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Rays, 268:active at this time; He works through the Christ [269] and the Lord of the second ray, drawing theRays, 277:its presence felt. The words "the fellowship of Christ" indicate the emergence of this conceptRays, 289:this significance upon the consciousness of the Christ - a consciousness enlightened, purified andRays, 289:In the hierarchical stage of development which Christ had attained and which made Him the Head ofRays, 290:lies here. This high point of attainment of the Christ - as related in the Gospel story - wasRays, 290:event and spiritual crisis in the life of the Christ (taking place as He over-shadowed HisRays, 290:within the Hierarchy and - focusing through the Christ - the synthesis which is beginning to beRays, 291:effect in [291] the consciousness of the Christ and led Him to know much that had hitherto beenRays, 291:the Masters and to the Master of Them all, the Christ. But a further "knowing" lay ahead of evenRays, 291:which constituted the unfolding awareness of the Christ upon the Way of the Higher Evolution.Rays, 296:than with carefully formulated theologies. Christ expressed in Himself and refrained from puttingRays, 296:Church, men have expressed themselves, not the Christ; they have imposed their interpretations ofRays, 296:expressed through the creative activity of the Christ spirit through the medium of the worldRays, 296:expression of hierarchical truth - of which the Christ today is the symbol and exponent. NeophytesRays, 296:and aspirants have "touched" that for which the Christ stood, and have then attempted to imposeRays, 301:all applicants the call has gone out to see the Christ as He is, in order (as The New TestamentRays, 301:of all spiritual workers, the nature of the Christ consciousness which knows no separation, whichRays, 311:therefore is working in the Department of the Christ, he will use the will through the medium ofRays, 312:and his profound conviction of the fact of the Christ in the heart; it is at the same time coupledRays, 313:has known that he is essentially the indwelling Christ, and the attainment of the ChristRays, 313:the indwelling Christ, and the attainment of the Christ consciousness has been and will be hisRays, 313:it symbolically, I would say that the soul, the Christ (after the first initiation), knows that theRays, 313:knows that the inevitable processes of Christ-expression on Earth have been started and that theRays, 313:that the attainment of "the full-grown man in Christ" cannot be arrested. The center of interestRays, 313:story four recorded moments in the life of the Christ wherein this process of development withinRays, 314:Commentary expresses it. The exclamation of the Christ, "Father, not my will, but Thine be done,"Rays, 314:Students would do well to bear in mind that the Christ never underwent the Crucifixion subsequentRays, 315:lay behind Him in the experience of the Christ. The episode of renunciation was a high point in theRays, 315:of the Master Jesus. The final words of the Christ to His apostles, gathered together in the upperRays, 317:applied also to the physical resurrection of the Christ after he supposedly died upon the Cross.Rays, 317:and it is to this condition of awareness that Christ attained when He functioned as a World SaviorRays, 318:death, symbolized for us in the death of the Christ, and much distorted for us by St. Paul in hisRays, 318:in his effort to blend the new religion which Christ gave us with the old blood religion of theRays, 318:the future will be upon the "livingness of the Christ nature" - the proof of which will be theRays, 318:nature" - the proof of which will be the Risen Christ - and upon the use of the will invoking thisRays, 327:Way. Then - if he chooses the Path that the Christ chose (and there is no reason that he should) -Rays, 328:may be revealed to the Master and to the Christ as They tread the Way which leads Them off theRays, 333:well-nigh over and the hour of the birth of the Christ as an expression of the fourth kingdom inRays, 333:form may be "in labor" for much time, but the Christ will be born and the nature of the Christ andRays, 333:the Christ will be born and the nature of the Christ and His consciousness will permeate and colorRays, 335:Ashrams, thus enabling the entire Ashram of the Christ to lift itself on to a higher spiritualRays, 344:processes of initiation) into the Ashram of the Christ (the Hierarchy) until such time as he isRays, 354:- the Master Jesus and the World Savior, the Christ - are implicated; two major happenings [355]Rays, 355:it is the One Who over-shadows Him, the Christ. It was the Master Jesus who "died" and entered intoRays, 355:in His hands. But in the Gospel story, it is the Christ Who is indicated as appearing after theRays, 355:in their implications, as indicated by: Christ walking with the two disciples on the road to EmmausRays, 355:and matter, as embodied in a world Savior. Christ appearing to the disciples in the upper room,Rays, 356:but signifies the universal dissemination of the Christ consciousness throughout all time in theRays, 356:referring to the consciousness of the Christ, that nothing much is told us about these initiationsRays, 368:it will be found explanatory of much. Though the Christ is the Head of the Hierarchy, it is SanatRays, 368:Ancient of Days, Whose Ashram it truly is. The Christ (I am using one of His official names) isRays, 369:the personnel of the Hierarchy - including the Christ, the first of our humanity to achieveRays, 369:The three major Executives of the Hierarchy: The Christ, representing the second Ray ofRays, 370:on earth. Because the senior initiates, from the Christ down to initiates of the fourth degree, areRays, 374:think in terms of the Ashram - the Ashram of the Christ, representing Sanat Kumara. When he turnsRays, 375:magnetic power of the first ray to which the Christ referred when He said "I, if I be lifted upRays, 378:this energy, within the Hierarchy itself, is the Christ and His two Associates, the Manu and theRays, 379:area" of relationship for Sanat Kumara. The Christ, aided by the Manu and the Mahachohan, is theRays, 381:Their Paul to distort the truth, just as had the Christ, Their august Head today. The truth was farRays, 383:- the Ashram in which the Buddha and the Christ received Their initiations and through which eachRays, 385:the race of men" to achieve this point was the Christ; in that first great demonstration of HisRays, 385:of what was then a new type of initiation) the Christ was joined by the Buddha. The Buddha hadRays, 386:[386] were not then available, and He and the Christ took the initiation together. At thisRays, 386:of the Master, the Head of the Hierarchy, the Christ, took two initiations in one: the ResurrectionRays, 387:Council Chamber at Shamballa possible. When the Christ achieved this, He was deemed worthy ofRays, 389:into that "life more abundantly" of which Christ spoke; the origin and source of this more abundantRays, 390:and the still higher initiates, such as the Christ, can choose any Path which makes its appeal inRays, 398:time also, though [398] not for some time, the Christ will move forward "to the place which callsRays, 411:forth to our three Great Lords - the Manu, the Christ and the Mahachohan - via the three Buddhas ofRays, 415:was definitely focused in the Hierarchy, until Christ came and revealed the love of God toRays, 416:and the manasic permanent atom. Atma-Buddhi. The Christ and the Buddha. The above somewhatRays, 434:consciousness, until "the mind that is in Christ" becomes truly the mind of the initiate, with allRays, 436:taken the first initiation, the birth of the Christ in the cave of the heart. That they have takenRays, 437:[437] treading of the Way, by their love of the Christ - no matter by what name they may call Him -Rays, 441:which are nurtured from the Ashram of the Christ." I am here quoting one of the Masters Who wasRays, 441:the radiant Center of this solar Ashram, the Christ Himself, the first Initiator. [442] This innerRays, 455:not that it is the soul that is crucified. It is Christ Who "dies." It is not the man; it is notRays, 484:This simply connotes the birth of the infant Christ within the heart, speaking symbolically. ThereRays, 498:upon the need for the development of the Christ life, upon the mystical vision and upon philosophy.Rays, 499:following on a mental appreciation of the Christ principle and its deep expression in the life ofRays, 499:institutions throughout the world. The Christ spirit is expressively present, [500] and the failureRays, 500:of the love of God in its form of the spirit of Christ. Humanity in the mass has therefore reachedRays, 519:to grade in the Hierarchy of Liberation, of the Christ moving on into the Council Chamber ofRays, 520:of Initiation Elsewhere (The Reappearance of the Christ, Pages 157-158) I said that "The definitionRays, 521:Man, summarized for present day humanity in the Christ. Christ came to end the cycle of thisRays, 521:for present day humanity in the Christ. Christ came to end the cycle of this emotional approachRays, 521:time. The achieving of the perfection of the Christ-consciousness became the emphasized goal ofRays, 521:various aspects of a divine perfection which the Christ summarized in Himself. But He did far moreRays, 521:this fact or considered what lay beyond Christ, what was the nature of His [522] subjectiveRays, 522:Figure to the Reality which He represents. This Christ Himself foresaw as a possibility, and soughtRays, 522:In the early stages of the unfoldment of the Christ consciousness and in the attainment of theRays, 523:Evolution and to follow in the footsteps of the Christ. He was the first of our planetary humanityRays, 523:greater goal further on ahead - called by the Christ "the Father's House." At the fourth initiationRays, 524:symbolically speaking) to meet that need. The Christ, at that time over-shadowing His greatRays, 524:Master Jesus took the fourth initiation and the Christ took the sixth initiation. The Master JesusRays, 524:experience of the Lighted Way, whilst the Christ made that final effort which enabled Him entirelyRays, 524:and Evocation entered a new phase when Christ came and presented Himself before humanity; He thenRays, 524:and the attainment of all knowledge and wisdom. Christ, in opening this "greater door beyond theRays, 527:achievements of the mystic way. Then came the Christ and performed a triple work: He opened theRays, 527:of Whom Shri Krishna was the greatest. The Christ completed the work of the Buddha by manifesting
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