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

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Discipleship2, 330:at need. Students are apt to think that an Ashram has only one initiate of the fifth degree (thatDiscipleship2, 330:are usually three "cooperating Masters" in every Ashram, with one at the apex of the triangle; heDiscipleship2, 330:of the triangle; he acts as the Master of the Ashram and is responsible for the preparation ofDiscipleship2, 331:problems are not permitted entrance into an Ashram; only evolutionary limitations and lack ofDiscipleship2, 331:or react in a way that brings attack upon the Ashram, that is naturally recognized, but theseDiscipleship2, 331:a disciple has opened a door of attack upon an Ashram - and this has happened, as you know, in theDiscipleship2, 331:has happened, as you know, in the case of my Ashram - the work of the united disciples is to "sealDiscipleship2, 331:is a personality or an individual attack upon an Ashram. The relatively feeble efforts of a personDiscipleship2, 331:no real impact upon the conscious life of the Ashram. The evil released must emanate from a group,Discipleship2, 331:evil enters. For instance, the harm done to the Ashram of the Master Morya by H.P.B. in his earlierDiscipleship2, 332:the whole Hierarchy. The harm attempted on my Ashram has been more easily offset, and the source ofDiscipleship2, 332:so easily the case in a first ray attack. In an Ashram, therefore, the sharing takes place alongDiscipleship2, 332:of limited disciples and the protection of the Ashram from attempted attacks or intrusions. TheDiscipleship2, 332:categories: The initiation of members of the Ashram, either before the Christ or before the OneDiscipleship2, 332:At the period of these cycles, all within the Ashram react in some way or another; no one movesDiscipleship2, 333:events which have a definite effect upon every Ashram, the effect being determined by the ray or byDiscipleship2, 334:and the achievements of the disciples in my Ashram are seen by me, for instance, in terms of oneDiscipleship2, 334:of some activity have repercussions upon my Ashram or upon a large proportion of the group ofDiscipleship2, 335:he is then free to become a full member of an Ashram. If you consider the many apparent failures inDiscipleship2, 335:in forming an external group affiliated with my Ashram, and as demonstrated in the bookDiscipleship2, 343:of wider connotation and concern the group, the Ashram, the Hierarchy and the workers with the PlanDiscipleship2, 343:not to the individual but to the members of an Ashram at some particular stage of development - asDiscipleship2, 343:service will train you in the techniques of my Ashram. Discipleship2, 345:Formula I... Concerns integration into an Ashram. Group feeling. Dissipation of glamor throughDiscipleship2, 346:and is not one imposed upon him within an Ashram or by the watching Master. All these points ofDiscipleship2, 355:required from the standpoint of the [355] Ashram, which is not the standpoint of the individual. IDiscipleship2, 355:how dimly, that each initiate-group enriches the ashram with its invoked revelation, you will thenDiscipleship2, 356:of the Plan, of directed energy and [356] of the Ashram, as it exists as the servant of humanity.Discipleship2, 357:men in time and cyclic change [357] approach the Ashram. The Ashram stands not still. New lifeDiscipleship2, 357:and cyclic change [357] approach the Ashram. The Ashram stands not still. New life pours in fromDiscipleship2, 357:Master is to teach the disciple to think of the Ashram and to act and serve, think and invoke, as aDiscipleship2, 357:and serve, think and invoke, as a member of the Ashram would normally do. Two thoughts, therefore,Discipleship2, 357:energies which are pouring into and through the Ashram. This he does by realizing himself as aDiscipleship2, 357:type of disciple who is now affiliating with the Ashram and his instinctive demand for group workDiscipleship2, 358:focused will of the many Ashrams within the one Ashram. In those Ashrams, groups of disciples areDiscipleship2, 358:the physical plane, they carry with them to the Ashram the registered sense and the acuteDiscipleship2, 358:- as it is occultly called - the Master in the Ashram can change his techniques, use new ideas uponDiscipleship2, 359:more [359] vitally contributory relation to the Ashram to which he belongs. Discipleship2, 360:communicated to him within the precincts of the Ashram. His ability to use a measure of the trueDiscipleship2, 360:of the true divine Will as it pours through the Ashram from Shamballa for the implementation of theDiscipleship2, 360:his particular point in evolution permits - the Ashram should take to offset the distortion of theDiscipleship2, 361:[361] It is for this reason that disciples in an Ashram are of no political persuasion and own toDiscipleship2, 361:wherein the Plan is taken up by the particular ashram involved in its implementation and is thenDiscipleship2, 361:both in the minds of the disciples in the Ashram who are involved in the implementation of theDiscipleship2, 362:is apt to arise and mistakes can occur. In every ashram are to be found those disciples whose taskDiscipleship2, 363:which is essential for every worker in an Ashram to grasp. This, therefore, concerns you. I alsoDiscipleship2, 364:Formula 1. Concerns integration into the Ashram; it concerns the "revelation of group feeling." ItDiscipleship2, 364:to sensitivity and conditions the life of the Ashram. Formula 2. Concerns alignment in the threeDiscipleship2, 366:time an essential part of the program of the Ashram with which you find yourself affiliated. ThisDiscipleship2, 367:before him, once he is an initiate within the Ashram and is changing his apparatus of perceptionDiscipleship2, 372:to the initiate disciple as he stands within the ashram and perceives - as a result of theDiscipleship2, 374:be termed "a point of projection" within the ashram; this is a point of sevenfold contact,Discipleship2, 375:with and for the Hierarchy. The energy of the ashram of which he may avail himself in the processDiscipleship2, 375:the energy generated by his Master's group, the ashram. Hierarchical energy or the energy ofDiscipleship2, 376:and transmitted to him via the Master of the Ashram with which he is at this time associated. HeDiscipleship2, 383:under the care of the Master of a particular Ashram. Certain of the Masters (usually Masters likeDiscipleship2, 383:then does the disciple-initiate pass into the Ashram of the Master of his ray - one of the seniorDiscipleship2, 383:seven major Ashrams. If he is a disciple in the Ashram of a Master who is on one of the Rays ofDiscipleship2, 383:task of Mahachohan or Lord of Civilization, his Ashram was shifted from the seventh Ray ofDiscipleship2, 383:dispensation"; the rest of the members of his Ashram remained for tuition and training in serviceDiscipleship2, 383:place as the central point of the seventh ray Ashram. Discipleship2, 384:disciple is not, at this time, occupied with the Ashram of which he is a part or with anyDiscipleship2, 384:or with any questionings as to the nature of the Ashram into which he is now entering as anDiscipleship2, 384:consciousness upon the larger whole wherein the Ashram to which he belongs is a part; he isDiscipleship2, 385:and becomes an "active part of a redeeming Ashram." At the later initiations, and after the fifthDiscipleship2, 388:i.e., of the disciples working in an Ashram and preparing for service and for initiation. Hint III.Discipleship2, 390:disciple to see the Plan from the angle of the Ashram and of the Master with increasing clarity;Discipleship2, 391:and recognized by, everybody. The value to the ashram of a trained and functioning disciple lies inDiscipleship2, 391:disciple lies in his ability to "see with the Ashram" that activity which is required, and theDiscipleship2, 391:great panorama of life, he can interpret to the Ashram what he sees of extended evil, what he notesDiscipleship2, 391:ideals are of importance to the Master of his Ashram. His value in this aspect of the hierarchicalDiscipleship2, 392:of the Plan - as Presented to them in the Ashram - are then modified and rearranged so that theDiscipleship2, 412:the aspirant closer to acceptance in a Master's Ashram; it developed the mental apparatus,Discipleship2, 412:and present a barrier to progress into an Ashram. Discipleship2, 413:to be trained by disciples in some one or other Ashram, and gave their attention primarily to thoseDiscipleship2, 414:and thus permitted entrance into the appropriate Ashram? Or has a still higher point been reached,Discipleship2, 414:by ashramic activity and by the aura of the Ashram in which he is now permitted to work, toDiscipleship2, 429:objective set before every Master of or in an Ashram is to see the purposes of Sanat Kumara workingDiscipleship2, 432:the process of Polarization, the Master of his Ashram is permitted to help. The stage ofDiscipleship2, 446:all those who have just been accepted into my Ashram. Such people are not beginners in the world ofDiscipleship2, 446:man is concerned, but from the angle of an Ashram most of you indisputably are. I have therefore toDiscipleship2, 447:the world concept. Your work is inspired from my Ashram; it is an integral part of much largerDiscipleship2, 449:to all you do as a disciple coming forth from my Ashram. This will constitute your cooperativeDiscipleship2, 449:it focused consciously in the Hierarchy, in my Ashram, or where? What is your daily focus as youDiscipleship2, 451:when attempting to incline any life within the Ashram into ways which are, for that unit of life,Discipleship2, 453:The initiate, therefore, as he works within the Ashram, withdraws at the needed times. As heDiscipleship2, 454:along which your service, as a disciple in my Ashram, should proceed. You have already initiatedDiscipleship2, 455:can change that. You are integrated into my Ashram; you have my confidence and trust; the love ofDiscipleship2, 455:love of your brothers in the outer group of the Ashram surrounds you at all times. Seek to get inDiscipleship2, 455:blessing rest upon you, and the service of my Ashram holds you. [456] Discipleship2, 456:action and the group effect does affect the Ashram. The quality of the vibration which is felt whenDiscipleship2, 458:worthy of all aid, and though temporarily in my Ashram, is a powerful worker in the Ashram of K.H.Discipleship2, 458:in my Ashram, is a powerful worker in the Ashram of K.H. - his Master and mine. You can work alsoDiscipleship2, 459:disciple) seek entrance into the life of the Ashram and thus contact me. This may take time, butDiscipleship2, 464:commands, and in any case you belong to the Ashram of K.H. and will have received your instructionsDiscipleship2, 465:which you had attained - the aura of his Ashram and the aura of mine would act as a shield, andDiscipleship2, 465:disciple of K.H., you are still working in my Ashram, as I remain in close touch with world affairsDiscipleship2, 466:steps which are permitted to the Master of any Ashram in order to draw you into a very closeDiscipleship2, 470:(or loaned if I might call it so) to aid in my Ashram. We discussed the subject as to whether theDiscipleship2, 470:few years did not warrant your return to the Ashram of K.H.; the work there would be hard but not
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