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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - AFRAID
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Astrology, 569:physical nature no longer dominate him; he is afraid of the impulses, emanating from the astralAutobiography, 11:more enduring in effect. Perhaps, also, we are afraid of happiness and push it away from us underAutobiography, 50:know everything, then I am helpless and often afraid. I do not care if people agree or disagreeAutobiography, 69:fearless; I did not know what it was to be afraid. Part of this was a natural thoughtlessness, partAutobiography, 122:the work to do but I had no further cause to be afraid of him. We took a shack of three rooms inAutobiography, 130:me. I want to speak to you." I have never been afraid of men and I went around the corner with him.Autobiography, 147:are greatly relieved and helped. I have been afraid of failure, afraid of having faults, afraid ofAutobiography, 147:and helped. I have been afraid of failure, afraid of having faults, afraid of what people think ofAutobiography, 147:been afraid of failure, afraid of having faults, afraid of what people think of me, and afraid ofAutobiography, 147:faults, afraid of what people think of me, and afraid of the dark, and afraid of being looked up toAutobiography, 147:people think of me, and afraid of the dark, and afraid of being looked up to by other people. IAutobiography, 147:background and training I used to be very much afraid of what people said. I don't care now becauseAutobiography, 148:never give way but which is always with me, I am afraid of the dark at night if I'm alone in theAutobiography, 148:Home. I have brought up my three girls not to be afraid of the dark, but I had an experience thenAutobiography, 150:a basic characteristic of humanity. Everybody is afraid and everybody has his pet fear. If peopleAutobiography, 150:pet fear. If people tell me that they are never afraid, I know that they are liars. They have someAutobiography, 151:Also, I have asked myself, why should I not be afraid? All the world is afraid and who am I that IAutobiography, 151:why should I not be afraid? All the world is afraid and who am I that I should be exempt from theAutobiography, 207:knowledge of the Ageless Wisdom but she was afraid of people; afraid of being misunderstood; afraidAutobiography, 207:the Ageless Wisdom but she was afraid of people; afraid of being misunderstood; afraid that peopleAutobiography, 207:afraid of people; afraid of being misunderstood; afraid that people liked her for her money andAutobiography, 207:liked her for her money and basically and deeply afraid of life. I think I was of service to herBethlehem, 150:heard it, they fell on their face, and were sore afraid. And Jesus came and touched them, and said,Bethlehem, 150:and touched them, and said, Arise, and be not afraid. And when they had lifted up their eyes, theyDiscipleship1, 95:of true humility. By that I mean that you are so afraid of pride and bombast and an over-estimationDiscipleship1, 126:the mind aspect is unduly emphasized and you are afraid of devotion. Yet it is your devotion, myDiscipleship1, 288:not much to say to you at this time. You are afraid (as a personality) of being unduly influencedDiscipleship1, 371:racial. You have a deep love, of which you are afraid and, therefore, fail to express as you mightDiscipleship1, 379:to you in development. You, my brother, are afraid of your equals. You want to be the one alone asDiscipleship1, 490:light and love with increasing intensity. Be not afraid, my brother, to be more outgoing and moreDiscipleship1, 556:inhibited, is that of emotional reaction. Be not afraid of emotional devastation, my brother. SomeDiscipleship1, 687:view which - literally and factually - makes you afraid of a too prompt acquiescence in the knownDiscipleship2, 755:to Disciples - D.L.R. August 1942 Be not afraid of loneliness. The soul that cannot stand alone hasExternalisation, 17:instructions. He should not be permitted to be afraid or to refuse to subject himself to thisExternalisation, 187:can be no coercion of man's free will. No one is afraid of the allied nations; the situation hasExternalisation, 232:of pacifists, cherishing the form side of life, afraid of death and remaining passive in the faceExternalisation, 245:are needed by all today. Refuse to be afraid of any results of right and positive action. Fear liesExternalisation, 245:of this Christian era has warned us not to be afraid of those who kill the body, but to fear onlyExternalisation, 245:Germany? Refuse, then, in their interests, to be afraid. Having sensed the vision, recognized theExternalisation, 620:carefully to himself and which he is frequently afraid to mention to his nearest and his dearest;Externalisation, 621:things of the Kingdom of God to others; they are afraid of being rebuffed, or of being thoughtHercules, 97:him to his lair. Thus Hercules pursued his way, afraid yet unafraid; alone, yet not alone, for onMagic, 298:and frightened atom of sentient life, standing afraid before the stupendousness of the problems ofMagic, 298:Often he is so ridden by fear that he becomes afraid of his very reason. The picture cannot be tooProblems, 91:and equal position. These smaller nations are afraid of the more powerful nations and of theirProblems, 91:of their ability to enforce their will. They are afraid of exploitation by some powerful nation orPsychology2, 511:will eventually salvage it. Be not, therefore, afraid of the technicalities of wisdom but seek forReappearance, 167:carefully to himself and which he is frequently afraid to mention to his nearest and his dearest;Reappearance, 168:things of the kingdom of God to others; they are afraid of being rebuffed, or of being thought
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