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

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Magic, 151:concentration and it is in this moment that the aspirant must seize opportunity. Herein lies aMagic, 152:of the Life-Breath is the whole art at which the aspirant, the disciple, and the initiate work,Magic, 152:and rightly studied it would lead each aspirant out of the phenomenal world into the kingdom of theMagic, 158:suggestions which, when followed, will lead the aspirant on to experiment and to experience ofMagic, 158:thought-forms is part of the work done by every aspirant in the daily meditation process. If theMagic, 160:disappears. Many forms, thus constructed by an aspirant in his meditation work are lost and fail inMagic, 160:because of the chaotic and whirling state of the aspirant's emotional body. Thus good intentionsMagic, 161:many other "conditions of the waters" which each aspirant can for himself supply. There is one moreMagic, 162:have to be grasped and discounted by the aspirant as he seeks to serve from mental levels. In theMagic, 166:period may be long or short according as the aspirant is entering into the subjective consciousnessMagic, 167:but can be somewhat used. The karma of the aspirant is such that it becomes possible for him,Magic, 168:as to the advisability of admitting the aspirant within the group aura, and of blending hisMagic, 168:betwixt the Master and the newly accepted aspirant. He works with the new disciple, stepping downMagic, 168:The Soul and its Thought-Forms All this time the aspirant remains in ignorance of what has happenedMagic, 169:powers, and their use for self assertion. The aspirant has to grow in all parts of his nature, butMagic, 171:many mental types test out the struggling aspirant, and he gets from his personality all that heMagic, 177:are tried, suited to the nature of the [177] aspirant or chela. Some have brains that actMagic, 180:you have sufficient development to enable the aspirant to receive dictation. In the fourth case,Magic, 182:from questioning until more is known. Then the aspirant is urged to question everything. May IMagic, 183:and disabilities which should engross the aspirant's attention. Curiosity as to the habits andMagic, 183:in the head. He investigates the karma of the aspirant. He notes his service in the world. UnlessMagic, 184:the Threshold. Thus the first thing of which the aspirant becomes aware is that which he knows toMagic, 186:group. A Master also studies the condition of an aspirant's physical body and of the subtler bodiesMagic, 188:for which the Master looks is one upon which the aspirant has the least to say and may veryMagic, 188:or writing are often wrongly interpreted by the aspirant as service. The Master looks not at aMagic, 189:the knowledge here conveyed is assimilated, the aspirant will come to an understanding of the trueMagic, 189:subject is of vital importance to the modern aspirant, for the mechanism of the heart, the throat,Magic, 190:and become part of the purposed intent of the aspirant's training. It is easy to generalize. It isMagic, 192:and carried up to the throat center, then the aspirant becomes a conscious creative force in theMagic, 192:of group love, and group purpose which makes the aspirant a server of humanity and a fit associateMagic, 193:developing the higher faculties and leading the aspirant (if I might express it in mysticalMagic, 193:A sense of values will be lacking, and the aspirant will over-estimate the non-essentials and failMagic, 194:Heart, Throat and Eye It is not possible for the aspirant to work with and utilize all these sevenMagic, 195:nature expresses itself, until such time as the aspirant brings [196] about the neededMagic, 197:purpose and plan. The first center which the aspirant seeks consciously to energize and on which heMagic, 198:outlet. These points should be remembered by the aspirant. He is facing a most complex problem. HeMagic, 200:are the result of character building. So oft the aspirant is anxious to be told some new thing andMagic, 200:importance from the standpoint of the average aspirant. Let us then enumerate them in tabulatedMagic, 200:and it is the training he receives as an aspirant that makes such a step possible. Each of usMagic, 203:motive emerges. Again, let me illustrate: An aspirant in the early stages is practically always aMagic, 207:effectual and which follows the trend of the aspirant's thought. If, for instance, a man thinksMagic, 207:correct understanding. Step by step must the aspirant proceed and his theory must not persistentlyMagic, 211:I would like to point out to the investigating aspirant that the key to the situation depicted inMagic, 212:So many factors govern this awakening, and each aspirant has to determine for himself the order andMagic, 213:to the light of the spiritual sun. As the aspirant develops he becomes aware of the light. I referMagic, 213:life, and not just to the light within the aspirant himself. As his awareness of this lightMagic, 221:is made. One of the most vital things every aspirant has to do is to learn to understand the astralMagic, 221:first definitely seen by the "opened eye" of the aspirant is one of dense fog, confusion, changingMagic, 221:ground of forces. Because the forces in the aspirant's [222] own body are equally in disorder, heMagic, 222:the world. One of the first things then that the aspirant has to learn is to dissociate his ownMagic, 223:response. Through this illusory panorama, the aspirant has to make his way, finding the clue orMagic, 224:whereon must be found the Waterloo of every aspirant. In some one life, there comes an emotionalMagic, 224:the great world illusion, and to this end every aspirant is begged to work strenuously and to lendMagic, 225:is the narrow line between these pairs which the aspirant finds and treads, turning neither to theMagic, 228:the plane of dual forces. The first thing the aspirant becomes aware of is duality. The littleMagic, 228:is that of unity. But in between is the wretched aspirant, conscious of duality above all else andMagic, 229:By the exercise of the two main weapons of the aspirant, discrimination and dispassion, he gainsMagic, 230:sign language, so a vital power is felt in the aspirant. This eventually brings the third eye intoMagic, 230:demonstrates its first activity in enabling the aspirant to achieve a point of balance and so standMagic, 230:"a choice is made". What is that choice? For the aspirant, it is that between rapid and slowMagic, 230:is his problem. All however prepares the aspirant for right choice through right discriminationMagic, 231:by stage. First, it is the battered earth-weary aspirant who has to struggle with desire, withMagic, 235:immediate work and activity of the intelligent aspirant. It is the most important in the book fromMagic, 236:recognized and sometimes unrecognized by the aspirant. The soul sounds forth its note. AMagic, 238:is the nursery of infant souls. Hence the aspirant refuses to be held by it. Second, the force ofMagic, 240:Rule Eight - Types of Astral Force The first ray aspirant who fails to overcome his Dweller mayMagic, 240:the Devil is the great prototype. The second ray aspirant who builds his Dweller and permits itsMagic, 243:and nations, and constitute the problem of the aspirant who has built for himself a picture ofMagic, 244:this cyclic force spends itself. Within the aspirant there arises an understanding of what is goingMagic, 244:into his own center. Hence he becomes an aspirant. Magic, 244:Rule Eight - Cyclic Ebb and Flow The life of the aspirant begins to repeat earlier cycles. He isMagic, 245:urge will characterize the mind of the aspirant. To this may succeed a cycle wherein all study isMagic, 245:of phases of thought assail the mind. The aspirant decides that to be is better far than to do.Magic, 245:are no indication of the state of the soul. The aspirant must center himself in the soulMagic, 247:the "light in the head", and it is here that the aspirant takes his stand. This is the spot ofMagic, 249:which is determined by the daily trend of the aspirant's thought life. Another and rather potentMagic, 249:of the astral plane. One of the first things an aspirant becomes aware of is a tendency to theMagic, 250:will produce "death by drowning [250] for the aspirant's spiritual life can be swamped and entirelyMagic, 257:of geometrical forms to the inner eye of the aspirant. The cardinal point emphasized in this ruleMagic, 258:purity need not here be considered by the aspirant. No one in the esoteric groups of the world hasMagic, 258:on the Path is made the thought processes of the aspirant become more potent, and the thought-formsMagic, 259:and stabilizing of right habits is, for the aspirant to discipleship, a prime requisite. Those whoMagic, 260:tendencies of the personality. Though every true aspirant as he grasps the magnitude of the PlanMagic, 264:and more slowly the footsteps of the striving aspirant; and all the time the fourth form is beingMagic, 267:become apparent, and hence the training of the aspirant in right motive as a preparatory step toMagic, 277:to that upheaval in the life of an individual aspirant, which always precedes the passing on to theMagic, 279:right understanding of law and of order. For the aspirant the goal of his endeavor is the correctMagic, 280:day in any man's life, particularly if he is an aspirant or a disciple, when a man cannot work inMagic, 291:The work of the occultist and of the aspirant is to arrive at an understanding of these forces andMagic, 291:concern the first two main groups with which the aspirant has to deal are related entirely to theMagic, 296:with the factors that most nearly concern the aspirant as he faces the problem of understanding andMagic, 298:[298] and on to the final fears of the aspirant - the fear of failure, the fear which has its rootsMagic, 301:in a somewhat similar condition. For the aspirant, death is an immediate entrance into a sphere ofMagic, 304:It is possible also for the more advanced aspirant and those upon the Path of Discipleship toMagic, 318:the building process goes on until finally the aspirant has built so many ramparts around himselfMagic, 319:is the best and easiest [319] way for the aspirant to work. There is then nothing in him which isMagic, 319:teaching and conveys but little to the average aspirant? Such is ever the way in esoteric teaching,Magic, 321:[321] sum up the few thoughts which the average aspirant needs to grasp about the right directionMagic, 322:not as deemed wise. We must remember that every aspirant is a focal point of energy and should be,Magic, 323:the [323] physical brain to the causal body. The aspirant should also strive after that
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