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Discipleship in the New Age II - Personal Instructions to Disciples - W.D.S.
1. The stage of the "awakening urge." Of this stage, the half-opened eye is the symbol. The neophyte, just admitted into the Ashram, becomes (as the Book of Instructions for Neophytes expresses it) "the victim of a dual sight. With the right eye he sees a shaded way into the central Ashram; from point to point, from light to dark and dark to light as the pillars point the way, he sees a narrow corridor and at the end a room; within that room the passing figure of the Master appears and disappears. With the left eye, a world of mist and fog, of gloom and shadowy forms is seen - a land of woe and dire distress, with light and shadow moving back and forth. From within that gloomy land a cry comes forth: We need your aid. We cannot see. Come hither with the light." In these phrases is embodied the first reaction of the new disciple to the dual life to [633] which his admission to the Ashram has committed him - the life of ashramic instruction and of steady approach to the Master, plus the life of outer service which must come as a response to need and not as a fulfilment of an enjoined duty. He sees in neither direction with clarity. Remember ever that approach and service must be self-initiated and self-implemented. The only help which the disciple gets at this stage comes from the stimulating effect of the aura of the Ashram.
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