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

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Autobiography, 51:the heart searching pains to which all honest translators of books are subjected and of how theyAutobiography, 52:of the theological thinking of many monks and translators. Hence the endless disputes byPatanjali, 38:point. The idea has been expressed by some translators as the condition in which the aspirantPatanjali, 58:the Sanskrit. Only Vivekananda, among the many translators, gives this interpretation, putting itPatanjali, 58:upon its meaning (is the Way)." The other translators omit the final three words, though thePatanjali, 65:a certain amount of mental development. Some translators call this 'doubt.' This wrong questioningPatanjali, 252:terms used here by various commentators and translators and it might be of interest to considerPatanjali, 340:light." The great difficulties under which all translators labor is apparent from this and hencePatanjali, 349:in the image of God." Two words are used by translators to convey this idea of compact coheringPsychology1, 246:initiation, Mercury and Saturn act as the great translators, and bring the disciple to the door of
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