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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - DISCIPLE
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Astrology, 514:ruling, will convey the destiny of the [514] disciple. As I told you, the disciple will later beAstrology, 514:of the [514] disciple. As I told you, the disciple will later be responding to the influences ofAstrology, 514:superimposed upon each other, the problem of the disciple in any one incarnation will appear. IfAstrology, 525:unavoidable destiny. The aim of the individual disciple is to handle the forces which play throughAstrology, 540:changes in all forms are made and on which the disciple must firmly stand as he takes initiation.Astrology, 542:for initiation, the initiation of the world disciple. Great is your privilege to be taking part inAstrology, 547:in order to stage the testings of the world disciple and to this end brings in the potency ofAstrology, 547:the death of forms must eventuate leaving the disciple free; the dissolution of old groupAstrology, 550:as well as over the destiny of the individual disciple. You have therefore an expression of theAstrology, 554:the life of the man who is first a probationary disciple and then an accepted or pledged disciple.Astrology, 554:disciple and then an accepted or pledged disciple. It is outstandingly the Cross of the soul. TheAstrology, 560:crucifixion," the Fixed Cross of the pledged disciple. The symbol of the Fixed Cross (as far asAstrology, 562:Cross has been accomplished, the acquiescing disciple passes onto the Fixed Cross and prepares forAstrology, 570:then true evocation [570] takes place and the disciple (for such the man now is) mounts the FixedAstrology, 570:Fixed Cross. The above is true of the individual disciple and also today of humanity as a whole,Astrology, 573:themselves fully through an individual disciple and through the Hierarchy, produces likewise threeAstrology, 573:There arises in the consciousness of the disciple a vision of the "endless Way of which Nirvana isAstrology, 574:Experience upon the Fixed Cross integrates the disciple into the second planetary Center which weAstrology, 613:Some understanding of this will come if the disciple will consider what fixed aspiration, a visionAstrology, 616:though it will be obvious that only the pledged disciple in preparation for initiation can begin toAstrology, 618:subject to its own inherent purpose. When the disciple or the initiate can stand also at the centerAstrology, 677:hidden in these five (spiritual man, aspirant, disciple, initiate and adept) and in the BiblicalAutobiography, 37:on the part of a Master is only possible when a disciple is also willing never to avail himself ofAutobiography, 40:world, the spiritual realm, the aspiring disciple, the evolving animal and the beauty of theAutobiography, 83:looked and acted like a saint and probably was a disciple. Again I was faced with the same problemAutobiography, 89:to do. The Masters never do. They never tell a disciple what to do or where to go, or how to handleAutobiography, 142:was no longer an isolated, deserted, struggling disciple, sure of nothing and with nothing to do asAutobiography, 155:to understand that you believe yourself to be a disciple?" For the first time in my life I was upAutobiography, 158:statement that no one in the world could be a disciple of the Masters of the Wisdom unless they hadAutobiography, 158:time except to Foster Bailey. I knew I was a disciple of the Master K.H. and had been as long as IAutobiography, 163:exception) is very dangerous. The aspirant or disciple is never supposed to be an automaton. He isAutobiography, 166:with Him, while working as a senior disciple in the ashram of my own Master. Autobiography, 192:out in His books is a false one. As a trained disciple I may know more than the average reader butAutobiography, 196:purpose and whether one is a probationer or a disciple one is still a spiritually oriented humanAutobiography, 236:H.P.B. stated that in the 20th century a disciple would come who would give information concerningAutobiography, 238:the five initiations as outlined for the Eastern disciple. Both these books have a definite bearingAutobiography, 240:permit a much greater freedom to the individual disciple than do the rules so well known in theAutobiography, 240:in the past. No obedience is today exacted. The disciple is regarded as an intelligent agent and isAutobiography, 240:he sees best. No secrecy is enjoined because no disciple is admitted into an Ashram or into a placeAutobiography, 240:disciplines are no longer obligatory. The modern disciple, intelligent, loving and serving, isAutobiography, 241:the purpose of the soul and the way which the disciple must tread. He also gives the fourteen rulesAutobiography, 248:has never claimed to be more than a working disciple, occupied with world work (which no one canAutobiography, 248:has reiterated again and again that the word "disciple" is the legitimate and non-controversialAutobiography, 248:workers in the Hierarchy from the probationary disciple, loosely affiliated with certain disciplesAutobiography, 249:in the Ashram of her own Master - the work of a disciple. Autobiography, 255:(as did her own Master) that her major duty as a disciple was to familiarize the public with theAutobiography, 256:attention to themselves. To be a probationary disciple, one can be a devotee and then the emphasisAutobiography, 256:of brotherhood and human need. To be an accepted disciple, working directly under the Masters andAutobiography, 257:knows that the work of the Master is to put a disciple in touch with the plan and that the discipleAutobiography, 257:a disciple in touch with the plan and that the disciple then goes out and, on his own initiativeAutobiography, 257:but not to the individual - be he a Master or a disciple. They care nothing for personal loyaltiesAutobiography, 264:the respect and the intuitive response of the disciple. The teacher of the future will simply pointAutobiography, 264:simply point the Way, tread the Way with the disciple, and emphasize the ancient rules but withAutobiography, 265:then be ready. The higher consciousness of the disciple will be evoked and trained. He will beAutobiography, 266:and builds the type of body, required by the disciple when he starts true esoteric work. ThisAutobiography, 266:with more esoteric values. They train the disciple to work as a soul in the three worlds andAutobiography, 266:him to work in a Master's group as a pledged disciple. Most of the schools, which belong to the oldAutobiography, 267:a fixed determination to merit the title of "disciple" and so be able, some day, to say, "I knowAutobiography, 267:or Ashram of a Master. Just as the individual disciple is taught to regard himself as a channel forAutobiography, 267:conditioned and impressed by the Master, as the disciple is by his soul. Such a group is,Autobiography, 267:of service and of experience. This enables the disciple to make a complete approach to humanity andAutobiography, 267:to humanity is taught and not the need for the disciple to be in touch with a Master, as is theAutobiography, 268:[268] the quality of the service rendered by the disciple to his fellowmen. This is a point oftAutobiography, 268:conscious activity. That of the outer world. The disciple is taught to live normally, practically,Autobiography, 268:or a crank. That of the world of meaning. The disciple is taught the why and the wherefore ofAutobiography, 268:of the soul in its own world. This makes the disciple a channel for divine love, for the nature ofAutobiography, 268:the Hierarchy. 4. An esoteric school trains the disciple in group work. He learns to relinquishAutobiography, 268:to the mental analysis and interpretation of the disciple. The disciple who (working under some oneAutobiography, 268:analysis and interpretation of the disciple. The disciple who (working under some one of, the [269]Autobiography, 269:good intention. It indicates that he is not a disciple, charged with the work of the Hierarchy. 6.Autobiography, 269:one in which the rounded-out development of the disciple receives attention. Character-building andAutobiography, 269:is regarded as the personal problem of the disciple and not that of the teacher and the group.Autobiography, 269:development is emphasized in order that the disciple may be intelligent, analytical (but notAutobiography, 269:school is, therefore, a medium through which the disciple's life-focus becomes that of the soul;Autobiography, 270:in playing the difficult, dual role of the disciple. This is to live as a soul in the life of everyAutobiography, 270:right progress is to be made. Step by step the disciple is led forward along the Path until theAutobiography, 270:is not formed because some Master orders a disciple to form one. The disciple who starts such aAutobiography, 270:some Master orders a disciple to form one. The disciple who starts such a school of preparatoryAutobiography, 270:a conscious worker, well aware of his duty as a disciple, in touch with his soul and increasinglyAutobiography, 271:of a well-intentioned aspirant and the trained disciple. The world is full of organizations withAutobiography, 271:but he does not found an esoteric school. A disciple becomes the center of a vital, radiating groupAutobiography, 271:of the group steadily increases until the disciple finds himself responsible for a group ofAutobiography, 272:The [272] difference between the trained disciple and the beginner is that the latter has a littleAutobiography, 272:than it is. He then over-estimates himself. The disciple, however, sees a vast vision and knows howAutobiography, 272:the true esoteric school is ever started by a disciple and that it is his attempt at service andAutobiography, 272:and not the field of expression of a Master. The disciple - and not the Master - is solelyAutobiography, 272:or determine issues. Just in so far as the disciple-leader is consciously and humbly in touch withAutobiography, 272:from the leader to the Master. The disciple makes his own decisions, trains his own helpers,Autobiography, 272:given to the students. The more advanced the disciple, the less will he speak of his Master and theAutobiography, 274:by the more powerful and more disinterested disciple. The general public becomes aware of the newAutobiography, 274:of esotericism for beginners, the work of a disciple who is learning to be a teacher, and the workAutobiography, 276:world) becomes the practical interest of the disciple. As he establishes right relations withAutobiography, 276:man is living successfully the dual life of the disciple: right relation to the world of souls andAutobiography, 276:subjects. 1. The Science of Impression. The disciple is taught to be sensitive to "impressions"Autobiography, 277:Science of At-one-ment. By means of this, the disciple is taught integration and coordination,Autobiography, 277:and point of development of the individual disciple. The various grades in the Hierarchy areAutobiography, 277:as Head of the Hierarchy, is studied. Thus the disciple has a clear picture of the inner groupAutobiography, 277:are gradually mastered and by its means the disciple is taught the right use of the mind, rightAutobiography, 277:Laws of the Spiritual World are studied and the disciple learns to apply the laws to himself, toAutobiography, 278:of the student invoked. Later, when the disciple becomes an active conscious part of the Hierarchy,
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