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

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Bethlehem, 7:the Incarnation is intended to teach. Evelyn Underhill points out in her most valuable book,Intellect, 91:we begin To speak one with another." Evelyn Underhill We have studied briefly the objectives whichIntellect, 132:unswervingly upon any chosen subject. Evelyn Underhill defines this faculty as follows: "The act ofIntellect, 132:the necessary prelude of pure contemplation." - Underhill, Evelyn, Mysticism, page 58. Intellect, 141:Contemplation has been also defined by Evelyn Underhill in her most useful book, Mysticism, as theIntellect, 143:close this chapter with some words of Evelyn Underhill: "The full spiritual consciousness of theIntellect, 144:the ultimo sigillo of the great mystic..." - Underhill, Evelyn, Mysticism, pages 42-43. The resultsIntellect, 155:to confound illumination with feeling. Evelyn Underhill, for instance, says "...The illuminatedIntellect, 155:"It is," she says, "a state of happiness." - Underhill, Evelyn, Mysticism, page 206. TheIntellect, 161:inventions, come under this category. Evelyn Underhill speaks of this in the following terms:Intellect, 162:enormous exaltation of his intuitive powers." - Underhill, Evelyn, Mysticism, page 311. Intellect, 167:Seven - Intuition and Illumination Evelyn Underhill quotes Father Malaval as follows: [168] "TheIntellect, 168:in these raptures to communicate high things." - Underhill, Evelyn, Mysticism, page 431. The sameIntellect, 168:that everything else is blotted out." - Underhill, Evelyne, Mysticism, page 434. It will be notedMagic, 515:you of the definition given in a book by Evelyn Underhill which describes contemplation as "an
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