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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - DISCIPLE
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Discipleship2, 374:energy to be used is not the energy which the disciple himself generates or his own life force, butDiscipleship2, 375:most potent energy can only be employed when the disciple has earned the right to certainDiscipleship2, 376:It concerns the first contact of the initiated disciple with the energy emanating from ShamballaDiscipleship2, 377:with its phenomena. But the initiate-disciple receives an unique revelation and an appliedDiscipleship2, 377:the man who is seeking liberation. What can the disciple, therefore, do to make the astral planeDiscipleship2, 378:than are those which the average aspirant and disciple regard as astounding revelations. TheirDiscipleship2, 379:activity. Through those revelations the initiate-disciple becomes aware of the task which he mustDiscipleship2, 381:arise. Can, for instance, the faults of a disciple keep the group back from initiation? The answerDiscipleship2, 383:initiation to be undergone is known only to the disciple and his Master; it is of no interest toDiscipleship2, 383:of Transfiguration. Then and only then does the disciple-initiate pass into the Ashram of theDiscipleship2, 383:with the seven major Ashrams. If he is a disciple in the Ashram of a Master who is on one of theDiscipleship2, 384:is given solely to the concept of Hierarchy. The disciple is not, at this time, occupied with theDiscipleship2, 385:All the initiatory processes through which the disciple must pass are primarily concerned with theDiscipleship2, 385:thought demonstrates as the will-to-good. The disciple's progress from one initiation to anotherDiscipleship2, 385:stage by stage, initiation by initiation, the disciple arrives at an understanding of redemption.Discipleship2, 388:of direction in time and space. Hint VI. - The disciple must recognize the hint which is related toDiscipleship2, 389:revelation [389] which will be in order for the disciple in training; through hints he sows theDiscipleship2, 389:the seed of revelation, but it remains for the disciple to discover that which the hint is intendedDiscipleship2, 389:It is exhausting to the personality of the disciple, but it is of no service unless the personalityDiscipleship2, 389:almost despair when the revelation fades and the disciple finds that he must walk again in theDiscipleship2, 390:of the soul. In so far, therefore, as a disciple is in contact with the soul and is becoming aDiscipleship2, 390:Plan. The apprehension of this Plan by the disciple will necessarily vary according to theDiscipleship2, 390:disciple will necessarily vary according to the disciple's point in evolution. In the very earlyDiscipleship2, 390:(when it is a factual experience) enables the disciple to see the Plan from the angle of the AshramDiscipleship2, 390:clarity; finally, there comes the time when the disciple arrives at the very heart of things and isDiscipleship2, 390:First of all it should be realized that the disciple, under the Law, has to master the technique ofDiscipleship2, 391:number. It is this art of compromise which the disciple has to learn, for little is gained by theDiscipleship2, 391:values. The compromise to be established by the disciple lies between the recognition of the stageDiscipleship2, 391:value to the ashram of a trained and functioning disciple lies in his ability to "see with theDiscipleship2, 391:the eternal Plan; to this must be added the disciple's understanding of the civilization and theDiscipleship2, 391:and the senior initiates work with souls. When a disciple is a truly soul-infused personality, heDiscipleship2, 392:be said that the spiritual compromise of the disciple (working with the Plan) transforms the basicDiscipleship2, 392:tinctured with the quality which the working disciple believes will make the best appeal to theDiscipleship2, 393:is gained through experiment and experience. The disciple or aspirant works always in the dark,Discipleship2, 394:personality; it is true also of the working disciple, seeking knowledge and wisdom as he works outDiscipleship2, 395:the aspirant transforms himself into the working disciple and is gradually absorbed into the ranksDiscipleship2, 395:significance. One of the first things which a disciple has to learn is correct timing, both asDiscipleship2, 395:learn, particularly during the stage wherein the disciple can be easily swayed by impulsive,Discipleship2, 395:have undue and too powerful an effect upon the disciple. Once, however, he can think of events asDiscipleship2, 396:and the planes as states of consciousness. The disciple then begins to study himself in relation toDiscipleship2, 396:They can be studied in two ways by the disciple (and it is for disciples I write): As indicatingDiscipleship2, 396:love can make an impact upon the receptive disciple. As indicating (again in time and space) theDiscipleship2, 396:in which the energies, manipulated by the disciple, must go as he learns to cooperate with, andDiscipleship2, 396:and not the negative aspect of these words. The disciple moves always in a world of energies; theyDiscipleship2, 396:are determined by the time factor with which the disciple [397] must familiarize himself. On theDiscipleship2, 397:hand, the process is reversed at times. The disciple learns to use energies - located and found byDiscipleship2, 400:third eye (in its initiatory function) is to the disciple of the third degree of initiation. TheDiscipleship2, 401:an abstract, mystical process to [401] which the disciple is subjected upon some one or other ofDiscipleship2, 406:which confers potency in the life of each disciple and initiate. 1. The Kingdom of God or of Souls,Discipleship2, 411:deeply hidden truth, and it is for this that the disciple must search. This is, curiously enough, aDiscipleship2, 411:earlier given as follows: Hint Six. "The modern disciple must recognize the hint which is relatedDiscipleship2, 411:past, it was the Master who succinctly gave the disciple the hint which he deemed appropriate toDiscipleship2, 411:immediate need. Decisions as to the need of a disciple are based on his soul-fusion and upon theDiscipleship2, 411:time, which may be calling imperatively for the disciple's service. The hint given was usuallyDiscipleship2, 411:given was usually removed from all context; the disciple had to recognize it for what it was, andDiscipleship2, 412:has proved too simple and elementary; the modern disciple did not profit by the single mentalDiscipleship2, 412:too easy and did not constitute a test of the disciple's intuition. When this was grasped, theDiscipleship2, 414:in the three worlds, thus enabling the disciple to become a soul-infused personality and thusDiscipleship2, 414:evolution can be reached unconsciously and the disciple is frequently not truly aware of what heDiscipleship2, 414:of knowledge and of realization are given. The disciple then passes through the stage wherein heDiscipleship2, 414:hierarchical activity is applied to the modern disciple. Being naturally a mental type, he isDiscipleship2, 415:factors must, therefore, be borne in mind if the disciple is to be sure of the ground upon which heDiscipleship2, 416:Others concern the service to which the pledged disciple is committed by his soul and which hisDiscipleship2, 416:are found upon the Antahkarana." It took the disciple a full two years to arrive at the hiddenDiscipleship2, 416:the particular initiatory process with which the disciple is faced. It [417] is for that reasonDiscipleship2, 420:does the Master look before he presents his disciple to the Initiator? Are these marks to be seenDiscipleship2, 422:aspects of intelligence, love and will, the disciple or initiate has been creating the instrumentDiscipleship2, 422:A Treatise on Cosmic Fire. As a human being, the disciple was ruled and conditioned by the cosmicDiscipleship2, 422:law. Later, after the fourth initiation, the disciple comes [423] increasingly under the Law ofDiscipleship2, 430:consideration: that of yourself, the individual disciple, and that of the group of which you shouldDiscipleship2, 430:them. What penetrates? Or into what do you, as a disciple, seek to penetrate? Where are youDiscipleship2, 431:This initiatory penetration is achieved by the disciple through reflective meditation, theDiscipleship2, 431:with the exception of the first initiation. The disciple (as the Scriptures put it) "takes theDiscipleship2, 431:"polarizes" the energies of the "penetrating" disciple and "precipitates" them through his vehicleDiscipleship2, 431:or Purpose of divinity. The stage wherein the disciple is demonstrating the subjective fact that heDiscipleship2, 432:is responsible. The moment, therefore, that a disciple enters upon the Path of Initiation, he is -Discipleship2, 432:and a consequent spiritual stability. The disciple has to effect the stage of penetration alone andDiscipleship2, 432:which a relation is set up between the initiate-disciple [433] and the Initiator. The InitiatorDiscipleship2, 443:the initiate Paul expressed it), the life of the disciple does not stand still but inevitably - ifDiscipleship2, 443:revelation to revelation. But for the pledged disciple, such as you are, this revelation is notDiscipleship2, 446:words embody one of the first lessons which a disciple has to master, as you well know. TheDiscipleship2, 446:different matters, my brother. How can you, as a disciple, decide what you are doing and know yourDiscipleship2, 447:knowledge, alone and unaided. Decisions which a disciple has to make are based upon various urges,Discipleship2, 449:approach to life, to work and to all you do as a disciple coming forth from my Ashram. This willDiscipleship2, 449:has your attention been, having in mind that a disciple's focus is frequently in one place whilstDiscipleship2, 451:That is not a problem which confronts you, my disciple. For you the "lesson of the interludes" isDiscipleship2, 452:in process of learning them as a soul and as a disciple, and for the remainder of your life theyDiscipleship2, 454:to you the lines along which your service, as a disciple in my Ashram, should proceed. You haveDiscipleship2, 456:serenity and foresight. The dual life of a disciple (covering personality obligations and theDiscipleship2, 456:frictions which (from the angle of the observing disciple) seem to mar the picture. At intervals -Discipleship2, 456:of the general structure of service which the disciple is creating and the extension of his lightDiscipleship2, 456:of thought and action and speech which the disciple is rapidly overcoming. We are only interestedDiscipleship2, 457:aid (to the utmost of your ability) your brother disciple, F.C.D., whose rays are closely alliedDiscipleship2, 459:You can (on your own and as [459] an accepted disciple) seek entrance into the life of the AshramDiscipleship2, 461:to you, because you are a tried and trusty disciple. Before you can take the initiation for whichDiscipleship2, 465:your active position as a pledged initiate-disciple (a position which your co-disciples have everDiscipleship2, 465:immediate experience... Though you are a trained disciple of K.H., you are still working in myDiscipleship2, 470:were, but that there was no need to ask a disciple always to drink the cup of sacrifice to its veryDiscipleship2, 471:years of great stress and strain for you. Every disciple in these troubled times carries threeDiscipleship2, 471:are the stresses and the strains incident to the disciple's family life or his immediate daily
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