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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - LIBRAN

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Astrology, 249:three of these rays definitely predispose the Libran subject to concrete understanding, toAstrology, 249:physical plane and the power of the developed Libran to project the inner spiritual purpose orAstrology, 250:nor the soul dominates in the man who is a pure Libran; a balance is achieved and thus theyAstrology, 491:of spirit and matter is so violent that the Libran force is relatively quiescent. Ray III isHercules, 128:it; or there is straightforward conduct, and the Libran may be characterized by materialistic or byHercules, 129:O Lord who may abide it?" Reflections of a Libran Before Hercules captured the Erymanthian boar, heHercules, 130:into the pleasure-seeking existence of the Libran, harsh though the experience may be, is aHercules, 130:the potentialities of Libra remain dormant. The Libran sets out upon his journey in winter, a timeHercules, 130:Hercules seizes his opportunity. It is curiously Libran to avoid a direct encounter, and not toHercules, 130:who witness it. In this incident we observe the Libran's ability to find unusual solutions, and toHercules, 131:is characteristic of the more highly organized Libran. Thus is the principle of balance observed.Hercules, 131:Thus is the principle of balance observed. The Libran goes about weighing and balancing all things.Hercules, 131:of Hercules - Labor VII Like a busy spider, the Libran is perpetually spinning threads ofHercules, 132:beauty. Halfway between heaven and earth the Libran waits. Looking above, he sees the vision, theHercules, 132:measure of it, the world could not endure. The Libran is not at all sure he cares to take part inHercules, 133:that upholds the opposite of what is said. The Libran is not inclined to be either a zealot or aHercules, 134:world is upheld by equilibrium, and this the Libran understands. As a matter of fact, the laws ofHercules, 134:such terms also. In the midst of dissonance, the Libran cherishes the dream of harmony; in the farHercules, 134:There is a strongly feminine element in the Libran, and this is natural, since Venus rules theHercules, 135:act [135] as a complementary influence. The Libran instinctively understands this. He knows thatHercules, 135:implacable stone and rigid steel. When the Libran has assimilated the soft harmonies of Venus, heHercules, 135:the residue of immortality dwelling in him. The Libran sets out to remake himself, knowing thatHercules, 138:and vague it is perhaps again representative of Libran interlude, which one of the Masters of theRays, 404:otherwise enter our planetary life at all. These Libran energies enter our solar system via the
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