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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - RIDDEN
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Externalisation, 214:who are potentially weak and are therefore ridden by fear and terror, feeling that they dare notHercules, 51:control. The bull is not slaughtered, it is ridden and guided, and under the mastery of the man. Hercules, 51:the aspirant remember that the bull has to be ridden across the waters to the mainland; which meansHercules, 51:It is by doing this that the bull is ridden to the mainland. Use common sense. The ancient meaningHercules, 52:that it would be better [52] for them to be ridden by the bull of desire than to continue theirMagic, 298:heritage of freedom and of life. Often he is so ridden by fear that he becomes afraid of his veryPsychology2, 25:to unfold, and to improve. Though he is still ridden by unreasoning desire most of the time, yetPsychology2, 670:of them are known. They are however, either ridden by fear or by a feeling of futility, and by theRays, 732:emphasis upon death and not life, and have been ridden by fear all their days. One of the initial
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