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Astrology, 16:recognition of the exact moment of birth. One wonders if these conditions of the exact moment andAutobiography, 24:importance seem lost to recollection. [24] One wonders what it is that conditions the memory inAutobiography, 177:written defaming H.P.B. and Mrs. Besant and one wonders what their writers hope to achieve. As farBethlehem, 80:and for which He Himself tells us to work. One wonders sometimes how right it has been for men toBethlehem, 104:Second Initiation - The Baptism in Jordan One wonders about the first man who received the firstBethlehem, 135:upon one of them only, the Crucifixion. One wonders sometimes whether the other tremendousBethlehem, 197:occupied with sin and how to prevent it. One wonders sometimes what the world would have been likeBethlehem, 220:Disciples are apt to forget this, and one wonders for a brief moment, as one listens to Christ thusDiscipleship2, 215:type of thinking has produced all the creative wonders of our modern civilization and it culminatesDiscipleship2, 544:effect it appears to have upon other people. He wonders constantly where the difficulty lies. OftenFire, 842:effect, but when the second petal is opened, the wonders then to be achieved by them in lovingHealing, 323:substances, of drugs and of serums, till one wonders sometimes at the remarkable assimilativeHercules, 117:though he obtained its objective. Again, one wonders why the Amazons made a yearly sortie into theIntellect, 12:The electrical age was inaugurated and the wonders of the scientific achievements of our time areIntellect, 139:contemplation which attains to the vision of the wonders of God, as the human soul enters the realmIntellect, 149:the visionary aspirant to express in words the wonders that he has sensed. Magic, 63:the brilliance and heat of the solar rays, and wonders how long this uneven experience and theMagic, 371:he is sensitive and frequently suffering. He wonders why apparently what the world calls happinessMagic, 625:and bring to birth the new age and its attendant wonders. To do this, there must be courage of theMeditation, 257:that vibrates in tune with those dimly realized wonders, and with those radiant Souls Who callProblems, 141:hovers over humanity, ready to precipitate the wonders which God holds in store for those who knowPsychology1, 156:of vision. If aspirants but realized the wonders of that revelation, and if they grasped thePsychology1, 178:consciousness, of bringing to light the hidden wonders of the universe, and of hastening thePsychology1, 248:new effects, new forms of life, and new wonders in the world of phenomena. Man is also apt to thinkPsychology1, 288:may be seen in all His glory. Of all these wonders, sex is the symbol. Rays, 113:satisfaction and an opened door to greater wonders. In the occult age which has now definitely
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