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Autobiography, X:so kind to me." For a long, long time she had wanted to go and had been held only by her strongAutobiography, 6:and by a knowledge of what her Master wanted done, to undertake certain tasks. A woman who wasAutobiography, 12:of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter I Until 1908 I wanted for nothing; I never thought about money; I didAutobiography, 14:certain teaching which the Hierarchy of Masters wanted to get out to the world during this centuryAutobiography, 30:a shockingly naughty episode in my life. She wanted to know whether I remembered throwing everyAutobiography, 30:child. Not only did I have a temper but I always wanted to know how people ticked and what madeAutobiography, 46:and all that concerned me. I was doing what I wanted to do and I was very successful. I had not aAutobiography, 50:of divine truth. I knew exactly what God wanted and (because of my complete ignorance) I was readyAutobiography, 55:give the feeling that you cared about them and wanted to help. Autobiography, 56:to open the door to one of my fellow workers who wanted to come in and comfort me. But I stuck itAutobiography, 64:monetary restrictions, I bought everything I wanted and had a grand time. I certainly "blew"Autobiography, 67:or twice, but I had made it very clear that I wanted nothing to do with him. Waiting for the trainAutobiography, 68:away with a married man. He had no one left. He wanted nothing from me but a kind word. That I gaveAutobiography, 85:Him and if I really understood God and what He wanted, could He be God at all - because (if I couldAutobiography, 89:had been under observation and was doing what He wanted me to do. He told me that things wereAutobiography, 91:made me. I'm sure that the soul could - if it wanted to waste the time - recover its pastAutobiography, 95:told me that she saw no real reason why, if I wanted to get married, I should not get married,Autobiography, 100:in India and go back to Great Britain when I wanted without a single [101] thought. I really hadAutobiography, 101:trust that Walter Evans could not touch, had he wanted to. "Aunt Alice" sent him the money toAutobiography, 106:who could give me the mental companionship I wanted. No, I have never married." He has since diedAutobiography, 125:know how serious the situation was. The Bishop wanted to write to my people and let them know theAutobiography, 125:person. I could make beautiful lace, but nobody wanted lace and, in any case, I couldn't get theAutobiography, 129:I would make it financially worth while. I wanted money for the children, so I brought my mind toAutobiography, 134:Britain as myself. I had never met them but had wanted to, largely because I was lonely. I wouldAutobiography, 134:or interesting, or to get help. I went because I wanted to meet these two women. I found theAutobiography, 135:very helpful to many people. There was so much I wanted to know and I had to find the time [136]Autobiography, 136:when sewing and mending. This is just because I wanted to and many women could learn to do the sameAutobiography, 142:to me that I could cooperate with the Plan if I wanted to, find those who in other lives had workedAutobiography, 144:me, and I have often agonized over them, and wanted to change things, and hoped they would actAutobiography, 177:and utterly uncertain [177] as to what it was we wanted to do. A move was instituted to have usAutobiography, 184:who could also be expected to block what they wanted to do. I learnt a lot during this short cycleAutobiography, 195:kinds of Rosicrucians and that not one of them wanted to join the T.S. of which he and I wereAutobiography, 198:school and it is being done all the time, but we wanted nothing of that kind. Little by little weAutobiography, 206:us greatly. Those who came did so because they wanted to hear and learn and it was worth whileAutobiography, 209:said Mr. Roumanoff, "the Grand Duke said you wanted to see him." I then told him I had taken noAutobiography, 209:Grand Duke and that I could not imagine what he wanted me for. I told him I had been to the GrandAutobiography, 210:Duke had said that he would like to do what I wanted him to do. This was the beginning of a veryAutobiography, 217:light item and we were not at all sure that we wanted to undertake such an enterprise on suchAutobiography, 219:was the sense of the oneness of humanity that I wanted the girls to get. I think they have a widerAutobiography, 221:leaving us after a few days in Antwerp as she wanted to go down the Rhine with her daughter. SheAutobiography, 224:tell [224] them about it and ask them why they wanted to read it. My experience was that if youAutobiography, 246:attract the attention of the public. Even had I wanted to work in such a way (which no oneDiscipleship1, 178:with due care. This is a thing which I have long wanted to do. It is known to you that your majorDiscipleship1, 345:your work has been amazingly selfless. I wanted you to know that this has been noted by me. YouDiscipleship1, 381:not so much from the angle of where you yourself wanted to serve), you have aided many and gainedDiscipleship1, 612:which are not yours and where you are not wanted. So great has been your glamor that you have evenDiscipleship1, 778:attract the attention of the public. Even had I wanted to work in such a way (which no oneDiscipleship2, 302:to his disciples when he told them that if they wanted to know the doctrine they must carry outDiscipleship2, 304:all analysis and application of occult hints. I wanted you to realize the essential simplicity ofDiscipleship2, 312:with whom all initiates principally work. I wanted to make this clear because students almostDiscipleship2, 483:by the people you met; people [483] have always wanted to get closer to you; they have longed toDiscipleship2, 483:negative, and this at times when you yourself wanted closer rapport. Herein lies your task and yourDiscipleship2, 682:radio language) and I saw your thought, but she wanted to ask me to deal with this matter as itDiscipleship2, 727:and yet all that time the work that I wanted done and the outlines of the work as indicated by me,Externalisation, 120:and to surround himself with that which he wanted. The lines of cleavage between the instinctualHealing, 231:to enrich themselves and to take what they wanted, no matter what the cost to others. This magicalHealing, 265:time of the Egyptians, have neither liked nor wanted them. It has always been the same down theHealing, 299:growth and undue haste. He knew not what He wanted because He wanted all, desired all, attractedHealing, 299:haste. He knew not what He wanted because He wanted all, desired all, attracted all and gave to allIntellect, 66:it may be, the basic idea is demanding what is wanted, and the anticipation factor enters in; alsoIntellect, 187:and death... But he had an indomitable will; he wanted, with the utmost efforts of his will, to getIntellect, 245:I am associated. This they did, not because they wanted to carry their meditation forward, butMeditation, 126:and who see, in cases one and two, their wanted opportunity. Suicides, anxious to undo the deed andProblems, 101:and cruel action. The Jew for ages has not been wanted by his Gentile brother; he has been chasedPsychology1, 250:to the whole. I have touched on this as I wanted you to get a picture of the synthesis of thePsychology1, 297:now have come accidentally into being or are not wanted. Some few, of course, are desired, but evenPsychology2, 556:conscious Indweller) towards appointed ends. I wanted to make these points adequately clear becauseRays, 636:the ancient technique of taking what is wanted (with force of arms, if necessary) from the rightful
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