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

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Statement:and with Their work. In all the above, I have told you much; yet at the same time I have told youStatement:have told you much; yet at the same time I have told you nothing which would lead you to offer meAstrology, 23:field of occultism as the Hierarchy has always told men. It might be stated that the disciple hasAstrology, 36:can be seen by referring to the chart. We are told in A Treatise on Cosmic Fire that in the ninth,Astrology, 38:which is the fifth in order, and which we are told is in [39] process of achieving finalAstrology, 39:is closely allied with the Great Bear. We are told that They entered through the second ventricleAstrology, 39:within the Sacred Heart, and are (as we are told in The Secret Doctrine) the prototypes of theAstrology, 85:down into forces and are literally sixteen all told - from the angle of manifestation, I wouldAstrology, 99:the esoteric planet refers unless you have been told. Hence my above reference to Uranus. InAstrology, 100:Mercury and the Sun are one, we are frequently told in the occult literature. The Sun is the symbolAstrology, 105:at the end of the greater world cycle. We are told that the incarnating Minds, human beings, theAstrology, 142:others becomes world service. Aquarius, we are told, governs the blood system and its circulation.Astrology, 191:Effects of the Zodiacal Constellations We are told that Sagittarius governs the thighs, which areAstrology, 195:of this first ray energy and are, as I have told you, esoteric planets. The first indication of theAstrology, 280:are useless and in fact do not exist. As I have told you, Virgo is regarded by the esotericAstrology, 296:The awareness of God. Unity. As you have been told, the Sun veils certain hidden planets, and inAstrology, 313:the third initiation - as you have oft been told - there is little to be known or said about thatAstrology, 343:personality is also clearly given when we are told that the Word proclaimed by the soul as it takesAstrology, 346:worldwide institution was - as I have earlier told you - organized under the influence and impulseAstrology, 349:to bear in mind at this point what I have often told you, that the great White Lodge on [350]Astrology, 360:the Path of Discipleship as I have frequently told you and Scorpio rules that path; Gemini governsAstrology, 400:not at this time the intention to deal. It is told by the various women who figure in the differentAstrology, 416:is related to the Hierarchy. You have been told that the great White Lodge on Sirius finds itsAstrology, 421:into two groups: The ray energies which we are told emanate from the Great Bear in seven greatAstrology, 440:vibration of the Hierarchy. I have earlier told you that this Leo force from Shamballa is findingAstrology, 448:factor in the last decanate. This I have already told you when we were studying that sign. Upon theAstrology, 448:be remembered. Venus was the planet which we are told was responsible for the appearance of theAstrology, 449:of three sets of triangles - making nine all told - with their interlocking analogies and lesserAstrology, 454:to the ajna center in individual man. Earlier I told you that the fifth Ray of Concrete KnowledgeAstrology, 504:no faintest conception. Forget not, that I have told you elsewhere that there are divine aspectsAstrology, 514:convey the destiny of the [514] disciple. As I told you, the disciple will later be responding toAstrology, 522:The keynote of this force is "I serve," as I told you earlier in this treatise (see the last pageAstrology, 542:Capricorn is related, as you have been told, to initiation; [543] it is also the sign of the comingAstrology, 562:into a "radiant point of power." You have been told that in connection with the Mutable Cross atAstrology, 570:of humanity as a whole, and - as I have oft told you - it is this process of invocation which isAstrology, 682:the life of a human being. At seven years we are told the Ego "takes hold," and again atAtom, 46:as the electron [46] to the atom. We have been told by astronomers that our entire system isAtom, 82:the triplicity perfected in man. We have been told that man is made in the image of God, and weAtom, 90:with which we are concerning ourselves? We are told in some of the old Eastern Scriptures, that theAtom, 93:man begins anew A tendency to God. Prognostics told Man's near approach; so in man's self ariseAtom, 154:us again illustrate this. Our body, we have been told, is made up of a multiplicity of littleAutobiography, 29:third person was this governess of whom I have told you. I had always kept in touch with her andAutobiography, 29:in Christ and seemed greatly reassured when he told her I most certainly did. The other thing sheAutobiography, 30:At the end of three days I went to her and told her what I had done, only to discover that she wasAutobiography, 31:But she refused to leave us, feeling (as she told me later when I was older) that I personallyAutobiography, 35:he was doing there. Then he started to talk. He told me there was some work that it was plannedAutobiography, 37:found also in the fact that everything that He told me came true (after I had tried hard to meetAutobiography, 42:questioned God: he simply accepted what he was told was God's dictum and that was that. This was myAutobiography, 43:ignorance of the facts of life. I had been told absolutely nothing about living processes and thisAutobiography, 44:off my bedroom and when I expressed surprise she told me that she did not intend to leave me alone,Autobiography, 44:room and when we were alone he said: "I have told your hostess that you are leaving on the 10:30Autobiography, 52:into all the many languages. I have been told that when The New Testament was being translated intoAutobiography, 64:and to set the stage for the work which He had told me years before that I could do for Him. I doAutobiography, 68:On the way to Meerut from Bombay he had told me bluntly, one night at dinner, that I was not a bitAutobiography, 74:did not seem to bother us. There we made tea and told silly stories; we asked riddles and neverAutobiography, 80:to India. I have spent many days and months, all told, on the ocean. I have lost count of how manyAutobiography, 81:If she did not like the way I was behaving, she told me so. If reports reached her in the kitchenAutobiography, 89:the room and listened to what He had to say. He told me not to be unduly troubled; that I had beenAutobiography, 89:and was doing what He wanted me to do. He told me that things were planned and that the life workAutobiography, 90:the season and when the monsoons were over she told me that the Home was going to be closed in aAutobiography, 90:to leave Ranikhet, I sent for Walter Evans and told him the whole thing was impossible, that IAutobiography, 93:I arrived at Delhi, the station master came and told me that a private coach had been sent up forAutobiography, 94:work. She felt I could carry on because, as she told me, she liked my sense of humor, sheAutobiography, 94:knew I was essentially truthful. In fact, she told me once, walking up a country lane in Ireland,Autobiography, 95:myself. She sent me to bed that night and told me that she would see me the next morning. AfterAutobiography, 95:see me the next morning. After breakfast she told me that she saw no real reason why, if I wantedAutobiography, 95:in action." She loved me and petted me and told me not to worry. I was too tired to care much inAutobiography, 97:but she knew life and she loved people. I told her the story of Walter Evans, about the Major inAutobiography, 97:and laughing. We talked for two hours and she told me to leave the matter to her, that she wouldAutobiography, 97:think over and pray over what I should do. She told me she would do what she rightly could toAutobiography, 99:He then sent me to bed for six months and told me to sew all the time. So I went up to CastramontAutobiography, 105:off to a professor and his wife whom I knew and told them about it. They immediately came back withAutobiography, 115:it why it was being done so constantly, he told me that a group of men had decided that I ought toAutobiography, 117:[117] with the baby. The doctors at the hospital told me that she could not possibly live, andAutobiography, 122:of wisdom for him to stop knocking me about. I told him that any time I could get a divorce fromAutobiography, 124:I remember correctly, I saw the Bishop again and told him that Walter had behaved himself. TheAutobiography, 127:that piece of ground has not been built over, I told God that I was quite desperate, that I wouldAutobiography, 127:would only release me to a more useful life. I told Him that I had exhausted the resources of doingAutobiography, 128:the happiest and richest part of my life. As I told my daughter years later, "We never know whatAutobiography, 129:you are. My wife's sister comes from R - and she told me about you. If you need a man to stick upAutobiography, 131:problem, and when she next came in to see me I told her about it, perhaps rashly for I have neverAutobiography, 133:is something to numerology, for God, we are told, works through numbers and form, but I have neverAutobiography, 134:wandered all over the world of thought. He told the audience that each of them had a causal bodyAutobiography, 135:sleep. When I was quite a young girl a doctor told me (and he knew me very well) that I neverAutobiography, 136:1930, when they were all practically grown up, I told them that I was there as consultant and asAutobiography, 137:Wright, who was H. P. Blavatsky's secretary, told me himself that in writing this monumental workAutobiography, 140:in a great family of brothers, as St. Paul has told us, and a guarantee to us of our own divinity.Autobiography, 155:and asked for the name of this Master. They told me that it was the Master K.H. and then I made aAutobiography, 162:and a great deal of bloodthirstiness. We are told that great musicians hear their symphonies andAutobiography, 164:probably comes from my subconscious. I have been told that Jung takes the position that the TibetanAutobiography, 165:Mr. Carpenter made inquiries and was told that the lama was the abbot of a monastery across theAutobiography, 165:especially to speak to Mr. Carpenter. The abbot told him that he was interested in the work that weAutobiography, 165:dead but was a great and good man. Mr. Carpenter told him of his experience with this lama and toldAutobiography, 165:told him of his experience with this lama and told him that he was the abbot of a certain [166]Autobiography, 166:and absolutely refused, to do any more work. I told the Tibetan that the three little girls hadAutobiography, 166:take the chance. He accepted my decision but told me to try and get in touch with my Master, K.H.,Autobiography, 166:of doing a really valuable piece of work. He told me that it was He, Himself, Who had suggestedAutobiography, 166:I therefore complied with the wish of K.H. and told the Tibetan that I would work with Him. I haveAutobiography, 167:to B. P. Wadia. He got very excited and told me that he would publish anything that "came from thatAutobiography, 173:convinced of the rightness of our position and told us so. Others, who came over to the Convention
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