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

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Hercules, 166:music with his life. Ara, the altar, because the aspirant places all upon the altar, not in theHercules, 167:Hercules discovers that although he may be an aspirant and he may have triumphed in Scorpio, heHercules, 168:probably the center of your group. If you are an aspirant, if you are a disciple, the thought andHercules, 175:the bowman with the arrow whereby the achieving aspirant pierced the personality. Here you have theHercules, 184:he had. The outstanding characteristic of the aspirant is endurance and the sign that calls for theHercules, 188:that sign in a loving spirit. The individual aspirant cannot take initiation until he has learnedHercules, 200:headed toward the north is the symbol of the aspirant to the mysteries while the fish on theHercules, 208:leaves untouched no phases in the life of the aspirant and yet links him ceaselessly with cosmicHercules, 208:life may be evoked in the mind of the bewildered aspirant, and he will go forward with freshHercules, 209:as having reached, en masse, the stage of the aspirant, and to regard the race as standing upon theHercules, 210:personal greed has no place in the life of the aspirant who is seeking liberation from the everHercules, 223:which nurtures the Christ child. Sagittarius The aspirant, speeding towards the goal. Pisces Death.Hercules, 229:the results to be achieved. But step by step the aspirant is led along the path of self-knowledge.Initiation, 15:and strenuous right thinking and living of the aspirant himself and not of some occult teacherInitiation, 24:renunciation of all which is the lot of every aspirant at this time. There is no phase of agony, noInitiation, 44:the spark of struggling life and spurs on the aspirant until the momentous day dawns when theyInitiation, 78:and Solar - Chapter VIII - Discipleship As the aspirant progresses he not only balances the pairsInitiation, 78:of this stage might here be mentioned: The aspirant has an appreciation of the occult value ofInitiation, 79:discontent, and misuse. At this stage also the aspirant's life becomes an instrument of destructionInitiation, 91:kind or other. The stages of development of the aspirant might be expressed as follows: He has toInitiation, 155:nine in number, and if duly pondered upon by the aspirant, will reveal to him much anent theInitiation, 156:on the planes in the three worlds. 4. The aspirant, therefore, has mainly three things to do whenInitiation, 157:the physical plane. The three activities of the aspirant must parallel each other, and it will beInitiation, 157:as energy on the physical plane. Only when the aspirant has made real progress in these three linesInitiation, 183:Then the Teacher stands aside and watches the aspirant achieve. As he watches, he recognizes pointsInitiation, 184:the whole daily activity of the true aspirant; the "much" is surmounted and passed, because it isInitiation, 192:There is a great distinction between the terms "aspirant to the Path" and "applicant forInitiation, 198:- cover the stage which we call that of the aspirant, so that when a man becomes an applicant forInitiation, 215:between the two. It is built by the aspirant himself in mental matter. Ashram The center to whichIntellect, 60:perceived, and it begins to dawn upon the aspirant that his life-focus and his consciousness can beIntellect, 67:desire nature, and that the fourth brings the aspirant to the point where prayer can end andIntellect, 91:of the mystical devotee or the intellectual aspirant, there are certain basic requirements whichIntellect, 93:which eventually does three things for the aspirant. It throws a fierce light upon his problems,Intellect, 93:may be), is the characteristic of the true aspirant, and, before we pass on to the way ofIntellect, 97:calls for that implicit obedience which the aspirant renders promptly to the highest impulse whichIntellect, 147:to which meditation brings the eastern aspirant to knowledge. But at this point the parallel breaksIntellect, 149:little more than an attempt of the visionary aspirant to express in words the wonders that he hasIntellect, 158:page 336. Personal feeling is ruled out. The aspirant masters the mind, holds it steady in theIntellect, 169:lines are well aware of this condition. The aspirant does enter the realm of divine energy, andIntellect, 194:of the mind beyond that point to carry the aspirant to his objective; there is the same enteringIntellect, 201:new world begins to make its impress upon the aspirant. This is one reason why persistence andIntellect, 207:life, and the first step for the aspirant is to begin to organize his daily life, regulate hisIntellect, 208:the study of conditions that the modern western aspirant has either to forego the culture of theIntellect, 210:arises at this point: What really happens to the aspirant, psychologically and physiologically, inIntellect, 210:There is a capacity to think with clarity. The aspirant discovers that besides being able to recordIntellect, 213:tendencies of the five senses. So the aspirant is taught the right withdrawal or abstraction of theIntellect, 213:consciousness and the perceptive faculty of the aspirant is synthesized in the head, and turnsIntellect, 214:229-230. Five: When this has been done, and the aspirant is acquiring the ability so to focus inIntellect, 218:the majority of cases this is the fault of the aspirant himself, and women are the worst offendersIntellect, 233:attempt to indicate the initial work that the aspirant to this way has to undertake, it should beIntellect, 233:to keep on going on. Sporadic efforts get the aspirant nowhere; in fact they are definitelyIntellect, 233:work done with regularity, will carry the aspirant much farther than hours of effort given three orIntellect, 234:demanded task "without attachment" as the Hindu aspirant calls it. If success is to be achieved,Intellect, 239:be apparent how necessary it is that the aspirant should be possessed of a well trained andIntellect, 243:closely. We have seen that the deep need of the aspirant is to see that he succeeds in bringingIntellect, 244:if it is not there at all. The desire of the aspirant to make progress, and his strenuous effort,Intellect, 246:of cooperation is not the one which deceived the aspirant. Only when we have begun consciously toIntellect, 247:When He and those associated with Him find an aspirant who is engrossed with the work to be done inIntellect, 248:reiterated. Therefore, the prime duty of every aspirant should be the perfect performance ofIntellect, 251:to do with this kind of dangerous work. No true aspirant, in his efforts to be master of himself,Intellect, 253:other forms of illusion, for the first world the aspirant contacts seems usually to be the psychicIntellect, 255:to serious trouble. The earnest and interested aspirant, at this stage, is himself a difficulty,Intellect, 258:or illegitimate sexual relations. The aspirant to the [259] life of the spirit conforms not only toMagic, 4:as only that of a senior student and of an aspirant to that expansion of consciousness which is forMagic, 4:experience is at the disposal of the earnest aspirant; and the wideness of the vision which I canMagic, 5:application of truth to the daily life of the aspirant. Let us study how we can become practicalMagic, 5:best live the life of a spiritual man, and of an aspirant to accepted discipleship in our ownMagic, 5:analogies, but applying them to the work of the aspirant, and giving practical suggestions for theMagic, 32:until we know it for and in ourselves. I, an aspirant to the higher mysteries, and one who hasMagic, 51:is mental as well as sensory, then truly can the aspirant be prepared for initiation. I would likeMagic, 55:such practical instruction as will enable the aspirant to Understand his own nature. This involvesMagic, 57:in the commentary so as to demonstrate to the aspirant how much is given him for his considerationMagic, 60:the true sun is seen; the path is found and the aspirant struggles forward into ever clearer light.Magic, 62:must not be overlooked in the life of the aspirant. There is an ebb and flow in all nature, and inMagic, 62:a wonderful picturing of an eternal law. As the aspirant adjusts himself to the tides of the soulMagic, 64:of the above thoughts should build in the aspirant a realization of the value of his meditationMagic, 67:lines of activity is not easy to reach and every aspirant knows perplexity. Let us put the problemMagic, 68:then, must be done? One of two things: First the aspirant can follow his inclination and chooseMagic, 70:What, then, is the criterion? For the high grade aspirant, let me repeat, the choice of actionMagic, 78:hindrances may be surmounted. Certain things the aspirant may safely undertake in the equipping ofMagic, 81:and dominates the entire personality the aspirant cannot cooperate with these other lives andMagic, 90:on by the soul on its own plane and that of the aspirant the man manifests (in the physical brain)Magic, 94:and Body Light This thought form, created by the aspirant, is brought into being by the focusedMagic, 94:as three stages. 1. The period wherein the aspirant struggles to achieve that inner quiet andMagic, 96:force, but that is a later stage with which the aspirant need not as yet trouble himself. Let himMagic, 96:correspondence in the light in the head of the aspirant. Magic, 97:also a paralleling activity in the mind, for the aspirant must interpret the vision and utilize theMagic, 97:This is by no means an easy thing to do, but the aspirant has eventually to learn to expressMagic, 98:and experience and conscious activity of the aspirant. I would like also to point out the nature ofMagic, 104:we are concerned with the magical work of the aspirant as a co-worker in the enterprises of theMagic, 106:work cannot proceed. This is foreshadowed in the aspirant when there is enacted a symbolicMagic, 107:produced that inner radiant sun of which the aspirant becomes conscious in his physical brainMagic, 107:karma and achievement, and by the ability of the aspirant to bring down "power from on high", andMagic, 121:[121] As a general rule for the average aspirant to discipleship, it may be safely assumed that theMagic, 127:creation; and facility comes as the attentive aspirant accustoms himself to hear within his brainMagic, 128:Is not truth of equal value if enunciated by an aspirant, a disciple or a Master, or e'en a Christ?Magic, 144:with that aspect of truth which will make the aspirant a practical worker, and so enable him toMagic, 148:endurance and steadfastness of purpose of the aspirant to the very limits. But (and this is theMagic, 148:hint can be given for the reflection of the keen aspirant. We have therefore the following stagesMagic, 150:upon above, can be worked out by the interested aspirant. Next we read "he concentrates his
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