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

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Magic, 354:Back of them stand the still more advanced - the aspirants, probationers and disciples of theMagic, 354:the redemption. Personalities must be submerged. Aspirants must live harmlessly in thought and wordMagic, 362:over to the other side and a fresh band of aspirants will follow in your footsteps. The training ofMagic, 364:hold us back from solar knowledge and life. For aspirants who have not even a knowledge of whatMagic, 395:point should be here noted and upon this point aspirants should exercise care. The usualMagic, 398:yoga was initiated for the training of the aspirants at that time. A physical plane replica (as farMagic, 402:rely. They had, in connection with these aspirants, two problems: They had to deal with the failureMagic, 404:and should be held as the goal before all aspirants. With the exception of probationary disciplesMagic, 419:with the details of the personality lives of the aspirants they seek to inspire. This is a basicMagic, 419:rule and will serve to eliminate many worthy aspirants from this group of world servers now inMagic, 419:rule many out. Again, the young and promising aspirants must be sought out and carefully inculcatedMagic, 449:Yet one of the main necessities before occult aspirants at this time is to endeavor to think inMagic, 456:There is the Book of Divine Wisdom, read by aspirants of all degrees, sometimes called the Book ofMagic, 459:precipitation goes forward when disciples and aspirants are the recipients. These latter, in theirMagic, 459:seek to impress and guide the lesser workers and aspirants, who, karmatically or by choice, lieMagic, 461:- Rule Eleven - Analysis of the Three Sentences Aspirants, group leaders and thinkers in all partsMagic, 462:and for the furthering of the Plan, if the aspirants and disciples of the world will shoulder theirMagic, 467:are skipped and overlooked. We, who work with aspirants, smile oft at the foolishness and lack ofMagic, 480:suggestion, and to indicate ideas which aspirants everywhere would do well to grasp. The thought ofMagic, 481:Salvation from our Thought-Forms I speak now for aspirants, who, through concentration andMagic, 482:women in every field of human endeavor, of the aspirants and disciples, of the initiates who soundMagic, 483:faults. Were he free, he would be an adept. All aspirants are still selfish, still prone to temperMagic, 503:a new meaning to much work now being done by all aspirants. The Elder Brothers of the race who haveMagic, 503:training now suggested to earnest and sincere aspirants, there are other objectives than just theMagic, 527:peace and quiescence, and can be impressed; aspirants and disciples represent those brain cellsMagic, 538:all lives that he contacts, be they his fellow aspirants, or an animal, or a flower. He will act asMagic, 543:are not those to which our question refers. All aspirants know, and down the ages have been taught,Magic, 548:This should be pondered on carefully by all aspirants. We have, consequently, with these four,Magic, 551:of the race begin with the mind aspect of aspirants. They emphasize that which will govern theMagic, 558:unselfish and spiritual, and in between, where aspirants are concerned, mixed in varying degree.Magic, 559:or has attempted to create. The secret for all aspirants is to cultivate the attitude of theMagic, 571:are awakened and which are dormant. This all aspirants have to grasp before they really can applyMagic, 580:the destruction of forms. With these, however, aspirants have naught to do. Their important work isMagic, 584:spirit but to the conditions of the Way itself. Aspirants must carefully bear this distinction inMagic, 586:and illumination. It is here that so many aspirants fail. They do not do the very best they know;Magic, 586:produces the greatest number of failures among aspirants to adeptship is cowardice. Men fail toMagic, 587:in connection with this treatise for aspirants and disciples, it must be carefully borne in mindMagic, 588:and it is with this stage that the bulk of the aspirants in the world today are engaged and withMagic, 590:not one to be deplored. Only one in a thousand aspirants is at the stage where he should begin toMagic, 593:if I might use such an inadequate term. Many aspirants feel convinced that they have raised theMagic, 594:and prolonged undeviating effort on the part of aspirants is rare indeed. It is indeed true that atMagic, 604:at [604] this time of the world history. Until aspirants have somewhat grasped it and can use it,Magic, 604:into three divisions and I do so in order that aspirants and chelas all over the world may beMagic, 604:First, there are the Organized Observers. These aspirants are learning to do two things. They areMagic, 609:a trained Observer. I commend these words to all aspirants. It is persistence in the attitude ofMagic, 618:real progress achieved. Many well-intentioned aspirants are prone to give undue time to theirMagic, 622:difficulties are presented. Through these aspirants we have to work, and the material they presentMagic, 635:the inner side and study the work of the world aspirants today see an almost pitiful distress ofMeditation, 68:out into manifestation of the inner groups of aspirants, pupils, disciples and initiates. GroupsMeditation, 71:aim. When your interest and the interest of all aspirants is sufficiently aroused naught can thenMeditation, 76:on the physical plane. It is not desirable for aspirants to focus their thought on any one center.Meditation, 132:field of the world. Wisely therefore have all aspirants been enjoined to study and work at theMeditation, 193:status, which is that of bands of earnest aspirants seeking illumination, to bands of workersMeditation, 349:to which the Master gathers the disciples and aspirants for personal instruction. Atma ThePatanjali, 45:later have to be remedied. Then there are those aspirants whose progress is less rapid, and who arePatanjali, 45:are detailed accounts of these three groups of aspirants and they are portrayed under threePatanjali, 45:The intense group are depicted as goats, and aspirants of this type are frequently found inPatanjali, 53:only in degree of realization. For instance: Aspirants to the Path are disciples of lesserPatanjali, 58:have made a conscious at-one-ment with the soul. Aspirants to this condition have to [59] utilizePatanjali, 62:obstacle has relation to the physical body. Aspirants would do well to remember this and shouldPatanjali, 63:46 to 48.) This is a point often forgotten by aspirants to yoga, and hence the disasters andPatanjali, 269:to that overcoming and the difference between aspirants to the path is made apparent in this sutra.Patanjali, 307:ahead. It is, however, of no present value; most aspirants are concerned with the solar plexus andPatanjali, 315:vision around the head of all advanced aspirants and disciples. Dvivedi also gives the samePatanjali, 361:the Path. These are the probationers, the aspirants Those whose intuition is awakening and whoPatanjali, 363:not applicable or appropriate to all types of aspirants. Men are found to exist in seven mainPatanjali, 379:study and teaching manual of even such advanced aspirants as the Masters of the Wisdom. These fivePatanjali, 380:and therefore are used by initiates and aspirants. Certainly, but not in the sense understood here,Problems, 159:lastly, there are the trained disciples and aspirants of the world who use certain forms of words,Psychology1, xvii:a book is written which is to be read by earnest aspirants: What line of instruction will carryPsychology1, xvii:formation and development of a band of pledged aspirants, trained to work together and to respondPsychology1, xviii:is a mistake to think that the Plan is to train aspirants to be sensitive to the vibration of aPsychology1, xviii:importance. It is for the purpose of training aspirants so that group awareness may be developedPsychology1, xviii:impartation of truth no imposition of authority. Aspirants must be left free to avail themselves ofPsychology1, xx:the Path involved. These two are especially for aspirants. [xxi] A Treatise on Cosmic Fire is in anPsychology1, xxi:unfoldment and his own personal fate, and all aspirants who become accepted disciples have toPsychology1, 10:know themselves to be in the rank and file of aspirants, but who possess the persistence which willPsychology1, 10:the testing going on inevitably among the aspirants and disciples at this time. This is not so muchPsychology1, 10:to tread the Path. It is applied because the aspirants own souls so ordained it, prior toPsychology1, 12:in his fourth book; the race, through its many aspirants, can today precipitate this "raincloud" soPsychology1, 16:more than a possibility), but because all aspirants and disciples and all initiates up to the thirdPsychology1, 41:has the following points, or appearances: Aspirants who are studying and training themselves toPsychology1, 59:purposes of Deity. As I write for simple aspirants, I cannot convey the truth until such time asPsychology1, 61:are working; but as this treatise is written for aspirants and disciples, and not for initiates ofPsychology1, 87:even when theoretically acknowledged by aspirants to initiation. Hence the importance ofPsychology1, 97:of rejoicing and of danger. All over the world aspirants are registering contacts hitherto unknown,Psychology1, 106:They do no personal work, leaving the many aspirants to the care of lesser initiates and chelas.Psychology1, 107:is, in his place, able to guide and help some aspirants. The world is full of teaching and of booksPsychology1, 107:and available now to all who earnestly seek it. Aspirants have much to work upon and much theory toPsychology1, 108:bulk of the communicators today (working through aspirants on the physical plane) are activePsychology1, 110:into touch with the forces of his environment. Aspirants should endeavor to make practicalPsychology1, 110:their own affair. But the value of any group of aspirants and disciples consists [111] in this:Psychology1, 113:of course a fact that there are today groups of aspirants receiving definite instruction, andPsychology1, 113:or satisfy the unstable personality. Training aspirants as to the technique of spiritual growth isPsychology1, 115:his emotional nature and his astral development. Aspirants learn to be master and adept by handlingPsychology1, 115:over-stimulate their lower natures. When will aspirants learn that the teachers and seniorPsychology1, 119:the carnal mind and the heavenly nature, and all aspirants who are occupied with an intelligentPsychology1, 156:preparing to climb the mountain of vision. If aspirants but realized the wonders of thatPsychology1, 171:closely and subjectively the senior disciples, aspirants and workers in the world. To this end, allPsychology1, 172:along the line of the first ray. Disciples and aspirants working in the field of organization, and
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