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

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Astrology, 97:to form (Aries). The heat of earth, the fiery temper of the mother, destroyed the form, releasedAstrology, 397:and the end of individual self-centeredness. Temper, which is so characteristic of the Bull, mustAstrology, 397:give place to directed spiritual energy, for temper is but energy run wild in the interests of theAutobiography, 30:you can see, a nice child. Not only did I have a temper but I always wanted to know how peopleAutobiography, 37:and who could begin to control a rather violent temper. This I started to do. I tried not to be soAutobiography, 108:overheard - that he was developing an appalling temper. My Waterloo was the weekly washing. I usedAutobiography, 112:of Alice A. Bailey - Chapter III My husband's temper was getting out of all bounds and I lived in aAutobiography, 113:him was that (beyond a savage, ungovernable temper) he had no vices of any kind whatsoever. HeAutobiography, 114:was due in January and in one of his fits of temper my husband threw me down the stairs with, itAutobiography, 116:nothing worse than a completely uncontrolled temper. In the meantime, Ellison had been takenAutobiography, 269:purity in the outer life, or on kindness, good temper and freedom from self-assertion. TheseDestiny, 18:Shamballa and the hierarchical energies and thus temper destruction and bring to the fore theDiscipleship1, 649:life with courage, with inspiration and with temper. Is this not so? If you will endeavor, in theDiscipleship1, 650:I realize that there have been times when the temper has been a great relief. You have now reachedDiscipleship1, 650:be busy with my many duties when the flare of temper comes! That I wish not to see, and so willDiscipleship2, 92:but certain personality faults of pride, temper and an undisciplined nature must at least beHealing, 38:that body, any violent activity under stress of temper, intense worry or prolonged irritation willHealing, 561:which is always in a state of fussiness, of bad temper, one which reacts furiously when things doHercules, 146:apathy, forgetting the struggles and trials that temper the keen blade of spiritual striving. TheMagic, 483:All aspirants are still selfish, still prone to temper and to irritability, still subject toMagic, 483:depression and even at times to hatred. Oft that temper and hatred may be aroused by what we callMagic, 483:hatred in an associate, if he arouses him to temper, and if he meets with dislike and antagonism,Psychology1, 202:intuition, clear intelligence, and serene temper. Vices of Ray: Over-absorption in study, coldness,Psychology1, 207:criticism, narrowness, arrogance, unforgiving temper, lack of sympathy and reverence, prejudice.
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