RE: Theos-World Self control !
Feb 23, 2004 09:00 PM
by Raghu K
thanx a ton ! One of our pal, Barry Fallick stated that an attempt to
control oneself is a form of violence by itself & is foreign to K's
teachings. Can u throw some light on this ?
From: adelasie [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2004 9:15 PM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Self control !
Indeed there is a big difference between self-control and control of
others. The ancient wisdom teaches self-control as one of the seven
basic character traits to be developed assiduously by the student.
Control of others leads to difficulties in every realm. Occultism
teaches that the wise man leads by example, not by force. We are
taught not to judge one another, but to learn to tolerate the
differences of others, knowing that each facet is a component of the
On 23 Feb 2004 at 11:02, Raghu K wrote:
> Cream Stationery
> Good pal
> 'the attempt to control is a form of violence.'
> This one is from Mr. barry Fallick. i would like to know what self
> control is? What is a human supposed to do, when he is confronted by
> tempting situations, that lure him into the wrong way and destruction?
> Anyone there with clarity ??
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