[Get This]

Previous    Next    Up    ToC    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GOSSIP

(page 1 of 1)


Autobiography, 111:and the village post-office from which all the gossip and talk emanated. The climate is reallyAutobiography, 111:to rotate around children, crops, food and local gossip. For months I stuck my snooty little noseAutobiography, 148:me because I thought it might occasion talk and gossip. So each night when the soldiers had left,Autobiography, 177:with me to act as a chaperone and prevent dirty gossip. One of the things I have attempted and IAutobiography, 285:earnest. We ask no questions and listen to no gossip. We realize that all of us have to learn to beDiscipleship2, 109:average aspirant. This whole business of occult gossip and of misinformation governs the majorityExternalisation, 82:a loving heart. Wild and fearful talk, hateful gossip, cruel innuendo, suspicion, the ascribing ofHercules, 37:discover that selfishness, unkindness, love of gossip, and criticism constitute a large part of hisHercules, 160:up using the ordinary forms of speech, such as gossip, then you have to learn restraint of speechHercules, 161:by critical thought, self-pitying thoughts, by gossip, by words that I should not say. I am notHercules, 168:number. In one book they are enumerated: cruel gossip; talk of the self, selfish talk; and castingHercules, 168:What does that mean? It has been said that gossip is "spiritual murder". Do I need to discuss cruelHercules, 168:"spiritual murder". Do I need to discuss cruel gossip, how lives have been wrecked by it? There isHercules, 168:wrecked by it? There is an unbroken law, if you gossip you will be gossiped about. We get what weIntellect, 216:every morning, or to forego that early morning gossip with the family, or to take the needed timeIntellect, 216:time from a book, or the movies, or from another gossip later on in the day. Let us be truthfulIntellect, 258:may, for instance, involve refraining from all gossip and idle speech. There is nothing sinful inMagic, 474:ruins those who feel its spell, the poisonous gossip, passed along because it gives a thrill -Magic, 486:call it), the basis of what may degenerate into gossip, that concerns either your work,Magic, 487:an evil piece of information, a lie or item of gossip. Devitalize it by love, break it in pieces byMagic, 638:tongues from idle speech and criticism, from gossip and innuendo, and to read and study so that thePsychology2, 618:"sitting in judgment" and to the idle critical gossip which seems necessary to the average groupPsychology2, 618:thoughts, untrue formulated ideas, idle gossip of a destructive kind, the imputation of motives,Psychology2, 621:be obvious. Mistakes in speech, idle talk and gossip, the effects of the leaders' words - all these
Previous    Next    Up    ToC    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Search Search web