior at this time and will salvage the world and inaugurate theAutobiography, 253:for criticism and attack. She knows however that time adjusts all things and that work done, ifAutobiography, 253:life and the new approaches to truth. All this time I have stood behind the scenes. The books andAutobiography, 256:in the many theosophical movements (since the time of H.P.B.) are not distinguished by intelligenceAutobiography, 259:Mrs. Bailey gets in touch with the Tibetan when time is available and, should he be free and ableAutobiography, 259:and, should he be free and able to give the time, he communicates with her telepathically. TheAutobiography, 263:been useful as signposts to the future. The time has not been ripe for the manifestation of theAutobiography, 267:say, "I know this Master or that." At the same time, the beginner is given no true idea ofAutobiography, 270:disciple is led forward along the Path until the time comes when he is ready for those greatAutobiography, 270:of service and is conscious of learning all the time, and of the methods whereby he has been taughtAutobiography, 271:as the evidences become apparent. All the time he lives among them as a learner and fellow student,Autobiography, 274:in the second group will be active for a long time, giving elementary instruction and trainingAutobiography, 282:existence for nearly 25 years and had, in that time, serviced over 20,000 people. Its curriculum isAutobiography, 282:degree to another. No teaching is given at any time in the development of the psychic powers;Autobiography, 283:be your main spiritual preoccupation during the time spent in the earlier degrees. You will findAutobiography, 285:affairs; the soul will set its own standard as time goes on, if the student is sincere and earnest.Autobiography, 286:associated with us as students, but at the same time as actively working in other groups. You willAutobiography, 287:training for discipleship is begun. By that time, necessarily, the sifting work of the previousAutobiography, 288:cycle into which humanity is at this time entering and the immediacy of the return of the Christ -Autobiography, 290:vision and objective without losing, at the same time, their individuality and integrity. It is forAutobiography, 290:the Love That underlies the happenings of the time. Let vision come and insight. Let the futureAutobiography, 291:the "things of the Kingdom of God" and has no time to spare for the imposition of himself upon theAutobiography, 296:come to us voluntarily and can leave us at any time. It is not an easy Way. We shall all haveAutobiography, 297:Purposes By Foster Bailey This is an appropriate time for us to consider the relationship of theAutobiography, 298:became available to us. Let us go back to a time prior to the existence of our group in outwardAutobiography, 298:chosen program of her own soul. She was at this time a senior disciple in the ashram of the MasterAutobiography, 299:possible than it otherwise could have been. The time had come for the next expanded teaching to beAutobiography, 299:K.H. whose disciple he had been for a very long time. It seems natural that he should have lookedAutobiography, 299:that we know little about. Also the time had come when in the planned expansion and theAutobiography, 300:It was for this reason that at the appropriate time, before her last physical incarnation, A.A.B.Autobiography, 302:and telepathically in rapport, at the present time, with a great many of her friends and students.Autobiography, 303:again be effectively set into motion. At that time out of the kindness of his heart and for myAutobiography, 303:is necessary for the future work. This, at the time, I found hard to believe, for I was too deeplyAutobiography, 303:than the ordinary finite mind could at that time have possibly reasonably expected. Today our groupBethlehem, 3:to spiritual impression than they are at this time, and the door into the very center of realityBethlehem, 4:Perhaps another reason why humanity at this time believes so little, or questions so unhappily whatBethlehem, 5:race until Christ came in the flesh, at which time the true religion, which already existed, beganBethlehem, 5:wealth of divine knowledge have existed since time immemorial. It is the truth which ChristBethlehem, 6:and have deified the letter whilst all the time the soul [7]of man was crying out for the spirit ofBethlehem, 7:aspects of the Gospel narrative, over the time element, and over the verbal accuracy of the manyBethlehem, 9:to that divine Figure Which dwelt for a time among men, but that it has also a practicalBethlehem, 11:Berdyaev, pp. 88-89. Each great period of time and each world cycle will have - through theBethlehem, 13:to feel that if one had to choose, at this time, one faith, one might choose Christianity, and forBethlehem, 15:therefore, of the Buddha, man can, for the first time, grasp the cause of his eternal discontent,Bethlehem, 15:doctrine of rebirth had tended to negate. Time was long; opportunity would endlessly recur; theBethlehem, 16:the entire human family can stand for the first time before the portal [17] which leads to the PathBethlehem, 18:them divine expressions of reality. At the same time He demonstrated to human beings the perfectionBethlehem, 22:There perfection is for the first time demonstrated, and there the divine possibility of suchBethlehem, 25:as a great experiment. There was perhaps a time, when this process of unfoldment was instituted,Bethlehem, 25:upon earth certain inner processes known at that time only to the few. Then that which was withinBethlehem, 29:out in the life of every disciple at this time, and, for those who have eyes to see, they can beBethlehem, 29:movements seen in so many countries. At the same time, individual disciples are striving anewBethlehem, 29:Service is rapidly becoming the keynote of the time, and one of the incentives in racial endeavor.Bethlehem, 29:is purpose underlying all world affairs at this time, and there is reward at the end of the way.Bethlehem, 30:of reality where Christ and His Disciples of all time (the Church invisible) guide and controlBethlehem, 39:therefore be borne in mind by all of us at this time if we are not to be submerged in the apparentBethlehem, 41:on the matter is being given out at this time, and so wide is the general interest, that a measureBethlehem, 41:it is called by a terminology suited to the time and temperament of the aspirant. Where theBethlehem, 42:though hidden, in every human being. But in due time and season the infant soul makes itsBethlehem, 42:second and third initiations take place. At that time, as many believe, we are initiated throughBethlehem, 43:from gestation until, in "the fullness of time," the Christ Child is born; the soul begins toBethlehem, 45:the new birth into the kingdom, which at this time faces so many, it must be borne in mind that:Bethlehem, 45:It is then that he realizes for the first time in himself the outpouring of the divine Love, andBethlehem, 46:stand the disciples of the world at this time. Here also stands the weary world disciple, humanityBethlehem, 46:a purely external life." (The End of Our Time, by Nicholas Berdyaev, p. 59.) Deep calls unto deep,Bethlehem, 46:The race is only today, for the first time ready to take the great step on to the path ofBethlehem, 47:is to the individual but also, for the first time in history, it is sounded in the ears of theBethlehem, 49:Himself through the forces of nature. As time elapsed, this distant God drew a little nearer to His
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