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Autobiography, 135:packed those darned sardines. At noon I would be eating my lunch when the day was fine on a stripAutobiography, 153:vegetarianism, based on the cruelty of animal eating, may not be as sound as it appears to theAutobiography, 154:of the factors inclining humanity towards meat eating. I worked this out in my own consciousness inBethlehem, 19:Christian age we use the fish symbology, even to eating fish on Good Friday. The symbol of theEducation, 90:only by the instincts of self-preservation, eating, and mating, through the stages of family life,Fire, 1080:kind differing in specific detail from the meat-eating, and oft inhuman, groups of the past fiveHealing, 39:the physical body, which finds expression in the eating and drinking of that which is desired,Healing, 250:that diabetes is a major trouble among the rice-eating peoples of the world, and that cancer isHealing, 334:lives without concentration upon the form life, eating that food which is available and upon whichHealing, 428:the average man's life - rising and retiring, eating and drinking, and all the periodic affairsHealing, 578:a man an initiate. Celibacy, careful modes of eating and a measure of bodily cleanliness, plus theHercules, 27:- Labor I LABOR I The Capture of the Man-eating Mares (Aries, March 21st - April 20th) The Myth TheHercules, 36:and as he started upon the capture of the man-eating mares, he discovered in himself the guaranteeHercules, 38:sign Sagittarius and in that sign kills the Man-Eating Birds, does he really attain completeHercules, 61:to the wild lands, up and down which the man-eating mares ravaged; nor was he confined to theHercules, 116:females. In Aries the conquering of the man-eating mares so inflated his ego that he stalked onHercules, 158:of the mind in his endeavor to capture the man-eating mares, and met with failure because he dealtHercules, 158:the soul. In Sagittarius he slaughtered the man-eating birds. He was back again to the same problemHercules, 163:from a thing crawling about prompted by desire, eating all the time, there comes the stage of theHercules, 167:that the marshes of Acadia were filled with man-eating birds, pictured in ancient books asHercules, 167:and determines to rid the land of these man-eating birds. We are told he was very clever in the wayHercules, 167:especially three of them, are of a man-eating kind and that he must do something about it. PictureHercules, 225:authorities.) through the capture of the Man-Eating Mares, we see him make his start, react toHercules, 228:control of thought. In Aries he captured the Man-Eating Mares and bent them to his use. Now heHercules, 228:and bent them to his use. Now he slays the Man-Eating Birds of Stymphalus and puts an end to allInitiation, 196:upon the path it is essential that all meat eating of every kind be stopped, and the strictestMagic, 207:exercises upon the vital body. As surely as eating and drinking build or destroy the physical body,Magic, 420:or a state of self satisfaction than by the eating of meat. Two rules of life activity must beMeditation, 334:chosen with wise discrimination; it requires the eating of only those vegetables and fruits thatMeditation, 334:choice of food, wise refraining from too heavy eating, and a little pure good food perfectlyMeditation, 345:and suitable food and refrains from heavy eating. A little food, well chosen and well masticated,Patanjali, 421:himself in human activities; he walks among men, eating and sleeping, working and living. Yet allProblems, 63:only by the instincts of self-preservation, eating and mating, through the stages [64] of familyPsychology1, 220:as presented by the thinkers of today, and meat eating - at a certain stage of human unfoldment -Psychology1, 268:instinctual and as necessary as the functions of eating and drinking. It is a function, however,Psychology2, 546:dyspeptic and this is not always caused by wrong eating and wrong physical habits. It is broughtPsychology2, 738:of the well-intentioned, or upon crime, yet eating their hearts out (consciously or unconsciously)
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