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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ASPIRANT
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Discipleship1, 538:you from the plodding, fairly satisfactory aspirant into the disciple whose heart and mind areDiscipleship1, 551:salvation) which engrossed the attention of the aspirant. Naught else was considered. Then came theDiscipleship1, 571:actively working in the Ashram. She still is an aspirant and fails to take that decisive step whichDiscipleship1, 571:to take that decisive step which transforms an aspirant into a disciple. Discipleship1, 598:- L.T.S-K. July 1933 MY BROTHER: The way of the aspirant climaxes at times, and might be, describedDiscipleship1, 601:but poor intuitive mentality and a befogged aspirant. In all love, I say this to you and in anDiscipleship1, 602:a sense of this urgency - an urgency that the aspirant seldom feels himself. Life has offered youDiscipleship1, 610:to my instructions. Balance is ever, for the aspirant, a major objective. The two sentences which IDiscipleship1, 612:desired to thrust into my group of disciples an aspirant who, in a later life, will shift herDiscipleship1, 619:of the work; glamor about a certain sad little aspirant; glamor about your scientific capacityDiscipleship1, 631:of the soul. The advanced man and the aspirant [632] work from mental levels, producing theDiscipleship1, 680:need to tune in, as far as the individual aspirant can, on world need as it is gradually emerging.Discipleship1, 683:of thought which are the major undertaking of an aspirant's life are not the major undertaking ofDiscipleship1, 697:the Ashram to meet the need and help every aspirant to pass off the Probationary Path on to theDiscipleship1, 715:Master himself doing anything directly with the aspirant. The stage is one of pure mysticism and ofDiscipleship1, 715:stage, therefore, in the training of such an aspirant is to relate him to a more advanced discipleDiscipleship1, 715:for this is that the disciple is closer to the aspirant, far from perfection himself and is alsoDiscipleship1, 716:and usually is spread over several lives. The aspirant at this stage runs from one teacher toDiscipleship1, 716:stage of volatility; his task is to see that the aspirant escapes from this "network of futility,"Discipleship1, 716:the Master pays no attention whatsoever to the aspirant. It will be a long time before the aspirantDiscipleship1, 716:the aspirant. It will be a long time before the aspirant will be admitted into his presence andDiscipleship1, 716:widely separated intervals; it is only when the aspirant has reached the point where he "can enterDiscipleship1, 719:type of mind - the mind of the average aspirant. The chela is, therefore, at this stage guarded andDiscipleship1, 719:within the range of comprehension of the average aspirant. [720] As far as these aspirants areDiscipleship1, 722:do, for the Light ever reveals. These are: The aspirant makes a transition in consciousness fromDiscipleship1, 722:chela gives definite aid and guidance. The aspirant learns to distinguish, eventually infallibly,Discipleship1, 722:infallibly, between the pairs of opposites. The aspirant becomes aware of glamor as something fromDiscipleship1, 723:are learned. Whilst this is going on, the aspirant remains unaware of the Master's interest in him.Discipleship1, 724:useful and able to communicate with the aspirant. It might be pointed out that, in the past, suchDiscipleship1, 724:recognition in the mind and brain of the aspirant. Today, this method still persists in theDiscipleship1, 724:of their Master) in working directly with the aspirant upon the physical plane, thus involvingDiscipleship1, 725:provide points for discussion. The disciple or aspirant who has glaring faults and who fails toDiscipleship1, 726:just what karma must be worked out by the aspirant in his charge, during this incarnation. He mustDiscipleship1, 727:of accepted discipleship. When the demand of the aspirant, the guiding disciple's recommendation,Discipleship1, 736:Most of the reflection carried on by the aspirant is based upon his innate realization that he doesDiscipleship1, 745:form will lead to trouble both to the individual aspirant and to his group. Spiritual tension, as aDiscipleship1, 748:must ever be borne in mind. To the average aspirant, the implications of this stage of discipleshipDiscipleship1, 765:in the experience of even the advanced aspirant. When we are considering the last three stages, weDiscipleship1, 766:individual form nature. The objective of each aspirant is to expand his consciousness to includeDiscipleship1, 766:would be, whereas the scientist or the aspirant upon the Probationary Path could study such mattersDiscipleship1, 772:This is what is also happening with the world aspirant, Humanity, at this time. Ponder with careDiscipleship1, 779:mine, however, is intended to train the modern aspirant in the control of his astral body, by theDiscipleship2, 5:- certainly not as far as the individual aspirant is concerned. Where world values and where groupDiscipleship2, 12:of life and truth. There is in the life of every aspirant some outstanding tendency which acts as aDiscipleship2, 15:aid the faltering steps of humanity, the world aspirant; together to stand with your backs to theDiscipleship2, 24:or the lazy moving forward of the awakened aspirant. I would ask you to study time in relation toDiscipleship2, 25:with two problems: The problem of the unawakened aspirant. The problem of the learned disciple.Discipleship2, 54:concentration, which enabled the confident aspirant to "hold the mind steady in the light." Then,Discipleship2, 63:naturally unaware of the individual disciple or aspirant, he is not unaware of their massed effect,Discipleship2, 70:is purification and character building. The aspirant is then still upon the Probationary Path. WhenDiscipleship2, 78:my Ashram, but only as an intelligent, trained aspirant who is privileged to be used in building upDiscipleship2, 91:2. Affiliation with an Ashram subjects the aspirant to intensified stimulation; in many cases itDiscipleship2, 91:energy pouring into the personality, via the aspirant's own soul, fostered the emergence of thatDiscipleship2, 94:of the world must grasp. At the same time the aspirant must realize that the ideas are of no realDiscipleship2, 102:recognitions which is essential to the spiritual aspirant is that the Hierarchy is completelyDiscipleship2, 109:which is so frequently circulated by the average aspirant. This whole business of occult gossip andDiscipleship2, 121:nature of the process and they also enable the aspirant to grasp somewhat the nature of theDiscipleship2, 121:These are as yet in the case of the average aspirant, practically entirely quiescent and onlyDiscipleship2, 121:other point is awakening, as in the case of the aspirant, or is totally awakened as is the case ofDiscipleship2, 121:importance and serves to clarify the mind of the aspirant because it is symbolic again of theDiscipleship2, 126:presented to you. Forget not that the aspirant to the Mysteries proceeds blindly in the earlyDiscipleship2, 145:that you must work as a mind, and not as an aspirant or from the angle of memory. Think on this.Discipleship2, 157:the esotericist. It covers every grade of human aspirant from the newly accepted disciple up to andDiscipleship2, 179:and demonstrate to you how they can lead the aspirant on, step by step, from knowledge into wisdom;Discipleship2, 179:by you they can change you from a heart-focused aspirant to an ashramic worker, implementing theDiscipleship2, 188:in that way. When the trained disciple or the aspirant in training uses it, he will assume theDiscipleship2, 192:is higher than the vertical life of the aspirant, than his horizontal life of service, andDiscipleship2, 193:bridge is not created the consciousness of the aspirant cannot focus in the Ashram or upon theDiscipleship2, 199:form, it is that which reveals to the aspirant and to the Hierarchy the Heart of the Sun, and - inDiscipleship2, 206:alignment is going on, and when the individual aspirant can so [207] meditate that his voice canDiscipleship2, 215:mystic, 2. Prayer; this is the stage wherein the aspirant, the mystic or the spiritually inclinedDiscipleship2, 218:concentrated meditation of the individual aspirant, in the united reflection and meditation of theDiscipleship2, 237:upon, impressed upon and followed up by an aspirant, will enable him to reach an understanding ofDiscipleship2, 253:are three phases which concern the initiate-aspirant's reactions. There is first of all the visionDiscipleship2, 282:enough to work in the world of being. The aspirant is endeavoring to grasp the purpose of the worldDiscipleship2, 290:to recognize that in the head of the developing aspirant there is a mechanism of great potency,Discipleship2, 296:a planetary scale, and then man the reorienting aspirant, will become man the accepted disciple. IDiscipleship2, 298:development. As I oft have told you, the average aspirant confounds will with determination, withDiscipleship2, 316:discipleship should be imparted to the waiting aspirant, the misunderstood principle of occultDiscipleship2, 320:indicate a revelation, and ground the thinking aspirant in the world of meaning because it is inDiscipleship2, 323:occasionally happens to the well-intentioned aspirant, and as relatively unpredictable andDiscipleship2, 327:undergone by you. It is not easy for the average aspirant to realize that progressive stages uponDiscipleship2, 327:ability to "take the Light." When the aspirant prays in the new Invocation: "Let Light descend onDiscipleship2, 334:the stability of its hold; his treatment of the aspirant is therefore based upon that recognition,Discipleship2, 334:recognition, and not upon any analysis of the aspirant's lack of development. This is a point ofDiscipleship2, 334:with the soul grip and intention, and with the aspirant's habitual response to soul energy, whenDiscipleship2, 335:of mind where understanding so controls that the aspirant no longer praises or blames; because ofDiscipleship2, 337:as the sentimental sixth or second ray untrained aspirant is prone to interpret it. It can takeDiscipleship2, 338:like a golden thread through the thinking of the aspirant. It is connected in his mind withDiscipleship2, 338:statement to the majority of people. For the aspirant, whether his goal is the Path of DiscipleshipDiscipleship2, 341:were fruitful and of use even to the advanced aspirant. Discipleship2, 347:however, which can be used by the uninitiated aspirant. The use, through understanding, of theseDiscipleship2, 355:made to you, then you will be functioning as an aspirant and not as a disciple. If, however, youDiscipleship2, 355:three are that of the probationary disciple or aspirant, that of the accepted disciple and that ofDiscipleship2, 359:Thus affairs are changed on Earth." To the aspirant, the statement re planning fixes his attentionDiscipleship2, 360:This hint is not concerned with a part which an aspirant must play as an individual, nor does itDiscipleship2, 366:the program of a disciple and of an ordinary aspirant are not in any way identical. Program will -Discipleship2, 366:these three activities are relatively new to the aspirant and present as yet great difficulties.Discipleship2, 378:to the initiate than are those which the average aspirant and disciple regard as astoundingDiscipleship2, 382:life. As a result of this decentralization the aspirant grows increasingly towards a more complete
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