Spanish dance from ballet the "Swan lake" by P.I. Tchaikovsky


Shambhale Daik (Message of Shambhala) by Nicholas Roerich. <br>Not later than 19401. "Just as self-confidence in action is blessed, self-conceit is disastrous. Self-conceit is hostile to simplicity." [Leaves of Morya’s Garden II, 132]


2. "The teaching speaks harshly against conceit, but faith in one's own strength when honoring Hierarchy will not be conceit and will only confirm the best results." [Letters of Helena Roerich in 9 Volumes - 1. 088]


3. "…. Self-confidence is an excellent concept, but conceit is the grave of evolution." [Supermundane, 280]


4. "Like a kitten in the sea – the consciousness of a layman is under the muddy waves of Tamas. Like a powerful rook, guided by a firm hand, the aspiring winner rushes through the stormy waves of an angry sea. And the hand is firm, and the hand will not waver, and the goal is clear. It is this clear awareness of the purpose and understanding of each experience and the meaning of life's ordinary conditions that gives this unshakable firmness of confidence. To suffer, to worry and to be oppressed, not knowing why and for what, is hard." [Facets of Agni Yoga 1952, 551]


5. "Patience is not enough, you need confidence in the right path." [Diary Leaves II by Nicholas Roerich]


6. "There may be the courage of despair, there may be the courage of confidence, the courage of knowledge." [Еxcerpts by Boris Abramov from the book "Aspiring Heart" 1954, 253]


7. "He who believes in his own strength attains. He who believes in the power [of the Highest] attains doubly and threefold. The one who believes in victory has already won it. Faith is the fire of the spirit put into action. One can even say that it is the fierceness of faith that creates and achieves. And enthusiasm is also ignited by faith. ... Faith can be affirmed in oneself, thereby increasing its fiery potential and its tension." [Facets of Agni Yoga 1961, 431]


8. "The more aspiring, the more consonant, the more fiery, the sharper, the more confident, the easier. And not to wait and ask, but to rush and take." [Facets of Agni Yoga 1960, 354]


9. "... In the narrow spaces of life, you are guided by a Hand that knows no hesitation, and if you hold the wire tightly, this unshakable confidence is transmitted to you." [Facets of Agni Yoga 1954, 369]



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