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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ASPIRANT
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Magic, 587:borne in mind that the main task of the aspirant is the handling of energies, both in himself andMagic, 587:connection with the centers - permitted to the aspirant. By that I mean he is not allowed toMagic, 588:of the seven major centers. In this stage, the aspirant is working all around the centers and isMagic, 588:to the ray, personality and egoic, of the aspirant. Hence the difficulty of the subject and theMagic, 590:the centers should ever be undertaken whilst the aspirant is aware of definite impurities in hisMagic, 590:estimate is too optimistic. Better far that the aspirant serves and loves and works and disciplinesMagic, 594:of the skilled teacher. Platitudinously, the aspirant is told that "when the pupil is ready, theMagic, 594:has become a lifelong habit, when the aspirant can at will concentrate his consciousness in theMagic, 595:be remembered that when a Master [595] takes an aspirant into His group of disciples, that aspirantMagic, 595:an aspirant into His group of disciples, that aspirant is, for a long time, a liability and oft aMagic, 595:not and They need not until such time as the aspirant has used to the full the knowledge which heMagic, 603:This esoteric sense is the main need of the aspirant at [604] this time of the world history. UntilMagic, 609:has been somewhat brought about, we then have he aspirant joining that intermediate group ofMagic, 612:be given which will serve to encourage the true aspirant to think and may alas, only irritate theMagic, 612:an occult sense is not based on fact. Any true aspirant knows that his spiritual progress can beMagic, 615:and water" - but these are the rules for the aspirant. The rules for initiates of a parallelingMagic, 617:are given to no man but are rendered by the aspirant to his own soul when that soul has conveyed toMagic, 618:treatise on the magical work of the individual aspirant I seek to do two things: Indicate theMagic, 621:may serve to indicate the responsiveness of the aspirant to the coming in of the new age. In thisMagic, 622:response is colored by the personality of the aspirant and tinctured with his pride, and hisMagic, 622:real. Steps are taken which are intended by the aspirant to enable him to fit in with the plan. ButMagic, 622:tragedy is that many others suffer besides the aspirant concerned. As the human fabric makes itselfMagic, 623:it certain dangers. The ordinary well-meaning aspirant is not in such danger as the more advancedMagic, 624:according to the point of development of the aspirant to service. He is either, through the strain,Magic, 625:and no one is exempt from influence. For the aspirant and for the disciple there are two kinds ofMagic, 626:the daily life [626] and by the refusal of the aspirant to accord them any recognition. The firstMagic, 630:of God. But what of the two fears with which the aspirant has peculiar concern? What of the fear ofMagic, 631:wrong motives and to believe evil, then the true aspirant refuses to be swayed and goes serenely onMagic, 638:Helpers through the increased vibration of the aspirant and not through a specific knowledge of theMagic, 638:light, it is known and recorded, and the aspirant is rewarded by increased opportunity to serve hisMagic, 638:Most of the points that concern the work of the aspirant today I have considered earlier in thisMeditation, 3:and emotional planes; hence the struggle for the aspirant to purify and discipline the physicalMeditation, 20:Hence the necessity in the life of the aspirant or disciple for frequent change, and theMeditation, 60:and fundamental principles, and then leave the aspirant to work out for himself the pointsMeditation, 61:rules. Let me give a few preliminary hints: The aspirant seeks daily a quiet spot where he can beMeditation, 61:so eliminate a long preliminary keying up. The aspirant composes himself to a position in which heMeditation, 61:the spine. In intensest meditation or when the aspirant is very proficient and the centers rapidlyMeditation, 62:and the hands folded in the lap. Then let the aspirant note if his breathing is regular, steady andMeditation, 73:that they should. It develops normally if the aspirant himself - as a totality - progresses asMeditation, 77:lies insanity and fell disease. If the aspirant but seeks spiritual development, if he but aims atMeditation, 82:- all these things characterize the life of the aspirant or the disciple. What causes this and whyMeditation, 82:the fourth (for on the fourth the life of the aspirant starts) has to be dominated. Each center hasMeditation, 83:its vitalization by fire, and enables the aspirant to work in line with the law. This unfoldment ofMeditation, 85:When the Sacred Word is intoned by the average aspirant, it carries force through all the innerMeditation, 133:are but a few of the dangers encircling the aspirant, and I hint at them solely for the purpose ofMeditation, 144:and who works for what is good for himself. The aspirant is aiming at something different; he seeksMeditation, 209:the force of the Dark Brotherhood. With them the aspirant to the Path of Light has naught to do.Meditation, 264:be mastered, and never comes the point where the aspirant (be he an average man, an initiate, aMeditation, 265:increased comprehension, rewards the struggling aspirant in adequate fashion... Tomorrow we willMeditation, 293:the Masters via Meditation 5. Through Sound the Aspirant is aware of Success This fifth method isMeditation, 293:of the doorkeeper responding to the would be aspirant to the mysteries of the group. When the workMeditation, 294:group. When the work [294] is properly done, the aspirant will sound the admission word in his ownMeditation, 337:every sound causes it to vibrate unless the aspirant inhibits such a state of affairs and trains itMeditation, 337:via the atomic subplane. The aim of the aspirant should be to so train the emotional body that itMeditation, 338:In several ways, some at the direction of the aspirant, and some at the direction of the Master. ByMeditation, 338:wise to begin at the bottom of the ladder. Each aspirant must discover for himself wherein heMeditation, 340:then applies the fire that solidifies, so the aspirant shapes and moulds and builds, and preparesMeditation, 349:between the two. It is built by the aspirant himself in mental matter. Ashram The center to whichPatanjali, 10:or buddhic monadic to the heart of the aspirant b. Mental spiritual or atmic logoic to the head ofPatanjali, 10:spiritual or atmic logoic to the head of the aspirant The student is therefore given the WORD ofPatanjali, 11:for the more detailed instruction to follow. The aspirant faces his problem, the clue to itsPatanjali, 20:stages to be found between these extremes. The aspirant has to guard himself in order that he mayPatanjali, 20:illusion!" Herein lies a hint to the earnest aspirant. That thought form created by a man since hisPatanjali, 21:no real existence once there is nothing in the aspirant to feed it, and the realization of thisPatanjali, 27:knowledge of the soul entails will carry the aspirant with sufficient steadiness toward his goal.Patanjali, 27:most earnestly desired (or loved) before the aspirant will make that sufficiently strong effortPatanjali, 30:the concretion of the longing and desire of the aspirant for rest, peace and happiness. It is basedPatanjali, 33:to Whose state of development he aspires. As the aspirant chooses with care the "objects" uponPatanjali, 34:display of energy. This realization carries the aspirant onward to a knowledge of that part in thePatanjali, 35:four stages of meditation upon an object, the aspirant arrives at his goal, knowledge of the soul,Patanjali, 36:reach the mind via the senses. When the aspirant to yoga can control his organs of sense-perceptionPatanjali, 36:is an attitude of one-pointed concentration. The aspirant is, however, responsive to impressionsPatanjali, 37:in sutras seventeen and eighteen only carry the aspirant to the edge of the realm of the soul, toPatanjali, 38:some translators as the condition in which the aspirant becomes aware "of the rain cloud ofPatanjali, 40:a condition analogous to the belief of the aspirant in the soul or Christ aspect, only in this casePatanjali, 42:of the stages and grades there comes to the aspirant, not only an understanding of what is hisPatanjali, 43:strong, unswerving endurance will carry the aspirant along this path and out into the clear lightPatanjali, 44:intense adoration and entire consecration the aspirant arrives at a knowledge of the reality ofPatanjali, 57:here. Enough has been given to indicate to the aspirant its purpose and potency. There will have toPatanjali, 59:if only in a relatively small degree, before the aspirant can become an accepted disciple. ThePatanjali, 60:results of his soul's activity. Later when the aspirant has passed on into the mysteries and hasPatanjali, 60:of his power becomes increasingly felt, and the aspirant submits his entire lower nature to thePatanjali, 61:with Krishna, the soul, heartening Arjuna, the aspirant, on to steady and continuous effort. ThePatanjali, 63:fire. Only when the entire relation of the aspirant to the social economy (as dealt with in thePatanjali, 63:brought about and right poise achieved, can the aspirant to Raja Yoga safely proceed to the morePatanjali, 66:recognition and the inner aspiration. The aspirant has been told what he has to do, the "means ofPatanjali, 71:be called "the unregenerated mental" nature. The aspirant has a perception of what might be, thoughPatanjali, 72:is required. It would be wise here, if the aspirant to yoga [73] would note that there are sevenPatanjali, 73:through the mind, will suffice to bring the aspirant out of darkness into light and to lead himPatanjali, 79:this sutra is found in the word detachment. The aspirant (as he makes his sense contacts andPatanjali, 79:upon the palate sight pictures, visions. The aspirant must not literalise these things nor seekPatanjali, 80:great aspects manifesting as the seven. As the aspirant therefore assumes the position of the rulerPatanjali, 82:centers beyond indicating the following: The aspirant may regard each center symbolically as aPatanjali, 83:and He reveals Himself in the light. The aspirant has therefore to become aware cf the "point ofPatanjali, 84:a road which must be travelled should the aspirant seek to arrive at his goal. The first thingPatanjali, 85:westerner and this must be fully grasped by the aspirant. To the oriental, the deepest dreamPatanjali, 112:gives the rules which must be followed if the aspirant hopes to achieve, and which indicates thosePatanjali, 112:The objective has been dealt with in Book I. The aspirant naturally says on concluding Book I, "howPatanjali, 125:Thus the sutra under consideration takes the aspirant into the most practical part of life; itPatanjali, 129:of form itself, avidya or ignorance. The aspirant is reminded right at the beginning of his
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