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

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Astrology, 18:his personality life; it is related to quality, temperament and the life tendencies which areAstrology, 117:arms of the Mutable Cross. The fluid, sensitive temperament in Pisces - mediumistic and psychicallyAutobiography, 212:are linked with and the quality, character and temperament which we show indicates simply the sumAutobiography, 242:spots and different as these countries were in temperament there was no difference in theirBethlehem, 41:called by a terminology suited to the time and temperament of the aspirant. Where the ChristianBethlehem, 57:Plan to the race in terms suited to each age and temperament; The uniformity of their life story,Bethlehem, 149:that only the inner reality is registered. The temperament and tendencies of the mystic - his ownDestiny, 82:and this is a hard thing for the British temperament at this time to grasp. They are so sure ofDiscipleship1, 204:for some little time. They are problems of temperament and occasionally of injudicious action,Discipleship1, 252:is no easy task, particularly for one of your temperament. How can it be achieved. The terms ofDiscipleship1, 279:this is ever a limitation of the mystic temperament. Is it not so? In any group which has for itsDiscipleship1, 289:the steady discipline of occult training frets a temperament still essentially mystic. The moreDiscipleship1, 504:of life expression. Your positive and powerful temperament leads you to draw to yourself negativeDiscipleship2, 575:This detachment you can frequently attain. Temperament and training have developed it in you. TheDiscipleship2, 669:and a love which is able to see in character and temperament the working out of karma. It isEducation, 85:be spurred on to individual effort suited to his temperament [86] and capacity. Thus he will beExternalisation, 116:with varying results, based on differences of temperament, of tradition, of development and ofGlamour, 242:These make the man what he is; they give him his temperament, profession and quality upon theGlamour, 259:life expression (which is often referred to as temperament) and keeps the singing aspect entirelyHealing, 66:and fevers appear. According to the temperament so will be the types of disease, and theHealing, 66:so will be the types of disease, and the temperament is dependent upon the ray quality. People onHealing, 290:in character and purpose and more pronounced in temperament, karma became also more personal andHealing, 493:company of his intimates and according to his temperament and point in evolution. If those who areHealing, 493:methods of contact. Each person differs; each temperament is largely unique. I only seek to makeHealing, 552:and so learn to know the constitution and the temperament of those they may be called upon to help;Hercules, 73:which they can so easily fall. According to the temperament of the aspirant so will be the glamor.Hercules, 123:the keynote given is courage, and the Piscean temperament is called a battlefield, for its messageMagic, 83:is recognized [83] innately by those of mystic temperament, and by those who are able to study theMagic, 636:in which he is engaged as a worker. His temperament, equipment of characteristics (physical,Meditation, 14:practice may be carried on suited to the temperament of the pupil, and having certain attributesMeditation, 105:nervousness, differing according to nature and temperament. This display of nervousness may beMeditation, 105:of common sense, that he studies wisely his own temperament, and that he does not blindly proceedMeditation, 153:ascending clouds; according to his stability of temperament will be the accuracy of the innerProblems, 59:on to individual effort suited to [59] his temperament and capacity. Thus he will be induced toProblems, 86:environing conditions and of a certain type of temperament, as is the case with the Negro minorityPsychology1, 91:and choice, awareness and affection, thought and temperament, life and love, character andPsychology1, 92:soul can be posited as being largely a matter of temperament, of the wish and desire of the agesPsychology1, 160:ray is charted and known, the true nature of his temperament and the real subjective cause of hisPsychology1, 203:second ray man, would be to learn thoroughly the temperament of the patient as well as to bePsychology2, 97:Earth scheme of evolution is conditioned by a temperament, an attitude and an orientation that isPsychology2, 99:has necessarily involved the planetary temperament or attitude which recognizes the dualities.Psychology2, 121:an indication of a busy and over-active temperament, or of a self-satisfied disposition, whichPsychology2, 456:or government. They are frequently sadistic in temperament and are the adherents of cults andPsychology2, 609:Seeing it is dependent upon several factors - temperament, the quality of the physical cells of theRays, 633:conflict. This is largely owing to their fiery temperament and their strong [634] emotional biasSoul, 36:grounded knowledge, we will find the seat of temperament in, or in connection with, the ductlessSoul, 37:in a recent lecture says, "It seems clear that temperament even more important than pure intellectSoul, 37:of the future will discover how to modify temperament." - Ibid., pp. 11, 12. In regard to thisSoul, 37:- Ibid., pp. 11, 12. In regard to this matter of temperament, Dr. Hocking remarks: "There is notSoul, 37:doubt the broad fact of the profound effect on temperament exercised by the glands of internalSoul, 51:they determine, apparently, the type and temperament of the personality. Experimental as theSoul, 129:a man's glands and nervous system, so is he. His temperament, natural qualities and intelligent
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