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A Treatise on White Magic - Rule Ten - The New Group of World Servers
As regards the future of this world group of which we have been speaking much depends upon two things.

First, it is necessary for all those isolated disciples working in every country in the world, to become aware of one another and then to enter into telepathic rapport. This may seem to you to be a wonderful but impractical vision. I assure you that this is not so. The work of establishing this rapport may indeed be slow, but it is an inevitable effect of the growing sensitivity of all the souls who are working in the field of the world. The first indication of it is that instinctive recognition of those who constitute part of this group when they meet and contact each other in the ways of world intercourse. There comes to them an immediate flashing forth of the light, an instantaneous electrical interplay, a sudden sensing of a similarity of vision and of objective, or a vital opportunity to aid in and to cooperate with each other in the work in which it is realized that all are interested.

Working disciples everywhere when they meet each other will know at once that their work is identical, and will advise with each other as to where cooperation and [422] supplementary endeavor may be possible. In about thirty years the interrelation between the units in this group (scattered as they may be all over the world) will be so close that daily they will meet each other at a set time and in the secret place. This only becomes possible when the triplicity of soul-mind-brain are all aligned in the individual and when each aspect of it can be simultaneously in touch with members of the group. At present all the souls of the group of mystics do work in unison; a number have succeeded in bringing the soul and the mind also into a close and established relation, but as yet the lowest aspect of this aligned and linking triangle, the physical brain, remains totally unresponsive to the waves of force emanating from the higher aspects of the disciples engaged thus in laying the foundations of the new age civilization.

It is therefore largely a matter of perfecting the mechanism of the brain so that it can rightly register and correctly transmit the soul impressions and the group purposes and recognitions. This involves:

  1. The awakening into conscious activity of the center between the eyebrows, called by the oriental student, the ajna center.
  2. The subordinating then of the activity of this center to that of the head center, so that the two vibrate in unison. This produces the establishment of three things:
    1. Direct conscious alignment between soul-mind-brain.
    2. The appearance of a magnetic field which embraces both the head centers and so definitely affects the pineal gland and the pituitary body.
    3. The recognition of this field of dual activity in two ways: as of a light in the head, an interior radiant sun, or as a dynamic center of energy [423] through which the will or purpose aspect of the soul can make itself felt.
  3. The development of a facility which will enable a man to:
    1. Use the mind in any direction he chooses, turning it externally towards the world of phenomena, or internally towards the world of spiritual being.
    2. Produce consciously and at will a corresponding responsiveness in the physical brain, so that it can register accurately any information coming from the physical world, and the emotional or astral world.
    3. Discriminate intelligently between all these spheres of sentient activity.

This will all be eventually covered by a new psychological approach which will emerge out of the old and be a blend of the mechanical schools, the introspective and the more purely oriental position, plus the conclusions of two new schools which will shortly arise but which are as yet too small to warrant a name. They are in the embryo stage. One school will deal with the energy aspects of the individual and his responsiveness to the energy of the universe in which he is immersed; the other will consider man as a unit of electricity. Both will be quite one-sided but the contributions of the various schools will some day be unified into one synthetic presentation.

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