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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ASHRAM

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Discipleship2, 135:is that it stands for the triplicity of The Ashram, The soul on its own plane, The disciple uponDiscipleship2, 135:the higher point of the triangle, which is the Ashram, I would remind you that radiation fromDiscipleship2, 135:the triangle at that point and that, through the Ashram, will, purpose and strength can pour. ThisDiscipleship2, 135:the Ashrams of the Masters. In the major group Ashram (which is the Hierarchy itself) this reactionDiscipleship2, 136:coming year, start by a consideration of the Ashram of the Hierarchy itself, of its relation toDiscipleship2, 137:of the Chohans, welded together in the great Ashram of the Hierarchy itself, and moving ever intoDiscipleship2, 137:comes when the disciple, having considered the Ashram as outlined above, and having therebyDiscipleship2, 137:and you will endeavor to relate yourself to my Ashram by an act of faith and of will which is, inDiscipleship2, 137:position as a conscious, integral part of my Ashram, and consequently of the Hierarchy. Such is theDiscipleship2, 137:You have had much instruction as to the Ashram and I need not further enlarge. The third point ofDiscipleship2, 138:not possible for the individual disciple in any Ashram to cooperate in all phases of the Master'sDiscipleship2, 138:to cooperate in every phase of the work in my Ashram which I have outlined in my pamphlets (andDiscipleship2, 138:and the source of impression, i.e., the Ashram and the soul. Now we are in a positionDiscipleship2, 139:work. II. The Stage of Consideration. Of the Ashram as a whole, i.e., of the Hierarchy as theDiscipleship2, 139:Ashram as a whole, i.e., of the Hierarchy as the Ashram of Sanat Kumara. You will see, through theDiscipleship2, 139:Impressed by the energy of Will as the great Ashram energizes its component parts - the variousDiscipleship2, 140:Plan. Dedication to the work originating in the Ashram with which you know yourself to be in touch,Discipleship2, 140:in my life." Of yourself as a unit in my Ashram. This will involve: Recognizing which aspect of myDiscipleship2, 141:be cooperating in the task of externalizing the Ashram and furthering the work of the HierarchyDiscipleship2, 142:the fact that the disciple (as an outpost of the Ashram as a functioning soul) must be oriented toDiscipleship2, 142:His own soul, as his intuition awakens. The Ashram, as he grasps more of its purposes and becomesDiscipleship2, 143:the inspiration which can be received from the Ashram to which you may be attached. By "attached" IDiscipleship2, 144:Impression Recognition Relationship Source Ashram Transmitter Expression Determination Seed IdeaDiscipleship2, 146:a responsible transmitter, doing the work of the Ashram) breathe out the idea as a formulated,Discipleship2, 151:Invocation go forth on the power generated by my Ashram and by all of you affiliated with myDiscipleship2, 151:my Ashram and by all of you affiliated with my Ashram; the Ashrams of the Master K.H. and theDiscipleship2, 152:The alignment of soul and personality with the Ashram, resulting in a conscious relation with theDiscipleship2, 152:in a conscious relation with the Master of the Ashram. The alignment of the initiate of higherDiscipleship2, 153:a closer relation to the Hierarchy, via the Ashram and its life of pledged service. This statementDiscipleship2, 153:need constantly to reflect upon the life of the Ashram as it makes its impact upon theirDiscipleship2, 154:to life purpose) is reached through the Ashram. The Master imparts the nature of the Plan or theDiscipleship2, 155:by the Master of your ray and therefore of the Ashram with which you are affiliated. The quality ofDiscipleship2, 155:receive and register and which emanates from the Ashram in which you find yourself. This again willDiscipleship2, 156:with and functioning consciously in an Ashram; to initiates and to the senior Members of theDiscipleship2, 175:objectives. It involves recognition also of the Ashram and dedication to the Master, tinder twoDiscipleship2, 175:symbols: the soul and the central Point in the Ashram.The Stage of Affirmation. Say with your wholeDiscipleship2, 177:it not been for, the direct line of attack on my Ashram...As I have told you, my Ashram, and to aDiscipleship2, 177:of attack on my Ashram...As I have told you, my Ashram, and to a lesser extent that of K.H., haveDiscipleship2, 177:effects) that was in any way related to my Ashram as was the next. A meditation on certain themeDiscipleship2, 178:to link up with me, as the Master of the Ashram. Say the Great Invocation, emphasizing one of theDiscipleship2, 181:such energies from his own place within the Ashram, using his own etheric body as the implementingDiscipleship2, 181:heart center in every major and every secondary Ashram, and these heart centers pour their energyDiscipleship2, 181:own ray; that, in turn, colors somewhat the Ashram with which he is affiliated. It is necessary,Discipleship2, 185:of special [185] energies which we call an Ashram. It is therefore intended to teach the discipleDiscipleship2, 185:disciple, even when he has been admitted into an Ashram as an earned right, remains esoteric, belowDiscipleship2, 186:this type of error. Part of my task within my Ashram is to train disciples to recognize the new,Discipleship2, 189:is not so. By the time a man is admitted into an Ashram he has already worked off a very great dealDiscipleship2, 192:the vertical life of spiritual contact with the Ashram is constantly preserved by meditation,Discipleship2, 192:the measure of his conscious activity in the Ashram. Forget not that an Ashram in the Hierarchy isDiscipleship2, 192:activity in the Ashram. Forget not that an Ashram in the Hierarchy is on a higher plane than thatDiscipleship2, 193:of the aspirant cannot focus in the Ashram or upon the intuitional levels of consciousness. You canDiscipleship2, 196:in relation to his own soul, and later to the Ashram; you have the group way of life, as itDiscipleship2, 201:These are: The New Group of World Servers. The Ashram, with which disciples in the New Group ofDiscipleship2, 201:may be affiliated. The Hierarchy itself, the Ashram, of Sanat Kumara. The Nirmanakayas or theDiscipleship2, 201:members of the group are affiliated with some Ashram. within the ring-pass-not of the Hierarchy. b.Discipleship2, 201:ring-pass-not of the Hierarchy. b. The greater Ashram, composed of many Ashrams, is the fulfiledDiscipleship2, 203:to serve, and also to the Hierarchy, via some Ashram - an Ashram which is the source of theirDiscipleship2, 203:and also to the Hierarchy, via some Ashram - an Ashram which is the source of their inspiration andDiscipleship2, 205:they are becoming aware of an inner group - the Ashram of the Master on whose ray the individualDiscipleship2, 205:the neophyte swings into the rhythm of the Ashram, and gradually his meditation changes and fallsDiscipleship2, 205:operation; this is the apportioned duty of the Ashram or the Ashrams in question. This constantDiscipleship2, 205:in no way impairs the efficiency of the Ashram or of the individual disciple, because two or moreDiscipleship2, 205:learns. Later again, the disciple in the Ashram becomes aware of the meditation proceeding all theDiscipleship2, 205:proceeding all the time within the greater Ashram, the Hierarchy. This is the Ashram (if I mightDiscipleship2, 205:the greater Ashram, the Hierarchy. This is the Ashram (if I might repeat the statement) of SanatDiscipleship2, 205:Sanat Kumara, the Lord of the World. This great Ashram is headed and controlled by the Christ. TheDiscipleship2, 211:they work through directed meditation and each Ashram is a center of meditation to which everyDiscipleship2, The fu:and the highest possible inspiration. Each Ashram can approach the Nirmanakayas as a group atDiscipleship2, The fu:of impression and can be impressed by any Ashram through its disciples in that group; thus theDiscipleship2, 222:and the impression of the powerful seventh ray Ashram - now already in process of externalization.Discipleship2, 232:of the group who are not yet in touch with any Ashram; they work thus from humanitarian, interestedDiscipleship2, 233:according to the work desired of any Ray Ashram implicated at any particular time. Each Ashram thusDiscipleship2, 233:Ashram implicated at any particular time. Each Ashram thus undertakes meditation upon the generalDiscipleship2, 236:aspirants and disciples who seek to work in an Ashram in cooperation with the Plan and under theDiscipleship2, 236:antahkarana and subject to impression from the Ashram with which he may be affiliated. Discipleship2, 251:extension of these concepts to a Master and his ashram or his group of practicing disciples, is ofDiscipleship2, 257:for one quality: To integrate into the inner Ashram as "practicing chelas." To contact the MasterDiscipleship2, 257:true disciple and in the true group within the Ashram: The reaction which is called the "formula ofDiscipleship2, 267:Formula One - Deals with integration into an Ashram and is concerned with the revelation of groupDiscipleship2, 277:the Ashrams which are enfolded in the one great Ashram of the Hierarchy. I said that the results ofDiscipleship2, 278:disciple, working under the inspiration of the Ashram to "modify, qualify and adapt" the proposedDiscipleship2, 279:to be desired. The disciples within a Master's Ashram can provide him with what knowledge he mayDiscipleship2, 288:sacrifice his identity in the identity of the Ashram and its workers, and later in the identity ofDiscipleship2, 296:- contact with the soul and entrance into an Ashram - the following might be listed, but must beDiscipleship2, 297:individual to his sold, to his Master and to the Ashram, his consciousness is consciously expandedDiscipleship2, 301:and the protection and [301] stimulation of his Ashram; he gives him occasional hints, and as theDiscipleship2, 301:also aware that you have placed yourselves in my Ashram for training in the most difficult periodDiscipleship2, 301:hundred years will see great developments in my Ashram. It is, as I have told you, one of theDiscipleship2, 311:under a Law of Destiny. This law affects the Ashram and the Hierarchy as a whole, and neither [312]Discipleship2, 317:for the more advanced disciple, it is the Ashram and direct service under the instigation of someDiscipleship2, 318:teaching which is definitely given within the Ashram, and which is not, at the time when the otherDiscipleship2, 328:Nothing destructive has place in any Ashram, but disciples can and do use ashramic force in theirDiscipleship2, 328:personality reactions of all the members of the Ashram, i.e., of all preparing for the lesserDiscipleship2, 328:known to all the other members of the Ashram who are at the same degree of development or to all ofDiscipleship2, 329:to come wherein candidates for admission into an Ashram, and later, for initiation, must realizeDiscipleship2, 329:have frequently stated that on entrance into an Ashram the disciple leaves behind him hisDiscipleship2, 330:and nature. The group of disciples within the Ashram who are of equal development with the newDiscipleship2, 330:can be grasped. The perfected strength of the Ashram (symbolized by the number 10) becomesDiscipleship2, 330:of heart has enabled him to penetrate into the Ashram; his knowledge becomes more rapidlyDiscipleship2, 330:The strength, availability and usefulness of an Ashram is that of the sumtotal of all that its
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