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Result: 'Control' (9)

To justify clumsy words or gestures, many people say, ‘I don't know what happened, I lost my head!' And this explanation is sufficient for them. Actually, what we lose in those situations is the connection with the divine world, which is responsible ...
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...If we are to control our feelings and thoughts, we must begin as early as possible observing the movements we make in daily life. This is the only way to develop the psychic faculties needed to control all instinctive forces. Until we have lear...
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...Spiritual life implies a mastery of feelings and thoughts. This mastery is acquired more easily if you begin by being aware of your everyday gestures. In this way you gradually acquire possibilities in your inner life, which then allow you to m...
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Learning self-control is a difficult training. But you can begin with very simple exercises, like learning to control your movements during mealtimes. On the table there are dishes, plates, bottles, glasses, knives, etc. Do your best not to bang ...
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Those who do not know how to control their anger are unaware it is a force from much further away trying to find a way into them. They even believe, for a moment at least, that this powerful current is communicating something of its power to them. ...
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...The spiritual life implies controlling our feelings and thoughts. But to achieve this, we must start by watching every little gesture we make in daily life. In this way we gradually acquire psychic abilities, which will then allow us to control...
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Try not to shy away from an opportunity to show self-control. There is no shortage of opportunities to learn to resist hunger, thirst, heat, cold or tiredness. I am not saying you must live a life of privation or become a yogi. No, of course not. ...
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If human beings' animal nature is so powerful, it is because for thousands of years, they had to face particularly difficult conditions in order to survive. Look at all the trouble animals go to in finding food, in seeking and maintaining shelter, ...
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It is good to find opportunities to exercise self-control, for example by learning to endure hunger, thirst, heat, cold or fatigue. This is not to say you should constantly live in a state of deprivation or become yogis. No, of course not. But look ...
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