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

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Discipleship2, 548:I am now giving to this group of disciples in my Ashram, of whom you are one. It is not that eachDiscipleship2, 548:relation with the soul, and therefore with the Ashram. This was peculiarly so in the work of theDiscipleship2, 548:three basic principles governing all work in an Ashram. I refer not here to occult principles ofDiscipleship2, 549:the less is this the case, for the life of the Ashram and an increasing steady contact with theDiscipleship2, 549:entire circle of ashramic life - both within the Ashram and within the field of its interior andDiscipleship2, 549:suggestion. The beginner and newcomer in the Ashram, new in his service (from the angle of hisDiscipleship2, 549:of a sense of power which relation to the Ashram always conveys, and new in his joyous reaction toDiscipleship2, 549:as he enters more deeply into the life of the Ashram and into the aura of his Master, and as hisDiscipleship2, 550:that he does as his response to the life of the Ashram, as his contribution to the work of theDiscipleship2, 550:Ashram, as his contribution to the work of the Ashram, and thus eventually comes to the point whereDiscipleship2, 550:and only the need to be met and the power of the Ashram to meet that need remain. This marks aDiscipleship2, 550:the love, the knowledge and the life of the Ashram which constitute in the last analysis what isDiscipleship2, 550:"cycles of speech," could it not? Yet within the Ashram, if those cycles of speech are to beDiscipleship2, 550:the significances, it might be stated that an Ashram has three circles (I refer not here to gradesDiscipleship2, 550:may not penetrate too far and thus disturb the Ashram. The circle of those who know the law ofDiscipleship2, 550:not a word. They know not yet the silence of the Ashram. [551] The circle of those who live withinDiscipleship2, 551:response to the power of the life of the Ashram, and to the mind and the love of the Master of theDiscipleship2, 551:to the mind and the love of the Master of the Ashram. It is upon these potencies I would have youDiscipleship2, 552:I earlier referred as governing the life of the Ashram - Group Integration and Right of Access -Discipleship2, 553:sound can safely be added to the sound of the Ashram, enriching its volume, adding quality to itsDiscipleship2, 554:eventuate. Endeavor always to live within the Ashram, which is insulated from glamor, and act "asDiscipleship2, 554:glamor, and act "as if" the consciousness of the Ashram was intrinsically your consciousness. GoDiscipleship2, 554:rendering "as if" you remained immovable in the Ashram; live always "as if" the eyes of the entireDiscipleship2, 554:live always "as if" the eyes of the entire Ashram were upon you. For the remainder of your life letDiscipleship2, 555:The inner relation of the group to me and to the Ashram and towards each other is as strong as itDiscipleship2, 555:it. The further a disciple penetrates into the Ashram, the less need he finds for contact with theDiscipleship2, 556:submits himself to "the sustaining aura of the Ashram." In my last two communications to you I leftDiscipleship2, 556:He is then "permitted to move throughout the Ashram without impediment, and all the Plan is safeDiscipleship2, 557:if you acted as if you were anchored in the Ashram and not just on the periphery? Do not be vagueDiscipleship2, 557:dedicate yourself to the service of the Ashram for this life and the next. Say the new Invocation,Discipleship2, 558:relationship disappears. You stand now within my Ashram with clearer knowledge [559] and a moreDiscipleship2, 559:much to interpret the work that emanates from my Ashram and thus aid seeking souls. To this work IDiscipleship2, 560:around him, preparatory to forming his own Ashram in a still later life. Thus the whole question ofDiscipleship2, 560:Master, and the disciple finds his way into the Ashram along the line or the beam of his ownDiscipleship2, 560:activity, which has been akin to that of the Ashram. There, the intensified training he receivesDiscipleship2, 560:him as their chosen helper and guide. Thus is an Ashram formed - each on its ray vibration, andDiscipleship2, 560:for the Arcane School. Each disciple in my Ashram should be aware of the intent that this life andDiscipleship2, 560:particular theme during the coming year. The Ashram pulsates with life. Its radiation penetratesDiscipleship2, 561:central [561] point of light, the Master in his Ashram. The Master waits. He moves not forth butDiscipleship2, 561:The chela enters through the door into the Ashram and stands before the Master of his life. HeDiscipleship2, 561:As one by one the chelas find their way into the Ashram and to the central Light, the light thereinDiscipleship2, 561:light therein intensifies. The radiation of the Ashram waxes to a great intensity. The tiny beam ofDiscipleship2, 561:gloom and is seen by those who wait. Within the Ashram I have taken my place. My little light isDiscipleship2, 561:and my friend, travel life's way; work in my Ashram; aid your fellowmen, and know the joy ofDiscipleship2, 561:during this past year and your light within the Ashram shines brighter. I think that it is onlyDiscipleship2, 562:deepen, to integrate more consciously into the Ashram, and to focus with definite intention uponDiscipleship2, 563:shorter. On the lower turn of the spiral, the Ashram is to the disciple what the courts ofDiscipleship2, 563:meditation last year upon the theme of the Ashram. I trust you have followed it with care. TheDiscipleship2, 563:the presented opportunity) for transfer into the Ashram of the Master K.H. As you know, one of theDiscipleship2, 563:certain disciples who had never been in the Ashram of either the Master K.H. or the Master M. soDiscipleship2, 563:Master M. so that they could transfer out of my Ashram into theirs; among these you will findDiscipleship2, 564:before you can move on to the more potent Ashram of K.H. The potency of an Ashram is necessarilyDiscipleship2, 564:the more potent Ashram of K.H. The potency of an Ashram is necessarily dependent upon the status,Discipleship2, 564:the energy of Shamballa which will pour into the Ashram. The Master K.H., being a Chohan and one ofDiscipleship2, 565:each week establishing a closer link with my Ashram and with me. My Ashram might be called theDiscipleship2, 565:a closer link with my Ashram and with me. My Ashram might be called the doorway to the Ashram ofDiscipleship2, 565:me. My Ashram might be called the doorway to the Ashram of the Master K.H., and some day you willDiscipleship2, 565:understanding, prior to transfer into the Ashram of K.H. This transfer will eventually take place,Discipleship2, 566:pressure which is ever to be experienced in the Ashram of a Chohan. Mine, as you know, is an AshramDiscipleship2, 566:the Ashram of a Chohan. Mine, as you know, is an Ashram subsidiary to his. Why, therefore, did IDiscipleship2, 566:I am trying to convey anent the work done in the Ashram of a Master or that done in the Ashram of aDiscipleship2, 566:in the Ashram of a Master or that done in the Ashram of a Chohan would come to you if you meditatedDiscipleship2, 568:to all who are actively affiliated with my Ashram. The circumstances of your life are such that youDiscipleship2, 569:its life purpose. You render recognition to the Ashram with which you are connected and to theDiscipleship2, 579:to see in all the members of this group in my Ashram is a process of deepening, carried forwardDiscipleship2, 579:and constructive. Your particular work in my Ashram is (as well you know) connected with theDiscipleship2, 579:or the outer world, for he only takes into his Ashram those who are in preparation for the thirdDiscipleship2, 580:times and you are very active in the work of my Ashram. You do not require, therefore, to holdDiscipleship2, 582:to use both methods under the inspiration of the Ashram. The result should be most effectiveDiscipleship2, 582:of any work you may undertake for me and for the Ashram. You would find it useful to make a studyDiscipleship2, 583:of disciples with which you are associated in my Ashram have the seventh ray as the controllingDiscipleship2, 584:if you study them with care, the life of the Ashram - of all Ashrams. That life is one of inner andDiscipleship2, 584:penetrating closer to the heart of the Ashram and are now known there and recognized by the seniorDiscipleship2, 585:of acceptance and upon the periphery of the Ashram, even though your consciousness registered itDiscipleship2, 585:ask you every Sunday to endeavor to contact the Ashram and myself (expecting no outer indication ofDiscipleship2, 586:other people who have been in receipt of "the Ashram papers," the Fourteen Rules for Disciples andDiscipleship2, 586:up a linking thread and tracing it to the Ashram, thereby definitely strengthening the inner link.Discipleship2, 586:for they are still active in the service of the Ashram. I give you this task because of yourDiscipleship2, 586:sensitive registration of the quality of the Ashram with which he may be affiliated and aDiscipleship2, 587:the assistance of some of the disciples in my Ashram in producing a consolidation and integrationDiscipleship2, 587:a consolidation and integration within the Ashram itself? It is a new Ashram; there are only threeDiscipleship2, 587:within the Ashram itself? It is a new Ashram; there are only three as new as is this one. IDiscipleship2, 587:recall to you and to your group brothers that an Ashram is in reality a dynamic spiritualDiscipleship2, 587:thought-form, vitalized by the Master of the Ashram and by the initiates and disciples associatedDiscipleship2, 588:and those of you who are now disciples in my Ashram can begin to make the needed effort. It willDiscipleship2, 594:during fifteen years since you passed into my Ashram to get the training which will enable youDiscipleship2, 594:will enable you later to take a position in the Ashram of your own Master - a position similar toDiscipleship2, 594:- a position similar to that of A.A.B. in the Ashram of K.H. You have learnt rapidly and movedDiscipleship2, 594:to fit themselves to be on the periphery of some Ashram and there trained for discipleship. YouDiscipleship2, 595:been along first ray lines as taught in the Ashram of the Master Morya. This few people understand.Discipleship2, 596:preparatory work. First of all, there is the Ashram of the Master K.H.; this is the presidingDiscipleship2, 596:Ashram of the Master K.H.; this is the presiding Ashram in this work owing to the fact that it is aDiscipleship2, 596:work owing to the fact that it is a second ray Ashram and, therefore, upon the same line of energyDiscipleship2, 596:higher and more important work. Next comes the Ashram of the Master Morya; the reason for this isDiscipleship2, 596:procedure is projected from Shamballa and the Ashram of the Master Morya is ever in close touchDiscipleship2, 598:into that service which will (within the Ashram) enable K.H. to do more deeply spiritual work inDiscipleship2, 598:psychology which is the major task in each Ashram and particularly in the second ray Ashram. YouDiscipleship2, 598:each Ashram and particularly in the second ray Ashram. You ask if there is aught that you can do.Discipleship2, 606:opportunity when it may come. Move forward in my Ashram; the middle Place within that Ashram is theDiscipleship2, 606:in my Ashram; the middle Place within that Ashram is the outer Place within the center of K.H. You
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