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

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Glamour, 52:of the problem. It might be expressed thus: An aspirant succeeds in contacting his soul or egoGlamour, 64:This form of error seldom applies to the average aspirant and concerns an illusion which is theGlamour, 67:major divisions) can be divided as follows: The Aspirant - Probationary Path - Concentration -Glamour, 69:aspirants but that they - along with the world aspirant, humanity - are primarily occupied withGlamour, 72:and must be dealt with as such. The disciple or aspirant who is seeking to dispel glamor, either inGlamour, 77:one of the potent glamors of the really devoted aspirant. They are devoted to a cause, to aGlamour, 80:- A World Problem - The Nature of Glamor As the aspirant learns to free himself from the glamorsGlamour, 85:a consciously sensed reality to the struggling aspirant. It is for this reason that I have statedGlamour, 85:mean deception from the angle of the soul. The aspirant has to learn to stand free from illusion,Glamour, 88:- A World Problem - The Nature of Glamor When an aspirant reaches that point in his evolutionGlamour, 88:the sequence of human unfoldment. The individual aspirant is apt to think only in terms of himselfGlamour, 91:another and higher pair of opposites. The aspirant has, therefore, three pairs of opposites withGlamour, 94:and misinterpretations which confront the aspirant at every step of his way until he achievesGlamour, 96:stage only takes place [96] ages later when the aspirant is about to reorient himself to truth andGlamour, 97:in the early stages (where the average type of aspirant is concerned) into a temporary astral unityGlamour, 101:thinking man, whether disciple or well-meaning aspirant, or an initiate of the first and secondGlamour, 108:astral consciousness in the physically polarized aspirant of that time, was due to the fact thatGlamour, 109:and served to distract the attention of the aspirant away from reality. May I again re-emphasizeGlamour, 109:and the multiplicity of opposites by which the aspirant is today faced. [110] Each of these racialGlamour, 111:glamor. The major glamor is the reaction of the aspirant to the truth, to reality when he firstGlamour, 116:Many such questions arise in the mind of the aspirant. They indicate dilemma, bewilderment, aGlamour, 118:the strife. Thus, the ascertaining (by the aspirant) of his ray influence is one of the first stepsGlamour, 131:a distortion of the truth, and the disciple or aspirant inevitably pledges himself to a partialGlamour, 150:in another life) in such a manner that the aspirant will find himself more able to function as aGlamour, 159:the most powerful, just as in the life of the aspirant, his personality is as yet the dominantGlamour, 178:and in the Raja Yoga systems have prepared the aspirant. These stages begin where the usualGlamour, 191:stages: The stage wherein the beginner and the aspirant endeavor to eradicate glamor out of theirGlamour, 191:various glamors which veil the truth from the aspirant. The stage wherein the aspirant and discipleGlamour, 191:truth from the aspirant. The stage wherein the aspirant and disciple work with the light of theGlamour, 200:satisfy desire. From these forms the individual aspirant has ever to rid himself, emerging after soGlamour, 201:types of glamor be given to the disciple and aspirant, with the emphasis upon the immediate need orGlamour, 202:of all consider the mode by which the individual aspirant can succeed in dissipating the glamorsGlamour, 208:meditation work. A point then comes where the aspirant discovers that this inner light can be used,Glamour, 209:revealing some phase of the glamor to which the aspirant most easily responds. This first focusedGlamour, 209:lights was entirely a form process and the aspirant is actuated entirely by his personality forcesGlamour, 210:upon the material plane. But, in the case of the aspirant, the power to meditate upon spiritualGlamour, 211:and leads to an unfoldment which prepares the aspirant to work scientifically; it is not a processGlamour, 214:me briefly offer for the use of the individual aspirant a formula whereby he may aid in freeingGlamour, 214:or glamors. I will tabulate the process, and the aspirant would do well to follow it as given,Glamour, 214:of his astral body. I would suggest that no aspirant attempt to tackle the problem of glamor as aGlamour, 216:is not turned to the astral body of the aspirant, seeking to do the work. This is a statement ofGlamour, 216:type of glamor with which he is concerned, the aspirant or disciple begins to destroy his share inGlamour, 217:accomplished, a pause then ensues wherein the aspirant focuses all the will he has behind the lightGlamour, 218:concentration, realization and relationship, the aspirant then (by an act of the will and of theGlamour, 219:followed by a process of withdrawing wherein the aspirant consciously and deliberately withdrawsGlamour, 219:it in as full a manner as possible so that the aspirant may clearly apprehend what he is intendedGlamour, 219:following of the required conditions, the aspirant will follow it well-nigh automatically and allGlamour, 221:It is exceedingly hard to induce the sixth ray aspirant to admit that he is held [222] by a glamor,Glamour, 222:is evidenced by the inability of the third ray aspirant and disciple to convey his meaning clearlyGlamour, 225:one of the factors which enables the sixth ray aspirant to transfer off the minor sixth ray andGlamour, 233:and gain strength from the experience of the aspirant and from his familiarity with their use. ThisGlamour, 236:into the glamor. The glamor is named and the aspirant says with tension inaudibly: "The power ofGlamour, 236:behind the glamor." The OM is sounded by the aspirant, producing an Act of Penetration. ThisGlamour, 236:impact, penetration and dissipation. The aspirant, having done his work, withdraws himselfGlamour, 246:the Etheric Plane We will now assume that the aspirant is aware of the need for him to establish aGlamour, 251:triangle of forces, available for the use of the aspirant and the probationary disciple. The innerGlamour, 251:soul energy. The disciplined reoriented aspirant, however, integrated and focused in his purifiedGlamour, 254:fortunately, also, the purpose of the average aspirant is so weak that he is incapable ofGlamour, 257:thought and when they are not the result of the aspirant attaining and adhering to a point ofGlamour, 257:by some idea. It is here that the average aspirant fails so often. He is usually so intenselyGlamour, 258:the physical appetites and makes the task of the aspirant much harder as he seeks to sublimate theGlamour, 258:in which these exercises are misapplied, the aspirant remains in a static and unprofitableGlamour, 258:active and the point of tension from which the aspirant then works is found in the personality andGlamour, 259:expelling that which hinders, ridding the aspirant of all remaining glamors and maya, andGlamour, 261:a rounded out unfoldment; it enables the aspirant to [262] become truly the Observer and to knowGlamour, 263:of tension from which the observing disciple or aspirant is working. The point of tension becomesGlamour, 264:fairly simple and easy of accomplishment as the aspirant reads these fairly simple elucidations ofGlamour, 271:produce in the disciple and as they affect the aspirant. I have not considered the problem ofHealing, 10:for the general mental equipment of the average aspirant and disciple is inadequate to the task.Healing, 34:With the intelligentsia of the world and the aspirant (those ready for, or already on, theHealing, 35:plane itself, which is finally identified by the aspirant or disciple, and becomes so utterlyHealing, 43:at times and, temporarily in the case of the aspirant, turns inwards. Just as the centers in man,Healing, 43:oriented towards the soul. In the mystic, the aspirant and the disciple, the process of thusHealing, 45:via soul Will Causal body Jewel in the lotus Aspirant - Disciple - Mystic - Dominant after 2ndHealing, 55:Frequently an advanced human being, such as an aspirant or a disciple, may have freed himself fromHealing, 66:a whole, or down the ages. The more advanced the aspirant, the greater probability there is thatHealing, 138:the diaphragm. [138] A cycle in the life of the aspirant wherein personality control begins toHealing, 138:B. Certain objectives present themselves to the aspirant at various stages, and each involvesHealing, 138:the centers. The objective before the aspirant or the probationary disciple is to transfer theHealing, 139:you remember that they are generalizations. No aspirant at any stage is perfectly clear cut in hisHealing, 152:and the average man. The throat center for the aspirant and probationary disciple. The ajna centerHealing, 153:genuinely possible when the creative life of the aspirant shifts from the sacral center into theHealing, 160:the heart center becomes active, the individual aspirant is slowly drawn into an increasinglyHealing, 169:the heart from the soul, just in so far as the aspirant is in touch with his soul. This leads toHealing, 169:advanced development of the solar plexus in the aspirant, which has its own effect upon the heartHealing, 170:man, and its control is a vital goal for the aspirant. He must transmute desire into aspiration.Healing, 186:cases (which do so much harm) is that the aspirant, through his ignorant curiosity and by an effortHealing, 193:constitute a conscious problem and one which the aspirant must himself tackle - thus revealing toHealing, 214:the entire structure of centers, where the aspirant and the disciple are concerned: The upwardHealing, 215:various stages upon the Path are trodden by the aspirant. The five rays with which a disciple hasHealing, 239:said about the violent inhibition imposed by an aspirant upon all emotional reactions and feelings.Healing, 293:of inharmonic and disease. To the intuitive aspirant some meaning will emerge, but he must everHealing, 324:of a most definite nature. From the angle of the aspirant, these methods are called purification.Healing, 334:and sometimes entire incarnations wherein an aspirant subjects himself to a discipline of food,Healing, 356:healing energies, but the average intelligent aspirant as yet cannot. The initiate knows the sourceHealing, 361:of the matter in the astral body of the advanced aspirant is taken from (and is therefore sensitiveHealing, 406:emotion which takes place for the individual aspirant at the time of the second initiation. It isHealing, 429:man, the mental type of individual, the aspirant, disciple or initiate, the thread of consciousnessHealing, 447:in a somewhat similar [447] condition. For the aspirant, death is an immediate entrance into aHealing, 453:are separate and distinct, and this every aspirant has to learn. - Pages 402-403
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